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Square D Wiser Energy Smart Home Monitor $179/$229 Sense Rebrand @HomeDepot and Lowes

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HomeDepot.com and Lowes.com has the Square D Wiser Energy Smart Home Monitor for $179.00 or the Solar version (comes with 2 extra CT wires) for $229.00.

This is a rebrand of the Sense Home Energy monitor and uses the same app.

HomeDepot.com
Regular Version: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Squar.../309169110
Solar Version: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Squar.../309169207

Lowes.com
Regular Version: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Square-D...1000994534
Solar Version: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Square-D...1000994558

The solar version can also be used to monitor 2 individual circuits in addition to the whole house (if not used for solar). Examples include monitor your AC or Refrigerator/Freezer.

See more here: https://sense.com/
Regular price is $299/$349
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Good price. I only need the Solar Add-on and it's unfortunately not on sale.
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Good price. I only need the Solar Add-on and it's unfortunately not on sale.
Lowes has for $49...not much of a discount, but still on sale
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Square-D...1000994582
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Lowes has for $49...not much of a discount, but still on sale
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Square-D...1000994582
Considering it's $50 extra for the combo set, buying them separately is a good 2% savings.
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I've had one a Sense for a couple years. I would recommend it for the price for 2 total features if tracking overall consumption and alerts for specific devices. That said it can frustrating waiting 6+ months for the system to figure out a good amount of devices.
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Lowes has for $49...not much of a discount, but still on sale
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Square-D...1000994582
that's only the CT wires no device
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Never used one, how do you guys like it? Recommend?
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Never used one, how do you guys like it? Recommend?
Most everyone has the issue of waiting forever to detect, if it ever does... for what should be detected the first day.

By now, they should have perfected this, but no, just rebrand the same lackluster technology.

If also paying an electrician to install, this is an expensive toy that simply does not deliver... rebranding junk is still junk.
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Most everyone has the issue of waiting forever to detect, if it ever does... for what should be detected the first day.

By now, they should have perfected this, but no, just rebrand the same lackluster technology.

If also paying an electrician to install, this is an expensive toy that simply does not deliver... rebranding junk is still junk.
Can I identify a device myself if I know what it is?
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Can I identify a device myself if I know what it is?
No you can't, though they claim it's being beta tested. I didn't require an electrician to install, but am comfortable removing my panel cover. It has been worth it for me to track usage, and will be going solar soon so looking for the good comparison data there. It is quite random sometimes what it can figure out.
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No you can't, though they claim it's being beta tested. I didn't require an electrician to install, but am comfortable removing my panel cover. It has been worth it for me to track usage, and will be going solar soon so looking for the good comparison data there. It is quite random sometimes what it can figure out.
Wow thats a real bummer. If I walk around and turn on xbox, computer, fan, it should be able to identify it. From the looks of it it seems easy to install...I might try it out and return if it doesn't work out. Thanks for the feedback.
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Can I identify a device myself if I know what it is?
Sure, you can help it in setup if the tool itself has detected the usage, which is where the issue is. Detecting high energy usage like a stove, electric hot water heater, electric clothes dryer is easier for the monitor than detecting low amperage items.... especially intermittent use items like a garage door opener.

For a friend, I ran the garage door up and down for 10 minutes and still did not detect it.... which was one of the reasons they purchased it for. I finally flipped off all other breakers but the garage door circuit and voila! .... it found it. That was how I trained it for existing circuits one at a time. Anything plugged in later was basically useless unless you train it for that circuit in the same way by turning off all breakers but that one and walking around with a toaster that draws some amps. But then it would miss something later plugged in, like a radio turned on.... which is why maybe I should have started training for that individual circuit with a low amp device to see if it would find it.

It is definitely not plug and play....
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If you go to the site and click for a quote to install it's $150 + parts.
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Wow thats a real bummer. If I walk around and turn on xbox, computer, fan, it should be able to identify it. From the looks of it it seems easy to install...I might try it out and return if it doesn't work out. Thanks for the feedback.
I do agree that ToolDeals's method may work for some, but isn't feasible for others. It has never figured out my plug-in vehicle. The current ramps oddly, and no matter how many times I plug in it can't figure it out.

To be clear for your question, no, you can't specifically identify a peak and tell it what it is. You have to trick it into identifying it itself.
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Sure, you can help it in setup if the tool itself has detected the usage, which is where the issue is. Detecting high energy usage like a stove, electric hot water heater, electric clothes dryer is easier for the monitor than detecting low amperage items.... especially intermittent use items like a garage door opener.

For a friend, I ran the garage door up and down for 10 minutes and still did not detect it.... which was one of the reasons they purchased it for. I finally flipped off all other breakers but the garage door circuit and voila! .... it found it. That was how I trained it for existing circuits one at a time. Anything plugged in later was basically useless unless you train it for that circuit in the same way by turning off all breakers but that one and walking around with a toaster that draws some amps. But then it would miss something later plugged in, like a radio turned on.... which is why maybe I should have started training for that individual circuit with a low amp device to see if it would find it.

It is definitely not plug and play....
Wow. I definitely wouldn't have considered it from the regular price. I have few 3d printers and thinking of using it to monitor spike..thanks for sharing your experience. I'll have to think on this one
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