Hello, I'm on my 3rd week of activated Solar and Powerwall 2.0
I have 16 Panels on the roof and 1 PowerWall 2.0
When using the Android Tesla app to monitor power flow, when I click on my home icon to view home energy draw/requirement I see HUGE pulsing spikes up to 9.4KWH with very short durations.
Is there a problem with the monitoring equipment?
Basically I do not see the Powerwall, the solar panels, OR the PG&E grid supplying any power to fulfill the requirement that house says it is drawing. This leads me to believe there is a measurement error in the hardware.
after looking at this for 2 weeks the high pulse trend seems to follow the solar production curve, but extends way beyond what my solar or Powerwall can deliver >9.4KWH and the utility is clearly not filling it up due to the graph I see from Grid usage.
it seems like it can be 3 things:
1. app has a bug
2. inverter hardware has an error or malfunction ?
3. My house has an AC problem, shorting etc ?? seems unlikely because the 3 power sources are not actually supplying anything close to the 9.4KWH demand that is being shown in the app.
here are some app screenshots I have takenhttps://photos.app.goo.gl/CdF6yFYWbmRjvmER2https://photos.app.goo.gl/aupx4bfkX4TYdoar8https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipOBOfRKuf9ggyR10oxNCGbXnw7HCV3kmI5CcsITImJ7Wtulbd4brp_O1HjoGhPkDg?key=ME5MbjZtT0l6dldBcjlzZzlFNTJlbXh4Vl91dF9Rhttps://photos.app.goo.gl/UxX62NUEOCSNOEem1https://photos.app.goo.gl/QwhpbtSqBieHMprB3
If the power draw being shown for the home in the app is real, I would think I would see an energy source or combination of sources being used to actually supply the demand.
is my hardware defective ?