That’s the plan. I’ll report back when I have the new ones installed and a larger sample size to observe. Thanks!
Done. Good news, not-good news.
For a current picture, I now have 4 of these units added to my C7 hub.
I grabbed a 200W incandescent bulb (only ~$5!) and a socket-to-plug adapter from my local home center. I started with an known-good-for-power-reporting Jasco Zigbee receptacle to act as a control. That Jasco recept reported 204W from the bulb.
I then repeated the experiment with the 4 Legrand recepts that I have. All 4 Legrand recepts reported 21W back to the hub. (I'll just copy 1 of the log entries here, but all 4 look similar.)
@mike.maxwell , is this something that can be corrected in the Generic Zigbee Outlet driver?
Here's a shot of the device fingerprint if that helps any. Thanks!
I use '1 Watt' for all my Zigbee outlets just because I want to see the info. I believe the only consideration is radio/mesh traffic, but I'm happy to be corrected on that.
I can confirm the one I checked appears to be off by a factor of 10.
So... um, @mike.maxwell, does that "yes..." mean it WILL be corrected in the generic zigbee outlet driver?
I bought 6 of these - and they work great - but the scaling is the same as @JB_TX.