I recorded my TED meter last night just to watch the power levels. I've got a new meter on order that I can monitor on my phone, so I'll have a better system soon. The TED is reading the total house power draw. The CTs are right at the point where the feeder wires land in my main circuit breaker panel. Anyway, if you watch the video you see the power spikes to 77kW for almost 10 sec. I'm wondering if that is indicating a problem in my house wiring, in the charger on the Tesla, or its just a false reading from the TED? Opinions? The house draws less than a kw when the heat and AC are off (and no car is charging and water heater off). The 5kw reading at the beginning of the video is due mostly to the Tesla charging. I have a L2 charger and I set the current draw on the Tesla to 20 amps. The spike occurs when the house heat kicks on. I know motors have inrush current, but should a home heating system have that kind of inrush? I'm really puzzled if the 77kw is real or not.