I have a new installation of a 4 ton Series 7 system with Aurora Advanced Controls. The energy monitoring isn't even close to being accurate, and I'm looking for information on whether this is a problem with WaterFurnace in general, or an unusual situation with the equipment we have. I see a couple of current transducers (CTs) used in the system - one for the blower, and one for auxiliary heat. Don't see any transducers used to monitor the variable speed compressor nor for the loop pump. WaterFurnace shows 3 CTs in their documentation. I wouldn't think they would rely on a table lookup to approximate the compressor currents as current transducers are relatively cheap, and the board appears to be set up to handle additional CTs. WaterFurnace uses the Symphony platform to provide energy data. I have attached a table showing a few current readings I took at different compressor and blower speeds - Symphony reports the power (watts) used by the system, so I calculated the current using 240 vac - actual voltage is around 245 vac which makes the discrepancy worse. Anyone have any experience with the WaterFurnace energy monitoring? This shouldn't be a tough task to do - is this inaccuracy normal for WaterFurnace? Any insights would be appreciated.