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First post here, I used to visit and post on the google ecobee forum in the past.
I have two ecobee EB-STAT-02 that control my two geothermal heat pumps. The data logging and stats are great and I use them to fine tune the the schedules and temperatures. My geo is open loop, using the same well pump as for the rest of the house water, lawn sprinklers, etc. I was hoping to set up some sort of a monitoring device near the pressure switch that would let me know how often the well pump kicks in, how long, amps drawn, etc. I installed a cycle stop valve a few years ago, but without standing near the tank it's hard to say how well it's working. Are there any devices out there that would log the on/off cycles for a 220v pump? It would not need to be connected to ecobee, and wifi would definitely be nice too. I've seen power monitoring devices out there, but most just seem to track total power consumption, not on/off cycles. Thanks.