No. The channel will display the sum of all loads. Many times it is easy to distinguish which of the combined load is running. This can also be used strategically such as having a furnace and A/C unit on the same channel. Since the furnace blower is part of the A/C system, the combined loads would represent the total “cooling system” in the summer and electrical portion of “heating” in the winter. Using the engine software, the Heating can be assigned to a given virtual channel during the winter representing “Heating” then switched to a different virtual channel in the summer to represent “Cooling”.
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