The graph function ''Wh'' is erratic as it devides the value in W by 60. When calculating Wh from Watt, you should multiply the value in W by ''1'' (hour) which gives the identical value, and is therefore not very useful.

The Wh unit is handy as it shows correct Wh no matter what chart you view.
I believe that on the Hour chart it divides by 60 because the resolution is 1 minute.
Likewise the Day chart is divided by 4 as the resolution is 15 minutes.
Saves you having to check or remember the resolution for the current chart and doing the division yourself.
You would only multiply the figure by 1 if either the resolution was one hour or the measured watts stayed constant for the entire hour.
I don't think Flukso has a chart with a one hour resolution.

The Wh unit is handy as it shows correct Wh no matter what chart you view.

I believe that on the Hour chart it divides by 60 because the resolution is 1 minute.

Likewise the Day chart is divided by 4 as the resolution is 15 minutes.

Saves you having to check or remember the resolution for the current chart and doing the division yourself.

You would only multiply the figure by 1 if either the resolution was one hour or the measured watts stayed constant for the entire hour.

I don't think Flukso has a chart with a one hour resolution.