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Hive Wiring Help

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by captgadget, 6 Mar 2019.

  1. captgadget

    captgadget

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    Evening all

    I have the Hive thermostat on order and should be here tomorrow.

    I currently have a Salus RT300RF wireless thermostat which i will be replacing.

    The boiler is a viessmann vitopend 100 combi

    The current wiring on the Salus receiver is:-

    COM - Grey wire and brown loop
    NO - Black wire
    N - Blue wire
    L - Brown loop from COM

    Am i correct in thinking the wiring on the Hive single channel receiver will be as follows:-

    N = Blue wire
    L = Brown loop
    1 = Grey wire and brown loop
    3 = Black wire

    any help and info will be much appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.

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  2. stem

    stem

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    Yes. All of the wires (including the loop) in the Salus N, L , COM and NO terminals go to the terminals marked exactly the same at the Hive.

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  3. captgadget

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    Perfect. Thanks for your help stem.

    Hopefully will have this hooked up over the weekend.
     
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    Fitted it today and works flawlessly. Thanks again stem
     
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