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Nest Thermostat E Installation

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Branflake98, 12 Apr 2020.

  1. Branflake98

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    Hi,

    I plan on installing a Nest Thermostat E with Heat Link to my property however can’t seem to match up the wiring on the apps instructions.

    The property was built last year and has air source heating installed, I have, in the cupboard some sort of tank with a Daikin control panel. I have then, in the hallway a Myson Thermostat for my heating.

    I cannot match up the wiring on the nest app and not sure if it’s compatible or not.

    I have attached my current set up including the wiring for the Myson.

    The device will be provided from SSE Energy with the heat link I believe.

    I most likely will need to terminate the live wires because it’s battery powered, what’s the best and easiest way to do this?


     
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  2. Gasplumber

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    Looks like Neutral and live the same then black to 2 common grey to 3 switchlive
    Check wiring tho as not done one for a bit but I’m sure common is terminal 2
     
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  4. Gasplumber

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    It’s correct like I said I just looked it up quickly
     
  5. flameport

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    Black and grey to the Nest terminals.

    The blue/brown L&N are 230V power for a proper mains powered thermostat or receiver, but as you have purchased a battery operated piece they are not required, but must be safely terminated and insulated.
     
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  7. Branflake98

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    Thanks for the response.
     
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