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OpenTherm using a wireless Nest

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Ltnman, 21 Sep 2020.

  1. Ltnman

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    Just thinking ahead to my next boiler, which will probably be a Baxi 800. On a Baxi to use OpenTherm using a Baxi uSense smart controller, the controller has to be hard wired to the boiler, which is no good for me.

    Looking at the Nest, it appears the hard wiring only goes to the Nest Heat Link with the Thermostat being either wired or wireless using power from a USB.

    Can anyone confirm a wireless Nest will control OpenTherm, as the only examples I have seen with the Nest being used in OpenTherm, is that the thermostat is hard wired.
     
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    Yes, it will work wirelessly
     
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