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Replacing Danfos TP5000 with hive

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by Xyraxel, 8 Dec 2018.

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    Hi,

    I have a hive installed that controls hot water and heating of ground and first floor.

    I purchased a hive multizone to replace a danfos TP5000 on the second floor which only controls the heating on that floor.
    I have attached a picture of it’s wiring, could anyone help me how to wire that up with hive.
    It only has two wires
     

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    The two wires in your photo are connected to terminals marked COM and N/O. These go to the terminals at the Hive Single Channel Version marked the same, which you will see from the diagram below are terminals (1) and (3)

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    Your previous thermostat was battery operated and didn't need a 230V supply which the Hive needs to power it. Therefore a new 230V supply needs to be connected to the Hives N & L terminals, and should should come from load side of the same 3A fused spur that feeds the boiler, or the N & L terminals of the existing Dual Channel Hive controlling the downstairs and hot water.
     
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