Replacing Danfos TP5000 with hive

8 Dec 2018
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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)


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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