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Wiring Salus RT300RF thermostat for 230V application

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by ed110220, 13 Nov 2017.

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    Hi all, wondering if anyone can help with some advice on how to wire a Salus RT300RF thermostat for a 230V application. The catalogue description says it is suitable but the manual only gives a volt free wiring diagram.

    It's not for a boiler, I want to use it to control the 230V fan in a hydronic plinth heater.

    Thanks,
    Ed
     
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    230V live supply to (L)
    Neutral/s to (N)
    Insert a link wire between (L) and (Com)
    Switched live out to Plinth heater fan (NO)

    A little extra tip for you. If there are other properties nearby, I would recommend that you change the RF address code from the standard factory setting. The installation manual tells you how follow the instructions carefully. I have seen several of these units where the thermostat has been switching the heating in a neighbouring property because they were both still on the factory setting.
     
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    Thanks Stem! That was quick :) I'll give it a go tomorrow.
     
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    Works perfectly, thanks again.
     
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