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 Post subject: Replace Danfoss 9000MA-Si / Fusion Comet boiler
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 9:53 pm 

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Hello,

We are looking to replace the Danfoss 9000MA-Si controller for our Fusion Comet boiler with Hive.

Upon removing the controller from its backplate, we see the cables as per the attached image - essentially:

* N and L have a couple of permanently affixed cables each
* 1 and 2 are empty
* 3 and 4 are connected as expected

[Note: 5 and 6 are, we believe, an remote temperature sensor that will be disconnected.]

Can you please advise if we can simply proceed by keeping the wiring exactly the same in Hive, ie. leave 1 and 2 empty, connect 3 and 4 and leave two cables to each of N and L?

Everything is currently operating as we expect it to be and the terminal positions seem to be a one-to-one mapping for the same functionality, but we just wanted to check before proceeding.

Thank you in advance for any advice you can kindly provide!

Simon


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