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How does the HeatLink connect to my boiler/heat exchanger?

GipsyKing
Community Member

Newbie here. I can't seem to find any real tech specs on the heat link.
How does it physically interact with my heating system?

I have PT1000 thermosensors and a 24V AC motor-valve controlling the temperature of the circulated hot-water. 
My Danfoss ECL 310 was wasted by lightning stroke and I can't get a new one until months away so I'm looking for alternatives.
Will the heat link be able to open/close the motor-valve based on my programming?
Does it have relay outputs/switches to control the open/close of a valve?

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DragosC
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hi there @GispyKing

 

Thanks for reaching out. The Heat Link will need to be wired to mains and to the motorized valves. The thermostat will connect to the Heat Link either wired or wireless depending on your preferences. You can find more details in the following article: https://bit.ly/3uwmCgz .

 

Let me know if you have more questions. 

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DragosC
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Since I haven't heard from you in a while, I'll have to close this thread. Should anything else come up, please open another thread and we'll take it from there. Have a good one and stay safe! 
 

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DragosC
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hi there @GispyKing

 

Thanks for reaching out. The Heat Link will need to be wired to mains and to the motorized valves. The thermostat will connect to the Heat Link either wired or wireless depending on your preferences. You can find more details in the following article: https://bit.ly/3uwmCgz .

 

Let me know if you have more questions. 

AndaD
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hi there @GipsyKing, did you manage to check the link above? Don't hesitate to ask if anything needs clarifying.

DragosC
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Since I haven't heard from you in a while, I'll have to close this thread. Should anything else come up, please open another thread and we'll take it from there. Have a good one and stay safe!