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Termet termaster, regulator connection.

danielek001 4779 10
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  • #1
    danielek001
    Level 9  
    Hello I have a question.
    I have a Termet Termaster turbo boiler. It hangs and works like that for a few years, but now you wanted the driver. So I bought a Salus controller, wireless. And so from the boiler there are two brown and blue wires, which are assembled in the cube, and the controller has a com and no. Well, I plug in without voltage, the drivers can see each other, I have a beautiful icon that heats up, turns, but the stove does not start or heat the water or CO. Can someone please help me with this. A seemingly trivial matter. I will add that the controller can be connected with voltage, but I do not know if it will not end up replacing the board in the boiler.
  • #2
    daro31ie
    Automation specialist
    Buddy, have you activated the external control functions in the oven?
  • #3
    bro2004
    Level 28  
    danielek001 wrote:
    Hello I have a question.
    I have a termet termaster turbo boiler. It hangs and works like that for a few years, but now you wanted the driver. So I bought a wireless salus driver. Well, there are two brown and blue wires from the boiler, which are assembled in the cube, and the controller has a com and no. Well, I plug in without a voltage, the drivers can see each other, I have a beautiful icon that heats up, but the stove does not start or heat the water or what. Can someone please help me with this. A seemingly trivial matter. I will add that the controller can be connected with voltage, but I do not know if it will not end up replacing the board in the boiler

    And you connected the salus controller with 2 diodes to 230v? Because the description shows that it is not. Orange LED - connected to the network. Yellow - heating signal.
    You connect to the boiler where the bridge was.
  • #4
    danielek001
    Level 9  
    Yes, I connected the controller to 230. The green LED is on, indicating that there is a signal. According to the instructions, the boiler should be turned off. This is a model with knobs. I connected it as in the diagram in the attachment.
  • #5
    kz61
    Level 24  
    Both knobs more clockwise. To tidy up the wires on the ankle. No voltage may be applied to the boiler control input.
  • #6
    danielek001
    Level 9  
    Now the regulator is disconnected because it is not working. The DHW knob is max clockwise. A piece of wire with a cube is how it came out of the factory. Two wires assembled. When I connect the regulator, it is blue with blue, brown with brown. And the knobs on off. The transmitter and the receiver can see each other, the diode lights up as if it is working and the boiler does not give any reaction. Adds pics as it is connected.
  • #7
    bro2004
    Level 28  
    Left knob in the center of the heater scale. Now you have CO off. You do not read and do not do what your friend wrote earlier ... call someone because I see it will end badly ...
  • #8
    danielek001
    Level 9  
    So what do I do with the knob, the boiler will turn on, no matter what is set on the regulator. DHW does not work whether it is off or the temperature at max. I don't know. How do you find that I don't read? Well, I think I can see that the knob is max right. Sure, I'll call if I don't connect. I don't know, since you don't have anything ambitious to say, why write it?
  • #9
    bro2004
    Level 28  
    Change the communication code and don't float. We try to help as much as we got the information ... Before connecting the regulator, there should be a so-called Bridge. If it wasn't, it means that you connected to the wrong cables :D
  • #10
    danielek001
    Level 9  
    I'm not floating, I'm just looking for a hint. There was a bridge, i.e. two wires connected in an ankle. As in the first photos. It is possible that something else needs to be changed in the boiler.
  • #11
    bro2004
    Level 28  
    I know this boiler. Nothing sets. Change the communication port in the salus driver - both.

    Ev. Take a multimeter and check if a short-circuit signal comes out to the boiler contacts as the circle on the controller with the display turns.