Nest with boilermate 2000

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Nest with boilermate 2000

Post  Spar382 on Thu Jul 27, 2017 3:31 am

Hi, I want to use a nest thermostat with my boilermate 2000.
I'm kind of clueless how to get it working though, I assume I just swop the old basic dial thermostat over to the nest one which is easy enough. By swopping over wires to nest it's on connection 9, 10, 11

but what do I do with the heatlink with a boilermate system?
Is it connected to the boiler or to the boilermate upstairs or not used at all?

Any help appreciated

Wiring diagram:h**ps://ibb.co/fWrf0Q

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Re: Nest with boilermate 2000

Post  scorp on Thu Jul 27, 2017 2:24 pm

HeatLink N -> BoilerMate N (terminal 9)
HeatLink L -> BoilerMate L (terminal 10)

HeatLink 1 -> Not Connected
HeatLink 2 -> HeatLink L (small jumper cable)
HeatLink 3 -> BoilerMate SL (terminal 11)

HeatLink T1 -> Original Thermostat N wiring
HeatLink T2 -> Original Thermostat L wiring

http://gledhill-repairs.forumotion.net/t1802-nest-thermostat-with-boilermate-2000

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Post  Spar382 on Thu Jul 27, 2017 3:13 pm

Thanks, I havent got the nest yet so a little hard to figure it out (the guy we bought house from said he tried to put one in and couldnt).
So from what I can gather the heatlink is installed upstairs next to boilermate and connected as you listed directly to the boilermate, nest thermostat installed where old one was and the wires from that that went into boilermate now go into the T1 and T2 connections on the heatlink?

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Re: Nest with boilermate 2000

Post  scorp on Thu Jul 27, 2017 3:48 pm

Correct. Main thing to remember that T1 and T2 are 12V. Don't mix it with anything else. Those two wires must be disconnected from BM, connected to T1/T2 on heatlink and on other side will be connected to nest. It is 12V supply to nest from heatlink.
See Page 13 here http://www.plumbcity.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Nest-Thermostat-Installation-Guide-UK.pdf

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Re: Nest with boilermate 2000

Post  Spar382 on Fri Jul 28, 2017 5:12 am

Great, thanks for help

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Re: Nest with boilermate 2000

Post  craigmiles on Tue Nov 07, 2017 1:12 am

scorp wrote:HeatLink N -> BoilerMate N (terminal 9)
HeatLink L -> BoilerMate L (terminal 10)

HeatLink 1 -> Not Connected
HeatLink 2 -> HeatLink L (small jumper cable)
HeatLink 3 -> BoilerMate SL (terminal 11)

HeatLink T1 -> Original Thermostat N wiring
HeatLink T2 -> Original Thermostat L wiring

http://gledhill-repairs.forumotion.net/t1802-nest-thermostat-with-boilermate-2000

I am going to buy the Nest at the end of the month and looking at setting this up myself. Seems fairly straight forward but can anybody send some photos of the their install and the specifically the terminals? With regards to the above I noticed that for example Heatlink N goes to terminal 9 (N) on boilermate however the manual suggests that the N terminal on the BM is terminal 10. Similarly the Heatlink L goes to terminal 10 as suggested above but the BM manual suggest the BM L is terminal 9, so essentially the L and N are swapped. All on P22 on the manual within the documents section. Filename is bm2000-iss10.pdf (I can't post links). Could somebody please clarify for me please?

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Re: Nest with boilermate 2000

Post  Spar382 on Tue Nov 07, 2017 1:23 am

Hi I have installed the nest now and can confirm it's all working fine, really wasn't hard to do using the above info.
Although whoever wrote that mixed up the terminals as terminal 9 is L and terminal 10 is N on mine too. So like this:

HeatLink N -> BoilerMate N (terminal 10)
HeatLink L -> BoilerMate L (terminal 9)

HeatLink 1 -> Not Connected
HeatLink 2 -> HeatLink L (small jumper cable)
HeatLink 3 -> BoilerMate SL (terminal 11)

HeatLink T1 -> Original Thermostat N wiring
HeatLink T2 -> Original Thermostat L wiring

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Re: Nest with boilermate 2000

Post  craigmiles on Sun Nov 12, 2017 12:15 pm

Thanks for the advice.

Does it matter about the clock on the BM? Does this have to be disconnected or left on, off or timer?

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Re: Nest with boilermate 2000

Post  Spar382 on Sun Nov 12, 2017 12:37 pm

I just leave the clock on full time and all works fine

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Re: Nest with boilermate 2000

Post  Seany108 on Sun Dec 03, 2017 1:43 am

What’s the jumper cable do ? Does that really need to be connected ?

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