So, I have purchased a SONOFF TH10 wanting to use it to replace my wall mounted thermostat.
The thermostat has 2 connections: Always-Live and Switched-Live (which is activated of course by the position of the temperature dial in relation to the room temperature). This then returns to the central heating control.
The SONOFF however, has a Live-in, a Switched Live-out, Earth and and also needs a Neutral mains connection (I assume for its own internal power.) It also has a temperature sensor input.
So, in order for me to use the SONOFF to replace my wall thermostat, I need to run the following connections:
- Neutral cable from mains supply to the SONOFF
- Earth cable from mains supply to the SONOFF
- Thermostat Always-Live -> SONOFF Live-in
- Thermostat Switched-Live -> SONOFF Switched Live-out
In principle, is this the correct way to wire it, folks...?
I am happy with mains cabling, and I fully understand the dangers of 240V mains wiring, but I have also learned it is never a bad idea to seek confirmation from others.