Can I use the extension kit as a hot water controller? New house and confused.
Hi, apologies if this is a question that gets asked a lot but i have recently moved house and the setup is different. I have been using Tado in my last house for the last 6 years successfully but need a bit of clarification for what to do.
My previous house was gas central heating with a danfoss programmer wired directly into the boiler and connected to a thermostat located in the hallway. When I replaced the danfoss with the Tado I had the tado extension kit replacing the original programmer wired directly to the boiler which connected to a tado wireless thermostat in my hallway which controlled my central heating and hot water.
My new house is Oil central heating but with no programmer at the boiler. Instead I now have 2 zones of heating (ground floor and 1st floor) with a Honeywell CM707 programmer at each location and a separate programmer for hot water control in the airing cupboard (Honeywell ST9100c).
I will need to buy a new thermostat to cover my second zone but was wondering if you could give me advice on if i can use the extension kit i already have to replace the hot water programmer. It doesnt need to have a thermostat as the hot water control only needs a simple on/off signal. Could you please clarify if this is correct and if i can configure the 2 thermostats to be central heating only and the extension kit to be hot water only or if I need to approach this differently.
If this is possible could you also please provide advice on how the wiring would need to be implemented.
Photos attached of the current configuration.