Is this the right way to combine thermostats?


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Old 11-24-16, 06:37 PM
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Is this the right way to combine thermostats?

I recently bought a house, and it has 4 thermostats 2 for the Central Air (Seperate air handlers and condensers, shared ducts) one upstairs and one downstairs and then it has baseboard hot water heat, same situation one upstairs and one downstairs.

I want to combine these 4 thermostats into two thermostats (One upstairs and one downstairs) that uses WiFi and all that cool stuff, probably a honeywell WiFi one, although I haven't decided.

My question is would this be the correct way to wire this up to my new thermostat?

Connect RH and W1 from the boiler

Connect RC, G, Y1, and C from the Central air

This should work, right?
 
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Old 11-24-16, 06:39 PM
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Yes, that looks good.
 
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Thank you so much! Happy Thanksgiving!
 
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Old 11-24-16, 06:45 PM
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It might be a good idea to verify the voltage of the thermostat controlling the baseboard heaters.
 
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They looks like low voltage and are connected to a modern thermostat currently, but i'll make sure to double check, here is a pic of the current heat thermostat downstairs.
 
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Old 11-25-16, 09:14 AM
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That is going to be a low voltage application.
 
 

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