Installation is quick, easy and doesn't require a specialist

Summary

The vast majority of customers install the systems on their own. As the systems communicates wirelessly, there is little wiring involved for most systems and as a retrofit solution, no work is required to make the building suitable. Should you want to use a tradesman, we supply an installation manual and wiring diagrams that any competent plumber or electrician can use to install the system for you.

Before your installation

What you need to know and ensure is ready before you begin:

What the installation entails

Quick overview:

  • Most systems take approximately 3 hours to install, with large properties taking up to a day
  • The installation of the Genius Hub components onto a working and comaptible heating system does onto require any plumbing work
  • The majority of devices are battery-powered, so they are easy for anyone to install
  • The Single Channel Receiver, Dual Channel Receiver and Electric Switches require 230v wiring. You may want to use a tradesman for this part of the installation

How the installation works for your heating system?

  • Genius Hub is plugged into a 3-pin socket and your broadband router
  • Single/Dual Channel Receiver which controls the boiler replaces the existing wired thermostat (or wireless receiver)/programmer
  • Hot Water Temperature Addon is wired next to the hot water tank and the probe attached to the outside of the tank
  • Smart Plugs are plugged into 3-pin sockets around your property
  • Genius Radiator Valves are mounted onto the existing radiator TRV bodies
  • Room Sensor(s) are attached to the walls via adhesive pads/screws
  • Thermostat(s) are screwed to the walls
  • Genius Hub is plugged into a 3-pin socket and your broadband router
  • Smart Plugs are plugged into 3-pin sockets around your property
  • Electric Switches are wired into the existing Underfloor Wiring Centre to control the actuators
  • Room Sensor(s) are attached to the walls via adhesive pads/screws
  • Thermostat(s) are screwed to the walls
  • For JK Floorheating systems the Electric Switch which controls the boiler replaces the existing wired thermostat (or wireless receiver)/programmer for the underfloor zone valve
  • Genius Hub is plugged into a 3-pin socket and your broadband router
  • For plug-in heating Smart Plugs are plugged into 3-pin sockets around your property, where the existing heaters get their power from
  • For wired heating Electric Switches are wired next to the fused spur currently providing power to the heaters
  • Room Sensor(s) are attached to the walls via adhesive pads/screws
  • Thermostat(s) are screwed to the walls

Installation Resources

A digital copy of the installation manual provided as part of the Genius Hub system, in PDF format

A gallery of digital copies of all of our wiring diagrams for many scenarios, in PDF format

A playlist of videos showing how to install the Genius Hub system

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