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Heating Thermostat Remote Control
Model SLT3 manufactured by Hive
Heating Thermostat Remote Control
Supports:
communicate via thermostat
Available from:
Amazon.co.uk
Manufacturer:
Hivehome.com
Zigbee ID: "SLT3"; "SLT3B"
Confirmed working with
If the device is following Zigbee standards it is possible it will work with other gateway solutions, it is just not confirmed as working yet!

Pairing instructions ZHA

  1. Remove the thermostat from the wall and remove a battery
  2. Turn boiler off at the mains, this will also turn off the receiver.
  3. Turn the boiler on
  4. Hold down central heating button on the Hive receiver until light turns pink, then release
  5. Hold down the central heating button again until the light turns amber with double flashing
  6. Pair with Home Assistant - using ZHA’s ‘add device’
  7. At this point the amber double flash may change to a single flash
  8. Stop ZHA from searching for devices by pressing back
  9. Replace the battery in the thermostat and allow to boot
  10. Press and hold the menu and back buttons, allow the countdown to finish and release when you see ‘welcome’ - after selecting - a language, it will enter pairing mode.
  11. On ZHA select the Hive receiver device you added earlier, now click “ADD DEVICES VIA THIS DEVICE”
  12. The thermostat should now pair to the boiler receiver. The amber light should turn green.

Pairing instructions Zigbee2Mqtt

  1. Remove the thermostat (SLT) from the wall and remove a battery to turn it off.
  2. Turn boiler off at the mains in order to turn off the hive receiver (SLR).
  3. Turn the boiler on and receiver.
  4. Hold down the central heating button for 10 seconds on the Hive receiver until light turns pink, then release.
  5. Hold down the central heating button again until the light turns amber with double flashing.
  6. Pair with Zigbee2mqtt using “Permit Join (all)”.
  7. The amber double flash may change to a single flash.
  8. The receiver will be added to zigbee2mqtt. Rename it to something like “Hive Receiver”.
  9. Replace the battery in the thermostat and allow to boot.
  10. Press and hold the menu and back buttons to factory reset the device. Allow the countdown to finish and release when you see ‘welcome’ - after selecting - a language, it will enter pairing mode.
  11. In Zigbee2Mqtt use the dropdown arrow next to “Permit Join” to select the Hive receiver device you added earlier.
  12. Start pairing with the newly labelled “Permit join (Hive Receiver)” button.
  13. Wait around 30 seconds
  14. The thermostat should now pair to the boiler receiver. The amber light should turn green, and the thermostat will go through the getting started wizard.