The 1001TH - Receiver Box Only by Skytech provides wireless thermostatic control for use with gas heating fireplaces. The receiver operates (4) AA batteries, connects to all standard millivolt valves, and can be mounted up to 20 feet away from the fireplace. Enjoy the ambience of a cozy fire, and control the temperature of the room without sacrificing the comfort of your seat using this fireplace remote control from Skytech.
** This is for the receiver box only **
- The battery powered receiver gives wireless remote control to a gas fireplace
- 1,048,567 Security Codes allow user to choose the best option to suit their need
- Battery powered receiver with learn function, snap-on wall plate, and 18 inch wires with connectors has 20 foot range and can learn up to (2) additional Skytech remotes; receiver also allows manual control of fireplace with On/Remote/Off settings
- Receiver box is designed for millivolt gas valves only and acts as a dry contact switch (the receiver will not output any voltage)
- Includes - receiver box, batteries, wires with connectors, and instruction manual
- Model number: SKY-1001TH-A-RX
- Receiver operates (4) AA batteries
- 20' receiver range
- Limited lifetime warranty
About the Manufacturer:
For decades Skytech has led the hearth industry by producing high quality fireplace remote controls, fan blower kits, and gas valve kits in order to supply the industry with the parts it needs to provide the warmth and comfort of a fireplace for all of us to enjoy. By offering a wide line of products and replacement components, Skytech continues to help keep gas fireplaces running well and providing the heat and comfort we all expect.
- Additional Information
UPC N/A Manufacturer Skytech Shipping Status Order by 1 PM CST for Same Day Shipping Condition New Remote Functions No Screen Type N/A Fuel Type No Style N/A
Frequently bought together
Unit about 6 years old. Work fine at end of last year. Put in new batteries in both transmitter and receiver. Performed the sync. Audibles heard but still will not turn on burner. Even sliding switch on receiver to ON will not light burner. Have check battery install for proper direction. Any suggestions or do we replace receiver? Any way to check microprocessor? Could two wires to gas valve have a problem? Both seem tight. Not sure how to proceed. Oh, lighting fireplace with fireplace control, lights fine.
The 1001 is dry-contact only, so it could be a connection issue with the lead wires if you are able to otherwise turn on the fireplace. Test this by taking a paperclip and touching the TH and TH/TP terminals and the fireplace should light. If not, you have an issue with the thermopile or the valve! It would also be good to check how tight the connections are on the valve.