The Skytech AFVK-SP-MH/L electronic safety pilot system is designed to provide a safe, reliable, user-friendly control valve for gas heating appliances. These intermittent pilot ignition (IPI) gas valve kits are set up for natural gas (NG) only and are designed to be used with 18 to 30-inch gas log sets. Optional propane (LP) gas conversions kits LPK-18 or LPK-24 are available. The AFVK-SP-MH/L features a manual Hi/Lo spark to pilot gas valve and a flame modulating remote control with On/Off/Hi/Lo infinite flame adjustment and On/Off continuous pilot.Features:
- Spark to Pilot Kit measures 3 3/4" W X 5 1/2" D X 5 1/2" H
- Infinite flame adjustment from the remote control
- Continuous pilot switch on valve and remote control
- Designed to be used with 18 to 30-inch gas log sets
- Propane conversion kits are available (purchase separately)
- Valve assembly
- 12 inch stainless steel flex line
- ON/OFF/Hi/Lo remote control with On/Off continuous pilot
- Damper clamp
- Complete pilot assembly
- Full instruction manual
- Additional Information
UPC N/A Manufacturer Skytech Shipping Status No Condition New Remote Functions Flame Modulating Screen Type No Screen Fuel Type Natural Gas Style N/A
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Does the unit need to have a clear line of sight for the remote to operate?
No, it operates off radio frequency, which does not require a direct line of sight, but obstacles will affect the operable distance of the remote.
When I press the remote button. I hear just beeping from the gas unit
That could be a result of a few things. The first thing to try is replacing the batteries and going through the pairing process if you haven't. From there you'll need to check voltage coming from the battery pack to see if you are getting power to the valve. If you are, the unit could be stuck and needs replaced.
Is the remote control RF or IR and if it is RF what frequency range does it operate in
It is an RF remote and operates at 303.8 MHz.