The AFVK-SP-MH/L Manual Hi/Lo Spark to Pilot Gas Valve Kit with On/Off/Hi/Lo Remote by Skytech was developed to provide safe, reliable, user-friendly control for gas heating appliances. These intermittent pilot ignition (IPI) gas valve kits are set up for natural gas and are designed to be used with 18 to 30-inch gas log sets. Optional propane gas conversions kits, LPK-18 or LPK-24, are available. The AFVK-SP-MH-L has a manual Hi/Lo gas valve on the unit itself, and features a remote control with On/Off/High/Low function and On/Off continuous pilot option.
- Battery powered On/Off/High/Low remote control
- Manual flame adjustment on valve
- Continuous pilot switch on valve and remote control
- Designed to be used with 18 to 30-inch gas log sets
- Overall Dimensions: 5.5"H x 3.75"W x 5.5"D
- 1 Year Limited 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 No Manufacturer Part Number No Pan Type No Pan Dimensions No Nipple Size No Hole Diameter No Gauge No Flange and Key Finish No Key Length No Key Finish No Valve Size No Recomended Capacity (BTUs) No Flex Line Length No Flex Line Thread Size No Flex Line ID No Flex Line OD No Flare Size No Max BTU/hr - NG No Max BTU/hr - LP No Max BTU No Fuel Type Natural Gas Style N/A
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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.
Do we need to provide an electrical circuit to this or can it be battery. If not, can you please provide a comparable that can take batteries.
This does not require external power, it is operated with batteries only.