Avalon Eden Green Smart Installation manual

GreenSmart™ Remote (2010 Version)
SKU 99300685 (NG)
SKU 99300684 (LP)
Overview
This wiring harness attaches to the existing wire harness (unlike the older version).
DO NOT REMOVE THE EXISTING WIRE HARNESS ON YOUR APPLIANCE.
New Wiring Harness
This kit includes a revised remote wiring harness that is smaller and easier to install than the old wiring
harness (see diagram below). The instructions included with this kit should be followed first. Then the
instructions included in the installation manual should be followed, omitting the steps pertaining to wireharness installation. This wiring harness works on all GreenSmart™ compatible appliances.
Order of Installation
STEP # 1 Install the Wiring Harness and Receiver (see pages 4 through 6).
STEP #2
Install the remaining components for the remote following the instructions
included in the manual* (Stepper Motor, Fan Control Module, etc.).
STEP # 3 Replace the control panel and restore appliance to the correct configuration.
* Because each appliance has different installation parameters, additional installation instructions are
included in the manual shipped with the appliance (manuals may also be found at travisproducts.com).
New Wiring Harness
ON / OFF
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
POWER SUPPLY
Old Wiring Harness
BURNER CONTROL
VALVE
RECEIVER
IPI / CPI
FAN CONTROL
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Compatibility
The GreenSmart™ remote is compatible with all of the new Travis GreenSmart products. The following units
are compatible:
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564 GS & DF
Berkshire GS
Eden
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864 GS, ST GS, & HO
Tree of Life GS
Greenfield
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21 TRV GS
Northfield
Cypress
Packing List
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Transmitter with 3 AAA Batteries
Receiver (with Cover Plate & Switch)
Fan Control Module
Velcro
LP or NG Stepper Motor (with screws and label - attaches to Valve)
Wire Harness (NEW, 2010 VERSION – SEE PAGE 2 FOR DETAILS)
(2) Power Leads
(2) #8 x ½” Machine Screws
(2) Wire Ties
Torx T-20 Wrench
Wall Mount (for placing the transmitter on a wall)
(2) Drywall anchors (for wall mount)
(2) #8 x 3/8” Type B Screws
(2) Wire Nuts
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Installation
When installing the remote, refer to the wiring diagram shown below.
Spark Rod
Pilot
Sensor
Pilot Ground
CN4
Comfort Control
Valve
PILOT
SENSOR
DIGITAL
FIREPLACE
CN0
BURNER
SPARK ROD
CONTROL
VALVE
DIAGNOSTIC
COMMAND
GROUND
CN2
POWER
CN1
STEPPER MOTOR
COMFORT
CONTROL VALVE
CN3
Red
Black
Red
POWER SUPPLY
Green
White
Black
ON / OFF
COMFORT CONTROL
Orange
Yellow / Green
RECEIVER
VALVE
Green
CONTINUOUS
PILOT
IPI / CPI
Black Red
White
Green
Blue
White
TOP
FAN CONTROL
INTERMITTENT
PILOT
Fan Controller
(4) AA Batteries
POWER
110V OUT
FAN
AUX OUT
Remote Receiver
COM
120 VAC
Power In
Accent
Light (s)
Thermodisk
Optional
Blower(s)
Accent Light
Rheostat
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Installation (continued)
1
Remove the control panel on the appliance to allow access to the wiring (see installation manual).
2
Disconnect the comfort control connector.
3
Remove the on/off/battery plate from the appliance.
4
Carefully disconnect the on/off wires from the on/off switch.
WARNING: Do not pull on the wires while disconnecting. Grasp the quick-connects or use needle-nose
pliers to disconnect these wires from the posts on the on/off switch.
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Installation (continued)
5
Carefully disconnect the power supply wires from the ac adapter. The ac adapter may be discarded.
WARNING: Do not pull on the wires while disconnecting. Grasp the both quick-connects while
disconnecting.
6
Cut the two wires leading to the comfort control switch on the on/off/battery plate. The on/off/battery
plate may be discarded.
On newer appliances this connection has quick connects. For these appliances, disconnect the
quick connects to remove the on/off/battery plate and disregard step 7 for attaching the wire nuts.
7
Attach the included wire nuts to the two exposed wires on the wiring harness.
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Installation (continued)
8
Attach the new wiring harness to the on/off switch and power supply wires. Attach corresponding
wires to the same color (red to red, white to white, etc.).
Wiring Harness
on Appliance
New Remote
Wiring Harness
9
Attach the wiring harness to the receiver. Install the remote receiver into the control panel.
10 Install the remaining components for the GreenSmart™ remote following the instructions included
with the appliance. Because the revised remote wiring harness uses the stock wiring harness, the
following connections are pre-wired and do not need to be connected:
-- Connection to Digital Fireplace Controller (DFC)
-- Connection to Gas Control Valve
-- Connection to IPI/CPI Switch
WARNING:
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Make sure all wiring is secure and does not contact any hot or moving parts. Use zip ties,
if necessary, to secure the wires.
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Battery Installation
Transmitter Battery Installation
Install the three included AAA batteries into the remote (see Figure 1).
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Figure 1
Receiver Battery Installation
Install four AA batteries into the receiver (see Figure 2). You can use the batteries from the battery
backup tray on the appliance. See the installation instructions for details. These batteries control the
comfort control and act as a power-backup in case the household (AC) current goes out.
AA
ry
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Ba
Ba
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AA
AA
AA
Figure 2
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Set-Up
Verify the Fan Control Module is On
The fan control module has a power switch. Make sure it is in the ON (“-“) position (see Figure 3). This
switch must remain in the ON position for the AC components to operate (Accent Light and Optional
Blower). The module also supplies low-voltage for the fireplace controller. By leaving it in the OFF
position, the fireplace will operate off the receiver batteries, greatly diminishing battery life.
”
Figure 3
Synchronize the Transmitter to the Remote
The transmitter will need to be synchronized to the receiver before the remote will work correctly.
Synchronizing is done in the following two steps below (see Figure 4):
a) Press the PRG (Program) button on the receiver using a paperclip or equivalent device (receiver
will beep 3 times).
b) Press the “ON” button on the transmitter (receiver will beep 4 times).
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"Beep"
"Beep"
"Beep"
"Beep"
"Beep"
“Beep”
"Beep"
Figure 4
NOTE: If power is cut off to the receiver for an extended period of time, you may need to re-synchronize
the remote.
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GreenSmart™ Remote (2010 Version)
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Direct Fireplace Operation
The fireplace may be directly operated from the receiver. The three positions are below (see Figure 5):
ON – Fireplace burner turns on (regardless of transmitter settings).
OFF – Fireplace burner turns off (regardless of transmitter settings).
REMOTE – Fireplace is controlled by the transmitter.
ON
REMOTE
OFF
PRG
Figure 5
NOTE: When the receiver switch is turned to ON or OFF, the mode settings (Accent Light, Blower, Flame
Height, Comfort Control) will remain in the same state as before the switch was moved (i.e.: the receiver
“remembers” the last setting). If you wish to adjust the mode settings use the transmitter mode button to
adjust the settings (see “Mode Controls” on page 12). The thermostat and burner on/off operating
functions will not work on the transmitter.
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GreenSmart™ Remote (2010 Version)
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Remote Operation
Once the receiver is switched to “REMOTE” the transmitter operates the fireplace. Once you understand
how the transmitter works, you will be able to operate your fireplace quickly and easily.
Display Overview
The transmitter display has four main sections (see Figure 6).
Thermostat Display
Room Temperature Display
F
ON
Read-Out (Thermostat Setting, Function, etc.)
Mode Display (Flame Height, Blower, Light, Comfort Control)
MAX
MAX
AUX
Figure 6
Listen for the “Beep”
Each time you press a button on the transmitter that controls the fireplace, a “beep” will come from the
fireplace. When you change thermostat target settings the fireplace will not beep.
NOTE: When the receiver batteries start to get low, the receiver will beep intermittently. When the
batteries are nearly depleted, the receiver will no longer beep. See “Receiver Batteries” on page 14).
ON / OFF Operation
The top button on the remote turns the remote on and off (see Figure 7).
ON – Remote controls the fireplace (make sure receiver is in REMOTE position - see Figure 5).
OFF – Fireplace will remain off (make sure receiver is in REMOTE position - see Figure 5).
OFF
ON
F
ON
F
OFF
OFF
MAX
MAX
AUX
Figure 7
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GreenSmart™ Remote (2010 Version)
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Manual On-Off / Smart Thermostat / Standard Thermostat
Use the thermostat button to cycle through the three thermostat settings (see Figure 8).
Look here for the
Press the thermostat button to cycle
thermostat setting.
through the thermostat settings.
F
OFF
ON
ON
MAX
SMART
AUX
Figure 8
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MANUAL ON/OFF – The burner will turn on and off using the remote (see Figure 9). Press the
On/Off button to control the burner. When off, the display will only show the current temperature.
F
When in manual setting, the
OFF
word “OFF” will appear here.
MAX
MAX
AUX
Figure 9
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SMART THERMOSTAT – While in smart thermostat, the transmitter will control the flame height
to achieve the target temperature (“smart modulation”). If the temperature exceeds the target
temperature the heater will shut off. This allows the heater to stay on longer and provide a more
consistent temperature. To adjust the target temperature, press the up and down buttons until a
suitable temperature is achieved. (see Figure 10 below).
F
When in smart thermostat
SMART
This is the target temperature
setting, the word “SMART”
on the read-out. Use the up
will appear here.
or down buttons to adjust the
target temperature.
MAX
AUX
Figure 10
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STANDARD THERMOSTAT - While in standard thermostat setting, the transmitter will turn the
burner on and off to achieve the target temperature (see Figure 11 below). To adjust the target
temperature, press the up and down buttons until a suitable temperature is achieved.
F
When in standard thermostat
ON
This is the target temperature
setting, the word “ON” will
on the read-out. Use the up
appear here.
or down buttons to adjust the
target temperature.
MAX
AUX
Figure 11
NOTE: if the transmitter batteries go dead while in thermostat setting (standard or smart), the appliance
will shut off after approximately 24 hours.
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GreenSmart™ Remote (2010 Version)
SKU 99300685 (NG)
SKU 99300684 (LP)
Mode Controls (Flame, Blower, Light, Comfort Control)
Use the mode button to cycle through the four mode controls (see Figure 12 below).
Press the mode button to cycle through the mode settings.
F
OFF
Flame
Height
Comfort
Control
Optional
Blower
Accent
Light
Look here for
mode controls.
AUX
MAX
AUX
Figure 12
Flame Height
Flame height may be controlled using the up and down buttons when in Flame Height Mode (see Figure
13 below). The center display will display the 7 settings, from “OFF” to “HI” for full on.
NOTE: Flame height may not be adjusted if operating in Smart Thermostat setting.
F
When in flame height
High
OFF
This is the flame height read-
mode, this icon will
out. Use the up or down
appear darkened.
Medium
buttons to adjust the flame
height (7 settings).
MAX
MAX
Off
AUX
Figure 13
Blower Speed
If your heater has an optional blower, it may be controlled using the up and down buttons when in Blower
Speed Mode (see Figure 14). The center display will display the 7 settings, from “OFF” to “HI” for full on.
F
High
OFF
This is the blower speed read-
When in blower
out. Use the up or down
mode, this icon will
Medium
buttons to adjust the blower
appear darkened.
speed (7 settings).
MAX
Off
AUX
Figure 14
MANUAL MODE (NEW RECEIVER WITH TIMER FUNCTION)
When in Manual Mode the blower will remain on, even if the burner is turned off and the heater cools.
Either manually turn the blower off, or turn off the heater by pressing the On/Off button.
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Mode Controls (continued)
Accent Light (Aux)
The Accent Light (night light) inside the heater may be turned on and off using the up and down buttons
when in Accent Light (Aux) Mode (see Figure 15). The center display will display either “ON” or “OFF”.
F
On
OFF
This is the accent light readout. Use the up button to turn
When in accent light
on, down button to turn off (2
mode, this icon will
Off
settings).
appear darkened.
AUX
Figure 15
HINT: The rheostat on the heater must be turned on for remote operation to work correctly. You may
wish to adjust the rheostat to a desirable light output prior to operating.
HINT: If you wish to leave the accent light on while turning the burner off, adjust the Flame Height to
“OFF” (see the previous page).
Comfort Control (rear burner)
The comfort control (rear burner) may be turned on and off using the up and down buttons when in
Comfort Control Mode (see Figure 16). The center display will display either “ON” or “OFF”.
F
On
OFF
This is the comfort control
read-out. Use the up button
When in comfort
to turn on, down button to turn
control mode, this
icon will appear
darkened.
Off
off (2 settings).
AUX
Figure 16
Display Fahrenheit or Celsius
„
With the system in the “OFF” position, press both the MODE and THERMOSTAT buttons
simultaneously to toggle between Fahrenheit (F) and Celsius (C) (see Figure 17 below).
F
F
C
Figure 17
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Low Battery Indicator
Transmitter Batteries
The transmitter has a battery-level indicator. When it indicates low battery voltage (see Figure 18 below),
install four new AAA alkaline batteries into the transmitter (see “Transmitter Battery Installation” on page
7).
Low Battery Indicator
F
ON
MAX
AUX
Figure 18
Receiver Batteries
The receiver will “beep” periodically when the receiver batteries go low. Install four new AA alkaline
batteries into the receiver when this occurs (see “Receiver Battery Installation” on page 7). In
applications where the appliance is required to provide heat, we recommend replacing the batteries
before each heating season.
Child Proof Feature
The child proof feature disables the control buttons, preventing un-wanted use of the remote.
„ Press both the MODE and UP buttons simultaneously to turn this feature on and off (see Figure
19 below).
HINT: This feature is especially useful while using the thermostat setting.
Child Proof Indicator
F
ON
MAX
AUX
Figure 19
Power Outages
The remote will work if household current (AC power) is disconnected. The batteries inside the receiver
will continue to power the heater but the accent light and blower will not operate.
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