GV60 REMOTE CONTROL user guide

GV60 REMOTE CONTROL
user guide
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09.20.16
General Notes......................................................................................... 4
Coding instructions:................................................................................ 5
To Turn ON Appliance:............................................................................ 5
To Turn OFF Appliance:.......................................................................... 5
Flame height adjustment........................................................................ 6
To open and close solenoid valve/burner................................................ 6
Light / dimmer operation (not available on HRI3E/LRI3E)...................... 7
Circulating Fan Operation....................................................................... 7
Modes of Operation................................................................................ 8
Modes of Operation................................................................................ 9
Setting ºC/24 Hour or ºF/12 Hour Clock................................................. 9
Setting the Time...................................................................................... 9
Setting the ON/OFF Temperatures......................................................... 9
Setting the ON/OFF Temperatures......................................................... 10
Setting Program Timers.......................................................................... 11
Setting Program Timers.......................................................................... 12
To Turn Off Gas Appliance...................................................................... 13
To Turn Off Gas Appliance...................................................................... 13
Automatic Shut Off.................................................................................. 13
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General Notes
Radio Frequency Handset
43.92 MHz for Europe; 315 MHz for U.S. (FCC ID: RTD-G6R) and for Canada (IC:4943A-G6R).
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following tow conditions: (1) This device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Batteries - Handset
• 1 x 9V (quality alkaline recommended).
• Low battery indicator on handsets with display.
• Handsets without display: the red LED gets darker.
• Battery replacement is recommended after 2 years.
Battery Back Up
• 4 x 1.5V “AA” (quality alkaline recommended).
• Low battery indication: frequent beeps for 3 seconds when motor turns.
The module for fan speed control and light/dimmer (not available on HRI3E/LRI3E) includes main power together with batteries
in the back up battery box if installed for automatic backup in case of power outage. If the back up battery box is not installed,
the unit will not operate until power is restored.
Radio Frequency Handset
A code is selected automatically for this remote system from among 65,000 random codes available.
Note:
Wiring of valve and receiver must be completed before staring ignition. Failure to do so could damage
the electronics.
Overview of remote icons
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Coding instructions:
Important : The remote control/Receiver for this appliance comes pre-coded for your convenience and does not require to be
re-coded after changing batteries in the hand held. As long as there is 120 volt power to the appliance and a 9 volt battery in
the remote handset this will operate as normal.
If the remote for some reason ever required to be re-coded, follow these instructions below:
1.Press and hold the receiver’s reset button until you hear two (2) beeps. The first beep is short. To gain access to the receiver
reset button you will need to use the tool provided (see unit instruction manual) A flashlight may be required to visually see
the reset button.
2. Within the subsequent 20 seconds of pressing and holding the reset button, press the small flame icon button on the handset
until you hear two additional short beeps confirming the code is set. If you hear one long beep. this indicates the code learning
sequence has failed or the wiring is incorrect. A 9 volt battery is required in the hand held when coding the remote handheld.
To Turn ON Appliance:
Warning
When pilot ignition is confirmed, motor turns automatically to maximum flame height.
Handset
• Simultaneously press the OFF and
(large flame) buttons until a short beep confirms the
start sequence has begun; release buttons.
• Continuing beeps confirm the ignition is in process.
• Once pilot ignition is confirmed, there is main gas flow.
• After main burner ignition the handset will automatically go into temperature control mode
(CSA version) or manual mode (CE version).
Standby Mode (Pilot Flame)
Handset
• When operating the unit in temperatures below 50º F, run the pilot in "Standing pilot" mode.
• Press and hold (small flame) to set appliance to pilot flame.
• Note: If after 5 days, the appliance has not had a call for heat; the pilot will extinguish and not
be present. To enable pilot operation - repeat steps for continuous pilot.
To Turn OFF Appliance:
Handset
• Press OFF button.
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Flame height adjustment
Handset
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In standby mode: Press and hold
(large flame) button to increase flame height.
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Press and hold (small flame) button to decrease flame height or set appliance at pilot flame.
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For fine adjustment tap the
(large flame) or
(small flame) buttons.
Designated Low Fire and High Fire
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Double-click
(small flame) button. <LO> will be displayed.
Note: Flame goes to high fire first before going to designated low fire.
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Double-click
displayed.
(large flame) button. Flame automatically goes to high fire. <HI> will be
To open and close solenoid valve/burner
NOTE: Not available on the HRI3E/LRI3E
NOTE: the latching solenoid valve cannot operate manually. If the battery runs down it will remain
in the last operating position. During normal operation the solenoid valve will be reset to the ON
position when the unit is switched OFF remotely.
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Upon ignition Main Burner and Decorative Burner are ON.
Simultaneously press SET and (small flame) buttons to switch the Burner OFF. Printed
instructions are on the battery cover.
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Simultaneously press SET and
(large flame) button to switch Burner ON. (The AUX symbol
on the display indicates the solenoid valve is OPEN.)
NOTE: The operation of the AUX is blocked in timer OFF mode. When the setting of the  Nighttime Setback Temperature is "--".
Light / dimmer operation (not available on HRI3E/LRI3E)
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Light /Dimmer
Briefly press SET button to scroll to
(light bulb) mode. Light bulb icon flashes.
Press and hold
(large flame) button to ON the light or increase brightness.
Press and hold (small flame) button to decrease brightness.
In the Light/Dimmer mode, the OFF button shuts OFF the light.
If you want the light ON but no flame, press and hold the
(small flame)button and turn to
PILOT flame
NOTE: The light bulb icon is displayed during light/dimmer setting only. 8 seconds after the light/
dimmer has been set, the handset will automatically go into temperature control mode
(CSA version) or manual mode (CE version).
Circulating Fan Operation
Circulating Fan
The circulating fan has 4 speed levels from low (1 bar) to high (4 bars).
• Briefly press SET button to scroll to
(fan) mode. Fan and Level icons flash.
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Press
(large flame) button to switch ON and increase fan speed.
Press (small flame) button to decrease fan speed. To turn OFF fan, press
button until all 4 speed level bars disappear.
(small flame)
NOTE: 8 seconds after the fan has been set, the handset will automatically go into temperature
control mode (CSA version) or manual mode (CE version). The fan starts 4 minutes after
the gas opens (from OFF or from PILOT) at maximum speed and goes to the displayed
level after 10 seconds. The fan stops 10 minutes after the gas is OFF or at PILOT.
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Modes of Operation
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Briefly pressing the SET button changes the mode of operation in the following order:
NOTE: M
anual mode can also be reached by pressing either the
flame) button.
(small
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- Manual Mode
Manual flame height adjustment.
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- Daytime Temperature Mode
(Appliance must be in standby mode; pilot ignited.)
The room temperature is measured and compared to the set temperature. The flame height
is then automatically adjusted to achieve the Daytime Set Temperature.
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- Light/Dimmer Setting Mode
Turns light/dimmer ON and OFF and adjusts brightness.
(Not available on the LRI3E/HRI3E)
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- Circulating Fan
Turns circulating fan ON and OFF and adjusts fan speed.
NOTE: to turn OFF fan press
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(large flame) or
(small flame) until all 4 speed level bars disappear.
- Nighttime Setback Temperature Mode
(Appliance must be in standby mode; pilot ignited.)
The room temperature is measured and compared to the Nighttime Setback Temperature. The flame height is then automatically adjusted to achieve the Nighttime Setback Temperature.
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Modes of Operation
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- Timer Mode
(Appliance must be in standby mode; pilot ignited.)
The Timers P1 and P2 (Program 1, Program 2) can each be programmed to go ON and
OFF at specific time. For instructions see Timer Programming Mode.
NOTE: The display shows the set temperature every 30 seconds.
Setting ºC/24 Hour or ºF/12 Hour Clock
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ress OFF and (small flame) button until display changes from Fahrenheit/12 hour clock
P
to Celsius/24 hour clock and vice versa.
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The Time display will flash after either:
a) Installing the battery or
Setting the Time
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b) Simultaneously pressing the
(large flame) and
(small flame) buttons.
Press
(large flame) button to set the hour.
Press (small flame) button to set the hour.
Press OFF or simply wait to return to manual mode.
Setting the ON/OFF Temperatures
Setting the "Daytime" Temperature
DEFAULT SETTINGS:
(sun), 23ºC/74ºF
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riefly press SET button to scroll to TEMP
B
the TEMP flashes.
(sun) mode. Hold the SET button until
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Setting the ON/OFF Temperatures
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Press the
(large flame) button to increase
Daytime Set Temperature.
Press the
(small flame) button to decrease
Daytime Set Temperature.
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Press OFF or wait to complete programming (saves automatically).
Setting the "Nightitme" Temperature
DEFAULT SETTINGS:
(moon), "--" (OFF)
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riefly press SET button to scroll to TEMP
B
the TEMP flashes.
(moon) mode. Hold the SET button until
Press the
(large flame) button to increase
Nighttime Setback Temperature.
Press the
(small flame) button to decrease
Nighttime Setback Temperature.
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Press OFF or wait to complete programming (saves automatically).
Setting Program Timers
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2 ON times can be programmed
per day.
CE: the day starts at 0:00, ends at 23:50
CSA: the day starts at 12:00am, ends at 11:50pm
The ON/OFF times have to be programmed in this order:
P1
≤ P1
< P2
≤ P2
If P1
= P1
or P2
= P2
the time is deactivated.
To have the fire on overnight, set as follows:
CE: P2
23:50 and P1
0:00
CSA: P2
11:50am and P1
12:00am
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Select Timer Mode by briefly pressing the SET button.
Setting P1 ON Time
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Hold the SET button until P1
(sun) is displayed and the time flashes.
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Set the hour by pressing the
(large flame) button.
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Setting Program Timers
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Set the minutes by pressing the
(small flame) button.
Setting P1 OFF Time
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Briefly press SET button to scroll to setting P1 OFF
flashes.
(moon)is displayed and the time
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Set the hour by pressing the
(large flame) button.
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Set the minutes by pressing the
(small flame) button.
Setting P2 ON Time
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Briefly press SET button to scroll to setting P2 ON time. P2
time flashes.
See instructions SETTING P1 ON TIME.
(sun) is displayed and the
Setting P2 OFF Time
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Briefly press SET button to scroll to setting P2 OFF time. P2
(moon)is displayed and the
time flashes.
See instructions SETTING P1 Off TIME.
This concludes the programming of Timers P1 and P2. Press OFF or wait. The handset will
automatically save the changes.
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To Turn Off Gas Appliance
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Press the OFF button on the remote to shut off the appliance
Place ON/OFF switch, located on the appliance in the (O) OFF position.
If service is to be performed—the power must be disconnected and the gas to the unit must
be shut off.
To Turn Off Gas Appliance
6 Hour no Communication Function
(CSA version)
• Manual Mode/Temperature/Timer Mode: the valve will turn to pilot flame if there is no
change in flame height for a 6 hour period. In Temperature/Timer Mode if the ambient room
temperature changes, the flame height will adjust automatically to maintain set temperature, and the fire will continue to function normally. The valve will turn to pilot flame if the set
temperature and the ambient room temperature remain the same over a 6 hour period.
Receiver Overheating
(Only if module is connected)
• Valve turns to pilot flame if the temperature in the receiver is higher than 140ºF /(60ºC). the
main burner comes back on only when the temperature is below 40ºF/ (60ºC).
Automatic Shut Off
Low Battery Receiver
With low battery power in the receiver the system shuts off the fire completely. This will not happen if the power supply is interrupted.
Five Day Shut Off
(CSA version)
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The system shuts off the fire completely if there is no change in flame height for 5 days.
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