12 Best Gas Fireplace Valve Remote

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Top 12 Gas Fireplace Valve Remote

1
Real Fyre SPK26 Manual ( Low Profile, Natural Gas)
Product Highlights:
  • model #: rdl-15tc
  • no. of logs: 1
  • top center log
2
SkyTech AFLMFR Remote Controlled ( Gas Valve Control Kit)
Product Highlights:
  • millivolt safety pilot kit with remote for use with 18 to 30 inch gas logs
  • manual on/off gas valve kit with on/off remote control
  • 225 degree rated valve with exclusive safety seal within the gas valve
3
Durablow TR1003 Gas Fire ( Timer (On/Off + Timer + Thermostat))
Product Highlights:
  • attention: this device is not a power supply unit. please connect it with power source or circuit in series if using it as a switch. durablow battery powered r.f. + lcd screen transmitter and receiver kits give wireless remote control to a gas heating appliance, such as gas fireplace. childproof safety lock available. the temperature range is from 45 (7) to 99 (37) .
  • thermostat feature in transmitter turns on/off when room temperature changes. it also operates the fireplace with the room temperature swings 1 f, 2 f, or 3 f. timer feature operates at options of 15 minutes min. to 9 hours max..
  • receiver with learn function, snap-on wall plate, and 18-inch wires with connectors to gas millivolt valve or electric spark ignition module. receiver box dimension: 2.6"x2.4"x1.54". (measure your wall outlet box first)
4
Skytech 1001A Fireplace Remote ( Remote Control On/Off)
Product Highlights:
  • all battery operated r.f.
  • 2-button on/off transmitter
  • 65,536 security codes
5
Skytech CONTH Fireplace Remote ( Latching Solenoid Gas Valves)
Product Highlights:
  • thermostat function control for operating latching solenoid gas valve systems
  • lcd displays room and thermostat set temperature in *f or *c
  • battery powered receiver box with learn function and on/remote/off slider switch
6
Hearth Products Controls Maxitrol ( Control (MVRC255), Natural Gas)
Product Highlights:
  • standard capacity maxitrol gas valve
  • rated for 175°f
  • listed for up to 85,000 btu
7
Amazing Deals And Donations ( Receiver Kit For Millivolt Gas Valves)
Product Highlights:
  • remote allows you to turn your gas logs on/off or set the temperature displayed on your lcd screen
  • remote can operate receiver up to 20 feet away that includes a wall clip to hang remote and child proof lock-out
  • attention: this does not work with latching solenoid gas valve systems please read your fireplace directions for correct application before purchase. it's a direct replacement for skytech fireplace ;ambient fireplace;majestic fireplaces; monessen fireplaces; vermont castings fireplaces and stoves suitable for use with millivolt safety pilot valve or electronic spark ignition gas appliances
8
SkyTech Manual OnOff Gas ( Remote (AF-LMF-RVS))
Product Highlights:
  • millivolt safety pilot kit with flame modulating remote for use with 18 to 30 inch gas logs
  • manual on/off gas valve kit with on/off/hi/med/lo flame modulating remote control
  • 225 degree rated valve with exclusive safety seal within the gas valve
9
SkyTech Mrck SR1001 Fireplace ( For Servo Motor Gas Valves)
Product Highlights:
  • on/hi lo/off function control for operating the servo motor valve system
  • all battery operated flame adjustment from off to high with 65,536 security codes
  • battery powered receiver box with learn function and on/remote/off slider switch
10
SkyTech SKY3301 Fireplaceremotesandthermostats Blower (Fireplace-remotes-and-thermostats, Blower Control, Grey)
Product Highlights:
  • the battery powered r.f. transmitter and receiver give wireless remote control to a gas fireplace
  • thermostat feature operates the fireplace whenever the room temperature swings 1 f, 2 f, or 3 f a
  • battery powered receiver with learn function, snap-on wall plate, and 18 inch wires with connectors

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