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2 The Standalone Proflame is an automatic ignition gas control system that includes an user selectable intermittent or standing pilot. Features include: twin safety system with true flame detection for enhanced safety and reliability, On/Off, Manual Hi/Low, and Remote modulation valve configurations, integrated for use with the Proflame Remote Control GT, GTM, GTMF, GTMS and GTMFS families, operable from a wall switch or a remote control, a low power consumption design provides a choice for AC power, Battery power or AC power with Battery back up. The 880 Proflame Control provides basic ON/OFF operation of gas flow to the pilot and main burners of the heating appliance. The 886 Proflame Control has the same functions as the 880 control except that it includes HI/LO knob for manual flame height adjustment. The Proflame controls are designed to be used with either LPG or Natural Gas and can be converted by use of an OEM supplied conversion kit. The 880 valves can also be upgraded to 886 configurations by installing OEM supplied conversion kits. The Proflame GTMS is a modular remote control system that directs multiple functions of modern hearth appliances. The GTMS is configured to control the on/off and flame height operation of the main burner, provides for thermostatic control of the appliance and Split Flow dual burner control. The control features an advanced Smart thermostat which automatically modulates the flame height optimizing room temperature management. The Proflame GTMS system is specifically developed to be used together with the Proflame 885 valve, Digital Fireplace Control (DFC) board and provides battery back up in the event of line power loss. The Proflame GTMFS is a modular remote control system that directs multiple functions of modern hearth appliances. The GTMFS is configured to control the on/off and flame height operation of the main burner and provides for thermostatic control of the appliance. Additional features include; fan speed control through 6 levels, a remotely actuated 120/60Hz power outlet and Split Flow dual burner control. Comfort control is advanced by the Smart thermostat feature which automatically modulates the flame height optimizing the temperature management and the room ambience. The Proflame GTMFS system is specifically developed to be used together with the Proflame 885 valve, Digital Fireplace Control (DFC) board and provides battery back up in the event of line power loss.
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4 main characteristics Feature icon GT GTM GTMS GTMF GTMFS Room Temperature Display Child Lock Low Battery On/Off Thermostat Flame On/Off only Flame On/Off & Modulation (6 Levels) Smart Thermostat Fan Speed Control (6 Levels) On/Off Auxiliary Outlet (120V) Constant Outlet (120V) Split flow ( ) Indicates included Features technical data remote control Supply voltage: Ambient temperature ratings: Radio frequency: 4.5 V (three 1.5 V AAA batteries) 0 to 50 C (32 to 122 F) 315 MHz receiver Supply voltage: Ambient temperature ratings: Radio frequency: 6.0 V (four 1.5 V AA batteries) 0 to 60 C (32 to 140 F) 315 MHz
5 fan control module (Proflame GTMF & GTMFS only) Supply voltage/frequency: Ambient temperature ratings: Three wires bus: Output voltage/frequency/current: Aux switched output: Fan speed output: 120 V / 60 Hz 0 to 60 C (32 to 140 F) two wires to provide DC voltage to the receiver; one wire gives uni-directionally signal from the receiver 120 V / 60 Hz / 5 A 120 V / 60 Hz / 2 A 120 V / 60 Hz / 1 A DFC control board Supply voltage Ambient temperature ratings Spark voltage Spark energy Spark frequency Tested gas types Pilot ignition source DC IN: 7Vdc - 200mA max (Class 2 power supply) BB IN: 6Vdc - 200mA max (four 1.5V size AA batteries) -18 to +80 C (0 to +176 F) >15kV >0,7mJ 1Hz the system has been tested both for NG, and LPG gas types/mixtures Intermittent/Continuous system COMPONENTS The Standalone System consists of four main elements: 1. Proflame Digital Fireplace Control (DFC) 2. Proflame 880, or 886 families of gas valves 3. Pilot assembly 4. Proflame DFC wiring harness to connect the DFC to the gas valve, and to the pilot burner The GTMS System consists of eight main elements: 1. Proflame GT Series 2. Proflame GT Series 3. Proflame Digital Fireplace Control (DFC) 4. Proflame Gas Valve 885 family (also the 880, 886 families are compatible) 5. Pilot assembly 6. Split Flow Control (optional) 7. Proflame GT Series wiring harness to connect the to the DFC wirings, to the Gas valve stepper motor, and to the Split Flow Control 8. Proflame DFC wiring harness to connect the DFC to the gas valve, and to the pilot burner The GTMFS System consists of nine elements: 1. Proflame GT Series 2. Proflame GT Series 3. Proflame Fan Control Module (FCM) 4. Proflame Digital Fireplace Control (DFC) 5. Proflame Gas Valve 885 family (also the 880, 886 families are compatible) 6. Pilot assembly 7. Split Flow Control (optional) 8. Proflame GT Series wiring harness to connect the to the FCM, to the DFC wirings, to the Gas valve stepper motor, and to the Split Flow Control 9. Proflame DFC wiring harness to connect the DFC to the gas valve, and to the pilot burner.
6 transmitter (remote Control with LCD Display) The Proflame uses a streamline design with a simple button layout and informative LCD displaywith blue back light (Fig.1). The transmitter is powered by 3 AAA type batteries. A Mode key is provided to index between the features and a Thermostat key Is used to turn on/ off or index through thermostat functions (Fig. 1 & 2A & 2B & 2C & 2D). Blue LCD display ON/OFF Key THERMOSTAT Key Up/Down Arrow Key MODE Key Fig. 1: Proflame. Transmission Thermostat OFF/ ON Child safety lock-out Low battery alarm Room Temperature Set Point Temperature/State Flame ON Fig. 2A: LCD display (Proflame GT configuration)
7 Transmission Thermostat OFF/ ON/SMART Child safety lock-out Low battery alarm Room Temperature Set Point Temperature/Level/State Flame ON Fig. 2B: LCD display (Proflame GTM configuration) Transmission Thermostat OFF/ ON/SMART Child safety lock-out Low battery alarm Room Temperature Set Point Temperature/Level/State Fan Flame ON Aux ON Fig. 2C: LCD display (Proflame GTMF configuration) Transmission Thermostat OFF/ ON/SMART Child safety lock-out Low battery alarm Room Temperature Set Point Temperature/Level/State Fan Flame ON Split flow Fig. 2D: LCD display (Proflame GTMFS configuration) Aux ON
8 receiver The Proflame (Fig. 3) connects directly to the gas valve stepper motor, and to the Fan Control Module with a wiring harness. The receiver is powered by 4 AA type batteries. The receiver accepts commands via radio frequency from the to operate the appliance in accordance with the particular Proflame system configuration. The slider switch can be set to one of these three positions: ON (Manual Override), Remote (Remote control) or OFF. PRG Key 12 PIN terminal 3 Positions Slider Fig. 3: Proflame body. Fan Control Module (Proflame GTMF & GTMFS only) Fan Control Module (FCM) offers the added ability to control the fan speed from off through six (6) speeds, a remotely actuated 120V outlet, and a constantly powered 120V outlet. The FCM provides DC power to the receiver allowing the batteries to be used only in the event of line power loss (Fig.4). Mains voltage supply cord module on/off switch communication bus (3 pin) FAN outlet plug Mains voltage plug AUX outlet plug Fig. 4: Fan Control Module.
9 DFC control board The Proflame Digital Fireplace Control (DFC) board is a device that allows the automatic ignition and pilot flame supervision, to command the functions of a hearth appliance, see fig.4a. It s configured to control the ON/OFF main burner operation, giving the choice of both IPI (intermittent pilot ignition), and CPI (continuous pilot ignition) modes. The Proflame DFC board controls and connects directly to the pilot assembly and an automatic valve of the Proflame 880, 886 and 885 families using low electric power. The DFC Board can be powered by an AC/DC wall adaptor and battery pack for back up (Stand Alone System). When used with the Proflame Remote System, with or without a split flow valve, the DFC Board can be powered by an AC/DC wall adaptor via specific wire harness using the receiver batteries for back up (GTM System). Additionally, the DFC Board can be powered by the Fan Control Module (FCM) via specific wire harness using the receiver batteries for back up (GTMF System). IONIZATION DIAGNOSTIC SPARK GROUND MAIN WIRING VALVE, COMMAND, POWER Fig. 4A: Proflame DFC Board.
10 installation The receiver can be placed inside a standard junction type wall box or a low temperature area of the appliance. Wall Mounting 1. Connect the wiring harness to the back of the receiver. 2. Install the receiver in the Junction box using the existing J box screws. (Fig. 5) 3. Insert the 4 AA type batteries in the battery compartment with the correct polarity. 4. Place the slider into the cover plate. 5. Put the receiver switch in the OFF position. 6. Make sure the receiver and cover plate words ON and UP are on the same side. 7. Align the slider with the switch on the receiver and couple the switch into the slider. 8. Align the screw holes. 9. Using the two (2) screws provided secure the cover plate to the receiver. Hearth Mounting 1. Connect the wiring harness to the back of the receiver. 2. Install the 4 AA type batteries in the battery compartment with the correct polarity. 3. Make sure the receiver and cover plate words ON and UP are on the same side. 4. Place the slider into the cover plate. 5. Align the slider with the switch on the receiver and couple the switch into the slider. 6. Using the two (2) screws provided secure the cover plate to the receiver. Fan Control module (Proflame GTMF & GTMFS only), and DFC control board The FCM must be placed in a low temperature area of the appliance. The Proflame DFC board should be placed in a low temperature area of the appliance. Connecting to the 880/886 Gas Valve and DFC control board The electrical connections must be in accordance to Fig. 6A. Fig. 5 ON / OFF CPI / IPI MODE Orange Green ON/OFF IPI/CPI Battery Holder Red BATTERY Black VALVE 880/886 Proflame 120 Vac INPUT 7 Vdc STABILIZED SUPPLY OUTPUT Chassis connection GROUND DC SUPPLY DFC 10 Fig. 6A: Proflame Standalone & 880/886 wiring diagram.
11 Connecting to the 885 Gas Valve and DFC control board (Proflame GTM & GTMS & GTMF & GTMFS only) The electrical connections must be in accordance to Fig. 6B ( GTM & GTMS) or 6C (GTMF & GTMFS). 120 Vac INPUT REMOTE 7 Vdc STABILIZED SUPPLY OUTPUT REMOTE DC SUPPLY MOTOR Pilot Orange Green 14 Pin Connector Pink Blue GTMS only Split Flow RECEIVER SPLIT FLOW Chassis connection 885 Remote control TH ON / OFF GROUND TPTH IPI/CPI DFC SUPPLY DC SUPPLY CPI / IPI MODE Fig. 6B: Proflame GTM & GTMS & 885 wiring diagram. REMOTE 120V OUT REMOTE FCM-COM MOTOR Pilot Orange Green 14 Pin Connector Pink Blue GTMFS only RECEIVER Split Flow SPLIT FLOW 885 Remote control Chassis connection TH ON / OFF GROUND TPTH IPI/CPI DFC SUPPLY DFC SUPPLY CPI / IPI MODE Fig. 6C: Proflame GTMF & GTMFS & 885 wiring diagram. 11
12 Preliminary check of a Standalone Proflame system Before applying any power supply to the DFC board please verify that the electrical connections are in accordance to Fig. 6A Initializing the System for the first time Set the main burner ON/OFF switch to the OFF position. If installed, set the pilot flame mode selector switch to the IPI position. Install 4 AA batteries into the battery holder, and respect the polarity indicated on the battery holder silkscreen. Connect the battery holder to the DFC s main wiring harness. Connect the AC/DC wall adapter to the DFC s DC-jack connector on the main wiring harness, and plug it into the wall mains supply. Setting the Appliance into Continuous Pilot ignition mode If installed on the wirings, set the IPI/CPI Pilot Mode Switch to the CPI position (switch closed). At that point the DFC ignition board will immediately complete the ignition sequence for the Pilot Flame, and then will remain with the Pilot Flame ON, waiting for a command to ignite the Main Burner Flame. Turning ON the Appliance Close the ON/OFF command contact on the ON/OFF wires, and this will command the DFC ignition board to Turn-ON the appliance s main burner. Turning OFF the Appliance Open the ON/OFF command contact on the ON/OFF wires, and this will command the DFC ignition board to Turn-OFF the appliance s main burner. NOTE: if the Continuous Pilot ignition mode is selected, the Pilot ON Flame will remain. To also turn it completely OFF, switch the appliance into Intermittent Pilot ignition mode, so set the IPI/CPI Pilot Mode Switch to the IPI position (switch opened). Command definitions Pilot IPI / CPI switch Main Turn ON switch Command reference name Commanded Fireplace State Opened, IPI Opened Turn-OFF Flames OFF Opened, IPI Closed Turn-ON Pilot + Main burner flames ON Closed, CPI Opened Pilot-ON Pilot flame ON Closed, CPI Closed Turn-ON Pilot + Main burner flames ON 12
13 Temperature indication Display With the system in the OFF position, press the Thermostat Key and the Mode Key at the same time. Look at the LCD screen on the to verify that a C or F is visible to the right of the Room Temperature display. (Fig. 7) OPERATING PROCEDURE for a remote control system Initializing the System for the first time Install the 4 AA batteries into the receiver battery bay. Note the polarity of the battery and insert into the battery bay as indicated on the Battery cover (+/-). Place the 3 position slider switch in the REMOTE position. (fig. 3) Insert the end of the paper clip or similar object into the hole marked PRG on the front cover (fig 3). The will beep three (3) times to indicate that it is ready to synchronize with a. Install the 3 AAA type batteries in the battery bay, located on the base of the. With the batteries already installed in the, push the ON button. The will beep four times to indicate the s command is accepted. The system is now initialized. Fig. 7: Remote Control display in Farenheit and Celsius. Setting the Appliance into Continuous Pilot ignition mode If installed on the wirings, set the IPI/CPI Pilot Mode Switch to the CPI position (switch closed). At that point the DFC ignition board will immediately complete the ignition sequence for the Pilot Flame, and then will remain with the Pilot Flame ON, waiting for a command to ignite the Main Burner Flame. Turning ON the Appliance Press the ON/OFF Key on the. The display will show all active Icons on the screen. At the same time the will command the DFC board to start the ignition process. Once the pilot flame is proven the DFC board will open the main valve outlet and the appliance main burner will ignite. A single beep from the will confirm reception of the command. Fig. 8: Remote Control display. Turning OFF the Appliance Press the ON/OFF Key on the. The LCD display will only show the room temperature and Icon (Fig. 8). At the same time the disconnects will command the DFC board to turn off the burner. Depending on the system model (IPI or CPI) the pilot may shut off (IPI) or remain lit (CPI) and the appliance burner turns OFF. A single beep from the confirms reception of the command. NOTE: if the Continuous Pilot ignition mode is selected, the Pilot ON Flame will remain. To also turn it completely OFF, switch the appliance into Intermittent Pilot ignition mode, so set the IPI/CPI Pilot Mode Switch to the IPI position (switch opened). 13
14 Flame Height Control Proflame GT: with the system on, and the flame present in the appliance, pressing the Down Arrow Key (Fig. 1) will turn OFF the flame while the remote system is still on. If the Up Urrow Key is pressed while in the above described state the flame will come on. ( Fig. 9A & 9D) Proflame GTM & GTMF: has six (6) flame levels. With the system on, and the flame level at the maximum in the appliance, pressing the Down Arrow Key (Fig. 1) once will reduce the flame height by one step until the flame is turned OFF. The Up Arrow Key will increase the flame height each time it is pressed. If the Up Arrow Key is pressed while the system is on but the flame is off, the flame will come on in the high position. ( Fig. 9A & 9B & 9C& 9D ) A single beep will confirm reception of the command. Fig. 8: Fig. 9A: Flame Off Fig. 9B: Flame Level 1 Fig. 9: Fig. 9C: Flame level 5 Fig. 9D: Flame Level Maximum Split flow function ( GTMS & GTMFS only ) The secondary burner is controlled by the split Flow. To activate this function use the Mode Key (Fig. 1) to index to the SPLIT FLOW icon (Fig. 9E & 9F). Pressing the Up Arrow Key will activate the secondary burner. Pressing the Down Arrow Key will turn the secondary burner OFF. A single beep will confirm the reception of the command. 14 Fig. 9: Fig. 9E Fig. 9F
15 Room Thermostat ( Operation) The Remote Control can operate as a room thermostat. The thermostat can be set to a desired temperature to control the comfort level in a room. To activate this function, press the Thermostat Key (Fig. 1). The Lcd display on the will change to show that the room thermostat is ON and the set temperature is now displayed (Fig. 10). To adjust the set temperature, press the Up or Down Arrow Keys until the desired set temperature is displayed on the LCD screen of the (Fig. 11). ROOM TEMPERATURE SET TEMPERATURE Fig. 10 Fig. 11 Smart Thermostat ( Operation) (Proflame GTM & GTMF & GTMFS only) The Smart Thermostat function adjusts the flame height in accordance to the difference between the set point temperature and the actual room temperatures. As the room temperature gets closer to the set point the Smart Function will modulate the flame down. To activate this function, press the Thermostat Key (Fig. 1) until the word "SMART" appears to the right of the temperature bulb graphic (Fig. 12). To adjust the set temperature, press the Up or Down Arrow Keys until the desidered set temperature is displayed on the LCD screen of the (Fig. 13). Fig. 12: Smart flame function Fig
16 Fan Speed Control (Proflame GTMF & GTMFS only) If the appliance is equipped with a hot air circulating fan, the speed of the fan can be controlled by the Proflame system. The fan speed can be adjusted through six (6) speeds. To activate this function use the Mode Key (fig.1) to index to the fan control icon (Fig. 14). Use the Up/Down Arrow Keys (fig.1) to turn on, off or adjust the fan speed (fig. 15). A single beep will confirm reception of the command. Fig. 14 Fig. 15 Remote Actuated 120V Auxiliary Outlet (Proflame GTMF & GTMFS only) The auxiliary function controls the AUX power outlet on the Fan Control Module. To activate this function use the Mode Key (fig. 1) to index to the AUX icon (fig. 16 & 17). Pressing the Up Arrow Key will activate the outlet. Pressing the Down Arrow Key will turn the outlet off. A single beep will confirm the reception of the command. Fig. 16 Fig
17 Key lock This function will lock the keys to avoid unsupervised operation. To activate this function, press the MODE and UP keys at the same time (Fig. 18). To de-activate this function, press the MODE and UP keys at the same time. Fig. 18 Low Battery Power detection The life span of the remote control batteries depends on various factors: quality of the batteries used, the number of ignitions of the appliance, the number of changes to the room thermostat set point, etc. When the transmitter batteries are low, an Icon will appear on the LCD display of the transmitter (Fig. 19) before all battery power is lost. When the batteries are replaced this Icon will disappear. Fig. 19 The life span of the receiver batteries depends on various factors: quality of the batteries used, the number of ignitions of the appliance, the number of changes to the room thermostat set point, etc. When the receiver batteries are low, No beep will be emitted from the receiver when it receives an On/Off command from the transmitter. This is an alert for a low battery condition for the receiver. When the batteries are replaced the beep will be emitted from the receiver when the ON/OFF key is pressed (See Initialization of The System). 17
18 Manual override If the batteries of the or are low or depleted, the appliance can still be turned on manually by sliding to the ON position the three position slider switch on the. This will bypass the remote control feature of the system and the appliance main burner will Turn-ON. APPENDIX Command definitions Pilot IPI / CPI Position of the Command reference Commanded Fireplace switch receiver slider switch name State Opened, IPI OFF REMOTE and OFF received Turn-OFF Flames OFF Opened, IPI ON REMOTE and ON received Turn-ON Pilot + Main burner flames ON Closed, CPI OFF REMOTE and OFF received Pilot-ON Pilot flame ON Closed, CPI ON REMOTE and ON received Turn-ON Pilot + Main burner flames ON 18
19 dimensional drawings 115 PRG REMOTE REMOTE PRG Hearth mounted 115 REMOTE PRG Wall mounted REMOTE PRG 42 DFC Control Board FCM Dimensions are in millimeters 19
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User and installation manual aquaero 5 The information contained in this manual is subject to change without prior notice. All rights reserved. Current as of April 2011 ENGLISH: PAGE 1 DEUTSCH: SEITE 13