I have a Superior SSDVR3530CNM gas fireplace, which I'm trying to find a proper thermostat for.
The manual recommends this one:
However, it doesn't seem like they are sold anymore. (Or I'm not searching the right way.) It also recommends a couple of remotes, but I don't like how they look and the ones that I found for sale were like $150, which I think it's a bit expensive compared for what you can get for that money from a 'regular' thermostat these days.
The problem is that I'm not sure whether it's any 24V thermostat (which most of them seem to be these days) or it has to be somehow 'gas-fireplace-aware' (e.g. not to switch on and off too often or something like that).
So, the question is -- do I just pick a random 24V thermostat from Amazon and it should work? Or is there any other considerations I need to take into account?