Michael, when I say broader, I mean that some terms can have a loose definition. If firebrick can mean different things/be made up from different materials, and chamotte translates as firebrick, then maybe chamotte may not be all that clearly defined. With a lot of these ceramic materials, it's only the manufacturer that knows it's true specifications/baking properties.
For a stone of that size, 5 kg is actually a bit light- much lighter than cordierite of the same dimensions. From the photos it looks like cordierite, but now that I know the weight, I'm sure it's not. For now, let's just call it firebrick, and, until you get more precise specs from the manufacturer, the conductivity is a bit of a question. If it contains a lot of alumina, that's good- as alumina is very conductive. If, on the other hand, it contains a lot of silica, that's bad. As I've mentioned before, though, it's thick and thick is good.
Regardless of what it's conductivity actually is, I highly recommend an 80 minute pre-heat- at least once.
That fan symbol = convection, so, yes, you're using the convection feature of your oven.