Automatic Sensor Faucet/Tap

Transforming electrical energy into motion, the solenoid physically starts and stops the water flow.
Our products use “latching” solenoid valves. The solenoid valve is initially energized to start
the water flow; the plunger is driven into the range of a permanent magnet which in turn holds
the plunger in the “open” position. In order to return the plunger into its original “closed” position
the solenoid is once again “pulsed” but this time by reversing polarity.

 

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Description

Our automatic sensor taps combine four key components: Solenoid valve, infrared sensor, power source, and a tap unit/shell.

Solenoid valve

Transforming electrical energy into motion, the solenoid physically starts and stops the water flow. Auto sensor taps products use “latching” solenoid valves. The solenoid valve is initially energized to start the water flow; the plunger is driven into the range of a permanent magnet which in turn holds the plunger in the “open” position. In order to return the plunger into its original “closed” position the solenoid is once again “pulsed” but this time by reversing polarity.

Infrared sensor component

When the sensor senses the presence of an object (i.e. user’s hands) in front of the tap and sends a signal to the solenoid valve to initiate the flow of water. When the object is no longer present, the infrared unit sends an electronic signal to the solenoid valve again to terminate the flow of water usually after a few seconds.

Power source

Most of our Auto sensor tap  models have the possibility to be powered by regular AA batteries (Alkaline) or by mains via a 6V transformer. Batteries and transformers are included with most of our products.

Solid Brass body

The body/shell delivers the water. Auto sensor tap  puts special emphasis in design and quality. Even if the tap is electronic it must be in tune with the style of every specific place. We produce electronic taps with different styles to match every decorative theme.