Water conservation isn't a novel concept, but emerging forces are creating renewed attention among commercial property owners. With the prospect of water resources drying up, facility executives and home owners must find new ways to conserve water. Autotaps have introduce ATT-1103 for residential use, the battery-powered tap features an infrared sensor and manually control.
A control box (included in most of our sensor tap package i.e. ATX-Series, ATS-Series, ATO-Series) is a control unit/hub which sits or mounted underneath the sink as part of a typical sensor electronic tap installation process. Most of our sensor tap ranges come with a control box, except AMA Series or ATT Seriesrange.
The control box is like a hub which enables water to flow IN (from main water supply) and OUT (to sensor tap). When you open up a control box, you will find a solenoid valve, power connections (Mains and battery compartment), transformer, LED connections and infrared signal wire connection.
Inside Autotaps new control box, you'll find the following:
A solenoid valve is a device that allows or restricts water from passing through it. It has a built-in magnetic latch that opens and closes whenever an electric signal is sent or received from the infrared sensor. The versatile design of our new control box can incorporate 1 or 2 solenoid valves or hydro-turbine generator to be fitted.
With Autotaps new design, we've incorporated the transformer inside the box. The transformer is ultra-sonically sealed 2 times for added protection. The wire connections are further protected using IPV6 approval-seal/protection.
The battery compartment holds 4 AA alkaline batteries. The battery can be used in conjuction with the Main power supply. For example, if the power goes, the DC battery power will automatically take over. The battery should last upto 2 years on an average usage of 16,000 cycles per month (Av. 500 cycles a day)
LED Power Indicator
This new feature gives the user a snapshot of which power is being used at any particular time. There are two LED lights for each DC (Battery) or AC (Mains) power connection.
These are various cables connecting the DC battery and Mains AC power together and feeding required current to the solenoid valve and the infrared sensor.
Sensor cable Connection
The sensor cable is connected to the solenoid valve (to receive signals from the infrared motherboard) and to the power supply in order to get necessary current needed for activation.
We have electronic taps which are versatile; can be powered by batteries or electric or both. Some of our sensor taps have temperature adjustment controls, which allow the temperature to be manually adjusted according to user's preference.
All our automatic taps are suitable for education, retail, home, public, offices, industrial and health care applications.
We have introduced new control boxes for our sensor automatic taps to expand Autotaps product offering and adapt to the dynamic requirements we are beginning to see in different commercial and domestic niches. Our bold new designs are constructed using the highest quality standard and reliability.
We are a one-stop source for electronic infrared sensor taps and nothing else. We only focus on sensor taps, which gives us the ability to create well-rounded high quality products.
We always ensure that we capture today’s design styles and trends, Autotaps products possesses ‘low arc’ and ‘high arc’, swivel-neck construction styles that gives our automatic taps a smooth, updated look to any style of sink.
Autotaps Limited have designed and manufactured commercial solid brass taps, and we are today’s industry exclusive source for electronic taps, plumbing fixtures and accessories. We aim to supply commercial sector, industrial, health care, recreation, education, and restaurant markets worldwide.
Autotaps sensor taps incorporate state-of-the-art infrared technology that's stable, reliable with highest quality and fastest response time.
All our taps feature water conservation of around 0.5 gallons per minute (GPM) with vandal-resistant body structure. They are drip-free designs, and electronically activated using state-of-the-art infrared technology activation.
Everybody is driven by the growing concern over germs on toilets and washroom surfaces, and an increasing number of commercial, private, and public buildings are now installing automatic taps, flushers, cleaning systems, and other touch-free sensor devices. In addition to sanitation issues, other factors are also contributing to this trend.
One technology that has had the biggest impact is infra red sensor.
The infra red sensors allow public restroom tap fixtures to operate without the user's ever touching a button, tap or the handle.
They have been solid performers, and builders and architechs installed them in washrooms, kitchens, restuarants, schools, homes, offices etc, with an estimated 15 to 20 percent of new commercial buildings adopting the technology