AUTOMATIC TOILET FLUSHER GENERAL INFORMATION
|Model No.||Type||Material||NW./GW.||Warranty||Inner package||Outer package||Quantity per carton|
|KEG-GB-8306AD||Automatic Toilet Flush||304 S/S brush||4.1/4.3KG||One Year||378*165*112mm||520*390*475mm||12pcs|
AUTOMATIC TOILET FLUSHER TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
|Working power||Average static power consumption||Instant dynamic power consumption||Working water pressure||Sensor distance||Error detection time||Environment temperature||Medium temperature||Inlet/Outlet diameter|
|DC6V & AC220V||<50uA||<2.5W||0.2-0.7MPa||60±5cm to white board (about 45cm to body)||<3 second||1~40℃||0~65℃||G1″|
How to install automatic toilet flush?
Touchless Toilet Flusher Troubleshooting
|Problem||Possible Reason||Suggested Solution|
|No water flow||Batteries run out||Replace batteries|
|Dirt on sensor surface||Clean the sensor surface|
|Main water supply is shut off||Turn main water supply on|
|Dirt on water filter net||Clean the water filter net|
|Water pressure is not applicable||Refer to technical specification|
|Have a continuous water flow problem||Batteries run out||Replace batteries|
|Low water pressure||Refer to technical specification|
People who are asking more:
How Does automatic toilet flusher Work?
Automatic toilet flusher uses infrared sensor technology that will flush automatically after leaving, the sensor detects and gives a pulse signal to the solenoid valve, when you leave, flush automatically. Microchip controls all the processes.
Do AUTO toilet FLUSH need electricity?
Auto toilet flushers need electricity for sure. Both the sensor and solenoid valve works need electricity power.
Normally three choices:
DC: 4xAA alkaline 6V batteries;
AC: use a transformer to transfer power from 220V/380V to 6V;
DC/AC：Both DC/AC models existed, firstly use AC power to work, if AC no power then DC start to work.
How long do batteries last in AUTOMATIC FLUSHer for toilets?
6V with 4xAA alkaline batteries shall last approximately 3000 times/month for 1.5 to 2 years.
how to manually flush a toilet?
Normally there is a manual button on top of the cistern. If the automatic flush and remote control functions fail, you can active the manual button.