Electronic Sensor Faucet KEG-8700D/A/AD

The electronic sensor faucet KEG-8700D/A/AD uses active infrared sensor technology that allows you to start the flow of water without touching the faucet. For the sensor and solenoid valve, it needs electronic power. It can be AC powered with a power plug and power adapter or DC battery power, it can also combine both AC and DC power.The touchless faucet with temperature control has an adjustable handle that can adjust the water temperature.

  • Brand: KEGE
  • Item No: KEG-8700D/A/AD
  • Easy installation and cleaning
  • All-IN-ONE integrated cold and hot water adjustable,temperature control
  • Hygienic, bacteria and germs free without touching

Features:

  • Touchless wave-on sensor: wave the sensor without touch, water flows, wave again, water stops. Water stops automatically after 1min continuously flow.
  • The water temperature adjusting handle is designed to meet with requirements of hot and cold water setting.
  • Water-saving: Water-efficient faucet reduces overall water usage without sacrificing water.
  • Check valve inside the faucet body.
  • Energy-saving: 4AA alkaline batteries shall last approximately 3000 times/month for one year.
  • Easy installation and cleaning.
  • Outside connected battery box for a convenient changing between AC,DC and AD.
  • Healthy and Safe: with the touch-free faucet, it can prevent the spread of bacteria and germs. It’s not only time-saving but also hygienic.

Active infrared sensor

Active infrared touchless sensors use the emission and reception of infrared beams to detect the presence and/or movement of objects or people in their field of detection. The technology is ideal for applications requiring a long and narrow detection range.

infrared touchless sensor icon for touchless faucet

All-IN-ONE Cold and Hot Touchless Faucet KEG-8700D/A/AD SPECIFICATION

Power Supply                         Applicable water pressure  Applicable water temperature  Ambient temperature  Inlet/Outlet diameter 
DC: AA alkaline battery 4 / 4 × AA  0.05~0.7MPa  0.1-60℃  0.1~45℃  G1/2 and  G3/8 
AC:110V-240V  50Hz-60Hz
DC & AC Above two

Touchless Tap KEG-8700D/A/AD Installation Diagram

Motion sensor faucet 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
Having leakage after turning off the faucet Low water pressure Refer to technical specification
Dirt on water filter net Clean the water filter net

People who are asking more:

A touchless faucet uses active infrared sensor technology that allows you to start the flow of water without touching the faucet. Instead, just place your hand in front of the sensor will start the water flow, and the water will stop when you take your hand away.
If you forget to close the no-touch faucet, no problem, the sensor IC and program will control the water to stop automatically after 3mins continuously flow, time can be set.
More excitingly, the design of most touchless faucets is stylish and elegant to fit all basins, sinks, or lavatory, from classic to modern.

Yes, the touchless faucet is quite reliable. The technology of the infrared sensor is stable and developed for many years. Every KEGE touchless faucets are tested by life testing, the valve on/off testing, infrared sensor distance testing, and salt spraying testing. Sensor lifespan:500,000 times on and off, valve lifespan:1,000,000 times opening.

In the future of modern smart homes, a touchless bathroom faucet is also one core part. They’re cool, for one thing, as their motion sensors always give you some sort of smart, modern techy feelings. Plus, a touch-free faucet keeps your fixture and bathroom clean, it’s a good hygienic choice and decreases the risk of contracting viruses and diseases.

Touchless faucets use infrared sensor technology that allows you to start the flow of water without touching the faucet. Instead, just placing your hand under the spout sensor, the sensor will give the solenoid valve a signal to open, then the water will start flow; When you take your hand away, the sensor will indicate the solenoid valve to close, then water flow will stop.

The touchless faucet needs electricity for sure. Both the sensor and solenoid valve works need electricity power. Normally three choices: DC 6V: 4xAA alkaline batteries; AC: using a transformer to transfer power from 220V/380V to 6V; Both DC/AC models existed, firstly use AC power to work, if AC no power then DC start to work.

6V with 4xAA alkaline batteries shall last approximately 3000 times/month for one year.

1. Battery issue: battery no power or battery installed in the wrong direction.
2. Sensor issue: the sensor got damaged, the surface was not clean, or the waterproof cable connection issue.
3. Solenoid valve issue: the filter in the valve is blocked or the valve is damaged.

For more, please check the troubleshooting.

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