Sensor operated faucets

The Serin line of faucets have a range of power options, including a long-life battery pack and a sensor that can recalibrate itself.

11/18/2014


The Serin collection offers reliable performance and a range of power Options, including a long-life battery pack. Courtesy: American StandardThe Serin line of faucets by American Standard have deck- and wall-mount options and the faucet’s sensor is hidden in the spout tip, reducing potential vandalism. The faucets offer self-adapting sensor technology that automatically sets the faucet's detection range by scanning the sink environment at start-up. The sensor recalibrates itself every two minutes to compensate for soap, water droplets and dirt on the sensor lens or sink. Specifiers can choose a low flow rate of 0.5 gpm with pressure compensating multi-laminar spray, or a 1.5 gpm flow rate with pressure compensating laminar flow.

American Standard

www.americanstandard.com



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