selectronic - American Standard

Installation Inst ru ct io n s
SELECTRONIC®
EXPOSED TOILET FLUSH VALVE
AC POWERED PROXIMITY
MODEL NUMBERS
606B.111 606B.121 606B.161 606B.721 606B.761
1.1, 1.28, 1.6,
1.6/1.1 & 1.28/1.1 GPF
COVER PLATE
(Required for Front Installation Only)
Exposed Flush Valve
for 1-1/2" Top Spud Bowls
CAUTION: Use only American Standard supplied
transformers and cable sets. Using non-AS supplied
cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying any components
will void the warranty.
Certified to comply with ASME A112.19.2
© 2018 AS America, Inc.
NOTE TO INSTALLER: Please give this manual to the customer after installation.
To learn more about American Standard Selectronic® Products visit our website at: www.americanstandard-us.com
or e-mail us at: CRTTEAM@americanstandard.com
For Parts, Service, Warranty or other Assistance,
please call (844) CRT-TEAM / (844) 278-8326 (In Canada: 1-800-387-0369)
(In Toronto Area only: 1-905-306-1093)
© 2018 AS America Inc.
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Thank you for selecting American-Standard...the benchmark of fine quality for over 100 years. To ensure that your
installation proceeds smoothly--please read these instructions carefully before you begin.
UNPACKING
All American Standard Products Are Water Tested At Our Factory.
Some Residual Water May Remain In The Valve During Shipping.
Remove the Flush Valve items from the carton. The illustration below shows all items after they have been
removed from the carton. Some items may be packaged partially assembled to other items.
1. Installation Instructions
2. Flush Valve Body Assembly
3. Vacuum Breaker Tube
4. Spud Coupling Nut and Washers
5. Spud Flange
6. Wall Escutcheon
7. Cover Tube
8. Sweat Adapter
9. Stop Valve
CARE INSTRUCTIONS:
DO: CLEAN THE PRODUCT WITH CLEAR WATER, DRY WITH A SOFT COTTON FLANNEL CLOTH.
DO NOT:D
O NOT CLEAN THE PRODUCT WITH SOAPS, ACID, POLISH, ABRASIVES, HARSH CLEANERS,
OR A CLOTH WITH A COARSE SURFACE.
DO NOT REMOVE PROTECTIVE FILM FROM SENSOR
EYE UNTIL INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE.
7
2
6
8
9
POWER KIT - SOLD SEPARATELY
Hard-Wire AC
Power Kit
(PK00.HAC)
COVER PLATE
(Required For
Front Installation
Only)
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I n stal l ation I ns tru cti o ns
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SELECTRONIC®
EXPOSED TOILET FLUSH VALVE
AC POWERED PROXIMITY
1.1, 1.28, 1.6,
1.6/1.1 & 1.28/1.1 GPF
Multi-AC
Power Kit
+SN331P DF ,
MODEL NUMBERS
6067.111 6067.121 6067.161 6067.721 6067.761
6068.111 6068.121 6068.161 6068.721 6068.761
COVER PLATE
(Required for Front Installation Only)
Exposed Flushometer
for 1-1/2" Top Spud Bowls
CAUTION: Use only American Standard supplied
transformers and cable sets. Using non-AS supplied
cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying any components
will void the warranty.
© 2015 AS America, Inc.
NOTE TO INSTALLER: Please give this manual to the customer after installation.
To learn more about American Standard Selectronic® Products visit our website at: www.americanstandard-us.com
or e-mail us at: CRTTEAM@americanstandard.com
For Parts, Service, Warranty or other Assistance,
please call (844) CRT-TEAM / (844) 278-8326 (In Canada: 1-800-387-0369)
(In Toronto Area only: 1-905-306-1093)
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Roughing-in Dimensions (Front Installation Shown)
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
SELECTRONIC® PROXIMITY TOILET
FLUSH VALVE for 1-1/2" Top Spud Fixtures
Right or Left Hand Installation
See (Section 5) for converting Flush
Valve to Left Hand Installation.
CAUTION: Use only American Standard supplied
transformers and cable sets. Using non-AS supplied
cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying any components
will void the warranty.
4" (102 mm) SQ. BOX DEVICE COVER (PLASTER RING).
3/4" (19 mm) HIGH Hubbel-RACO #779 OR EQUAL
(BY CONTRACTOR).
NOTE: INSTALL PLASTER RING SO THAT SCREW
HOLES ARE ON THE LEFT AND RIGHT SIDE OF BOX.
FINISHED TILE WALL
DETAIL “A”
FINISHED PLASTER WALL
4" (102 mm) SQ. x 3-1/2" (89 mm) DEEP ELECTRICAL BOX
Hubbel-RACO #256 OR EQUAL (BY CONTRACTOR).
FINISHED WALL
SEE DETAIL “A”
73 mm
(2-7/8")
MANUAL
OVERRIDE
BUTTON
51 mm (2") HOLE
FOR CONDUIT
305 mm MAX.
(12" MAX.)
DETECTION ZONE:
400 - 800 mm (15-3/4" – 31-1/2")
(FACTORY SETTING: 600 mm (23-5/8")
15˚
114 mm
(4-1/2")
86 mm
(3-3/8)
(1" NPT)
-C-L292 mm
(11-1/2")
*-C-L152 mm MIN.
(6") MIN.
406 mm
(16")
108 - 134 mm
(4-1/4" – 5-1/4")
170 mm MAX.
(6-11/16") MAX.
TOP OF
FIXTURE
*Note: The Critical Line (-C-L-) on Vacuum
Breaker must typically be 6 " (152mm) above
fixture. Consult Codes for details.
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RECOMMENDED TOOLS; Fig. 2.
Fig. 2
1. Teflon Tape
2. Flat Blade Screwdriver
3. Adjustable Wrench
4. Tape Measure
5. Hacksaw
6. Tubing Cutter
7. File
8. For Sweat Connection; Solder and Torch
9. 2.5 mm Hex Wrench
10. 1.5 mm Hex Wrench
2
1
3
4
10'
6
8
5
7
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
9
10
• Flush all water lines prior to operation. Dirt and debris
can cause flush valve to run continuously.
Note: Prior to installing the Selectronic™Flush
Valve the following items must be installed.
1. Toilet
2. Drain line
3. Water supply line
• With the exception of Stop Valve Inlet, DO NOT
use pipe sealant or plumbing grease on any
valve component or coupling!
• Protect the chrome or special finish on the Flushometer.
DO NOT USE toothed tools on finished surfaces to install
or service these valves. Also see “Care and Cleaning”
section of this manual.
IMPORTANT:
•A
ll plumbing and electrical wiring should be
installed in accordance with applicable codes
and regulations.
• The use of water hammer arrestors is strongly recommended for commercial applications. All piping
behind the walls should be properly secured and
fastened.
• Water supply lines must be sized to provide an
adequate volume of water for each fixture.
• This product contains mechanical and/or electrical
components that are subject to normal wear. These
components should be checked on a regular basis and
replaced as needed to maintain the valve’s performance.
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FLUSH VALVE INSTALLATION
Fig.3
FINISHED WALL
1 INSTALL SWEAT ADAPTER; Fig. 3
CAUTION
A
Turn water supplies off before
beginning
(A-B)=
C
Note: Install Optional Sweat Adapter (Supplied) for
copper pipe supply line.
1. M
easure the distance (A) from the finished wall to the
center of the inlet spud on the fixture.
B
32mm
(1-1/4")
FILE EDGES
2. Cut the supply pipe 1-1/4" (A-B=C) shorter than the
measurement taken in Step 1. File any rough edges off
the end of the supply pipe.
CLEAN
ADAPTER
3. Clean the end of the supply pipe. Push the threaded
Adapter until it is seated against the internal stop.
Sweat the Adapter to the pipe.
SOLDER
ADAPTER
Fig. 4
FINISHED WALL
2
INSTALL COVER TUBE, WALL
ESCUTCHEON and STOP VALVE; Fig. 4
X
TEFLON TAPE
1. M
easure from finished wall to first thread of Adapter or threaded supply pipe (dimension “X”). Cut COVER TUBE (1) to length (X). Apply Teflon Tape to the threaded end of the Adapter or supply pipe.
2
2. Push WALL ESCUTCHEON (2) onto the COVER TUBE (1). Slide both onto the SUPPLY PIPE (3).
1
3
2
3. Push the COVER TUBE (1) in to expose the threads of the supply pipe. With a wrench, thread the STOP VALVE (4)
onto the SUPPLY PIPE (3). Align and tighten.
X
4
4. Pull COVER TUBE (1) against STOP VALVE (4) and push WALL ESCUTCHEON (2) against finished wall.
3
CENTER LINE OF
FIXTURE SPUD
1
I NSTALL VACUUM BREAKER
Fig. 5
TUBE; Fig. 5
1. Place the SPUD FLANGE (1) over the spud on the Fixture.
2. Place FRICTION WASHER (3) and SEAL WASHER
(4) inside SPUD COUPLING NUT (2) and thread
onto Spud. Do not tighten fully.
5
3. Insert the VACUUM BREAKER TUBE (5) into the
SPUD COUPLING NUT (2) and push it down.
2
Note: If cutting VACUUM BREAKER TUBE (5) to size,
note that Critical Line (C/L) on Vacuum Breaker
must typically be 6" (152mm) above fixture. Consult
Code for details.
1
5
3
4
1-1/2" TOP SPUD
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F
LUSH OUT SUPPLY LINES; Fig. 6
4
Fig. 6
2
1. R
emove STOP VALVE COVER (1) from STOP VALVE (2).
REMOVE COVER
2. Open STOP VALVE (2) with a flat blade screwdriver.
1
3. Turn on water supply to flush line of any debris or
sediment.
2
4. Close STOP VALVE (2) and replace STOP VALVE
COVER (1).
5
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE
OPENS STOP VALVE
LEFT OR RIGHT HAND
INSTALLATION; Fig. 7
CLOCKWISE CLOSES
STOP VALVE
The unit is shipped with the adjustable tailpiece on
the right side. If needed, the orientation can be
modified by following the steps below.
Fig. 7
1. L
oosen SET SCREW (1) with 2.5mm Hex Wrench (4) in back of FLUSH VALVE COVER (2).
2
2
1
2. Rotate FLUSH VALVE COVER (2) to the right and lift off.
3
3. Rotate FLUSH VALVE BODY (3) 180˚
4
4. Replace COVER (2) and rotate until key engages. Tighten SET SCREW (1).
6
180˚
INSTALL FLUSH VALVE; Fig. 8, 8a
KEY
1. Insert ADJUSTABLE TAILPIECE (1) into the STOP
VALVE (2). Lubricate the O-RING (3) with water if
necessary. Lightly tighten COUPLING NUT (4). Fig. 8.
2
Important: Do not use lubricants (other than water) or
any type of thread sealing paste or tape.
4 1
2. Align the FLUSH VALVE BODY (5) directly above the
VACUUM BREAKER TUBE (7) and VACUUM BREAKER
COUPLING NUT (6). Fig. 8a.
Note: There is a +13mm, -6mm (+1/2, -1/4) tolerance for
the 121mm (4-3/4) dimension.
3. Pull the VACUUM BREAKER TUBE (7) up to meet the threaded FLUSH VALVE BODY (5), hand tighten the VACUUM
BREAKER COUPLING NUT (6). Align all components of the flush valve assembly. Fig. 8a.
4. Lightly tighten the COUPLING
NUT (4) connection first,
then the VACUUM BREAKER
COUPLING NUT (6) and finally the SPUD COUPLING
NUT (8). Once alligned correctly, use a wrench to
tighten couplings to make water tight connections.
Fig. 8a.
Fig. 8
Fig. 8a
121mm,+13mm, -6mm
(4-3/4)(+1/2, -1/4)
2
4
5
1
3
4
6
6
7
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Fig. 9
10' EXTENSION
2
INSTALL
POWER SUPPLY AND
MAKE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS;
Fig. 9 (remote and front installation)
7
CAUTION
7
Ensure that the line power to bathroom
is OFF prior to making connections.
BLACK & WHITE
POWER
CONNECTIONS
1. Connect Black and White power connections to AC
TRANSFORMER (1). Mount AC TRANSFORMER (1)
onto ELECTRICAL BOX (2).
1
NOTE: AC Transformer must be installed on the outside of
the Electrical Box.
2. Connect the 10' EXTENSION CABLE (sold seperately)
to the CONVERTER (7).
ELECTRICAL BOX
8 INSTALL
8a INSTALL CONDUIT,
(BY OTHERS); Fig. 10
ESCUTCHEON AND SENSOR
CABLE; Fig. 10
FRONT INSTALLATION (with optional cover plate)
Note: The ELECTRICAL BOX (1) can be installed in
any location along the marked arc.
1. Drill a 2" diameter hole (shown in Fig. 10) in the finished
wall for the CONDUIT (2).
Cut a 105 x 105 mm (4-1/8" x 4-1/8") opening in finished
wall for ELECTRICAL BOX (1) (by others) and follow
installation template provided in box. See Fig. 10.
3. Slide ESCUTCHEON (1) onto CONDUIT (2).
2. Pull 27" EXTENSION CABLE (3 ) through CONDUIT (2).
4. For front installation, connect the 10' EXTENSION
CABLE (4) to the 27" EXTENSION CABLE (3). Secure
this connection with the CONNECTOR LOCKING
DEVICE (5) and place inside electrical box.
REMOTE INSTALLATION FOR POWER SUPPLY
5. Slide ESCUTCHEON (1) tight against finished wall and
secure by tightening SET SCREW (6).
Mount a 4" x 4" x 2-1/2" (102 x 102 x 64 mm),
ELECTRICAL BOX (1) (by others) within 10'
from the installed flush valve. See Fig. 10.
Fig.10 (TOP SPUD FIXTURE ILLUSTRATED)
Finished Wall
4
7
10'
SMALL END
305mm
(12" MAX.)
9
5
1
3
2
6
8
86mm
(3-3/8")
Electrical Box (by others) is only
required for Front Installation.
SUPPLY
(3/4" NPT)
(51mm) 2" DIA.
HOLE FOR
CONDUIT
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Fig.10b
Unit #1
Unit #2
Already installed
3
2a
Unit #3
2
1
BLACK & WHITE
POWER
CONNECTIONS
(See electrical installation
instructions, page 5)
*MAXIMUM OF 15 UNITS PER TRANSFORMER.
10' MAXIMUM CABLE LENGTH BETWEEN UNITS.
8b MULTI-AC VERSION (DAISY-CHAIN); Fig. 10b.
CAUTION
Ensure that the line power to bathroom
is OFF prior to making connections.
Important: All cover plates must be removed before beginning to make daisy-chain connections.
Note: For Unit #1 electrical instructions, refer to section #7 & #8a (page 5).
For subsequent Units, refer to section #7 (page 5), as well as instructions below...
1. Connect one end of the 27" EXTENSION CABLE (1) to one of the two available terminals on the one end of the
Y-ADAPTER (2).
2. Take the 10' EXTENSION (3) and connect one end to the single terminal of Y-ADAPTER (2), and
the other end to available terminal of the previous unit’s Y-ADAPTER (2a).
3. Repeat process for each subsequent unit.
4. Place Y-ADAPTERS (2) into respective electrical box.
5. Reconnect the first unit’s Y-ADAPTER (2a) to power supply once all daisy-chain unit connections have been made.
CAUTION: Use only American Standard supplied transformers
and cable sets. Using non-AS supplied cables, or cutting,
splicing or modifying any components will void the warranty.
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CONNECTIONS
9
COVER
PLATE FRAME AND
COVER PLATE INSTALLATION
Fig.
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Fig.10a
SLOT
SLOT
(front installation); Fig. 11
1
1. After power supply is remotely installed and wire
connections are completed, install the COVER PLATE FRAME (1) onto the ELECTRICAL BOX (2).
3
2
2. Install the two tabs on the back side of the COVER PLATE
(3) into the two Slots located on the top edge of the
COVER PLATE FRAME (1). Push on bottom until it snaps
into place.
TABS
CAUTION: Use only American Standard supplied transformers
and cable sets. Using non-AS supplied cables, or cutting,
splicing or modifying any components will void the warranty.
MAINTENANCE
Fig. 12
1
REMOVE COVER
DJUST STOP VALVE; Fig. 12
A A
3
IMPORTANT: To avoid overflowing, the STOP
VALVE (3) must never be opened to the point
where the flow from the valve exceeds the
draining ability of the fixture.
2
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE
OPENS STOP VALVE
1. After installation is complete, peel off the PROTECTIVE
FILM (1) from the sensor. Standing to one side, block the sensor with your hand for 10 seconds.
CLOCKWISE CLOSES
STOP VALVE
Remove your hand and listen for audible “click” from
within the valve.
2. Remove STOP VALVE COVER (2) from STOP VALVE (3).
Turn on water supply 1/4 turn to 1/2 turn (CCW) and test
for leaks.
Note: Unit may flush for approximately 5 to 10 sec. when
water is first turned on. If flow persists, turn water off and
repeat step #1 above.
3. Actuate the FLUSH VALVE:
A) Cover sensor with hand for 10 seconds.
NOTE: Stand outside of sensor detection area.
B) Remove hand from sensor detection area; unit will
flush in approximately 3 seconds.
4. Adjust STOP VALVE (3) after each flush until the stated flush volume is achieved, no splashing occurs and the fixture is properly cleansed.
5. When adjustment is complete, replace STOP VALVE
COVER (2) and tighten to ensure vandal-resistance.
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B SET DETECTION RANGE
Fig. 13
(if Required); Fig. 13 & 14
1
Note: The detection distance is preset and ideal for most
installations. Should an adjustment be required, follow the
steps below.
1. To remove the COVER PLATE (1), insert WIRE KEY (2) (supplied) into the two holes located at the bottom of the
COVER PLATE (1). Push the WIRE KEY (2) up until it releases the bottom clips. Pull the bottom edge away
and lift the COVER PLATE (1) off. Fig. 13.
2
2. Remove the connections from the CONNECTOR LOCKING
DEVICE (5). Disconnect the 27" EXTENSION CABLE (3)
from the 10' EXTENSION CABLE (4), and reconnect.
Note: You have 5 seconds to begin entering the program
code after power connection is made.
3. While the SENSOR CONTROL LED (1) is blinking
slowly, place your hand 1 to 2 in. (30-50 mm.) in front of the sensor. Fig. 14.
4. When the LED (1) stops blinking and stays “ON”, move your hand to the desired position from sensor and hold in
place until the LED (1) begins to blink again.
3
4
Note: Detection Zone is 400 - 800 mm (15-3/4"x 31-1/2").
(Factory Setting: 400 mm (15-3/4")
5
5. Once the SENSOR CONTROL LED (1) begins to blink again, remove your hand from the detection zone. When the flashing stops, the detection distance is set.
6. Actuate the FLUSH VALVE:
A) Cover sensor with hand for 10 seconds.
NOTE: Stand outside of sensor detection area.
B) Remove hand from detection area; unit will
flush in approximately 3 seconds.
Fig. 14
1 BLINKING LED
1" - 2" (30 - 50 mm)
DETECTION ZONE
400 TO 800 mm (15-3/4" x 31-1/2")
(Factory Setting: 600 mm (23-5/8")
1
10
BLINKING LED
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TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW CHARTS
UNIT DOES NOT FUNCTION
IS ANGLE STOP OPEN?
NO
OPEN VALVE
YES
LOW VOLTAGE. TEST OUTPUT OF
TRANSFORMER. MUST BE >5.4 VAC.
YES
REPEATED DOUBLE
FLASH ON SENSOR?
NO
RECONNECT TRANSFORMER TO
SENSOR. FLASH ON SENSOR FOR
5 SECONDS?
1
2
NO
1
NO
2
BAD TRANSFORMER. REPLACE. REPEAT.
DAMAGED SENSOR. REPLACE
SENSOR.
YES
PUSH MANUAL OVERRIDE
BUTTON; WILL THE UNIT FLUSH?
DAMAGED SOLENOID. REPLACE
SOLENOID
YES
NO
REPLACE PISTON ASSEMBLY.
HOT LINE FOR HELP
For toll-free information and answers to your questions, call:
(844) CRT-TEAM / (844) 278-8326
Mon.– Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. EST Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST
UNIT IS CONTINUOUSLY FLUSHING
IN MEXICO 01-800-839-1200
IN CANADA 1-800-387-0369 (TORONTO 1-905-306-1093)
Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. EST
CLOSE ANGLE STOP AND OPEN
AGAIN TO PRIME THE VALVE.
DOES FLUSHING STOP?
Prod uct names lis ted herein are t rad emar ks of AS A mer ica, Inc. ©2017
To learn more about American Standard Selectronic® Products visit our website at:
www.americanstandard-us.com or e-mail us at: CRTTEAM@lixilamericas.com
NO
PUSH MANUAL OVERRIDE
BUTTON. DOES IT RETURN TO ITS
ORIGINAL POSITION FREELY?
DAMAGED MANUAL OVERRIDE
BUTTON. REPLACE MANUAL
OVERRIDE BUTTON
NO
YES
RECONNECT TRANSFORMER TO
SENSOR. FLASH ON SENSOR FOR
5 SECONDS?
1
1
NO
2
2
NO
BAD TRANSFORMER. REPLACE. REPEAT.
DAMAGED SENSOR. REPLACE
SENSOR.
YES
REPLACE PISTON & SOLENOID
ASSEMBLY.
UNIT WILL ONLY FLUSH MANUALLY
REPEATED DOUBLE
FLASH ON SENSOR?
CRITICALLY LOW BATETRY. INSTALL
NEW BATTERY
YES
NO
RECONNECT TRANSFORMER TO
SENSOR. FLASH ON SENSOR FOR
5 SECONDS?
1
2
NO
1
NO
2
BAD TRANSFORMER. REPLACE. REPEAT.
DAMAGED SENSOR. REPLACE
SENSOR.
YES
REPLACE SOLENOID.
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