Flushmatic Urinal Flush Controller Installation & Operating Instructions Step 6 :

Flushmatic Urinal Flush Controller  Installation & Operating Instructions Step 6 :
Step 6 : Cistern Setup (Continued)
Once the valve is open and filling the cistern, wait for it to
start flushing and then close the valve in the same way you
opened it, but again- reverse the polarity.
When you have set the fill time make sure that the solenoid
valve cable is connected at both ends, and then connect the
6 volt battery, or, Power Supply Unit (PSU). Wait 35 seconds,
then pass your hand in front of the sensor, the valve should
then click open and start filling. Once the filling starts you can
then add the delay time.
When the cistern is completely empty open the valve again
to start filling the cistern but this time with a stopwatch time
how long the cistern takes to fill and then flush when flush is
complete stop timing.
You will now have the fill time, the timings can be set by using
switches 1 to 6 (see Fig.8 below).
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6
VALVE OPEN TIME (CISTERN FILL)
1 = 1 minute
2 = 2 minutes
3 = 4 minutes
4 = 8 minutes
1 = 15 Seconds
2 = 30 Seconds
3 = 1 Minute
4 = 2 Minutes
5 = 4 Minutes
6 = 8 Minutes
ON
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6
(Fig. 10)
The setup is now complete wait for the system to flush and
adjust timing if necessary, refit all covers and make sure all
connections are secure.
For example: If the desired fill time is 4 minutes and 45 seconds, you will
need to put switches 1, 2 and 5 to the ON position (up) see Fig.9 below;
1 (15s) + 2 (30s) + 5 (4m) = 4 minutes & 45 seconds).
ON
Installation & Operating Instructions
A 4 minute & 45 second fill time with a 10 minute delay. Do
this by using the switches 1 to 4 (see Fig.8), for a 10 minute
delay you need to put switches 2 + 4 to ON (up) see Fig.10
below; 2 (2m) + 4 (8m) = 10 minutes.
(Fig. 8)
FLUSH DELAY TIME
Flushmatic Urinal Flush Controller
The delay time is set depending on site requirements, if you
require a 15 minute interval between flushes, an example
could be:
(Fig. 9)
Surface Mount
Version
Step 7 : Test Mode & Fault Finding
Warranty, Support & End of Life Disposal
Fault Finding
Warranty
1. VALVE WILL NOT OPEN OR CLOSE PROPERLY
• Check valve supplied is suitable for the on site pressure, if in
doubt contact DVS for advice.
• The solenoid valve has a flow direction, ensure it is the right
way round
• There maybe debris in the solenoid valve. Remove valve and
flush under running tap, refit and test.
The Flushmatic Urinal Flush Controller is guarenteed for 2 years
from purchase against defective material and assembly. Any
third party manufacturers products hold their own warranty.
These instructions relate to the use of the Flushmatic Urinal
Flush Controller only, any external or ‘add-on’ parts will be
supplied with separate instructions.
Disposal of Electrical / Electronic Equipment and Batteries
It is recommended that the mains electrical part of the
installation be carried out by a qualified electrician in
accordance with the latest electrical regulations. It is also
recommended that any plumbing is carried out by a qualified
plumber.
Step 1 : Safety First
The use of this crossed out wheeled bin logo
indicates that this product needs to be disposed of
separately to any other household waste.
2. SENSOR CONTROL WILL DO NOTHING
• If possible check voltage from battery or PSU (6 volt DC
required).
• Control board may have locked up. With power connected
press reset and try again (do not hold reset down).
• Check fuse on control board. If blown, contact DVS for a
replacement.
Within each of the European Union member
countries, provisions have been made for the
collection and recycling of waste batteries,
unwanted electrical and electronic equipment.
Outside of the EU it will be necessary to dispose
of this product at your local community waste collection or
recycling centre. To help preserve our environment we ask that
you dispose of this product correctly. Please contact your local
council for collection centre details.
3. VALVE OPENS AND RUNS FOR A LONG PERIOD BEFORE
SHUTTING OFF
• Check wiring to the plug on solenoid, it may be wired the
wrong way round, reverse wires if necessary.
• Make sure all connections are correct and tight.
Downlighter
Version
Step 2 : Parts
or
Surface Mount
Version
Downlighter
version
This is an electronic device which must be installed as per
these instructions to perform correctly.
Prior to drilling any holes, please check the on-site asbestos
register.
Solenoid Valve
(AC17-002)
Optional 6-volt DC
DVS Power Supply
Lithium Battery- for
Downlighter Version
(AT00-026)
Lithium Battery- for
Surface Mount Version
(UC00-006)
IMPORTANT : Please read these instructions carefully
and follow each stage in order!
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Step 3 : Plumbing & Positioning the Sensor
Step 5 : Wiring & Electrical Connections
Isolation valve
(Fig. 2)
It is highly recommended that a water filter (not supplied) be
fitted prior to the solenoid valve to ensure reliable operation.
Power Connection
Filter
Cable to sensor
B
The power supply required for the sensor is 6 volts DC which
can either be supplied by a battery or a DVS mains Power
Supply Unit (PSU).
Minimum air gap between
top of cistern and end of
pipe 25mm
Turn off the local water supply and position the solenoid valve
as near to the cistern as possible, and preferably upright (as
shown in Fig 2). Cut the supply pipe and purge any debris or
swarf. Fit Solenoid valve ensuring correct flow direction and
joints are tightened- check for leaks. In the event of very low or
high water pressure DVS can offer alternative solenoid valves.
A 1m length of 0.75mm 2 core flex is supplied with the PSU this must not be extended.
The PSU should be located in a dry location, away from
extremes of temperature and not exposed to dirt, dust or
damp
Battery Version
Cistern
The system works by a timed fill and auto flush, all adjustments
after, the solenoid valve should be removed. If solenoid valve is
in the open position, see Step.6 (Fig.7) to close.
Always connect the power via a 3 amp fused spur. The product
must be permanently connected to the supply, fitting a plug is
not recommended. A suitable means of disconnection should
be provided, in accordance with local electrical regulations. If
the mains lead becomes damaged, the product should not be
used. Contact DVS for replacement parts.
The battery supplied is a standard 2CR5 lithium battery.
Connection in to the board is via a flexible 2 pin connector,
great care must be taken to connect it in the correct polarity
(see Fig.6).
15mm O/D pipe
Caution must be exercised with Lithium type batteries:
(Fig. 3)
Positioning the Sensor
Sensor
The sensor should, ideally be fitted to the ceiling above the
urinal, so that people moving to the urinals must enter/cross
the detection area (shown in Fig 3).
Valve Connection
1. DO NOT attempt to recharge
2. DO NOT expose to naked flames
3. DO NOT ‘short circuit’ battery
4. DO dispose of battery according to local regulations
B
Fig.6 shows that the valve should be connected with 2 core
0.5mm diameter cable (not supplied). Trim the cable to the
length required, taking care to connect the blue and brown
cables correctly, to the valve connector and PCB connector as
per Fig.6. Do not connect to the sensor board at this stage.
Mains Version Only
The sensor box should be located in a dry location, away
from extremes of temperature and not exposed to dirt dust or
damp. The unit should be accessible when required but not
within easy reach of unauthorised persons.
If a DVS power supply unit is used, a battery is not required
and the output cable from the power supply is simply
connected instead of the battery (see Fig.6).
You must avoid locating the Sensor near heat sources
(radiators, hot pipes, etc or where direct sunlight may fall upon
the sensor lens slots).
Ensure the cable is housed safely within the sensor enclosure
with a cable gland.
NOTE : The detection area is an approximation and will vary
from site to site, Fig.3 is designed to be a guide only.
Step 4 : Mounting the Sensor
(Fig. 6)
PSU
Red
Whilst holding the ‘A’ arms in (as shown in Fig.5), push the
sensor up into the hole. The ‘B’ arms will automatically
click into position when the ‘A’ arms are pushed down on
the upper/inner side of the ceiling.
Standard Surface Mount Model
When positioning the sensor, care should be taken to ensure
the sensor slots run parallel with the urinal(s). Remove the
lid and place in a safe place. Select a convenient cable entry
point on the box, then drill and fit an appropriate cable gland.
Wiring must comply with Local and National regulations.
Connection to the coil must be made via the supplied spade
plug connector. The coil can be rotated through 360º to
facilitate wiring.
Blue
Step 6 : Flush Time Setup
Mains option
Brown
The board has two sets of switches:
Fit battery plug
to this input
Black
1 to 6 = The fill and flush time: The time it takes to fill and then flush the cistern from empty.
1 to 4 = The delay time: The period after the system completes a flush before the next flush.
F 1.6 A fuse (Buss)
Solenoid valve output
Brown
Test Mode
(Fig. 5)
Drill and secure the sensor box base to the required position
on the ceiling with suitable fittings, as shown in Fig.4. Fit one
end of the valve cable into the box base and tighten cable
gland, temporarily refit the Sensor lid.
When all control switches are in the off position the sensor
defaults to test mode.
Blue
A
(Fig. 4)
A
B
Battery option
B
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6
With the sensor wired to the solenoid valve, plug in the battery
or power supply lead and briefly press the reset button, after
about 35 seconds activate the sensor and the valve should
open for 5 seconds and then close, once the valve has closed
it will not open again for 35 seconds. If nothing happens,
check connections, reset board and try again.
Reset button
Control sensors
Valve connector
Cistern Fill Time
Brown
IMPORTANT : Step.4 (from this point onwards) is to be
completed AFTER Cistern Setup and Testing!
Push the ‘A’ arms down.
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Blue
To establish the time, you must start with an empty cistern.
To do this, open the solenoid valve manually with a PP3
9-volt battery by touching the two terminals on to the
solenoid terminals. If nothing happens, reverse the battery
polarity and try again.
2
A
Drill or cut a 100mm diameter hole in the ceiling material.
Insert the valve cable into the lid and secure.
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Keep the ‘B’ arms on lower side of ceiling at first stage.
NOTE : Always press the RESET button after reconnecting
the power to the PCB.
(Fig. 7)
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