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Installation Instructions
SELECTRONIC®
MODEL NUMBERS
Proximity Integrated Faucet
with optional Above-Deck Mixing
705X.105 705X.205
705X.115 705X.215
• Flexible Selectronic Platform with Universal Sensor
• Easy installation. All electronics in the spout; nothing below deck
• User adjustable above-deck mixing uses ceramic disc
valve for dependability & long life
• Mixing handle can be removed for one time temperature
setting during 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.
Product No.'s & Options
1
Specifications
2
Faucet Installation
2
Electrical Installation
3-4
Start-up / Maintenance
5-9
FAQ’s / Troubleshooting
9-10
Parts
11
M 9 6 5 6 5 4 R ev. 1. 2 ( 2 / 15 )
Certified to comply with ASME A112.18.1
© 2014 American Standard
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)
M965654 Rev. 1.2 (2/15)
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 Faucets Are Water Tested At Our Factory.
Some Residual Water May Remain In The Faucet During Shipping.
The illustration below shows the fitting and all loose items after they have been removed from the carton.
Some items may be packaged partially assembled to other items.
6c. AC Plug-In Power Supply
6d. AC Hard-Wire Power Transfomer
7. Y-Adapter
8. 10 ft. Extension
9. 4" Deck plate (optional, must be ordered separately)
10. Mixing Valve (optional, must be ordered separately)
11. Connector Housing
12. Filter Screen
1. Installation Instructions
2. Spout Assembly (less mixing)
2a. Spout Assembly (mixing)
3. Mounting Kit
4. Electrical Enclosure
5. Supply Hose
6a. DC Long Life Power Pack
6b. DC Standard Battery
PRODUCT No.s
705X.105
705X.115
B
2
DO NOT REMOVE
PROTECTIVE
FILM FROM
SENSOR EYE UNTIL
INSTALLATION IS
COMPLETE.
6d
PRODUCT No.s
705X.205
2a
705X.215
a
7
s
e
11
6c
6b
8
7
8
c
4
1
12
5
Installation Instructions
3
t
Deck Plate (optional)
DO NOT REMOVE
PROTECTIVE
FILM FROM
SENSOR EYE UNTIL
INSTALLATION IS
COMPLETE.
u
Base Product
• 1 and 3 Hole Sinks
• Single Inlet
6a
d
• Single Hole Sink
• Single Inlet
P r o
How to order the Selectronic Product
1. Choose Power Supply
2. Choose Desired Spout
DC Long Life DC Standard AC Plug-in AC Hardwire
AC Multi
Power Pack
Battery
7056. Series 7059. Series 7057. Series
7053. Series 7055. Series
SELECTRONIC®
MODEL NUMBERS
Proximity Integrated Faucet
with optional Above-Deck Mixing
705X.105 705X.205
705X.115 705X.215
• Flexible Selectronic Platform with Universal Sensor
• Easy installation. All electronics in the spout; nothing below deck
• User adjustable above-deck mixing uses ceramic disc
valve for dependability & long life
• Mixing handle can be removed for one time temperature
setting during 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.
Product No.'s & Options
1
2
Specifications
2
Faucet Installation
Electrical Installation
3-4
Start-up / Maintenance
5-9
FAQ’s / Troubleshooting
9-10
11
Parts
M 9 6 5 6 5 4 R ev. 1. 2 ( 2 / 15 )
Certified to comply with ASME A112.18.1
© 2014 American Standard
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)
Mixing Valve
Deck Plate
Mixing Valve (optional)
• 1 and 3 Hole Sinks
• Hot and Cold Inlets
605XTMV1070
705P400
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Fig. 1
FINISHED WALL
OR BACKSPLASH
Roughing-in Dimensions
191mm
(7-1/2)
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
Electronic faucet with proximity operation. Vandal resistant
solid brass construction single post mounting. Operates on
DC (battery/power pack) or AC permanent power
(plug-in/hardwire). In-line strainer for solenoid is integral.
Single inlet 3/8 compression, built-in check valves, and flexible
stainless steel 16-1/4" reach inlet hose for spout connection.
Note: All plumbing and electrical wiring must be installed
in accordance with applicable codes, regulations and
standards.
191mm
(7-1/2)
165mm
(6-1/2)
MIN. 1"
CLEARANCE
140mm
(5-1/2)
MOUNTING
SURFACE
66mm
( 2-5/8)
38mm
(1-1/2 )
32mm (1-1/4)
RECOMENDED ELECTRICAL BOX OR
EQUIVALENT BY OTHERS
4" (102mm) SQ. X 3-1/2" (89mm) DEEP ELECTRICAL BOX
Hubbel-RACO #256 OR EQUAL (BY OTHERS).
457mm
(18)
3/8" COMPRESSION
CONNECTORS
HARD-WIRED AND MULTI AC 10’ MAX. CABLE LENGTH
TOOLS REQUIRED; Fig. 2
1 Hex Wrench (Included)
2 Adjustable Wrench
3 Plumbers' Putty or Caulking
Fig. 2
4 Phillips Screwdriver
5 Tape Measure
1
3
INSTALLATION
2
4
5
10'
Fig. 1
IMPORTANT: Do not
use putty when installing
faucet without escutcheon.
1 SPOUT ASSEMBLY INSTALALTION;
Fig. 1
CAUTION
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.
Turn off hot and cold water supplies before beginning
1. Make sure O-RING (1) is installed in spout base. If installing
ESCUTCHEON (2) (optional): Apply a bead of putty to
bottom edge of ESCUTCHEON PUTTY PLATE (2).
6
IMPORTANT: Do not use putty when installing faucet
without escutcheon.
2 (OPTIONAL)
1
4
PUTTY
(If required)
2. Insert supply HOSES (3), SHANK (4) and SENSOR CABLE
(5) (if equipped) through hole in ESCUTCHEON with PUTTY
PLATE (2) and mounting surface. (Make sure PIN (6) is in back).
5
3. Assemble RUBBER WASHER (7), BRASS WASHER (8)
and THREADED LOCKNUT (9) onto SHANK (4) from
underside of sink or mounting surface. Hand tighten
LOCKNUT (9).
MOUNTING
SURFACE
4. Use a screwdriver to tighten SCREWS (10) on LOCKNUT
(9). Work your way around LOCKNUT (9), tightening the
screws slightly each time until all are snug to ensure
even pressure.
3
7
8
9
2
TIGHTEN
SPIN NUTS
IMPORTANT: Do not
use sealent on threads
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Product
Fig. 1
Page
4
DC Long Life Power Pack
(7053. Series)
3
DC Standard Battery
(7055. Series)
3
AC Plug-in
(7056. Series)
3
2
3
4
3
AC Hardwire
(7059. Series)
3
AC Multi Hook-up
(7057. Series)
4
A DC VERSIONS (LONG LIFE POWER
PACK & STANDARD BATTERY; Fig. 1
1
Fig. 2
Important: All product with Standard Battery come
with electrical connections preaseambled (at the
factory). No further action necessary.
LONG LIFE POWER PACK VERSION;
1. Connect LONG LIFE POWER PACK (1) to SENSOR
CABLE (2).
2. Secure the connections by installing into CONNECTOR
HOUSING (3) as shown. Rotate the END CAPS (4) to
secure the connection within the CONNECTOR
HOUSING (3).
4
3
NOTE: The LONG LIFE POWER PACK (1) will hang
underneath the countertop/sink. Connection is
secured by CONNECTOR HOUSING (3).
1
5
B AC VERSIONS (HARDWIRE / PLUG-IN);
WALL
OUTLET
Fig. 2
Important: Turn off power to outlet or electrical box.
2
10' EXTENSION
1. Connect PLUG-IN POWER SUPPLY (1) or 10' EXTENSION (2)
if using HARDWIRE POWER SUPPLY (7) to single
terminal of Y-ADAPTER (3).
4" ELECTRICAL BOX
OR EQUIVALENT BY
OTHERS (6)
2. Connect SENSOR CABLE (4) to either of the available
terminals of the Y-ADAPTER (3).
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3. Connect PLUG-IN POWER SUPPLY (5) to wall outlet,
or connect other end of 10' EXTENSION (2) to the
HARDWIRE POWER SUPPLY (7).
7
FOR HARDWIRE VERSION;
4. Contractor to supply ELECTRICAL BOX (6).
BLACK & WHITE
POWER
CONNECTIONS
5. Connect White and Black power connections to
POWER SUPPLY (7). Mount POWER SUPPLY (7) into
ELECTRICAL BOX (6).
7
CONNECTOR NOT
USED IN THIS
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.
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Fig. 3
Unit #1
(Already Installed)
Unit #2
Unit #3
Unit #4
4
2
3
1
MAXIMUM OF 15 UNITS PER TRANSFORMER.
10' MAXIMUM CABLE LENGTH BETWEEN UNITS.
C MULTI-AC VERSION (DAISY-CHAIN); Fig. 3
Important: Disconnect the first unit’s Y-Adapter from power supply before making daisy-chain connections.
Note: For Unit #1 electrical instructions, refer to section B (page 3).
For subsequent Units, refer to instructions below...
1. Connect one end of the 10' EXTENSION (1) to the available terminal of the pervious unit’s Y-ADAPTER (2), and
the other end to the single terminal of the current unit’s Y-ADAPTER (3).
2. Connect SENSOR CABLE (4) to either of the two available terminals of Y-ADAPTER (3).
3. Repeat Steps above for each additional Unit, for a Max. of 15 Units on one AC POWER SUPPLY.
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D MAKE WATER SUPPLY
Fig. 4
CONNECTIONS; Fig. 4
1. Turn off hot and cold water supplies before
beginning.
2. Place each SCREEN FILTER (3) on each wall supply
outlet. Be sure that SCREEN FILTER (3) is inserted
in the correct direction. (See Illustration)
2
BULGE
SIDE UP
3. Connect left supply (Marked with a Red Stripe) to
Hot FLEXIBLE SUPPLY (1) and right supply
(Marked with Blue Stripe) to Cold FLEXIBLE
SUPPLY (2) supply. Use adjustable wrench to tighten
connections. Do not over tighten.
1
3
(3) SCREEN
FILTER
4. Faucet supplies are 18" long from faucet base.
COLD
Note; If additional supply length is required,
installer must purchase those parts separately.
IMPORTANT: Do not
use sealent on threads
HOT
Important; If SUPPLY HOSES (1, 2) are too long,
loop as illustrated to avoid kinking.
Fig. 5
E INSTALL OPTIONAL MIXING
VALVE; Fig. 5
Note: An optional Thermostatic Mixing Valve may be
installed (sold separately) on faucets 705X.205 &
705X.215 in addition to Above Deck Mixing valve. See
setup diagram Fig. 5.
I n s t a l l a t i o n I n s t ru c t i o n s
Optional Mixing Valve
(Sold Separately)
Tee fitting is not supplied with Faucet or
Thermostatic Mixing valve and must be purchased
separately. If faucet inlet hoses will not reach water
supplies, longer hoses must be purchased
separately.
SELECTRONIC™
Thermostatic Mixing Valve
605XTMV
TEMPERED
WATER SUPPLY
Certified to comply with ASME A112.18.1M
© 2005 American Standard
Specifications
1
Installation
2
Adjust Temperature
3
Service
3
Replacement Parts
4
M968808
COLD
WATER
NOTE TO INSTALLER: Please give this manual to the customer after installation.
To learn more about American Standard Faucets visit our website at: www.us.amstd.com or U.S.
customer's e-mail us at: faucetsupport@amstd.com
For Parts, Service, Warranty or other Assistance,
please call 1-800-442-1902 (In Canada: 1-800-387-0369)
(In Toronto Area only: 1-905-3061093)
For complete detailed installation and operating
instructions, see installations instructions (No.
M968808) supplied with Thermostatic Mixing Valve.
No. M968808
HOT
SUPPLY
MAINTENANCE
Fig. 1
A HAND WASH SENSOR OPERATION;
TEE
FITTING
COLD
SUPPLY
TION
DETECNE
ZO
Fig. 1
REMOVE PROTECTIVE FILM FROM SENSOR EYE
WHEN INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE.
PROTECTIVE FILM
When the Sensor detects a user, the water immediately
starts to flow. Water flow will stop 2 seconds after user is
out of sensor range. The off delay allows the user to
comfortably move his hands without the flow cycling on to
off. As a precaution, a safety timer will turn off the water,
after the sensor has been blocked for 59 seconds. The
water will stay off until the blockage is removed from the
detection zone.
Detection Zone: 2" - 10" (50.8mm - 254mm)
Default: Set at Factory 6" (152.4mm)
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B CHANGE SENSOR RANGE;
Fig. 2
(Factory set at 6") Fig. 2, 3, 4, & 4a
1. Remove the FAUCET COVER (1) by unthreading
the LEVER SCREW (2) and pulling off the LEVER
HANDLE (3). Unthread the FAUCET COVER
SCREW (4) at the back of the FAUCET. Pull
FAUCET COVER (1) up and off. Fig. 2.
REMOVE
1
REPLACE
5
2. Disconnect the BLACK POWER SUPPLY
CONNECTOR (1) and reconnect. Fig. 3.
3
4
3. While the SENSOR CONTROL LED (2) is blinking
slowly, place your hand 1 - 2 in. (25.4-50.8mm) in
front of the sensor. Fig. 4.
2
4. When the LED stops blinking and stays "ON", move
your hand to the desired position and hold in place
until the LED begins to blink again. Fig. 4a.
5. Once the SENSOR CONTROL LED (2) begins to
blink again, remove your hand from the detection
zone. When the flashing stops, the detection
distance is set.
Fig. 3
6. Replace FAUCET COVER (1) and LEVER HANDLE
(3). Install LEVER HANDLE SCREW (2), FAUCET
COVER SCREW (4) and tighten. Fig. 2.
Note: The LEVER HANDLE (3) can be removed to
prevent users from adjusting the water temperature.
Replace the LEVER HANDLE (3) with PLUG
BUTTON (5) as shown. Fig. 2.
1
Fig. 4
1"-2"
(25.4mm50.8mm)
2 BLINKING LED
6
Fig. 4a
5
"
O 10
UP T m)
(254m
2 BLINKING LED
M965654 Rev. 1.2 (2/15)
C REPLACE SENSOR;
Fig. 5
Fig. 5, 6 & 7.
1. Remove the FAUCET COVER (1) by unthreading the
LEVER SCREW (2) and pulling off the LEVER
HANDLE (3). Unthread the FAUCET COVER
SCREW (4) at the back of the FAUCET. Pull FAUCET
COVER (1) up and off. See Fig. 2 in this section.
DISCONNECT
WIRE CONNECTIONS
2. Disconnect both ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS. Fig. 5.
3. Untighten SENSOR SCREW (1) with a 2.5mm HEX
WRENCH. Remove SENSOR ASSEMBLY (2) from
FAUCET BODY (3). Remove O-RING (5). Remove
SENSOR (2a) from CARRIER (4) and replace with
new SENSOR (2a). Replace O-RING (5). Install
SENSOR ASSEMBLY (2) into FAUCET BODY (3).
Tighten SENSOR SCREW (1). Fig. 6, 7.
4. Replace FAUCET COVER (1) and LEVER HANDLE (3).
Install LEVER HANDLE SCREW (2), FAUCET COVER
SCREW (4) and tighten. See Fig. 2 in this section.
Fig. 6
2
3
2.5mm HEX
WRENCH
1
Fig. 7
5
4
2a
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D CLEAN FILTER SCREEN ON
Fig. 8
SOLENOID VALVE; Fig. 8 & 9
1. Remove the FAUCET COVER (1) by unthreading the
LEVER SCREW (2) and pulling off the LEVER
HANDLE (3). Unthread the FAUCET COVER
SCREW (4) at the back of the FAUCET. Pull FAUCET
COVER (1) up and off. See Fig. 2 in this section.
2. Disconnect SENSOR CABLE (1) from SOLENOID
CABLE (2). Fig. 8.
3. Unthread SOLENOID VALVE (2) from VALVE BODY
(3). Fig. 9.
4. Remove FILTER SCREEN (4) from base of SOLENOID
VALVE (2). Clean and replace. Fig. 9.
5. Thread SOLENOID VALVE (2) into VALVE BODY (3)
and hand tighten. Reconnect SENSOR and SOLENOID
CABLES (1). Fig. 8.
Fig. 9
4
6. Replace FAUCET COVER (1) and LEVER HANDLE
(3). Install LEVER HANDLE SCREW (2), FAUCET
COVER SCREW (4) and tighten. See Fig. 2 in this section.
E REPLACE DIVERTER CARTRIDGE;
2
Fig. 10
Fig. 10 & 11
2
3
1. Remove the FAUCET COVER (1) by unthreading the
LEVER SCREW (2) and pulling off the LEVER
HANDLE (3). Unthread the FAUCET COVER
SCREW (4) at the back of the FAUCET. Pull FAUCET
COVER (1) up and off. See Fig. 2 in this section.
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1
8
2. Pull out LIMITER STOP (1) from the VALVE STEM
(2). Unthread COLLAR NUT (3) from VALVE BODY (4).
Fig. 10.
4
3. Pull DIVERTER CARTRIDGE (5) out and replace
with new DIVERTER CARTRIDGE (5).
NOTE: Make sure the two ALIGMENT PINS (6) in the
base of the DIVERTER CARTRIDGE (5) are facing
upward. Fig. 11.
Fig. 12
6
4. Replace FAUCET COVER (1) and LEVER HANDLE
(3). Install LEVER HANDLE SCREW (2), FAUCET
COVER SCREW (4) and tighten. See Fig. 2 in this section.
5
Fig. 11
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F CHANGE HOT LIMIT SETTING
FROM 95% TO 85%; Fig. 12
2
1. Remove the FAUCET COVER (1) by unthreading the
LEVER SCREW (2) and pulling off the LEVER
HANDLE (3). Unthread the FAUCET COVER
SCREW (4) at the back of the FAUCET. Pull FAUCET
COVER (1) up and off. See Fig. 2 in this section.
3
9
2. Replace LEVER HANDLE and rotate
counter-clockwise to its stop position (100% cold).
Remove HANDLE.
8
SLOT
3. Pull out LIMITER STOP (1) from the VALVE STEM (2).
4. Rotate LIMITER STOP (1) 180 degrees and insert
back onto VALVE STEM (2).
ROTATE 180˚
Fig. 12
5. Replace FAUCET COVER (1) and LEVER HANDLE
(3). Install LEVER HANDLE SCREW (2), FAUCET
COVER SCREW (4) and tighten. See Fig. 2 in this
section.
SLOT
1
G GENERAL CLEANING; Fig. 13
1. Only use a damp, soft cloth to clean the spout and
the sensor.
2. For tougher dirt, use a soft cloth with diluted dish
washing detergent. Wipe the area using a wet cloth
and dry using a soft cloth.
CAUTION
Do not scratch the sensor when cleaning.
Avoid using any abrasives or harsh detergents
or chemicals.
Fig. 13
FAQ'S
Q: How will I know if the battery needs to be replaced?
A: Valve will not open and sensor will continuously blink 2 times interrupted by a pause for up to 7 days.
Q: Why has the flow rate of the faucet reduced significantly?
A: The filter assembly, flow regulator or areator/spray may be clogged. Check and clean. Refer to Start-up/Mainenance,
sections C, D and E.
Q: Why doesn’t the water flow out of faucet when I'm within the sensor detection zone?
A: Battery may need replacement. Check. If sensor continuously blinks 2 times interrupted by pause, replace battery
or call (844) CRT-TEAM / (844) 278-8326.
Q: What is the normal operating pressure range?
A: Faucet will operate with supply pressures ranging from 20-80 psi.
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TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW CHARTS
UNIT DOES NOT FUNCTION
ARE EXTERNAL SUPPLY
STOPS OPEN?
NO
OPEN EXTERNAL SUPPLY STOPS.
NO
OPEN INTERNAL SUPPLY STOP.
(HEX KEY NEEDED)
YES
CRITICALLY LOW BATTERY.
INSTALL NEW BATTERY.
YES
IS INTERNAL SUPPLY
STOP OPEN?
YES
REPEATED DOUBLE FLASH
ON SENSOR?
NO
RECONNECT BATTERY TO SENSOR.
DOES SENSOR FLASH FOR 5 SECONDS?
1
2
1
NO
2
NO
DEAD BATTERY. INSTALL
NEW BATTERY. REPEAT.
CHECK FOR DAMAGE TO SENSOR WIRE INSULATION.
REPLACE SENSOR.
YES
REPLACE SOLENOID
WATER IS CONTINUOUSLY RUNNING
RECONNECT BATTERY TO SENSOR.
DOES SENSOR FLASH FOR 5 SECONDS?
NO
CHECK FOR DAMAGE TO SENSOR WIRE INSULATION.
REPLACE SENSOR.
NO
FULLY OPEN INTERNAL & EXTERNAL SUPPLY
STOPS BY TURNING COUNTER CLOCKWISE.
YES
REPLACE SOLENOID
LOW FLOW ISSUES
ARE INTERNAL & EXTERNAL SUPPLY
STOPS FULLY OPEN?
YES
LOW FLOW COULD BE CAUSED BY DEBRIS
IN THE FILTER ASSEMBLY, FLOW REGULATOR
OR AERATOR/SPRAY. REMOVE, CLEAN AND
INSERT BACK TO ORIGINAL POSITION.
HOT LINE FOR HELP
For toll-free information and answers to your questions, call:
(844) CRT-TEAM / (844) 278-8326
Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. EST
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
Pro d u c t n a m e s l i s te d h e re i n a re tra d e m a r k s o f AS A m e r i c a , Inc . ©2014
To learn more about American Standard Selectronic® Products visit our website at:
www.americanstandard-us.com or e-mail us at: CRTTEAM@americanstandard.com
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