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American Standard Innsbrook Lavatory Faucet M968498 Specifications
I n s t a l l a t i o n I n s t ru c t i o n s
Innsbrook Lavatory Faucet
with SELECTRONIC™ Technology
6055.204 6056.204 6057.205
6055.205 6056.205 6057.202
6055.202 6056.202
Product No.'s & Options 1
Certified to comply with ASME A112.18.1M
© 2010 American Standard
Specifications
2
How to Install
2-3
Electrical Hook-up
4-6
Maintenance
7-8
FAQ,s
9
Replacement Parts
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M968498 Rev.1.5
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)
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.
All American Standard Faucets Are Water Tested At Our Factory.
Some Residual Water May Remain In The Faucet During Shipping.
UNPACKING
1. Remove the fitting and loose items from the carton. 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.
1. Selectronic Spout Assembly
2. Mounting Kit
3. Electrical Enclosure
4. Supply Hose
5a. DC Power Supply (for 6055 series)
5b. AC Power Supply (for 6056 series)
5c. 10 ft. Extension Wire (for 6057 series)
6. Circuit board
7. Mixing Valve ( optional must be ordered separately)
8. Key for vandal resistant aerator
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How to order the Selectronic Product
1. Choose Power Supply
2. Choose Desired Spout
PRODUCT No.s
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5b
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Base Product
• Single Hole Sink
• Single Inlet
5c
3
4
6
605XTMV
Mixing Valve
Mixing Valve (optional)
• 1 and 3 Hole Sinks
• Hot and Cold Inlets
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Fig. 1
Roughing-in Dimensions
175mm
(6-7/8)
162mm
(6-3/8)
155mm
(6-1/8)
124mm
(4-7/8)
MOUNTING
SURFACE
108mm
(4-1/4)
38mm
(1-1/2)
MAX.
35mm
(1-3/8)
DIA.
3 HOLES
57mm
(2-1/4)
125mm
(4-7/8)
102mm
(4)
114mm
(4-1/2)
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
Electronic faucet with proximity operation. Vandal resistant
solid brass construction 4" center to center mounting.
Operates on DC (battery) or AC permanent power. In-line
strainer for solenoid is integral. Single inlet 3/8 compression,
built-in checks, and flexible stainless steel 15" reach inlet
hose for spout connection.
381mm
(15)
81mm
(3-3/16)
508mm
(20)
1524mm
(60)
3/8" COMP.
TOOLS REQUIRED; Fig. 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Fig. 2
Channel Locks
Adjustable Wrench
Plumbers' Putty or Caulking
Phillips Screwdriver
Flat Blade Screwdriver
Electric Drill & 1/4" Drill Bit
Tape Measure
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1
3
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4
6
10'
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INSTALLATION
1 INSTALL SPOUT ASSEMBLY;
Fig. 1a
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1
Fig. 3
CAUTION
Turn off hot and cold water
supplies before beginning
2
1. Make sure PUTTY PLATE (1) is installed on
FAUCET BODY (2). Fig. 1a.
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3
2. Insert WIRES (3), FLEX HOSE (4) and STUDS (5)
through holes of mounting surface. Fig. 1a.
3. From under side of mounting surface install SPIN
NUTS (6) onto MOUNTING STUDS (5). Fig. 1b.
Fig. 1b
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4. Align FAUCET (2) and hand tighten SPIN NUTS (6)
to secure faucet to mounting surface. Fig. 1b.
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2 MOUNT ENCLOSURE; Fig. 2
Fig. 2
1. Determine location of ENCLOSURE (1). It must be
located with-in the 14" (356mm) by 21" (533mm)
shaded area shown in Figure 2 in order for electrical
connections from the spout assembly to be made.
NOTE: ENCLOSURE SUPPLY HOSE is 20". Distance
between wall supply and ENCLOSURE (1) must be
taken into consideration.
14"
(356mm)
SUPPLIES
ENCLOSURE
MOUNTING
HOLES
1
2-3/4"
(71mm)
2. Remove 4 screws from COVER (2) and pull off
COVER (2). Hold the ENCLOSURE (1) in desired
location and mark the four mounting hole locations as
shown. Fig. 2.
WASTE
20"
(500mm)
21"
(mm)
1524mm
(60)
3"
(76mm)
3-3/4"
(96mm)
MOUNTING HOLES
3. The ENCLOSURE (1) works best if secured to a wall
stud or cross brace within the wall, using the SCREWS
(3) supplied. If the ENCLOSURE (1) is to be installed on
a tile or plaster wall the ANCHORS (4) and SCREWS
(3) should be used.
4. For installations on drywall or tiled walls; use
ANCHORS (4) and SCREWS (3) for securing
ENCLOSURE (1) to finished wall. Drill four 1/4" dia.
holes a minimum of 1-3/4" deep. Insert the four
ANCHORS (4) flush with face of the finished wall.
Align the ENCLOSURE (1) and Install the MOUNTING
SCREWS (3). Tighten to secure ENCLOSURE (1) to
mounting surface.
LAVATORY RIM OR
MOUNTING SURFACE
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1
2
4
1
NOTE: If using Mixing Valve (optional) See Sheet
#M968808 for installation instructions.
Fig. 3
3 CONNECT SPOUT HOSE TO
ENCLOSURE; Fig. 3
1
2
1. Connect SUPPLY NUT (1) from spout assembly to
nipple on top of ENCLOSURE (2). Tighten with
adjustable wrench to make a water tight connection.
Fig. 3.
4 CONNECT WATER SUPPLY TO
ENCLOSURE AND WALL SUPPLY;
Fig. 4
Fig. 4
2
NOTE; If using the optional Mixing Valve See Sheet
#M968808 for installation instructions.
1. Insert FIBER WASHER (4) into SUPPLY NUT (1) on
ENCLOSURE (2).
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4
3
2. Connect SUPPLY NUT (1) on ENCLOSURE (2) to
FLEXIBLE SUPPLY HOSE (3). Tighten to make a
water tight connection. Use two wrenches to tighten if
necessary. Fig. 4.
Fig. 4a
3. Connect FLEXIBLE SUPPLY (3) directly to wall supply.
Connection on FLEXIBLE SUPPLY (3) is 3/8"
compression. Use adjustable wrench to tighten
connection. Do not over tighten. Fig. 4a.
Note: FLEXIBLE SUPPLY (3) measures 20" from the
bottom of the ENCLOSURE (1) base. If additional
supply length is required, installer must purchase parts
separately.
Important: If FLEXIBLE SUPPLY (3) is too long, loop to
avoid kinking.
COLD WATER OR
TEMPERED
WALL SUPPLY
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Fig. 1
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
1 DC VERSION (BATTERY); Fig. 1
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5
1. Remove ENCLOSURE COVER (1). Fig. 1.
2. Feed the WIRE CONNECTORS (2) through the top
of ENCLOSURE (5). Fig. 1a.
3. Remove GROMMET (4) from ENCLOSUR (5). Fig.1.
Fig. 1b
Fig. 1a
4. Feed the gray SENSOR WIRE (7) through
GROMMET (4), 4" from CONNECTOR. Fig. 1b & 1d
Insert gray SENSOR WIRE (7) into SPLIT PLUG (9).
Push SPLIT PLUG (9) into GROMMET (4) to seal.
Fig. 1d.
4"
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5. Insert GROMMET (4) back into ENCLOSURE (5).
Fig. 1c.
Fig. 1c
6. Install BATTERY (11) onto DC circuit board. Fig.1e.
Note: For BATTERY PACK installation see "Install
Battery" page 7.
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7
4
RED
6
7. Install CIRCUIT BOARD (3) into ENCLOSURE (5)
with SENSOR WIRE (7) under BOARD. Fig. 1c.
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BLACK
2
8. Insert SENSOR WIRE CONNECTOR (8) into
CIRCUIT BOARD RECEPTOR (10). Fig. 1e.
3
9. Connect wires from SENSOR to SOLENOID VALVE
(6) (Red to +, Black to -). Fig. 1c.
Fig. 1d
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10. Replace ENCLOSURE COVER (1). Tighten cover
screws firmly.
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2 AC VERSION; Fig. 2
CAUTION
Fig. 2
Before opening ENCLOSURE
disconnect AC power supply.
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5
1. Remove ENCLOSURE COVER (1). Fig. 2.
2. Feed the WIRE CONNECTORS (2) through the top
of ENCLOSURE (5). Fig. 2a.
3. Remove GROMMET (4) from ENCLOSUR (5). Fig. 2.
4. Feed the gray SENSOR WIRE (7) through
GROMMET (4), 4" from CONNECTOR. Fig. 2b. Insert
gray SENSOR WIRE (7) into SPLIT PLUG (9). Push
SPLIT PLUG (9) into GROMMET (4) to seal. Fig. 2e.
Fig. 2b
Fig. 2a
5
4"
5. Insert GROMMET (4) back into ENCLOSURE (5).
Fig. 2d.
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6. Remove SPLIT PLUG (11) from POWER SUPPLY
GROMMET (12). Insert POWER CORD CONNECTOR
(13) through POWER SUPPLY GROMMET (12). Insert
POWER CORD (14) into SPLIT PLUG (11). Push
SPLIT PLUG (11) into POWER SUPPLY GROMMET
(12) to seal. Fig. 2g.
Fig. 2d
2
5
7
Fig. 2c
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7. Insert POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR (13) into
RECEPTOR (15) on the CIRCUIT BOARD (3). Fig. 2c.
RED
8
BLACK
15
13
8. Install CIRCUIT BOARD (3) into ENCLOSURE (5)
with SENSOR WIRE (7) under BOARD. Fig. 2d.
4
3
POWER
SUPPLY
CORD 3
9. Insert SENSOR WIRE CONNECTOR (8) into
CIRCUIT BOARD RECEPTOR (10) slot. Fig. 2f.
Fig. 2e
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10. Connect wires from SENSOR to SOLENOID
VALVE (6) (Red to +, Black to -). Fig. 2d.
11. Replace ENCLOSURE COVER (1). Tighten cover
screws firmly.
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Fig. 2f
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13
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Fig. 3
Unit #1
Unit #2
Unit #3
TWO PIECE
GROMMET
1
4"
1
1
3 FOR AC-VERSION
(MULTI HOOK-UP); Fig. 3, 4
1. See AC Version Electrical Hook-up for first unit of the
Multi hook-up.
Fig. 4
TWO PIECE
GROMMET
2. Remove ENCLOSURE COVERS from all
ENCLOSURES.
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3. Remove SOLID BLACK INSERT(1) from right side
of ENCLOSURE #1 and replace with gray 2-PIECE
GROMMET (3). Replace solid black inserts on Unit #2
with gray 2-PIECE GROMMET (3).
4. Take the 10 ft. EXTENSION (2) from Unit #2 and
install into right side of Unit #1 and Left side of Unit #2
insealing wire into SPLIT PLUG (7) as shown in Fig. 4.
Push SPLIT PLUG (7) into GROMMET (8).
2
5. Insert CONNECTOR from 10 ft. EXTENSION (2) into
CIRCUIT BOARD RECEPTOR (4) top of Unit #1 as
shown in Fig. 3.
Feed the gray 8 ft. EXTENSION (2) through ROUND
GROMMETS (3) and U GROMMETS (5) as illustrated above.
6. Insert other end of 8 ft. EXTENSION into LOWER U
GROMMET (5) of Unit #2 (approximately 4" from
connector). Fig. 3. Push SPLIT PLUG (7) into
GROMMET (8) to seal.
Fig. 4a
7. Insert connector of 10 ft. EXTENSION into lower
receptor as shown in Fig. 3 on CIRCUIT BOARD (6) of
Unit #2.
1
2
RED
3
8. Feed gray sensor wire 9 from Unit #2 through upper
U GROMMET (10) of Unit #2 ENCLOSURE 4" from
connector. Fig. 3. Insert wire into SPLIT PLUG (7).
Push SPLIT PLUG (7) into GROMMET (8) to seal. Fig. 4.
BLACK
9. Insert GROMMET (2) back into ENCLOSURE. Fig. 4a.
10. Reinstall Circuit Board (3) into Enclosure with all
wires under Board. Fig. 4a.
11. Connect Unit #2 Red and Black Sensor wires To #2
solenoid valve (Red to +, Black to -). Fig. 4a.
12. Repeat Steps 3 through 11 for remaining Units in
Multi Hook-up.
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MAINTENANCE
Fig 1
T IO N
DETEC E
ZON
1 HAND WASH SENSOR OPERATION
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Fig. 1
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When the Sensor detects a user, the water
immediately starts to flow. Water flow will stop Two
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.
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Detection Zone: 2" - 10" (50mm - 250mm)
Default: Set at Factory 6" (150mm)
2 HOW TO CHANGE SENSOR
Fig. 2
RANGE; (Factory set at 6") Fig. 2
1. Setting the Detection Zone (Distance):
Remove cover from ENCLOSURE. Disconnect GRAY
SENSOR WIRE (1) from circuit board, then reconnect.
1
2. While the SENSOR CONTROL LED (2) is blinking
slowly, place your hand 1 - 2 in. (30-50mm) in front of
the sensor. Fig. 2a.
3. 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. 2a.
Fig. 2a
UP TO 10" (250mm)
1" - 2" (30mm - 50mm)
2 BLINKING
LED
4. 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.
2
BLINKING LED
3 HOW TO INSTALL AND CHANGE
BATTERY; Fig. 3
1
Fig.3
1. To install New BATTERY (1) align and press down
BATTERY (1) (contacts facing downward) into position
until tabs lock into place.
BATTERY HOLDER
LOCKING TABS
To remove the BATTERY (1) spread the two tabs on
the HOLDER (2) with your thumbs . The BATTERY (1)
will release.
2. Remove the OLD BATTERY (1).
3. Install NEW BATTERY (1) (contacts facing
downward) into HOLDER (2) and press down into
position until tabs lock into place.
Fig. 3
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4 HOW TO CLEAN FILTER; Fig. 4
CAUTION
Fig.4
Before opening ENCLOSURE
disconnect AC power supply.
1. Remove ENCLOSURE COVER.
2. Close SUPPLY STOP (5) with 4mm Hex wrench.
Note: Keep water flowing out of faucet while shutting off.
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3. Pull off Red (1) and Black (2) CONNECTORS from
SOLENOID VALVE (3).
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CLEAN
SCREENS
4. Unthread STRAINER (4) using a 7/16" socket.
5. Pull out the STRAINER (4) and clean with an old
toothbrush. Rinse thoroughly with water.
6. Install the STRAINER (4) back in its place and
tighten with a 7/16" socket.
Caution: do not over tighten strainer.
Note: It is recommended to clean strainer every 6
months.
2
1
5
4
7. Replace ENCLOSURE COVER. Tighten cover
screws firmly.
Fig.5
5 HOW TO CLEAN AND REMOVE
THE AERATOR; Fig. 5
1
1. Remove AERATOR HOUSING (1) with KEY supplied
with faucet.
3
3. Remove AERATOR (2) from HOUSING (1).
2. Clean the AERATOR SCREENS (3) with a old tooth
brush to remove dirt.
4. Rinse Clean with water. Reassemble and install into
spout end. Be sure black seal washer is in place.
2
6 GENERAL CLEANING; Fig. 6
1. For general cleaning use a damp, soft cloth to clean
the spout and the sensor.
Fig.6
2. For cleaning 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 anything that may scratch the spout
surface. Never use polishing power, detergent or a
nylon scrub brush. They will damage the surface of the
spout or Sensor.
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FAQ'S
Q: How will I know if battery needs to be replaced?
A: Valve does not open and sensor blinks 2 times
interrupted by pause for up to 7 days.
Q: Why does the faucet operate the opposite of
expected-Turns On when not in sensor range, but turns
off when in sensor range?
A: Sensor wires to solenoid are reversed. Black to & Red to + is correct.
Q: Why has the flow rate of the faucet reduced
significantly?
A: Check and clean aerator and strainer.
Q: What is the normal operating pressure range?
A: Faucet will operate with supply pressures ranging
from 20-80 psi.
Q: There is no flow out of faucet when I'm in the
sensor range?
A: Check sensor. If sensor blinks 2 times interrupted by
pause, replace battery, or call 1800-442-1902.
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INNSBROOK with
SELECTRONIC
M922286-YYY0A
0.35 GPM AERATOR
(6055.204, 6056.204)
LAVATORY FAUCETS
PRODUCT NUMBERS
M922887-YYY0A
1.5 GPM AERATOR
6055.204 6056.204 6057.205
6055.205 6056.205 6057.202
6055.202 6056.202
066508-YYY0A
0.5 GPM AERATOR
M962409-0070A
SENSOR KIT
M964155-0070A
SENSOR KIT FOR
(6055.204, 6056.204)
A923654-0070A
BATTERY 6VCR-P2
044912-0070A
MOUNTING NUT
A923672-0070A
FAUCET SUPPLY
HOSE
M923115-0070A
PUTTY PLATE
A950487-0070A
CIRCUIT BOARD DC
M950250-0070A
DC SOLENOID
VALVE ASSEMBLY
M950251-0070A
AC SOLENOID
VALVE ASSEMBLY
A913202-0070A
WASHER
A950489-0070A
CIRCUIT BOARD
AC & MULTI AC
A922251-0070A
SOLID GROMMET
A924162-0070A
SUPPLY HOSE
A918462-0070A
SOLENOID SCREWS
M962387-0070A
MOUNTING SCREW KIT
M962389-0070A
SOLENOID & SCREWS
A922267-0070A
ROUND GROMMET
A950507-0070A
FILTER
A950509-0070A
SUPPLY STOP
A922265-0070A
10 ft. MULTI EXTENSION WIRE
(for 6057 series only)
A922272-0070A
U GROMMET
A922290-0070A
POWER SUPPLY
GROMMET
Replace the "YYY" with
appropriate finish code
CHROME
002
M950169-0070A
POWER SUPPLY
HOT LINE FOR HELP
For toll-free information and answers to your questions, call:
1 (800) 442-1902
Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 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
Product names listed herein are trademarks of American Standard Inc.
© American Standard Inc. 2005
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