Automatic Faucets- Instruction Manual (Letter Size)

Automatic Faucets- Instruction Manual (Letter Size)
2008.10
0GU3046E
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
NOTE TO INSTALLER: PLEASE GIVE THIS MANUAL TO THE
CUSTOMER AFTER INSTALLATION.
Troubleshooting............. 10-11
Specifications.................
11
NSF/ANSI 6 1
U
Replacement Parts......... 12-18
PC
Warranty ............................ 19
How to Use
Maintenance
Maintenance ...................... 7-8
Periodical Checking............ 9
Trouble
Shooting
Before Use.........................
5
How to Use........................
5
How to Adjust..................... 6-7
Replacement
Parts
Important Safeguards........ 1-2
Precautions........................ 3
Model Numbers
and Components................ 3-4
Getting Started
AUTOMATIC FAUCET
Important Safeguards
(For your safety, please follow the instructions below.)
Read these Important Safeguards thoroughly before using your Automatic Faucet, and
follow the precautions carefully.
After you read this Instruction Manual, keep it where it can be easily referred to again.
Symbols are shown for safe and proper use of your Automatic Faucet and in order to alert
you of possible personal injury and damage to your property. The symbols and their
meanings are as follows.
Getting Started
Warning
Ignoring these symbols may cause personal injury or
property damage.
The items of observation are classified and described.
Do not install the product in
high humidity area such as
shower room or sauna.
Absolutely “Do not”.
Do not disassemble.
Do not touch the area specified.
This means “mandatory”.
Some models may have different components as illustrated below.
Warning
Never splash water on the controller.
The Automatic Faucet is an electrical appliance, this may
cause the product to malfunction.
Controller
Do not strike or kick the Automatic Faucet.
Do not
This may cause the product to malfunction or cause water
leakage.
Do not use the Automatic Faucet at temperatures
exceeding what local codes allow.
It may cause product malfunction.
1
below
local code
Warning
Do not place an item with this symbol displayed in a room
with high humidity such as shower room or sauna.
Do not
disassemble
This may cause product malfunction.
Never attempt to disassemble, reassemble, repair or
modify the Automatic Faucet, unless you are an
electrician.
This may cause product malfunction and electric shock.
Do not touch the stop valve of the controller, the surface
may be very hot.
Don’t
touch
Getting Started
Do not use in
humid areas
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This may cause personal injury.
Controller
For EcoPower® model, disconnect the back-up battery
connector, when the Automatic Faucet is not in use for a
long period of time.
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Always close the stop valve(s) before cleaning the strainer.
Hot or cold water may flow out and cause personal injury or
property damage.
(Refer to Pg. 9)
Mandatory
Periodically check the piping for leakage.
Ignoring this may cause property damage.
When the room temperature falls under freezing condition,
give proper care to the piping to prevent product
malfunction.
If the piping is frozen, the components may suffer damage and
leakage. Wrap the piping with heat insulation.
No
leakage!
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2
Precautions
(Observe the following precautions.)
Make sure the power cord does not come in contact with the
hot-water supply pipe.
(In case of the thermostatically controlled mixing valve.)
High temperature may damage the product.
Getting Started
Avoid placing any objects within the detection range of
the infrared sensor.
May result in faulty operation.
Occasionally turn the temperature control handle of the
thermostatically controlled mixing valve to prevent buildup or
sticking.
Debris may form from inside of the valve, resulting in impaired
performance.
Routine maintenance must be performed.
Model Number and Components
Single Supply Faucet
Item
Thermal Mixing
Valve Faucet
Model Number
EcoPower® model (1.06 gpm)
Model
Number
Thermal Mixing
Valve Faucet
EcoPower® model (0.5 gpm)
Standard
TEL3GS10/60
TEL5GS10/60
TEL3LS10
TEL5LS10
Gooseneck
TEL3GG10/60
TEL5GG10/60
TEL3LG10
TEL5LG10
Helix™
TEL3GC10/60
TEL5GC10/60
—
—
Fordham™
TEL3GT10/60
TEL5GT10/60
—
—
Axiom™
TEL3GK10/60
TEL5GK10/60
—
—
—
—
Ryohan™ TEL3GM10/60 (0.8 gpm) TEL5GM10/60 (0.8 gpm)
Duration of
Water Discharge
3
Single Supply Faucet
10 Seconds ( TEL5 □□10 )
60 Seconds ( TEL5 □□60 )
# CP = Polished Chrome
Standard
Gooseneck
sensor part
sensor part
sensor
P. 5-7
Fordham™
sensor part
sensor
P. 5-7
Spout
sensor part
sensor
P. 5-7
Spout
Axiom™
sensor part
sensor
P. 5-7
Spout
sensor
P. 5-7
Spout
Spout
Spout
outlet
Spout outlet
Sensor
cord
Hexagonal nut
Spout outlet
Hexagonal nut
Sensor
cord
Sensor
cord
Hexagonal nut
Spout connecting hose
Spout connecting hose
Spout connecting hose
Spout outlet
Sensor
cord
Hexagonal nut
Spout connecting hose
Spout outlet
Hexagonal nut
Sensor
cord
Spout connecting hose
Optional Accessories (Not included)
Ryohan™
Ryohan™
4" Plate (TN71V100S)
8" Plate (71244T8CC)
sensor part
8" Plate
Spout outlet
Plate (Not for TEL□GM□)
Spout
Drain
Spout
sensor
P. 5-7
Sensor
cord
4" Plate
Packing
Washer
Packing
Base
plate
Tie bolt
Washer
Lock
washer
O-ring
Nut
Hexagonal nut
Packing
Wing nut
Spout connecting hose
EcoPower ® type
Single Supply Faucet
Sensor cord
Thermal Mixing Valve Faucet
Spout connecting hose with flexible tube
Spout connecting hose with flexible tube
Sensor cord
Controller
EcoPower ®
EcoPower ®
P.6
Water inlet
bracket
with strainer
P.6
Controller cover
Controller cover
Water inlet bracket with strainer
Temperature
control handle
P.6
Required Tools
Adjustable Wrench, Phillips and flat head screwdrivers
4
Getting Started
Spout
Helix™
Before Use
Confirmation of connectors
Make sure all connections are made.
• Sensor connector (green)
• Back-up battery connector (white)
<For single supply faucet>
Sensor connector (green)
<For thermal mixing valve faucet>
Cover
Back-up battery
connector (white)
Pull
Sensor connector (green)
How to Use
Cover
Pull
Screw
Back-up battery
connector (white)
How to Use
Normal Operation
1. Place your hands under the faucet.
The sensor will automatically turn on
the water.
2. Remove your hands.
The sensor will automatically turn off
the water.
5
Screws
How to Adjust
Bits of Knowledge About EcoPower ® Model
Mechanism for Hydropowered generator.
Spout
The flow of water causes the turbine in the power
generator to rotate, which generates electric power,
and enables the Automatic Faucet to operate.
Power generator
Cover
1
2
3
A turbine rotates to
generate power.
Coil
Electric power
is stored.
Turbine
The Automatic Faucet
is using the charged
power.
Solenoid valve
Controller
Controller unit
How to Use
Water supply
Using the faucet 11 times a day for 5 seconds or more will fully recharge the faucet.
How to adjust the temperature
Turn the temperature control handle.
The water temperature has been factory set to 100°F (38°C).
Depending on the conditions of both the cold and hot water
supply, adjust the temperature by turning the temperature control
handle as necessary.
● Thermostatically controlled mixing valve
Temperature
control handle
Hot
Cold
Adjustment of the flow rate
□ □
The flow controller regulates the flow rate to 1.06gpm (4L/min.) for TEL G , 0.8gpm (3L/min.) for
TEL GM, 0.5gpm (2L/min.) for TEL L , there is no need to adjust the flow rate.
□
□□
However, if you need to regulate the flow rate because the wash
basin is small or that the water supply pressure is too strong, adjust
the flow rate by turning the stop valve clockwise.
The EcoPower® type must be used with the stop valve fully opened.
Insufficient flow rate, mentioned on the next page, may cause power
shortage resulting in consumption of the built-in back-up battery.
Close
Stop valve
Open
6
Adjustment of the flow rate
●
If you need to regulate the flow rate, make sure that the initial flow rate
is more than 0.8gpm (3L/min.) for TEL□G□, 0.75gpm (2.7L/min.) for
TEL□GM, 0.48gpm (1.8L/min.) for TEL□L□.
●
(For TEL□G□) The water appears white with a flow rate of more than
0.8gpm (3L/min.)
●
(For TEL□GM) If the water pressure is low and the water flow rate is
below 0.76gpm (2.7L/min.) the back up battery will run down quickly. To
test the water flow rate, run water for 13 seconds cycles into a 20
ounce bottle or container. The faucet should flow at least 20 ounces in
13 second cycles.
●
(For TEL□L□) If the water pressure is low and the water flow rate is
below 0.48gpm (1.8L/min.) the back up battery will run down quickly. To
test the water flow rate, run water for 10 seconds cycles into a 20
ounce bottle or container. The faucet should flow at least 20 ounces in
13 second cycles.
The water appears white with
a flow rate of more than
0.8gpm (3L/min.)
□G□
TEL
20oz.
(591 mL)
□GM
□L□
TEL
TEL
Maintenance
Follow these instructions for daily maintenance.
Maintenance
Use soft cloth for maintenance
●
For general cleaning
Use a damp, soft cloth to clean the spout and sensor.
●
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. If still dirty, wipe the area
with a neutral detergent and wet cloth.
Caution
●
Do not scratch the sensor when cleaning.
Sensor part
Outlet
●
7
Avoid using anything that may scratch the spout surface.
Never use polishing powder, detergent that includes coarse particles,
thinner, benzine, acid or alkaline detergent, or a nylon scrub brush. They will
damage the surface of the spout.
Maintenance for Drain Cup Unit (Ryohan™ Only)
Remove the drain cup unit
1. Pull the drain cup unit
firmly to the drain part
then release it.
Drain cup unit
Pull Firmly
2. Turn the drain cup unit
clockwise (About 45
degrees)
Main drain
body
Drain
cup part
Notch
3. Pull the drain cup
upwards and out
Cross bar
Angle
• If the drain cup unit does not come out, put it back, and
while turning it clockwise once again, slowly pull it out.
Install the Drain cup
1. Insert the drain cup into the main drain body
Drain cup unit
3. Pull firmly on the drain cup unit, being careful
not to remove it, then release it.
Maintenance
Drain cup unit
Main drain body
2. Turn the drain cup counter-clockwise making the
cross-bar align with the notches in the angles.
Drain cup unit
4. Push the drain cup unit in.
Main drain body
Notch
• If the drain cup is accidentally removed, begin
the process over from the beginning.
Cross-bar
Click!
Push the drain
cup in until you
hear a “Click”.
Angle
8
Periodical Checking
Please check your Automatic Faucet at least once a month according to the
following instructions.
Leakage
Check the piping to see whether there is any leakage.
Ignoring this may cause property damage.
No
leakage!
Water temperature
For thermostatically controlled mix valve, turn the temperature
control handle four or five times.
Temperature
control handle
Build up may form inside, resulting in impaired performance if maintenance is not
performed.
Controller
Loose spout
Check if the spout is loose.
If the spout is loose, tighten the hexagonal nut underneath the spout.
Flow rate
Maintenance
Close
Open
When the strainer or spout nozzle is clogged, the flow rate will
decrease. Make sure to clean the strainer and the spout nozzle.
Pay special attention to the EcoPower® model, since a low flow
rate may result in low power generation. (see Pg. 6)
Stop valve
Cleaning the strainer
1. Close the stop valve.
2. Remove the strainer cover with the open-close tool.
Open-close tool
Open
Strainer
Strainer cover
Brush
3. Pull out the strainer and clean it with a brush.
4. Put the strainer back in its place.
5. Reopen the stop valve fully.
Strainer
Cleaning of the spout nozzle
1. Remove the spout nozzle with the supplied open-close tool.
Close
Open-close tool
2. Clean the spout nozzle with a brush to remove dirt from the
screen.
3. Set the spout nozzle back in place.
9
Spout nozzle
Open
Spout nozzle
Brush
Troubleshooting
Before contacting a repairman, check the following common problems and solutions. If the problem persists contact your dealer.
Problem
Water doesn't run.
Water doesn't stop.
Cause
Solution
Ref. page
The surface of the sensor is dirty.
Clean the surface of the sensor.
P.7
There is an obstruction in front of the sensor.
Remove the obstruction.
P.3
The stop valve is turned off.
Turn on the valve.
EcoPower® model: Backup battery connector
is disconnected.
Connect the backup battery connector.
P.5
The power generator and sensor connection
are not attached.
Securely attach the connector(s).
P.5
Water supply is suspended.
Wait until water supply is restored.
P.6 - 7
The strainer or the regulating screen is clogged. Clean the strainer and the regulating screen.
P.9
The surface of the sensor is dirty.
Clean the surface of the sensor.
P.7
There is an obstruction in front of the sensor.
Remove the obstruction.
P.3
If water continues to run after attempting above, turn off the stop valve.
Water temperature
is too high.
Water temperature
is too low.
Water temperature
is not controlled
properly.
Short detection range.
Stop valve is not fully opened.
Open the stop valve fully.
The strainer or the regulating screen is clogged. Clean the strainer and the regulating screen.
P.6 - 7
P.9
The temperature control handle is set at "H".
Set the temperature control handle to
the middle point.
P.6
The stop valve connected to the cold-water
supply is not fully opened.
Open the cold-water stop valve fully.
P.6 - 7
The temperature control handle is set at "C".
Set the temperature control handle to
the middle point.
P.6
The stop valve connected to the hot- water
supply is not fully opened.
Open the hot-water stop valve fully.
P.6 - 7
The hot-water supply temperature is lower
than 120°F.
Set the hot-water supply temperature
to 120°F.
One side of the stop valve is not fully opened.
Open the stop valve fully.
P.6 - 7
The strainer or the regulating screen is clogged. Clean the strainer and the regulating screen.
P.9
The self-adjusting sensor may not work
properly when stained or blocked by water
droplets.
P.7
Clean the sensor surface.
10
Trouble
Shooting
Low flow rate.
This Automatic Faucet is equipped with a self-adjusting sensor which will automatically adjust its detection range once every 15
seconds. This sensor may exhibit the following phenomena.
Note: These are implemented for safety and conservation purposes, they are not malfunctions.
Phenomenon
After sometime water stops
flowing even if your hands are
still under the faucet.
After removing hands, water
keeps running.
Explanation
The sensor activates by detecting hand movements. If your hands are not moving, it
will be regarded as an ordinary object.
Even if your hands are moving, the faucet will only keep running for 60 seconds for
safety and conservation purposes.
If the sensor is stained or blocked by water droplets, the water may keep running even
after you removed your hands. In such a case, the self-adjusting sensor will stop the
water after 15 seconds. Always wipe off all water droplets and stains from the sensor.
Specifications
Power supply
EcoPower ®
-
Battery life
-
Detection range
from the sensor
5-1/8" ~ 7-7/8" (130~200 mm)
Sensor is self-adjusting
Water supply pressure
Minimum required water pressure : 14.5 PSI (100kPa) (Flowing)
Maximum water pressure : 125 PSI (862 kPa)
1/2" NPSM
Ambient temperature
32~104°F (0~40°C)
Humidity
Max. 90% RH
Flow rate
1.06 gallon per minute (4 L/ min.) (TEL G )
0.8 gallon per minute (3 L/ min.) (TEL GM)
0.5 gallon per minute (2 L/ min.) (TEL L )
Controlled by governor
Duration time of
water discharge
10 Seconds
60 Seconds (Not Included: TEL L )
Trouble
Shooting
Water supply connection
11
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Replacement Parts
Gooseneck & Standard Spout
Gooseneck Spout
TEL 3/5 GG10
TEL 3/5 GG60
1
Standard Spout
TEL 3/5 GS10
TEL 3/5 GS60
2
3
3
6
2
5
5
4
4
6
1
7
Parts Description
1
Standard Spout Assembly
2
Sensor
3
Nozzle Assembly Set
4
Nut Set
5
Spout Mounting Kit
6
Nozzle Bushing Set
7
Flexible Tube
7
Replacement
Parts
No.
12
Helix™ Spout (TEL 3/5 GC10) & (TEL 3/5 GC60)
1
No.
2
3
4
5
6
7
Replacement
Parts
13
Parts Description
1
Helix™ Spout Assembly
2
Sensor
3
Nozzle Assembly Set
4
Nut Set
5
Spout Mounting Kit
6
Nozzle Bushing Set
7
Flexible Tube
Fordham™ Spout (TEL 3/5 GT10) & (TEL 3/5 GT60)
1
No.
2
3
4
Parts Description
1
Fordham™ Spout Assembly
2
Sensor
3
Nozzle Assembly Set
4
Nut Set
5
Spout Mounting Kit
6
Nozzle Bushing Set
7
Flexible Tube
5
6
Replacement
Parts
7
14
Axiom™ Spout (TEL 3/5 GK10) & (TEL 3/5 GK60)
1
No.
2
3
4
6
5
7
Replacement
Parts
15
Parts Description
1
Axiom™ Spout Assembly
2
Sensor
3
Nozzle Assembly Set
4
Nut Set
5
Spout Mounting Kit
6
Nozzle Bushing Set
7
Flexible Tube
Ryohan™ Spout (TEL 3/5 GM10) & (TEL 3/5 GM60)
1
2
6
8
5
4
3
No. Parts Description
Ryohan™ Spout Assembly
2
3
Sensor
Nozzle Assembly Set
4
Nut Set
5
Spout Mounting Kit
6
Nozzle Bushing Set
7
Flexible Tube
8
Drain Assembly
7
Replacement
Parts
1
16
Single Supply Dynamo
No.
Parts Description
1
Single Dynamo Unit 60 Sec.
2
Control Cover
3
Back-Up Battery
4
Dynamo Hydropower
Generator
5
Valve Assembly Unit
6
Solenoid & Diaphragm
Assembly
7
Mounting Bracket Set
8
Screws
1
4
8
8
2
6
3
5
7
Replacement
Parts
17
Thermal Supply Dynamo
61
66
62
63
65
64
Parts Description
1
Thermal Dynamo Control Unit 10/60 Sec.
2
Dynamo & Flow Control Unit
3
Thermal Mixing Valve
4
Solenoid & Diaphragm Assembly
5
Control Cover Set
6
Mounting Bracket Set
7
Back-Up Battery
67
Replacement
Parts
No.
18
WARRANTY
1. TOTO warrants its products to be free from manufacturing defects under normal use and service for a
period of three (3) years from the date of purchase. This warranty is extended only to the ORIGINAL
PURCHASER and applies only to product purchased and installed in North America.
2. TOTO’s obligations under this warranty are limited to repair or replacement, at TOTO’s option, of
products or parts found to be defective, provided that such products were properly installed and used
in accordance with OWNER’S MANUAL. TOTO reserves the right to make such inspections as may
be necessary in order to determine the cause of the defect. TOTO will not charge for labor or parts in
connection with warranty repairs or replacements. TOTO is not responsible for the cost of removal,
return and/or reinstallation of products.
3. This warranty does not apply to the following items:
a) Damage or loss sustained in a natural calamity such as fire, earthquake, flood, thunder, electrical
storm, etc..
b) Damage or loss resulting from any unreasonable use, misuse, abuse, negligence, or improper
maintenance of the product.
c) Damage or loss resulting from removal, improper repair, or modification of the product.
d) Damage or loss resulting from sediments or foreign matter contained in a water system.
e) Damage or loss resulting from improper installation or from installation of a unit in a harsh and/or
hazardous environment.
f) Damage or loss resulting from acts of animals such as mice and insects.
g) Damage or loss resulting from a use of abnormal power supply.
h) Damage or loss resulting from abrasion of consumable supplies.
i) Damage or loss resulting from frost.
4. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from State to State
or province to province.
5. To obtain warranty repair service under this warranty, you must take the product or deliver it prepaid to
a TOTO service facility together with a letter stating the problem, or contact a TOTO distributor or
products service contractor, or write directly to TOTO U.S.A., INC., 1155 Southern road, Morrow,
Georgia 30260, (888) 295-8134. If, because of the size of the product or nature of the defect, the
product cannot be returned to TOTO, receipt by TOTO of written notice of the defect shall constitute
delivery. In such case, TOTO may choose to repair the product at the purchaser’s location or pay to
transport the product to a service facility.
THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY IS THE ONLY WARRANTY MADE BY TOTO. REPAIR OR
REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY
AVAILABLE TO THE PURCHASER. TOTO SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OF USE OF
THE PRODUCT OR FOR OTHER INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR
EXPENSES INCURRED BY PURCHASER, OR FOR LABOR OR OTHER COSTS DUE TO
INSTALLATION OR REMOVAL, OR COSTS OF REPAIRS BY OTHERS, OR FOR ANY OTHER
EXPENSE NOT SPECIFICALLY STATED ABOVE.
EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING THAT OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR USE, ARE EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO
THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS. OR
THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE
ABOVE LIMITATION AND EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
©2007 TOTO USA, Inc. 1155 Southern Road, Morrow GA 30260
Phone (888)-295-8134 Fax (800)-699-4889 www.totousa.com
TOTO USA, INC. is a wholly owned subsidiary of TOTO Ltd.
Printed in September, 2008
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