I n s t a l l a t i o n I n s t ru c t i o n s
SERIN™
MODEL NUMBERS
Deck Mount Electronic
Proximity Lavatory Faucet
2064.142
2064.153
2064.162
2064.172
2064.192
2064.145
2064.155
2064.165
2064.175
2064.195
2064.146
2064.156
2064.166
2064.176
2064.196
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.
Optional 206P400.XXX, 4" Deck Plate
Product No.'s & Options
1
Specifications
2
Faucet Installation
2-3
Electrical Installation
4-6
Start-up / Maintenance
7-8
FAQ’s / Troubleshooting
8-9
Replacement Parts
10
Optional 206P800.XXX, 8" Deck Plate
Certified to comply with ASME A112.18.1
© 2014 American Standard
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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)
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. Installation Instructions
2. Spout Assembly
3. Mounting Kit
4. Electrical Enclosure
5. Supply Hose
6a. DC Long Life Power Pack (for .142, .145, .146)
6b. DC Standard Battery (for .153, .155, .156)
6c. AC Power Supply (for .162, 165, .166)
6d. AC Power Transfomer (.192, .195, .196)
7. Y-Adapter
8. 10 ft. Extension
9. 4" Deck plate (optional, must be ordered separately)
10. 8" Deck plate (optional, must be ordered separately)
11. Mixing Valve (optional, must be ordered separately)
PRODUCT No.s
DC Long Life
Power Pack
All 2064. SERIES
I n s t a l l a t i o n I n s t ru c t i o n s
2
B
a
s
e
2064.142
2064.145
2064.146
1
SERIN™
DC Standard
Battery
2064.153
2064.155
2064.156
AC Plug-in
2064.162
2064.165
2064.166
AC Hardwire
2064.192
2064.195
2064.196
AC Multi
2064.172
2064.175
2064.176
MODEL NUMBERS
Deck Mount Electronic
Proximity Lavatory Faucet
2064.142
2064.153
2064.162
2064.172
2064.192
2064.145
2064.155
2064.165
2064.175
2064.195
2064.146
2064.156
2064.166
2064.176
2064.196
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.
Optional 206P400.XXX, 4" Deck Plate
Product No.'s & Options
1
Specifications
2
Faucet Installation
2-3
Electrical Installation
4-6
6d
Optional 206P800.XXX, 8" Deck Plate
Certified to comply with ASME A112.18.1
Start-up / Maintenance
7-8
FAQ’s / Troubleshooting
8-9
Replacement Parts
10
© 2014 American Standard
M 9 6 5 6 12 R E V. 1. 3 ( 2 / 15 )
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)
6b
d
6a
u
c
Base Product
6c
7
7
t
• Single Hole Sink
• Single Inlet
P r o
How to order the Serin™ Proximity
Product
1. Choose Power Supply
2. Choose Desired Flow Rate
Spout
4
3
8
8
Deck Plate
Deck Plate (optional)
• 1 and 3 Hole Sinks
• Single Inlet
5
206P400.XXX
9
206P800.XXX
10
Mixing Valve
Mixing Valve (optional)
• 1 and 3 Hole Sinks
• Hot and Cold Inlets
605XTMV1070
11
1
M965612 REV. 1.3 (2/15)
Roughing-in Dimensions
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.
(249mm)
9-3/4"
(136mm)
5-3/8"
(177mm)
7"
MOUNTING
SURFACE
Note: All plumbing and electrical wiring must be installed in accordance with
applicable codes, regulations and standards.
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.
(173mm)
6-11/16"
(100mm)
3-15/16"
32mm
(1-1/4") DIA.
125mm
(4-7/8")
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).
114mm
(4-1/2")
HARD-WIRED AC ONLY 10’ MAX. CABLE LENGTH
413mm
(16-1/4")
81mm
(3-3/16")
500mm
(20")
1524mm
(60")
3/8" COMP.
RECOMMENDED TOOLS
1
2
3
4
1
Slip Joint Pliers
5 Flat Blade Screwdriver
Adjustable Wrench
6 Electric Drill & 1/4"
Plumbers' Putty or Caulking
Drill Bit
Phillips Screwdriver
7 Tape Measure
2
3
7
4
1 SPOUT ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION;
6
10'
5
Fig. 1
CAUTION
Fig. 1
Turn off hot and cold water
supplies before beginning
1. Make sure O-RING (3) is installed into groove in
ESCUTCHEON RING (4).
2. Insert SENSOR CABLES (1), SPOUT HOSE (5) and
SPOUT SHANK (6) through center hole of mounting
surface. Fig. 1.
IMPORTANT: Do not
use putty when installing
faucet without escutcheon.
PUTTY
(If required) 6
3. Assemble RUBBER WASHER (7), BRASS WASHER (8)
and LOCKNUT (9) onto SHANK (6) from underside of
sink or mounting surface. Hand tighten LOCKNUT (9).
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.
*12
4
3
2
1
11
Note: 4" and 8" Deck Plates (11) are available for other
installations, see page one for information.
*(#12 CENTERING NUT) is
only used with the
installation of a 4" or 8"
deck plate
5. When using optional 4" or 8" DECK PLATE (11) first
thread the DECK PLATE CENTERING NUT (12) onto
SHANK (6). Thread the DECK PLATE CENTERING
NUT (12) tight against the underside of the faucet base.
5
7
8
6. Follow steps 1-4 above for the spout installation.
SENSOR
CABLES
MOUNTING
SURFACE
10
9
2
M965612 REV. 1.3 (2/15)
2 MOUNT ENCLOSURE; Fig. 4
Fig. 4
!
LAVATORY RIM OR
MOUNTING SURFACE
Important: For AC installation, make sure power
supply connector is inserted into enclosure
through power supply grommet before enclosure is
mounted to the wall. Reference electrical
installation section (pages 5 & 6).
14"
(356mm)
1. Determine location of ENCLOSURE (3). It must be
located with-in the 14" (356mm) by 21" (533mm)
shaded area shown in Figure 4 in order for electrical
connections from the spout assembly to be made.
2-3/4"
(71mm)
SUPPLIES
WASTE
NOTE: ENCLOSURE SUPPLY HOSE is 20". Distance
between wall supply and ENCLOSURE (3) must be
taken into consideration.
ENCLOSURE
MOUNTING
HOLES
1524mm
(60")
20"
(500mm)
21"
(mm)
3"
(76mm)
3-3/4"
(96mm)
MOUNTING HOLES
16
2. Remove 4 screws from ENCLOSURE COVER (1)
and pull off COVER (1). Hold the ENCLOSURE (3)
in desired location and mark the four mounting hole
locations as shown. Fig. 4.
1
17
3
NOTE: For AC installation, make power supply
connection before mounting ENCLOSURE (3) to wall.
3. It is recommended that the ENCLOSURE (3) be secured
to a wall stud or cross brace within the wall using the
SCREWS (16) supplied. If the ENCLOSURE (3) is to be
installed on tile or plaster walls, the ANCHORS (17) and
SCREWS (16) should be used.
Fig. 5
18
3 CONNECT SPOUT HOSE TO
ENCLOSURE; Fig. 5
3
1. Connect SUPPLY NUT (18) from spout hose to
nipple on top of ENCLOSURE (3). Tighten with
adjustable wrench to make a water tight connection.
Fig. 3.
4 CONNECT WATER SUPPLY TO
ENCLOSURE AND WALL SUPPLY;
Fig. 6, 6a
Fig. 6
NOTE; If using the optional Mixing Valve See Sheet
#M968808 for installation instructions.
3
18
1. Insert FIBER WASHER (19) into SUPPLY NUT (18)
on ENCLOSURE (3).
19
3
2. Connect FLEXIBLE SUPPLY HOSE (20) to SUPPLY
NUT (18) on ENCLOSURE (3). Tighten to make a
water tight connection. Use two wrenches to tighten
if necessary. Fig. 6.
Fig. 6a
3. Connect FLEXIBLE SUPPLY HOSE (20) directly to wall
supply. Connection on FLEXIBLE SUPPLY HOSE (20)
is 3/8" compression. Use adjustable wrench to
tighten connection. Do not over tighten. Fig. 6a.
COLD WATER OR
TEMPERED
WALL SUPPLY
Note: FLEXIBLE SUPPLY HOSE (20) measures 20"
from the bottom of the ENCLOSURE (3) base. If
additional supply length is required, installer must
purchase parts separately.
20
Important: If FLEXIBLE SUPPLY HOSE (20) is too long,
loop to avoid kinking.
3
M965612 REV. 1.3 (2/15)
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Product
Fig. 1
1
Page
DC Long Life Power Pack
(2064.142 /.145)
4
DC Standard Battery
(2064.153 /.155)
4
AC Plug-in
(2064.162 /.165)
5
AC Hardwire
(2064.192 /.195)
5
AC Multi Hook-up
(2064.172 /.175)
6
Fig. 1a
2
Fig. 1b
3
5a
5
INSTALL BATTERY
A DC VERSIONS (LONG LIFE POWER
4
PACK & STANDARD BATTERY); Fig. 1
1. Remove ENCLOSURE COVER (1). Fig. 1.
-P2
CR
STANDARD
BATTERY
Fig. 1c
2. Feed the SENSOR CABLES (2) through the top of
ENCLOSURE (3). Fig. 1a.
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3. Insert BATTERY (4) into BATTERY HOLDER (5),
make sure the shape of the BATTERY (4) follows the
shape of the BATTERY HOLDER (5) and terminal
end is inserted first. Fig. 1b.
5a
4. Insert the BATTERY CONNECTOR (5a) for the
Standard Battery or Long Life Power Pack through
side GROMMET (6) as shown. Fig. 1c.
LONG LIFE
POWER PACK
5a
!
Prior to making power connection, make sure
detection zone is not obstructed. Sensor is
self adjusting. Keep detection zone clear for 15
seconds after power is connected.
Fig. 1d
5. Connect SOLENOID CABLE (7) and BATTERY
CONNECTOR (5a) to SENSOR CABLES (2). Place
Standard Battery or Long Life Power pack into
Housing. Fig. 1d.
STANDARD
BATTERY
6. Replace ENCLOSURE COVER (1). Tighten cover
screws firmly.
7
2
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.
LONG LIFE
POWER PACK
5a
4
M965612 REV. 1.3 (2/15)
B AC VERSIONS (HARDWIRE / PLUG-IN);
Fig. 2
CAUTION
Fig. 2
2
Before opening ENCLOSURE
disconnect AC power supply.
3
NOTE: For AC installation, make power supply connection
before mounting ENCLOSURE (3) to wall.
1
1. Remove ENCLOSURE COVER (1). Fig. 2. Feed the
EXTENSION CABLES (2) from the Faucet through the
top of ENCLOSURE (3). Fig. 2.
FOR PLUG-IN HOOKUP ONLY
2a. Insert POWER CORD (8) through POWER SUPPLY
GROMMET (9) Fig. 2a.
3a. Insert POWER CORD (8) through side GROMMET (6) as
shown. Fig. 2a.
4a. Connect SENSOR CABLES (2) to SOLENOID CABLE (7)
and POWER CORD (8). Fig. 2a.
Fig. 2a
5a. Mount ENCLOSURE to wall. Replace ENCLOSURE COVER
(1). Tighten cover screws firmly.
!
Prior to making power connection, make sure
detection zone is not obstructed. Sensor is
self adjusting. Keep detection zone clear for 15
seconds after power is connected.
2
6a. Plug AC POWER SUPPLY into wall outlet. Fig. 2a.
PLUG INTO
WALL OUTLET
6
7
9
FOR HARDWIRE HOOK-UP ONLY;
8
2b. Insert one end of the 10' EXTENSION (10a) through POWER
SUPPLY GROMMET (9). Fig. 2b.
Fig. 2b
3b. Insert 10' EXTENSION (10a) through side GROMMET (6) as
shown. Fig. 2b.
2
2
4b. Connect 10' EXTENSION (10a) to single terminal of
Y-ADAPTER (11). Fig. 2b.
5b. Connect EXTENSION CABLES (2) from Faucet Sensor to
SOLENOID CABLE (7) and to either of the two terminals at
the one end of the Y-ADAPTER (11).
6b. Mount ENCLOSURE (3) to wall. Replace ENCLOSURE
COVER (1). Tighten cover screws firmly.
7
11
10a
Contractor to supply ELECTRICAL BOX (12) and power to
POWER SUPPLY (13).
7b. Mount POWER SUPPLY (13) into ELECTRICAL BOX (12).
Connect White and Black connections to POWER SUPPLY
CONNECTIONS (14). Fig. 2c.
6
9
FROM ELECTRICAL BOX
WITH POWER SUPPLY
!
Prior to making power connection, make sure
detection zone is not obstructed. Sensor is
self adjusting. Keep detection zone clear for 15
seconds after power is connected.
Fig. 2c
4" ELECTRICAL BOX
OR EQUIVALENT BY
OTHERS
12
8b. Connect the10' EXTENSION (10b) to the POWER SUPPLY
CABLE (15). Fig. 2c.
10b
14
15
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.
BLACK & WHITE
POWER
CONNECTIONS
5
13
CONNECTOR NOT
USED IN THIS
INSTALLATION
M965612 REV. 1.3 (2/15)
Fig. 3
Unit #1
Unit #2
Unit #3
10 ft. EXTENSION
CABLE
10 ft. EXTENSION
CABLE
AC POWER
SUPPLY
*MAXIMUM OF 15 UNITS PER
AC POWER SUPPLY.
10' MAXIMUM CABLE
LENGTH BETWEEN UNITS.
OR
AC HARDWIRE
POWER SUPPLY
4" (102mm) SQ. X 3-1/2" (89mm) DEEP ELECTRICAL BOX
Hubbel-RACO #256 OR EQUAL (BY CONTRACTOR).
C FOR AC-VERSION
Unit #1 Detail
Fig. 3a
(MULTI HOOK-UP); Fig. 3, 3a, 3b
1. Remove COVERS from all ENCLOSURES (2).
3
SENSOR
CABLES
2. Remove SOLID BLACK PLUG GROMMET (5) from left
side of all ENCLOSURES (2), except from Unit #1.
Replace with GRAY GROMMET (9). (Supplied with
each Faucet).
10b
2
2
3. Feed SENSOR CABLES (2) through the top of
ENCLOUSURE (3). Connect one SENSOR CABLE (2)
to the SOLENOID CABLE (7), and the other to either of
the two terminals at the one end of the Y-ADAPTER
(11). Connect the 10' EXTENSION (10a) to the other
terminal at the same end of the Y-ADAPTER (11).
2
5
11
4. Feed the other end of the 10 ft.EXTENSION (10b)
through the two GRAY GROMMETS (6a and 6b) and
connect to the single terminal end of the next unit’s
Y-ADAPTER (11). Place Y-ADAPTER (11) into
ENCLOSURE (3).
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AC POWER SUPPLY
5. Repeat Steps above for each additional Unit, for a
Max. of 15 Units on one AC POWER SUPPLY (7).
6. Replace ENCLOSURE COVERS. Tighten cover
screws firmly.
Fig. 3b
10a
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.
6a
12
6
6b
10b
M965612 REV. 1.3 (2/15)
START-UP / MAINTENANCE
Fig. 1
A HAND WASH SENSOR OPERATION;
Fig. 1
!
Prior to making power connection, make sure
detection zone is not obstructed. Sensor is
self adjusting. Keep detection zone clear for 15
seconds after power is connected.
When the Sensor detects a user, the water immediately
starts to flow. Water flow will stop 1.5 seconds after user
is out of sensor range. This comfort timer allows the user
to move his hands without the flow cycling on and off. As
a precaution, a safety timer will turn off the water after
the sensor has been blocked for 55 seconds. Water flow
will resume when the blockage is removed from the
detection zone and the sensor is activated again.
ION
ECT
T
E
D
E:
ZON EN
E
W
BET T AND
U
K
O
SP OF SIN
E
S
BA
B HOW TO INSTALL AND CHANGE
BATTERY; Fig. 2
Fig. 2
2. Disconnect BATTERY HOLDER (3) from SENSOR
CABLE (5).
1
3. Remove old BATTERY from BATTERY HOLDER (3).
Install new BATTERY (2) making sure the terminal side
is inserted first and shape of the battery follows the
shape of the BATTERY HOLDER (3).
-P2
!
CR
1. Remove COVER from ENCLOSURE (1).
2
Prior to making power connection, make sure
detection zone is not obstructed. Sensor is
self adjusting. Keep detection zone clear for 15
seconds after power is connected.
6
4. To change LONG LIFE POWER PACK (4), unplug and
replace with new Power Pack.
4
5. Reconnect BATTERY HOLDER (3) to SENSOR
CABLE (5).
3
5
6. Replace ENCLOSURE COVER. Tighten cover screws
firmly.
Fig. 3
C HOW TO CLEAN FILTER
ASSEMBLY; Fig. 3
CAUTION
7/16" SOCKET
Before opening ENCLOSURE
disconnect AC power supply.
6
1. Remove ENCLOSURE COVER.
2. Close SUPPLY STOP (13) with 4mm Hex wrench.
Note: Activate sensor to keep water flowing out of
faucet while shutting off.
WHITE
DEBRIS
CUP
13
3. Unthread FILTER ASSEMBLY (6) using a 7/16" socket.
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4. Pull out the FILTER ASSEMBLY (6), remove and clean
white debris cup and filter screen.
5. Install the FILTER ASSEMBLY (6) back in its place and
tighten with a 7/16" socket.
Caution: Do not over tighten.
FILTER
SCREEN
4mm HEX WRENCH
6. Open SUPPLY STOP (13) with 4mm Hex wrench.
7. Replace ENCLOSURE COVER. Tighten cover
screws firmly.
7
M965612 REV. 1.3 (2/15)
D HOW TO CLEAN AND REMOVE
Fig. 4
THE AERATOR OR SPRAY; Fig. 4
9
1. Remove AERATOR or SPRAY HOUSING (7) with
KEY supplied with faucet.
8
2. Remove AERATOR or SPRAY (8) from HOUSING (7).
7
7
3. Clean the AERATOR or SPRAY SCREEN (9).
4. Reassemble and install into spout end. Be sure the
black seal washer is in place.
KEY
E HOW TO CLEAN FLOW REGULATOR;
Fig.5
Fig. 5
3
1
3
2
1. Remove SUPPLY HOSE (1) from top of CONTROL BOX
ASSEMBLY (2). Pull out FLOW REGULATOR (3) from
CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY (2).
RINSE CLEAN FLOW
REGULATOR (3)
2. Rinse clean FLOW REGULATOR (3). Reassemble
SUPPLY HOSE (1) to top of CONTROL BOX
ASSEMBLY (2)
F GENERAL CLEANING; Fig. 5
Fig.6
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.
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 (855) 752-9259.
Q: What is the normal operating pressure range?
A: Faucet will operate with supply pressures ranging from 20-80 psi.
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M965612 REV. 1.3 (2/15)
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
NO
NO
1
2
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 duc t nam es lis ted here i n a re t ra d e ma r ks o f AS A me r i ca , I n c. © 2 014
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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SERIN™
Deck Mount Electronic
Proximity Lavatory Faucet
Replace the "YYY" with
appropriate finish code
CHROME
002
SATIN NICKEL
295
MODEL NUMBERS
2064.142
2064.153
2064.162
2064.172
2064.192
All 2064. SERIES
M964912-0070A
SPOUT TIP SENSOR
A912699-0070A
SEAL
M962353-YYY0A
ESCUTCHEON KIT
M964913-YYY0A
AERATOR KIT
(1.5 GPM)
M964847-YYY0A
SPRAY KIT
(0.5 GPM)
M964964-YYY0A
AERATOR KIT
(0.35 GPM)
M964936-0070A
MOUNTING KIT
2064.146
2064.156
2064.166
2064.176
2064.196
DC LONG LIFE POWER PACK
2064.142
2064.145
2064.146
M950357-0070A
LONG LIFE BATTERY
DC STANDARD BATTERY
2064.153
2064.155
2064.156
M950514-0070A
M923188-0070A
FLOW REGULATOR
(1.5 gpm)
M923187-0070A
FLOW REGULATOR
(0.5 gpm)
BATTERY HOLDER
M964940-0070A
CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY
(POWER SUPPLY NOT INCLUDED
AND MUST BE ORDERED SEPARATELY)
A923654-0070A
BATTERY 6V CR-P2
AC Plug-in
2064.162
2064.165
2064.166
M950338-0070A
POWER SUPPLY
A924162-0070A
SUPPLY HOSE
AC Hardwire
2064.192
2064.195
2064.196
M950511-0070A
10' MULTI
EXTENSION CABLE
M950520-0070A
POWER SUPPLY
M950512-0070A
Y CONNECTOR
M964410-0070A
SOLENOID ASSEMBLY
AC Multi
2064.172
2064.175
2064.176
A950507-0070A
FILTER ASSEMBLY
A950509-0070A
SUPPLY STOP
2064P400.XXX
4" DECK PLATE
2064.145
2064.155
2064.165
2064.175
2064.195
2064P800.XXX
8" DECK PLATE
M950511-0070A
10' MULTI
EXTENSION CABLE
M950512-0070A
Y CONNECTOR
HOT LINE FOR HELP
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