Installation Instructions

Installation Instructions
SELECTRONIC®
Moments
Proximity Faucets
MODEL NUMBERS
2506.14X 2506.15X 250B.10X
CAUTION: Use only American Standard
supplied cable sets. Using non-AS supplied
cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying any
components will void the warranty.
© 2007 American Standard
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
Parts
10
Certified to comply with ASME A112.18.1
© 2017 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@lixilamericas.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)
M965653 Rev. 1.8 (12/17)
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
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.
6. 4" Deck plate (optional, must be ordered separately)
7. 8" Deck plate (optional, must be ordered separately)
8. Mixing Valve (optional, must be ordered separately)
9. Control Box Cover Screws
1. Installation Instructions
2. Spout Assembly
3. Mounting Kit
4. Control Box
5. Supply Hose
MODEL NUMBER:
POWER KITS SOLD SEPARATELY
2506.192 with cast spout, 1.5 GPM
vandal resistant aerator.
Plug-In AC
Power Kit
PK00.PAC
2506.195 with cast spout, 0.5 GPM
vandal resistant aerator
Hard-Wired AC
Power Kit
Multi-AC
Power Kit
PK00.HAC
PK00.MAC
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DO NOT REMOVE
PROTECTIVE
FILM FROM
SENSOR EYE UNTIL
INSTALLATION IS
COMPLETE.
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Installation Instructions
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SELECTRONIC®
Moments
Proximity Faucets
MODEL NUMBERS
2506.1X2 2506.1X3 2506.1X5
CAUTION: Use only American Standard
supplied cable sets. Using non-AS supplied
cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying any
components will void the warranty.
Product No.'s & Options
Specifications
© 2007 American Standard
1
2
Faucet Installation
2-3
Electrical Installation
4-6
Start-up / Maintenance
7-8
FAQ’s / Troubleshooting
8-9
Parts
10
Certified to comply with ASME A112.18.1
© 2015 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)
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(In Toronto Area only: 1-905-306-1093)
605XTMV
605P800
Mixing Valve
Deck Plate
605P400
6
7
1
8
M965653 Rev. 1.8 (12/17)
Roughing-in Dimensions
Fig. 1
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
FINISHED
WALL
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.
154mm
(6-1/16)
126mm
(5)
159mm
(6-1/4)
55.5mm
(2-3/16)
49mm
(2)
Note: All plumbing and electrical wiring must be
installed in accordance with applicable codes,
regulations and standards.
32mm (1-1/4)
125mm
(4-7/8)
114mm
(4-1/2)
SEE DETAIL “A”
CAUTION: Use only American Standard
supplied cable sets. Using non-AS supplied
cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying any
components will void the warranty.
381mm
(15)
81mm
(3-3/16)
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).
500mm
(20)
HARD-WIRED AND MULTI AC 10’ MAX. CABLE LENGTH
3/8" COMP.
TOOLS REQUIRED; Fig. 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Fig. 2
Slip Jaw Pliers
Adjustable Wrench
Plumbers' Putty or Caulking
Phillips Screwdriver
Flat Blade Screwdriver
Electric Drill & 1/4" Drill Bit
Tape Measure
INSTALLATION
2
1
3
7
4
6
10'
5
Fig. 1
SENSOR
CABLES
1 SPOUT ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION;
1
Fig. 1
CAUTION
Turn off hot and cold water supplies before beginning
1. Connect the two 27" EXTENSION CABLES (1) to
the Faucet Sensor Cables.
2
3
1
2. Insert 27" EXTENSION CABLES (1), FLEX HOSE
(2) and SPOUT SHANK (3) through center hole of
mounting surface.
Fig. 1a
3
4
3. Assemble "C" WASHER (4) and LOCKNUT (5)
onto SPOUT SHANK (3) from underside of
mounting surface.
5
4. Align FAUCET and tighten LOCKNUT (5).
Note: 4" and 8" Deck Plates are available for other
installations, see page one for information.
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2 MOUNT CONTROL BOX; Fig. 2
Fig. 2
LAVATORY RIM OR
MOUNTING SURFACE
1. Determine location of CONTROL BOX (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.
14"
(356mm)
NOTE: CONTROL BOX SUPPLY HOSE is 20". Distance
between wall supply and CONTROL BOX (1) must be
taken into consideration.
SUPPLIES
ENCLOSURE
MOUNTING
HOLES
1
2-3/4"
(71mm)
2. Remove tape from CONTROL BOX COVER (2)
and pull off COVER (2). Hold the CONTROL BOX (1)
in desired location and mark the four mounting hole
locations as shown.
WASTE
20"
(500mm)
21"
(mm)
3"
(76mm)
3-3/4"
(96mm)
MOUNTING HOLES
NOTE: Find plastic bag containing 4 M5X16 screws
to be used for securing the CONTROL BOX COVER (1)
when installation is complete.
3
1
NOTE: For AC installation, make power supply
connection before mounting CONTROL BOX (1) to wall.
2
4
3. It is recommended that the CONTROL BOX (1) be secured
to a wall stud or cross brace within the wall using the
SCREWS (3) supplied. If the CONTROL BOX (1) is to be
installed on tile or plaster walls, the ANCHORS (4) and
SCREWS (3) should be used.
1
NOTE: If using Mixing Valve (optional) See Sheet
#M968808 for installation instructions.
Fig. 3
3 CONNECT SPOUT HOSE TO
1
CONTROL BOX; Fig. 3
1. Connect SUPPLY NUT (1) from spout hose to nipple on
top of CONTROL BOX (2). Tighten with adjustable
wrench to make a water tight connection. Fig. 3.
2
4 CONNECT WATER SUPPLY TO
Fig. 4
CONTROL BOX AND WALL SUPPLY;
Fig. 4, 4a
2
1
NOTE; If using the optional Mixing Valve See Sheet
#M968808 for installation instructions.
4
1. Insert FIBER WASHER (4) into SUPPLY NUT (1) on
CONTROL BOX (2).
3
Fig. 4a
2. Connect FLEXIBLE SUPPLY HOSE (3) to SUPPLY
NUT (1) on CONTROL BOX (2). Tighten to make a
water tight connection. Use two wrenches to tighten
if necessary. Fig. 4.
3. Connect FLEXIBLE SUPPLY HOSE (3) directly to wall
supply. Connection on FLEXIBLE SUPPLY HOSE (3)
is 3/8" compression. Use adjustable wrench to
tighten connection. Do not over tighten. Fig. 4a.
COLD WATER OR
TEMPERED
WALL SUPPLY
Note: FLEXIBLE SUPPLY HOSE (3) measures 20" from the
bottom of the CONTROL BOX (2) base. If additional supply
length is required, installer must purchase parts separately.
3
Important: If FLEXIBLE SUPPLY HOSE (3) is too long,
loop to avoid kinking.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Product
Plug-in AC Power Kit
(PK00.PAC)
Fig. 1
1
Page
5
Hard-Wired AC Power Kit
(PK00.HAC)
5
MULTI-AC Power Kit
(PK00.MAC)
6
Fig. 1a
2
Fig. 1b
3
5a
A DC VERSIONS (PWRX &
STANDARD BATTERY); Fig. 1
5
1. Remove CONTROL BOX COVER (1). Fig. 1.
INSTALL BATTERY
2. Feed the 27" EXTENSION CABLES (2) through the
top of CONTROL BOX (3). Fig. 1a.
4
FOR STANDARD BATTERY VERSION ONLY
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.
-P2
CR
Fig. 1c
STANDARD
BATTERY
6
4. Insert the BATTERY CONNECTOR (5a) from the
Standard Battery or PWRX Battery Pack through side
GROMMET (6) as shown. Fig. 1c.
5a
PWRX
5. Connect SOLENOID CABLE (7) and BATTERY
CONNECTOR (5a) to 27" EXTENSION CABLES (2).
Place Standard Battery or PWRX Battery Pack into
housing. Fig. 1d.
6. Replace CONTROL BOX COVER (1). Tighten cover
screws firmly.
Fig. 1d
5a
5a
2
CAUTION: Use only American Standard supplied
cable sets. Using non-AS supplied cables, or
cutting, splicing or modifying any components will
void the warranty.
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STANDARD
BATTERY
PWRX
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B AC VERSIONS (HARDWIRE / PLUG-IN);
Fig. 2
Fig. 2
CAUTION
2
Disconnect AC power supply before opening CONTROL BOX.
3
1
NOTE: For AC installation, make power supply connection
before mounting CONTROL BOX (3) to wall.
1. Remove CONTROL BOX COVER (1). 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.
Fig. 2a
4a. Connect one of the 27" EXTENSION CABLES (2) to
SOLENOID CABLE (7) and the other to the SINGLE AC
ADAPTER (10). Connect POWER CORD (8) to SINGLE AC
ADAPTER (10) and install CONNECTOR LOCKING
DEVICE (16). Fig. 2a.
5a. Mount CONTROL BOX to wall. Replace CONTROL BOX
COVER (1). Tighten cover screws firmly.
16
7
2
6a. Plug AC POWER SUPPLY into wall outlet.
PLUG INTO
WALL OUTLET
6
9
FOR HARDWIRE HOOK-UP ONLY;
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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.
4b. Connect one of the 27" EXTENSION CABLES (2) to SOLENOID
CABLE (7) and the other to the 10' EXTENSION CABLE (10a).
Install CONNECTOR LOCKING DEVICE (16). Fig. 2b.
8
2
2
16
5b. Mount CONTROL BOX (2) to wall. Replace CONTROL BOX
COVER (1). Tighten cover screws firmly.
6
7
Contractor to supply ELECTRICAL BOX (12) and power to
POWER SUPPLY (13).
9
10a
6b. Mount POWER SUPPLY (13) onto ELECTRICAL BOX (12).
Connect connections to POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS
(14). Fig. 2c.
FROM ELECTRICAL BOX
WITH POWER SUPPLY
7b. Connect the 10' EXTENSION (10b) to the POWER SUPPLY
CABLE (15). Fig. 2c.
Fig. 2c
10b
10' EXTENSION
12
CAUTION: Use only American Standard
supplied cable sets. Using non-AS supplied
cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying any
components will void the warranty.
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14
BLACK & WHITE
POWER
CONNECTIONS
5
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Fig. 3
Unit #2
Unit #1
Unit #3
Already installed
10 ft.
EXTENSION
CABLE
AC POWER
SUPPLY
OR
*MAXIMUM OF 15 UNITS PER
AC POWER SUPPLY.
10' MAXIMUM CABLE
LENGTH BETWEEN UNITS.
BLACK &
WHITE
POWER
CONNECTIONS
C MULTI-AC VERSION (DAISY-CHAIN); Fig. 3, 3a
Important: All control box covers must be removed before beginning to make daisy-chain connections.
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 5).
For subsequent Units, refer to instructions below...
1. Remove COVERS from all CONTROL BOX (3).
2. Insert pervious unit’s 10' EXTENSION (11a) through
gray GROMMET (5b) and connect to single terminal of
Y-ADAPTER (11).
Fig. 3a
Unit #2 Detail
3. Remove solid black plug grommet from left side of all
CONTROL BOX (3), and replace with GRAY
GROMMET (5b). (Supplied with each Faucet).
3
4. Feed 27" EXTENSION CABLES (2) through the top of
CONTROL BOX (3). Connect one 27" EXTENSION
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 current unit’s 10'
EXTENSION (10a) to available terminal of the
Y-ADAPTER (11).
6a
10a
2
11a
5. Feed the other end of the 10 ft.EXTENSION (10b)
through the two GRAY GROMMETS (6a and 6b) and
connect to the single terminal of the next unit’s
Y-ADAPTER (11). Place Y-ADAPTER (11) into
CONTROL BOX (3).
10b
2
6b
5b
11
6. Repeat Steps above for each additional Unit, for a
Max. of 15 Units on one AC POWER SUPPLY.
5
7
7. Replace CONTROL BOX COVERS. Tighten cover screws
firmly.
CAUTION: Use only American Standard
supplied cable sets. Using non-AS supplied
cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying any
components will void the warranty.
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MAINTENANCE
Fig. 1
DETECTION
ZONE
A HAND WASH SENSOR OPERATION;
Fig. 1
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
and 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" (50mm - 250mm)
Default: Set at Factory 6" (150mm)
B CHANGE SENSOR RANGE;
Fig. 2
(Factory set at 6") Fig. 2, 2a
1. Remove cover from CONTROL BOX. Disconnect
Power Supply (1), then reconnect. Fig. 2.
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.
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.
5. Replace CONTROL BOX COVERS (2). Tighten cover
screws firmly.
1
Fig. 2a
Fig. 2a
1" - 2" (30mm - 50mm
UP TO 10"
(250mm)
2
C CLEAN FILTER ASSEMBLY; Fig. 3
CAUTION
BLINKING LED
2
BLINKING LED
Fig. 3
Before opening CONTROL BOX disconnect AC power supply.
7/16" SOCKET
1. Remove CONTROL BOX COVER.
2. Close SUPPLY STOP (13) with 4mm Hex wrench.
Note: Activate sensor to keep water flowing out of
faucet while shutting off.
3. Unthread FILTER ASSEMBLY (6) using a 7/16" socket.
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.
6. Open SUPPLY STOP (13) with 4mm Hex wrench.
7. Replace CONTROL BOX COVER. Tighten cover
screws firmly.
6
WHITE
DEBRIS
CUP
13
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FILTER
SCREEN
4mm HEX WRENCH
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or PWRX; Fig. 4
Fig. 4
1. Remove COVER from CONTROL BOX (1).
CR-P2
D INSTALL / REPLACE THE BATTERY
1
5
2
STANDARD
BATTERY
2. Disconnect BATTERY HOLDER (3) from 27"
EXTENSION CABLE (5).
6
3
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).
PWRX
4. To replace PWRX BATTERY PACK (4), unplug and
replace with new Power Pack.
5. Reconnect BATTERY HOLDER (3) to 27" EXTENSION
CABLE (5).
4
6. Replace CONTROL BOX COVER. Tighten cover screws
firmly.
E CLEAN AND REMOVE
Fig.5
3
THE AERATOR; Fig. 5
1. Remove AERATOR HOUSING (1) with KEY supplied
with faucet.
1
3. Remove AERATOR (2) from HOUSING (1).
2. Clean the AERATOR SCREENS (3).
2
4. Clean with water. Reassemble and install into
spout end. Make sure black seal washer is in place.
F GENERAL CLEANING; Fig. 6
Fig. 6
1. For general cleaning use a damp, soft cloth to clean
the spout and the sensor.
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.
3
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/Maintenance,
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
1
RECONNECT BATTERY TO SENSOR.
DOES SENSOR FLASH FOR 5 SECONDS?
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
Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. EST Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 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
P roduct names l i st ed herei n are t r ademar ks of A S A mer i ca, In c. © 2 0 1 7
To learn more about American Standard Selectronic® Products visit our website at:
www.americanstandard-us.com or e-mail us at: CRTTEAM@lixilamericas.com
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