Installation & Maintenance

Installation & Maintenance
AquaSense
Z6912, Z6913 and
Z6915 Series
®
Sensor-Operated Lavatory Faucets
for Battery or Plug-In Installations
Installation, Operation,
Maintenance, and Parts Manual
Patented and Patents Pending
Z6912
Z6915
Z6913
LIMITED WARRANTY
All goods sold hereunder are warranted to be free from defects in material and factory workmanship for a period of three years from the date of purchase.
Decorative finishes warranted for one year. We will replace at no cost goods that prove defective provided we are notified in writing of such defect and
the goods are returned to us prepaid at Sanford, NC, with evidence that they have been properly maintained and used in accordance with instructions.
We shall not be responsible for any labor charges or any loss, injury or damages whatsoever, including incidental or consequential damages. The sole and
exclusive remedy shall be limited to the replacement of the defective goods. Before installation and use, the purchaser shall determine the suitability
of the product for his intended use and the purchaser assumes all risk and liability whatever in connection therewith. Where permitted by law, the
implied warranty of merchantability is expressly excluded. If the products sold hereunder are “consumer products,” the implied warranty of merchantability is limited to a period of three years and shall be limited solely to the replacement of the defective goods. All weights stated in our catalogs and
lists are approximate and are not guaranteed.
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AquaSense ‘A’
Battery-Powered Faucets
Sensor-Operated Battery-Powered
Lavatory Faucets
Z6912
Z6913
Z6915
IMPORTANT:
• ALL PLUMBING IS TO BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
APPLICABLE CODES AND REGULATIONS.
• FLUSH ALL WATER LINES PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
• SENSOR UNITS SHOULD NOT BE LOCATED ACROSS FROM
EACH OTHER OR IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO HIGHLY REFLECTIVE
SURFACES.
AquaSense ‘A’
Battery-Powered Faucets
3 Electronics Module Installation
1 Cover Plate Installation
Attach sensor connector wire from the faucet to the mating sensor
connector wire from the electronics module. Orient connectors
so that the pins are properly aligned before pressing connectors
together. Do not force together; damage to pins may occur.
Secure the cable connectors with the locking ring provided.
Be certain that the cable connection is made before the
batteries are installed.
Attach electronics module to the shank using the hex nut and
gasket provided. Orient the electronics in a convenient location
and tighten hex nut. DO NOT USE THREAD SEALANT.
(For faucets with -CP4 or -CP8 suffix)
Remove adhesive backing from gasket and then pass sensor
connector wire and shank through gasket. Align gasket with
faucet bottom and press firmly together. Pass sensor connector
and shank through cover plate and fasten to the faucet with the
provided screws.
4a Battery Installation
Loosen the battery cover screw with the supplied Allen wrench.
Remove the cover and install the batteries as indicated on the
battery case. Replace the battery cover and secure.
4b ACA Plug-In Adapter Installation
When using the -ACA plug-in power supply, remove sticker at
location (A) and plug in adapter.
2 Spout Installation
If there is an existing faucet, turn off water supply and remove
the old faucet. Assure supply lines are completely flushed and
free of debris. Clean lavatory rim around the mounting area for
the new sensor faucet.
Place the sensor connector wire and shank through cover plate
gasket and hole in the lavatory. Orient black plastic mounting
washer with the slot facing up. Place mounting washer and star
washer over shank and secure the entire assembly to the lavatory
with the mounting nut. The sensor wires must pass through
slot in plastic mounting washer. Do not pinch sensor wires.
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5 Filter or Mixing Tee or Mixing Valve Installation
The supplied inlet filter must be used with every faucet, unless a
mixing tee or mixing valve is ordered. The inlet filter is attached
directly to the electronics module’s water inlet. Tempered water is
then supplied to the filter using a standard 3/8" x 1/2" ball riser
(supplied by others.)
The optional mixing tee assembly (-MT) or mixing valve (-MV)
have integral filters and backchecks. These take the place of the
standard inlet filter when ordered. The mixing tee or mixing valve
outlet attaches to the electronics module with a 3/8" x 1/2" ball
riser (supplied by others). Hot and cold water is then supplied to
the appropriate 3/8" compression inlets.
Z6912, Z6913, and Z6915 Repair Kits
AquaSense ‘A’
Battery-Powered Faucets
Description
Product No.
1. Z6912 Spout Assembly with Sensor
P6912-1
2. Z6913 Spout Assembly with Sensor
P6913-1
3. Z6915 Spout Assembly with Sensor
P6915-1
4. Electronics Box with Solenoid
P6900-B-L
5. Solenoid Rebuild Kit (Diaphragm, Plunger, and Plunger Spring)
P6900-SRK
6. Filter Kit
P6900-120
7. Z6912 Base Plate Gasket
P6912-42
8. Z6913 Base Plate Gasket
P6913-42
9. Z6915 Base Plate Gasket
P6915-42
10. Mounting Kit
P6900-43
11. Filter Screen
P6900-MV-7
12. Optional Plug-in Power Converter
P6900-ACA
13. Shank Connection Gasket
P6900-SG
14. 4" Cast Cover Plate with Gasket
P6913-12CP4
15. 8" Cast Cover Plate with Gasket
P6913-12CP8
16. Mixing Tee with Filters and Backchecks
P6900-MT
17. Mixing Valve with Filter
P6900-MV
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SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage:
Sensor Range:
OPERATION
7.5" Approximate
Operating Water
Pressure:
20-80 psi
Ambient
Temperature:
32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
Operational Water
Temperature:
35°F to 140°F (2°C to 60°C)
Aerator:
1.) Invisible light rays are continually emitted from the faucet
sensor.
6 VDC
(4 “AA” Alkaline)
2.) When the user’s hands come into range of the sensor’s detection
zone (8" approximate), the beam is
back to the
sensor’s receiver and converted to a low voltage electrical
signal activating a solenoid valve.
3.) After the user removes their hands, the absence of
d
light stops the low voltage electrical signal, closing the valve.
The circuit automatically resets for the next user.
4.) If an object is in view continuously for thirty seconds, the
faucet will automatically shut . The faucet will remain o
until the object is removed. After the object is removed, the
faucet functions normally.
2.0 GPM Vandal-Resistant (Standard)
AquaSense ‘A’
Battery-Powered Faucets
CARE AND CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
DO NOT use abrasive or chemical cleaners to clean faucets as they
will dull the luster and attack the chrome or special decorative
. Use only mild soap and water, then wipe dry with a clean
cloth or towel. While cleaning the bathroom tile and r, the faucet
and electronics should be protected from splattering of water, cleaner,
that can damage the sensor faucet.
acids, and cleaning
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO DIAGNOSE
REMEDY
FAUCET WILL NOT
FLOW WATER
Water supply not turned on.
Check supply stops.
Turn on water.
Batteries not connected.
Check connections.
Reconnect batteries.
Cable connection is not
fully engaged.
Check cable connection.
Remove battery, and disengage the cable
connection. Check cable connection
for broken
pins and reconnect cable. Check battery for
voltage level and reinstall.
Low battery.
Flashing red light in sensor eye
indicates low battery.
Remove batteries and replace with
four (4) new alkaline batteries.
Solenoid valve inoperative.
Move hand in front of faucet to
see if solenoid valve is clicking.
If clicking, open solenoid valve
and clean it.
If not clicking, replace solenoid valve.
FAUCET CONTINUES
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T HAN 3 0 S E C O N D S
OR DRIPS
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AIR DELIGHTS, INC.
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Sensor/electronics are
inoperative.
Move hand in front of faucet to
see if solenoid valve is clicking.
See note in Step 4.
Remove the battery and short circuit the
battery terminals with Allen wrench. This will
reset the electronics. Replace battery.
Filter is plugged.
Shut water supply. Remove
clean out cap.
Clean the
Solenoid valve is dirty.
Open the solenoid valve and check for
d e b r is . C a r e fu lly o b s e r v e th e w a y
v a lv e g o e s to g e th e r fo r r e a s s e m b ly.
Shut water supply. Disassemble solenoid
a n d r e m o v e d e b r is fr o m d ia p h r a g m a n d /o r
plunger tip. Reassemble solenoid.
and reassemble.
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