Electronic Sensor Kitchen Faucet Advantage
An electronic touchless kitchen faucet is a smart appliance that uses automatic motion sensor technology to activate water flow. With a wave of your hand or a pan near the sensor, the water will turn on or off. This technology is now commonly used in public restrooms to eliminate the need to touch handles.
Then what’s the advantage of a hands-free electric kitchen faucet? Below.
When sensor is activated the water begins to flow automatically. With a wave of your hand or a pan near the sensor, the water will turn on or off.
- Hygieneand helpful
Touchless design provides hands-free and germ-free operation. It is also very helpful, especially when your hands are full or dirty.
- Water saving:
Water efficient faucet reduces overall water usage without sacrificing water pressure.
- Energy saving
Battery shall last approximately 3000 times/month for over one year.
Q: Can a touchfree kitchen faucet work manually?
Most electric kitchen faucets have a manual handle, which allows the faucet to function as a regular faucet during a loss of power or sensor not-working.
Q: How does touchless electronic kitchen faucet work?
There are four key parts for touchfree kitchen faucets: sensor eye, solenoid valve, power source and faucet body. The sensor will be activated when the user place hands or object near the sensor eye (a certain distance). Then a signal will be sent to the solenoid valve to open and water flow runs though faucet body spout.
Q: How long should an electric kitchen faucet last?
As with any product, it depends on product materials, brand and how often used. Electronic faucets have more moving parts than regular versions, which can lead to more repairs. Batteries will last over 1 year based on 3000 circles per month based on Rajeyn’s electric kitchen faucets.
Q: What’s the power source for touchfree kitchen faucets?
All touchless faucets will require power source to control the sensors and the solenoid valves. The power source is typically in form of batteries or AC adapters/transformers.