In today’s society, visitors to commercial building toilets expect touchless restroom hygiene. This is most evident in the availability of toilet and urinal flush sensors.
These sensors eliminate the need for the user to physically press a button to flush. Therefore, it reduces their exposure to potentially unsanitary surfaces. Plus, it keeps your surfaces clean and well-maintained.
How Toilet Sensor & Urinal Flush Sensors Work
Rajeyn urinal sensor function: The urinal conducts TWICE flushing for every usage. When a person stands in the sensing range for 2 seconds, the indicator light in the infrared sensor flashes once, and the urinal will auto flush for 2s (before usage); 2s after the person leaves, the urinal will automatically flush for 6s.
Toilet sensor function: When a person stands in the sensing range for over 3 seconds, the indicator light in the infrared sensor flashes once, and the toilet will auto flush for 9 seconds every usage after the person leaves the sensing range in 1-2s.
After installing Toilet sensors & Urinal Flush Sensors in home and public bathrooms, there is no need to get your hands dirty. Toilet flush sensors are an effective way to flush your waste down the drain without contacting to touching any surface. However, defects and malfunctions may occur.
Fortunately, Rajeyn has its own R&D engineers who can provide solutions to solve sensor problems. We provide repair and replacement services for sensors, flushers, and valves to ensure your urinals and toilets are convenient for you.
Maintenance of automatic toilet sensor
Automatic toilets are very sensitive devices, which means they need proper care to work reliably over the long term. Sometimes automatic toilets fail to flush due to poor maintenance. To avoid this, you can do the following:
Keep the automatic toilet sensor free of debris. This is the first thing your automatic toilet needs to do to work properly. Remove anything that might obstruct or obscure the sensor’s view(sensor eyes), such as the role of paper towels above.
Replace automatic toilet batteries regularly. Most models have small AA or AAA batteries. A fault will be caused if the batteries are running out, which is why you need to replace them every year or so.
Avoid touching or near your automatic toilet sensor until you have a chance to flush.
Check that outside sunlight is not shining directly over the sensor. This may interfere with the device and affect its read action.
Automatic toilets are eliminating our need for touch during bathroom use, which is a boon in today’s world due to the Covid-19 pandemic.