What is Infrared Technology?
In our automatic sanitary wares industry, we normally use an active IR sensor, which has two parts: a light-emitting diode (LED) and a receiver. When an object comes close to the sensor, the infrared light from the LED reflects off of the object and is detected by the receiver. Active IR sensors act as proximity sensors.

Rajeyn has well solved the interference in the strong magnetic or strong light environment. The sensor distance is stable and accurate without malfunction.

This technology is used for automatic sanitary wares, including auto sensor faucets, auto sensor flush for urinals and toilets, auto sensor soap dispensers.

How does Infrared Technology improve hygiene?

Infrared sensors allow public toilet units to operate without the user having to touch buttons, faucets, or handles. This touchless operation reduces the spread of bacteria and germs.

Auto faucets are safer and easier to use, especially at home with children or the elderly. The temperature can be set to avoid accidental burns; plus, if the water is still too hot, simply remove your hand from the faucet to turn off the water. Arthritis sufferers who can’t turn the knob will also enjoy the ease of use that makes their lives easier and helps with their independence.

Significantly less microbial growth was found on the automatic faucets, indicating that no need to touch the faucet reduced the transmission of microbes. Sensor faucets are also designed with fewer seams, minimizing places for microbes to hide and making faucets easier to keep clean.