1x Sensor tap
1x Flexible hose (2x flexible hoses supplied with AMA series, ATT Series)
1x Transformer (Built-in inside the control box. If not, it will be supplied separately)
1x Control box (None supplied with AMA/ATT Series)
1x AC Cable (UK 3-pin AC plug is only supplied with new control box design: ACB-0112)
1x Control box back-clip (New design: ACB-0112)
Fitting and Screws
The only reason why a manual tap is better than a sensor tap is that you don’t need any type of power to get it to work (everything is done manually). Autotaps can be powered by Mains or by batteries or both (battery powered sensor taps will last up to 2 years). Autotaps also supply self-powered sensor taps with built in micro turbine system. With this turbine technology, you have the opportunity to enjoy sensor activation technology, and never worry about changing batteries or relying on Mains to get your tap to function.
Yes you do. Check the facts here.
Sensor electronic taps uses less water compared to manual taps. By using less water, you save more money on your water bills, conserve water, prevents cross-termination and your carbon footprint will be lower.
Our typical delivery lead-time are as follows:
1-2 days is £12.50 (UK Mainland)
3-5 days is £free (UK Mainland)
3-5 days is £25.00 (European Union Countries)
3-7 days is £Varies (Rest of the World)
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We offer different customization services such as, Gold plating, brass finish, shape and length customization, Swarovski-covered taps, sensor time customization, and general customization services. Please note that bespoke services carry extra charges. Please send us an email or call us for a quote.
PLEASE NOTE: Check individual sensor tap's technical details for further information.
Do you have wall mounted sensor taps? Yes we do.
Please check our ATW Series.
Please make sure your water pressure (on both the COLD and HOT supply) is high enough before buying a sensor tap. If the pressure of either of your COLD or HOT supply (or both) is too low, there are several ways of increasing the pressure i.e. buying a pressure pump. Ask a plumber for this service.
Autotaps thermostats have manual adjuster or 'knob' which by adjusting it (turning it left or right) will limit the flow of either the hot or cold supply. This is particularly useful in guarding against the possibility of scalding injuries or User's personal preferences.