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#69866 - 09/21/06 08:14 PM Automatic faucets
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Registered: 03/07/04
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Loc: Lansing, IL, USA
I have never had to wire an automatic faucet before, and the plumber has no spec sheet. I am finishing the rough tomorrow, and I don't know what to do for the faucets? Any help?
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#69867 - 09/21/06 09:57 PM Re: Automatic faucets
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Depends on the faucet. Most likely the sensor is in the faucet and all you will need is a receptacle under the sink. There are some that have a separate sensor that goes on the wall, but you could always fish that in later.
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#69868 - 09/22/06 05:44 AM Re: Automatic faucets
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Registered: 01/04/05
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Make sure you check the specs provided !
Most of the ones I have dealt with give an EXACT location for the electrical connection. Sinks are easier then toilets and urinals.Toilets and urinals have a location tolerance of about 0% they must be dead on.

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#69869 - 09/23/06 06:33 PM Re: Automatic faucets
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the ones I've worked on needed 24volts under the sink

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