Automatic sensor tap control boxes
- Researched and Designed in the UK - with attention to details, these new control boxes offers second-to-none quality with state-of-the-art technology parallel to none in the market. These control boxes are designed from the ground up, and it offers our customers a one of a kind design that's in tune with their daily requirements
Standard control box with one solenoid valve inside. This control box is used with sensor tap that has a single-supply feed to it. Most of our sensor taps use this control box as standard.
1x solenoid valve
Solenoid valve high hot water tolerance
Ultrasonic-sealed built-in transformer
LED light power indicator
Wall-mountable optional bracket
Works under low water pressure
Splash-proof inner-ridge seals
Inner rubber seal for higher protection from elements
Independent battery compartment
Durable and light outer-shell material construction
Compatible with SR6/SR9 Sensor Remote Control
Versatile Design - Future Ready
Autotaps™ hydro-turbine generator system, which uses the motion of water to generate necessary power needed to run the sensor tap. 100% Eco freindly solution with no need of external electricity or batteries source.
Built-in Hydro-turbine Generator EcoDrive
ASK-200 (DIY Sensor Kit)
ASK-200 Sensor Kit
This control box has two solenoid valves for hot and cold water supplies. ASK DIY sensor kit converts any manual tap into a 'no touch' sensor activation tap. Choose a manual tap of your choice and Autotaps will provide the sensor activation kit.
Inside Autotaps new control box, you'll find the following:
A solenoid valve is a device that allows or restricts water from passing through it. It has a built-in magnetic latch that opens and closes whenever an electric signal is sent or received from the infrared sensor. The versatile design of our new control box can incorporate 1 or 2 solenoid valves or hydro-turbine generator to be fitted.
With Autotaps new design, we've incorporated the transformer inside the box. The transformer is ultra-sonically sealed 2 times for added protection. The wire connections are further protected using IPV6 approval-seal/protection.
The battery compartment holds 4 AA alkaline batteries. The battery can be used in conjuction with the Main power supply. For example, if the power goes, the DC battery power will automatically take over. The battery should last upto 2 years on an average usage of 16,000 cycles per month (Av. 500 cycles a day)
LED Power Indicator
This new feature gives the user a snapshot of which power is being used at any particular time. There are two LED lights for each DC (Battery) or AC (Mains) power connection.
These are various cables connecting the DC battery and Mains AC power together and feeding required current to the solenoid valve and the infrared sensor.
Sensor cable Connection
The sensor cable is connected to the solenoid valve (to receive signals from the infrared motherboard) and to the power supply in order to get necessary current needed for activation.
What is a sensor tap control box?
A control box (included in most of our sensor tap package i.e. ATX-Series, ATS-Series, ATO-Series) is a control unit/hub which sits or mounted underneath the sink as part of a typical sensor electronic tap installation process. Most of our sensor tap ranges come with a control box, except AMA Series or ATT Seriesrange.
The control box is like a hub which enables water to flow IN (from main water supply) and OUT (to sensor tap). When you open up a control box, you will find a solenoid valve, power connections (Mains and battery compartment), transformer, LED connections and infrared signal wire connection.