Sensor Tap

The Billi Sensor Tap range offers stunning ergonomic styling and the latest in sensor tap technology. A clever spout-mounted movement sensor responds as hands move into the basin, ensuring accurate and trouble free operation. Designed to be fully disabled access compliant, the Billi Sensor tap range is an excellent washroom solution for home, office, commercial, medical or educational environments.

Features

Electronic sensor

Integrated within the spout of the Billi Sensor Tap, an electronic sensor discretely detects hand movement and automatically starts warm water flow. A discreet light indicates every stage of operation.

 

Disability conscious

So that anyone can wash hands with ease, Billi Sensor Taps have been ergonomically styled to comply with Australian Disabled Access standards.

Choice of mountings

Designed for a wide range of applications, versatile Billi Sensor Taps are available in bench mounted or wall mounted options.

Mains or battery powered

All Billi Sensor Taps come standard with a 240 volt power pack and a battery backup, so they can be installed to run off either mains or battery power.

 
Sensor Tap - Specifications
Model Sensor Tap
Bench Mount
Sensor Tap
Wall Mount
Product Code 961000 961100
Water Unlimited Unlimited
Power Supply Mains or battery Mains or battery
Current draw (Amps) 10 10
Height (mm) 241.5 83.2
Depth (mm) 165.1 195.8
Finish Bright chrome Bright Chrome

Sensor Tap - Downloads
 
Sensor Tap - Options & Accessories

Mounting Options

Bench mounted or wall mounted sensor taps are available as shown, in bright chrome finish. Contact Billi for any special senor tap requirements.

Sensor Tap - FAQS

Both. Our sensor taps come complete with a 240 volt power pack and also a battery which can be used simply as a back up or the taps can be entriely battery powered.

Contact us to discuss your project. We do have some specialist options available and would value the opportunity to meet your requirements.

Firstly make sure the sink is clear of any obstructions which may be causing a false activation of the sensor. If it is a reflective type sink such as stainless steel the sensitivity of the sensor may need to be adjusted, which is a simple task.

This is likely due to a dirty sensor. Carefully clean the sensor window in the head of tap with a damp cloth.