wall mounted automatic tap ATW-1288


    ATW-1288 Technical Details

Curve neck design wall-mounted automatic sensor tap with separate sensor plate


  • Features
  • Technical Details
  • Dimension
  • Contents
  • Functions
  • Temperature Control
  • Add-ons



Wall mounted sensor eye 
Separate sensor plate
Conserve water and Hygienic
Power Options: Mains/4XAA Alkaline batteries (up-to 2yr lifespan)
Hands free infrared activation
Exquisite and stylish design
Solid brass construction

Special Notes:Water pressure:
Water pressure range: 0.7 (Min) - 8 Bar (Max) (1 bar or above for best performance)


AC+DC Power only Single supply feed Drilling a hole? UK Plug 
This sensor tap can be powered by both Mains (AC) and Batteries (DC) This sensor tap comes with a single water supply feed 30-35mm The control box for this sensor tap has a separate transformer with an exposed positive & negaitive cable



Control box: Diameter of 'inlet' pipe: G1/2”
Control box: Diameter of 'outlet' pipe: G1/2”
Water pressure range: 0.75 (Min) - 7 Bar (Max)
Voltage: DC6V or AC220V-240V (6V Output)
Power consumption: =0.3mW
Sensing distance: 6-24cm
Respond time: 1 Second
Battery Consumption (DC): 4xAA alkaline batteries (up-to 2yr lifespan depending on level of usage)
Silent Consumption: 0.003mW
Environment Temperature: 1-45 C
Flow Rate: 6L/Per minute
Pipe Threading: British Standard Whitworth (BSW)
Noise Class: 1
Finish: Chrome-plated
Voltage: DC6V or AC220V-240V (6V Output)

Power Options

DC = Direct Current (Battery source)
AC = Alternate Current (Mains electricity supply)

DC only: The tap can run off batteries only (4 x AA batteries)
We recommend using alkaline batteries, which should be new and of the same brand.

AC only: The tap can run off Mains power supply only.
A 'step-down' transformer is supplied, type AC220V-240V (with 6V Output)

AC + DC: The tap can run off both AC (Mains) + DC (Batteries) connected at the same time.
This means, AC (Mains supply) will run the tap as normal, while the DC (batteries) ramains dormant, and acts as a backup power should the AC power fails.

It's entirely up to you to decide which power option/combination suits your installation/usage the best.
The integrity of the tap stays the same.


ATW-1288 technical details


1x Curve-neck Tap
1x Sensor Plate
1x Control Box
1x Battery Compartment
4x AA Alkaline Batteries (Subject to availability)
1x Transformer
1x Elbow Connector (Female)
Fittings and Screws
Other fittings: 2x S-Unions, 1x Sunction cap

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Water pressure:
Water pressure range: 0.7 (Min) - 8 Bar (Max) (1 bar or above for best performance)

Temperature control:

This sensor tap is designed to be supplied with pre-mixed water.
Consideration should be given to safe hot water delivery and the use of an appropriate temperature reduction device.
See images below.

Manual blending valve:
Water temperature is controlled manually.

Thermostatic mixer valves:
Water temperature is regulated automatically.

Frequently asked question:

What's difference between 'ATV-9004B' and 'ATV-9004C'?

They're litterally both the same thing, except for only one difference.
ATV-9004B has a 'wall-mounting' brackets attached to it, while ATV-9004C has a 'female' connection end, which can be connected directly to a control box 'inlet' as shown below.



Model: ATV-9004C
Price: £79.99
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Option 1: ATV-9004C

ATV-9004C Setup

This thermostat can be connected directly to the control box using its 1/2" female outlet connector. This method is usually the quickest way to setup installation.



Model: ATV-9004B
Price: £89.99
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Option 2: ATV-9004B


ATV-9004B Setup


This thermostat has a 'wall-mounting' bracket that can be mounted on the wall or at a different location linked to the control box 'inlet' via a connecting pipe or a flexible hose (not supplied)

You can run three (3) sensor taps (maximum) with one thermostatic. Water pressure of both hot and cold supplies must be at least 3 bar.



Model: ABV-0012
Price: £19.99
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Option 4 : ABV-0012


ABV-0012 SetupABV-0012


This is a manual blending valve only, adjustable by hand. There's no thermostatic mixing element inside. Any desired temperature can only be achieved 'manually' by turning the knob clockwise or anti-clockwise by hand.


The Control box for this model (ATW-1288) is different to the one shown above, but it's the same installation precedure or principle.



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