How do touchless bathroom faucets work?
Touchless bathroom faucets operate through a system of sensors and solenoid valves. When a user places their hands under the faucet, the sensor detects this motion, and sends this information to a solenoid valve that controls the water flow. In response to the signal from the sensor, the solenoid valve opens, allowing water to flow. When the user removes their hands, the sensor no longer detects any motion and sends a signal to the solenoid valve to close, thereby stopping the water flow. These faucets are typically powered by batteries or electrical connections. They are programmed to deliver a specific amount of water, promoting water conservation and hygiene by eliminating the need for physical contact.
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