Many stores seem to be putting sensor faucets in their restrooms.
Personally, I hate them. Some work fairly well, while others are
annoying as hell. Anything I hate is when I have to practically do a
dance with my hands to get any water out.
A local convenience store had one that worked so poorly, that just to
get a half second squirt of water took a minute of jiggling my hands at
the faucet. I complained to the management several times and they did
nothing. I finally contacted their corporate offices and they did make
it work better, but still not perfectly.
If I had any opinions on the matter, I'd replace all of them with the
old spring-back faucets, where the spring had a slight delay and the
faucet turnd off.
Anyhow, I'm wondering if anyone on here knows anything about these
My main question is how do they adjust the sensitivity? Is there an
adjustment knob or screw under the sink? (I dont see one on top, unless
it's under some panel or something).
Also, I dont see any wiring going to them, are they battery operated or
There are also the sensor toilets and urinals. Those seem to work better
than the sinks, but there again, I see no wire going to the ones where
the pipes are exposed.