Easyflush Direct Sensor Unit

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How it works

Easyflush Direct includes a valve, DC pipe interruptor and sensor.

When the sensor is activated, the valve is activated for between 2 and 3.5 seconds, supplying water to flush the WC direct from the mains water supply. After this period, the valve closes and the flush is complete, but can be activated again immediately.

There are two versions to suit different applications:

Easyflush Direct Wave is operated by the user bringing their hand towards the infrared sensor. A part flush is triggered by holding one’s hand in place near the sensor for about 1 second and a full flush is triggered by a slightly longer hand pass.

Easyflush Direct Walkaway is activated when the user stands up or leaves the cubicle, but it can also be activated by the user bringing their hand toward the sensor. A part flush is triggered by short user occupancy and a full flush by long user occupancy (over 45 seconds).

Features:

  • No cistern required – saves space.
  • No inlet valves – reduced installation cost.
  • No cistern refill – immediate re-flush for busy areas.
  • Infrared sensor operated.
  • Hygiene flush to maintain cleanliness.
  • Range of flow rates.
  • Compliant with Water Regulations. WRAS approved.
  • BREEAM Wat 01 compatible product.
Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC IFC - 2 2.0
Revit Revit 2016 + 2 2.0

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Properties and values

IFC
IfcExportAs
IfcSensorType
IfcExportType
MOVEMENTSENSOR
COBie
BOS_General
NBS_Data
Accessories
DFD solenoid valve, mains power adapter, battery case
InstallationGuide
www.cistermiser.co.uk/​EasyFlush-Direct-Install-Guide.pdf
IntegralAccessories
EFD Solenoid valve, Mains power adapter
OperatingControl
Proximity (Infrared )sensor control
Pset_SensorTypeCommon
Pset_SensorTypeMovementSensor

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    What's Changed?

    7/2/2018

    Updated to BOS2.0 and IFC4

    6/18/2018