Yes. Go to the Delta website and look it up.
Yes, I've had my faucet with power adapter for a few years now, with no problems. I went one step further and used one of those expansion plugs... not an extention cord, but a (male) plug that has three (female) receptacles on the other side. It feeds my dishwasher, faucet power, and a rechargeable hand-vac. Not so pretty but it works.
Sure can - that's how mine is installed, and it works great. The cord from the backup battery compartment is plenty long and should be able to reach your outlet. I've folded and secured mine with small zip tie to keep it up and out of the way. Easy peasy! Hope that helped.
Hello Debbie, Thank you for your question. I am happy to assist you. Our AC Adapter, EP73954, is compatible with all electronic assemblies that began manufacturing around 2014 until present day. You must have an enclosed battery pack for it to work with it. Please contact us via emailwith any further questions. Best Regards, Skyler
Hi! Thank you for your question! Yesm the AC adapter included is the only one you should use. Best Regards, Tim
I have used the AC adapter since day one (2017). I have also kept the batteries installed. The system has functioned flawlessly. I think the batteries act to regulate or "buffer" the output of the AC adapter to insure the electronics in the faucet are not damaged. I'll add that I have not had to replace the batteries since the original installation date. As a final thought, if the power goes out the batteries allow the faucet to continue to function in the "automatic" mode.
Yes, but it will only work when you turn the switch on. You'll need an electrician to split the outlet and provide non-switched power to the outlet for the adapter.
Yes, I purchased one for a project and it worked great. Took only about 15 min. Good luck
It doesn’t plug directly into the solenoid. It plugs into the battery case that comes with the faucet. Thus, the faucet “touch” feature works on the direct power connection & will continue to work off the batteries if the power fails. It’s pretty straightforward. HTH.
I cannot say that the adapter (not sure if it is universal) will work on a Kohler faucet. Our faucet is a Delta and the adapter came with the faucet.