There are pros and cons to induction taps
Induction faucets originated in the 1970s in Japan and Europe and the United States and other economically developed countries, used in public places to prevent secondary pollution after handwashing, to avoid the infection of disease, but the water-saving function is less important. However, due to the immaturity of the induction tap technology at the time, it was not all smooth sailing in its development and popularity. Inductive electric faucets are very convenient in use. Inductive faucet can do “body water to hand, hand away from water to stop”, dealing with the traditional faucet running, dripping, leaking problems and bad water habits (when scrubbing face milk and brushing teeth will not turn off the tap). The reason why there are advantages and disadvantages is that it is water-saving and convenient; however, it cannot be used after power failure and the water regulation is not flexible. Home is not a good fit. When the human hand is placed in the infrared region of the faucet, the infrared emitting tube is reflected to the infrared receiving tube, the signal is sent to the pulse solenoid valve through the microcomputer in the integrated circuit.