FlushIQTM technology offers overflow protection, leak detection and a clean, touch-free flush.
How it works + Led indicators
A simple wave of the hand near the sensor will flush the toilet and the LED will display blue throughout the cycle.
A sensor on the back of the bowl monitors the water level in the bowl. If the water level rises to a critical level, the LED display will flash red and blue the next time a flush is attempted.
The sensor will stop additional flushes, preventing water from spilling out of the bowl due to overflow, until the overflow is resolved.
A sensor in tank monitors the water level in the tank. If the water level in the tank drops, breaking contact with the sensor, the LED indicator will change to yellow next time the toilet is flushed.
The toilet tank will not continually refill if a leak is detected, thus saving water & money.
Low Battery Alert
The FlushIQTM system can accept four (4) AA batteries OR four (4) C batteries. When the batteries run low, the LED will blink red during the flush cycle.
The homeowner will have up to one month to change the batteries from the first time the low battery indication appears.
Quickly de-activate the sensor for cleaning by touching the sensor for seven seconds. The unit will remain in sleep mode for 10 minutes and automatically reactivate itself.
The sensor can be reactivated before the 10 minutes are up by touching it again for seven seconds.
A clean, touch free flush with a simple wave of the hand.
The FlushIQ™ system can accept four (4) AA batteries OR four (C) batteries. The AA batteries will last up to two years and C batteries will last up to five years.
Helps to reduce overflows by preventing flushing if the water in the bowl is at a critical level.
Built in sensors alert you to possible tank leaks, potentially saving money and water.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does it mean if my toilet has FlushIQ™ Technology?
FlushIQ™ toilets are equipped with three unique features that are above and beyond the other innovations found in Delta toilets. 1. Overflow Protection 2. Touch-Free Flush 3. Leak Detection
How does overflow protection work?
A sensor on the back of the bowl monitors the water level in it. If the water level rises to a critical point, the sensor will prevent additional flushes until the overflow
issue is resolved. The LED display will flash red and blue indicating that there is an issue.
How does touch-free flush work?
FlushIQ™ uses capacitive technology which enables a clean, touch-free flush by simply placing your hand over the sensor on the tank.
The sensor will activate a flush. The sensor is positioned out of the way so a user will not activate a flush that they donât want to.
How does leak detection work?
Built-in sensors alert you to possible tank leaks, potentially saving money and water. A sensor monitors the water level in the tank. If the water level in the tank drops,
breaking contact with the sensor, the LED indicator will change to yellow the next time the toilet is flushed indicting there is a potential leak.
How does leak detection save me money?
Typical tank or toilet leaks can go undetected by many homeowners. Even the smallest leak in an old flapper can waste gallons of water by slowly draining your tank. When water leaks from your tank into the bowl, a typical tank will continually re-fill itself. Delta® toilets with FlushIQ™ technology have a sensor that will detect a drop in the water level in the tank and will not re-fill the tank. The LED indicator will change to yellow the next time the toilet is flushed indicating there is a potential leak.
How long do the batteries last?
Depending on usage, the four (4) AA batteries included with the product will last up to two (2) years with normal use. However, by removing the AA adapter inside the battery box and using four (4) C batteries, you could get up to five (5) years of battery life.
Can I shut off the sensors so that I can clean my toilet?
Yes! You can put the toilet into a “Sleep Mode” by touching the sensor for 7 seconds. The sensor will begin to blink after 3 seconds (this is just letting you know that it is about to enter sleep mode). Once the light turns off, it will start to blink blue. Your toilet is now in sleep mode. It will stay asleep for 10 minutes or just touch the sensor again for 7 seconds to manually take it out of sleep mode.
Is there any low-battery alert?
When the batteries run low, the LED will blink red during the flush cycle. The homeowner will have up to one month to change the batteries from the first time the low battery indication appears.
Can I manually flush my toilet if the batteries run out?
While there is no handle included on the FlushIQ™ toilet, it is possible to actuate one manual flush in the event the batteries completely run out of power. Simply lift the tank lid off the toilet and push down on the red, manual flush lever. This will require some force due to the weight of the water. This is a one-time only flush and your tank will not re-fill until the batteries are replaced.