Part of Grohe America’s Ondus family, this wall-mount vessel faucet has digital temperature control, digital water flow control, start and pause control, and a programmable automatic safety shut-off. It features a 7-inch spout, uses a 6-volt lithium battery, and comes in chrome, white, and black. www.grohe.com.
The Muirsis Redwood electronic faucet for above-counter vessel sinks features various sensors that deliver hands-free operation. It features ceramic disk cartridges and a solid brass construction. The AC-powered unit features four AA back-up batteries. It can be ordered in chrome and satin nickel. www.muirsis.com.
This single-hole electronic faucet from Chicago Faucets features a cast brass spout and a user-adjustable temperature control. It features a dual-beam infrared sensor and operates at 2.2 gallons per minute. www.chicagofaucets.com.
The Danze Parma kitchen faucet can be used as a manual unit or it will operate in hands-free mode. It features ceramic disc valves, a 15-inch-high spout, and comes with a matching brass spray. www.danze.com.
Emote from German brand Dornbracht uses an infrared sensor to automatically turn water on and off. Measuring 11 5/8 inches high, the unit has a 120-second safety shut-off and offers a flow rate of 1.32 gallons per minute. It uses a 6-volt lithium battery that’s installed under the sink. www.dornbracht.com.
Moments is American Standard’s hands-free bathroom faucet that is easier to use thanks to its Selectronic proximity sensor, the company says. Ideal for children, the elderly, or physically challenged adults, the unit automatically activates when an object or a hand is within the sensing zone. www.americanstandard.com.
Moen’s MotionSense sensors detect movement in two zones. As a result, to start or stop water flow users may wave a hand above the spout, use the Ready Sensor near the base of the faucet, or use the handle in the traditional manner. It uses six standard AA batteries or AC power. www.moen.com/motionsense.
The ONO touch light PRO from KWC America features a portable, wireless, touch-operated control that can be positioned virtually anywhere near the kitchen faucet. It allows users to choose one of three preset temperatures. A colored light ring lets users know the temperature that has been selected. www.kwcamerica.com.
Hansgrohe USA’s Metris S bath faucet features an infrared sensor that activates the unit. The battery-operated unit comes with a built-in stop for cleaning and offers preset temperature control. It comes in chrome. www.hansgrohe-usa.com.
While not strictly a touchless faucet, Delta’s Trinsic features optional Touch2O technology that allows homeowners to start and stop the flow of water with a simple tap anywhere on the faucet spout or handle. It uses diamond-coated ceramic valves and comes in three finishes. www.deltafaucet.com.