Jabsco Lite Flush 12V Toilet w/Control Panel

Jabsco Lite Flush 12V Toilet w/Control Panel
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Lite Flush 12V Toilet With Control Panel

A NEW Electric Toilet designed to instantly retro-fit your existing manual toilet or to give your bathroom a modern stylish look. The innovative design offers both low power and water consumption with an integral rinse and waste pump system.

Internally mounted, high speed, non-clogging, centrifugal, waste macerating pump driven by powerful 240 watt, 12 or 24 Vdc, permanent magnet motor with ball bearings and robust ceramic seal, discharges up to 5ft (1.5m) above the base of the toilet.

Jabsco, self-priming up to 3m (10ft), dry running, diaphragm water pump driven by 12 or 24 Vdc, permanent magnet, ball bearing motor. Integral one touch 'Press and Release' switch pad, sealed for life.

One Touch 'Press and Release' switch pad, sealed for life, with 10ft (3m) link cable, fitted quick connector, and heat shrink seal. Complies with ISO8846 MARINE (Ignition Protection). Raw Water Rinse pump inlet - 3/4" (19mm) hose tails. Flush pump discharge - 1-1/2" (38mm) hose tail.

  • Space saving stylish design
  • Compact size, rotatable seat
  • Virtually silent operation
  • Choice of leaving bowl wet or dry after use
  • Non-clogging large bore flush pump macerates waste
  • Uses less than 1.0 amp/hour per day
  • ISO 8846 MARINE - Ignition Protection
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