Bluetooth Flushing


Sept 12, 2017

Toilet control panels often need to be wired through areas with limited accessibility, such as bulkheads or cabinetry, making them difficult to install and service. Raritan Engineering’s radically new Bluetooth Flush Control wirelessly manages an electronic Raritan toilet control from up to 50′ away, using a panel or smartphone app. Nominated for a 2017 Innovation Award, it’s debuting at the International Boatbuilders’ Exhibition & Conference (IBEX), Sept. 19–21, Tampa, Florida, booth #1212.

Ideal for new builds and refits, the Bluetooth Flush Control allows users to customize flush settings to optimize performance and water consumption. This is accomplished using the free Android or Apple app.

Advanced diagnostics allows users to send operating data to Raritan tech support directly via the app. It is able to see voltage input and current levels for the previous 250 flush cycles to assist in troubleshooting.

Maximum discharge and inlet output capacities for the Bluetooth Flush Control are 40 amps and output to the marine sanitation device activation is up to 1 amp. Maximum voltage is 27V DC. The panel requires three common AAA batteries which will run the device for up to two years.


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