Compact is the word!
OGO Origin is the new compact concept in waterless composting toilets.
Comfortable seat height
Electric agitation at the push of a button
Visual check of the urine tank by a warning light
Solids container is easily removed through the front
Sleek modern design in smooth white plastic
Easy to keep clean
Powered by a simple 12 volt battery supply or 240v/12v mains transformer
Odour free – urine separation within the bowl
Good capacity – 9 litre urine bottle – solids 25 to 30 uses
Easy on 12v power – Fan 0.48 Ah/day Motor 0.6 Ah/day (approx)
Easy to install – secure the base, attach power and vent – then add coco coir or peat moss
Fan module with vent connection can be changed to other side
Uses easily obtained coco-coir briquette or ‘Yates Hauraki Gold’ peat moss
No nasty chemicals to purchase or dispose of
Simple trapdoor operation
Space saving footprint – only a 41cm wide x 38cm deep x 47cm tall
OGO Origin Waterless Toilet – Spec Sheet
What’s in the box?
The OGO Origin Toilet
Vent hose – 1,520mm
12 volt power cable and plug
The toilet is 380mm deep by 406mm wide by 470mm tall
It weighs approx. 13 kgs
The electric agitator runs for 45 seconds
The solids bin has a capacity of approx 25 to 30 uses before emptying
The urine bottle holds up to 9 litres
The motor requires a 12 volt supply at up to 8 amps
The wire with the grey dashed markings is the positive wire
Your power supply must have a fuse in the positive supply
The plug on the cable is inserted into the socket on the fan housing
If you are going to run the toilet from a mains power supply (240v) you will need to purchase a regulated 240v/12v power converter capable of supplying 8 amps at 12 volts
(this can be supplied by ToiletsNZ for $80 plus freight – $10 to non-rural & $18 to rural addresses, or freight free when purchased with the toilet)
The fan must run 24/7 and draws 0.02 amps = 0.48 Amp/hrs per day
The electric motor draws between 5 to 8 amps when mixing and assuming 4-5 uses per day will use approx 1.5 to 5.5 amp/hrs per day, this depends on how many times the agitator is activated.
The inserts for the venting/power and inlet filter can be swapped depending on which direction your power source/venting capabilities are coming from. Pop out the inserts from the inside of the toilet, and pop them back in on the opposite side. ToiletsNZ can provide a video of this process – just drop us an email.
Your OGO Origin is supplied with a 1,520mm flexible hose that has black connectors on each end. One end is a push fit onto the “T-bar” that’s on the rear corner of the toilet and the other will attach to your choice of venting options. The internal measurement of the black connector is 40mm. Venting down through the floor is the easiest option for motor homes, caravans and tiny homes, for other options like through the wall give ToiletsNZ a call on the phone for friendly advice – 021 877 902 – it’s easier than writing detailed emails.