OtO Lawn

How far can OtO reach?

OtO can reach an average of 30 feet in a single direction with the right conditions. Learn about how far OtO can reach with a given water pressure.



Each unit can reach up to an average 30 feet in a single direction with a water pressure of 50 PSI. Since OtO can reach any point in 360 degrees, each individual device covers up to approximately 2,800 square feet.

Within this coverage, you can set up separate irrigation zones, in which you can customize the watering level, solution application, and application schedule.

How far does OtO reach?

OtO does not have a pump inside, therefore it's max reach is highly dependent on your home's water pressure. However, it is not the only factor on your device's reach. There are several other influences to keep in mind:

  • Municipal water supply, how many homes are sharing the same supply as well as your distance from the supply
  • Your home's elevation
  • Your home's plumbing system including pipe size and material and pressure regulators
  • The accessories leading to OtO including the hose and any splitters, backflow valves or connectors

As a result, measuring your home's water pressure is a good baseline to guesstimate how far OtO will reach, but it doesn't tell us the full story.

Instead, you can use the table and graph below to estimate how far your OtO will reach with a given water pressure (measured at hose-end). Note that you are most likely to get a maximum reach somewhere near the average for a given water pressure.

For example, if you have a water pressure of 50 PSI, you can expect a maximum reach somewhere between 20-40 feet, with the average reach at that water pressure being about 30 feet.

Based on our field data.

Not sure what your water pressure is? We do recommend getting a pressure gauge from your local hardware store to measure it yourself, but the average household in the USA and Canada has between 40 and 80 PSI.

If the water pressure is too low, it can lead to poor performance of plumbing fixtures, like weak showers and slow-filling toilets. On the other hand, if the pressure is too high (i.e. greater than 80 PSI), it can stress the plumbing system and potentially lead to failures and leaks.

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