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Product overview


Product Specs:

Product Specs

  • Faucet Type: Single Hole
  • Faucet Installation Type: Non-vessel (Undermount sink)
  • Faucet Style: Modern/Contemporary, Commercial
  • Faucet Finish: Chrome
  • Overall Height: 7 5/8 in
  • Overall Width: 1 7/8 in
  • Spout Reach: 6 in
  • Spout Height: 6 1/2 in
  • Faucet Holes: 1 Hole Faucets
  • Faucet Handles: Automatic
  • Low Lead Compliant: Yes
  • cUPC Certified: Yes
  • ADA Compliant: Yes
  • Faucet Valve Type: Thermostatic
  • Faucet Water Flow Rate: 1 GPM
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty


H 7 5/8" x W 1 7/8" x D 8"

About TOTO TEL1B1-D10E#CP Libella M 7 5/8" 1.0 GPM Single-Hole Bathroom Sink Faucet with 0.18 GPC- 10 Sec On-Demand Controller in Polished Chrome

The Libella EcoPower Faucet features a bold, modern design and is ADA compliant. Meeting the most rigorous water-saving standards, Libella also saves energy as it uses the flow of running water to power itself.
  • Single hole installation
  • 1.0 GPM flow-control
  • 0.18 GPC, 10 seconds on-demand
  • Self adjusting faucet with control box and mounting hardware less supply lines
  • Sensor faucet with aerated flow
  • Hydropower Self-Generating system
  • No minimum daily usage requirement
  • Micro-sensor positioned underneath the spout head for accurate hand detection ensuring smooth and consistent water distribution
  • Vandal resistant aerator housing
  • Durable chrome plated spout body


  • Operates below federally mandated consumption limit of 0.25 GPC
  • Complies to California Green Building Code/CALGreen of 0.20 GPC
  • Complies with Federal and State statutes as low lead (contains a weighted average of 0.25% lead or less)
  • Complies with City of Los Angeles Water Efficiency Ordinance
  • Certifications: IAPMO(cUPC), California Energy Commission (CEC) State of Massachusetts and others
  • Meets ASME A112.18.1M/CSA B125.1, and NSF372-2011
  • ADA compliant

Key Features & Innovations

ADA Compliant

The American Disability Act (ADA) was enacted in 1990 to establish design codes to serve people of all ages and abilities. A core principle behind TOTO Total Design, ADA standards consider the needs of everyone, no matter their needs, without additional adaptation or specialization, optimizing the bathroom experience for all generations in the family home.


Established in 1953 by the California Building Standards Law, the California Building Standards Commission (CBSC) is within the Department of General Services under the Government Operations Agency. CBSC members are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the State Senate.

CBSC's mission is to produce sensible and usable state building standards and administrative regulations that implement or enforce those standards.

Specifically, CBSC:
  • Assists state agencies in producing high-quality amendments
  • Works to repeal unnecessary building regulations and see that ambiguous regulations are more clearly written
  • Assists various constituents and special interest groups in making their needs known to various code-writing departments
  • Administers a public appeal process
  • Educates the public about the state's building code, and helps them to understand and comply with it
  • Ensures Title 24 is published with minimal errors


TOTO knew there had to be a way to power the sensor without electrical connections or batteries, a way that would eliminate waste and greatly reduce maintenance and the cost of operation. The answer lay in the power of the water flowing through the faucet. EcoPower faucets don’t need routine battery replacement because they are powered by the force of running water. The water-powered turbine in the EcoPower faucet creates an electrical current that is stored in rechargeable cells to power the Smart sensor system.


TOTO-CA Prop 65 Warning

cUPC Listed

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