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It automatically detects problems and corrects them.
Such as: if the chlorine levels drop below acceptability, it add chlorine. if the water level is too low, it adds water. When the filter is full, a small robot dumps out the filter and replaces it with a new one. the rover is remotely controlled
by a computer to make sure it cleans the entire pool bottom.
'pears that there are self-chlorinating pools
[Gromit, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]
||The funny thing is that I work at a pool and nothing is
automated, except for the pumps. This would save time
and allow lifeguards to keep an eye on patrons.
||Looks like there are self-chlorinating pools. I know there are float devices that automatically keep the water at a preset level.