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  • Writer's pictureBen Dororski

The Future of Pool Control: New Innovations in Automated Pool Control

An over-the-shoulder view of a woman looking at her smartphone in front of a pool.

At Custom Lighting of Suffolk, we've seen firsthand how automated pool control systems can transform the pool experience for homeowners. With these systems, pool owners can easily monitor and control everything from pool temperature and chemical levels to pump speed and lighting, all from the convenience of their smartphone or tablet. But the pool industry is constantly evolving, and new innovations are being introduced all the time. In this post, we'll explore some of the newest and most exciting innovations in automated pool control.

Artificial Intelligence

One of the most exciting new developments in automated pool control is the integration of artificial intelligence (AI). With AI-powered pool control systems, your pool can learn your usage patterns and adjust itself accordingly, optimizing everything from energy usage to chemical levels. Plus, with advanced algorithms, these systems can detect and diagnose issues before they become major problems, ensuring that your pool stays in top condition year-round.

Voice Control

Voice control has become increasingly popular in smart homes, and it's now making its way into the pool industry as well. With voice control, you can easily adjust your pool settings using simple voice commands, such as "set pool temperature to 82 degrees" or "turn on the pool lights". This hands-free convenience makes pool control even more effortless and enjoyable.

Mobile Alerts

Another innovation in automated pool control is the ability to receive mobile alerts. With these alerts, you can stay informed about your pool's condition even when you're away from home. For example, if the pool pump shuts off unexpectedly, you'll receive an alert on your smartphone, allowing you to take action before any damage is done. These alerts can also help you save energy and money by detecting issues early.

Solar-Powered Systems

Solar-powered pool control systems are becoming more common, and for good reason. By harnessing the power of the sun, these systems can operate without drawing power from the grid, reducing your energy costs and carbon footprint. Plus, with advancements in solar technology, these systems are now more efficient and reliable than ever before.

Advanced Water Purification

Finally, advanced water purification systems are changing the way we think about pool maintenance. With these systems, you can purify your pool water using advanced technologies like ozone, UV light, and mineral ions, reducing your reliance on harsh chemicals like chlorine. These systems can improve water quality and reduce irritation and odors, making your pool experience even more enjoyable.

At CLOS, we're excited to see these new innovations in automated pool control, and we're committed to staying on the cutting edge of the industry. If you're interested in learning more about these new technologies and how they can improve your pool experience, contact us today to schedule a consultation. You can also learn about more innovations in smart home automation here.

Author Ben Doroski is a master electrician with over 20 years of experience in the field. He is the third-generation of master electricians in his family. Ben is the owner of Custom Lighting of Suffolk, a lighting and electrical company serving the North Fork of Long Island and Shelter Island.


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