Automatic Monitoring Systems

We’ll cover monitoring in this section and dosing in the following section.

A typical automatic monitoring system comprises a control unit connected to probes that are being supplied with a representative sample of pool water via a sample line taken from the circulation pipework in the plant room.

These probes are constantly monitoring the levels of free chlorine and pH, and are electrically linked to pumps that turn on or off according to the readings from the probes and the parameters that have been pre-programmed into the control unit.

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This video will take you through how automatic dosing works and also talks about some mistakes that often get made when calibrating sensors.