ePool®

ePool®

ePool® Smart System

The simple, wireless and accurate ePool® Smart System saves you time and money so you can enjoy your pool more often and spend less time maintaining it. This innovative system includes a floating sensor, USB receiver and user friendly downloadable software that transmits your pool’s pH, Sanitizer and Temperature levels 24/7. Constant monitoring eliminates unhealthy spikes and dips in pool chemicals that commonly occur with periodic manual testing or weekly servicing. No more calculating, guessing or test kits required. Effortlessly check your status from your computer or smartphone with simple email and text alerts indicating exactly what and how much to add to your water for a Smarter, Healthier Pool. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions for some more helpful information!

  • Works on regular, salt water and mineral pools
  • Continual 24/7 monitoring of pH, chlorine and water temperature
  • Accurate analysis
  • No guesswork or test strips needed
  • Easy to set up and use with any PC or Mac
  • Easy to read messages automatically sent to your computer
  • Can be programmed to send email and text messages
  • Software upgrades easily managed
  • Patented technology
  • Includes 20 consumer handouts per master case
  • Requires four (4) AA batteries (not included)
  • 1 year Customer Support
  • Full replacement warranty-90 days

Item 4821
Product: 6.375” Diameter x 10.625” H
Package: 10.25” L x 8.875” W x 13.25” H

Item 4816-POP

  • Free display with purchase of 6 units
  • Accommodates up to 6 pieces

Display: 25.0” L x 15.5” W x 58.5” H

Item 4821

ePool® Smart System™ Product Instructions
ePool® Smart System™ Advanced Users Guide
ePool® Smart System™ Frequently Asked Questions
ePool® Smart System™ Troubleshooting Guide

Items 4817 & 4819 (version 2)
ePool® Version 2 Product Instructions
ePool® Version 2 Troubleshooting Guide
ePool® Version 2 Upgrade Instructions
ePool® Version 2 Upgrade File

Item 4816 (version 1)
ePool® Version 1 Product Instructions
ePool® Version 1 Troubleshooting Guide