Ariel Automatic Solar Robot Pool Cleaner
Ariel by Solar-Breeze is the latest evolution of pool robot to come from Tempe, Arizona based Pivot-Solar Breeze. Ariel produces clean pools by combining the force of solar-power and new technology as she elegantly explores a pool’s surface to collect debris.
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Ariel by Solar-Breeze is our smartest and most robust pool cleaning robot yet. We’ve combined years of engineering and your consumer feedback to produce the quintessential, future-focused pool cleaning device that brings a whole new level of intelligence, beauty and performance to the robotic surface cleaning category.
With Ariel by Solar-Breeze, you and your pool are
getting the best in features:
Mesh filter collects and retains particles down to 200 microns in size
Simple removal from pool with no-slip handle
Operates for at-least 10-hours on fully charged battery without exposure to sun through 5x surplus power that is stored
Sensors detect obstructions
No cords or hoses attached
Moves forward 10-20 feet per minute
Function in temperatures ranging from 40°F to 130°
Can withstand water salinity of 6,500 ppm
First, remove the debris tray from Ariel and slide it back into place, just to confirm that it slides freely and the tray locks into place.
When Ariel arrives she will be in “Sleep” mode, meaning that all systems are shut down. Place the unit on a firm surface and press the Power button once. After a moment of hesitation, the paddle wheels will begin to turn. Confirm that all three paddle wheels (one at the front and two at the rear) are turning freely. This is “Operating” mode, and the power light should burn a steady green. If the unit is in the sun, the charge light should flash, indicating that the solar panels are charging the battery. If the battery is fully charged, the charge light will burn a steady green.
Press the power button once to enter stand by mode. The Power light will be flashing slowly, while the charge light flashes at a more rapid pace. This indicates that the battery is charging and that the Power Switch is engaged, but the motors are not running.
Place Ariel in the pool and press the Power button to exit Standby Mode and enter Operating Mode, where the motors are running and the paddle wheels are turning. Let Ariel clean your pool all day while the sun is shining and for several hours after the sun goes down
Remove Ariel from you pool while you are swimming. Simply press the power switch to stop the paddle wheels from turning and the unit will enter the “Stand By” mode. Place Ariel on the deck or in a sunny area where she can charge while you are swimming. Place her back in the pool when you’re done swimming and press the Power button to switch the pool robot from “Stand By” to “Operating” mode.