Hayward® brings backyard automation to the forefront of technology with OmniLogic®. Enjoy the luxuries of full control from the industry's most intuitive app and effortless upgrades to always keep your backyard on the cutting edge.
With OmniLogic, you can expect to:
Eliminate complexity. With the most intuitive, icon-based user interface on the market right on the base unit, set your controller to fit YOUR needs and preferences quickly and easily. Setting up familiar names for pool and spa features, as well as other automated activities eliminates guessing games.
Customize to fit your lifestyle. Adjustable Favorites buttons allow you to set the features you use the most at your fingertips. And with dramatically expanded backyard themes, each family member has the ability to personalize themes for custom ambiance.
Minimize Maintenance.Designed to be salt-ready, and compatible with Sense & Dispense, let OmniLogic keep your chemicals perfectly balanced. Easily set schedules and maximize energy efficiency for cleaning and filtration processes.
Easily Expand. Thinking about adding a water feature? Possibly more landscape lighting? OmniLogic can accommodate you. With simple expansion hardware, it's easy and cost effective to seamlessly add features from heaters to pumps to lighting.
Stay Cutting Edge. OmniLogic is designed and engineered to advance with automation technology. The system's unique architecture allows for effortless access to the latest software upgrades, new capabilities, or even restoration of previous configurations.
Conveniently control your world. Seamlessly access your backyard via apps for iPhone, iPad, and android devices, wireless and wired remotes, or the base unit itself depending on where you are or what you're doing. OmniLogic also has the ability to integrate with select home automation systems.
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New rules for CPR signage
From 1 January 2017, all new CPR signs for swimming pools must comply with Guideline 8, published by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC).
Existing signage that complies with the earlier guideline (Guideline 7) is acceptable for use while still readable. However, when CPR signs become illegible, they must be replaced with a sign that is compliant with Guideline 8.
Owners can choose to use the new CPR signs now, as pool safety laws have already been updated to reflect the change to signage. Guideline 7 signs are being phased out from 1 January, 2017.
It does not matter if the CPR technique is relayed in more steps than those in the Basic life support diagram below, as long as it includes information that matches the ARC’s recommended technique for CPR.
Other basic requirements for a CPR sign haven’t changed.
The CPR sign must:
be attached to the safety barrier of the pool or displayed near the pool, so that the sign is conspicuous and easily visible to a person near the pool
be at least 300mm by 300mm in size
be made of durable and weatherproof material, and include a prominent statement explaining how to act in an emergency (for example, call Triple Zero, stay with the injured person, provide first aid).