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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Cats will be able to flush a toilet the water in the toilet

Smart litter box that is very similar to human, does not require filler and, importantly, harvesting, and developed young engineers Russian from Krasnodar.

As reported “MK” the author of the idea Artem Volkov, it’s a bathroom for the cats is unique in its kind, as unlike all the other toilets, including auto, which still require regular maintenance, allows the owners six months to forget about the old homely duties to clean the toilet after the cat. The trick is to connect the system to the original drain and flush system. The process of connecting to the water closet is no different from installing a washing or dishwashing machine. To provide power inside the device has a battery, which is able to operate without recharging for 5 months, but it is possible to connect the system to the power source 220 volt. The presence in the tray of the cat system recognizes, using infrared smart sensor. And only after the departure of the animal gives a signal to automatic drain. Atomizer with water is equipped with dynamic drive, which allows you to move the maximum water pressure along the whole structure. As a result, after 1.5 minutes after the departure of the tailed user tray becomes completely clean.

It looks like kitty litter.

So the cat quickly used to the new toilet, the developers have created, even the system of adaptation — a set of colored trays-nozzles, from which you can choose the one that resembles the old cat’s tray. As demonstrated by field testing, adaptation to novelty pet takes 2-3 weeks.

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