Pluto Circle Zero: A Smart Cat Litter Box

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The point of smart home products is to make life easier for you. Smart thermostats, smart door locks, robot vacuums, etc. All of these are designed to make your life easier, and if they don’t, they aren’t worth your time. Designed to handle the chore of scooping out the cat litter box is the Pluto Circle Zero.

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If you have a cat, you know the pitfalls. It’s always the litter box. While it’s great that you don’t have to let a cat outside to relieve itself, after it goes in its cat litter box, you have to keep up with cleaning it out regularly. It’s unpleasant, to say the least.

The Circle Zero from Pluto Electronics can change all that. It’s both self-cleaning and zero-odor. It will take care of that nasty chore for you.

Not only is this smart cat litter box odor-free and self-cleaning, it’s also very efficient. It’s fully automated and very quiet. Additionally, it’s fully enclosed to allow your cat privacy to do his or her business. It will detect when your cat relieves itself, signaling a robotic scoop arm to take action and deposit the mess into an odor-locking waste bin.

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Don’t worry about your cat getting scooped up accidentally. The litter box activates seven minutes after the cat leaves. It also includes safety sensors that will activate a brake on the scooping process in the case of anomalies.

Additionally, the Pluto Circle Zero includes a mugnloo cat health monitor that will track the health of your cat as well as its bowl movements and send alerts and routine updates to your smartphone.

Never Scoop Cat Litter Again

This is a litter box you won’t mind having in any room in your house. It just looks like a little cat house. It is compatible with all clumping cat litter and has two kinds of scoops โ€“ Bentonite and Tofu Litter.

You may be asking yourself if this is really what technology is meant for โ€” scooping cat litter. But if you’re a cat owner, you are probably in awe of the technology. Neither is the wrong viewpoint. This could be where technology and smart home devices are headed โ€“ not to the cat littler pan, but to more pointed uses around the home instead of the more general and widely-available smart cameras, smart thermostats, robot vacuums, etc.

There are plenty of ways IoT is being used for pets, including automatic pet feeders.

Image Credit: Circle Zero | Zero-Odor Self-Cleaning Litter Box

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Laura Tucker
Laura Tucker

Laura hails from the Chicago area and has been a writer and editor covering news, entertainment, and technology for nearly 20 years and has been with Onlinetivity since its inception, editing and covering news. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring new devices and mobile apps.