Read more in the manual.
It cannot be used to directly stop or start the robot.
It will operate based on the timed program set in the app.
First you must make sure that the collective size of the zones does not exceed 600m², 900m², or 1200m² depending on the model. Afterward you need to make sure the boundary wire goes through all the zones, making sure the robot can move through to them all. (Remember there must be a minimum of 60 cm. between boundary wires.)
Measure the distance from the charging station to the starting point in zone 2 or 3. Hereafter you need to input the number of times, defined in percent, that you want the robot to start in the cones. We recommend that you make it start in the middle of any given zone.
All data can be written effortlessly into the app
Read a more detailed description in the manual on p. 57-58.
If your neighbour has a robot lawnmower, there must be a gap of 1.6 metres between your boundary wire.
If the robot shows boundary errors, a test path can be made to show, whether it is the machine, or the cable that is faulty. Videos
We recommend the following run times times for the different robots. Note that the times are subject to change as they are tested on a square and flat lawn.
Remember that run times include charging time.
600 m2: 6 hours per day from Monday to Friday for a total of about 30 hours
900 m2: 9 hours per day from Monday to Friday for a total of about 45 hours
1200 m2: 12 hours per day from Monday to Friday for a total of about 60 hours
The maximum length of the boundary wire is 250m, otherwise there will be a risk of signal interference.
Once the robotic mower has detected the boundary wire five times, it drives a few metres away from the last detection point and circles three times in a spiral path to improve its coverage of the lawn.
Read more on page 6 of the manual.
The robot cuts often and fine, making sure your lawn is much healthier and greener.
That means it prevents moss growth and that the straws it cuts are so short, that you do not need to pull out the rake every time.
The robot is secured against thievery with its pin-code and alarm.
A Grouw robot lawnmower makes up to 66dB noise, which is nothing compared to a traditional petrol engine mower, which is near 98dB.
This makes sure you accommodate both you and your neighbours.
The shell is supposed to be loose, this way, the sensor can pick up on resistance, should the robot run into something.
which signals, that it has been lifted.
The robot has a built-in rain-sensor, but out of consideration for wheel tracks, it can be set to not run while it rains.
The robot can also risk making ugly grass stumps when it runs in the rain.
Yes, until you reset the robot with a security code,
which is only known to you or your smartphone, it only works in your garden.
Studies have also shown that moles fear the robot when it runs.
Here, you will find information on error messages and how to troubleshoot it yourself.