Before installation

Read more and get tips for a good start with your new robot lawnmower. This simple guide helps you step by step.

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During installation

To make it easier for you, we have gathered all you need to know when you start installing your robot lawnmower.

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After installation

When you have finished your installation, we have a few tips and tricks on how to maintain and debug your machine.

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Frequently asked questions

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 runtimes for the different robots. Note that the times are subject to change as they are tested on a square and flat lawn.
Remember that the run time includes the 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 approx. 60 hours

The maximum length of the grazing cable 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.

Error messages & troubleshooting

Here you can find information on error messages and how to troubleshoot the problem yourself.