Frequently asked questions
If your neighbour has a robot lawnmower, there must be a gap of 1.6 metres between your boundary cables.
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 cable 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.