How does a robotic lawnmower work?

Unlike what some people think, robotic lawnmowers are simple to use. ROB will work within a boundary wire. The boundary wire is installed around the edges of the lawn and around large objects like trees or bushes. Below you will find the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about how ROB works.

HOW LONG DOES ROB TAKE TO RECHARGE?

The typical recharge time for ROB is approximately 50 minutes. When he is tired ROB will automatically return to the charging station. Once charging is complete ROB will automatically start cutting the grass.

HOW DO I START AND STOP THE MCCULLOCH ROB?

Once the system is installed and the calibration of the guide wire has been carried out you can easily start ROB by pressing START and closing the keypad hatch. To stop ROB just press the STOP button and the keypad hatch will automatically open for you.


HOW DOES ROB KNOW WHERE TO GO?

ROB’s working area is defined by a boundary wire that could be compared with the fence for sheep. ROB will operate in a random pattern within the boundary wire – this results in a neat carpet-like looking result.

WHAT HAPPENS IF ROB HITS TREES OR OTHER OBJECTS?

The principle of a robotic mower is to continuously cut the lawn so that it will always be maintained. So therefore the question ‘how long will ROB take to mow the lawn?’ is not applicable on a robotic mower.


DO I NEED TO BURY THE WIRE IN THE GROUND?

The typical recharge time for ROB is approximately 50 minutes. When he is tired ROB will automatically return to the charging station. Once charging is complete ROB will automatically start cutting the grass.

HOW LONG WILL ROB TAKE TO MOW THE LAWN?

The principle of a robotic mower is to continuously cut the lawn so that it will always be maintained. So therefore the question ‘how long will ROB take to mow the lawn?’ is not applicable on a robotic mower.


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