Owner`s Guide - iRobot Customer Care

Owner’s Guide
Safety and Compliance Information
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THIS APPLIANCE CAN BE USED BY CHILDREN AGED FROM 8
YEARS AND ABOVE AND PERSONS WITH REDUCED PHYSICAL,
SENSORY OR MENTAL CAPABILITIES OR LACK OF EXPERIENCE
AND KNOWLEDGE IF THEY HAVE BEEN GIVEN SUPERVISION OR
INSTRUCTION CONCERNING USE OF THE APPLIANCE IN A SAFE
WAY AND UNDERSTAND THE HAZARDS INVOLVED. CHILDREN
SHALL NOT PLAY WITH THE APPLIANCE. CLEANING AND USER
MAINTENANCE SHALL NOT BE MADE BY CHILDREN WITHOUT
SUPERVISION.
CAUTION: DO NOT EXPOSE THE ELECTRONICS OF BRAAVA JET,
ITS BATTERY, OR ITS BATTERY CHARGER. THERE ARE NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL. PLEASE ENSURE VOLTAGE RATING
FOR ENCLOSED BATTERY CHARGER MATCHES STANDARD
OUTLET VOLTAGE.
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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY OR DAMAGE, KEEP THESE
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN MIND WHEN SETTING UP, USING,
AND MAINTAINING YOUR ROBOT:
General Safety Instructions
Use Restrictions
•Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
•Read all safety and operating instructions before operating your robot.
•Heed all warnings on your robot,
battery, battery charger, and in the
owner’s guide.
•Follow all operating and use
instructions.
•Be aware that floors may be slippery
after wet cleaning with Braava jet.
•Braava jet operates quietly. Take care
when walking in the area the robot is
cleaning to avoid stepping on it and
tripping.
•Refer all non-routine servicing to
iRobot.
•Your robot is for indoor use on hard
surface floors only.
•Your robot is not a toy. Do not sit or
stand on this device. Small children
and pets should be supervised when
your robot is operating.
•Braava jet has electrical parts. Do not
submerge it in water. Clean with a cloth
dampened with water only.
•Do not use this device to pick up
anything that is burning or smoking.
•Do not use this device to pick up
large debris, bleach, paint, or other
chemicals.
•Before using Braava jet, remove
fragile objects from the cleaning area,
including objects on furniture that can
fall if the furniture is pushed or bumped.
•Move any power cords as well as cords
for blinds and curtains out of the way
to reduce the risk of objects being
pulled down.
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The symbol on the product or its packaging indicates:
Do not dispose of electrical appliances as unsorted municipal waste, use
separate collection facilities. Contact your local authority for information
regarding the collection systems available. If electrical appliances are
disposed of in landfills or dumps, hazardous substances can leak into the
groundwater and get into the food chain, damaging your health and wellbeing. When replacing old batteries, please contact your local or regional
waste authority for more information on collection, reuse and recycling
programs.
Battery and Charging
•Before every use, check the battery
pack for any sign of damage or
leakage. Do not charge damaged or
leaking battery packs.
•Charge indoors only.
•Only use the included battery charger
to charge the iRobot Braava jet battery.
•Charge using a standard outlet only.
Product may not be used with any type
of power converter. Use of other power
converters will immediately void the
warranty.
•Please ensure voltage rating for
enclosed battery charger matches
standard outlet voltage.
•Never handle the battery charger with
wet hands.
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•Only use rechargeable battery packs
with the correct specifications supplied
with your robot by iRobot (model
number 4446040).
•For replacement battery pack, visit
www.irobot.com.
•Always charge and remove the battery
from your robot before long-term
storage or transportation.
•Always remove battery pack before
cleaning your robot.
•Keep battery pack clean and dry. Wipe
the cell or battery terminals with a
clean dry cloth if they become dirty.
•Do not crush, dismantle or shred
battery packs.
•Do not subject cells or batteries to
mechanical shock.
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•Do not heat the battery pack or place
the battery pack near any heat source.
•Do not store in direct sunlight.
•Do not incinerate the battery pack.
•Do not short-circuit the battery pack.
•Do not submerge the battery pack in
any liquid.
•The battery pack must be removed
from the robot before disposal.
•When disposing of the battery pack,
contact your local or regional waste
authority for more information on
collection, reuse and recycling
programs.
•In the event of cell leaking, do not allow
the liquid to come in contact with the
skin or eyes. If contact has been made,
wash the affected area with copious
amounts of water and seek medical
advice.
•If you need to ship your Braava jet™
lithium ion battery for any reason,
contact Customer Care for shipping
instructions and appropriate labels.
Never ship a leaking or physically
damaged lithium ion battery.
For Chile:
•Only use the included battery charger
(model number 4467630) to charge
the iRobot Braava jet battery
•Battery Charger model 4467630:
--Input AC 100-240V, 50-60Hz, 0,15A
--Output DC 4,15V, 1.0A
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For EU Declaration of Conformity information,
visit www.irobot.com/compliance.
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FCC and Industry Canada (ISED)
Compliance Information:
•This device complies with part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.
•This device complies with Industry
Canada license-exempt RSS
standard(s). Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: 1) This device
may not cause interference, and 2) this
device must accept any interference,
including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.
•Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by iRobot Corporation could
void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
•This equipment has been tested and
found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules as well as ICES
003 Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference
to radio communication will not
occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna.
- Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
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- Connect the equipment into an outlet
on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
•Under Industry Canada regulations,
this radio transmitter may only operate
using an antenna of a type and
maximum (or lesser) gain approved
for the transmitter by Industry Canada.
To reduce potential radio interference
to other users, the antenna type and
its gain should be so chosen that the
equivalent isotropically radiated power
(e.i.r.p.) is not more than the necessary
for successful communication.
•FCC Radiation Exposure Statement:
This product complies with FCC
§2.1093(b) for portable RF exposure
limits, set forth for an uncontrolled
environment and is safe for the
intended operation as described in this
manual.
•ISED Radiation Exposure Statement:
This product complies with the
Canadian Standard RSS-102 for
portable RF exposure limits, set forth
for an uncontrolled environment and
is safe for the intended operation as
described in this manual.
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Table of Contents
Safety and Compliance Information
About Your Braava jet™
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Using Your Braava jet™
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How Braava jet™ Navigates
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Tips for Best Performance
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Troubleshooting
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Regular Robot Care
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About your Braava jet™
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Top View - Front
CLEAN
Button
Precision Jet
Spray Nozzle
Handle
Braava jet
Cleaning Pad
Top View - Back
Pad Eject
Button
Tank Cap
Battery
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Bottom View
Front Cliff Sensors
Pad Reader
Pad Tracks
Wheels
Rear Cliff Sensors
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Using your Braava jet™
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Charge & Insert the Battery
•Place the battery into the battery charger and plug the charger into an
electrical outlet.
•The indicator light will blink amber while the battery is charging. The light will
switch to solid green when the battery is fully charged.
•The wall charger automatically goes into low-power mode when the battery is
fully charged to maintain the life of the battery and limit power usage.
•The battery will fully charge within 2 hours. Battery should always be charged
for the full 2 hours in between every cleaning cycle for optimal performance.
•Insert the fully charged battery into the robot.
•iRobot also offers additional batteries and chargers as accessories for
purchase, so you can always have a charged battery ready to go.
Charge
Insert
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Select a Braava jet
Cleaning Pad
•Choose a cleaning pad that
matches how you want to clean
your floor. Refer to next page
for details.
•Your robot comes with a sample
pack of Wet Mopping, Damp
Sweeping, and Dry Sweeping
Braava jet cleaning pads.
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•Braava jet will automatically recognize
the pad and adjust its cleaning
behavior based on the pad
you choose.
Cleaning Tip: Before using a Wet
Mopping or Damp Sweeping
pad, use a Dry Sweeping pad or
vacuum to clean loose debris.
Slide in a Cleaning Pad
•Slide a Braava jet pad into the
track on the bottom of the robot
until it clicks into place.
•You can attach a Braava jet pad
from either side of the robot.
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Braava jet™ Cleaning
Pad Information
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OVERVIEW
Pad Type
Wet
Wet Mopping
(Blue)
Washable Wet
Mopping
(Blue)
Damp
Damp Sweeping
(Orange)
Washable
Damp Sweeping
(Orange)
Dry
Triple-pass coverage is similar to how
you would mop yourself. The robot drives
forward a short distance to one side, backs
up slightly, then moves forward to the other
side, alternating as it cleans the area.
Gentle yet thorough cleaning. The robot
drives forward a short distance, then backs
up in a straight line, continuing this back
and forth pattern as it cleans the area.
Dry Sweeping
(White)
Washable Dry
Sweeping
(White)
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Cleaning Behavior
The robot swiftly moves forward in a straight
line for single-pass coverage of the area.
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RECOMMENDED FOR
Cleaning Motion and
Wetness Level
Cleaning
Agent
Fresh
Scent
Dust
Hair
Dirt
Stains*
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Fill the Robot with Water
•Fill the robot with water if you choose Wet Mop or Damp Sweep.
•Lift the robot handle to find the tank cap and lift and swivel it open.
•To help allow the tank to fill completely, tilt the robot so that the front left
corner is pointed downward and the tank opening is highest. Fill slowly with
warm water.
•Turn the cap back and close. Lower the robot handle before starting
the robot.
•Do not use any other cleaning solution with your robot other than water.
Note: If you are using
a Dry Sweeping Pad,
skip to Step 4.
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Just Press CLEAN
•Place your robot in the lower left corner of the area you want to clean,
about a foot away from any walls.
•Press CLEAN once to wake up the robot. Press CLEAN again to start the
cleaning cycle.
•The robot will clean rooms up to 200 ft2 (20 m2) while mopping, and rooms up to
250 ft2 (25 m2) while damp or dry sweeping.*
•Braava jet will finish by cleaning the edges and perimeters of your
room, furniture, and fixtures.
Note: When it has
finished cleaning, Braava jet
returns to where it started,
powers off and plays a tone.
*Based on a room with 25% of the
floor occupied by objects, furniture
and rugs.
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Eject the Cleaning Pad
and Prepare Braava jet™
for Next Use
•To eject the cleaning pad without
touching the dirt, lift the handle
and pull back on the Pad Eject
Button.
•Remove the battery and put it in
the charger so it can charge for
the next cleaning.
•Empty the water tank before
storing the robot.
•Braava jet can be stored wheelsdown or on its side with the
battery side down.
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Download the iRobot®
HOME App
Gain access to exclusive features,
software updates, and supporting
information.
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iRobot HOME
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How Braava jet™ Navigates
Braava jet is designed to intelligently
navigate and clean rooms up to 200
ft2 (20 m2) while wet mopping and up
to 250 ft2 (25 m2) while damp and dry
sweeping.*
•The robot starts by cleaning to the
right until it encounters a wall or other
barrier.
•When wet mopping or damp sweeping,
Braava jet repeats the first line twice to
achieve the optimal wetness of the pad
before it cleans the rest of the room.
•When the robot has cleaned as far as it
can to the right, the robot will continue
to the area in front and to the right of
where it started.
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•The robot will stop cleaning and will
return to where it started when the
cleaning job is done.
--Braava jet does not spray furniture or
walls. Before the robot sprays, it will
back up to ensure it’s only spraying a
portion of the floor it knows is clear.
Lift up floor-length curtains before
running Braava jet.
•As Braava jet finds edges, chair legs,
and other obstacles, it will clean
around them and then return to its
original path and resume cleaning.
•Braava jet creates a new map every
time it cleans.
*Based on a room with 25% of the floor occupied
by objects, furniture and rugs.
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Using Virtual Wall® Mode
You can create an invisible barrier with
the Virtual Wall® Mode so that
the robot will avoid cleaning part of
a room or a different floor type.
•Begin with the robot powered off.
When placing the robot, note that the
invisible line will be created in line with
the back of the robot.
•To activate Virtual Wall Mode, start with
a powered-off robot and press and
hold the CLEAN button until two blue
lines appear on the top of the robot.
The blue lines will indicate that the
Virtual Wall Mode has been activated.
Cleaning Tip: You can also use Virtual
Wall Mode to divide a larger room into
smaller areas to help Braava jet clean
more efficiently.
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•Once in Virtual Wall Mode, the robot
will mark an invisible boundary in its
internal map, extending out to each
side (see illustration). As the robot
cleans your floor, it will not go beyond
the invisible line.
•Once the robot is in place, just press
CLEAN to start the job.
•Virtual Wall Mode will turn off
automatically when the robot
completes its job. To manually clear
a Virtual Wall Mode cleaning cycle
and turn off the robot, press and hold
the CLEAN button until all indicators
turn off.
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Tips for Best Performance
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•For best results, use a Dry Sweeping Pad or vacuum to pick up dirt and dust
before running your robot with a Wet Mopping or Damp Sweeping Pad.
•Do not presoak cleaning pads before attaching them to the robot. Pads should be
dry at the start of a cleaning cycle.
•To pause your robot during a cleaning cycle, press the CLEAN button. To resume the
cleaning cycle, press the CLEAN button again. Do not pick up and move your robot
while it is cleaning – the robot will end its cleaning run if you do.
•To turn off your Braava jet, press and hold the CLEAN button for 5 seconds.
•Tilt robot slightly when filling to ensure tank fills completely.
•Only use water inside your robot. Cleaning solutions, even natural ones, can
clog the spray nozzle and break down the materials inside the robot. •Your robot will only run with Braava jet Pads, which are specifically made
for the robot.
•Braava jet cleans best on smooth hard surfaces and may not perform as well on
uneven tiles, heavily waxed floors or rough surfaces like slate or brick which may snag
the cleaning pads.
•Lift up floor-length curtains before running Braava jet.
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Troubleshooting
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Braava jet will tell you something is wrong by alerting you with
sounds and lights. If the problem is not resolved, learn more online
at www.global.irobot.com.
Repeating Error Messages
If your robot remains on after an error
occurs, press the bumper toward the
body of the robot once to repeat the
message. If your robot has turned off
after an error occurs, press CLEAN to
turn it on. If the error is ongoing, the
robot will repeat the message.
Visit www.global.irobot.com for
additional support.
Rebooting Instructions
For some errors, rebooting Braava jet
may resolve the problem. To reboot
Braava jet, press and hold CLEAN for 5
seconds until you hear an audible tone.
Take out the battery and insert it again.
Press CLEAN again to turn the robot
back on.
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Precision Jet Spray
Troubleshooting
If the robot is not spraying or is spraying
unevenly and you have checked that the
tank has enough water and can hear the
pump running, contact Customer Care.
Water Level Troubleshooting
If you encounter problems with the
amount of water Braava jet uses on your
floors in wet mopping or damp sweeping
modes, download the iRobot® HOME App
to adjust your robot’s settings.
For more information, visit www.irobot.com/braavajet200
Regular Robot Care
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Follow these tips to keep your iRobot Braava jet running at peak
performance. See the About your Braava jet™ section for
reference, as needed.
Cleaning the Cliff Sensors and
Pad Reader
Clean the sensors on the bottom of your
robot with a damp cloth.
Cleaning the Wheels
Pull off any visible debris or hair that
gathers around the wheels.
Cleaning the Body of the Robot
Use a damp cloth to lightly wipe off any
dirt on its body or bumper.
Cleaning the Precision Jet
Spray Nozzle
Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Cleaning the Tank
If you notice an odor in the tank, fill
the tank with hot tap water. Do not use
boiling water. Close the cap and lightly
shake the robot. Rinse the tank and
repeat. Allow the tank to dry with the cap
open before using your robot.
Caring for Washable
Cleaning Pads
Braava jet Washable pads can
be washed up to 50 times* before
replacing. Hand washing and air drying
is recommended. If using a washing
machine, wash using the warm cycle and
air dry. Do not wash with delicates.
*Tested in washing machine. Do not wash
with delicates.
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Customer Care Contact Information
USA & Canada:
Phone: (877) 855-8593
Website: www.irobot.com/support
Outside USA & Canada:
Website: global.irobot.com
©2016-2017 iRobot Corporation, 8 Crosby Drive, Bedford, MA 01730 USA. All rights
reserved. iRobot and Virtual Wall are registered trademarks of iRobot Corporation.
Braava jet is a trademark of iRobot Corporation. App Store is a trademark of
Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Google Play is a trademark
of Google, Inc.
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