Instruction Manual

Instruction Manual
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Instruction Manual
Congratulations on the purchase of your ECOVACS ROBOTICS WINBOT!
We hope it brings you many years of satisfaction. We trust the purchase of your
new robot will help keep your home clean and provide you more quality time to
do other things.
Live Smart. Enjoy Life.
Should you encounter situations that have not been properly addressed in
this Instruction Manual, please contact our Customer Service Center where a
technician can address your specific problem or question.
For more information, please visit the ECOVACS ROBOTICS official website:
www.ecovacs.com
The company reserves the right to make technological and/or design changes
to this product for continuous improvement.
Thank you for choosing WINBOT!
Contents
1. Important Safety Instructions.......................................................................2
2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications.......................................4
2.1 Package Contents.....................................................................................4
2.2 Specifications............................................................................................4
2.3 Product Diagram........................................................................................5
3. Operating WINBOT 8.....................................................................................6
3.1 Notes before Cleaning...............................................................................6
3.2 Attach Cleaning Pad.................................................................................7
3.3 Assemble Power Adapter..........................................................................8
3.4 Install Safety Tether...................................................................................8
3.5 Place Safety Pod....................................................................................10
3.6 Spray Cleaning Solution..........................................................................10
3.7 Start.........................................................................................................11
3.8 Pause......................................................................................................12
3.9 Stop.........................................................................................................13
4. Maintenance.................................................................................................14
4.1 Cleaning Pad..........................................................................................14
4.2 Fan, Sensors and Squeegees.................................................................14
4.3 Driving Treads.........................................................................................15
5. Status Indicator Light and Sounds............................................................16
6. Troubleshooting..........................................................................................17
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1. Important Safety Instructions
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including
the following:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1. This Appliance is not intended to be used by children under 8 or anyone lacking knowledge
on proper use. Supervision may be necessary. Do not allow children to play with the
Appliance.
2. Do not use the Appliance in extremely hot or cold environments (below 0˚C/32˚F or above
40˚C/104˚F). The Appliance can be used to clean outside windows if it is properly tethered
to the Safety Pod, winds are calm, and it is not raining or snowing.
3. Please ensure the Appliance is plugged in while it is cleaning. The Appliance has a Back-Up
Battery that charges during use. The Back-Up Battery powers the Appliance if it becomes
unplugged or the electricity fails.
4. Do not leave the Appliance unattended when it is plugged in.
5. For household use ONLY. Do not use the Appliance in commercial or industrial environments.
6. Do not use the Appliance on cracked glass.
7. Only use accessories recommended or supplied by the manufacturer. Only use the Power
Adapter supplied by the manufacturer.
8. Please make sure your power supply voltage matches the power voltage marked on the
Power Adapter.
9. Do not use the Appliance on a framed window with a frame smaller than 5mm (0.2 inches).
10. Do not use the Appliance on wet or greasy windows.
11. Store the Appliance away from heat and flammable materials.
12. Do not use the Appliance if it does not firmly attach to the glass or has visible signs of damage.
13. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not put the Appliance in water or other liquid. Do
not place or store Appliance where it can fall or be pulled into a tub or sink.
14. Do not touch power plug or the Appliance with wet hands.
15. Do not charge the Appliance in extremely hot or cold environments, or it may affect battery
life span.
16. When charging the Appliance, do not place it on other electrical appliances and keep it
away from fire and liquid.
17. Take care not to damage the power cord. Do not pull on or carry the Appliance by the power
cord, use the power cord as a handle, close a window on the power cord, or put heavy
weights on the power cord. Keep power cord away from hot surfaces.
18. Do not use with a damaged power cord or receptacle. Do not use the Appliance if it is not
working properly, has been dropped, damaged, or come in contact with water. It must be
repaired by the manufacturer or its service agent in order to avoid a hazard.
19. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent
in order to avoid a hazard.
20. The plug must be removed from the receptacle before cleaning or maintaining the Appliance.
Do not unplug the Power Adapter by pulling on the power cord.
21. The Back-Up Battery must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent in order
to avoid a hazard.
22. The Back-Up Battery must be removed and discarded according to local laws and regulations
before disposal of the Appliance.
23. The Appliance must be disconnected from the receptacle before removing the battery for
disposal of the Appliance.
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1. Important Safety Instructions
24. Please dispose of used batteries according to local laws and regulations.
25. Do not incinerate the Appliance even if it is severely damaged. The battery can explode in
a fire.
26. The Appliance must be used in accordance with the directions in this Instruction Manual.
The company cannot be held liable or responsible for any damages or injuries caused by
improper use.
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2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications
2.1 Package Contents
WINBOT 8
Power Adapter
Instruction Manual
Safety Pod and
Tether
(3) Cleaning Pads
WINBOT
Cleaning Solution
(1) WINBOT
Extension Cord
(1.5m/4’11”)
Finishing Cloth
Remote Control
with Batteries
2.2 Specifications
WINBOT model
Working Voltage
W850
24V DC
Rated Power
75W
Remote Control
Rated output voltage
3V DC
Power Adapter: EA10952
Input: 100-240V AC 50/60Hz 2.5A
Output: 24V DC
3.75A
* Technical and design specifications may be changed in the course of continuous product improvement.
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2. Package Contents and Technical Specifications
2.3 Product Diagram
WINBOT 8
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1. Bumper Rail
2. Speaker
3. Status Indicator Light and START/PAUSE Button
4. Handle
5. Upgrade Port (for after-sale service)
6. Power Cord
7. Edge Detection Sensors
8. Cleaning Pad
9. Squeegees
10. Bottom Power Switch
11. Driving Treads
12. Fan
13. Bottom Status Indicator Light
14. Suction Sensor
15. Velcro
16. Side Rollers
Remote Control
1
RESET
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3
N
Z
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1. RESET Button
2. Direction Control Buttons
3. START/PAUSE Button
4. “N” Cleaning Mode Button
5. “Z” Cleaning Mode Button
6. Remote Control Pairing Button
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3. Operating WINBOT 8
3.1 Notes Before Cleaning
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Do not use WINBOT 8 on a framed window
with a frame smaller than 5mm (0.2”).
WINBOT 8 can clean framed or frameless
glass, larger than 50 x 50cm (19.7’’ x 19.7’’).
If WINBOT 8’s Status Indicator Light flashes
GREEN af ter powering ON, the Back-Up
Batter y requires charging. Keep WINBOT
8 plugged in to charge the Back-Up Battery
until the Status Indicator Light flashes BLUE.
WINBOT 8 will not clean until the Back-Up
Battery is charged.
If the window is covered with dirt, clean a
small area on the glass before use and place
WINBOT 8 there.
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3. Operating WINBOT 8
Remove the Bumper Rail protection strips on
both sides of WINBOT 8 before first use.
Please ensure there is a 15cm (5.9”) clearance between the glass and obstacles in the room like
curtains or furniture.
WINBOT 8 can clean horizontally mounted glass but only when using the Direction Control
Buttons on the Remote Control.
WINBOT 8 can clean glass mounted at an angle but may not operate normally; in such a case,
a person should be in the vicinity to assist should there be a problem.
Do not use WINBOT 8 upside down.
Please refer to the manufacturer's care and cleaning instructions before using WINBOT 8 on glass
with an uneven surface, such as frosted, textured, patterned, or coated glass. ECOVACS ROBOTICS
cannot be responsible for damage due to improper use on these surfaces.
3.2 Attach the Cleaning Pad
Turn WINBOT 8 over and attach the Cleaning Pad
to the bottom of WINBOT 8 smoothly. The white
side of the Cleaning Pad attaches to the Velcro,
and the gray microfiber side faces out. Make sure
the Cleaning Pad does not cover the Squeegees or
Edge Detection Sensors.
** The Cleaning Pad is not completely square
and if attached improperly, covers part of the
Squeegees.
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3. Operating WINBOT 8
3.3 Assemble the Power Adapter
3.4 Install the Safety Tether
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C
End A: WINBOT 8 Power Cord
End C: Safety Pod
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End B: Power Adapter Power Cord
End D: Safety Tether
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3. Operating WINBOT 8
1 Loop one end of the Safety Tether to
End A on the WINBOT 8 Power Cord
and tighten.
2 Connect End A and End B and tighten.
3 Loop the other end of the Safety
Te t h e r a r o u n d t h e S a f e t y Po d ’s
channel and pull it tight.
** If the length of the power cord restricts WINBOT 8’s movement, a WINBOT Extension Cord can
be used. Disconnect End A and End B, and connect them with both ends of the Extension Cord
respectively and tighten.
** Only one Extension Cord can be used when WINBOT 8.
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3. Operating WINBOT 8
3.5 Place the Safety Pod
Wipe the surface of the Safety Pod’s suction
cup clean with the provided Finishing Cloth.
If WINBOT 8 is being used to clean an inside
window: Press the Safety Pod FIRMLY on
the top corner of the inside window. Make
sure the Safety Pod is attached securely in
place.
If WINBOT 8 is being used to clean an outside
window: Press the Safety Pod FIRMLY on
the inside of the window being cleaned. Make
sure the Safety Pod is attached and securely in
place.
3.6 Spray Cleaning Solution
** WINBOT is recommended to be used with WINBOT Cleaning Solution. Using other cleaners may
reduce WINBOT’s performance.
Spray the upper and lower sides of the
Cleaning Pad with the provided WINBOT
Cleaning Solution 8 times each.
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After spraying, wipe the bottom of WINBOT 8
with the provided Finishing Cloth.
3. Operating WINBOT 8
3.7 Start
1 Plug in WINBOT 8
** Do not unplug WINBOT 8 while it is cleaning.
2 Power ON
Move the Power Switch to the “
” position.
WINBOT 8 is powered ON when the Status
Indicator Light flashes BLUE.
** Keep objects away from WINBOT 8’s Fan to
avoid blockage.
3 Place on the Glass
Place WINBOT 8 on the window at least 10cm
(4”) from window corners or other obstacles.
WINBOT 8 has successfully attached to the
window when the Status Indicator Light glows
a continuous BLUE.
** Please ensure there is a 15cm (5.9”) clearance
between the glass and obstacles in the room
like curtains or furniture.
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3. Operating WINBOT 8
4 Start
Start WINBOT 8 using one of the methods
below.
P r e s s t h e S TA R T / PA U S E b u t t o n o n
WINBOT 8 or on the Remote Control to
begin cleaning. WINBOT 8 automatically
chooses an “N” or “Z” cleaning path.
Choose your own cleaning path by pressing the “N” or “Z” Cleaning Mode Button on the
Remote Control to begin cleaning.
“N” Cleaning Mode is best for tall windows.
WINBOT 8 cleans in an "N" path.
“Z” Cleaning Mode is best for wide windows.
WINBOT 8 cleans in a "Z" path.
3.8 Pause
Pause WINBOT 8 during cleaning by pressing
the START/PAUSE button on the robot or on
the Remote Control.
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Direct WINBOT 8 to move forward, backward,
left and right using the Direction Control
Buttons on the Remote Control when Paused.
WINBOT 8 cleans when the Direction Control
Buttons are used. Switch to a different Cleaning
Mode using the Cleaning Mode Buttons on the
Remote Control when Paused.
3. Operating WINBOT 8
3.9 Stop
When WINBOT 8 completes its cleaning cycle, it returns to the place it started and beeps.
1 Remove WINBOT 8
Grasp WINBOT 8’s Handle. Press and
hold
for approximately 5 seconds and
the fan will stop. Remove WINBOT 8
from the window. Polish away any marks
left on the glass from WINBOT’s removal
with the provided Finishing Cloth.
3 Remove the Safety Pod.
2 Power OFF
Move the Power Switch to the “o” position.
4 Unplug WINBOT 8
Polish away any marks left on the glass
from the Safety Pod’s removal with the
provided Finishing Cloth.
** If WINBOT 8 has a problem and the indicator Light flashes RED, it can be reset by pressing the
RESET Button on the Remote Control. See “Troubleshooting” for details.
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4. Maintenance
Before performing cleaning and maintenance on WINBOT 8, Power OFF and unplug WINBOT 8
from the receptacle.
4.1 Cleaning Pad
Turn WINBOT 8 over and remove the Cleaning
Pad. Soak the Cleaning Pad in cool, clean
water for 2 minutes. Hand wash with mild
detergent and lay flat to dry. Allow it to dry
completely before re-attaching it to WINBOT 8.
** Do NOT use a wet Cleaning Pad on
WINBOT 8 or it may slip on the window.
** Washing the Cleaning Pad regularly can
extend its service life.
** If the Cleaning Pad becomes worn or no
longer fits exactly within the Velcro area,
replace it with a new one to achieve best
cleaning performance.
4.2 Fan, Sensors and Squeegees
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Fan
Side Rollers
Turn WINBOT 8 over and wipe any debris
from the Fan with the provided Finishing
Cloth to maintain suction.
Turn WINBOT 8 over and wipe the four Side
Rollers with the provided Finishing Cloth to
maintain their effectiveness.
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4. Maintenance
Edge Detection Sensors
Squeegees
Turn WINBOT 8 over and wipe the four Edge
Detection Sensors clean with the provided
Finishing Cloth to maintain their effectiveness.
Tu r n W I N B OT 8 ove r a n d w i p e t h e t wo
Squeegees with the provided Finishing Cloth to
maintain their effectiveness.
4.3 Driving Treads
Turn WINBOT 8 over and move the Power
Switch to “ ” position. Press and hold the
button for 5 seconds to stop the Fan.
Inspect the Driving Treads by using the and
buttons on the Remote Control. Stop the
Driving Treads if dirt is seen on the Treads.
Move the Power Switch to the “O” position.
Clean any dirt on the Driving Treads with the
provided Finishing Cloth.
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5. Status Indicator Light and Sounds
Indicator
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Description
Status Indicator Light
flashes GREEN
Back-Up Battery is low and is charging. WINBOT will not clean until
the Back-Up Battery is properly charged.
Status Indicator Light
flashes BLUE
WINBOT 8 is powered ON and ready to be placed on the glass.
Status Indicator Light
glows a continuous BLUE
WINBOT 8 has successfully adhered itself to the glass and is ready
to clean.
Status Indicator Light
flashes RED
WINBOT 8 has a problem. Please refer to section 6,
Troubleshooting, for details.
Status Indicator Light
glows a continuous RED
WINBOT 8 has been placed in Manual Override Mode. Please refer
to section 6, Troubleshooting, for details.
WINBOT emits beeps
WINBOT 8 beeps in following situations:
WINBOT 8 is powered on.
WINBOT 8 finishes cleaning.
WINBOT 8 has a problem.
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6. Troubleshooting
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Malfunction
Remote Control
does not work
Status Indicator
Light flashes BLUE
after the product is
placed on the glass
Possible Causes
Solutions
WINBOT 8 is cleaning. When
WINBOT 8 is cleaning, only the
START/PAUSE Button works on
the Remote Control.
Pause WINBOT 8 by pressing the
START/PAUSE button on the robot
or Remote Control. Other buttons
on the Remote Control will function
when WINBOT 8 is paused.
The Remote Control is not
paired with WINBOT 8.
WINBOT 8 arrives from the
factory paired with its Remote
Control. If the Remote Control
becomes un-paired or is
replaced, it can be re-paired.
Power ON WINBOT 8. At the same
time, press and hold START/PAUSE
Button on WINBOT 8 and Pairing
Button on the Remote Control.
Paring is complete when START/
PAUSE Button blinks RED, BLUE
and GREEN.
If the Remote Control does not
work and the Status Indicator
Light flashes RED, WINBOT 8
may need to be reset.
Reset WINBOT 8 by pressing the
RESET Button on the Remote
Control.
The Cleaning Pad is attached
incorrectly and is covering
the Squeegees or the Edge
Detection Sensors.
Remove the Cleaning Pad and reattach it making sure it is placed
exactly within its Velcro area and
does not cover the Squeegees or the
Edge Detection Sensors.
Edge Detection Sensor
malfunction.
A. Remove the Cleaning Pad and
re-attach it making sure it does not
cover or affect the Edge Detection
Sensors.
B. Clean the Edge Detection
Sensors as described in section 4.
C. If the problem persists, please
contact Customer Service.
Fan malfunction.
A. Clean the Fan as described in
section 4.
B. If the problem persists, please
contact Customer Service.
Glass is too dirty for WINBOT 8
to adhere properly.
Clean a small area on the glass
before use and place WINBOT 8
there.
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6. Troubleshooting
NO.
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4
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Malfunction
Possible Causes
Interruption of electricity while
WINBOT 8 was cleaning due to
power failure, plug displacement,
or loose connection to the Power
Adapter.
A. Connect WINBOT 8 to the Power
Adapter and plug into the wall
receptacle. Press Start/Pause Button on
WINBOT 8 or on the Remote Control.
WINBOT 8 will resume cleaning.
B. In case of power failure, and the
above solution does not work, please
use the Direction Control Buttons on
the Remote Control to direct WINBOT 8
to a position on the window where you
can safely reach it, turn off the fan and
remove it from the window. If power
has resumed, place WINBOT 8 on the
window again and restart.
WINBOT 8 has moved over a
problem area and is losing suction.
A. Press the RESET Button on the
Remote Control. Use the Direction
Control buttons on the Remote
Control to move WINBOT 8 away
from the problem area and at least
10cm/4” from window corners and
obstacles. Restart WINBOT 8.
B. Press the RESET Button on
the Remote Control, then use the
Direction Control Buttons to direct
WINBOT 8 to clean around the
problem area.
Edge Detection Sensors are dirty
Wipe the four Edge Detection Sensors
clean as described in section 4. If
the problem persists, please contact
Customer Service.
There is too much dirt and debris
on the window.
A. Spray additional Cleaning Solution
on the upper and lower sides of the
Cleaning Pad.
B. Clean the Driving Treads as
described in section 4.
C. Replace the Cleaning Pad and
restart the cleaning cycle.
D. Clean the window using the
Direction Control Buttons on the
Remote Control.
E. Clean the window by hand first and
use WINBOT 8 for regular cleaning
after that.
* WINBOT 8 is intended to be used
for maintenance cleaning on common
windows. The product is NOT
designed to replace heavy duty or first
time cleaning.
Status Indicator
Light of the product
flashes RED
WINBOT 8 moves in
an irregular pattern
during cleaning.
Solutions
6. Troubleshooting
NO.
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Malfunction
WINBOT 8 is stuck
in the window corner
and cannot move,
be controlled by the
Remote Control, or
be reset by pressing
RESET.
Possible Causes
Insufficient suction or Edge
Detection Sensor signal abnormity.
Solutions
A. Press the RESET Button on the
Remote Control.
B. If WINBOT 8 does not Reset, it
must be placed in Manual Override
Mode. Hold the RESET Button on
the Remote Control until the Status
Indicator Light glows a continuous
RED. In Manual Override Mode,
the Direction Control Buttons on the
Remote Control are activated. Use
the Direction Control Buttons to move
WINBOT 8 to a position away from
edges and where you can safely
reach it. Remove WINBOT 8 from the
window and power OFF. Power ON
and restart.
* When using the Manual Override
Mode, do not leave WINBOT 8
attached to the glass.
C. If the problem persists, please
contact Customer Service.
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