User Manual - Intellibot Robotics

User Manual - Intellibot Robotics
User Manual
™
Hands–Free Cleaning Floor Scrubber
®
5410 SW Macadam Ave, Suite 100 Portland, Oregon 97239
www.intellibotrobotics.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
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Safety Precautions
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Machine Components
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Operator Controls
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Operator Pager
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Parking Brake
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Tank
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Brush Head Assembly
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Squeegee Assembly
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Battery Charging
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Fuse Panel and Circuit Breaker
Initial System Set Up
Setting Operator Privileges
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Preference Settings
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Daily Startup Procedures
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Cleaning Options
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Manual Clean
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Spot Clean
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Area Clean
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Cleaning Patterns
Map Clean
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Clean Up
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Trouble Shooting
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Diagnostics
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Sonar
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Touchshield
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Floor Sensor
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Gyro
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Network
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Memory
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Outputs
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Water Flow
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Drive Motor
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Maintenance Schedule
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Technical Data
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INTRODUCTION
Manual Purpose and Contents
The purpose of this Manual is to provide the operator with all necessary information to use the
machine properly and safely. It contains information about technical data, safety, operation, and
maintenance. Read this manual completely and become familiar with the HydroBot Hands-Free
Floor Scrubber before operating.
For longer service life of the machine, follow the instructions and any warnings contained within this
manual. Damage caused by failure to follow these instructions may not be covered by the limited
warranty.
Spare Parts And Maintenance
All necessary maintenance and repair procedures must be carried out by qualified personnel or by
Intellibot Robotics Distributors. Always use Intellibot Robotics original parts and accessories, explicitly
approved for the HydroBot Robotic Floor Scrubber. These parts have been tested to determine their
reliability, safety and suitability. Intellibot Robotics approved parts and accessories are available
through the service department: (1-888-837-0002).
Service and Warranty Information
The installation packet contains detailed information concerning any warranties that cover the
machine including:
✓ Factory limited warranty
✓ Software license agreement
Customer Assistance
Intellibot Robotics’ support program provides factory-trained and certified technical help in the event of
a malfunction. Call 1-888-837-0002
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This machine is intended for commercial use. It is designed exclusively to scrub hard floors
in an indoor environment and is not constructed for any other use. Only use recommended
pads, brushes and commercially approved floor cleaners intended for machine application.
The following warning alert symbol and the “FOR SAFETY” heading are used throughout this
manual as indicated:
WARNING: To warn of hazards or unsafe practices which could result in severe personal
injury or death.
FOR SAFETY: To identify actions which must be followed for safe operation of
equipment.
The following safety precautions signal potentially dangerous conditions to the operator or
provide a quick note. All operators must read, understand and practice them.
WARNING: fire or explosion hazard
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Never use flammable liquids or operate machine in or near flammable liquids, vapors
or combustible dusts.
This machine is not equipped with explosion proof motors. Electric motors will spark upon
start up and during operation which could cause a flash fire or explosion machine is used in
an area where flammable vapors/liquids are combustible dust are present.
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Do not pick up flammable materials or reactive metals.
Warning: electrical hazard
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Do not charge batteries with a damaged power supply cord. Do not modify plug.
If the battery charger supply cord is damaged or broken, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, the service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
FOR SAFETY:
Do not operate machine:
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With flammable liquids or near flammable vapors as an explosion or flash fire may
occur.
Unless trained and authorized.
Unless operator manual has been read and understood.
If not in proper operating condition.
When using machine:
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Report machine damage or faulty operation immediately.
Never allow children to play on or around.
Follow mixing and handling instructions on chemical containers.
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When servicing machine:
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Avoid moving parts. Do not wear jackets, shirts or sleeves that are loose.
Do not power spray or hose off machine; electrical malfunction may occur.
Use manufacturer supplied or approved replacement parts.
All repairs must be performed by a qualified service person. Do not modify the
machine from its original design.
Warning:
To prevent condensation of critical components, before operating, allow the robot to sit (1) hour for
every 7.2°F (4°C) difference between storage temperature and 70°F (21°C).
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MACHINE COMPONENTS
Sonars
Drain hose & drain valve
Touch control handle bar
Filters & canister wrench
Battery pack door
Parking brake
Front Access Door
Electronics box
Safety touch shield
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Operator Controls
On/Off button: Powers robot on or off.
Handle bar: Initiates movement of the robot.
User Interface (UI) display: Used to input commands
and receive messages.
Emergency stop switch: Depressing the emergency
stop switch will immediately stop the robot.
The emergency stop switch should only be used if
the robot must be stopped immediately, such as
for a building evacuation. Otherwise, use the onscreen stop button.
Operator Pager
The operator will be paged when the robot finishes a
cleaning routine, runs low on battery charge, or
encounters an obstacle that it is unable to navigate
around.
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Parking Brake
The HydroBot Floor Scrubber has a parking brake that
can be engaged from the rear of the robot (see red
handle). Pivoting the red handle to the left locks the
parking brake, moving it to the right releases the parking
brake.
Note: The robot will not move when the parking
brake is engaged.
Tank
The HydroBot Hands-Free Floor Scrubber has a 4stage filtering system, providing filtering to 10, 5, or
1 micron(s), utilizing a 15-gallon polyethylene tank. It
can run for 8 consecutive hours without changing
solution. The tank should be drained, rinsed and
cleaned at the end of every work shift. This will
ensure the tank remains clean and free of bacteria.
Brush Head Assembly
The brush head assembly is made from powdercoated stainless steel. The assembly utilizes dual 24
VDC, 0.75 HP, 200 RPM, direct-drive, permanent,
magnet motors. The two counter-rotating brushes
or pads yield a 29” scrubbing width. Depending on
the floor surface, the unit can accommodate various
abrasive grades of pads.
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Squeegee Assembly
The HydroBot Floor Scrubber utilizes a 36-inch
squeegee with a four-edge, reversible, gum-rubber
blade coupled with a vacuum that collects water
dispensed by the machine. The squeegee coverage
width is 34.5”. Squeegee blades are removable so
they can be cleaned or reversed to provide more
service time. It is recommended that squeegee
blades be replaced at least every 12 weeks to avoid
excessive noise and avoid the potential of leaving
water (due to worn squeegee blades).
Battery Charging
Gel cell batteries provide approximately four hours of
operation per charge. They are highly reliable and
do not require a vented room (they do not emit
fumes while recharging). Intellibot Robotics offers,
as an accessory, a battery exchange kit. This
system is designed to allow the operator to
exchange the battery pack when low on charge.
Battery Charging Plug
WARNING:
Only 24-volt chargers with a gel cell setting should
be used to ensure the batteries do not overheat.
Using any other charger may cause damage to the
batteries. Charge each battery pack for a continuous
18 hours. The HydroBot automatically powers off
when the battery-charging plug is inserted.
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Fuse Panel and Circuit Breaker
Open the front access door. The fuse panel
and circuit breaker are located behind the
brush drive motor.
Circuit Breaker
Fuse Panel
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INITIAL SYSTEM SETUP
Disconnect the Battery Charger from the machine.
Press the “ON” button. Note: It takes almost two (2)
minutes for the machine to fully power up.
Touch the Log In button.
Enter your operator code and Touch “OK.” (If your
passcode is unknown, contact your administrator.)
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The Prep Step Guide will appear. Move
to the Home Screen by touching “OK.”
To access the system menu, touch the right arrow.
Setting Operator privileges:
To set up operator privileges, touch the
icon.
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To add an operator touch:
To edit an existing operator, touch the name to
highlight, then touch:
To inactivate an operator, touch the name to
Enter operators name and touch “OK.”
Enter a unique user code and touch “OK.”
To turn (on/off) robotic mode privilege, touch
To turn (on/off) mapping privilege, touch
To turn (on/off) access to reporting, touch
To turn (on/off) admin privileges, touch
To allow access to diagnostics, touch
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Preference Settings
To access the preferences for safety beeper,
language, Wi-Fi, water flow default, or measurement
system, touch the right arrow.
From the system menu, select “Prefs” icon.
To turn (on/off) the safety beeper and warning
light, touch
To set language (English, Spanish or German),
touch
To set the water flow default (if applicable),
touch
To set the measurement system, (metric or
imperial) touch
To allow the machine to communicate with the IntelliTrak℠ reporting system, the wireless interface on the
machine must be configured. This screen allows for
configuring a Wi-Fi device to work on a managed
network with a static IP address or one provided by
a DHCP server. It also allows for configuring a
variety of security and authentication protocols. This
screen does not configure a cellular modem device.
When you are finished, touch “OK”.
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Daily Startup Procedure
Disconnect the Battery Charger (it will not start if
connected).
Press the “ON” button. Note: It takes almost two (2)
minutes for the machine to fully power up.
Touch the “Log In” button
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Enter your operator code and touch “OK.” (If your
passcode is unknown, contact your administrator.)
A series of screens will appear that will prompt you
through the preparation steps prior to cleaning.
Install Filters.
Attach canister filters.
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Check tank.
Check squeegee blades.
Check pads.
Release parking brake.
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Cleaning Options
There are two operating modes for the HydroBot: Manual and Hands Free. Manual allows
you to control all cleaning functions including speed and water flow.
Hands Free allows you to let go while the machine cleans the area automatically.
Make sure the area to be cleaned is as clutter-free as possible by removing all items from the
area such as garbage bags, trashcans and cleaning carts. Dry mop the floor before running
the machine. Lint, hair and other small particles can get caught in the squeegee and cause
water streaks to be left on the floor.
Manual Clean
To operate the machine in manual cleaning mode,
perform the following actions:
Touch the Manual Clean Button on the home
screen.
Turn on the vacuum and squeegee by touching
the fan icon button.
Turn on the cleaning head by touching the scrub
brush icon button.
Touch the forward arrow icon until the speed bar
indicator is at the desired speed.
Squeeze the handlebar and maneuver the
machine over the surface to be cleaned. To stop
the machine, release the handle bar.
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Spot Clean
Spot Clean is used to clean a hallway or aisle for a specific distance (minimum of 20 feet).
The hallway/aisle must be between 6 feet and 60 feet wide. There must be two walls, one on
the left and one on the right, at the start of Spot Clean for it to accurately measure the width
of the area to clean.
Position the machine in the middle of the hallway/aisle and perform the following actions:
Touch the Spot Clean button on the Home screen.
Select the distance to clean with the “+” and “-“
buttons to set the cleaning length from 20 to 200
Touch “GO” and the machine will start cleaning.
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Area Clean
Use this mode to clean hallways, conference rooms and aisles 6 feet to 60 feet wide
automatically. Area Clean is able to clean an area with only one sidewall as a reference, but
works best when both a left and right wall are present. An end wall or some other obstacle is
needed to designate the end of the cleaning area for the machine. There are nine separate
cleaning patters to choose from.
Touch the Area Clean button on the Home
screen to access Cleaning Patterns.
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Cleaning Patterns:
Single Area
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Single Area Return
Side T Right
Side T Right Return
L Left
L Left Return
Side T Left
Side T Left Return
L Right
L Right Return
Cross Left
Cross Left Return
Cross Right
Cross Right Return
T Left
T Left Return
T Right
T Right Return
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On the first pass (learning pass) of the first Area, the machine looks for openings that match
the Cleaning Pattern selected. If an opening is found that is large enough, on the correct
side, and in the correct location, it will clean that second Area after cleaning the first Area. If
the opening does not meet the criteria, just the first Area is cleaned.
Optionally, touch Return to Start to have the machine return to the starting location of the
first Area when it is finished cleaning, rather than at the end of the second Area.
The 9 cleaning Patterns available on the machine are shown graphically. Below are the parts
of a cleaning Pattern:
Side T Right
Areas to clean
Green triangle is
the machine's
starting location
Pattern name
Red octagon is the
machine's ending
location
Below is the same Pattern with Return to Start enabled. Notice the red
octagon moved to the starting location. The gray circle shows where the
cleaning finished.
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Position the machine in the middle of the
hallway/aisle.
To pause the machine, touch the “ıı” pause button.
To resume cleaning, touch the blinking “GO”.
To stop cleaning, touch “Stop.” The machine will
ask you to confirm that you want to stop cleaning.
If not, the machine will be paused and can be
resumed by touching “GO”.
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Map Clean (optional)
Map clean is created with an optional software package. Maps are created and stored on the
machine. Each map has a unique starting location. The machine must be within 2 feet of
that starting location and oriented in the proper direction for the route to run successfully.
Position the machine at starting point that is
associated with a specific map.
Choose “MAP” from the menu.
Select appropriate map from the list.
Touch Go.
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Clean Up
The tank should be drained, rinsed and cleaned at the end of every shift. Filters should be
removed, rinsed and allowed to air dry. Pleated filters need to be brushed and rinsed after
drying and before re-installing in canisters. This will ensure the robot remains clean and free
from bacteria.
Maneuver the machine to a location where fluids can be drained.
Draining and Cleaning the Tank
Open tank lid.
Locate the drain hose and position the end to where
fluids can be dumped.
Pull the drain valve. The dirty water should now
dispense into the drain area.
Rinse tank.
Using the canister wrench that is stored between the
two canisters, remove the blue canister(s) by turning
counterclockwise. Remove filter(s). If using cotton
wound filters, rinse and allow to dry before next use.
If using pleated filters, allow to dry completely; brush
filters with brush and rinse before using. Inspect
filter(s) and replace as necessary.
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Parking and Charging
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Maneuver the machine to the charging station.
Power down by pressing the on/off button on the
control panel.
The machine must be placed on a continuous
charge for 18 hours for a full charge. Only 24-volt
chargers with a gel cell setting can be used.
These chargers ensure that the batteries do not
overheat. Using any other charger will damage
the machine’s batteries.
Exchanging Battery Packs
Set the parking brake.
Position battery exchange cart to receive
battery pack. Latch the guide ramp into slot
located above rear bumper. Lock the
casters on the Battery Exchange Cart.
Warning: A battery pack weighs 289 pounds. Be
sure that the exchange cart casters are in a
locked position to prevent personal injury.
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Press latch to release battery pack.
Using the handle, pull the battery pack onto the
cart.
Release locking latch and casters.
Spin battery Cart 180 degrees, aligning new
battery pack.
Engage latching gate and lock casters.
Push battery pack into place until handle latch
locks.
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Trouble Shooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
No power
Charger plugged into robot
Unplug charger
Battery pack not engaged
Push battery pack into place
Battery not charged
Charge battery
Water flow set too high
Go to Settings Menu; lower
water valve setting default
Dirty Squeegee
Wipe squeegee with rag
Leaving water
Flip or replace squeegee blade
(can be flipped up to 3 times
before replacement)
Not cleaning floor surface
Brush motor not running
Reset circuit breaker (see page
Machine pulling to one side
when manually driving
Parking brake is not fully
disengaged
Move parking brake lever all the
way to the left, then all the way
back to the right
If solution fails to correct problem, please call service technician.
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Diagnostics
To access system diagnostics, go to the Home
Screen and touch the right arrow.
From the system menu, select “Diags” icon.
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Each Intellibot machine has built-in diagnostic tools used for troubleshooting problems.
Diagnostics “A” are accessible from the Functions screen if the diagnostics privilege has
been granted to the operator.
A
The Diagnostics screen shows all of the built-in diagnostics tools available on the
machine. Some shown above may not be present on all variations of machines or
because the operator does not have the required privileges.
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Touching a button will activate the diagnostic. Note that these diagnostic tools are for
information only and do not change any of the settings of the machine.
To learn what each button does, touch the Help button “L” and then touch another button. A text
balloon will appear and describe what the diagnostic does. Return to the Functions screen by
touching “K”.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
Diagnostic
L
Function
A
Sonars
Reports the distances each sonar sensor measures.
B
Touchshield
Reports which of the touchshield zones are contacting the environment.
C
Floor Sensors
Reports the distances that each of the infrared floor sensors are above the floor.
D
Gyro
Reports the compass heading of the machine.
E
Camera
Reports lines detected along the floor.
F
Wireless
Reports wireless network signal strength and IP address.
G
Memory
Reports the amount of memory used on the computer.
H
Outputs
Temporary control of each motor, actuator, light, brake, etc.
I
Flow
Reports the flow of cleaning solution to dispense to the floor.
J
Drive Wheels
Reports the speed of each drive wheel.
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Sonar Diagnostic
This diagnostic shows the distance measured by the selected sonar sensor from the sensor
face to the object in front of it, looking down from on top of the machine. The distance is
displayed in millimeters. There are between 15 and 19 sonars on a machine depending upon
the model. Each sonar has a number from 0 to 23.
F
A
E
C
D
B
G
Using the up “A” and down “B” buttons select the sonar of interest to view the distance it is
measuring. The sonar number “C” and distance “D” will be displayed, along with a sound wave
animation “E” showing where the sonar is located on the machine.
The sound waves from sonar sensors fan out so the sonar may detect objects that are not
directly in front of them. Also, the sonar sensors have a dead zone where they cannot detect an
object. The dead zone is the first 6 inches from the face of the sonar.
When a sonar number is gray, and the distance is reported as “----“, the sonar is not receiving
an echo and therefore cannot measure a distance.
If a number is skipped over, for example when going from sonar #6 to #8 and #7 doesn’t
appear, then sonar #7 is not installed on your machine.. Long-range sonars are #7 and #10.
Short-range sonars are #17 and #20. Both types are specific to a specific machine model.
If the proximity board software version number ”F” looks like ----, it means that the computer
cannot communicate with the proximity board. To exit the diagnostic and return to the
Diagnostics main screen, touch “Return” “G.”
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Touchshield Diagnostic
This diagnostic shows if the machine is contacting an object. The touchshield is the plastic skirt
that wraps around the lower perimeter of the machine, about 6” off the floor. Behind the plastic
are contact sensors that will notify the computer if the machine is applying more than 24 oz. of
force against an object.
D
F
E
A
B
C
Each of the 6 zones “A” has two zone contact counters associated with them. The white
numbers “B” are the total number of times that that zone has detected contact since the
machine was installed. The orange numbers “C” are the number of times that a zone has
detected contact since this diagnostic was most recently started. Each time the diagnostic is
run, the orange numbers reset to 0.
Touch the reset button “D” to manually reset the orange numbers to 0.
When a zone detects contact, the zone on the machine icon lights up “E,” both the total and
current contact counters increase, and the machine beeps.
To exit the diagnostic and return to the Diagnostics main screen, touch “Return” “F.”
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Floor Sensor Diagnostic
This diagnostic shows if each of the four floor sensors can detect the floor. The sensors use
infrared light to illuminate the floor and detect the reflection from it. A distance is reported to the
computer. If the distance exceeds a pre-set number it is assumed that there is no floor and the
machine responds with an appropriate safety action.
B
C
A
D
Each of the four sensors “A” reports a distance in millimeters “B” and a voltage “C” that the
sensor is reporting. When the distance to the floor is measured as safe, the number is in green.
When no floor is detected the number is red.
Note: The infrared floor sensors can be misled when the machine is over black shiny surfaces. If
this happens, the machine will pause and a message will be displayed on the touchscreen.
Example “No Floor: Right Front. If floor is present, manually drive machine past dark flooring
and continue.
To exit the diagnostic and return to the Diagnostics main screen, touch “Return” “D.”
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Gyro Diagnostic
This diagnostic shows the relative heading of the machine. The gyro senses the machine
turning and calculates the heading. When the diagnostic starts, the heading is reset to 0°.
There is a compass-style instrument that points to the current heading and a reading of the
heading in degrees and hundredths of a degree “A.” A negative heading means the machine is
pointed slightly right of center, a positive heading means the machine is pointed slightly left of
center.
A
E
D
F
B
C
G
There are two buttons to slowly rotate the machine to test the gyro. Pressing the left arrow “B”
will rotate the machine in a clockwise direction. Pressing the right arrow “C” will rotate the
machine in a counterclockwise direction. To stop rotating, press the arrow button opposite of
the direction of rotation.
There are two parameters for calibrating a gyro. One is the Scale Factor “D” and is set at the
factory. It does not normally need to be changed. Values normally range from 18500 to 20500.
The other parameter is the Center value “E.” This is computed automatically by the machine
every time there is no motion for at least 5 seconds. This value is ideally 4192, but will change
based on variations in gyro hardware, temperature changes, and other factors. If this number is
more then 5000 or less then 3000, there is likely a problem with the gyro and it may need to be
replaced.
Touch the reset button “F” to set the heading to 0.00° during the diagnostic.
To exit the diagnostic and return to the Diagnostics main screen, touch “Return “G.”
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Camera Diagnostic
This diagnostic will only appear on machines that have a camera installed on the right front
corner of the front door. Most machines do not have this sensor.
This diagnostic shows what lines on the floor the camera detects, based upon the contrast
between the line and the floor color. For the camera to accurately detect a line there must be
adequate even lighting.
C
D
A
F
B
E
Touching the camera button “A” will take a picture that will be processed to look for a line. If the
machine beeps 3 times, the picture capture did not work. Touch the camera button again. If it
beeps once, the image capture was successful.
If there is adequate lighting and contrast, lines “B” found will be displayed on the image. For an
ideal application, either the H-scan or V-scan pair of values of n and ae must be valid. Valid
values of n “C” will be greater than 10 and ae “D” will be less than 5. If they are not, the
application will not be able to use the camera for navigation in that area.
There are 6 buttons “E” available to turn off and on the various pieces of line data that were
detected and computed. These may be helpful in understanding why a line might not be
detected or giving bad position information.
To exit the diagnostic and return to the Diagnostics main screen, touch return “F.”
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Network Diagnostic
This diagnostic shows the connectivity information of the wireless interface in use: WiFi or
cellular modem. Since there are several wireless devices and configurations, screen shots for
each are provided.
For machines using the WiFi network device on a managed network, the screen will show the
managed IP address, MAC address and signal strength.
For machines using the WiFi network device on an ad-hoc network, the screen will show the adhoc IP address, MAC address and signal strength. Note: ad-hoc mode is only for local wireless
connections to a service tech’s computer.
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Network Diagnostic (continued)
A
B
For machines using the cellular modem network device, the screen will show the cell IP address
and signal strength at the point and time of the initial cell tower connection.
Touching button “A” toggles between displaying the WiFi connectivity information and the
cellular modem connectivity information.
To exit the diagnostic and return to the Diagnostics main screen, touch “Return” “B.”
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Memory Diagnostic
This diagnostic shows how much of the flash memory is used by the computer. If the usage
exceeds 80%, contact Intellibot Robotics for more information.
A
To exit the diagnostic and return to the Diagnostics main screen, touch “Return” “A.”
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Outputs Diagnostic
This diagnostic allows for temporary control of each of the outputs of the computer. The
computer controls devices like motors, actuators, pumps, and lights.
A
B
C
E
D
Touching any one of the 8 outputs buttons “A” displayed will turn on or off the corresponding
output. A yellow light indicates that the output is on, whether or not it was turned on by the
operator. Use the left “B” and right “C” arrows to scroll through the 4 screens of outputs.
The battery voltage “D” is displayed to observe how the voltage changes when individual
effectors are turned on and off.
To exit the diagnostic and return to the Diagnostics main screen, touch “Return” “E.” When
exiting the diagnostic, all outputs are returned to their normal state. In other words, if the brush
motor was off when entering the diagnostic and the operator turned it on, then it would be turned
off when exiting the diagnostic.
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Water Flow Diagnostic
This diagnostic shows the status of the water flow system, which includes the water pump and
the flow meter. The amount of flow to the floor may be adjusted. The diagnostic returns the
water to the tank, instead of the floor, however.
Use the up “A” and down “B” arrows to increase or decrease the flow during the diagnostic.
When exiting the diagnostic, the flow rate is returned to its previous setting.
A
B
This shows when the water pump is priming. Priming may be started by pressing the up button
and stopped by pressing the down button. When priming, the bottom flow bar indicator “A” will
turn yellow and then off when priming is complete or failed.
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Water Flow Diagnostic (continued)
Priming will run up to 2 minutes before giving up. If it does stop, check for loose canisters or
missing O-rings. Then start priming again by touching the up arrow.
The pump duty cycle will remain constant as long as the measured flow is at least the expected
flow, or up to 0.03 GPM over the expected flow.
To exit the diagnostic and return to the Diagnostics main screen, touch “Return” “B.”
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Drive Motor Diagnostic
This diagnostic shows the speed of each of the drive wheels. It may be used when calibrating
the drive amplifiers. The machine may be propped up so that the drive wheels are off the
ground, but can also be used with the wheels on the ground, which requires the use of the
handlebar to turn the wheels.
A
B
H
G
C
D
I
F
E
F
The green Status dots “A” on either side will turn red if the amplifier on that side has a fault
status or if the fuse is blown.
The up “B” and down “C” buttons step the Command speed through: -400, -300, -200, -100, -75,
-50, -25, 0, 25, 50, 75, 100, 200, 300, 400 mm/s. The machine cleans at 400 mm/s.
When the Command speed “D” is set to 0, Anti-drift “E” on (yellow button) keeps the two wheels
at the same position. Turn off Anti-drift by touching the button to see how much each wheel
continues to spin even when commanded to not move, which is useful for calibrating the drive
amplifiers.
Touching either of the Audible buttons “F” the machine will beep faster as the Average speed
“G” for that side gets closer to the Command speed. The beeps stop if the speeds are within
2mm/s. This is also useful for calibrating the drive amplifiers.
If Encoder counts “H” vary wildly, there may be a problem with the drive wheel encoders.
To exit the diagnostic and return to the Diagnostics main screen, touch return “I.”
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Maintenance Schedule
Daily
Drain tank completely.
X
Remove recycle cotton filters and clean (replace if necessary).
X
Remove wire basket filter and clean.
X
Rinse out tanks.
X
Check Pickup tube for obstruction.
X
Wipe down exterior surfaces.
X
Clean caster wheels.
X
Inspect pads & brushes for wear (replace if necessary).
X
Clean squeegee and pick up area.
X
Quarterly
Inspect Pickup hose (replace if necessary).
X
Lubricate hinges.
X
Clean gaskets, vacuum motor and tank inlet.
X
Check float switches and recycle pump operation.
X
Inspect emergency stop switch lamp (replace if necessary).
X
Inspect yellow warning light (replace if necessary).
X
Inspect and test Front and Rear Touch Shield zone.
X
Inspect Battery Box ball bearings; lubricate if needed.
X
Apply grease to the Squeegee Pivot Bracket.
X
Check Pager operation; replace batteries if needed.
X
Adjust squeegee.
X
Clean intake hoses.
X
Replace drive belts.
X
Clean undercarriage.
X
Annually
Replace worn electrical connectors.
X
Replace squeegee suction hose.
X
Replace rear swivel casters.
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Technical Data
Name(s)
HydroBot
Model(s)
RS1000s (Robotic Scrubber)
Construction
Frame:
Power coated 5052 Aluminum and stainless steel
Casters:
Two 3 1/2 inch (889 cm), polyurethane, swivel type
Robot Height:
43 1/8 in. (110 cm)
Robot Width:
32 3/8 in. (83 cm)
Robot Length:
48 3/8 in. (123 cm)
Squeegee Width:
32 3/8 in. (83 cm)
Weight (machine only):
426 lbs. (194 kg)
Weight (with battery pack):
715 lbs. (324 kg)
Battery Pack Weight:
289 lbs. (131 kg)
Battery Exchange Cart Weight:
101 lbs. (46 kg)
Battery Exchange Cart Weight
390 lbs. (177 kg)
(with battery pack):
Electrical Requirements
Batteries:
Four (4) Sealed gel cell deep cycle, 180 AH, 6
VDC output, length 10.25 inches (260mm),
width 7.13 inches (181 mm), height 10.88
inches (276 mm)
Run Time:
Approximately four (4) hours
Charger Unit:
20 Amp, 24 VDC output, 115 VAC input with
automatic shut-off
Robotic Features
Main Computer:
Monitors all functions and commands the robot
to perform memorized cleaning routines
Drive Subsystem:
Monitors and controls the robot’s movement
and position
Controls:
Manual and electronic
Navigation:
Ultrasonic sonar sensing system with two (2)
infrared sensors providing the robot with a 360degree coverage
Touch Shield:
Six (6) Zones that cover all sides of the
machine up to 8 inches off of the floor
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Floor Sensors:
Four (4) Infrared sensors that check the right &
left front and right & left rear corners of the
machine
Solution/Recovery Recycling System
Tank Capacity:
14 gallons
Solution Feed:
Manually adjustable flow rate to center of each
brush
Recycling System:
Four-stage filter recycling system providing
filtering to 1,5,10, or 20 microns utilizing a
single 14-gallon, high-density, molded,
seamless, linear, polyethylene tank
Brushes, Squeegee and Vacuum
Brushes/Pads:
Dual counter-rotating 15 inches (381mm)
diameter pads or brushes rotating at 200 RPM
with a head -cleaning pressure of 100 lbs.
Scrubbing Width:
29 inches
Brush Head:
Stainless steel weldment, powder coated
Squeegee:
36 inches (91 cm), parabolic, self-centering,
swing-style with plastic rollers on ends and
quick-change, four-edge, reversible, gum rubber
blade
Motors
Drive Wheel Motors:
Two 24 VDC precision motors, built-in encoders
with traction water displacement tread
RS1000 Brush Drive Motors:
Dual 3/4 HP DC direct drive
Production
Cleaning Rate:
10,230 sq. ft. (950 sq. m) per hour (average)
Operating Environment
Temperature:
59° to 86° F (15° to 30° C)
Humidity:
20% to 75% RH
Magnetic Field:
< 50 Gauss
Vibration:
0.01 Gs (maximum)
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Storage Environment
Temperature:
-22° to 140° F (-30° to 60° C)
Humidity:
20% to 75% RH
Environmental Effects
Heat Load:
2730 BTU/hr (maximum)
Acoustical Noises:
68 dBa
Consumable Parts Kit
HydroBot Consumable Kit (KES1000s)
Filter - Cotton 10 Micron
049870
(2)
O-Ring
R38021
(2)
Squeegee Blade - Rear
1300400
(1)
Squeegee Blade - Front
1300399
(1)
1300165
(2)
Individual Part(s)
Filter - Pleated - 1 Micron
Ordering Parts
To order parts, contact Customer Assistance Center (888-837-0002), or email
Service@intellibotrobotics.com.
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