THE NEW LAWN MOWER ROBOT
HOW DOES MOWRO MOW?
The Boundary Wire
MowRo follows the boundary wire the first time it leaves the station. This is how it makes sure to cut as close as possible to the edge of your yard. After following the line around your yard, it enters the docking station before leaving again.
MowRo has an average charging time of 2 hours and an average cutting time of 1.5 hours. It can take multiple cycles of cutting and charging to complete your yard.
Random Cutting Pattern
As MowRo leaves the 2nd time it begins cutting in a randomized pattern. The MowRo can sense the voltage in the boundary wire and will 'bounce' off the wire and start pointing in a new direction.
Low On Battery
When MowRo is low on battery, it knows to drive until it finds the boundary wire. Once it finds the wire it follows it back to the docking station to recharge.
MowRo Cuts Again
After charging, MowRo heads back on out and continues its random cutting pattern. It will cuts areas it did not get on the first cycle. MowRo runs as many cycles as it needs to complete the size of yard you programmed.
MowRo heads back into the docking station and waits for the next schedule mow.