Feeling too lazy to clean your home? No worries, smart home robotic vacuums can help you. It allows you to lie on your bed while it cleans your floor. It seems like it is the lazy people who are driving the development of smart homes, which is a very logical statement. And now, one of the most beloved tools for many people is the smart vacuum robot.
A robotic vacuum, also known as an automatic cleaning machine, intelligent vacuum, or robot vacuum, is a type of smart home appliance that can automatically clean the floor in a room through a certain level of artificial intelligence. It generally uses brush sweeping and vacuuming to first absorb floor debris into its own garbage bin, thereby completing the function of floor cleaning. Generally speaking, cleaning robots that complete cleaning, vacuuming, and mopping, are also collectively referred to as robotic vacuums.
The body of the cleaning machine is wireless and mainly circular. It operates using a rechargeable battery with a remote control or machine-operated panel. Generally, it can be set to schedule cleaning time and can recharge itself. It has a setting sensor in the front that can detect obstacles. If it hits a wall or other obstacle, it will turn automatically, and according to the different settings of each manufacturer, it will follow a different route to plan and clean the area. Due to its simple operational functions and convenience, it has slowly become popular and a common household appliance for modern families and office workers.
In the future, this type of robotic vacuums will become a standard feature of smart home systems, responsible for cleaning rooms. With the improvement of living standards and technology, the intelligent home robotic vacuums have entered many households. Today, we can learn about the working principles and structures of robotic vacuums so that we can make basic judgments when we encounter problems.
The robotic vacuums body is a movable device of automation technology equipped with a dust collection box vacuum cleaner. It coordinates the control path set by the device and repeats walking in the indoor area, such as edge cleaning, centralized cleaning, random cleaning, straight-line cleaning, etc., and is enhanced by a brush, central brush rotation, and cloth wiping, to achieve humanized home cleaning effect.
Automatic charging: Robotic vacuums can automatically return to the charging base for recharging after completing a circuit of automatic cleaning, making it more convenient for the next use.
When the robotic vacuum's battery is about to run out, the infrared emitter at the top emits a no-power signal. At this time, there are also two infrared joints on the charging base that can clearly sense the vacuum cleaner's signal and respond accordingly. The robotic vacuums will automatically return for charging.
Anti-fall: When the robotic vacuums are sweeping the desktop, it can automatically sense when it reaches the edge of the table and then backtrack or turn to continue walking.
In the bottom front section of the robotic vacuums, four pairs of infrared sensors are installed, each pair of sensors contains a transmitting head and a receiving head. The infrared emitted by the infrared emitter is received by the corresponding receiving head after it is transmitted by the ground. If the bottom of the robotic vacuums is more than 5mm above the ground, computer chips will control the robotic vacuums and make them back or turn.