Ecovacs deebot ozmo 610 instruction manual

Brand: Ecovacs
Product: Deeboot ozmo 610
Category: Robotic vacuum cleaner
Language: English

EN1. Important Safety Instructions ......................................................................22. Package Contents and Technical Specifications ......................................6 2.1 Package Contents ....................................................................................6 ...........................................................................................6 2.3 Product Diagram.......................................................................................73. Operating and Programming .......................................................................9 3.1 Notes Before Cleaning .............................................................................9 3.2 Quick Start ..............................................................................................10 3.3 Cleaning Pattern and Cleaning Mode Selection ....................................13 3.4 Programming the Robot .........................................................................15 3.5 Optional Mopping System ......................................................................15 3.6 Choosing a Suction Option .....................................................................17 3.7 Alarm Indicator Light and Sounds ..........................................................194. Maintenance ................................................................................................20 4.1 Dust Bin and Filters ................................................................................20 ....................................21 4.3 Main Brush, Direct Suction Option and Side Brushes ............................22 4.4 Other Components .................................................................................23 4.5 Regular Maintenance .............................................................................245. Troubleshooting .........................................................................................25Contents
EN2When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE.SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS1. 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.2. Clear the area to be cleaned. Remove power cords and small objects from the floor that could entangle the Appliance. Tuck rug fringe under the rug base, and lift items such as curtains and 3. If there is a drop off in the cleaning area due to a step or stairs, you should operate the Appliance to ensure that it can detect the step without falling over the edge. It may become necessary to place a physical barrier at the edge to keep the unit from falling. Make sure the physical barrier is not a trip hazard.4. Only use as described in this manual. Only use attachments recommended or sold by the manufacturer.5. Please make sure your power source voltage matches the power voltage marked on the Docking Station.6. For INDOOR household use ONLY. Do not use the Appliance in outdoor, commercial or industrial environments.7. Use only the original rechargeable battery and Docking Station provided with the Appliance from the manufacturer. Non-rechargeable batteries are prohibited. For battery information, 8. 1. Important Safety Instructions
EN39. Do not operate the Appliance in an area where there are lit candles or fragile objects.10. Do not use in extremely hot or cold environments (below 11. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from any openings and moving parts.12. Do not operate the Appliance in a room where an infant or child is sleeping.13. Do not use Appliance on wet surfaces or surfaces with standing water.14. Do not allow the Appliance to pick up large objects like stones, large pieces of paper or any item that may clog the Appliance.15. Do not use Appliance to pick up flammable or combustible materials such as gasoline, printer or copier toner, or use in areas where they may be present.16. Do not use Appliance to pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, hot ashes, or anything 17. Do not put objects into the suction intake. Do not use if the suction intake is blocked. Keep the intake clear of dust, lint, hair, 18. Take care not to damage the power cord. Do not pull on or carry the Appliance or Docking Station by the power cord, use the power cord as a handle, close a door on the power cord, or pull power cord around sharp edges or corners. Do not run Appliance over the power cord. Keep power cord away from hot surfaces.19. If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent in order to avoid a hazard.20. The power supply is not to be repaired and not to be used any longer if it is damaged or defective.21. Do not use with a damaged power cord or receptacle. Do not use the Appliance or Docking Station if it is not working properly, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or come in contact with water. It must be repaired by the manufacturer or its service agent in order to avoid a hazard.1. Important Safety Instructions
EN422. Turn OFF the power switch before cleaning or maintaining the Appliance.23. The plug must be removed from the receptacle before cleaning or maintaining the Docking Station.24. Remove the Appliance from the Docking Station, and turn OFF the power switch to the Appliance before removing the battery for disposal of the Appliance.25. The battery must be removed and discarded according to local laws and regulations before disposal of the Appliance.26. Please dispose of used batteries according to local laws and regulations.27. Do not incinerate the Appliance even if it is severely damaged. 28. When not using the Docking Station for a long period of time, please unplug it.29. The Appliance must be used in accordance with the directions in this Instruction Manual. ECOVACS ROBOTICS cannot be held liable or responsible for any damages or injuries caused by improper use.30. The robot contains batteries that are only replaceable by skilled persons. To replace or remove the battery, please contact Customer Service.31. If the robot will not be used for a long time, fully charge the robot and power OFF for storage and unplug the Docking Station.32. WARNING: For the purposes of recharging the battery, only use the detachable supply unit CH1630A provided with the appliance. 33. The Remote Control pre-installs two non-rechargeable AAA batteries. To replace the battery of the Remote Control, please turn over the Remote Control, press and remove its Battery Cover. Remove the batteries, and insert the new batteries with the correct polarity. Reassemble the Battery Cover.34. Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.1. Important Safety Instructions
EN535. Different types of batteries or new and used batteries are not to be mixed.36. Batteries of the Remote Control are to be inserted with the correct polarity. 37. Exhausted batteries are to be removed from the Appliance and safely disposed of.38. If the Remote Control is to be stored unused for a long period, the batteries should be removed. 39. The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.Correct Disposal of this ProductThis marking indicates that this product should not be disposed of with other household wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To recycle your used device, please use the return and collection systems or contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can safely recycle this product.For EU Countries1. Important Safety InstructionsClass IIShort-circuit-proof safety isolating transformerSwitch mode power supplyFor indoor use only
EN62. Package Contents and Technical Specifications2.1 Package ContentsRobot(4) Side Brushes(2) Washable/Reusable Main Brush Option (Pre-installed)Cleaning Cloth PlateDocking StationRemote Control with BatteriesInstruction ManualModelDD4G, DD4G.**(*=0-9)Working Voltage12V DCRated Power 40WDocking Station ModelCH1630ARated Input Voltage 100-240V ACRated output voltage20V DCRated Output Current 0.8ARated power25W Remote Control ModelRC1633Input Voltage3V DCRemote Control Battery TypeAAANominal Voltage1.5V DCBatteryDM88-BYD 3000mAhFrequency bands2412-2472MHzMaximum RF power transmittedin the frequency bandMax PA output power at 72.2 Mbps: 17.5 dBmMax PA output power in 11b mode: 21.5 dBm2.2 Specifications*Output power of the WIFI module is less than 100mW.Direct Suction OptionSponge Filter and Reservoir
EN72.3 Product DiagramRobot1. Cover 2. AUTO Mode Button3. Bumper with Anti-Collision Sensors 4. Reservoir Release Button5. Anti-Drop Sensors6. Charging Contacts7. Side Brushes 8. Main Brush Option9. Driving Wheels 10. Universal Wheel11. Battery Pack 12. Water Outlets13. Reservoir14. RESET Button15. Power Switch 16. Dust Bin17. Multi-Function Cleaning Tool18. Roller Wheel2. Package Contents and Technical SpecificationsDust Bin1. Dust Bin Handle2. Dust Bin Lock3. Filter Net4. Sponge Filter1. Status Indicator Light2. Wi-Fi Indicator Light3. AUTO Mode ButtonControl Panel12345678910111318121234512314161517
EN82. Package Contents and Technical SpecificationsAdvanced Mopping System1. Water Inlet2. Reservoir3. Cleaning Cloth PlateCleaning Cloth5. Magnet43521Docking StationRemote Control1. Infrared Signal Generator2. Docking Station Pins1. START/PAUSE Button2. Direction Control Buttons3. Return to Charger Mode Button4. Edge Cleaning Mode Button5. Spot Cleaning Mode Button1234512
EN93.1 Notes Before CleaningBefore operating DEEBOT, take a few moments to survey the area to be cleaned and remove any obstacles.Please take care of DEEBOT and assist it at the cleaning area to put furniture like chairs in their proper place.Before using the product near an area rug or on a short-pile area rug with tasseled edges, please fold area rug edges under themselves.3. Operating and Programming
EN103. Operating and ProgrammingPlease be aware that the robot needs at least an 8 cm (3.1") clearance to clean under furniture without complications.If there is a step or stairs in the cleaning area, please operate DEEBOT to ensure its Anti-Drop Sensors can detect the drop off. It may be necessary to place a physical barrier at the edge of the drop off to keep the unit from falling over the edge.Please do not stand in narrow spaces, such as hallways, or DEEBOT may fail to identify the area to be cleaned.3.2 Quick Start*Remove the protective strip from the robot’s Bumper before use.
EN113. Operating and Programming* When DEEBOT is not cleaning, it is suggested to keep it powered ON and charging instead of powered OFF.Install Side BrushesAttach Side Brushes to the bottom of DEEBOT by pressing a brush into each slot with the matching color until it clicks.2Power ONOpen the robot’s Top Cover. Turn the robot's Power Switch to the ON position. DEEBOT is powered ON when DEEBOT emits a musical sound and the AUTO Mode Button stays illuminated. 3Docking Station PlacementPlace the Docking Station on a level floor surface against the wall with the base perpendicular to the ground. Keep the immediate area 1.5m (5') in front of the charger and 0.5m (1.6') on both sides of the charger clear of objects and Plug the Docking Station in.1
EN12Pause DEEBOT by pressing the AUTO Mode Button on DEEBOT or on the Remote Control. * DEEBOT can be directed to move forward, backward, left and right using the Direction Control Buttons on the Remote Control when it is Paused.* The AUTO Mode Button on the robot’s Control Panel stops glowing after the robot is paused for more than 10 minutes. Press AUTO Mode Button on the robot or press any button on the Remote Control to wake up the robot.6Pause5StartPress the AUTO Mode Button on DEEBOT or on the Remote Control. DEEBOT starts to work immediately in AUTO Cleaning Mode. 3. Operating and Programming* Make sure to turn the robot’s Power Switch to the ON position before charging.* AUTO Mode Button blinks when DEEBOT is charging. AUTO Mode Button stops glowing when DEEBOT is fully charged.* When DEEBOT completes the cleaning cycle or when battery power gets low, DEEBOT automatically returns to the Docking Station to recharge itself. DEEBOT can also be sent back to the Docking Station at any time by pressing the Return to Charger Button on the Remote Control.* Empty any remaining water from the Reservoir and remove the Cleaning Cloth Plate before charging DEEBOT.Place DEEBOT on the Docking Station making sure the Charging Contacts on DEEBOT and the Docking Station Pins make a connection.Charge DEEBOT for at least 4 hours before 4Charge DEEBOT
EN133. Operating and ProgrammingPause DEEBOT. Open the robot’s Top Cover. Move the Power Switch to the OFF position.Random Cleaning Pattern should be set when cleaning carpet. In Random Pattern, DEEBOT cleans in a straight line and changes directions when it meets an obstacle.Programmed Cleaning Pattern is the robot's default In Programmed Cleaning Pattern the robot plans straight-line pattern, returns to clean missed spots, then cleans room edges before completing the cleaning cycle.* When DEEBOT is not cleaning, it is suggested to keep it powered ON and charging.* For models with app-connectivity, various functions can be performed using the ECOVACS App.7Power OFF3.3 Cleaning Pattern and Cleaning Mode SelectionDEEBOT has 2 Cleaning Patterns and several cleaning modes to choose from to effectively clean different floors. Cleaning Patterns and Cleaning modes are selected using the Remote Control or ECOVACS App.Set Cleaning PatternRandom Cleaning PatternProgrammed Cleaning Pattern (Default Pattern)
EN143. Operating and ProgrammingDouble-click the AUTO Button on the robot. Cleaning Pattern is switched when DEEBOT emits two beeps. Cleaning Patterns can also be set using the ECOVACS App.DEEBOT uses the set Cleaning Pattern when cleaning in AUTO Cleaning Mode. Select Cleaning ModeWhen Programmed Cleaning Pattern is Set:* DEEBOT automatically conducts route planning when cleaning. If the robot is paused, moved route and restart. Therefore, avoid using the Remote Control or moving DEEBOT manually * DEEBOT may pause temporarily to recalculate its cleaning path. This is normal. Please be patient, the frequency and duration of the pause is determined by room complexity.Pattern should be set.AUTO Cleaning ModeThis is the most commonly used mode and is good for every day cleaning.1* AUTO Cleaning Mode cleans using the Cleaning Pattern set in the previous step. Random Cleaning Pattern is best for carpet. Programmed Cleaning Pattern is best for bare * When the cleaning cycle is complete, DEEBOT returns to the Docking Station.* Use the App to increase the suction power of the robot when in AUTO Cleaning Mode. Press in the App fro MAX suction power. Press to switch back to standard suction power. Enabling MAX suction power will consume more battery power.
EN153. Operating and ProgrammingEdge Cleaning ModeThis mode is good for cleaning the edges and corners of a room. In Edge Cleaning Mode, DEEBOT cleans along a border (e.g. wall).3ECOVACS App.3.4 Programming the Robot Spot Cleaning Mode(1-5 minutes)This mode is applicable for an area of highly concentrated dirt or dust. In Spot Cleaning Mode, 2* Empty the Reservoir and remove the Cleaning Cloth Plate before cleaning on carpet.* When using the mopping system, fold area rug edges under themselves so DEEBOT will avoid the rug.* * Empty any remaining water from the Reservoir and remove the Cleaning Cloth Plate before charging DEEBOT.* Always keep the Reservoir installed when the robot is cleaning or charging.3.5 Optional Mopping SystemDEEBOT has an optional Mopping System using a Washable/Reusable Microfiber Cleaning Cloth and Cleaning Cloth Plate attached to a proprietary Reservoir. The washable/reusable Cleaning Cloth automatically damp mops the floor to a spotless clean.
EN16Add Water into the Reservoir.13. Operating and ProgrammingAttach Cleaning Cloth; Install the Cleaning Cloth Plate and the Reservoir.2StartSelect the desired Cleaning Mode. DEEBOT sweeps, lifts, vacuums and mops in the selected mode.3
EN173. Operating and ProgrammingThe robot has 2 interchangeable suction options for your convenience.Main Brush Option: The best choice for deep cleaning with a combination of the Main Brush and strong suction. The Main Brush Option comes pre-installed in DEEBOT.Direct Suction Option: The best choice for daily cleaning with the Main Brush removed for designed to pick up hair without tangling.3.6 Choosing a Suction OptionInstall the Direct Suction OptionTurn the robot over. Push both buttons on the Main Brush Option and remove the Main Brush Cover. Remove the Main Brush.Line up the Direct Suction Option tabs with the slots on the bottom of the robot. Press until the component clicks into place.
EN183. Operating and ProgrammingInstall the Main Brush OptionTurn the robot over. Push both buttons on the Direct Suction Option and remove Direct Suction Option.Insert the Main Brush into the bottom of the robot.Line up the Main Brush Cover tabs with the slots on the bottom of the robot. Press until the component clicks into place.
EN193. Operating and Programming3.7 Alarm Indicator and SoundsAlarm SoundIndicator LightProblemsSolution/Status Indicator and goes out once DEEBOT is powered ON.DEEBOT has low battery.Power ON the robot. Manually place the robot on the Docking Station and charge.One BeepStatus Indicator Driving Wheel MalfunctionCheck Driving Wheels for tangled hair or debris and clean.Two BeepsStatus Indicator Main Brush Malfunction Check Main Brush for tangled hair or debris and clean.Three Beeps Status Indicator Driving Wheel MalfunctionTurn over the robot. Press Driving Wheels to check for a clicking sound. If they do not click, please contact Customer Service.DEEBOT gets into trouble while working and stops.Manually remove the obstacles and restart DEEBOT.Four Beeps Status Indicator Dust Bin MalfunctionRemove the Dust Bin and re-install it properly. If the robot still emits the alarm, please contact Customer Service.Five BeepsStatus Indicator Low BatteryManually place the robot on the Docking Station to charge.Six BeepsStatus Indicator Side Brush Malfunction Check Side Brush for tangled hair or debris and clean.Seven Beeps Status Indicator Anti-Drop Sensor MalfunctionCheck Anti-Drop Sensors for dust and clean.Eight Beeps Status Indicator DEEBOT is powered OFF while charging.Power ON the robot.If DEEBOT detects a problem and needs your assistance, it emits alarm beeps or the Status Indicator Light illuminates.
EN20Press the Release Button and pull to remove the Reservoir. Remove the Cleaning Cloth Plate and the Cleaning Cloth.4.1 Mopping SystemEmpty any remaining water from the Reservoir.Before performing cleaning and maintenance, power OFF DEEBOT and unplug the Docking Station.After DEEBOT finishes mopping, remove the Reservoir from DEEBOT, and maintain the Reservoir, the Cleaning Cloth and the Cleaning Cloth Plate immediately.4. Maintenance
EN214. MaintenanceOpen the robot’s Top Cover and remove the Dust Bin. Open the Dust Bin Cover and empty the Dust Bin.4.2 Dust Bin and Filters
EN22Rinse the Sponge Filter, Dust Bin and Filter Net under running water.reinstalling.Main BrushTurn the robot over. Push both buttons on the Main Brush Option and remove the Main Brush cover. Remove the Main Brush. Use the Multi-Function Cleaning Tool to cut off and remove any hair tangled around the Main Brush. Clean any tangled hair or debris from the Main Brush.4.3 Main Brush, Direct Suction Option and Side Brushes* A Multi-Function Cleaning Tool is provided for easy maintenance. Handle with care, this cleaning tool has sharp edges.4. MaintenanceDirect Suction OptionWipe the Direct Suction Option clean with a dry cloth.
EN234.4 Other ComponentsUse the Multi-Function Cleaning Tool to cut off and remove any hair tangled around the Universal Wheel.Wipe the Bumper with the brush of the Multi-Function Cleaning Tool.Wipe the Anti-Drop Sensors with the brush of the Multi-Function Cleaning Tool to maintain their effectiveness.4. MaintenanceCleaning the Side BrushesRemove the Side Brushes. Remove any hair or debris tangled around the Side Brushes with the provided Multi-Function Cleaning Tool, and wipe their slots with a clean cloth.
EN244. MaintenanceWipe the robot’s Charging Contacts and Docking Stations Pins with a dry cloth to maintain their effectiveness.4.5 Regular MaintenanceNote: ECOVACS manufactures various replacement parts and assemblies. Please contact Customer Service for more information on replacement parts.To keep DEEBOT running at peak performance, perform the maintenance and replacement according to the following frequency. A multi-Function Cleaning Tool is provided for easy maintenance. Handle with care, this cleaning tool has sharp edges.Robot PartMaintenance FrequencyReplacement FrequencyCleaning ClothAfter each useEvery 50 washingsDust Bin/Reservoir/Cleaning Cloth PlateAfter each use/Side brushOnce every 2 weeksEvery 3-6 monthsMain BrushOnce per weekEvery 6-12 monthsSponge Filter/ High Once per week (twice per Every 4-6 monthsUniversal WheelAnti-Drop Sensors BumperCharging ContactsDocking Station PinsOnce per week/
EN25Please use this chart to troubleshoot common problems using DEEBOT.No.MalfunctionPossible CausesSolutions1DEEBOT will not charge.DEEBOT is not powered ON.Move the robot’s Power Switch to the ON position.DEEBOT has not made a connection with the Docking Station.Be sure that the robot’s Charging Contacts have made a connection with the Docking Station Pins. You may move the robot manually to make the connection if necessary.Docking Station is unplugged while DEEBOT is powered ON, which causes battery consumption.Plug in the Docking Station and ensure DEEBOT is powered ON. Keep DEEBOT on the Docking Station to make sure it has full battery to work at any time.The battery is completely discharged.Re-activate the battery. Place DEEBOT on the Docking Station by hand, remove after charging for 3 minutes, repeat 3 times; then charge normally.2DEEBOT cannot return to the Docking Station.The Docking Station is not placed properly.Refer to section 3.2 to place the Docking Station properly.3DEEBOT gets into trouble while working and stops.DEEBOT is tangled with (electrical cords, drooping curtains, area rug fringe etc.).DEEBOT will try various ways to get itself out of trouble. If it is unsuccessful, check the Side Brushes and remove anything tangled around the Side Brushes, or manually remove the obstacles and restart. 4DEEBOT returns to the Docking Station cleaning.When battery power gets low, DEEBOT automatically switches to Return to Charger Mode and returns to the Docking Station to recharge itself.This is normal. No solution necessary.Working time varies room complexity and the selected Cleaning Mode.This is normal. No solution necessary.5. Troubleshooting
EN26No.MalfunctionPossible CausesSolutions5DEEBOT will not clean automatically at scheduled time.Intelligent Scheduling or Time Scheduling function is cancelled.Please refer to section 3.4 for details.DEEBOT is powered OFF.Power ON DEEBOT.The robot’s battery is low.Keep DEEBOT powered ON and on the Docking Station to make sure it has full battery to work at any time.The robot’s Suction Intake is blocked and/or its components are tangled with debris.Turn the robot’s power OFF, clean the Dust Bin and invert the robot. Clean the robot’s Suction Intake and Side Brushes.6DEEBOT misses cleaning area. The cleaning area needs tidying up.Please remove small objects from the before DEEBOT starts cleaning.7Remote Control failure (effective control range of Remote Control is 5m (16').The batteries in the Remote Control need to be replaced.Replace with new batteries making sure they are installed correctly.DEEBOT is powered OFF or the robot’s battery is low.Make sure DEEBOT is powered ON and fully charged.The infrared signal cannot be transmitted because the Infrared Emitter on Remote Control or the Infrared Receiver on DEEBOT is dirty.Use clean dry cloth to wipe the Infrared Emitter on Remote Control and the Infrared Receiver on DEEBOT.There is other equipment interfering with the infrared signal to DEEBOT.Avoid using the Remote Control near other equipment using infrared signals.8The water is not coming out of the Reservoir when DEEBOT is mopping.The Magnet on the Cleaning Cloth Plate comes off.Please contact Customer Service.The Reservoir runs out of water.Add water into the Reservoir.The water outlets on the bottom of DEEBOT are clogged.Check the water outlets on the bottom and clean.5. Troubleshooting