Like all technologies, robotic vacuum cleaners have evolved and continue to develop rapidly. The first robot vacuum cleaners to come out in the 1990s were too stupid and too expensive to be of any use to us. Since then, things have made great progress, and robot vacuum cleaners became a reality for ordinary consumers in 2002. Even though these machines are not as flexible and efficient as we see today, they have succeeded, and we have grown to rely on them.
The function of the robot vacuum cleaner is the same as any other function. It has a motor that generates suction to collect dirt and deposit it in the dust cup. The obvious difference with a robotic vacuum cleaner is that it is autonomous, which means it can operate on its own without human intervention. To work autonomously, the robot vacuum cleaner needs some form of intelligence-it needs to make simple decisions. To do this, it needs to collect information to make these decisions.
How does the robot vacuum work?
Most robot vacuums consist of one or two spinning brushes and a rolling brush or two. These work in conjunction to bring large and small debris inwards to the center, where the vacuum mechanism sucks it up into the waste bin of the device.
Dirt, fur, food, hair, and everything else the vacuum collects gets stored in a removable section. Once this is filled, the owner will typically have to remove the tray and dump everything into the trash.
The best autonomous robot vacuums also include various types of sensors. Downward-facing sensors are the most common and help the device from driving over a ledge such as stairs. More expensive models have sensors on top that can map rooms as they clean.
Basic robot vacuums can be programmed to run on a schedule using controls on the device itself. Higher-end models can be managed by basic controllers as well as smartphone apps or even a smart speaker.
No matter which device you end up owning, you can be sure that it will pick up debris from all over your residence. As these vacuums can be programmed to run when you are not home, you can come back to a clean house every day of the week.
How Kinmore Makes Improvement
The DC motor provided by Kinmore is suitable for sweeping robots and provides strong working power support. Different types of motors are used inside brushes, fans, roller brushes, and wheels to achieve a variety of cleaning functions for sweeping robots, including cleaning, vacuuming, mopping, and wiping.
DC Motor Features:
- The electrical performance of motors such as voltage, speed, etc. can be customized after evaluation
- Long service life (Working hours up to 1500-2000 hours)
- F grade enameled wire
- Lead wire can withstand 200 ° C
With over 20-year experience in motor drive solutions, we can quickly customize motor programs to meet customer requirements and provide customized services such as drawings, material selection, and proofing according to customer needs. For more information on the sweeping robot motor solution, please contact our sales engineer.