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It is possible with paths that are on the same level as the lawn to allow the Solar Mower to drive a little way onto the path and thereby not leaving an uncut area. Lay the boundary wire 10 cm from the edge of the path.
Delimiting areas within the mowing area
Itâs possible, if required, to delimit sections within the mowing area, for example flowerbeds, fountains, etc. Route the boundary wire out to the section, around the section and then back along the same route as the boundary wire was taken out. It is extremely important that the boundary wire is routed in the right direction around the section. The right direction means that the boundary wire must never cross itself. The same instructions also apply when the boundary wire is routed on to a section that is outside of the first delimited section. The wires should be laid right next to each other. If the wires are stapled down they should both be secured under the same staples. minimise
10 cm Long narrow passages should be at least 2 m wide, i.e. 140 cm between the wires, to give the Solar Mower enough space to make its way through.
If the Solar Mowerâs working area runs alongside water, a drive or a path, for example, the boundary wire must be supplemented by a line of posts, raised edging or a fence with a height of at least 15 cm. This is an additional safety measure to prevent the Solar Mower escaping from its working area if the boundary wire is installed incorrectly. Trees, bushes and the like that can withstand the chassis driving against them do not need to be delimited by the boundary wire. The Solar Mower will reverse anyway when it hits an obstacle. However, these obstacles must be higher than the front edge of the chassis, that is, approx. 10 cm. Likewise, gently sloping obstacles, such as stones or large trees with raised roots, should be limited or removed. Otherwise the Solar Mower can glide up onto such obstacles and the blades can be damaged.
The Solar Mower can mow areas with an incline of up to around 15Â° (27 cm difference in height per metre). Steeper areas must be delimited by the boundary wire. If the optional weights are fitted (article number 535 09 11-01, the mower can tackle inclines slightly steeper than 15Â°. You should however avoid laying the boundary wire on a downslope. When the grass is wet the mower may slip if the slope is too steep, and it might have problems reversing when it reaches the wire. Lay the boundary wire and fasten it to the ground with staples so that there is no risk that the blades will cut through the wire. Allow the Solar Mower to work for one week, then decide whether you need to adjust the route of the wire. After a few weeks the lawn will have woven itself over the wire so that you cannot see it. The boundary wire can also be buried at a depth of 2-5 cm (maximum 20 cm). Metallic objects can disrupt the boundary signal. Consequently the boundary wire should not be routed close to iron fences, metal manhole covers, electrical or telecom cables. In these cases itâs sufficient for the wire to be routed 30 cm from this type of obstacle. However, in some cases, e.g. by electric fences, the distance may need to be greater. If the Solar Mower regularly stops at a certain point on the lawn and signals that it cannot detect the boundary wire (LED 6 remains lit) this is probably due to such a disruption. If the wire needs to be joined this must be carried out so that the connection is waterproof. The best contact is obtained if the joint is soldered and then insulated by a shrink-tube. You can also use Husqvarnaâs connector, article number 535 04 43-01, which does not require soldering.
Connecting the generator
The generator should be placed at least 40 cm outside of the mowing area, otherwise the Solar Mower will collide with the generator. The boundary wire running to the generator should either be secured using staples or buried, otherwise the Solar Mower might cut through the wire. The distance between the wires leading to the generator should be kept to a minimum. If they are stapled down they should both be secured under the same staples. Strip the boundary wire at both ends and connect to the generator. You can test whether the boundary wire makes a circuit and that the generator works by using the test switch under the generator. When the switch is switched on a signal will be heard. When the signal is heard the circuit has been made and the signal has sufficient strength. It is important that the right wire end is connected to the correct terminal. When the wire has been connected place the Solar Mower in the mowing area, switch on the power switch and enter your code, see chapter âStart and stopâ. Fold down the rear solar panel, the Solar Mower should then signal with 5 beeps. If it then signals with three beeps per second and the LEDs indicate that the Solar Mower is outside the working area (LED 4 flashing), swap the wire connections to the generator and repeat the test.
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