Following washing machine and dishwasher, robot vacuum is another major tech product that free us from daily chores. But the cleaning performance of a robot vacuum always seems to decline after a while.
Self-empty Robot Vacuum to Solve Suction Loss
Self-empty robot vacuum was born to address the suction loss of regular robot vacuum. What is self-empty robot vacuum? And how does it solve suction loss?
Take Lydsto R1, one of the best seller self-empty robovac models, for example, the 2,700pa strong suction robot comes with a dust collecting charging station. After each vacuum session, the robot is lead back to the station by high-precision sensors. The station, boasting a suction power five times of regular stick vacuum, then empties the robot through a Lydsto exclusive design side air duct and restores its strong suction.
This design is based on the fact that cleaning performance of robot vacuum is determined, to a large extent, by the suction power. And the actual suction power is determined by two factors: the standard suction power of the motor and suction loss due to resistance in the air duct. Researches on resistance in the air duct come to the conclusion that waste stacking in the dust bin is the first to blame. Researchers have confirmed that part of the suction power is lost as the dust bin fills up. The conclusion is obvious: maintaining the suction power of the robot vacuum requires emptying the dust bin in time.
Regular robot vacuum models have to be cleaned by hand. The convenience of it is offset, or even exceeded, by the time and energy spent on maintaining it. But self-empty robot vacuum emerged to solve the awkward situation with automatic dust collection.
Lydsto R1 Self-empty Robot Vacuum, Born Unconventional
Lydsto R1 dust collecting station has an arsenal of 29 high-precision sensors, including ST LPS22HBTR, KODENSHI ORA2S01, etc. ST LPS22HBTR piezoresistive sensor can detect to a long distance without being interfered, and KODENSHI ORA2S01 IR sensor can guarantee pinpoint docking of the robot.
The dust collecting station is also equipped with a 1,000W quality motor that runs at 50,000m/min to provide 30,000pa suction power (five times of stick vacuum).
The dust collection duct of most self-empty robovac models is located at the bottom, which is likely to store waste and decrease dust collecting efficiency. Lydsto R1 has its dust collecting duct designed to be a 430mm side duct directly connected to the station. The dust bin can be emptied within 12 seconds at 98% efficiency. The dust is collected in a 3L large enclosed bag which you only need to replace every month.
Additionally, armed with Lydsto patented noise reduction technology, sound absorbing material and double-partition proof, Lydsto R1 reduces the sound of dust collecting to the minimum.
Lydsto R1, now offering constant surging suction backed up with revolutionary technologies.
Package of Functions Frees You from Floor and Carpet Cleaning
The suction loss out of filled dust bin of regular robot vacuum makes APP control and scheduling pointless. With Lydsto R1, the robot is emptied after every vacuum run to keep at max suction power. Free of suction loss, the app control and scheduling functions are no longer redundancies.
Lydsto R1 is packed with LDS laser navigation, obstacle avoidance, recharge and resume, app control, and scheduled cleaning. They can guarantee cleaning performance, free you from the troubling chore, and even ‘housesit’ when you’re away for a long time.
Lydsto R1, designed to solve the problems that regular robot vacuum fails to, relives us from physical efforts on floor and carpet cleaning altogether, The day that vacuuming is no longer a household chore is now within our reach.