YUJIN ROBOT ICLEBO STAR WARS YCR-M08-10 (01) PDF MANUAL


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PDF Content Summary: Model name iClebo Star Wars (YCR-M08-10) Input power 100~240 V Standby power Less than 1 W Main body power consumption 12 W Battery Lithium lon Battery Diameter 35 cm Height 8.9 cm Weight 2.8 kg Speed 300 mm/s (Max) Filter HEPA filter Sensor Camera, PSD, IR, Gyro, encoder, bumper Charging timeAbout 110 minutes (when used on the standard floor ) After-sales Service & Customer Service Inquiries YCR-M08-10 User Guide Robot Vacuum Cleaner iClebo STAR WARS Customer Service Center Tel: 1566-3292 ■Make sure to read "safety precautions" before use and then use strictly in accordance with instructions. ■Included in this User Guide is the device Warranty. About 100 minutes 58 dB[A] iAMN_EN.SW.V1 Usage time Noise level Inquiries Consult by telephone received by mobile 1566-3292 24 hours a day Mon~Fri AM09:00~12:50 / PM01:50~06:00 m.iclebo.com Head office #1214 Namseong Plaza, 130 Digital-ro, Geumcheon-gu, Seoul, South Korea Factory #401-1001 Bucheon Techno Park, 655 Pyeongcheon-ro, Wonmi-gu, Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea www.iclebo.com www.yujinrobot.com www.iclebo.com Safety precautions Components and their details Notes Installation of the Robot Cleaner Use of the Robot Cleaner Maintenance Storage Purchase of accessories User self-check list before requesting after-sales service Display of inspection messages 2Before use After Use 67Tips for effective cleaning 9Operating principles of the Robot Cleaner Before use 10 • Installation of the side brushes • Installation of the charging station • Mounting of the wet ultrafine fibrous mop • Charging Use of the application (app) • Installation • Use Use of the Robot Cleaner • Turning on / off power initially • Starting and stopping cleaning • Selection of operational modes • Cleaning mode • Movement / mannual cleaning / charging • Scheduled cleaning • Emptying the dust box / maintaining the HEPA filter • Maintaining the side brushes • Maintaining the sensor • Maintaining the main brush • Maintaining the front wheel Purchase of accessories Consumable replacement cycles to maintain an optimal cleaning performance level 11 Application of the entry prevention tape 12121517171819 1 These precautions are intended to keep the user safe and to prevent damage to properties. Read carefully all contents below, and make sure to use safely. Ignorance or violation of these safety precautions / instructions could cause a significant injury or Warning death in the worst case. Ignorance or violation of these safety precautions / instructions could cause a minor injury or Caution damage to the Robot Cleaner. Before use Warnings Do NOT let an inflammable substance, surfactant or liquid drink sprayed or sucked over or around the Robot Cleaner. - Otherwise, fire or malfunction could be caused. 2 Do NOT disassemble or modify the Robot Cleaner unless you are a qualified repairer. - Otherwise, fire or an electric shock could be caused. Do NOT place the charing station and Robot Cleaner near any heat source. - Otherwise, the appearance could be deformed or fire or malfunc- tion could be caused by collision. Do NOT forcibly use the power plug if damaged, bent or loose. - Otherwise, fire or an electric shock could be caused. Wipe moisture, if any, off the power plug and keep it clean. - Otherwise, a disorderly operation or electric shock could be caused. In case the Robot Cleaner gets soaked in water, make sure to consult the Service Center (Tel: 1566-3292) even after it gets completely dried. - Otherwise, a disorderly operation or malfuction could be caused. Do NOT touch the power Make sure to keep a table plug with wet hands. or cables away in order to - Otherwise, an electric avoid entanglement. shock could be caused. - Otherwise, fire or an electric shock could be caused. Make sure to keep any inflammable, fragile or fibrous substance away before using the Robot Cleaner. - Otherwise, fire or a disorderly operation could be caused. Make sure to use the power plug solely in a socket with a capacity larger than 5A. - Otherwise, fire could be caused by a heated multi-plugged socket. Make sure to hold tight the power plug body when pulling it off and NOT to allow any finger to touch plug pins. - Otherwise, fire or an electric shock could be caused. Refrain from using the Robot Cleaner with a child or pet alone around. - A child or pet could be curious about the Robot Cleaner. Take extra care of the Robot Cleaner when used in a room where a human being or pet sleeps. - Otherwise, injury or damage to the device could be caused. Do NOT insert any human body part like a finger or toe under the rotating brush or wheel. - Otherwise, injury or damage to the device could be caused Do NOT use the battery and the charging station for anything other than the Robot Cleaner. - Fire or malfunction could be caused. Do NOT push in and pull out the power plug repeti- tively. - Otherwise, fire or an electric shock could be caused. Make sure to connect the adapter to the charging socket in case of charging directly with the adaptor. - Otherwise, fire or an electric shock could be caused. Do NOT let a child sit on the Robot Cleaner when used. Do NOT let another object tied to the Robot Cleaner when used. - Otherwise, fire or an electric shock could be caused. A human body part can get injured if trapped into a rotating part like the wheel. - If you follow and distract the movement of the Robot Cleaner, it could be recog- nized as an obstacle, thus leaving the area uncleaned. Do NOT let a child play with the Robot Cleaner. - Otherwise, injury or damage to the device could be caused. 3 Refrain Entry prevent- ion tape Take Precautions as required when cleaning an from using the Robot Cleaner in an area area or staircase with the with the height of more than height of less than 5 cm, 5 cm, thus having the risk thus having the risk of an of an inadvertent fall (e.g. inadvertent fall. veranda, front door, - Make sure to apply the restroom, etc). entry prevention tape as - Make sure to apply the indicated before use. entry prevention tape as indicated before use. Do NOT use the Robot Cleaner on the floor with a slope of over 10 degrees. - Otherwise, the device might not perform as effectively as it should. Manually re-locate the Robot Cleaner in case it gets stuck or trapped at the threshold of a door or veranda, etc. Stop using the Robot Cleaner if the brush is found to have damaged your carpet. - Either long or thin carpet threads could be damaged. 4 5cm 5cm In case you experience an unidentifiable or unfamiliar noise, smell or smoke, stop using the Robot Cleaner immediately and then call the Customer service Center (Tel: 1566-3292). - Fire or an electric shock could be caused. Cautions 10 5cm -10°c Refrain from using the Robot Cleaner in a no-entry area. - When unavoidable, make sure to apply the entry prevention tape first and then use. Do NOT let strong external shock applied to the Robot Cleaner. Do NOT drop it either. - Otherwise, injury or damage to the device could be caused. In case the Robot Cleaner was left unattended at a low temperature (below -10 °C) for a long time, let it stay at a room temperature / charged for over 2 hours first and then use. - Otherwise, malfunction could be caused. Do NOT leave the Robot Cleaner with power on unattended on the desk or chair. - Otherwise, injury or damage to the device could be caused. A scratches or damage could be caused depending on the property or quality of a specific wood floor. - Refrain from using the Robot Cleaner. Do NOT let any metallic object in contact with the main body or charging port. - Otherwise, a disorderly operation or malfunction could be caused. Remove any large trash or vinyl bag immediately if sucked by the Robot Cleaner. - Use of the Robot Cleaner with the inlet blocked for a long time could lead to fatal damage to the device. Mop or clean fluid, oil or animal excretion away from the floor before use. - Otherwise, a disorderly operation or malfunction could be caused. Before use, make sure that all key components - filter, brush, dust box, etc. - are correctly assembled . - Otherwise, cleaning might not be completed properly or malfunction could be caused. The Robot Cleaner could collide, when in operation, with long and thin furniture items like chair legs. - Make sure to put such potential obstacles aside... e.g on the table so that cleaning can be processed fast and effectively. Empty the dust box before using the Robot Cleaner. - If the dust box is full, suction power could be lost. Do NOT let chopsticks or pins inserted into the sensor holes of the Robot Cleaner. - Otherwise, a disorderly operation or malfunction could be caused. Do NOT let liquid, blades, thumbtacks or ember sucked into the Robot Cleaner. - Otherwise, a disorderly operation, malfunction or fire could be caused. Do NOT use in an outdoor environment. - Otherwise, malfunction could be caused. Do NOT press the bumper hard or apply strength forcibly to it. - Otherwise, a disorderly operation could be caused. 5 After use 6 Warnings Unwanted or foreign Make sure to turn off the substances placed on the power switch located on the sensor area could cause a side of the device when you disorderly operation. use the - Make sure to clean the cleaning brush to remove sensor area periodically. foreign substances from the main brush and side brushes. - Otherwise, the Robot Cleaner could suddenly start operation and cause injury or fatal damage to the device. Make sure to pull out the power plug first for your safety when you need to conduct a maintenance work on the the charging station. Do NOT throw away any used battery into a live flame in order to avoid the risk of explosion. Contact the manufacturer or Customer Service Center (Tel: 1566-3292) for help in case the Robot Cleaner or its component gets dam- aged. - Otherwise, fire or an electric shock could be caused. When you maintain the Robot Cleaner, do NOT spray water directly on its surface or clean it with any inflammable liquid such as benzene, thinner or alcohol. Cautions Components Component Details HEPA filter (2 ea) Cleaning brush Robot Cleaner Charging station (※ Located inside the charging station.) Entry prevention tape ※Separately purchasable Remote Controller www.iclebo.com/shop YCR-M08-10 User Guide Robot Vacuum Cleaner iClebo STAR WARS Side brush (L) wet ultrafine Mop plate fibrous mop (2 ea) MODE CLOCK TIMER MAX Customer Service Center Tel: 1566-3292 ■Make ■Included sure in to this read User "safety Guide precautions" is the device before Warranty. use and then use strictly in accordance with instructions. www.iclebo.com User guide Side brush (R) .BLF TVSF UIBU UIF BEBQUFS QMVH JT BTTFNCMFE QSPQFSMZ UP BWPJE UIF SJTL "EBQUFS PG GJSF ● Upper part of the Robot Cleaner ● Lower part of the Robot Cleaner Start / stop button Mode button Power button Dust box Camera Front wheel fixing cover Front wheel Mop plate Side brush Lithium-ion battery Main brush cover Front stationwheel Main brush Obstacle sensor Charging port Side fixing brush pin Bumper Wheel Power switch Main brush fixing clip charging Mannual jack 7 8 ● ● Charging station Dust Box Dust box Blades ● Display window Dust filter Anti-microbial filter / Electrostatic filter Filter case Charging status indicator Anti-slip Infrared generator pads Charging ports Battery level Scheduling status Time / duration cleaning mode Nav Threshold mode Random mode Wet mode mop Power Mode selection Start / stop buttonNotes Tips for effective cleaning Respect the following instructions to enhance cleaning efficiency: -Empty the dust box after using the Robot Cleaner. -An area intended not to be cleaned should be clearly marked or bordered by applying the entry prevention tape or by having the door(s) closed. -Keep aside any movable obstacles like toys, magazines or shoes before using the Robot Cleaner. -Do NOT manually lift or re-locate the Robot Cleaner when in operation. (Otherwise, a memorized cleaning course or uncleaned area could be caused.) Operating principles of the Robot Cleaner Operating principles of the Robot Cleaner The device uses a camera and various sensors to detect and recognize the ceiling and obstacles, information on which is then used to create a virtual map located inside the CPU installed at the main body as it cleans. It decides on either cleaned areas or to-be-cleaned areas by itself as it generates the most effective map when in operation(except under the random mode or max mode of operation). 15 built-in detection sensors allow the Robot Cleaner to minimize butts to the wall or other objects such as chairs and flowerpots. The Robot Cleaner can be operational on the floor with a threshold of as high as 18 mm, and it detects the staircase using the floor sensor to prevent itself from falling down. Suction of the Robot Cleaner The Robot Cleaner is equipped with one main brush, two side brushes and one vacuum suction inlet. Dust on the floor is collected by the rotating side brushes and then swept by the rotating main brush into the dust box. Before use Installation of the side brushes 1. Turn upside down the Robot Cleaner, and check the locations of the left and right side brushes. 2. Place the L-side brush over the axis of a pole near the L mark and then push forcibly into the position. 3. Place the R-side brush over the axis of a pole near the R mark and then push forcibly into the position. ※ A soft fabric patch laid on the floor would help reduce 1 2 scratches on the upper plate of the Robot Cleaner. ※ Caution : Make the hole and pole of the side brush fit each other correctly and then push into the position. Installation ※ Adapter Connection illustrated 1 23 of the charging station 41. Open the rear cover of the charging station and then mount the adapter with a power plug connected, as illustrated here. 2. Completely connect the charging jack of the adaptor to the jack inside the charging station. 3. Place the cable in an orderly way inside the rear space of the charging station. 4. Secure space as wide as 0.5 m on both sides and deep at least 1.5 m from the front of the charging station. 9 10 Mounting of the wet ultrafine fibrous mop Charging 1. Turn the Robot Cleaner upside down and then fit the mop plate into the mounting area of the main body. Wet ultrafine fibrous mop 2. Soak the wet ultrafine fibrous mop into water, squeeze a good amount of water out of the mop and then mount it onto the mop plate. Mop plate 1 2 ※ The threshold mode will not be set up when the mop plate is mounted on the device. 1 2 3 1. Turn on the power switch at the side of the Robot Cleaner. 2. Align the charging pin located under the main body into the charging station port and then start charging. ▶▶ The battery level blinks on the display window, indicating that charging has started. "Lo" in the time display section indicates that no charged battery is left. 3. A green light blinks while charging is in progress. Once fully charged, the battery level remains green on the display window. A red light turns off at the charging station once the docking stage has reached. $IBSHJOH EJTQMBZ QPXFS $IBSHJOH JO QSPHSFTT $IBOHJOH DPNQMFUFE Main body Red Green Green Charging station [Automatic charging when in use] ※ Press the ‘Charge' button on the app in case you want to charge while the Robot Cleaner is operating. (Refer to Charging on p.14.) ※ The Robot Cleaner moves to the charging station by itself when the battery level becomes low while it is operating. Once charging has been completed, it returns to the area left uncleaned, completes the cleaning job and then returns finally to the charging station. ※ The Robot Cleaner is set to return to the area where the cleaning job originally started when the battery level becomes low. Therefore if the cleaning job started in an area other than the charging station, it returns to the area where the cleaning job originally started. ※ The Robot Cleaner stays in an operation mode when while the power switch is turned on, but in a charging only mode when the power switch is turned off. [Manual charging] ※ In case you wish to charge the Robot Cleaner manually, connect the charging jack of the adaptor directly with the main body.

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