Unsure of how to install the robotic mowers? Your mower is not performing as required?
Fear not. With GreenovaCare, we will take care of them for you.
We will conduct a site visit (Free Of Charge) to determine the best mower suited for your lawn and provide you with our GreenovaQuote.
GreenovaInstall consist of a full installation for your robotic mower. The boundary cables will be buried and we guarantee it for 3 years.
Rest assured your robotic mower will last a long time with software updates and servicing from our GreenovaMaintain package.
Step by step procedure to purchase your robotic mower.
We will need your name, address, email and telephone number. You can ask us any questions about robotic mowers and arrange the site visit during this call.
Some of this may be done via satellite mapping.
Our technician will explain how the robot mower could help you, and formulate a plan for the installation.
Our technician will also answer all of your questions. We will ensure that the robotic mower will be compatible with your garden.
Once we understand your needs, we will design an installation that works.
We will provide a paperless quotation on the recommended mower solution for you.
You can decide if you wish to have the installation done for you or you prefer to install yourself.
From here on, the ball is in your court – there is no pressure to purchase. If and when you decide a robotic mower is for you, an installation date will be agreed.
A deposit will be required at this time for the value of the lawnmower.
Step by step procedure to have your robotic mower installed
Low Voltage Cable
Plastic Screw for Charging Station
Couplier for Guide Wire (If Required)
Straight Spade - For burying underground
The charging station must be positioned with a free space of 3m in front of it. It should also be centrally placed in the working area to make it easier for the robotic lawnmower to reach all areas in the working area.
Do not put the charging station in confined spaces in the working area. This can make it difficult for the robotic mower to find the charging station.
The charging station must be positioned on relatively level ground. The front end of the charging station may be a maximum of 5 cm / 2 ” higher or lower than the back end.
Take the following into consideration when planning where to place the power supply:
• Close to the charging station
• Protection from rain
• Protection from direct sunlight.
• If the power supply is connected to an electrical socket outdoors, it must be approved for outdoor use.
• The low voltage cable for the power supply is 10 m long, and may not be shortened or extended.
• A longer low voltage cable is available as optional accessory.
The boundary wire can be installed in one of the following ways:
• Cable laying machine used by one of our technicians
• Secure the wire to the ground with pegs. It is preferable to peg down the boundary wire if you want to make adjustments to the boundary wire during the first few weeks of operation. After a few weeks the grass will have grown over the wire making it no longer visible. Use a hammer/plastic mallet and the pegs supplied when carrying out the installation.
• Bury the wire. It is preferable to bury the boundary wire if you want to dethatch or aerate the lawn. If necessary, both methods can be combined so one part of the boundary wire is pegged down and the remainder is buried. The cable can be buried using for instance an edge cutter or a straight spade. Make sure to lay the boundary wire at least 1 cm / 0.4 ” and a maximum of 20 cm / 8 ” in the ground.
Measurements are a rough guide, please remember to check measurements for your specific robot mower.
Remember to leave a loop for guide wires. without this extra loop connecting the guide wire will be difficult and you will most likely need to an in extra wire .
Laying the boundary wire in towards the charging station
On its way toward the charging station, the boundary wire can be laid completely outside the charging station (see option 1 in the figure). If there is a need to partly locate the charging station outside the working area, it is also possible to lay the wire under the charging station plate (see option 2 in the figure). However most of the charging station must not be placed outside the working area as the robotic lawnmower can then find it difficult to find the charging station.
Connect the boundary wire to the charging station:
Place the wire in the connector and press together with a pair of pliers until you hear a click.
Tilt the protective cover on the charging station forward and run the wire ends up each channel at the rear of the charging station. Press the connector onto the contact pin, marked AL (left) and AR (right), on the charging station.
The guide wire is a wire that is laid from the charging station, towards a remote part of the working area or through a narrow passage. It is then connected to the boundary wire.
The guide wire goes directly from the front and underneath the charging station. You then connect this wire to the charging station in the same way you connected the boundary wire.
Please note if you install more than one guide wire, they do not cross each other.
Now that you have connected the power and all boundary wires and guide wires are attached.
Husqvarna Automower docking stations will show a green light on the docking station if all wires have been connected correctly.
You will need to charge your robotic mower. Manually push the robotic mower into the charging station. Charging times vary depending on the machine but roughly 90 mins will be sufficient for 90% of robotic mowers to recharge.
After you have gone through the start up process on the robotic mower, you should test that it docks correctly.
Simply pull the Robot mower out of the charging station and then press park, watch to make sure it parks without issue.