Windows cleaning robot, also called automatic window cleaning machine, glass cleaning robot, intelligent window cleaner and so on, is a kind of intelligent household appliances. It can use the vacuum pump or fan device at the bottom of its own, firmly adhere to the glass, then with the help of a certain artificial intelligence, automatically detect the window angle distance, planning the window cleaning path. Windows-cleaning robots usually use the force of their adsorption on the glass to drive the bottom of the fuselage to wipe off the dirt on the glass.
Windows-cleaning robot is mainly based on its bottom vacuum pump or fan device, firmly attached to the glass. It then uses artificial intelligence to automatically detect the window's edge distance, to plan the window cleaning path (from left to right, or from bottom to top), and to return to the initial location after cleaning for easy removal.
Windows-cleaning robots usually use the force of their adsorption on the glass to drive the bottom of the fuselage to wipe off the dirt on the glass. Window cleaning robot is not many kinds of market, the principle is roughly the same. The Cobos robot was first developed, probably in 2011.
Windows-cleaning robot is a kind of electric appliance that needs to work live, mainly square construction (easy to clean the area of glass edge). When working, connect the power cord to work, although there is battery inside, but its power is only in the emergency to do standby. The interface design of window cleaning robot is relatively simple, most of them are one key control panel plus one hand operation design, and also equipped with remote control, the remote control signal can penetrate the glass without hindrance. The window cleaning robot has a cleaning cloth at the bottom. When it walks on the glass, it drives the cloth through the glass to clean the window.
The biggest feature is the ability to automatically return to work on the window after the work is done, without running out of reach.
Type I: Vacuum sucker adsorption
The double-layer vacuum sucker can remove the air from the bottom through the internal vacuum pump and form a certain vacuum environment so that the window cleaning robot can adsorb on the glass. The adsorption principle requires the medium to be flat and has no obvious protruding obstacles, and is only used on the glass surface.
Type II: Fan adsorption
The window cleaning robot adsorbed by the fan through the inside fan forms the air pressure difference inside and outside, and then adsorbs on the glass. This adsorption principle requires a slightly wider medium, as long as the surface of the medium is flat (except for glass surfaces, such as glass with stickers, grinding glass, marble walls, tiles, etc.).