The Robot Lawn Mower Boundary Wire Pegs are an important part of the overall installation for lawn mowing by the Robot Zoo Wombat and Wombat Joey mowers, and are provided in a packet of 100 with each new mower.
Robot Lawn Mower Wire Pegs
What are the Robot Lawn Mower Boundary Wire Pegs?
The Robot Lawn Mower Boundary Wire Pegs are used to fasten the RobotZoo Lawn Mower Boundary Wire to the lawn surface, as shown in the instruction manual. The pegs prevent the boundary wire from lifting and potentially being cut by the mower blades while the lawn mower is operating. It is recommended that the pegs be placed about one metre apart along the length of the boundary wire. There are 100 pegs provided in a packet.
The Boundary wire can also be buried up to 5cm beneath the lawn, to hide it from view. However, it is recommended on first installation to use the pegs provided with a new mower, in order to get the right distance between the boundary wire and the border of the lawn, which should be around 40cm, according to the instruction manual.
The mowers are programmed to detect when they cross over the boundary wire, and then change direction to return to the mowing area. They are also programmed to follow the boundary wire back to the charging station when they need to recharge. If the boundary wire is broken or cut, the base station will sound an alarm, and the mower will not operate in automatic mode (it can still be made to operate in manual mode).
|Dimensions||15 × 10 × 10 cm|