This user manual covers several models namely Neato D8, Neato D9, Neato D10. This is very useful when you will use it perfectly.
Table of contents
- Getting to know your Neato robot
- Preparing to use your Neato
- Connecting to the MyNeato app
- Selecting a cleaning mode on the MyNeato
- Cleaning with the MyNeato app
- Creating a Floor Plan Map and No-Go Zones
- Schedule cleaning Routines and locating your Neato robot
- Manually operating your Neato robot
- Maintaining your Neato robot
In addition to this User Guide, the following documents are supplied with your Neato:
- Quick start guide — contains instructions to get your Neato up and running in the shortest possible time.
- Important information & warranty — contains safety, warranty, and other important information about your Neato.
Preparing to use your Neato robot
Before you start using your Neato, perform the setup instructions in this chapter.
Positioning the charge base
Before positioning the charge base, select a clear area with good Wi-Fi coverage. Begin by inserting the plug behind the charge base into an AC outlet. Shorten the cord as needed by wrapping it behind the charge base. Make sure the charge base is against the wall and plugged in securely. Place Neato against the charge base. When docked properly, the battery LED on the robot vacuum lights up.
Checking the battery
Your Neato battery comes partially charged. Before you use your Neato for the first time, position it at the charge base and allow the robot to charge until the battery LED becomes green (up to 3 hours).
NOTE: Always charge your Neato using the supplied Neato Original charge base and battery.
Auto recharge and resume
If the area to be cleaned is very large, your Neato may need to recharge its battery before finishing the job. Once recharged, it will return to finish where it left off.
Selecting a cleaning mode on the MyNeato app
Before you start, cleaning either with the MyNeato app or manually, you can select a cleaning mode to determine how your robot vacuum cleans. By default, Neato uses Eco Mode. However, you can use the MyNeato app to change modes to suit your cleaning requirements. The following table describes the cleaning modes
NOTE: The cleaning mode you select applies to subsequent cleaning operations performed using the MyNeato app as well as a clean started by pressing the play button on your Neato.
Extra Care navigation
In addition to the listed cleaning modes, your Neato supports an Extra Care navigation feature that is useful if you have especially delicate furniture. This feature is enabled from the same page on the MyNeato app where you select cleaning modes. When this feature is enabled, your Neato navigates more carefully and leaves a wider buffer around objects such as delicate pieces of furniture and chair legs. Extra Care navigation is available on D9 and D10 only.
Maintaining your Neato robot
For reliable operation, check and clean your Neato robot’s brushes and empty its dirt bin after every use or as needed, depending on your environment. Failing to do this maintenance may impact your Neato’s performance and may void your warranty coverage.
Emptying dirt bin and cleaning filters
After each use, empty the dirt bin, clean the airways and opening, and clean the filter. To remove the filter, pinch the handle and pull out. Replace the filter every 1 to 2 months or more frequently as needed.
The above is a small excerpt from the Neato D10 Intelligent Robot Vacuum user manual. For the full version, please download the pdf below.