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115H
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  • Page 1 Operator's manual 115H Read the operator's manual carefully and make sure that EN, English you understand the instructions before you use the product.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents 6.1 Introduction - troubleshooting....33 1 Introduction 6.2 Fault messages........34 1.1 Introduction..........3 6.3 Information messages......38 1.2 Product overview........4 6.4 Indicator lamp in the charging station..39 1.3 Symbols on the product......5 6.5 Symptoms..........40 1.4 Symbols on the display......5 6.6 Find breaks in the loop wire.....
  • Page 3: Introduction

    PIN code: Product registration key: The serial number is on the product rating plate and on the product carton. • Use the serial number to register your product on www.husqvarna.com. 1.1.1 Support automatically. Collection of grass is not necessary. For support about the Husqvarna product, speak to your servicing dealer.
  • Page 4: Product Overview

    1.2 Product overview The numbers in the figure represent: 16. Handle 17. Chassis box with electronics, battery and Body motors Hatch to display and keypad 18. Battery cover Stop button 19. Power supply (the appearance of the power Rear wheels supply may differ depending on market) Front wheels 20.
  • Page 5: Symbols On The Product

    1.3 Symbols on the product It is not permitted to dispose this product as normal household waste. These symbols can be found on the product. Ensure that the product is recycled in Study them carefully. accordance with local legal WARNING: Read the requirements.
  • Page 6 Do not discard the battery into fire and do not expose the battery to a heat Do not immerse the battery into water. source. 6 - Introduction 982 - 001 - 12.12.2018...
  • Page 7: Menu Structure Overview

    1.6 Menu structure overview Schedule Wizard Advanced Overview week Period 1 Period 2 Copy Reset Current All week days Settings Security Lawn Coverage General Installation Area 1-3 Starting Drive Past Mower Connect@Home Security level Advanced point Wire mode house New loop Change Remove signal...
  • Page 8: Display

    1.7 Display The display on the product shows information and settings of the product. To access the display, push the STOP button. 1.8 Keypad The keypad consists of 6 groups of buttons: The ON/OFF button is used to turn the product ON/OFF.
  • Page 9: Safety

    2 Safety 2.1 Safety definitions 2.2 General safety instructions Warnings, cautions and notes are used to point The following system is used in the Operator’s out specially important parts of the manual. Manual to make it easier to use: italics is a text that is shown •...
  • Page 10 2.2.1 IMPORTANT. READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USE. KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE The operator is responsible for accidents or hazards occurring to other people or property. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including chil- dren) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities (that could affect a safe handling of the product), or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or in- struction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible...
  • Page 11: Safety Instructions For Operation

    WARNING: The product Warning! Automatic lawnmower! can be dangerous if used Keep away from the machine! Supervise children! incorrectly. WARNING: Do not use Warning! Automatic lawnmower! the product when Keep away from the machine! persons, especially Supervise children! children, or animals, are in the work area.
  • Page 12 PIN code has been entered. Press the ON/OFF button and make sure • HUSQVARNA does not guarantee full the product is turned off. Check that the compatibility between the product and other indicator lamp on the ON/OFF button is not types of wireless systems such as remote lit.
  • Page 13 Carry the product by the handle with the CAUTION: Never use a high-pressure blade disc away from the body. washer to clean the product. Never use solvents for cleaning. Inspect the product weekly and replace any Introduction - damaged or worn parts. Refer to maintenance on page 29 .
  • Page 14: Installation

    Keep a minimum of 30 cm / 12 in. of free space to the right and left of the center of the charging station. Note: Refer to www.husqvarna.com for more information about installation. 3.2 Before the installation of the 60- cm / 24- in.
  • Page 15 CAUTION: Do not put the low-voltage cable in a coil or below the charging station plate. The coil causes interference with the signal from the charging station. Max +/- 2 cm / 0.8 in. • Put the charging station in the lowest possible section of the work area.
  • Page 16 • If you have a paving stone path that is in passage must be a minimum of 60 cm / 24 in. level with the lawn, put the boundary wire wide. below the paving stone. Note: If a passage is less than 2 m / 6.5 ft. wide, Note: If the paving stone is minimum 30 install a guide wire through the passage.
  • Page 17 3.3.3.4 To make a secondary area • Do not make sharp bends when you install the guide wire. Make a secondary area if the work area has 2 • If the work area has a slope, put the guide areas that are not connected with a passage. wire diagonally across the slope.
  • Page 18: Installation Of The Product

    3.4 Installation of the product page 18 and To install the guide wire on page 18 . 3.4.1 To install the charging station Attach the charging station to the ground with the supplied screws. WARNING: Obey national regulations about electrical safety. CAUTION: Do not make new holes in the charging station plate.
  • Page 19: To Put The Wire Into Position With Stakes

    Put the end of the guide wire at the eyelet CAUTION: Make sure that the on the boundary wire. stakes hold the boundary wire and Cut the boundary wire with a pair of wire the guide wire against the ground. cutters.
  • Page 20: After The Installation Of The Product

    To set the starting forming on the lawn. Refer to Note: Make sure that you can see the ends point on page 23 . of the boundary wire or the guide wire through the transparent area of the coupler. Note: The product always runs to the left of the guide wire (as seen facing the charging station).
  • Page 21 Push the OK button to confirm the chosen Use the arrow buttons and the OK button inactive day(s). to move through the menu structure Schedule > Advanced > Overview . The wizard suggests a daily schedule for the active days. If you want to move the Use the arrow buttons and the OK button schedule interval to earlier or later in the day to select the day.
  • Page 22 Push the arrow buttons to select Use the arrow buttons and the OK button Current day to only set the current day to move through the menu structure Settings > Security > Advanced > Change PIN-code . to factory settings. Push the arrow buttons to select Enter the new PIN code.
  • Page 23 3.10.4.4 To disable or enable the Lawn Coverage function Lawn Coverage function for Disable or enable the each area. To get access to the menu Do steps 1–3 in on page 20 . Use the arrow buttons and the OK button Settings to move through the menu structure >...
  • Page 24 ® Register in the Automower Connect app. garage doors. Log in to your Husqvarna account in the ® Automower Connect app. Note: Push the STOP button before you remove ®...
  • Page 25 Use the arrow buttons to set the time format and then push the BACK button. Use the arrow buttons to set the date format and then push the BACK button. 3.10.10.2 To set the language To get access to the menu Do steps 1–3 in on page 20 .
  • Page 26: Operation

    4 Operation 4.1 The ON/OFF button WARNING: It is only safe to carry out inspection or maintenance on the WARNING: Read the safety product when the product is disabled. instructions carefully before you start The product is disabled when the lamp the product.
  • Page 27: Stop

    other parts of the garden. You must manually move the product to the chosen area. Spot cutting means that the product mows in a spiral pattern in order to cut the grass in the area where it was started. When this is done, the Main area product automatically switches back to Secondary area .
  • Page 28: To Charge The Battery

    Check that the indicator lamp on the ON/OFF button is not lit. 4.6 To charge the battery When the product is new or has been stored for a long period, the battery can be empty and needs to be charged before starting. In the Main area mode, the product automatically alternates between mowing and charging.
  • Page 29: Maintenance

    5 Maintenance 5.1 Introduction - maintenance Husqvarna offers a special cleaning and maintenance kit as an accessory. Contact your For better operating reliability and longer service Husqvarna central service. life: check and clean the product regularly and replace worn parts if necessary. All maintenance...
  • Page 30: Replace The Blades

    Check that the blades can pivot freely. 5.4 Software update 5.3.1 To replace the blades If service is done by Husqvarna customer service Press the STOP button. then available software updates are downloaded to the product by the service technician.
  • Page 31: Battery

    5.5 Battery Set the cutting height to MIN (2). Turn the product upside down. Place the WARNING: Only charge the product product on a soft and clean surface to avoid using a charging station which is scratching the body and the display cover. intended for it.
  • Page 32: Winter Service

    13. Carefully cross-tighten the 4 screws for the battery cover (Torx 20). 5.6 Winter service Take your product to your local Husqvarna representative for service prior to winter storage. Regular winter service will maintain the product in good condition and create the best conditions for a new season without any disruptions.
  • Page 33: Introduction - Troubleshooting

    In this chapter, faults and symptoms are described and can guide you if the product does not operate as expected. More suggestions for steps to take in the event of malfunction or symptoms can be found on www.husqvarna.com. 982 - 001 - 12.12.2018...
  • Page 34: Fault Messages

    6.2 Fault messages Below a number of fault messages are listed which may be shown in the display of the product. Contact Husqvarna customer service if the same message appears often. Message Cause Action Wheel motor Grass or other object has wrapped...
  • Page 35 Wrong PIN code has been entered. Enter the correct PIN code. Contact Five attempts are permitted, and the Husqvarna customer service if you for- keypad is then blocked for five minutes. get the PIN code. 982 - 001 - 12.12.2018...
  • Page 36 Message Cause Action No drive The product has got caught in some- Free the product and rectify the reason thing. for the lack of drive. If it is due to wet grass, wait until the lawn has dried be- fore using the product. The work area includes a steep slope.
  • Page 37 Message Cause Action Today's mowing The rest period is in progress. The This behavior is normal and no action completed product has an inbuilt standby period is required. according to the Standby time table. Lifted The lift sensor has been activated as Free the product.
  • Page 38: Information Messages

    6.3 Information messages Below a number of information messages are listed which may be shown in the display of the product. Contact Husqvarna customer service if the same message appears often. Message Cause Action...
  • Page 39: Indicator Lamp In The Charging Station

    For a fully functional installation, the indicator lamp in the charging station must emit a solid or flashing green light. If something else appears, follow the troubleshooting guide below. There is more help on www.husqvarna.com. If you still need help, please contact Husqvarna customer service.
  • Page 40: Symptoms

    If your product does not work as expected, follow the symptoms guide below. There is a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) on www.husqvarna.com which provides more detailed answers to a number of standard questions. Contact Husqvarna customer service if you still cannot find the reason for the fault.
  • Page 41: Find Breaks In The Loop Wire

    Symptoms Cause Action Battery Both the mowing The battery is spent. Replace the battery. Refer to on page 31 . and charging times are shorter than usual. The product is The product has an inbuilt standby peri- No action. parked for hours in od according to the Standby time table.
  • Page 42 A wire break can be located by gradually halving boundary wire (thick black line in the the distance of the loop where the break may illustration). have occurred until there is only a very short section of the wire left. The following method does not work if GUIDE mode is activated.
  • Page 43 Continue until only a very short section of the wire remains which is the difference between a solid green light and a flashing blue light. Then follow instruction in step 5 below. If indicator lamp still flashes blue in step 3 above: Put L and GUIDE back in their original positions.
  • Page 44: Transportation, Storage And Disposal

    • Keep the product in a dry, frost free space. • Keep the product with all wheels on level ground during storage, or use a Husqvarna wall hanger. • If you keep the charging station indoors, disconnect and remove the power supply and all the connectors from the charging station.
  • Page 45: Technical Data

    8 Technical data 8.1 Technical data Data 115H Dimensions Length, cm Width, cm Height, cm Weight, kg Electrical system 115H Battery, Lithium-Ion 18 V/2.1 Ah Art.No 584 85 28-01, 584 85 28-02 Battery, Lithium-Ion 18 V/2.0 Ah Art.No 590 21 42-02 Battery, Lithium-Ion 18.25 V/2.0 Ah Art.No...
  • Page 46 Operating frequency band, MHz 2400 - 2484 Maximum transmitted power, dBm Husqvarna AB does not guarantee full compatibility between the product and other types of wireless systems such as remote controls, radio transmitters, hearing loops, underground electric animal fencing or similar.
  • Page 47: Warranty

    The blades and wheels are seen as disposable and are not covered by the guarantee. If an error occurs with your Husqvarna product, please contact Husqvarna customer service for further instructions. Please have the receipt and the products’s serial number at hand when contacting Husqvarna customer service.
  • Page 48: Applicable To Us/Ca Market

    10 Applicable to US/CA market 10.1 Supplier's Declaration of Conformity This device contains the module FCC ID: XXX1YYYY2ZZZ Issuer: Husqvarna AB, Drottninggatan 2, S-561 82 Huskvarna, Sweden www.husqvarnagroup.com. Responsible party: Husqvarna Professional Products, Inc. 9335 Harris Corners Parkway Suite 500 Charlotte, NC 28269 United States U.S.
  • Page 49 Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
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  • Page 52 ® AUTOMOWER is a trademark owned by Husqvarna AB. © Copyright 2019 HUSQVARNA. All rights reserved. www.husqvarna.com Original instructions 1140739-95 2018-12-12...