Husqvarna Automower 105 Operator's Manual

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

    Contents 1 Introduction 6 Troubleshooting 1.1 Support............3 6.1 Introduction - troubleshooting....34 1.2 Product description........3 6.2 Fault messages........34 1.3 Product overview ........4 6.3 Information messages......39 1.4 Symbols on the product......5 6.4 Indicator lamp in the charging station..40 1.5 Symbols on the display......5 6.5 Symptoms..........
  • Page 3: Introduction

    PIN code: The serial number is on the product rating plate and on the product carton. • Use the serial number to register your product on 1.1 Support The operator selects the operation settings with For support about the product, speak to your the keys on the keypad.
  • Page 4: Product Overview

    1.3 Product overview Body 11. Chassis box with electronics, battery and motors Hatch to display, keypad and cutting height adjustment 12. Main switch Stop button 13. Rear wheel Contact strips 14. Charging strip LED for operation check of the charging 15.
  • Page 5: Symbols On The Product

    22. Extra blades Noise emission to surroundings. The 23. Operator’s Manual and Quick Guide product’s emissions are set out in Technical data on page 46 and on the 24. Measurement gauge for help when installing the boundary wire (the measurement gauge rating plate.
  • Page 6: Symbols On The Battery

    Do not discard the battery into fire and The product will not cut the grass due do not expose the battery to a heat to the Timer function. source. The battery indicator shows the charge level of the battery. When the product charges the symbol flashes.
  • Page 7: Menu Structure Overview

    1.8 Menu structure overview Timer Work Work Work Reset hours 1 hours 2 days timer Installation Guide width Remote start 1 Remote start 2 Test Drive past settings wire Narrow Medium Wide Test in Test out Remote Remote Proportion Distance start 1 start 2 Never...
  • Page 8: Display

    1.9 Display The display on the product shows information and settings of the product. To access the display, push the STOP button. 1.10 Keypad Use the keypad on the product to navigate in the menu. To access the keypad, push the STOP button.
  • Page 9: Safety

    2 Safety 2.1 Safety information 2.1.1 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 children) 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 instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person...
  • Page 10: Safety Definitions

    The appliance must be disconnected from the supply mains when removing the battery. WARNING: The product CAUTION: Used if there is a risk of damage to the product, other materials can be dangerous if used or the adjacent area if the instructions incorrectly.
  • Page 11 23 . Help may be required to remove the object ® • Husqvarna does not guarantee full before the product can continue mowing. compatibility between the product and other Always set the main switch in position types of wireless systems such as remote before clearing a blockage.
  • Page 12 2.3.3 How to lift and move the product The main switch should be set in the position before all work on the chassis WARNING: The product must be of the product, such as cleaning or switched off before lifting it. The replacing the blades.
  • Page 13 Mark the wires to simplify reconnecting. The charging station’s connections are marked R, L and GUIDE. Disconnect all connected wires and the power supply. Connect all the wires and the power supply if there is no longer a risk of thunder. It is important that each wire is connected to the right place.
  • Page 14: Installation

    • Make a mark on the blueprint where to put the charging station, the boundary wire and the guide wire. Note: Refer to for more • Make a mark on the blueprint where the information about installation. guide wire connects to the boundary wire.
  • Page 15 • The baseplate of the charging station must WARNING: The power supply cable not be bent. and extension cable must be outside the work area to avoid damage to the Max 3 cm / 1.2" cables. CAUTION: Do not put the low-voltage cable in a coil or below the charging station plate.
  • Page 16 The boundary wire should be put as a loop • Put the boundary wire 25 cm / 10 in. (B) around the work area. Sensors in the product from an obstacle that is more than 5 cm / 2 senses when the product approaches the in.
  • Page 17 To make an island on page stake. Refer to as seen facing the charging station. It is 17 . recommended to have as much free area as possible to the left of the guide wire (A). • Make an eyelet (F) where the guide wire is to be connected to the boundary wire.
  • Page 18 To make an island, isolate areas in the work area with the boundary wire. We recommend to isolate all stable objects in the work area. • Put the boundary wire around the secondary Some obstacles are resistant to a collision, for area (B) to make an island.
  • Page 19: Installation Of The Product

    WARNING: The product is only to be used with the power supply unit ® supplied by Husqvarna WARNING: Do not put the power supply at a height where there is a risk it can be put in water. Do not put the power supply on the ground.
  • Page 20 WARNING: Risk of Electric Shock. Install only to an residual-current device (RCD) when connecting the power supply to the power outlet. Applicable to USA/Canada. If power supply is installed outdoors: Risk of min 30 cm / 12” Electric Shock. Install only to a covered Class A GFCI receptacle (RCD) that has an enclosure that is Connect the power supply cable to a...
  • Page 21 Connect the guide wire to the boundary wire with a coupler. Close the connector with a pair of pliers. Put the 2 ends of the boundary wire and the end of the guide wire into the Cut the boundary wire 1-2 cm / 0.4-0.8 in. coupler.
  • Page 22: To Put The Wire Into Position With Stakes

    3.6 To put the wire into position with Note: Make sure that you can see the ends stakes of the boundary wire or the guide wire through the transparent area of the coupler. CAUTION: Make sure that the stakes hold the boundary wire and the guide Push down the cover on the coupler with wire against the ground.
  • Page 23: To Do The Product Settings

    Push the arrow buttons and the OK button. 3.10.3 To do the timer settings Select language, country, date, time and set a PIN code. Note: For some models, a factory PIN code is necessary before you select a personal PIN code. It is not possible to use 0000 as Timer if the work area is less than Note: Set the PIN code.
  • Page 24 OK . 500 m / 43 ≈ 12 h. Push 5400 ft / 463 ≈ 12 h. Remote start 1 Remote start function is used to guide the Days / h / day Timer settings product to remote parts of the work area. If the week work area includes areas that are connected with Remote start function is...
  • Page 25 Proportion and Distance are The settings for To set the Drive Past Wire function carried out in the same way as for Remote start The front of the product always moves past the 1 . The factory setting is Never . boundary wire by a specified distance before the product moves back into the work area.
  • Page 26 OK . Push Note: Push the STOP button before you remove Enter the new PIN code again. the product from the charging station. If not, the product can not be started in the work area. OK . Push Make a note of the new PIN code. Refer to Introduction on page 3 .
  • Page 27 Use the multi-choice buttons to move through the menu structure Settings > Reset user settings . Use the multi-choice buttons to select OK . country and then push Enter the PIN code. OK to reset all the user settings. Push Security level, PIN code, Loop signal, Note: Messages, Date &...
  • Page 28: Operation

    4 Operation 4.1 Main switch Note: If the product is parked in the charging station, the product will only leave the charging WARNING: Read the safety station when the battery is fully charged and if the instructions carefully before you start timer allows the product to operate.
  • Page 29: To Stop The Product

    charging station to charge the battery. When the Today's mowing complete is shown in the battery is charged, the product moves out of the display. The product is then in standby mode until charging station and stops. The product is now next day.
  • Page 30: To Charge The Battery

    Timer setting Period 1 (A): 06:00 - 17:00 ensure proper contact between the product and the charging station. Refer to contact Timer setting Period 2 (C): 20:00 - 24:00 Product overview on and charging plates in page 4 Active period (A): 06:00 - 17:00 The display shows a message that charging Active period (C): 20:00 - 23:00 is in progress.
  • Page 31: Maintenance

    Husqvarna recommends to use a special cleaning and maintenance kit, available as WARNING: The product must be ® accessory. Speak to your Husqvarna switched off before any maintenance is representative for more information. done. 5.2.1 Chassis and blade disc Inspect the blade disc and blades once a week.
  • Page 32: Replace The Blades

    5.3 Replace the blades WARNING: Use blades and screws of ® the right type. Husqvarna can only guarantee safety when using original blades. Only replacing the blades and reusing the screw can result in a screw wearing during mowing. The blades can then be propelled from under the Remove the 3 blades.
  • Page 33: Winter Service

    5.5 Winter service ® Take your product to your Husqvarna central service 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 34: 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 6.2 Fault messages The fault messages in the table below are shown in the display of the product.
  • Page 35 Wrong PIN code Wrong PIN code has been entered. Enter the correct PIN code. Contact ® Five attempts are permitted, and the Husqvarna customer service if you keypad is then blocked for a period of forget the PIN code. time.
  • Page 36 Message Cause Action Charging station The contact between the charging Put the product in the charging station blocked plates on the product on the and con- and check that the charging plates and tact plates on the charging station may contact plates make good contact.
  • Page 37 Message Cause Action Electronic problem Temporary electronic or firmware rela- Restart the product. If the problem ted issue in the product. stays speak to your authorized service Loop sensor prob- technician. lem, front/rear Tilt sensor prob- Temporary prob- Invalid sub-device combination Temporary battery problem...
  • Page 38 Message Cause Action No loop signal The power supply or low-voltage cable If the LED status indicator on the is not connected. charging station is not lit, it shows that there is no power. Examine the power outlet connection and the residual-cur- rent device.
  • Page 39: Information Messages

    6.3 Information messages The information messages in the table below are shown in the display of the product. Speak to your ® Husqvarna representative if the same message shows frequently. Message Cause Action Low battery The product cannot find the charging Change the position of the guide wire.
  • Page 40: Indicator Lamp In The Charging Station

    The indicator lamp in the charging station must show a solid or flashing green light for a correct installation. If not, follow the instructions in the troubleshooting guide below. ® You can also find information on Speak to your Husqvarna customer service for more information.
  • Page 41: Symptoms

    6.5 Symptoms If your product does not work as expected, follow the symptoms guide below. There is a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) on 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 42: Find Breaks In The Loop Wire

    Symptoms Cause Action To re- Both the mowing The battery is spent. Replace the battery. Refer to move the battery on page 45 . and charging times are shorter than usual. The product is The product has an inbuilt standby peri- No action.
  • Page 43 A wire break can be located by gradually halving the distance of the loop where the break may have occurred until there is only a very short section of the wire left. The following method does not work if mode is activated. Make sure first that ECO mode is switched off.
  • Page 44 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. Then switch R and GUIDE.
  • Page 45: Transportation, Storage And Disposal

    7 Transportation, storage and disposal 7.1 Transportation Remove the 4 screws to the battery cover (Torx 20) and remove the battery cover. The supplied Li-ion batteries obey the Dangerous Goods Legislation requirements. • Obey all applicable national regulations. • Obey the special requirement on package and labels for commercial transportations, including by third parties and forwarding agents.
  • Page 46: Technical Data

    8 Technical data 8.1 Technical data ® Dimensions Automower Length, cm / in 55 / 21.7 Width, cm / in 39 / 15.4 Height, cm / in 25 / 9.8 Weight, kg / lbs 6.9 / 15 ® Electrical system Automower Battery, Lithium-Ion 18.5 V/2.1 Ah Art.
  • Page 47 ® Noise emissions measured in the environment as sound Automower power Measured sound power noise level, dB (A) Guaranteed sound power noise level, dB (A) Sound pressure noise level at the operator’s ear , dB (A) ® Mowing Automower Cutting system 3 pivoted cutting blades Blade motor speed, rpm 2900...
  • Page 48: Warranty

    The blades and wheels are seen as disposable and are not covered by the warranty. ® If an error occurs with your Husqvarna product, ® please contact Husqvarna customer service for further instructions.
  • Page 49: Ec Declaration Of Conformity

    10 EC Declaration of Conformity 10.1 EC Declaration of Conformity Husqvarna AB, SE-561 82 Huskvarna, Sweden, tel: +46-36-146500, declares that the robotic ® lawn mowers Husqvarna Automower 105 with serial numbers dating 2019 week 40 and Lars Roos onwards (the year and week is clearly stated on the rating plate, followed by the serial number), Global R&D Director, Robotic category...
  • Page 50 50 - EC Declaration of Conformity 1285 - 004 - 16.04.2020...
  • Page 51 1285 - 004 - 16.04.2020 EC Declaration of Conformity - 51...
  • Page 52 ® AUTOMOWER is a trademark owned by Husqvarna AB. © Copyright 2020 HUSQVARNA. All rights reserved. Original instructions 1141971-26 2020-05-05...

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