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Picture of HomeRun Picture: Philips
  • Type, Locomotion:
  • Wheeled
  • Released:
  • 2010
  • HomeRun is a vacuum cleaner robot developed by Philips. Equipped with two auxiliary brushes located on the sides, one principal roller brush, and a dust suction in the center, the vacuum guarantees a clean, super-shiny floor. In addition, the vacuum robot is integrated with a camera offering a ceiling view, which permits it to use systematic cartography for organized navigation while cleaning.

    The HomeRun can also be customized, allowing a 24 hour delayed start timer, and it can be updated through the use of its USB port. Weighing 4.2 kilograms, this robot can clean as fast as 40 centimeters per second, while offering a 100 minute straight operation. The HomeRun vacuum cleaner is integrated with 24 infrared sensors for topnotch obstacle-evasion capability. Moreover, it can tackle floor surface disturbances of up to two centimeters high. This robot operates in either automatic or manual mode.





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