3. Operating and Programming
Set Cleaning Pattern
Random Cleaning Pattern (default pattern) Programmed Cleaning Pattern
3.3 Cleaning Pattern and Cleaning Mode Selection
DEEBOT has 2 Cleaning Patterns and several Cleaning Modes to choose from to effectively clean
different oors. Cleaning Patterns and Cleaning Modes are selected using the Remote Control or
the ECOVACS App. For more information on the ECOVACS App, see the separate ECOVACS App
Set the cleaning pattern based on oor type.
Random Cleaning Pattern is the robot's default
pattern and should be set when cleaning
carpet. In Random Pattern, DEEBOT cleans
in a straight line and changes directions when it
meets an obstacle.
Programmed Cleaning Pattern should be set
when cleaning bare floors. In Programmed
Cleaning Pattern the robot plans the most efcient
route, cleans in a back and forth straight-line
pattern, returns to clean missed spots, then cleans
room edges before completing the cleaning cycle.
When Programmed Cleaning Pattern is Set:
DEEBOT automatically conducts route planning when cleaning. If the robot is paused, moved
manually or directed by the Remote Control during cleaning, DEEBOT will recongure the route
and restart. Therefore, avoid using the Remote Control or moving DEEBOT manually when it is
cleaning to ensure efciency.
DEEBOT may pause temporarily to recalculate its cleaning path. This is normal. Please be patient,
the frequency and duration of the pause is determined by room complexity.
If the cleaning environment contains both bare oors and carpet, barriers (for example a closed
door) should be set between different oor types and cleaning patterns should be set accordingly.
If both oor types are to be cleaned in one cleaning cycle, Random Cleaning Pattern should be set.