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FAQs

Does the robot require tracks to run on?

Zero only needs side tracks to connect the different rows/strings so that it can travel accross. It doesn't need any tracks along the rows/strings.

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Will the brush damage panels?

No. The brush is certified and is made of soft Dupont nylon bristles. It has been thoroughly tested for long hours on solar panel glass by rotating it continously.

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If Zero runs on the solar panel, will it damage it in long term?

No. Zero has been tested and certified for this from a third party lab. The results have been tested negative for any damages like microcracks caused by it during its long term operation. This is also something that we have rigorously ensured through our design. The wheels run only on the outer aluminium frames of the solar panel and the robot weighs less than 30KGs.

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Can you elaborate more on remote operation?

The systems comes with an intergreted IOT funcionality that allows Zero to be connected to the internet via an edge device. We provide our clients an access to a dashboard for operating Zero remotely. You can view the robot's status, monitor efficiency, schedule cleanings and raise tickets if your are facing any issues.

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How much the robot weighs?

30 Kgs.

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What is the maximum gap between the panels the robot can cross?

20mm-30mm.

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Hou much is the run time and how it is powered?

Zero can run for 2 hours per single charge. It is powered by a Lithium-ion battery onboard.

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How much it can clean in a single charge?

500 KW.

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Can we use it for wet cleaning? Will the water damage it?

The bot is IP65 and fully protected from dust and water. So unlike the robots available in the market it can do both wet and dry cleaning.

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What's the standard length of solar panel Zero works on? I have a solar panels of different length. Do you allow customisation?

Zero has been designed to run on panels of 2m lengths. But we do provide custom versions that are made for panel length of upto 3 meters.

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How much time does it take for the installation of a single unit of Zero?

It only takes about 1-2 days once the system is transported to the site.

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What sort of provisions do you need on the site to setup the sytsem?

We need fast clearance and easy access to the site. Apart from this we also need accessiblity to the LAN to setup the IOT and a 220V AC supply to provide a charging point for the robot.

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What's the warranty period?

We provide a warranty of 5 years from the date of the first operation.

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How much is the life of a single robot and do you provide any maintenance services after installation ?

Zero is made to last about minimum 5 years easily in the outdoor condition and with proper maintanance can run for 10 years without any issues. As for AMC, we have hired third party vendors for servicing and maintaining the robot at a marginal cost after the warranty period is over.

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I am interested in this technology but would like to get the system tested first at my site.

You can contact us for a pilot test. We will visit your site for studying the layout and plan a pilot accordingly

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