Landroid – pushing the limits even further: outside loop pattern for 50cm passage

By laying the wire in a special loop pattern one can form its magnetic field in such a way that much narrower passages are possible.

Until now it has been widely accepted that the smallest passage for the Landroid M had to be around 70 cm. Here I present a new method of laying the wire that can achieve a passage width as small as 50cm!

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12 thoughts on “Landroid – pushing the limits even further: outside loop pattern for 50cm passage”

  1. I have seen 50 mm been used for corridor. That should be enough, or at least as good as you can get. Making it one lane for entry and one for exit should not make it less wide.

  2. hallo, super erklärt, ich werde in den nächsten Tagen meinen Neuen Landroid 😁installieren, ich habe zwei Gehege die meine Roboter überqueren muss, um andere Flächen auch zu mähen…. kann ich in dem Falle deine Darstellung auch anwenden??? liebe Grüße aus Österreich

  3. Problem solved thank you so much for the help! It would be even more helpful to show how you’ve pegged the cables at the end of the run 😊 thanks again mate, couldn’t find this anywhere else online.

  4. Here is the drawing of the loop:
    The smaller the outside loops, the weaker their effect, the wider the loops the stronger, but they should NEVER be wider than the inside wire distance, otherwise they will begin canceling out the inner field completely.

    The widths for the smallest passage I could find were 10cm, 10cm, 10cm.

    You can also place a loop on one side only, for example for correcting the exact position in the docking station if the housing would otherwise hit the charging contacts because of unlucky field geometry.

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