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What is Inside Mammotion LUBA

Exploring the Inner Workings of the Mammotion Luba AWD5000: A Comprehensive Overview

Join us as we take a closer look at the Mammotion Luba AWD5000 and uncover its internal components. In this video, we explore the curious SIM card slot and delve into the hardware that accompanies it. Discover the key features we’ve uncovered during testing and gain valuable insights into this innovative robotic lawn mower.

Key Features of the Luba AWD5000:

  1. Robust Suspension System: The front suspension system of the Luba AWD5000 boasts a remarkably strong and durable construction. It clamps together tightly, ensuring stability and resilience. While the area around the front wheels may be the weakest spot, the overall structure remains solid.

  2. Control Panel and RTK Antenna: Underneath the top cover, you’ll find a control panel board connected to a ribbon cable. Additionally, the RTK antenna cable passes through a sealed pot and leads to the antenna at the back. The antenna itself is a simple disc design.

  3. Sealing and Dust Protection: The Luba AWD5000 features seals around its main body, preventing water and dust from entering sensitive areas. However, the front and back sections are not sealed to the outside environment. While some dust and dirt may find their way inside, it generally poses no significant issues. Only the lift sensor switch located in the back could be affected if excessively clogged with debris.

  4. Open Back Section: The back section of the Luba AWD5000 contains minimal components. It houses the axle for the back wheels and the control panel cable. This area is not airtight and lacks additional elements. The focus remains on the sealed parts, ensuring the overall integrity of the robot.

  5. SIM Card Slot and Future Connectivity: One of the primary reasons for examining the Luba AWD5000 is the SIM card slot on its back. However, the current version does not utilize this slot for any hardware connectivity. There is no plug or antenna for a 4G or LTE connection. It suggests that the potential for future 4G connectivity might require an expansion kit. Mammotion could offer a hardware update to enable LTE functionality.

Conclusion

Our exploration of the Mammotion Luba AWD5000 reveals a solidly built and well-organized robotic lawn mower. While the SIM card slot currently lacks hardware for an LTE connection, the mower’s performance and design are commendable. Keep an eye out for potential future expansion kits that may enable enhanced connectivity options.

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