VIOMI S9 vacuum robot with suction station - all information

by Timo6. November 2020
VIOMI sends the VIOMI S9 vacuum robot with suction station into the race and catapults its vacuum robot series to a new level. The VIOMI S9 is the first model from the Xiaomi-related company that empties its dust container fully automatically and without any action after the cleaning process!

VIOMI S9 - suction robot with suction station

Anyone who already owns a vacuum robot is guaranteed to know it. The little cleaning helpers already do a lot of things fully automatically, but at the end of the day the dust container is usually emptied. One or two cleaning processes and then the container has to be emptied again. Fine dust that the filter had previously trapped flies through the air again.

Pioneer in things "Robot vacuum cleaner with suction station" war iRobot (Roomba). In the meantime, however, other manufacturers are also adopting convenient self-draining.

Auto-dumping 2.0

The VIOMI S9 combines a charging station and a suction station. The manufacturer himself describes his system as "Auto-Dumping 2.0", in which the dust container is effectively and fully automatically emptied into the suction station after the cleaning tour. The emptying does not take place via the underside of the vacuum robot, but via a 381 millimeter lateral opening.

With 950 watts of power coarse and fine dirt is drawn from the dust container into the suction station. There is a Dirt disposal bag with 3 liter capacity (3 pieces included in delivery), which has to be emptied every month with average use.

This is how the VIOMI S9 suction station works

They are practical Notice LEDs the suction station. These provide information about a full dust bag, the suction process and the battery level of the robot vacuum.

VIOMI S9 suction station with instructions

With which volume the VIOMI suction station goes to work is not known. A test of the VIOMI S9 will have to show that. Comparable models, however, like to reach a volume above 80 dB, which is definitely perceived as uncomfortably loud.

Laser room measurement & multi-mapping

From a technical point of view, the VIOMI S9 is comparable to many other high-end vacuum robots. One Laser tower (LDS 2.0) on the top of the robotic vacuum cleaner measures the space and enables precise orientation and obstacle detection. Over a detailed space map Not only can the cleaning route be followed, but the user also has the option No-go zones to be drawn. Up to 5 cards of different floors can save the robot vacuum.

VIOMI S9 LDS laser navigation

As a company close to Xiaomi, VIOMI is part of the Xiaomi ecosystem. The management of the vacuum robot and the cards takes place via the Mi Home app (alternatively VIOMI app)that gives the user numerous options and functions (voice control, schedules, etc.) at hand.

Vacuum & wipe

A Suction power of 2700 Pa the VIOMI S9 is one of the most powerful models on the market. This enables him to fine particles, animal hair and effectively vacuuming up coarse dirt. Dirt gets with the help of a side brush transported to the main brush and through a HEPA filter system directed. Depending on Surface (hard floor, carpet or tiles), the robot vacuum adapts its cleaning behavior automatically. The dust container has a capacity of 600 milliliters.

VIOMI S9 suction power

The VIOMI S9 can not only vacuum, but also wet wipe. A electric water pump distributes the water evenly in 3 wet levels. Wiping and vacuuming are possible in parallel. The water tank summarizes 250 milliliter.

VIOMI S9 wiping performance

5200 mAh battery

So that the vacuum robot doesn't run out of breath in a short distance, it has a particularly large one 5200 mAh battery installed. According to VIOMI, the vacuum robot can up to 220 minutes at a time (Silent Mode) suck. That in turn corresponds to a Area of ​​approx. 320 m².

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