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iRobot Roomba 630 Battery
If you are seeking the source of energy of your Roomba, you will find it between to its brushes, behind a screwed-in plastic square: it is battery.
The Roomba's battery is essentially 12 NiMH batteries strung together to make one nickel-based battery. iRobot claims that the battery can run for up to 2 hours, and based on estimates, will last about 400 charges.
Depending on how the robot's battery is taken care of, you could find replacing battery it sooner than you'd like. You might find your Roomba getting tired before that 2-hour mark.
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Clean brushes because when debris builds up, your Roomba works harder to spin the brushes, draining away its battery life. At least once weekly, remove your Roomba's brushes and get them clean.
Keep it charged and use it often
For the Roomba's nickel-based (not lithium ion like smartphones) batteries, keep the unit charging whenever you're not using it. However, don't leave it in its dock for days at a time.
Exhaust the battery
To maintain the battery's capacity,run the vacuum until the battery dies, then charge it to full. For best results, repeat this process a few times.
Keep it cool
To increase the battery's longevity, store your robot in a cool, dry place. The unit should stay out of direct sunlight, where heat could damage the battery.
Put it in vacation mode
If you're going away on vacation, put your Roomba in what could be called "vacation mode." charge the battery completely. Then, remove it by flipping the Roomba over and removing the two screws that secure the battery door. Doing so will ensure the battery remains healthy.
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