New anchor vacuum robots: eufy RoboVac G30 and eufy RoboVac G30 Edge

With the eufy RoboVac G30 and the eufy RoboVac G30 Edge Anker is now also selling its latest vacuum cleaner robots in Germany. Both models use the same technology, such as the so-called “flow sensor”, which ensures that the same places are not cleaned twice in one pass. Furthermore, they bring 2.000 Pa suction power, a 600 ml dust container, two side brushes and other advantages. The difference between the two models basically only consists in the fact that the edge model can be limited in its effective area by delimitation strips. Further technical data and details can be found below.

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The eufy RoboVac G30 and the eufy RoboVac G30 Edge are the new robot vacuum cleaners from Anker. Here you can find technical data, pictures and the price.
The eufy RoboVac G30 and the eufy RoboVac G30 Edge are the new robot vacuum cleaners from Anker. Here you can find technical data, pictures and the price.

Technical details of the eufy RoboVac G30 (Edge)

Here are the most important technical data and functions of the two devices so that you can get an overview:

  • Manufacturer: Anker
  • Brand: eufy
  • Model: RoboVac G30 / RoboVac G30 Edge
  • Suction power: 2.000 Pa
  • Height: 7,25 cm
  • Volume of the dust container: 600 ml
  • Maximum running time: 100 minutes
  • Smart Dynamic Navigation 2.0: Gyroscope-supported navigation that should avoid accidental bumps and enable an efficient cleaning path through the room. Floor sensors ensure that the devices do not fall down the stairs or collide.
  • Optical flow sensor: The sensor on the underside of the eufy RoboVac G30 (Edge) determines the position on the room map and thus prevents the same areas from being cleaned several times unnecessarily.
  • Mapping in real time: During the cleaning, the map of the room is created in real time so that changes from the previous run can be taken into account. The map information and the position of the device can be viewed in the eufyhome app.
  • Edge function: demarcation strips on the floor delimited the area in which the robot vacuums.
  • Price: 299,99 euros (standard model) or 319,99 euros (edge ​​model)
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  • STRONG, SMART, CLEAN: Enormous 2000Pa suction power ensures absolute cleanliness, while the slim design ...
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eufy RoboVac G30 Edge vacuum robot with Smart Dynamic Navigation 2.0, robot vacuum cleaner with 2000Pa...
  • SMART DYNAMIC NAVIGATION 2.0: The advanced navigation technology with logical route planning ensures the ...
  • STRONG, SMART, CLEAN: Enormous 2000Pa suction power ensures absolute cleanliness, while the slim design ...
  • APP CONTROL & PROCESS: House cleaning effortlessly with a click from your smartphone! Including cleaning plans, previous successes, ...

Flow Sensor is not a camera that transmits images / videos

When it comes to modern robot vacuum cleaners, and especially models from Chinese manufacturers, there are often concerns about data protection. This is especially true with regard to the Roborock S6 MaxV vacuum robot, which uses "True Vision" technology, meaning that two cameras on the front of the device provide video material for evaluation. I have already read some concerns about this robot vacuum cleaner and statements from people who are actually interested in it, who do not buy the device because of the possible evaluation in the country of origin. 

That's why I asked Anker what the “flow sensor” was all about. I was assured that it is not a camera, that the sensor is also located on the underside of the device and that no pictures can be taken or transmitted with it. This was communicated to me verbatim: "The optical flow sensor itself does not provide any images. You can just understand that this sensor is a tool that helps the robot hoover run much more accurately to avoid cleaning the same places twice."

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