Worx Landroid Documentation

Note: The documentation always refers to the latest version of the plugin

The Worx Landroid plugin has an internal clock that polls the lawn mower to fetch the latest info/statuses available.

Note #1: The plugin only sends a trigger if there is a change in status since last check.
Note #2: If the PollingDelay is set to a high value some statuses may be missed; ie jumping from a Charging complete status to Start status. Recomended settings for PollingDelay is 30 seconds (30000ms).


Plugin Connectors

Start mowinginput, triggerStart mowing the grass
Return homeinput, triggerReturn to charger station. This will also force the Landroid to cut along the border line when returning to base.
Battery remainingoutput, stringPercentage battery left.
In baseoutput, triggerThe Landroid has returned to its base.
Startoutput, triggerThe Landroid has started to cut the grass.
Stopoutput, triggerThe Landroid has stopped cutting the grass.
Charging completeoutput, triggerCharging of the battery has reached 100%
Manual stopoutput, triggerStop-button on the Landroid has been pressed.
Going homeoutput, triggerThe Landroid is going home.
Landroid Erroroutput, stringLandroid is reporting an error.
Erroroutput, triggerPlugin is reporting an error.

Plugin Settings

IPn.n.n.nIP adress to the Landroid
Pin code0000…9999Your 4 digit pin code to access the Landroid
PollingDelay1…nDelay, in milliseconds, between each check for updated data against the Landroid. Default value is 30000 (=30 seconds).
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