Dyson Gen5Detect, new vacuum cleaner based on a more powerful motor and laser

Dyson Gen5Detect, new vacuum cleaner based on a more powerful motor and laser

Dyson Gen5 Detection

Introductory price 900 €


Dyson Gen5 Detection

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As we know, Dyson has a particular interest in the Asian market, as evidenced by the relocation of its head office to Singapore in 2019. Therefore, some British products are being developed for this part of the world before they reach Europe. This situation, for example,Omni-Glide eventually crossed the borders of the EU.

Dyson’s Gen5Detect was introduced in South Korea, which is much less disruptive than the Omni-Glide. We got some information by following the official presentation of the manufacturer’s new vacuum cleaner from Paris.

Gen5Detect starts with the general architecture of models such as: V15 Detection. We find the pistol handle and the waste collector located on the axis of the air flow. The suction pipe passes through the articulated base of the collector and is therefore most likely Point&Shoot unloading system launched in V10still in the game.

A “compact and powerful” engine

You need to examine Gen5Detect to discover the innovation of this model, which is the Gen 5 Hyperdymium engine from which it is named. “With this new motor, this is perhaps the most powerful cordless vacuum we’ve ever made”underlines Charmlie Park, vice president of floor maintenance at Dyson. engine design,short circuit“and it would unite”multiple pieces together“. This particular assembly should prevent and guarantee energy loss. actualmaximum energy efficiencyWe will return to this specificity in a future article as soon as we have the opportunity to speak to an engineer from the brand.

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According to the manufacturer’s data, we go from a suction power of 230 air watts for the V15 Detect to 262 air watts for this Gen5Detect – air watts here are the ratio between the airflow produced by a vacuum cleaner and the depression of the air. Note, however, that Dyson does not provide any information about airflow or debris created by their vacuums; therefore it is difficult to draw conclusions about Gen5Detect’s cleaning performance.

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Gen 5 Hyperdymium engine.

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As a good Dyson stick vacuum cleaner, the Gen5Detect uses multi-cyclonic filtration to separate the air from dust and direct it to the trash. This first barrier is supported by a foam filter and a HEPA filter, and again according to Charlie Park, “captures 99.99% of very fine dust and therefore even the smallest viruses”.

Piezo sensor, always in play

As the name suggests, Gen5Detect is equipped with the particle counter already seen in V15 Detect. In addition to the precise counting of dust absorbed, which is possible thanks to the Piezo sensor, which uses acoustic sensing to analyze particles, this tool is mainly used by Gen5 to modulate the suction power according to the dirt on the floor. to extend the autonomy of the stick vacuum cleaner. The Brits on this one clearly promise 70 minutes of continuous suction at the lowest power level and without an electric brush attached. The brand points out that the green laser attached to the new suction brush called Fluffy Optic has been improved, making it easier to identify the powder. Twice as bright, the range of motion is also wider to cover more surfaces. “Dyson engineers placed the light source as low as possible to illuminate only the particles. This was a huge design challenge: fitting optics, circuit board and thermal solutions into a small space without sacrificing the quality of the collection.“.

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The control panel is a mix of V12 Slim and V15 Detect.

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The Gen5Detect takes advantage of the very minor improvements seen in recent Dyson models, such as a removable battery similar to that found in the manufacturer’s Extra stamped devices, as well as the abandonment of the trigger to be held down to continue suction (fractional suction). in favor of a simple on/off switch (continuous suction). This change in philosophy V12 Slim and therefore the engineers who brought it back to Gen5Detect seem to have won.

This device was first launched in South Korea for a price of 1.39 million won, or a good thousand euros. No release date and price has been announced for Europe at this time, a fortiori For France, but if this Gen5Detect suffers the same fate as the Omni-Glide, it shouldn’t be long before it reaches our countries.

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