Introducing the Dyson V11TM Absolute cord-free vacuum

Dyson’s most powerful, intelligent vacuum[1].

  • Up to 60 minutes fade-free floor cleaning with Dyson’s most powerful battery.[2]
  • 20% more suction power than the Dyson Cyclone V10™ vacuum.[3]
  • Captures 99.97% of particles as small as 0.3 microns[4] expelling cleaner air

September 10, 2019 – DUBAI – Dyson has unveiled the Dyson V11TM cord-free vacuum, the result of more than a decade of cord-free vacuum and Dyson digital motor development. 315 engineers were involved in the project, with over 32,500 parts prototyped.

Three microprocessors on board the Dyson V11TM vacuum bring a new level of intelligence to the clean, monitoring performance up to 8,000 times a second. The microprocessors are located in the Dynamic Load Sensor inside the High Torque cleaner head; inside the Dyson digital motor V11; and inside the battery. These advances mean that suction automatically adjusts depending on floor type, and the owner can see how much runtime is remaining. 

“We’ve been developing vacuums for over 25 years. The evolution never stops. With the Dyson V11TM cord-free vacuum our focus was not only on improving performance, but on adding intelligence to genuinely assist people’s cleaning.” James Dyson

High Torque cleaner head with Dynamic Load Sensor (DLS)

The DLS system, unique to the High Torque cleaner head, intelligently detects brush bar resistance up to 360 times a second and automatically communicates with the motor and battery’s microprocessors to change the suction power between carpets and hard floors. This enables carpets to be deep cleaned and runtime to be extended on hard floors.

The High Torque cleaner head is Dyson’s most powerful cord-free cleaner head ever. It features stiff nylon bristles that drive deep into carpet to remove ground-in dirt, and anti-static carbon fibre filaments that capture dust from hard floors and crevices. An integrated digital motor spins the brush bar up to 60 times a second.

Dyson engineers also devised a way to seal the High Torque cleaner head to the floor, by using a sealing bellow made of elastic polyurethane.

LCD screen intelligently reports in real time

The on-board screen shows current performance, including selected power mode and remaining run time, giving the user more control of their clean.

The screen also reminds the user when to clean filters for optimum performance, and informs them of any blockages and how to clear them. Thanks to sensor magnets embedded in the filter assembly, the screen can tell the user when the filter isn’t connected properly.

Up to 60 minutes of fade-free floor cleaning with Dyson’s most powerful battery2

Dyson’s most powerful battery pack has 7 larger, high-capacity cells with nickel-cobalt-aluminium cathodes to help deliver more suction power.

The Dyson V11TM vacuum’s battery and monitoring system work together to gauge how much run time is remaining. The system measures the cell capacity and uses an algorithm that ‘learns’ how the user’s machine works over time to calculate remaining runtime. The time displayed will take the cleaning mode, tool and floor type into account.

20% more suction power than the Dyson Cyclone V10™ vacuum3

Dyson engineers analysed every detail of the predecessor Dyson digital motor V10. In the new Dyson digital motor V11, which spins at up to 125,000rpm, a triple diffuser is used. The first two diffusers straighten airflow and reduce turbulence, helping to increase suction, while the third diffuser further reduces noise and improves acoustics.

The impeller – the part of the motor that actually drives the air – has redesigned blades that are longer and thinner to increase the area in contact with the air, without increasing the impeller’s mass. This creates a reduced loading on the blades per unit area, reducing air leakage and increasing the efficiency of air movement.

While a pressure sensor within the Dyson digital motor V11 reports information back to the microprocessor. This enables the on-screen blockage reporting as a sudden, sharp drop in pressure indicates a blockage. And if a slower decline is detected, it indicates the filter needs washing.

Advanced filtration

Exposure to dust and allergens can affect wellbeing. The Dyson V11TM vacuum’s fully sealed filtration system captures 99.97% of particles as small as 0.3 microns4 expelling cleaner air. 14 cyclones generate forces of more than 79,000g to fling microscopic particles – such as pollen and bacteria – into the bin.

Notes to editors

  • The Dyson V11TM vacuum is available in three variants starting from AED2,665.71
  • The Dyson V11™ vacuum’s three cleaning modes are designed for a range of tasks. So the user has the right power, wherever they clean.
  • Auto mode senses, adapts and deep cleans. It offers the optimum balance of power and run time and intelligently adapts to different floor types.
  • Boost mode is designed for intensive cleaning of ground-in dirt, providing up to 5 minutes of the most powerful suction.
  • Eco mode provides up to 60 minutes of run time, for longer cleans on all floor types2.
  • An up to 40% bigger bin[5] means less stopping, while the ‘point and shoot’ system makes emptying easy and hygienic.
  • The High Torque cleaner head automatically adapts to different floor types when the machine is in Auto mode. The soft roller cleaner head is engineered for hard floors. It sucks up fine dust and large debris simultaneously.
  • The mini motorised tool tackles hair and ground-in dirt in tight spaces, like the stairs or car.
  • The freedom of having no cord and the ability to switch from stick to handheld mode with one click makes it easy to capture dust and allergens from all around the home and car.

About Dyson 

  • Dyson is a global technology company with engineering and testing operations in Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines and the UK. Dyson employs over 12,000 people globally including 4,500 engineers and scientists – with an increasing proportion in South East Asia where production and operations also take place.
  • Dyson is realising ambitious plans to develop new technologies with global teams focused solid state battery cells, high-speed electric motors, vision systems, machine learning technologies, and A.I.
  • Dyson’s 67-acre campus in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, UK, is home to the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology, which opened in September 2017. Dyson is making a £31m investment into UK higher education to help overcome the shortage of engineers in the UK. The four year degree programme, free of tuition fees, covers the fundamentals of engineering in years one and two. It delivers electronics and mechanical engineering content in years three and four – all alongside a paid job within Dyson’s research and development team, working on real products, with leading engineers and scientists.
  • In September 2017 Dyson announced that it had been working on a battery electric vehicle for three years. It announced that it would be investing £2bn into the development of the BEV for launch in 2021. The project builds on Dyson’s existing expertise in solid state batteries, motors, vision systems, robotics, HVAC and aerodynamics.

1 Suction tested to EN 60312-1 CL5.8 and CL5.9, loaded to bin full, tested in Boost mode. Excludes Dyson machines.

2 Applies in Eco mode on hard floors. For more information please see the Dyson website.

[3] Suction tested to EN 60312-1 CL 5.8 and CL 5.9 at the hose/wand, loaded to bin full, tested in Boost mode

[4] Tested against EN 60312-1 5.11, in boost mode.

[5] Compared to the Dyson V8TM vacuum

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