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document BR1 Mini Mobile Internet Hotspot FAQ
This article provides information about the BR1 Mini mobile internet hotspot. This will continuously be updated. What is the BR1 Mini? BR1 Mini is a mobile internet hotspot that runs on Verizon or GSM cell networks in North America. It's used to provide internet access to any capable device, such as InCommand displays, from remote locations (where cellular signal is available). Since the BR1 Mini is a standalone cellular modem, it can be activated and left in the cab of your machine at all times for...
02 Aug, 2018 Views: 1362
document NTRIP RTK on InCommand Display FAQ
This article provides more information about the feature NTRIP RTK on InCommand display. Jump to a question below: What is NTRIP RTK on InCommand display and what does it do for my operation? What if I already use a mobile hotspot for AgFiniti cloud services (such as DisplayCast) on my display? How does this affect me? Can I use this InCommand feature with SteerCommand, GeoSteer, or ParaDyme? What about other 3rd party receivers? When was the feature release date? Does the InCommand display...
03 Apr, 2018 Views: 2305
document Q: Why can't I create a boundary with Compass display?
In order to create a boundary on the Compass display, the user must set appropriate permissions for the "User" in the display. If there is no option on the mapping screen to create a boundary, the appropriate permissions have not been set for the active "User" on the display. To add permissions to a user, please see the Compass operator's manual.
10 Mar, 2017 Views: 370
document Q: What version of Sidekick Pro is needed when running with Ag Leader ISO liquid?
The Sidekick Pro ISO is required for use with Ag Leader ISO liquid. Not supported with ISO liquid: Raven Sidekick Pro Raven Sidekick Pro ICD
06 Mar, 2017 Views: 323
document Q: What kind of card do I use for my display?
Question: What kind of card do I use for my display? Answer: Ag Leader® InCommand 1200 and 800, Integra, Versa, and Compass displays require USB media sticks, ~4GB in size. InSight and EDGE displays require a compact flash card. 512 MB or 256 MB work best for data transfers, but larger cards work, too. PF3000/PF3000 Pro/ PFA monitors may use up to a 32 MB PCMCIA Flash Card or a compact flash card/PC card adapter. YM2000 monitors require a 1,2,or 4 MB SRAM card. Using too large of a...
16 Nov, 2016 Views: 6423
document Q: Can I clear last year's data out of the display's memory
Question: Can I clear last year's data out of the display's memory? Answer: Yes, it is recommended that you clear out all of last year's data before you start your new season. On the YM and PF series displays, you may clear last year's load data and leave field names or clear all the data. With the Ag Leader® InCommand 1200 and 800, Integra/Versa/Compass/InSight/Edge displays it is recommended that you start a new growing season. You can then delete past seasons once all the logged data...
16 Nov, 2016 Views: 8428
document Q: I traded for a different model of combine. Can I move my Ag Leader system to my new machine?
Question: I traded for a different model of combine. Can I move my Ag Leader system to my new machine? Answer: Yes. We can provide a list of required hardware and cables in most cases. Contact your local Ag Leader dealer for more details.
23 May, 2017 Views: 7325
document Q: How do I get my field data from my display to my computer?
Question: How do I get my field data from my display to my computer? Answer: If using a PF or YM type display then simply power down the monitor and take the card to your computer. If using InCommand 1200 and 800 displays, touch the satellite icon, select Data Transfer, then Export Data. On an Ag Leader® Integra and Versa display, you need to touch the USB icon and select Export Data. On an InSight display you need to go to the Home screen and press 'Copy to Card'. With the EDGE display,...
08 May, 2017 Views: 15722
document Q: What is the best way to preserve harvest data collected in my Ag Leader display?
Question: What is the best way to preserve harvest data collected in my Ag Leader display? Answer: Once you've processed your data through your mapping program, we strongly recommend you copy all .yld files, .ilf files or .agdata files to a write-able CD.
28 Oct, 2013 Views: 7421
document Q: How can I tell if I am logging GPS data while I am combining?
Question: How can I tell if I am logging GPS data while I am combining? Answer: There are two different ways to check that latitude and longitude points are being recorded when using the PF 3000/PFAdvantage monitors. The first thing that you should check is that there is a capital D (differential) and a capital G (GPS) in the upper right-hand corner of the screen with an arrow pointing to the card. This tells you that you have a gps signal along with a differential signal and that you are writing...
28 Oct, 2013 Views: 6062
document Q: Can I use WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) differential with my current GPS receiver?
Question: Can I use WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) differential with my current GPS receiver? Answer: Newer Ag Leader Technology GPS receivers are all WAAS compatible. Contact our Tech Support department for more details.
28 Oct, 2013 Views: 6310
document Q: Can I use a Greenstar GPS receiver with an Ag Leader display?
Question: Can I use a Greenstar GPS receiver with an Ag Leader display? Answer: Yes, with the proper cabling, you can connect an Ag Leader display for the GreenStar receiver to input speed and position data into the Ag Leader display. When using with Intellislope or an autosteer controller, terrain compensation in Greenstar receviers must be turned off to ensure proper plow performance. Note: The following adapter cables will input to Ag Leader YM2000, PF3000, InSight, EDGE, Versa, Compass, Ag...
10 May, 2018 Views: 15557
document Q: I have a 3rd party guidance system. Can I use this GPS receiver with my Ag Leader display?
Question: I have a 3rd party guidance system, (e.g. Outback, Trimble, CaseIH, Deere, etc.) can I use this GPS receiver with my Ag Leader display? Answer: Yes, the guidance system's receiver can be used to provide speed and position to an Ag Leader display. The proper cabling will end in a 9 pin serial connection (RS 232) for the Ag Leader null modem cable PN 2000819. Use this cabling guide to source the proper cables per receiver.  The receiver will need to output NMEA: VTG and GGA strings...
20 Oct, 2014 Views: 8674
document Q: My Combine has a factory yield monitor in it, can I remove it when I install a Ag Leader System?
Question: My Combine has a OEM Monitor in it from the factory, can I remove it when I install a Ag Leader System? Answer: As long as the OEM Monitor does not do any of the combine functions (Rotor Speed, Engine Diag, ect..) Example: Case 8010 combine with a Case IH Pro 600 display, the Pro 600 does all the combine functions so we cannot completely remove the OEM monitor.
28 Oct, 2013 Views: 12587
document Q: Why do I get a warning message saying my speed has been exceeded for a 1hz GPS receiver?
Question: Why do I get a warning message saying my speed has been exceeded for a 1hz GPS receiver? Answer: We recommend using a GPS receiver that will output greater than 1hz and a baud rate of 19200 in order to have the best performance.
28 Oct, 2013 Views: 5969
document Q: How do I create a map to show where I planted different varieties?
Question: How do I create a map to show where I planted different varieties? Answer: The Ag Leader® InCommand 1200 and 800, Integra, Versa, Compass, InSight, and Edge displays offer this capability under the Planting configuration screen. Use the PF3000, Pro, or Advantage in Site Verification Mode. You’ll see the field names you use during harvest. Name the loads with the seed variety; when you start planting a different variety, just switch loads. In our SMS™ software, each load will appear...
16 Nov, 2016 Views: 6691
document Q: What equipment do I need to map varieties?
Question: What equipment do I need to map varieties? Answer: It can be as simple as getting power to the display, using GPS as your speed source, and employing the internal area-count switch as your on/off switch. For a more automated approach, mount an implement switch that will turn your area counter on when the planter is down and off when your planter is up.
23 Oct, 2013 Views: 5991
document Q: Can I map tile lines with my PF series monitor?
Question: Can I map tile lines with my PF series monitor? Answer: Yes, you may use the PF in Site Verification mode to map tile lines. The most effective way to map tile lines is to use the area count switch to map out the individual lines. You simply turn the area count on when you want to map a particular line, and then turn it off when you move to the next tile line. (Tip: if you have different tile sizes in the field, use a different load for the different tile sizes. Simply name the load the size...
28 Oct, 2013 Views: 5483
document Q: What vehicles can the EZ-Steer system be installed on?
Question: What vehicles can the EZ-Steer system be installed on? Answer: The EZ-Steer system can be installed on any approved agricultural vehicle with power steering. This includes tractors, articulated tractors, tracked tractors, combines, swathers, floaters and sprayers. There are currently over 440 approved platforms Contact your local Ag Leader dealer or check www.agleader.com to see if you vehicle is approved for use with the EZ-Steer system.
28 Oct, 2013 Views: 6381
document Q: How should I perform the weight calibrations?
Question: How should I perform the weight calibrations when harvesting on an Ag Leader display? Answer: Refer to the most recent version of your displays User Guide or Manual to accurately calibrate for Harvest.
07 Jul, 2017 Views: 7382

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