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document Q: Does the temperature of the day affect the VI readings?
Question: Does the temperature of the day affect the crop's VI readings? Answer: Yes. In summer's intense heat, the plant's leaves will start to roll and respiration/photosynthesis will slow down. This can significantly affect the sensor's readings. A user can continue to operate in these conditions if they re-calibrate to compensate for this plant behavior. 
28 Apr, 2015 Views: 184
document Q: What does OptRx do when I enter variable seeding rate zones?
Question: How does OptRx account for variable rate seeding zones? Answer: The sensor doesn’t know anything about the variable rate seeding in that field. Typically, variable rate seeding is directed by yield environments and a lot of times, nitrogen availability in those environments has a large bearing on why that area yields higher or lower than other regions. Higher populations go in more productive soils and where there tends to be more water availability. There is naturally less need for...
28 Apr, 2015 Views: 205
document Q: How does OptRx define plant health?
Question: How do OptRx Crop Sensors define plant health? Answer: OptRx Crop Sensors pulse light at 40,000 Hz to detect raw plant vigor. The raw plant vigor feedback is reflected back to the sensor then the NDRE algorithm uses a combination of NIR and RedEdge measurements to define the vegetative index (VI). NIR looks at plant biomass while RedEdge focuses on evaluating Chlorophyll. Looking at these two factors, plants express stress by stunted growth and deceases in Chlorophyll efficiency. 
08 May, 2015 Views: 223
document Q: What switchbox/switch inputs can I use with the ISOBUS Liquid Control Module?
Question: What switchbox/switch inputs can I use with the ISOBUS Liquid Control Module? Answer: There are many available options for switch input with the ISOBUS liquid control module. Operators can use the 10 section Ag Leader CAN switchbox, the Auxiliary Input module to tie into OEM switches, or the ISO WSM switchbox. The Ag Leader CAN switchbox can only be used with Ag Leader displays. The same goes for using the Aux Module and OEM switch cable. When using a non-Ag Leader display (e.g. Pro700,...
29 May, 2015 Views: 1064
document Q: What parts will I need to consider when installing the ISO module on a machine with a non-Ag Leader VT compatible display?
Question: What parts will I need to consider when installing the ISO module on a machine with non-Ag Leader UT/VT compatible display? Answer: A switchbox rail mounting kit, module 3rd party unlock, any cabling/IBBC hardware from the vehicle manufacturer to get the vehicle up to ISOBUS spec from the display to the IBBC breakaway. The non-Ag Leader display should already be connected to the tractors ISO connection. If the tractor does not have the IBBC connection, then the customer will need to contact...
16 Nov, 2016 Views: 612
document Q: When should I use the ISOBUS retrofit kit? The Power/Data cable option?
Question: When should I use the ISOBUS retrofit kit? The Power/Data cable option?   Answer: The ISOBUS retrofit kit can be used with an Ag Leader display to bring the non-ISO vehicle up to spec for use with any ISO implement.   The power/data cabling is an affordable option for customers wanting to control an Ag Leader ISOBUS module with an Ag Leader display. This is typically used for pull behind machines when the modules are on the implement. If the modules are mounted in the cab, like a...
02 Jun, 2015 Views: 734
document Q: Why is my vehicle driving straight but parallel to my guidance line? My display is showing the machine is consistently offline on the display light bar but my machine never drives over to the guidance line.
Question: Why is my vehicle driving straight but parallel to my guidance line? My display is showing the machine is consistently offline on the display light bar but my machine never drives over to the guidance line. Answer: When a SteerCommand, GeoSteer or ParaDyme steering system is driving along beside the guidance line and will not steer to the line, the first item to check is the wheel angle sensor. A Zero Curvature test can be performed to verify the current calibration of the wheel angle sensor....
19 Jun, 2015 Views: 1520
document Q: How do I interpret the Tilt Zero calibration error with SteerCommand, Ontrac3, or GeoSteer?
This article was created to better understand and interpret the Tilt Zero Calibration Error users can experience during the Tilt Zero portion of the vehicle calibration. The tilt zero calibration error dialog has been improved to include how far off (in degrees) the orientation is given the roll or pitch. Angie Gibson 0 0 2015-08-26T15:23:00Z 2015-08-26T15:24:00Z 1 164 936 Ag Leader Technology 7 2 1098 14.0 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE ...
30 Apr, 2016 Views: 2063
document Q: What happens if my Pressure and Return hoses are connected backwards on the hydraulic block?
Question: What happens if my Pressure and Return hoses are connected backwards on my Hydraulic Down Force valve block? Answer: If the Pressure and Return hoses are connected backwards on the Hydraulic Down Force valve block, the hydraulic flow will be sent directly to the channels connected to the valve block. Once this happens, the actuators on all of the channels will be applying max supplemental force. On the screen of the controlling display, this may likely result in very high gauge wheel...
30 Mar, 2016 Views: 366
document Q: How can I get a cap for my 4000724 Implement Cable?
Question: My implement cable hangs out the back window of my tractor and I want to protect the connector from mud, dust and the elements when the implement is not connected. What can I do? Answer: The 4000483 Implement Terminator Plug is available for these purposes. 4000483 Terminator:
09 Apr, 2016 Views: 182
document Q: Do I need a CAN Implement Switch Module for Each Implement Switch?
Question: Do I need a CAN Implement Switch Module for each Implement Switch on the planter? Answer: Ag Leader recommends it each switch have its own module. A single module can be used with multiple switches with additional extensions and tee cables, but having a module for each switch aids in the diagnostic/troubleshooting process; as well as makes for a cleaner, simpler install.
30 Jun, 2016 Views: 390
document What do I need in order to use DisplayCast?
Requirements: AgFiniti Account - visit www.agfiniti.com to create an account. Users must login on InCommand display with AgFiniti account username/password AgFiniti Essentials License This is a yearly license Up to 3 displays per license DisplayCast feature unlock Unlock entered via InCommand display On InCommand display, select Setup>Console>Features>DisplayCast Active internet connection 3G or faster data speed suggested for best performance InCommand...
25 Jan, 2018 Views: 722
document What do I need to do before I start using DisplayCast? What if my data is not syncing on initial setup?
Before logging into AgFiniti on each display to use DisplayCast, there is a list of best practice recommendations to make sure initial setup and sync goes smoothly. The following recommendations are the best practices to perform either before or during the initial DisplayCast sync. For more information about DisplayCast setup, requirements, and settings, see the InCommand Display User Guide. Best Practices for Initial DisplayCast Setup/syncing: Upgrade display to latest firmware. Clear any...
21 Oct, 2017 Views: 545
document ISO Liquid Common Questions
How does the container level work? The container starts out as blue and then turns yellow when it gets empty. Does the nozzle picture change on the screen? The nozzles show up as blue like there is water coming out. The outside part of the nozzle will show up as red when they are off. Will the main page show up the number of sections? When the configuration is setup, it will show the number of section on the screen. If there are 24 sections on the sprayer, it will have a picture of the 24...
06 Jan, 2017 Views: 349
document Q: Why are AGSETUP, AGDATA, display backup, log files, vehicle profiles, and other data taking a long time to export from my display?
Causes of longer export times when exporting to the USB flash drive are below: Issue with USB flash drive device Try a different USB flash drive device (appropriate data size for corresponding display in use) Large amounts of data being exported Export data on regular basis to have smaller amounts of data exported Export data via AgFiniti
06 Jan, 2017 Views: 306
document Q: I am getting a 0 bushel per acre yield reading, what should I look at?
Question: I am getting 0 bushels per acre yield reading, what should I look for? Answer: The first item to look at is elevator speed. Ag Leader yield monitoring systems need to register elevator speed of 250 to 650 RPMs in order to record grain yield. If the display is not reading elevator speed, look into the elevator speed sensor or the cabling going from the speed module to the sensor. Also check in the display that pulses/rev value is not 0. Further elevator speed troubleshooting can be found here. ...
07 Aug, 2017 Views: 6184
document Q: What crop types are supported for Advanced Seed Tube Monitoring
Supported crop types will differ between the Integra and InCommand1200 displays. Answer: Advanced Seed Monitoring supported crop types for the InCommand1200 are: Corn Cotton Sugar Beets Cucumber Vegetable – generic vegetable crop type Sorghum Popcorn Potatoes Answer: Advanced Seed Monitoring supported crop types for the Integra are: Corn Cotton Sugar Beets Cucumber Vegetable – generic vegetable crop type Sorghum (Virtual Seed Trench page is only viewable...
12 Jun, 2018 Views: 750

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