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document Run Screen Boom Section Indicators
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Overview: This article explains what requirements will need to be met in order for boom sections to illuminate on the Run Screen using DirectCommand. Run Screen Boom Section Indicator Requirements: InSight Display 1. Load operating configuration on Run Screen 2. Enter Manual Ground Speed – Create new Region for speed change to take place. 3. Set Target Rate for controlling product. 4. Turn AutoSwath OFF 5. ...
14 Aug, 2017 Views: 6136
document Filtered Ground Speed
Overview: This article will explain the use of Filtered ground speed option for a secondary speed source on pull-type sprayers using a wheel speed sensor.   Secondary Speed Source: Filtered This setting may only be used as a Backup or Secondary speed source.   Typically configurations will use GPS as a primary speed source, in which case filtered can then be selected for a secondary speed source.   When the primary speed source (GPS) is lost, this secondary speed source...
12 Nov, 2013 Views: 5426
document CAN Switchbox Connections
Ag Leader introduced a new integrated switchbox in late February 2013, PN 4000400.  It combines the Auxiliary Input Module with the analog switchbox for a cleaner installation and appearance in the cab. Externally (pictured below) it retains much of the same look and dimensions of the analog switchbox. It is available now in kit part number 4100879. The picture below highlights the equivalent connections between the CAN switchbox and the Auxiliary Input Module. You can see how they both have...
28 Feb, 2014 Views: 4798
document Hiniker Flow Meter/Control Valve Cable
Overview: This document explains when to use the Run/Hold connection on cable PN 4002027-14.   When to use the Hiniker Run/Hold connection: When using Hiniker FM/CV cable PN 4002027-14, there is an optional connection, labeled “Run/Hold”.  Hiniker has a Run/Hold switch that acts similar to our Ag Leader Implement Switch, telling the system when the toolbar is up or down, telling the system to apply or not apply. There are only two wires in the connection, used for Implement Switch...
01 Jun, 2012 Views: 5989
document How To Set PWM Standby Setting
Overview PWM Standby setting is only used with PWM 12volt and PWM Ground control valve configurations. It is a user defined % value representing a boom off duty cycle for the PWM pump. This allows the PWM pump to revert to this standby setting in an all boom off state. When spraying very high rates, this setting will prevent pressure spikes when all booms are off. Likewise when spraying very low rates, this setting prevents the PWM valve from closing completely, allowing the system to...
22 Oct, 2013 Views: 9154
document Q: Is there a specific kit available for my self-propelled sprayer?
Question: Is there a specific kit available for my self-propelled sprayer? Answer: Yes, there are many custom kits that are built for specific applicators. Contact your Ag Leader dealer or the Ag Leader sales department for more information.
22 Oct, 2013 Views: 5090
document Q: If I order a new sprayer do I have to order a controller from the factory?
Question: If I order a new sprayer do I have to order a controller from the factory? Answer: No, Ag Leader can supply the cabling that will hook directly into most brands of boom valves, control valves, pressure sensors, and flow meters with the use of the DirectCommand complete wiring harness.
22 Oct, 2013 Views: 4890
document Q: I already have a Raven controller on my sprayer; can I use any of the components from the existing system?
Question: I already have a Raven controller on my sprayer; can I use any of the components from the existing system? Answer: Yes, Ag Leader offers Raven adapter harnesses that will plug into the existing Raven cabling. There is a kit available for the Raven 440, 450, 460, 660, as well as a 4400 and 4600. If using a different Raven controller or something other than a Raven, Ag Leader will supply a complete wiring harness to plug directly into the valves and flow meter.
22 Oct, 2013 Views: 9181
document Raven 661 Controllers and DirectCommand
The Raven 661 console was designed specifically for the Ag Chem Equipment Company and are typically found on late 1990s to early 2000s era RoGator and TerraGator machines. Although the 661 Controller uses the same 16 pin connector as the Raven 440, 450, 660, etc, there are differences that have implications on how Ag Leader DirectCommand can work with these systems. Ag Leader does not support the Raven 661. There are two solutions for DirectCommand on machines with 661 controllers: Custom Kits:...
09 Jan, 2019 Views: 3686
document Q: My booms are turning on/off late, is there any adjustment?
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Question: My booms are turning on/off late, is there any adjustment?   Answer: Yes, in the automatic swath setup there are look-aheads that can be adjusted for both the turning on and the turning off of the booms.   To get the function to occur EARLIER, you would increase the look-ahead value. Example:  Boom is turning on too late.  Increase your turn on look-ahead.   To get the function to occur...
03 Jan, 2014 Views: 2658
document Q: Why won’t my Ag Leader foot pedal master switch work?
Question: Why won’t my Ag Leader foot pedal master switch work? Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Answer: When using a foot pedal master switch, under the auxiliary input settings, the master switch input needs to be set to External 2 in order for the foot pedal to work properly.
03 Jan, 2014 Views: 2224
document Q: I have a Rate Not Responding message flashing on the top of the my display. What does this mean?
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Question: I have a Rate Not Responding message flashing on the top of the my display. What does this mean?   Answer: This message will appear when you are off of your target rate according to Rate Error Alarm. This setting defaults to a threshold of 30% and timeout of 5 seconds. This means the monitor will alarm Rate Not Responding when you are off your target rate by 30% for more than 5 seconds.   A few things to...
03 Jan, 2014 Views: 2619
document Q: How do I clean out my tank when I finish the field?
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Question: How do I clean out my tank when I finish the field?   Answer: To clean out your tank, you need to put the system into Rate Not Responding mode. This is done by entering in a manual speed, entering in a target rate, turning off AutoSwath and turning on the master and boom switches. The machine will now dispense product until the tank is empty. 
03 Jan, 2014 Views: 1688
document Q: I have product left in my tank, but the display says it is empty. What could be wrong?
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Question: I have product left in my tank, but the display says it is empty. What could be wrong?   Answer: Verify that the flow meter calibration number, flow meter operation (not gummed) and the container capacity were entered in correctly. If so, you may need to adjust the flow meter calibration number. This is done by using the equation below:  (Ag Leader Display Total Applied/Actual Total Applied)...
03 Jan, 2014 Views: 1779
document Q: My actual rate is jumping around, why am I not able to hold the target rate? (Control Valve Tuning)
Question: My actual rate is jumping around, why am I not able to hold the target rate? Answer: You need to make sure the controller settings match the quick reference sheet that was provided with the installation kit. Also, make sure that the Rate Display Smoothing option is checkmarked under the configuration settings for the configuration being used. Further, ensure the flow meter or encoder is operating normally. Under controller settings, the value configuration to select will be...
03 Jan, 2014 Views: 6092
document Q: Is there any reason my booms would turn on when I am turning on the headlands?
Question: Is there any reason my booms would turn on when I am turning on the headlands? Answer: There may be a gap between the first pass on the headland and the boundary that is loaded. You can run a new boundary when spraying the first pass on the headlands. You should also look at the Automatic Swath setup and make sure the option for outside the boundary is selected to turn sections off.
03 Jan, 2014 Views: 1491
document Q: How do I charge the booms before taking off down the pass?
Question:  How do I charge the booms before taking off down the pass? Answer:  If the master switch is off use the manual valve control function to open the control valve. Turn on the master switch and when the monitor registers a speed the valves will open. Drive down the pass for a while and then select rate 1 or rate 2.
03 Jan, 2014 Views: 1849
document Q: Why do I lose my boom pressure when slowing down for a waterway?
Question: Why do I lose my boom pressure when slowing down for a waterway? Answer: A minimum flow number should be entered under the configuration settings for the configuration being used.  To calculate this you need to find the minimum gallons flow for the tip style you are using.  This can be located on a tip chart.  Once you find that information, use it in the following equation.  Round up when you enter the value in the display.  (Minimum Flow of 1 Tip) *...
03 Jan, 2014 Views: 2041
document FOOT PEDAL MASTER WITH MULTIPLE PRODUCT CONFIGURATION
This document is relating to not being able to use a foot pedal master switch with a multiple product configuration on InSight version 3.1.  We are not able to use a foot pedal master switch outside of a DirectCommand configuration. All other configurations in version 3.1 DO NOT have the ability to set up the master switch as optional. The only configurations that have this ability are DirectCommand configurations.    Customers have been trying this and it may work a couple times...
11 Nov, 2013 Views: 4456
document Application Components
This document covers liquid DirectCommand components
11 Nov, 2013 Views: 5352

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