FieldView Drive Installation on Case Front Steer Tractors

FieldView Drive Installation on
Case Front Steer Tractors
CAN Diagnostic Ports
Some Case tractors, including front wheel steer models, have the
CAN diagnostic ports located in the rear of the cab on the driver’s
right. For these models, the CAN ports are not labeled. Follow the
procedure below for this port configuration:
Step #1
Connect the merger cable and Drive.
(shown on right)
Need Help?
If you do not see the Equipment icon
on the map after set up is completed,
please contact Customer Support at
1-888-924-7475 for assistance.
FieldView Drive Installation on
Case QuadTrac Tractors
CAN Diagnostic Ports
On some Case tractors, including QuadTrac models, there are
two diagnostic ports located under the jump seat. One is labeled
Vehicle Bus 1/Implement Bus, the other is labeled Vehicle Bus 2.
Step #1
Connect the merger cable and
Drive. (shown on right)
Step #2
Connect the cable’s connector
labeled “Bus 1” to the Vehicle Bus
1/ Implement Bus connector.
Step #3
Connect the cable connector
labeled “Bus 2” to the Vehicle Bus
2 connector.
Need Help?
If you do not see the Equipment
icon on the map after set up is
completed, please contact
Customer Support at
1-888-924-7475 for assistance.
Instructions for changing the
GPS to 5hz on the Pro 700
The Pro 700
The Case Pro 700 is often defaulted to generating GPS messages at
a rate of 1Hz. In this case it is necessary to change the rate to 5Hz to
ensure maps are generated properly.
1.
3.
2.
From the Home screen,
press the “Diagnostics”
button.
4.
Scroll using right arrow at
bottom right corner to bring
up “RDI” tab.
6.
5.
Press the right arrow twice
to show “Configuration.”
7.
Press the down arrow to pull
up “GPS Config.”
8.
Within “Can A Config,” press
the down arrow twice to pull
up “CFG, J1939 Msg Rate.”
Press the “RDI” tab to bring
up the “GPS Receiver” page.
Press the right arrow six
times to get to “Can A
Config.”
Need Help?
Please contact Customer
Support at 1-888-924-7475
for assistance.
Change POS (position)
to 00.2 (5 Hz) using the
directional arrows.