Operating Manual
az
Cayena 6000
MG3146
BAH0029.0 09.08
Please read this operating
manual before first commissioning.
Keep it in a safe place for
future use.
Reading the instruction
manual and to adhere to it should not appear to
be inconvenient and superfluous as it is not
enough to hear from others and to realise that a
machine is good, to buy it and to believe that now
everything would work by itself. The person
concerned would not only harm himself but also
make the mistake of blaming the machine for the
reason of a possible failure instead of himself. In
order to ensure a good success one should go into
the mind of a thing or make himself familiar with
every part of the machine and to get acquainted
with its handling. Only this way, you would be
satisfied both with the machine as also with
yourself. To achieve this is the purpose of this
instruction manual.
Leipzig-Plagwitz 1872.
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Identification data
Identification data
Enter the machine identification data here. You will find the identification data on the rating plate.
Machine identification number:
(ten-digit)
Type:
Cayena 6000
Permissible system pressure in bar: Maximum 200 bar
Year of manufacture:
Basic weight (kg):
Approved total weight (kg):
Maximum load (kg):
Manufacturer's address
AMAZONEN-WERKE
H. DREYER GmbH & Co. KG
Postfach 51
D-49202 Hasbergen
Tel.:
+ 49 5405 501-0
Fax:
+ 49 5405 501-234
E-mail:
amazone@amazone.de
Spare part orders
AMAZONEN-WERKE
H. DREYER GmbH & Co. KG
Postfach 51
D-49202 Hasbergen
Tel.:
+ 49 (0)5405 501-290
Fax:
+ 49 (0)5405 501-106
E-mail:
et@amazone.de
Online spare parts' catalogue: www.amazone.de
When ordering spare parts, please always specify the number of your
machine.
Formalities of the operating manual
Document number:
MG3146
Compilation date:
09.08
© Copyright AMAZONEN-WERKE H. DREYER GmbH & Co. KG, 2008
All rights reserved.
Reprinting, even of sections, only possible with the approval of
AMAZONEN-WERKE H. DREYER GmbH & Co. KG.
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Foreword
Foreword
Dear Customer,
You have chosen one of the quality products from the wide product
range of AMAZONEN-WERKE, H. DREYER GmbH & Co. KG. We
thank you for your confidence in our products.
On receiving the machine, check to see if it was damaged during
transport or if parts are missing. Using the delivery note, check that
the machine was delivered in full including the ordered special equipment. Damage can only be rectified if problems are signalled immediately!
Before first commissioning, read and understand this operating manual, and particularly the safety information. Only after careful reading
will you be able to benefit from the full scope of your newly purchased
machine.
Please ensure that all the machine operators have read this operating
manual before commissioning the machine.
Should you have problems or queries, please consult this operating
manual or give us a call.
Regular maintenance and timely replacement of worn or damaged
parts increases the lifespan of your machine.
User evaluation
Dear Reader,
We update our operating manuals regularly. Your suggestions for improvement help us to create ever more user-friendly manuals. Send
us your suggestions by fax.
AMAZONEN-WERKE
H. DREYER GmbH & Co. KG
Postfach 51
D-49202 Hasbergen
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Tel.:
+ 49 5405 501-0
Fax:
+ 49 5405 501-234
E-mail:
amazone@amazone.de
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Table of Contents
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User Information ..........................................................................................9
1.1
1.2
1.3
Purpose of the document.........................................................................................................9
Locations in the operating manual...........................................................................................9
Diagrams used .........................................................................................................................9
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General Safety Instructions ...................................................................... 10
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.10.1
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.13.1
2.14
2.15
2.16
2.16.1
2.16.2
2.16.3
2.16.4
2.16.5
2.16.6
2.16.7
2.16.8
2.16.9
Obligations and liability ..........................................................................................................10
Representation of safety symbols..........................................................................................12
Organisational measures .......................................................................................................13
Safety and protection equipment ...........................................................................................13
Informal safety measures.......................................................................................................13
Training of personnel .............................................................................................................14
Safety measures in normal operation ....................................................................................15
Dangers from residual energy................................................................................................15
Maintenance and repair work, fault elimination .....................................................................15
Constructive changes ............................................................................................................16
Spare and wear parts and aids ..............................................................................................17
Cleaning and disposal............................................................................................................17
User workstation ....................................................................................................................17
Warning pictograms and other signs on the machine ...........................................................18
Positioning of warning pictograms and other labels ..............................................................25
Dangers if the safety information is not observed..................................................................27
Safety-conscious working ......................................................................................................27
Safety information for users ...................................................................................................28
General safety and accident prevention information .............................................................28
Hydraulic system....................................................................................................................32
Electrical system ....................................................................................................................33
Attached machines ................................................................................................................33
Brake system .........................................................................................................................34
Tyres ......................................................................................................................................34
Operation of the seed drill......................................................................................................35
Universal joint shaft operation................................................................................................35
Cleaning, maintenance and repairs .......................................................................................36
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Loading and unloading ............................................................................. 37
3.1
3.2
Loading the Cayena...............................................................................................................38
Unloading the Cayena ...........................................................................................................38
4
Product description ................................................................................... 39
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
Overview of subassemblies ...................................................................................................40
Safety and protection equipment ...........................................................................................42
Overview – Supply lines between the tractor and the machine.............................................43
Transportation equipment ......................................................................................................44
Intended use ..........................................................................................................................46
Danger area and danger points .............................................................................................47
Rating plate and CE mark......................................................................................................48
Technical Data .......................................................................................................................49
Conformity..............................................................................................................................50
Necessary tractor equipment .................................................................................................50
Noise production data ............................................................................................................51
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Design and function .................................................................................. 52
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
Hydraulic hose lines...............................................................................................................53
Coupling the hydraulic hose lines ..........................................................................................53
Uncoupling the hydraulic hose lines ......................................................................................54
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5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.6.1
5.7
5.7.1
5.7.2
5.7.3
5.7.4
5.8
5.8.1
5.8.2
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
5.14.1
5.14.2
5.14.3
Hydraulic service brake system ............................................................................................ 54
Coupling the hydraulic service brake system........................................................................ 54
Uncoupling the hydraulic service brake system.................................................................... 55
Operating terminal AMALOG+ ........................................................................................ 56
Frame and machine extension arms..................................................................................... 57
Roller holder .......................................................................................................................... 57
Seed hopper.......................................................................................................................... 58
Digital fill level monitoring...................................................................................................... 59
Seed dosing and injector sluice ............................................................................................ 60
Dosing rollers ........................................................................................................................ 61
Table Seed dosing rollers ..................................................................................................... 62
Seed rate adjustment at Vario gearbox................................................................................. 63
Calibration test ...................................................................................................................... 64
Blower fan ............................................................................................................................. 65
Blower fan connection to tractor hydraulics .......................................................................... 66
Blower fan connection at the tractor universal joint shaft (optional) ..................................... 67
Distributor head ..................................................................................................................... 68
Star wheel ............................................................................................................................. 68
Tine coulter and planting depth............................................................................................. 69
Exact harrow ......................................................................................................................... 70
Markers ................................................................................................................................. 71
Creation of tramlines ............................................................................................................. 72
Examples for creating tramlines............................................................................................ 74
Tramline rhythm 4, 6 and 8 ................................................................................................... 76
Tramline rhythm 2 plus and 6 plus ........................................................................................ 77
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Commissioning ......................................................................................... 78
6.1
6.1.1
6.1.1.3
6.1.1.4
6.1.1.5
6.1.1.6
6.1.1.7
6.1.2
6.2
6.3
Checking the suitability of the tractor .................................................................................... 79
Calculating the actual values for the total tractor weight, tractor axle loads and load
capacities, as well as the minimum ballast ........................................................................... 80
Data required for the calculation (hitched machine) ............................................................. 81
Calculation of the required minimum ballasting at the front GV min of the tractor for
assurance of the steering capability...................................................................................... 82
Calculation of the actual front axle load of the tractor TV tat ................................................... 82
Calculation of the actual total weight of the combined tractor and machine......................... 82
Calculation of the actual rear axle load of the tractor TH tat ................................................... 82
Tyre load capacity ................................................................................................................. 82
Table ..................................................................................................................................... 83
Requirements for tractor operation with attached machines ................................................ 84
Securing the tractor / machine against unintentional start-up and rolling ............................. 85
Installation instructions for blower fan connection to tractor hydraulics................................ 86
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Coupling and uncoupling the machine ................................................... 87
7.1
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.1.3
7.2
7.3
7.3.1
7.3.2
Coupling the machine ........................................................................................................... 87
Connecting the hydraulic joints ............................................................................................. 92
Connecting the electrical connections................................................................................... 93
Connecting the hydraulic service brake system.................................................................... 93
Uncoupling the machine........................................................................................................ 94
Connecting the hydraulic pump (optional) ............................................................................ 97
Connecting the hydraulic pump............................................................................................. 97
Uncoupling the hydraulic pump............................................................................................. 98
6.1.1.1
6.1.1.2
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Settings ...................................................................................................... 99
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.3.1
8.4
Repositioning the level sensor .............................................................................................. 99
Installing/removing the dosing roller.................................................................................... 100
Setting the sowing rate with a calibration test..................................................................... 102
Determining the gearbox setting using the calculating disc rule......................................... 105
Adjusting the planting depth................................................................................................ 106
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8.5.1
8.5.2
8.6
8.7
8.7.1
8.7.2
8.8
Adjusting the exact harrow...................................................................................................107
Setting the harrow tines .......................................................................................................107
Setting the exact harrow pressure .......................................................................................108
Adjusting the track marker length and working intensity .....................................................109
Adjusting blower fan speed..................................................................................................110
Setting the blower fan speed via the flow control valve of the tractor..................................110
Adjusting the blower fan speed on the machine's pressure relief valve ..............................111
Setting the tramline rhythm/counter.....................................................................................111
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Transportation ......................................................................................... 112
10
Use of the machine .................................................................................. 116
10.1
10.1.1
10.1.2
10.2
10.2.1
10.2.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
Folding the machine extension arms out/in .........................................................................118
Folding out the machine extension arms .............................................................................118
Folding in the machine extension arms ...............................................................................120
Filling the seed hopper.........................................................................................................122
Filling the seed hopper with a filling auger...........................................................................123
Filling the seed hopper from bulk bags................................................................................123
Starting work ........................................................................................................................124
Checking the seed planting depth .......................................................................................125
During the work....................................................................................................................126
Turning at end of the field ....................................................................................................126
End of work in the field.........................................................................................................127
Emptying the seed hopper and/or dosing unit .....................................................................128
11
Faults ........................................................................................................ 130
11.1
11.2
Residual volume indicator....................................................................................................130
Fault table ............................................................................................................................130
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Cleaning, maintenance and repairs........................................................ 131
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.3.1
12.4
12.4.1
12.4.2
12.4.2.1
12.5
12.5.1
12.5.2
12.5.3
12.5.4
12.5.5
12.5.6
12.5.7
12.6
12.6.1
12.6.2
12.6.3
12.6.4
12.7
12.7.1
12.7.2
12.7.3
12.7.4
12.8
12.8.1
12.8.1.1
Securing the connected machine ........................................................................................132
Securing the raised machine (workshop) ............................................................................132
Cleaning the machine ..........................................................................................................133
Clean the distributor head....................................................................................................134
Lubrication regulations.........................................................................................................135
Lubricants.............................................................................................................................135
Lubrication point overview ...................................................................................................136
Lubricating the lubrication nipples when the machine is folded out and lowered................136
Maintenance schedule – overview.......................................................................................138
Check the inflation pressure of the wedge ring tyres...........................................................140
Checking the inflation pressure of the stabilising wheels ....................................................140
Retighten wheel and hub screws (specialist workshop) ......................................................141
Servicing roller chains and chain wheels.............................................................................141
Servicing sowing shaft bearings ..........................................................................................141
Check oil level in Vario gearbox ..........................................................................................142
Visual inspection of the lower link pins ................................................................................142
Hydraulic system..................................................................................................................143
Labelling hydraulic hose lines ..............................................................................................144
Maintenance intervals ..........................................................................................................144
Inspection criteria for hydraulic hose lines...........................................................................144
Installation and removal of hydraulic hose lines ..................................................................145
Hydraulic service brake system ...........................................................................................146
Brake inspection (specialist workshop)................................................................................147
Checking the brake drum for dirt (specialist workshop).......................................................148
Brake lining inspection (specialist workshop) ......................................................................148
Grease replacement of the wheel hub bearings (specialist workshop) ...............................149
Workshop settings and repair work .....................................................................................150
Setting the tramline to the tractor's track (specialist workshop) ..........................................150
Adjusting the wheelmark spacing of the cultivating tractor (specialist workshop) ...............150
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12.8.1.2
12.8.2
12.8.3
12.9
Setting the tramline to the track width of the cultivating tractor (specialist workshop)........ 151
Setting the track marker for correct fitting in the transport bracket (workshop) .................. 153
Repairs to the pressure tank (workshop) ............................................................................ 154
Screw tightening torques..................................................................................................... 155
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Hydraulic diagram ................................................................................... 156
13.1
Hydraulic diagram Cayena 6000 ............................................................................. 156
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User Information
The User Information section supplies information on use of the operating manual.
1.1
Purpose of the document
This operating manual
1.2
•
Describes the operation and maintenance of the machine.
•
Provides important information on safe and efficient handling of
the machine.
•
Is a component part of the machine and should always be kept
with the machine or in the tractor vehicle.
•
Keep it in a safe place for future use.
Locations in the operating manual
All the directions specified in the operating manual are always seen
from the direction of travel.
1.3
Diagrams used
Handling instructions and reactions
Activities to be carried out by the user are given as numbered instructions. Always keep to the order of the handling instructions. The reaction to the handling instructions is given by an arrow. Example:
1. Handling instruction 1
→
Reaction of the machine to handling instruction 1
2. Handling instruction 2
Lists
Lists without an essential order are shown as a list with bullets. Example:
•
Point 1
•
Point 2
Number items in diagrams
Numbers in round brackets refer to the item numbers in the diagrams.
The first number refers to the diagram and the second number to the
item in the figure.
Example: (Fig. 3/6)
•
Figure 3
•
Item 6
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General Safety Instructions
This section contains important information on safe operation of the
machine.
2.1
Obligations and liability
Comply with the instructions in the operating manual
Knowledge of the basic safety information and safety regulations is a
basic requirement for safe handling and fault-free machine operation.
Obligations of the operator
The operator is obliged only to let those people work with/on the machine who
•
Are aware of the basic workplace safety information and accident prevention regulations.
•
Have received instruction in working with/on the machine.
•
Have read and understood this operating manual.
The operator is obliged
•
To keep all the warning pictograms on the machine in a legible
state.
•
To replace damaged warning pictograms.
Obligations of the user
Before starting work, anyone charged with working with/on the machine is obliged
•
To comply with the basic workplace safety instructions and accident prevention regulations.
•
To read and understand the "General safety information" section
of this operating manual.
•
To read the section "Warning pictograms and other signs on the
machine", on page 18 of this operating manual and to follow the
safety instructions of the warning symbols when operating the
machine.
•
To get to know the machine.
•
To read the sections of this operating manual, important for carrying out your work.
If the user discovers that a function is not working properly, then they
must eliminate this fault immediately. If this is not the task of the user
or if the user does not possess the appropriate technical knowledge,
then they should report this fault to their superior (operator).
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Risks in handling the machine
The machine has been constructed to the state-of-the art and the recognised rules of safety. However, there may be risks and restrictions
which occur when operating the machine
•
For the health and safety of the user or third persons.
•
For the machine.
•
For other goods.
Only use the machine
•
For the purpose for which it was intended.
•
In a perfect state of repair.
Eliminate any faults immediately which could impair safety.
Guarantee and liability
Our "General conditions of sales and business" are always applicable.
These shall be available to the operator, at the latest on the completion of the contract. Guarantee and liability claims for damage to people or goods will be excluded if they can be traced back to one or more of the following causes:
•
Improper use of the machine.
•
Improper installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the machine.
•
Operation of the machine with defective safety equipment or improperly attached or non-functioning safety equipment.
•
Non-compliance with the instructions in the operating manual regarding commissioning, operation and maintenance.
•
Unauthorised constructive changes to the machine.
•
Insufficient monitoring of machine parts which are subject to
wear.
•
Improperly executed repairs.
•
Disasters through the impact of foreign bodies and acts of God.
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2.2
Representation of safety symbols
Safety instructions are indicated by the triangular safety symbol and
the highlighted signal word. The signal word (DANGER, WARNING,
CAUTION) describes the gravity of the risk and has the following significance:
DANGER
Indicates an immediate high risk which will result in death or
serious physical injury (loss of body parts or long term damage) if not avoided.
If the instructions are not followed, then this will result in immediate death or serious physical injury.
WARNING
Indicates a medium risk, which could result in death or (serious)
physical injury if not avoided.
If the instructions are not followed, then this may result in death
or serious physical injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a low risk which could incur minor or medium level
physical injury or damage to property if not avoided.
IMPORTANT
Indicates an obligation to special behaviour or an activity required for
proper machine handling.
Non-compliance with these instructions can cause faults on the machine or in the environment.
NOTE
Indicates handling tips and particularly useful information.
These instructions will help you to use all the functions of your machine to the optimum.
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2.3
Organisational measures
The operator must provide the necessary personal protective equipment, such as:
•
Protective glasses
•
Protective shoes
•
Protective suit
•
Skin protection, etc.
The operating manual
•
Must always be kept at the place at which the machine is operated.
•
Must always be easily accessible for the user and maintenance
personnel.
Check all the available safety equipment regularly.
2.4
Safety and protection equipment
Before each commissioning of the machine, all the safety and protection equipment must be properly attached and fully functional. Check
all the safety and protection equipment regularly.
Faulty safety equipment
Faulty or disassembled safety and protection equipment can lead to
dangerous situations.
2.5
Informal safety measures
As well as all the safety information in this operating manual, comply
with the general, national regulations pertaining to accident prevention
and environmental protection.
When driving on public roads and routes, then you should comply with
the statutory road traffic regulations.
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2.6
Training of personnel
Only those people who have been trained and instructed may work
with/on the machine. The operator must clearly specify the responsibilities of the people charged with operation, maintenance and repair
work.
People being trained may only work with/on the machine under the
supervision of an experienced person.
People
Activity
Person spePerson with specialist
Trained person
cially trained for
training (specialist work2)
the activity 1)
shop) 3)
Loading/Transport
X
X
X
Commissioning
⎯
X
⎯
Set-up, tool installation
⎯
⎯
X
Operation
⎯
X
⎯
Maintenance
⎯
⎯
X
Troubleshooting and fault elimination
⎯
X
X
Disposal
X
⎯
⎯
Legend:
X..allowed
⎯..not allowed
1)
A person who can assume a specific task and who can carry out
this task for an appropriately qualified company.
2)
A person shall be considered as having been instructed, if they
have been instructed in the tasks they have to carry out and in
the possible risks in the case of improper behaviour and also
have been informed about the necessary protective equipment
and measures.
3)
People with specialist technical training shall be considered as a
specialist. Due to their specialist training and their knowledge of
the appropriate regulations, they can evaluate the work with
which they have been charged and detect possible dangers.
Comment:
A qualification equivalent to specialist training can be obtained
through long term activity in the appropriate field of work.
Only a specialist workshop may carry out maintenance and repair
work on the machine, if such work is additionally marked "Workshop". The personnel of a specialist workshop shall possess the appropriate knowledge and suitable aids (tools, lifting and support
equipment) for carrying out the maintenance and repair work on the
machine in a way which is both appropriate and safe.
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2.7
Safety measures in normal operation
Only operate the machine if all the safety and protection equipment is
fully functional.
Check the machine at least once a day for visible damage and check
the function of the safety and protection equipment.
2.8
Dangers from residual energy
Note that there may be residual mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and
electrical/electronic energy on the machine.
Use appropriate measures to inform the operating personnel. You can
find detailed information in the relevant sections of this operating manual.
2.9
Maintenance and repair work, fault elimination
Carry out prescribed setting, maintenance and inspection work in
good time.
Secure all media such as compressed air and the hydraulic system
against unintentional start-up.
Carefully fix and secure larger subassemblies to lifting gear when carrying out replacement work.
Check all the screw connections for a firm seat. On completing maintenance work, check the function of safety and protection equipment.
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2.10
Constructive changes
You may make no changes, expansions or modifications to the machine without the authorisation of AMAZONEN-WERKE. This
is also valid when welding support parts.
Any expansion or modification work shall require the written approval
of AMAZONEN-WERKE. Only use the modification and accessory parts released by AMAZONEN-WERKE so that the operating permit, for example, remains valid in accordance with national
and international regulations.
Vehicles with an official type approval or with equipment connected to
a vehicle with a valid type approval or approval for road transport according to the German road traffic regulations must be in the state
specified by the approval.
WARNING
Risk of contusions, cuts, dragging, catching or knocks from
support parts.
It is forbidden to:
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•
Drill holes in the frame or on the running gear.
•
Increasing the size of existing holes on the frame or the running
gear.
•
Welding support parts.
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2.10.1
Spare and wear parts and aids
Immediately replace any machine parts which are not in a perfect state.
Use only genuine
spare and wear parts or the
parts cleared by AMAZONEN-WERKE so that the operating
permit retains its validity in accordance with national and international
regulations. The use of wear and spare parts from third parties does
not guarantee that they have been constructed in a way as to meet
the requirements placed on them.
AMAZONEN-WERKE accepts no liability for damage arising
from the use of non-released spare parts, wear parts or auxiliary materials.
2.11
Cleaning and disposal
Handle and dispose of any materials used carefully, in particular
2.12
•
When carrying out work on lubrication systems and equipment
and
•
When cleaning using solvents.
User workstation
The machine may be operated by only one person sitting in the
driver's seat of the tractor.
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2.13
Warning pictograms and other signs on the machine
Always keep all the warning pictograms of the machine clean and in
a legible state. Replace illegible warning pictograms. You can obtain
the warning pictograms from your dealer using the order number
(e.g. MD 075).
Warning pictograms - structure
Warning pictograms indicate dangers on the machine and warn
against residual dangers. At these points, there are permanent or unexpected dangers.
A warning pictogram consists of two fields:
Field 1
is a pictogram describing the danger, surrounded by triangular safety
symbol.
Field 2
is a pictogram showing how to avoid the danger.
Warning symbols - explanation
The column Order number and explanation provides an explanation
of the neighbouring warning pictogram. The description of the warning
pictograms is always the same and specifies, in the following order:
1. A description of the danger.
For example: danger of cutting!
2. The consequence of non-compliance with the danger protection
instructions.
For example: causes serious injuries to fingers or hands.
3. Instructions for avoiding the danger.
For example: only touch machine parts when they have come to
a complete standstill.
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Order number and explanation
Warning pictograms
MD 076
Danger of your hand or arm being drawn in or
caught by a power driven, unprotected chain
or belt drive!
This hazard can cause extremely serious injuries
with the loss of parts of the hand or arm.
Never open or remove the guard devices on
chains or belt drives
•
as long as the tractor engine is running with
the PTO shaft connected / hydraulic drive
engaged
•
or the ground wheel drive is moving.
MD 078
Risk of contusions for fingers or hands
through accessible moving machine parts!
This danger would cause extremely serious injuries with the loss of body parts such as fingers or
hands.
Never reach into the danger area when the tractor engine is running with cardan shaft / hydraulic
system connected.
MD 080
Risk of contusions to torso in the bend area
of the drawbar due to sudden steering movements!
This danger will cause serious injuries to the torso or death.
It is forbidden to stand in the danger area between the tractor and the machine for as long as
the tractor engine is running and the tractor is
unprotected against unintentional rolling.
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MD 082
Risk of falling from treads and platforms
when riding on the machine.
This danger will cause serious injuries anywhere
on the body or death.
It is forbidden to ride on the machine and/or climb
the running machine. This ban also applies to
machines with treads or platforms.
Ensure that no-one rides with the machine.
MD 083
Risk of your arm or upper torso being drawn
in or caught by power driven, unprotected
machine elements.
This danger can cause extremely serious injuries
to the arm or upper torso.
Never open or remove guard devices from driven
machine elements when the tractor engine is
running with the PTO shaft connected / hydraulic
drive engaged.
MD 084
Risk of contusions over the whole body from
machine parts moving down from above!
This danger will cause serious injuries anywhere
on the body or death.
It is forbidden to stand in the swivel area of moving machine parts.
Instruct people to leave the swivel area of moving
machine parts before the machine parts move
down.
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MD 090
Risk of contusions from unintentional rolling
of the uncoupled, unsecured machine!
This danger will cause serious injuries anywhere
on the body or death.
Secure the machine against unintentional rolling,
before uncoupling the machine from the tractor.
For this, use the tractor parking brake and/or the
wheel chock(s).
MD 095
Read and understand the operating manual safety information before starting up the machine!
MD 096
Danger of infection to the whole body from
liquids escaping at a high pressure (hydraulic
fluid)!
This danger will cause serious injuries over the
whole body, if hydraulic fluid escaping at high
pressure passes through the skin and into the
body.
Never attempt to plug leaks in hydraulic hose lines using your hand or fingers.
Read and understand the information in the operating manual before carrying out maintenance
and repair work.
If you are injured by hydraulic fluid, contact a
doctor immediately.
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MD 097
Danger of crushing your torso in the stroke
range of the three-point suspension due to
the narrowing spaces when the three-point
hydraulic system is actuated!
This danger causes extremely serious injuries
and even death.
Personnel are prohibited from entering the stroke
area of the three-point suspension when the
three-point hydraulics are actuated.
Only actuate the operator controls for the tractor's three-point hydraulic system
•
from the intended workstation.
•
if you are outside of the danger area between the tractor and the machine.
MD 101
This pictogram shows application points for lifting
gear (jack).
MD 102
Danger from unintentional machine starting
and rolling during intervention in the machine, e.g. installation, adjusting, troubleshooting, cleaning, maintaining and repairing.
This danger will cause serious injuries anywhere
on the body or death.
•
Secure the tractor and the machine against
unintentional start-up and rolling before any
intervention in the machine.
•
Depending on the type of intervention, read
and understand the information in the relevant sections of the operating manual.
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MD 104
Danger of your torso getting crushed by laterally swivelling machine parts!
This danger will cause serious injuries to the torso or death.
Maintain a sufficient safety distance between you
and any moving machinery parts.
It is forbidden to stand in the swivel area of moving machine parts.
Ensure that all personnel maintain a sufficient
safety distance from moving machine parts.
Instruct personnel to leave the swivelling area of
any moving machine parts before you swivel the
machine parts.
MD 108
Danger from accumulators under gas or oil
pressure!
This danger will cause serious injuries over the
whole body, if hydraulic fluid escaping at high
pressure passes through the skin and into the
body.
Prior to all work on the hydraulic system read
and take heed of the directions in the operating
manual.
If you are injured by hydraulic fluid, contact a
doctor immediately.
MD 115
The maximum operating pressure of the hydraulic system is 200 bar.
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MD 181
Check the security of wheel nuts 10 operating
hours after a wheel change.
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2.13.1
Positioning of warning pictograms and other labels
Warning pictograms
The following diagrams show the arrangement of the warning pictograms on the machine.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
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Fig. 3
Fig. 4
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Fig. 5
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2.14
Dangers if the safety information is not observed
Nonobservance of the safety information
•
Can pose both a danger to people and to the environment and
machine.
•
Can lead to the loss of all warranty claims.
Seen individually, non-compliance with the safety information could
pose the following risks:
2.15
•
Danger to people through non-secured working areas.
•
Failure of important machine functions.
•
Failure of prescribed methods of maintenance and repair.
•
Danger to people through mechanical and chemical impacts.
•
Risk to environment through leakage of hydraulic fluid.
Safety-conscious working
Besides the safety information in this operating manual, the national
general workplace safety and accident prevention regulations are binding.
Comply with the accident prevention instructions on the warning pictograms.
When driving on public roads and routes, comply with the appropriate
statutory road traffic regulations.
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2.16
Safety information for users
WARNING
Risk of crushing, cutting, being trapped or drawn in, or impact
through inadequate roadworthiness and operational safety.
Before starting up the machine and the tractor, always check their
traffic and operational safety.
2.16.1
General safety and accident prevention information
•
Beside these instructions, comply with the general valid national
safety and accident prevention regulations.
•
The warning pictograms and labels attached to the machine provide important information on safe machine operation. Compliance with this information guarantees your safety!
•
Before moving off and starting up the machine, check the immediate area of the machine (children). Ensure that you can see
clearly.
•
It is forbidden to ride on the machine or use it as a means of
transport!
•
Drive in such a way that you always have full control over the tractor
with the attached machine.
In so doing, take your personal abilities into account, as well as
the road, traffic, visibility and weather conditions, the driving characteristics of the tractor and the connected machine.
Connecting and disconnecting the machine
•
Only connect and transport the machine with tractors suitable for
the task.
•
When connecting machines to the tractor's three-point hydraulic
system, the attachment categories of the tractor and the machine must always be the same!
•
Connect the machine to the prescribed equipment in accordance
with the specifications.
•
When coupling machines to the front or the rear of the tractor,
the following may not be exceeded:
ο
The approved total tractor weight
ο
The approved tractor axle loads
ο
The approved load capacities of the tractor tyres.
•
Secure the tractor and the machine against unintentional rolling
away before coupling or uncoupling the machine.
•
It is forbidden for people to stand between the machine to be
coupled and the tractor, whilst the tractor is moving towards the
machine!
Any helpers may only act as guides standing next to the vehicles, and may only move between the vehicles when both are at
a standstill.
•
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Secure the operating lever of the tractor hydraulic system so that
unintentional raising or lowering is impossible, before connecting
the machine to or disconnecting the machine from the tractor
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three-point hydraulic system.
•
When coupling and uncoupling machines, move the support
equipment (if available) to the appropriate position (stability).
•
When actuating the support equipment, there is a danger of injury from contusion and cutting points!
•
Be particularly careful when coupling the machine to the tractor
or uncoupling it from the tractor! There are contusion and cutting
points in the area of the coupling point between the tractor and
the machine.
•
It is forbidden to stand between the tractor and the machine
when actuating the three-point hydraulic system.
•
Coupled supply lines:
ο
Must easily give way to all movements in bends without
tensioning, kinking or rubbing.
ο
May not scour other parts.
•
The release ropes for quick action couplings must hang loosely
and may not release themselves when lowered.
•
Also ensure that uncoupled machines are stable!
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Use of the machine
•
Before starting work, ensure that you understand all the equipment and actuation elements of the machine and their function.
There is no time for this when the machine is already in operation!
•
Do not wear loose-fitting clothing! Loose clothing increases the
risk over being caught by drive shafts!
•
Only start-up the machine, when all the safety equipment has
been attached and is in the safety position.
•
Comply with the maximum load of the connected machine and
the approved axle and drawbar loads of the tractor. If necessary,
drive only with a partially filled seed hopper.
•
It is forbidden to stand in the working area of the machine.
•
It is forbidden to stand in the turning and rotation area of the machine.
•
There are contusion and cutting points at externally actuated
(e.g. hydraulic) machine points.
•
Only actuate externally-actuated machine parts when you are
sure that there is no-one within a sufficient distance from the
machine.
•
Secure the tractor against unintentional start-up and rolling, before you leave the tractor.
For this:
ο
Lower the machine onto the ground.
ο
Apply the tractor parking brake.
ο
Switch off the tractor engine.
ο
Remove the ignition key.
Machine transportation
•
Comply with the national road traffic regulations when using public highways.
•
Before moving off, check:
•
ο
The correct connection of the supply lines
ο
the lighting system for damage, function and cleanliness
ο
The brake and hydraulic system for visible damage.
ο
That the tractor parking brake is released completely.
ο
The function of the brake system.
Ensure that the tractor has sufficient steering and braking power.
Any machines and front/rear weights connected to the tractor influence the driving behaviour and the steering and braking power
of the tractor.
•
If necessary, use front weights.
The front tractor axle must always be loaded with at least 20% of
the empty tractor weight, in order to ensure sufficient steering
power.
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•
Always fix the front or rear weights to the intended fixing points
according to regulations.
•
Comply with the maximum load of the connected machine and
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the approved axle and drawbar loads of the tractor.
•
The tractor must guarantee the prescribed brake delay for the
loaded vehicle combination (tractor plus connected machine).
•
Check the brake power before moving off.
•
When turning corners with the machine connected, take the
broad load and balance weight of the machine into account.
•
Before moving off, ensure sufficient side locking of the tractor
lower links, when the machine is fixed to the three-point hydraulic system or lower links of the tractor.
•
Before moving off, move all the swivel machine parts to the
transport position.
•
Before moving off, secure all the swivel machine parts in the
transport position against risky position changes. Use the transport safety catches intended for this.
•
Before transporting, secure the operating lever of the three-point
hydraulic system against the unintentional raising or lowering of
the connected/hitched machine.
•
Check that the transport equipment, e.g. lighting, warning
equipment and protective equipment, is correctly mounted on the
machine.
•
Before transportation, carry out a visual check that the upper and
lower link pins are firmly fixed with the lynch pin against unintentional release.
•
Adjust your driving speed to the prevailing conditions.
•
Before driving downhill, switch to a low gear.
•
Before moving off, always switch off the independent wheel
braking (lock the pedals).
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2.16.2
Hydraulic system
•
The hydraulic system is under a high pressure.
•
Ensure that the hydraulic hose lines are connected correctly.
•
When connecting the hydraulic hose lines, ensure that the hydraulic system is depressurised on both the machine and tractor
sides.
•
It is forbidden to block the operator controls on the tractor which
are used for hydraulic and electrical movements of components,
e.g. folding, swivelling and pushing movements. The movement
must stop automatically when you release the appropriate control. This does not apply to equipment movements that:
•
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ο
Are continuous or
ο
Are automatically locked or
ο
Require a float position or pressure position due to their
function.
Before working on the hydraulic system
ο
Lower the machine.
ο
Depressurise the hydraulic system.
ο
Switch off the tractor engine.
ο
Apply the tractor parking brake
ο
Take out the ignition key.
•
Have the hydraulic hose lines checked at least once a year by a
specialist for proper functioning.
•
Replace the hydraulic hose line if it is damaged or worn. Only
hydraulic hose lines.
use original
•
The hydraulic hose lines should not be used for longer than six
years, including any storage time of maximum two years. Even
with proper storage and approved use, hoses and hose connections are subject to natural ageing, thus limiting the length of
use. However, it may be possible to specify the length of use
from experience values, in particular when taking the risk potential into account. In the case of hoses and hose connections made from thermoplastics, other guide values may be decisive.
•
Never attempt to plug leaks in hydraulic lines using your hand or
fingers.
Escaping high pressure fluid (hydraulic fluid) may pass through
the skin and ingress into the body, causing serious injuries.
If you are injured by hydraulic fluid, contact a doctor immediately.
Danger of infection.
•
When searching for leakage points, use suitable aids, to avoid
the serious risk of infection.
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2.16.3
2.16.4
Electrical system
•
When working on the electrical system, always disconnect the
battery (negative terminal).
•
Only use the prescribed fuses. If fuses are used that are too
highly rated, the electrical system will be destroyed – danger of
fire!
•
Ensure that the battery is connected correctly - firstly connect the
positive terminal and then connect the negative terminal. When
disconnecting the battery, disconnect the negative terminal first,
followed by the positive terminal.
•
Always place the appropriate cover over the positive battery terminal. If there is accidental earth contact, there is a danger of
explosion!
•
Danger of explosion! Avoid the production of sparks and naked
flames in the vicinity of the battery!
•
The machine can be equipped with electronic components, the
function of which may be influenced by electromagnetic interference from other units. Such interference can pose risks to people, if the following safety information is not followed.
ο
In the case of retrofitting of electrical units and/or components on the machine, with a connection to the on-board
power supply, the user must check whether the installation
might cause faults on the vehicle electronics or other components.
ο
Ensure that the retrofitted electrical and electronic components comply with the EMC directive 89/336/EEC in the appropriate version and carry the CE mark.
Attached machines
•
Comply with the approved combination options for the attachment equipment on the tractor and the machine drawbar.
Only couple approved combinations of vehicles (tractor and attached machine).
•
In the case of single axle machines, observe the maximum permitted drawbar load of the tractor on the attachment equipment.
•
Ensure that the tractor has sufficient steering and braking power.
Machines connected to a tractor can influence your driving behaviour, as well as the steering and braking power of the tractor,
in particular in the case of single axle machines with the drawbar
load on the tractor.
•
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Only a specialist workshop may adjust the height of the drawbar
on yoke bars with a drawbar load.
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2.16.5
Brake system
•
Only specialist workshops or recognised brake service may carry
out adjustment and repair work on the brake system.
•
Have the brake system checked regularly.
•
If there are any functional faults in the brake system, stop the
tractor immediately. Have any malfunctions rectified immediately.
•
Before performing any work on the braking system, park the machine safely and secure the machine against unintentional lowering and rolling away (wheel chocks)!
•
Be particularly careful when carrying out any welding, burning or
drilling work in the area of the brake lines.
•
After carrying out any adjusting and repair work on the brake
system, always carry out a brake test.
•
Hydraulic brake systems are not approved in Germany.
•
When filling up or replacing the brake fluid, use the prescribed
hydraulic fluids. When replacing the hydraulic fluids, comply with
the appropriate regulations.
•
Repair work on tyres and wheels may only be carried out by
specialists with suitable installation tools.
•
Check the air pressure at regular intervals.
•
Observe the specified air pressure. If the air pressure in the tyres
is too high, then there is a risk of explosions!
•
Park the machine in a safe place and lock the machine against
unintentional falling and rolling (parking brake, wheel chocks),
before carrying out work on the tyres.
•
Tighten or retighten all the fixing screws and nuts in accordance
with the specifications of AMAZONEN-WERKE.
Hydraulic brake system
2.16.6
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Tyres
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2.16.7
2.16.8
Operation of the seed drill
•
Observe the permissible filling quantity of the seed hopper.
•
Only fill the seed hopper using the ladder and the platform.
It is forbidden to ride on the machine during operation!
•
During the calibration test, note the danger points from rotating
and oscillating machine parts.
•
Do not place any parts in the seed hopper.
•
Before transportation, lock the track marker (constructiondependent) in the transport position.
Universal joint shaft operation
•
You may only attach or detach the machine from the universal
joint shaft if
ο
The universal joint shaft is switched off
ο
The tractor engine is switched off
ο
The ignition key has been removed
•
Always ensure that the machine is correctly fitted and secured.
•
Before switching on the universal joint shaft, check whether
•
ο
People are present in the danger area of the machine
ο
The selected universal joint shaft speed of the tractor corresponds to the permissible drive speed of the machine
When work is being carried out on the universal joint shaft, personnel must
ο
Stay clear of the rotating universal joint shaft
ο
Stay clear of the danger area of the machine
•
Never switch on the universal joint shaft when the tractor engine
is not running.
•
Caution: Once the universal joint shaft is switched off, the subsequent inertia of rotating machine parts poses a risk of injury.
Stay clear of the machine during this time. You should only start
work on the machine once all machine parts are at a complete
standstill.
•
You may only clean, lubricate or adjust universal joint shaftdriven machines if
ο
The universal joint shaft is switched off
ο
The tractor engine is switched off
ο
The ignition key has been removed
•
Once the machine has been detached, mount the protective
sleeve on the universal joint shaft stub.
•
When using the travel-dependent universal joint shaft, note that
the universal joint shaft speed depends on the drive speed, and
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that the direction of rotation reverses when you drive in reverse.
2.16.9
Cleaning, maintenance and repairs
•
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Only carry out cleaning, maintenance and repair work on the
machine when:
ο
The drive is switched off
ο
The tractor engine is at a standstill.
ο
The ignition key has been removed
ο
The machine's connector has been disconnected from the
on-board computer.
•
Regularly check the nuts and bolts for a firm seat and retighten
them as necessary.
•
Secure the raised machine and/or raised machine parts against
unintentional lowering before performing any cleaning, maintenance or repair work on the machine!
•
When replacing work tools with blades, use suitable tools and
gloves.
•
Dispose of oils, greases and filters in the appropriate way.
•
Disconnect the cable to the tractor generator and battery, before
carrying out electrical welding work on the tractor and on attached machines.
•
Spare parts must meet at least the specified technical requirements of AMAZONEN-WERKE! This is ensured through
the use of original
spare parts.
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3
Loading and unloading
Loading and unloading with a tractor
WARNING
There is a risk of an accident when the tractor is unsuitable and
the machine brake system is not connected to the tractor or is
filled.
•
Correctly couple the machine to the tractor, before loading the
machine onto a transport vehicle or unloading it from a transport vehicle.
•
You may only couple and transport the machine with a tractor
for loading and unloading, as long as the tractor fulfils the power requirements.
Connect the Cayena to a suitable tractor to load
it on, or unload it from, a transport vehicle (see
section "Commissioning", on page 78 and section "Coupling and uncoupling the machine", on
page 87).
Make the following connections on the tractor
•
all service brake connections
•
all hydraulic connections
•
the free return line of the hydraulic fan connection.
Connection of the control terminal
is not required.
Fig. 6
WARNING
A marshalling person is required for the loading and unloading.
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3.1
Loading the Cayena
1. Put the Cayena in the transport position
(see section "Transportation", on page
112).
2. Lift the Cayena completely via the integrated running gear (via control unit 1, see
section 7.1.1, on page 92).
3. Push the Cayena carefully backwards onto
the transport vehicle.
A marshalling person is required for loading.
Fig. 7
4. Lower the Cayena fully (control unit 1, see
section 7.1.1, on page 92) as soon as the
Cayena has reached its transport position
on the transport vehicle.
5. Secure the Cayena in accordance with the
instructions.
Bear in mind that the Cayena has no parking brake.
6. Disconnect the tractor from the machine.
Fig. 8
3.2
Unloading the Cayena
1. Couple the Cayena to the tractor (see section "3", on page 37).
2. Remove the transport safety catch.
3. Raise the complete Cayena via the integrated running gear and
pull it carefully off the transport vehicle.
A marshalling person is required for unloading.
4. After unloading uncouple the machine from the tractor (see section 7.1.1, on page 92).
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4
Product description
This section:
•
Provides a comprehensive overview of the machine structure.
•
Provides the names of the individual modules and controls.
Read this section when actually at the machine. This helps you to understand the machine better.
Main assemblies of the machine
Fig. 9
(1) Seed hopper
(6) Tapered tyres with integrated running gear
(2) Seed distributor head
(7) Support wheel (optional)
(3) Seed hoses
(8) Track marker
(4) Tine coulter
(5) Exact harrow tines
(to close the seed furrow)
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4.1
Overview of subassemblies
Fig. 10/...
Operator terminal
Fig. 10
Fig. 11/...
(1) Tensioned crosspiece
(2) Drawbar, extendable
(3) Sustainer, extendable
(4) Star wheel
(5) Step
Fig. 11
Fig. 12/...
Fixtures for supply lines
Fig. 12
Fig. 12/...
(1) Roller holder for stowing
ο
of the operating manual
ο
of the dosing rollers
ο
of the digital scales.
Fig. 13
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Fig. 14/...
Tine coulter
Fig. 14
Fig. 15/...
Blower fan for seed delivery with oil cooler
(optional, in combination with universal joint
shaft drive)
Fig. 15
Fig. 16/...
(1) Vario gearbox
(2) Calibration crank (in transport bracket)
(3) Injector sluice
(4) Calibration trough
(in mounting for calibration test)
Fig. 16
Fig. 17/...
(1) Seed dosing unit
(2) Injector sluice
Fig. 17
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Safety and protection equipment
Fig. 18/…
(1) Guard screen
Fig. 18
Fig. 19/…
(1) Charging sieve
(serves as guard screen in seed hopper)
Fig. 19
Fig. 20/…
(1) Machine extension arm lock for transportation
Fig. 20
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4.3
Overview – Supply lines between the tractor and the machine
Fig. 21
Machine side (Cayena)
Tractor side
Fig. 21/…
2
Doubleacting
3
Doubleacting
Singleacting or
4
doubleacting
Pressureless line
Hydraulic line
Tractor control unit
Double1
acting
Running direction
Marking
Function
(1)
Feed line
1 cable tie, yellow
•
(1a)
Return line
2 cable ties, yellow
Lowering / lifting integrated running gear
•
Lowering / lifting the star wheel
(2)
Feed line
1 cable tie, green
•
(2a)
Return line
2 cable ties, green •
Folding the machine extension
arms
Lowering / lifting the track marker
(3)
Feed line
1 cable tie, blue
(3a)
Return line
2 cable tie, blue
(4)
Feed line 1)
1 cable tie, red
(5)
Return line 2)
2 cable ties, red
Working depth adjustment of
tine coulters
(optional)
Hydraulic fan motor
1)
Pressure hose with priority
2)
Pressureless hose (see section "Installation instructions for blower fan connection to tractor hydraulics",
on page 86).
Fig. 21/…
Designation
Marking
Function
(6)
Hydraulic brake line
Hydraulic brake system:
(7)
Machine plug
On-board computer
(8)
Connector (7-pin)
Road traffic lighting system
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4.4
Transportation equipment
Fig. 22/...
(1) 2 rear-facing warning signs
(2) 1 speed sign
Fig. 22
Fig. 23/...
(1) 2 rear-facing
turn indicators
(2) 2 reflectors, yellow.
(3) 2 brake and rear lights
(4) 2 red reflectors
(5) 1 light for licence plate
(6) 2 reflectors, triangular
Fig. 23
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Fig. 24/...
(1) 2 forwards-facing warning signs
Fig. 24
Fig. 25/...
(1) 2 limiting lights pointing forwards
(2) 2 forwards-facing turn indicators
Fig. 25
Fig. 26/...
(1) 2 x 4 spotlights, yellow,
(laterally with a max. spacing of 3 m)
Fig. 26
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4.5
Intended use
The machine
•
Is designed for metering and placing customary seeds.
•
Is coupled to a tractor using the lower tractor links and is operated by an additional person.
Slopes can be travelled
•
•
Along the contours
Direction of travel to left
10 %
Direction of travel to right
10 %
Along the gradient
Up the slope
10 %
Down the slope
10 %
The intended use also includes:
•
Compliance with all the instructions in this operating manual.
•
Compliance with inspection and maintenance specifications.
•
Exclusive use of original
spare parts.
Other uses to those specified above are forbidden and shall be considered as improper.
For any damage resulting from improper use:
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•
The operator bears the sole responsibility.
•
AMAZONEN-WERKE assumes no liability whatsoever.
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4.6
Danger area and danger points
The danger area is the area around the machine in which people can
be caught:
•
By work movements made by the machine and its tools
•
By materials or foreign bodies thrown out of the machine
•
By tools rising or falling unintentionally.
•
By unintentional rolling of the tractor and the machine.
Within the machine danger area, there are danger points with permanent or unexpected risks. Warning pictograms indicate these danger
points and warn against residual dangers, which cannot be eliminated
for construction reasons. Here, the special safety regulations of the
appropriate section shall be valid.
No one may stand in the machine danger area:
•
While the tractor engine is running with the universal joint shaft /
hydraulic system connected.
•
as long as the tractor and machine are not protected against unintentional start-up and running.
The operating person may only move the machine or switch or drive
the tools from the transport position to the working position or viceversa when there is no-one in the machine danger area.
Danger points exist:
•
Between the tractor and the machine, particularly when coupling
and uncoupling and when filling the seed hopper
•
In the area of moving parts.
•
In the area of the swivelling machine extension arms.
•
In the area of the swivelling track marker.
•
In the area of the swivelling tapered ring tyres.
•
Underneath raised, unsecured machines or parts of machines.
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4.7
Rating plate and CE mark
The following illustrations show the arrangement of the rating plate
(Fig. 27/1) and of the CE mark (Fig. 27/2).
The type plate shows:
•
Vehicle ID No.
(Machine ID No.)
•
Type
•
Year of manufacture
•
Basic weight, kg
•
Perm. laden weight, kg
•
Perm. axle load, front / support load, kg
•
Perm. axle load, kg
•
Permissible system pressure, bar
•
Factory
Fig. 27
The CE mark (Fig. 28) on the machine signalises
compliance with the stipulations of the valid EU
directives.
Fig. 28
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4.8
Technical Data
Cayena 6000
Working width
[m]
6.0
Row spacing of the coulter
[cm]
16,6
Number of sowing units
Seed hopper capacity
Payload (on field)
Working speed
Power requirement (from)
Oil flow rate (minimum)
Max. hydraulic working pressure
Electrical system
36
[l]
2800
[kg]
3000
[km/h]
8 - 15
[kW/bhp]
100 / 136
[l/min]
80
[bar]
200
[V]
12 (7-pin)
Gearbox/hydraulic fluid
Transmission/hydraulic fluid
Utto SAE 80W API GL4
Coupling point category
Cat. III
Transport running gear
Integrated with 4 running wheels
Number of tapered ring tyres
Continuous acoustic pressure level
12
[dB(A)]
74
Total length (in working position)
[mm]
6850
Total height (in working position)
[mm]
2630
[kg]
3000
Maximum drawbar
load with full seed hopper
(on the field)
Service brake system
(connection to tractor)
1)
Hydraulic braking system
1)
Not allowed in Germany and in several other countries.
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Road transport data (only with an empty seed hopper!)
Total width (in transport position)
Total length (in transport position)
Total height (in transport position)
[m]
[m]
[m]
Cayena 6000
2,9
6,85
3,9
Empty weight (basic weight)
[kg]
5500
Permissible total weight
[kg]
6000
Perm. axle load
[kg]
4100
Perm. drawbar load (FH)
when driving on the road
(see rating plate)
[kg]
2200
Maximum payload for transport journeys
[kg]
220
[km/h]
25
Perm. maximum speed on all non-public roads, public roads and
public ways.
4.9
Conformity
Directives / standards
The machine fulfils the:
4.10
•
Machines directive 98/37/EC
•
EMC directive 89/336/EEC
Necessary tractor equipment
For operation of the machine in compliance with the intended use the
tractor must fulfil the following requirements.
Tractor engine power
Cayena 6000
from 100 kW (136 bhp) upwards
Electrical system
Battery voltage:
12 V (volts)
Lighting socket:
7-pin
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Hydraulic system
Maximum operating pressure: 200 bar
Tractor pump power:
At least 80 l/min at 150 bar
Machine hydraulic fluid:
transmission/hydraulic fluid Utto SAE 80W API GL4
The machine hydraulic/transmission fluid is suitable for the combined
hydraulic/transmission fluid circuits of all standard makes of tractor.
Control unit 1:
Double-acting control unit
Control unit 2:
Double-acting control unit
Control unit 3:
Double-acting control unit (optional)
Control unit 4:
1 single-acting or double-acting control unit with priority control for the
feed line
1 unpressurised return line with a large plug coupling (DN 16) for the pressure-free oil return flow. In
the return line the banking-up pressure must be 10 bar at the maximum.
Service brake system
Hydraulic brake system:
1 hydraulic coupling in accordance with ISO 5676
The hydraulic braking system is not permitted in Germany and several other EU countries.
4.11
Noise production data
The workplace-related emission value (acoustic pressure level) is 74
dB(A), measured in operating condition at the ear of the tractor driver
with the cabin closed.
Measuring unit: OPTAC SLM 5.
The noise level is primarily dependent on the vehicle used.
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5
Design and function
The following section provides information on the machine structure
and the functions of the individual components.
Fig. 29
The Cayena allows sowing with or without previous soil cultivation
in a single work process. The tine coulters allow sowing on firm soils
that are sometimes unsuitable for traditional coulters.
The seed is carried along in the seed hopper (Fig. 29/1).
The preset seed volume passes from the seed doser (Fig. 29/2),
which is driven by a star wheel (Fig. 29/3) via the Vario gearbox (Fig.
29/4), into the air stream generated by the fan.
The air stream conveys the seed to the distributor head (Fig. 29/5),
which distributes the seed uniformly onto all the tine coulters (Fig.
29/6).
For seed placement, the "on grip" tine coulters push into the soil. In
this way the tine coulters, supported on the following wedge ring roller
(Fig. 29/7) and the support wheels (optional, Fig. 29/8), maintain a
constant seed placement depth. The seed placement depth is adjustable. The seed is covered with loose soil by the adjustable exact harrow (Fig. 29/9).
The track markers (Fig. 29/10) mark the field connection run in the
centre of the tractor.
The machine can be folded up to a transport width of 3 m.
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5.1
Hydraulic hose lines
WARNING
Danger of infection from escaping hydraulic fluid at high pressure.
When coupling and uncoupling the hydraulic hose lines, ensure that
the hydraulic system is depressurised on both the machine and tractor sides.
If you are injured by hydraulic fluid, contact a doctor immediately.
5.1.1
Coupling the hydraulic hose lines
WARNING
Risk of crushing, cutting, being trapped or drawn in, or impact
through faulty hydraulic functions when hydraulic hose lines
are incorrectly connected.
When coupling the hydraulic hose lines, observe the coloured markings on the hydraulic plugs.
•
Check the compatibility of the hydraulic fluids before connecting
the machine to the hydraulic system of the tractor.
Do not mix any mineral oils with biological oils.
•
Observe the maximum approved hydraulic fluid pressure of 200
bar.
•
Only couple clean hydraulic connectors.
•
Push the hydraulic push-fit connector(s) into the hydraulic sockets until the hydraulic connector(s) perceivably lock(s).
•
Check the coupling points of the hydraulic hose lines for a correct, tight seat.
1. Swivel the actuation lever on the control
valve on the tractor to float position (neutral
position).
2. Clean the hydraulic connectors of the hydraulic hose lines before you couple the hydraulic hose lines to the tractor.
3. Connect the hydraulic hose line(s) to the
tractor control unit(s).
Fig. 30
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5.1.2
Uncoupling the hydraulic hose lines
1. Swivel the actuation lever on the control
valve on the tractor to float position (neutral
position).
2. Unlock the hydraulic connectors from the
hydraulic sockets.
3. Safeguard the hydraulic connectors and
hydraulic connector sockets against soiling
with the dust protection caps.
4. Place the hydraulic hose lines in the hose
cabinet.
Fig. 31
5.2
Hydraulic service brake system
To control the Cayena hydraulic service brake system, the tractor requires hydraulic braking equipment (not allowed in Germany and several other EU countries).
5.2.1
Coupling the hydraulic service brake system
Prevent oil contamination through unclean hydraulic couplings.
1. Remove the protective cap (Fig. 34/1).
2. If necessary, clean the hydraulic connectors
(Fig. 32) and hydraulic socket.
3. Connect the hydraulic socket on the machine face with the hydraulic connector on
the tractor face.
Fig. 32
DANGER
Check the routing of the brake line. The brake line must not
chafe on foreign parts.
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5.2.2
Uncoupling the hydraulic service brake system
DANGER
The machine has no parking brake!
Always secure the machine with the wheel chocks before you
uncouple the machine from the tractor!
1. Secure the wedge ring tyre with two wheel
chocks.
Fig. 33
2. Unlock the hydraulic connectors from the
hydraulic sockets.
3. Secure the hydraulic connectors and hydraulic socket with protective caps (Fig.
34/1) against soiling.
4. Place the hydraulic hose line in the hose
cabinet.
Fig. 34
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5.3
Operating terminal AMALOG+
The
consists of the operating terminal (Fig. 35) and the basic equipment (cables
and fastening material).
Secure the operating terminal in the tractor cab
using the operating manual
.
Fig. 35
The
56
(Fig. 35)
•
is intended for entering machine-specific data before beginning
work.
•
measures the covered part area [ha].
•
saves the total area cultivated [ha].
•
indicates the travel speed [km/h].
•
initiates an alarm when the set minimum seed quantity is reached in the hopper.
•
indicates the current blower fan speed.
•
triggers an alarm if the blower fan speed deviates from the target
value.
•
switches the tramlines.
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Frame and machine extension arms
Fig. 36
The machine has
5.5
•
a main frame (Fig. 36/1) with integrated running gear and seed
hopper.
•
two machine extension arms which can be folded in for transport
(Fig. 36/2).
Roller holder
The roller holder (Fig. 37/1) contains
•
the pack with operating manual
•
the dosing rollers in parking position
•
the scales for the calibration test.
Fig. 37
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5.6
Seed hopper
The seed hopper (Fig. 38/1) is well accessible for
filling, calibrating and residue draining.
The shape of the hopper ensures an unobstructed view of the tools during the work.
The full area opening of the seed hopper allows
rapid filling.
The roller cover (Fig. 38/1) protects the seed being carried from rainwater.
Fig. 38
The interior lighting of the seed hopper is coupled with the driving lights of the tractor.
Fig. 39
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5.6.1
Digital fill level monitoring
A level sensor monitors the seed level in the
seed hopper.
If the seed level reaches the level sensor,
•
the control character marks (Fig. 40/1) the
fill level symbol in the
.
•
an alarm signal sounds.
This alarm signal is intended to remind the
tractor driver to fill up the seeds again.
Fig. 40
The height of the level sensor (Fig. 41/1) can be
adjusted from the outside by securing it to one of
the connections.
Fit the level sensor according to the type of seed.
Grain and pulses:
Fit the sensor to the higher connection
Fine seeds (e.g. rape):
Fit the sensor to the lower connection.
The residual seed volume can be set, at which
the warning message and the alarm signal is to
be emitted.
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5.7
Seed dosing and injector sluice
The dosing unit (Fig. 42/1) doses the required
seed volume.
The dosing unit is equipped with a dosing roller
(see section "Dosing rollers", on page 61). The
dosing roller is driven by the star wheel via the
Vario gearbox.
The seed falls out of the dosing unit into the injector sluice (Fig. 42/2) and is directed by the air
flow to the distributor head and then to the coulters.
Fig. 42
For the calibration test and for emptying, the seed falls through an
opening in the floor of the injector sluice. A rotary slide closes the
opening. The rotary slide is actuated by means of a lever (Fig. 43).
Ensure that the lever engages when opening and closing.
The opening at the bottom of the injector sluice
is closed when the lever (1) points to the left in
the direction of travel (arrow).
Lever position (1): Closed
Lever position (2): Open
Fig. 43
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5.7.1
Dosing rollers
The seed dosing unit is equipped with an exchangeable dosing roller.
The dosing roller selection is dependent on
•
The seed type.
•
The spread rate.
The dosing rollers are used on the basis of the
table (section 5.7.2, on page 62):
•
Fine dosing roller (Fig. 44/1) for fine seeds.
•
Medium dosing roller (option, Fig. 44/2)
for medium-sized seeds with medium
spread rates.
•
Coarse dosing roller (Fig. 44/3)
for coarse seeds
and high spread rates.
Fig. 44
For sowing particularly large seeds, e.g. beans,
the chambers (Fig. 45/1) of the coarse dosing
roller can be enlarged by repositioning the
wheels and the plates.
Fig. 45
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5.7.2
Table Seed dosing rollers
Seed
Dosing roller
Seed
Dosing roller
Spelt wheat
Coarse dosing roller
Rapeseed
Fine dosing roller
Oats
Coarse dosing roller
Caraway
Fine dosing roller
Rye
Coarse dosing roller or
medium dosing roller
Red clover
Fine dosing roller
Summer barley
Coarse dosing roller
Mustard
Medium dosing roller or
fine dosing roller
Winter barley
Coarse dosing roller
Soya
Medium dosing roller
Wheat
Coarse dosing roller or
medium dosing roller
Sunflowers
Medium dosing roller
Beans
Coarse dosing roller
Turnips
Fine dosing roller
Peas
Coarse dosing roller
Vetches
Medium dosing roller
Flax (dressed)
Medium dosing roller or
fine dosing roller
Grass seed
Medium dosing roller
Millet
Medium dosing roller
Lupins
Medium dosing roller
Alfalfa
Medium dosing roller or
fine dosing roller
Linseed
(wet dressed)
Medium dosing roller or
fine dosing roller
Fodder radish
Medium dosing roller or
fine dosing roller
Phacelia
Medium dosing roller or
fine dosing roller
Fig. 46
The requisite dosing roller is dependent on the seed type and spread
rate, see the table (Fig. 46, above).
For seed not listed in the table select the dosing roller of one of the
seed types listed in the table of a similar grain size.
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5.7.3
Seed rate adjustment at Vario gearbox
The sowing rate required is set using the gearbox lever (Fig. 47/1) of the Vario gearbox.
Adjusting the lever changes the sowing rate. The
higher the number the gearbox lever points to on
the scale (Fig. 47/2), the greater the sowing rate.
Carry out a calibration test to determine whether
the gearbox lever is correctly set and whether
the sowing rate is correct in later sowing.
Fig. 47
A number of calibration tests are often necessary
to determine the correct gearbox setting.
The gearbox setting can be calculated from the
values of the first calibration test using the calculating disc rule. Always check the value determined on the calculating disc rule with a further
calibration test.
The calculating disc rule has three scales
•
An outer white scale (Fig. 48/1)
for all sowing rates over 30 kg/ha.
•
An inner white scale (Fig. 48/2)
for all sowing rates below 30 kg/ha.
•
A coloured scale (Fig. 48/3)
with all gearbox settings from 1 to 100.
Fig. 48
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5.7.4
Calibration test
It is tested by means of the calibration test whether the preset and actual sowing rates are equivalent.
Always carry out a calibration test:
•
When the seed type is changed.
•
If the seed type is identical, but grain size, grain shape, specific
weight and dressing are different.
•
After exchanging the dosing roller.
•
If the actual sowing rate does not match the sowing rate that was
measured by the calibration test.
The seed drops into the calibration trough during
the calibration test (Fig. 49/1).
The calibration crank (Fig. 49/2) is in the parking
position in the transport bracket.
Fig. 49
The calibration trough is secured with a clip pin
(Fig. 50/1) on the rear wall of the seed hopper.
Fig. 50
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5.8
Blower fan
DANGER
Do not exceed the maximum fan speed of 4000 rpm.
Clean the dirty blower fan guard screen to ensure an unobstructed air
flow.
If the required air quantity is not achieved, there may be problems
with the seed distribution.
Clean the blower fan of any deposits. Deposits lead to imbalance and
bearing damage.
Check the seed placement at all coulters before starting work and at
regular intervals, at the latest after refilling the seed hopper.
Dirty seed delivery channels may result in deficient sowing.
The blower fan (Fig. 51/1) generating the air flow
is driven by a hydraulic motor (Fig. 51/2).
The air current conveys the seed from the injector sluice to the coulters.
The blower speed determines the air volume of
the air current. The higher the blower fan speed,
the greater is the air volume generated.
Fig. 51
The
shows the blower fan speed,
e.g. 3900 rpm (see Fig. 52) and in event of deviation initiates an alarm.
Fig. 52
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5.8.1
Blower fan connection to tractor hydraulics
The fan speed alters until the hydraulic fluid has reached its working temperature.
On initial operation correct the fan speed up to attainment of the
working temperature.
If the fan is put back into operation after a long stoppage period, the
preset blower fan speed is not attained until the hydraulic fluid has
heated up to working temperature.
Please refer to the table (Fig. 53, below) for the required blower fan
speed. The blower fan speed depends on the machine working width
and the seed.
The blower fan speed can be regulated:
•
at the flow control valve of the tractor (see section )
or (if not present)
•
at the pressure relief valve (Fig. 51/3) of the hydraulic motor (see
section ).
The blower fan speed (rpm) is dependent on
•
The machine working width (1).
•
The seed
ο
Fine seed types (2),
e.g. rape or grass seed.
ο
Grain and
pulses (3).
Example:
Cayena 6000
•
Working width 6.0 m (1).
•
Cereal seed (3).
Required
blower fan speed: 3900 rpm.
Fig. 53
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5.8.2
Blower fan connection at the tractor universal joint shaft (optional)
A hydraulic pump (Fig. 54/1) fitted on the tractor's universal joint shaft drives the hydraulic motor of the blower fan.
Fig. 54
Set the speed of the tractor's universal joint shaft
to 1,000 rpm.
Tractor universal joint shaft speed:
1,000 rpm.
Fig. 55
Lower the universal joint shaft speed to reduce the blower fan speed.
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Design and function
5.9
Distributor head
In the distributor head (Fig. 56/1) the seed is distributed uniformly over all the sowing coulters.
A seed dosing unit always supplies one distributor head.
Fig. 56
5.10
Star wheel
The star wheel (Fig. 57/1) drives the dosing rollers via the Vario gearbox.
The distance covered is measured via the star
wheel. The
requires this data to
calculate the drive speed and area cultivated
(hectare counter).
Fig. 57
The star wheel controls the creation of the tramlines.
The tramline counter indexes approx. 5 seconds after each upswing
of the star wheel, e.g. before turning at the end of the field.
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5.11
Tine coulter and planting depth
The tine coulter optimises area efficiency and
ensures long service life.
For seed placement, the "on grip" tine coulters
push into the soil. In this way the tine coulters,
supported on the following wedge ring roller and
the tractor lower links, maintain the adjustable
seed placement depth at a constant level.
Fig. 58
The machine has 2 adjuster segments for setting
the seed planting depth.
The working can be easily adjusted by means of
the switchable ratchet. When not in use, secure
the control lever of the ratchet in the holder (Fig.
59/1).
Fig. 59
The numbers on the scale (Fig. 60) are for the
purpose of orientation for setting the planting
depth.
Always perform the same settings on both adjusting segments.
The higher the number selected on the scale,
the greater the planting depth.
The maximum placement depth is 8 cm.
Fig. 60
Check the planting depth of the seed after every adjustment
(see "Checking the seed planting depth", on page 125).
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5.12
Exact harrow
The exact harrow (Fig. 61/1) covers the seeds
deposited in the sowing furrows with loose earth
and smoothes the ground.
The following are adjustable
•
the position of the spring tines
•
the exact harrow pressure.
The exact harrow pressure determines the
working intensity of the exact harrow and is
independent of the soil type.
Adjust the exact harrow pressure so that all seed
rows are evenly covered with earth.
Fig. 61
The exact harrow pressure is generated by tension springs that are tensioned centrally using a
lever (Fig. 62/1).
The lever is in contact with a pin (Fig. 62/2) in the
adjuster segment. The higher the pin is inserted
in the group of holes, the greater the exact harrow pressure.
Fig. 62
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5.13
Markers
The hydraulically-actuated track markers dig into
the ground alternately on the left and the right of
the machine.
In so doing, the active track marker creates a
mark. This mark serves as an orientation aid for
the next run after turning.
On the next run, the tractor driver drives over the
centre of the mark.
Fig. 63
It is possible to set:
•
The length of the track marker
•
The working intensity of the track marker,
depending on the type of soil.
Fig. 64
To pass obstacles the active track marker can be folded in and out on
the field.
Before the track marker is folded in, actuate the Stop button
(
) so that the tramline counter of the seed wheel tramline
control does not shift on.
If the track marker still encounters hard obstacles, the overload protection system of the hydraulic system responds and the hydraulic cylinder gives way to the obstacle and thus protects the track marker
against damage.
After passing the obstacle the tractor driver folds the track marker out
again by actuating the control unit.
Deactivate the Stop button after the obstacle has been passed.
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5.14
Creation of tramlines
The tramline selection allows the creation of tramlines at preselected
intervals on the field. To set the different tramline distances, appropriate tramline rhythms have to be entered into the on-board computer1).
1)
When the tramlines are being created:
•
The tramline control on the distributor head
uses shutters (Fig. 65/1) to block the seed
feeding lines to the seed lines (Fig. 65/2) of
the tramline coulters.
•
The tramline coulters do not deposit any
seeds on the ground.
Seed supply to the tramline coulters is interrupted as soon as the electric motor (Fig. 65/3)
closes the appropriate seed tubes (Fig. 65/2) in
the distributor head.
Fig. 65
Upon creating a tramline, the tramline counter indicates the number
"0" on the on-board computer1).
A sensor (Fig. 65/4) checks whether the shutters (Fig. 65/1), which
open the and close the seed tubes (Fig. 65/2), are working properly.
If the setting is wrong, the on-board computer1) emits an alarm.
1)
The tramline selection allows the creation of tramlines at preselected
intervals on the field.
Tramlines are seed-free tracks (Fig. 66/A) for fertilising and plant care
machines used later.
The tramline spacing (Fig. 66/b) corresponds to the working width of
the care machines (Fig. 66/B), e.g. fertiliser spreader and/or field
sprayer, which are used on sown fields.
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Fig. 66
To set the different tramline spacings (Fig. 66/b), appropriate tramline
rhythms must be entered on the on-board computer1).
The figure (Fig. 66) shows the tramline rhythm 3. During work, the
field runs are numbered consecutively (tramline counter) and displayed on the on-board computer1).
In tramline rhythm 3, the tramline counter shows the field runs in the
following order: 2-0-1-2-0-1-2-0-1…etc.
Upon creating a tramline, the tramline counter indicates the number
"0" on the on-board computer1).
The required tramline rhythm (see table Fig. 67) is derived from the
required tramline spacing and the working width of the seed drill. Further tramline rhythms can be seen in the operating manual of the onboard computer1).
The track width (Fig. 66/a) of the tramline corresponds to that of the
cultivating tractor and is adjustable [see chapter "Setting the tramline
to the track width of the cultivating tractor", on page 151].
The track width (Fig. 66/c) of the tramline increases with an increasing
number of tramline coulters fitted next to each other.
1)
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Design and function
Seed drill working width
6.0 m
Tramline rhythm
Tramline spacing
(working width of the fertiliser spreader and field sprayer)
1
12m
3
18m
4
24m
5
30m
6
36m
7
42 m
2 plus
24m
6 plus
36m
Fig. 67
5.14.1
Examples for creating tramlines
The creation of tramlines is shown in Figure (Fig. 68) using various
examples:
A=
Working width of the seed drill.
B=
Tramline spacing
(= working width of fertiliser spreader / field sprayer).
C=
Tramline rhythm (input on the on-board computer1)).
D=
Tramline counter (during work, the field runs are numbered
consecutively and displayed on the on-board computer1)).
Perform any inputs and outputs with the aid of the operating manual
of the on-board computer1).
Example:
Working width
of seed drill: ................................ 6 m.
Working width,
fertiliser spreader or
field sprayer:............................... 18 m = 18 m tramline spacing.
1. In the adjacent table (Fig. 68) look for the following:
in column A the seed drill's working width (6 m) and
in column B the tramline spacing (18 m).
2. On the same line in column "C", take the reading for the tramline
rhythm (tramline rhythm 3) and enter this on the on-board computer1).
3. On the same line in column "D" under the inscription "START",
take the reading of the tramline counter for the first field run
(tramline counter 2) and enter it on the on-board computer1). Input this value directly before commencing the first field trip.
1)
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5.14.2
Tramline rhythm 4, 6 and 8
Figure (Fig. 68) shows examples for creating tramlines with the tramline rhythm 4, 6 and 8.
It shows work with the seed drill at half width (partial width) during the
first field trip.
On the Cayena 6000 it is not possible to switch a part of the width.
Another option for creating tramlines with the tramline
rhythm 4, 6 and 8 is to begin with the full working width and the creation of a tramline (see Fig. 69).
In this case, the care machine works at half working width during the
first field trip.
After the first field trip, reset the full machine working width!
Fig. 69
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5.14.3
Tramline rhythm 2 plus and 6 plus
Figure (Fig. 68) shows examples of tramline creation with tramline
rhythms 2 plus and 6 plus.
When tramlines are created with the tramline rhythm 2 plus and 6 plus
(Fig. 70), tramlines are created during the trips forward and backward
over the field.
On machines with
•
tramline rhythm 2 plus, the seed feed to the tramline coulters
may only be interrupted on the left side.
•
tramline rhythm 6 plus, the seed feed to the tramline coulters
may only be interrupted on the left side.
the seed feed to the tramline coulters is interrupted.
Work always starts on the right hand edge of the field.
Fig. 70
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6
Commissioning
This section contains information
•
on commissioning your machine
•
on checking how you may attach the machine to your tractor
•
Before commissioning the machine, the operator must have read
and understood the operating manual.
•
Take heed of section "Safety information for users", from on
page 28 onwards on
ο
connecting and disconnecting the machine
ο
transporting the machine
ο
using the machine
•
Only couple and transport the machine to/with a tractor which is
suitable for the task.
•
The tractor and machine must meet the national road traffic
regulations.
•
The operator and the user shall be responsible for compliance
with the statutory road traffic regulations.
WARNING
Risk of crushing, shearing, cutting, and being drawn in or
trapped in the vicinity of hydraulically or electrically actuated
components.
Do not block the operator controls on the tractor which are used for
hydraulic and electrical movements of components, e.g. folding, swivelling and pushing movements. The movement must stop automatically when you release the appropriate control. This does not apply to
equipment movements that:
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•
are continuous or
•
are automatically locked or
•
due to their function require a float position or pressure position.
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6.1
Checking the suitability of the tractor
WARNING
Danger of breaking during operation, insufficient stability and
insufficient tractor steering and braking power on improper use
of the tractor!
•
Check the suitability of your tractor before you attach or hitch the
machine to the tractor.
You may only connect the machine to tractors suitable for the
purpose.
•
Carry out a brake test to check whether the tractor achieves the
required braking delay with the machine connected.
Requirements for the suitability of a tractor are, in particular:
•
The permissible total weight
•
The approved axle loads
•
The approved drawbar load at the tractor coupling point
•
The load capacity of the installed tyres
•
The approved trailer load must be sufficient
You can find this data on the rating plate or in the vehicle documentation and in the tractor operating manual.
The front axle of the tractor must always be subjected to at least 20%
of the empty weight of the tractor.
The tractor must achieve the brake delay specified by the tractor manufacturer, even with the machine connected.
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6.1.1
Calculating the actual values for the total tractor weight, tractor axle loads
and load capacities, as well as the minimum ballast
The approved total tractor weight, specified in the vehicle documentation, must be greater than the sum of the
•
tractor's empty weight
•
ballast weight and
•
total weight of the attached machine or noseweight of the hitched machine.
This notice applies only to Germany.
If, having tried all possible alternatives, it is not possible to comply
with the axle loads and / or the approved total weight, then a survey
by an officially-recognised motor traffic expert can, with the approval
of the tractor manufacturer, be used as a basis for the responsible authority to issue an exceptional approval according to § 70 of the German Regulations Authorising the Use of Vehicles for Road Traffic and
the required approval according to § 29, paragraph 3 of the German
Road Traffic Regulations.
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6.1.1.1
Data required for the calculation (hitched machine)
Fig. 71
TL
[kg] Tractor empty weight
TV
[kg] Front axle load of the empty tractor
TH
[kg] Rear axle load of the empty tractor
GV
[kg] Front weight (if available)
See front weight in technical data, or weigh.
FH
[kg] Maximum drawbar load
See section "Technical Data", on page 49.
a
[m] Distance between the centre of gravity of
See technical data of tractor and front mathe front machine mounting or the front
chine mounting or front weight or measureweight and the centre of the front axle (total ment.
a1 + a2)
a1
[m] Distance from the centre of the front axle to See tractor operating manual or measurethe centre of the lower link connection
ment
a2
[m] Distance between the centre of the lower
See technical data of front machine mountlink connection point and the centre of grav- ing or front weight or measurement
ity of the front machine mount or front
weight (centre of gravity distance)
b
[m] Tractor wheel base
c
[m] Distance between the centre of the rear ax- See tractor operating manual or vehicle dole and the centre of the lower link conneccuments or measurement
tion
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See tractor operating manual or vehicle documents or measurement
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6.1.1.2
Calculation of the required minimum ballasting at the front GV min of the tractor for assurance of the steering capability
GV
min
=
FH • c − TV • b + 0,2 • TL • b
a+b
Enter the numeric value for the calculated minimum ballast GV min, required on the front side of the tractor, in the table (section 6.1.1.7).
6.1.1.3
Calculation of the actual front axle load of the tractor TV tat
TV
tat
=
GV • (a + b) + TV • b − FH • c
b
Enter the numeric value for the calculated actual front axle load and
the approved tractor front axle load specified in the tractor operating
manual in the table (section 6.1.1.7).
6.1.1.4
Calculation of the actual total weight of the combined tractor and machine
Gtat = GV + TL + FH
Enter the numeric value for the calculated actual total weight and the
approved total tractor weight specified in the tractor operating manual
in the table (section 6.1.1.7).
6.1.1.5
Calculation of the actual rear axle load of the tractor TH tat
TH
tat
= G tat − TV
tat
Enter the numeric value for the calculated actual rear axle load and
the approved tractor rear axle load specified in the tractor operating
manual in the table (section 6.1.1.7).
6.1.1.6
Tyre load capacity
Enter the double value (two tyres) of the approved load capacity (see,
for example, tyre manufacturer's documentation) in the table (section
6.1.1.7).
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6.1.1.7
Table
Actual value according to
calculation
/
Minimum ballast front /
rear
Approved value according to tractor instruction manual
kg
Double approved
load capacity (two
tyres)
--
--
Total weight
kg
≤
kg
Front axle load
kg
≤
kg
≤
kg
Rear axle load
kg
≤
kg
≤
kg
--
•
You can find the approved values for the total tractor weight, axle loads and load capacities in the tractor registration papers.
•
The actually calculated values must be less than or equal to
( ≤ ) the permissible values.
WARNING
Risk of contusions, cutting, catching, drawing in and knocks
through insufficient stability and insufficient tractor steering and
brake power.
It is forbidden to couple the machine to the tractor used as the basis
for calculation, if
•
One of the actual, calculated values is greater than the approved
value.
•
there is no front weight (if required) attached to the tractor for the
minimum front ballast (GV min).
You must use a front weight, which is equal to at least the required
minimum front ballast (GV min).
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6.1.2
Requirements for tractor operation with attached machines
WARNING
Risk of breakage during operation of components through unapproved combinations of connecting equipment.
Ensure:
84
•
that the connection device on the tractor has a sufficient permissible drawbar load for the drawbar load actually in question
•
that the axle loads and weights of the tractor altered by the
drawbar load are within the approved limits. If necessary, weigh
them.
•
that the static actual rear axle load of the tractor does not exceed the permissible rear axle load
•
that the permissible total weight of the tractor is complied with
•
that the approved load capacities of the tractor tyres are not exceeded.
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6.2
Securing the tractor / machine against unintentional start-up and rolling
WARNING
Risk of contusions, cutting, catching, drawing in and knocks
when making interventions in the machine through
•
Unintentional lowering of the unsecured machine when it is raised via the three-point hydraulic system of the tractor
•
Unintentional lowering of raised, unsecured parts of the machine
•
Unintentional start-up and rolling of the tractor-machine combination.
Secure the tractor and the machine against unintentional startup and rolling before any intervention in the machine.
It is forbidden to make any intervention in the machine, such as
installation, adjustment, troubleshooting, cleaning, maintenance
and repairs
•
while the machine is being driven.
•
when the tractor's engine is running and the tractor's universal
joint shaft/hydraulic system is connected.
•
if the ignition key is inserted in the tractor when the tractor's universal joint shaft/hydraulic system is connected and the tractor
engine could be started unintentionally.
•
if the tractor and machine have not each been prevented from
unintentionally rolling away by applying their parking brakes
and/or securing them with wheel chocks.
•
if moving parts are not blocked against unintentional movement.
when carrying out such work, there is a high risk of contact with
unsecured components.
1. Park the tractor with the machine on firm flat ground only.
2. Lower any raised, unsecured machine parts.
→
This is how to prevent unintentional falling.
3. Shut down the tractor engine.
4. Remove the ignition key.
5. Apply the tractor parking brake.
6. Secure the machine with wheel chocks against unintentionally
rolling away.
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6.3
Installation instructions for blower fan connection to tractor hydraulics
The banking-up pressure of 10 bar must not be exceeded. The installation regulations therefore have to be complied with when connecting
the hydraulic fan connection.
•
Connect the hydraulic coupling of the pressure hose (Fig. 72/5)
to a single-acting or double-acting tractor control unit with priority.
•
Connect the large hydraulic coupling of the return line hose (Fig.
72/6) only to an unpressurised tractor connection with direct access to the hydraulic fluid tank (Fig. 72/4).
In order that the banking-up pressure of 10 bar is not exceeded,
do not connect the return line hose to a tractor control unit.
•
For retrofitting of the tractor return line hose, use only piping with
DN 16, e.g. 20 id. x 2.0 mm with a short return path to the hydraulic fluid tank.
For operation of all hydraulic functions, the tractor hydraulic pump
output should be at least 80 l/min. at 150 bar.
Fig. 72/...
(A)
On the machine face
(B)
On the tractor face
(1)
Hydraulic fan motor
Nmax. = 4000 rpm.
(2)
Filter
(3)
Single-acting or double-acting control unit
with priority
(4)
Hydraulic fluid tank
(5)
Feed line:
pressure line with priority
(marking: 1 cable tie, red)
(6)
Return line:
unpressurised line with "large" push-fit coupling
(marking: 2 cable ties, red)
Fig. 72
The hydraulic fluid must not overheat.
High oil flow rates in conjunction with small oil tanks encourage rapid
heating-up of the hydraulic fluid. The capacity of the tractor's oil tank
(Fig. 72/4) should be at least twice the oil flow rate. If the hydraulic
fluid heats up excessively, the installation of an oil cooler is required
at a specialist workshop.
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7
Coupling and uncoupling the machine
When coupling and uncoupling the machine take heed of the section
"Safety information for users", on page 28.
WARNING
Risk of contusions from unintentional starting and rolling of the
tractor and machine when coupling or uncoupling the machine!
Secure the tractor and machine against unintentional start-up and
rolling away before entering the danger area between the tractor and
machine to couple or uncouple the machine. On this subject see section 6.2, on page 85.
WARNING
Risk of crushing between the rear of the tractor and the machine
when coupling and uncoupling the machine.
Only actuate the operator controls for the tractor's three-point hydraulic system
7.1
•
from the workplace provided
•
if you are outside of the danger area between the tractor and the
machine.
Coupling the machine
WARNING
Danger of breaking during operation, insufficient stability and
insufficient tractor steering and braking power on improper use
of the tractor!
You may only connect the machine to tractors suitable for the purpose. On this subject see the section "Checking the suitability of the
tractor", on page 79.
WARNING
Risk of contusions when coupling the machine and standing between the tractor and the machine!
Instruct people to leave the danger area between the tractor and the
machine before you approach the machine.
Any helpers may only act as guides standing next to the tractor and
the machine, and may only move between the vehicles when both are
at a standstill.
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WARNING
Risk of contusions, cutting, catching, drawing in and knocks
when the machine unexpectedly releases from the tractor!
•
Use the intended equipment to connect the tractor and the machine in the proper way.
•
When coupling the machine to the tractor's three-point hydraulic
system, ensure that the linkage of the tractor and the machine
are the same.
WARNING
Risk of energy supply failure between the tractor and the machine through damaged power lines.
During coupling, check the course of the power lines. The power lines
•
must give slightly without tension, bending or rubbing on all movements of the connected machine.
•
may not scour other parts.
DANGER
If the tractor has been separated from the machine, always
•
Secure the machine with the service parking brake as well
as 2 wheel chocks.
DANGER
The lower link of the tractor must not have any lateral play so
that the machine always runs centrically behind the tractor and
does not knock back and forth!
CAUTION
Do not make any machine connections until the tractor and machine are coupled, the tractor motor is shut down, the tractor
parking brake applied and the ignition key removed!
The machine can be coupled or uncoupled whether it is folded in or
out.
Always retract the integrated running gear beforehand (lower the machine). When the machine is uncoupled and the running gear is extended (machine raised) the pressure in the supply line can increase
so much that later coupling to the tractor becomes impossible.
WARNING
Do not remove the wheel chocks until the machine is connected
to the tractor's lower links and the tractor parking brake is applied.
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1. Verify that the machine is secured with
wheel chocks (Fig. 73/1).
Fig. 73
2. The drawbar is equipped with lower link
pins Cat. III.
Install a ball sleeve (Fig. 74/1) on each
lower link pin of the drawbar and secure
with a clip pin.
The ball sleeves are dependent on the tractor type (see tractor operating manual).
Fig. 74
CAUTION
Danger of getting crushed in the area of the moving tensioned
crosspiece.
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3. Open the tractor lower link securing device, i.e. it must be ready
for coupling.
4. Align the lower link hooks so that they are flush with the hinging
points of the machine.
5. Direct people out of the danger area between the tractor and
machine before you approach the machine with the tractor.
6. Drive the tractor in reverse up to the machine so that the lower
link hooks of the tractor automatically pick up the ball sleeves of
the machine.
→ The lower link hooks lock automatically.
7. Check whether the securing device of the tractor's lower link
locking system is closed and secured (see tractor's operating
manual).
8. Lift the tractor's lower link until the sustainer (Fig. 76/1) is free of
the ground.
9. Secure the tractor against unintentional starting and unintentional rolling away.
10. Check whether the universal joint shaft of the tractor is switched
off.
11. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft and apply the tractor
parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
12. Connect the supply lines to the tractor (see section 7.1.1 to
5.2.1, from on page 92).
13. Route the cable connected with the valve
lever (Fig. 75/1) into the tractor cabin.
Fig. 75
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14. Hold the sustainer (Fig. 76/1) tight and remove the positioning bolt (Fig. 76/2).
15. Push up the sustainer by the handle (Fig.
76/1) and position it with the positioning
bolt.
16. Secure the positioning bolt with the lynch
pin provided.
Fig. 76
Check the route of the supply lines.
The power lines
•
must easily give way to all movements in bends without tensioning, kinking or rubbing
•
must not scour other parts.
17. Check the function of the braking and lighting system.
18. Stow the wheel chocks in the mountings
and secure them with spring tensioners
(Fig. 77/1).
19. Before commencing a run, perform a braking test.
Fig. 77
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7.1.1
Connecting the hydraulic joints
Clean the hydraulic couplings before connecting them to the tractor.
Minor oil impurities from particles can cause a failure of the hydraulic
system.
Machine side (Cayena)
Tractor side
Fig. 21/…
2
Doubleacting
3
Doubleacting
Singleacting or
4
doubleacting
Pressureless line
Hydraulic line
Tractor control unit
Double1
acting
Running direction
Marking
Function
(1)
Feed line
1 cable tie, yellow
(1a)
Return line
2 cable ties, yellow
•
(2)
Feed line
1 cable tie, green
•
(2a)
Return line
2 cable ties, green •
(3)
Feed line
1 cable tie, blue
(3a)
Return line
2 cable tie, blue
(4)
Feed line 1)
1 cable tie, red
(5)
Return line 2)
2 cable ties, red
•
Lowering / lifting integrated running gear
Lowering / lifting the star wheel
Folding the machine extension
arms
Lowering / lifting the track marker
Working depth adjustment of
tine coulters
(optional)
Hydraulic fan motor
1)
Pressure hose with priority
2)
Pressureless hose (see section "Installation instructions for blower fan connection to tractor hydraulics",
on page 86).
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•
During work the tractor control unit 1 is actuated more frequently
than any other control units. Assign the connections of control
unit 1 to an easily reachable control unit in the tractor cab.
•
Tractors with constant pressure hydraulic systems are designed
only conditionally for the operation of hydraulic motors. Take
heed of the recommendations of the tractor manufacturer.
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7.1.2
Connecting the electrical connections
Connection/function
Installation information
Plug (7-pin) for the road traffic lighting system
Machine connector
7.1.3
Connect the plugs to the terminal as described in
the
operating manual.
Connecting the hydraulic service brake system
Connect the hydraulic service brake system as
described above (see section "Coupling the hydraulic service brake system", on page 54).
Fig. 78
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7.2
Uncoupling the machine
WARNING
Risk of contusions, cutting, catching, drawing in and knocks
through insufficient stability and possible tilting of the uncoupled machine!
Set the empty machine down on a horizontal parking area with a firm
base.
When uncoupling the machine, there must always be enough space
in front of the machine, so that you can align the tractor with the machine if necessary.
1. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft.
2. Align the tractor and machine so that they
are straight on a horizontal parking surface
with a firm substrate.
3. Fold the machine completely in or out.
4. Switch off the
.
4.1 Press the (Fig. 79/1) button.
5. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft
and apply the tractor parking brake, switch
off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
Fig. 79
6. Hold the sustainer (Fig. 80/1) tight and remove the positioning bolt (Fig. 80/2).
7. Lower the sustainer and pin it with the positioning bolt provided.
8. Secure the positioning bolt with the lynch
pin provided.
Fig. 80
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9. Remove the wheel chocks from the transport bracket(s).
9.1 Release the spring pins (Fig. 81/1) and
remove the wheel chocks from the
transport bracket.
Fig. 81
10. Secure the machine tyre with two wheel
chocks (Fig. 82/1).
Fig. 82
11. Disconnect the coupling of the hydraulic service brake system
from the tractor (see section "Uncoupling the hydraulic service
brake system", on page 55).
12. Uncouple all supply lines from the tractor.
13. Close the hydraulic connectors with protective caps.
14. Place the supply lines in the hose cabinet
(Fig. 83).
Fig. 83
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15. Place the machine on the stand (Fig. 84/1).
WARNING
Park the machine on a horizontal,
firm substrate only!
Ensure that the sustainer does not
sink into the ground. If the sustainer does sink into the ground, it
will be impossible to recouple the
machine!
Fig. 84
16. Open the securing device (Fig. 85) of the
tractor's lower link (see tractor operating
manual).
17. Uncouple the tractor's lower link.
18. Pull the tractor forwards.
DANGER
While pulling the tractor forwards
no personnel are allowed to be between the tractor and the machine!
Fig. 85
CAUTION
Danger of getting crushed in the area of the moving tensioned
crosspiece.
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7.3
Connecting the hydraulic pump (optional)
WARNING
Risk of crushing from the tractor and machine unintentionally
starting up or rolling.
Only couple/uncouple the hydraulic pump and tractor universal joint
shaft if the tractor and machine are secured to prevent unintentional
starting and rolling.
7.3.1
Connecting the hydraulic pump
1. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft and apply the tractor
parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
2. Clean and grease the tractor's universal joint shaft.
3. Couple the tractor and machine.
4. Secure the tractor against unintentional starting and unintentional rolling away.
5. Couple the hydraulic pump (Fig. 86/1) to the
tractor's universal joint shaft.
The hydraulic pump is equipped with a QC
fastener. Make sure the QC fastener has
engaged correctly.
6. Set the adjuster segment so that the buffer
(Fig. 86/2) rests against it.
Fig. 86
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7.3.2
Uncoupling the hydraulic pump
DANGER
•
Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft and apply the
tractor parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
•
The hydraulic pump contains hot components that may inflict burns. Wear gloves.
1. Park the machine on level, solid ground.
2. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft and apply the tractor
parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
Wait until the universal joint shaft stops moving.
3. Pull the hydraulic pump off of the tractor's universal joint shaft.
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Settings
WARNING
Risk of contusions, cutting, catching, drawing in and knocks
through
•
Unintentional falling of the machine raised using the tractor's three-point hydraulic system.
•
Unintentional falling of raised, unsecured machine parts.
•
Unintentional start-up and rolling of the tractor-machine
combination.
Secure the tractor and the machine against unintentional starting and
rolling away before you make any adjustments to the machine. On
this subject see section 6.2, on page 85.
DANGER
Before adjustment tasks (if not described otherwise)
8.1
•
Fold out the machine extension arms (see section 10.1, on
page 118)
•
Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft
•
Wait until the tractor's universal joint shaft stops moving
•
Apply the tractor's parking brake
•
Switch off the tractor's engine
•
Remove the ignition key.
Repositioning the level sensor
1. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft
and apply the tractor parking brake, switch
off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
2. Release the nut (Fig. 87/1).
3. Detach the level sensor (Fig. 87/2) and insert in the intended connection.
4. Tighten the nut.
5. Fit the dummy (Fig. 87/3), which has no
function, into the vacated opening and secure.
Fig. 87
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8.2
Installing/removing the dosing roller
The dosing roller can be replaced more easily if the seed hopper is
empty.
Fig. 88
Fig. 89
1. Close the seed hopper opening (only necessary when the seed
hopper is full).
1.1 Remove the key (Fig. 88/1) from the holder.
1.2 Release two nuts (Fig. 89/1) but do not remove.
1.2 Turn the screws (Fig. 90/1).
1.3 Push the shutter (Fig. 90/2) into the
dosing unit up to the stop.
Fig. 90
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Fig. 92
Fig. 91
2. Loosen both screws (Fig. 91/1).
3. Twist and remove the bearing cover (Fig. 92).
4. Pull the dosing roller out of the dosing unit.
Install the dosing roller in the reverse
sequence.
Fig. 93
Set the shutter to the parking position and secure with two screws
(see Fig. 89).
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8.3
Setting the sowing rate with a calibration test
1. Fill the seed hopper with at least 200 kg of seed (correspondingly less for fine seed) (see section "Filling the seed hopper", on
page 122).
2. Fold out the machine into the working position (see section
"Folding the machine extension arms out/in", on page 118).
3. Insert the calibration trough (Fig. 94/1) into
the holder beneath the dosing unit.
Fig. 94
4. Open the rotary slide of the injector sluice
(see section "Seed dosing and injector
sluice", on page 60).
Fig. 95
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1. Undo the locking button (Fig. 96/1).
2. Consult the table (Fig. 97, below) for the
gearbox setting value for the first calibration
test.
3. Set the pointer (Fig. 96/2) of the gearbox
leaver from below to the gearbox setting
value.
4. Tighten the locking button.
Fig. 96
Gearbox setting values for the first calibration test
Sowing with the coarse dosing roller:Gearbox setting "50"
Sowing with the medium dosing roller: Gearbox setting "50"
Sowing with the fine dosing roller:
Gearbox setting "15"
Fig. 97
5. Push the calibration crank handle (Fig.
98/1) onto the star wheel (Fig. 98/2).
6. Turn the star wheel with the calibration
crank handle counterclockwise until all
chambers of the dosing roller are filled with
seed and a uniform seed stream flows into
the calibration trough.
7 . Empty the calibration trough and push it
back under the dosing unit.
8. Turn the star wheel anticlockwise the number of crank turns specified in the table (Fig.
99).
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Settings
The number of crank turns on the star wheel depends on
the seed drill working width (1).
The number of wheel revolutions (2) relates to an area of
2
•
1/40 ha (250 m ) or
•
1/10 ha (1000 m ).
2
A calibration test for 1/40 ha is usual. In the case of very
small sowing rates, e.g. when sowing rapeseed, it is recommended that the calibration test for 1/10 ha be performed.
Example
Working width: ..................................6.0 m
Number of crank turns
to 1/40 ha:.......................................19.5
Fig. 99
9. Weigh the volume of seed caught in the calibration trough (taking the container weight
into consideration) and multiply
ο
by a factor of 40 (for 1/40 ha).
ο
by a factor of 10 (for 1/10 ha).
Check the accuracy of the scales display.
Fig. 100
Calibrating on 1/40 ha:
Sowing rate [kg/ha] =
volume of seed in test [kg/ha] x 40
Calibrating on 1/10 ha:
Sowing rate [kg/ha] =
calibrated seed quantity [kg/ha] x 10
Example:
calibrated seed quantity: 3.2 kg on 1/40 ha
Sowing rate [kg/ha] =
104
3.2 [kg/ha] x 40 =
128 [kg/ha]
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The desired spread rate is not generally achieved in the first calibration test. The correct gearbox setting can be determined using the
calculating disc rule with the values from the first calibration test and
the spread rate calculated from that (see section "Determining the
gearbox setting using the calculating disc rule", below).
10. Repeat the calibration test until the desired spread rate is achieved.
11. Secure the calibration trough to the seed hopper.
12. Close the rotary slide of the injector sluice (Fig. 95).
13. Clip the calibration crank into its transport bracket.
8.3.1
Determining the gearbox setting using the calculating disc rule
Example:
Calibration test values
Calculated spread rate:
Gearbox setting:
175 kg/ha
70
Desired sowing rate:
125 kg/ha.
1. Line up the values from the calibration test
ο
Calculated spread rate
175 kg/ha (Fig. 101/A)
ο
Gearbox setting 70 (Fig. 101/B)
opposite one another on the calculating disc
rule.
2. Read the gearbox setting for the desired
spread rate of 125 kg/ha (Fig. 101/C) from
the calculating disc rule.
→
Gearbox setting 50 (Fig. 101/D).
3. Set the gearbox lever to the value read from
the disc.
4. Check the gearbox setting with another calibration test (see "8.3", on page 102).
Fig. 101
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8.4
Adjusting the planting depth
1. Set the machine on the field to its working
position (see section "Use of the machine", on page 116).
2. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft
and apply the tractor parking brake, switch
off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
3. Remove the clip pin (see Fig. 103).
4. Set the planting depth with the switchable
ratchet (Fig. 102).
5. Lock the setting using the clip pin (see Fig.
103).
6. The machine has two adjuster segments.
Repeat the operation as described.
Fig. 102
Lock each setting using the clip pin
(Fig. 103/1).
The ratchet is reset by actuating the
lever (Fig. 103/2).
Fig. 103
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8.5
Adjusting the exact harrow
Check the work results after each adjustment.
8.5.1
Setting the harrow tines
Set the harrow tines [see table (Fig. 105),
below].
To set, turn the crank handle (Fig. 104/1) on all
adjuster segments.
1. Set the machine on the field to its working
position (see section "Use of the machine",
on page 116).
2. Switch off the tractor universal joint shaft,
apply the tractor parking brake, switch off
the tractor engine and remove the ignition
key.
3. Perform the same settings on all adjuster
segments.
Distance "A"
Fig. 104
230 to 280 mm
When correctly set, the harrow tines of the exact harrow should
•
lie horizontally on the ground and
•
have 5 - 8 cm free floating space beneath.
Fig. 105
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8.5.2
Setting the exact harrow pressure
1. Tension the lever (Fig. 106/1) with the calibration crank.
2. Insert the pin (Fig. 106/2) into a hole under
the lever.
3. Relieve the lever.
4. Secure the pin with a safety splint.
5. Apply the same setting to all adjusting segments.
Fig. 106
108
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8.6
Adjusting the track marker length and working intensity
DANGER
It is forbidden to stand in the swivelling area of the track marker!
1. Direct people away from the danger area.
2. Fold out the track marker on the field and
drive for a few metres.
3. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft
and apply the tractor parking brake, switch
off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
4. Undo the bolt (Fig. 107/1).
5. Set the track marker length to distance "A"
(see table, Fig. 108, below).
6. Tighten the bolt (Fig. 107/1) securely.
Fig. 107
7. Release both screws (Fig. 107/2).
8. Turn the track marker disc to adjust the working intensity of the
track marker so that it runs roughly parallel to the direction of
travel on light soil and is more attuned to grip on heavier soil.
9. Tighten the screws (Fig. 107/2).
10. The machine is equipped with two track markers.
Repeat the operation as described.
The table values specify the distance "A"
•
from the centre of the machine
•
up to the contact surface of the track
marker disc.
Distance "A"
Cayena 6000
6.0m
Fig. 108
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8.7
Adjusting blower fan speed
This setting is not required if the blower fan is driven from the tractor
universal joint shaft.
Set the desired blower fan speed (see section "Blower fan", on page
65)
•
via the tractor's flow control valve
•
at the pressure relief valve of the blower fan hydraulic motor, if
the tractor has no flow control valve.
:
Adjust the following in the
Fig. 109
8.7.1
•
the desired blower fan speed
•
the deviation from the desired blower fan speed (as a percentage) at which the alarm is to be triggered.
Fig. 110
Setting the blower fan speed via the flow control valve of the tractor
1. Release the lock nut (Fig. 109/2).
2. Set the pressure relief valve (Fig. 109/1) to the factory setting
"21 mm" (Fig. 110).
2.1 Turn the screw with the hexagon socket wrench accordingly.
3. Set the desired blower fan speed at the flow control valve of the
tractor.
4. Tighten the lock nut (Fig. 109/2).
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8.7.2
Adjusting the blower fan speed on the machine's pressure relief valve
1. Release the lock nut (Fig. 109/2).
2. Set the desired blower fan speed at the pressure relief valve using the hexagon socket wrench.
Do not exceed the dimension "21 mm" (Fig. 110)!
Fan speed
Turning clockwise:
increases the desired fan speed.
Turning anticlockwise: reduces the desired fan speed.
3. Tighten the lock nut (Fig. 109/2).
8.8
Setting the tramline rhythm/counter
1. Refer to the table (Fig. 67, on page 74) for the required tramline
rhythm and enter it into the on-board computer 1).
2. Refer to the figure (Fig. 68, on page 75) for the tramline counter
for the first field run and enter it on the on-board computer 1).
1)
see operating manual
The tramline counter is coupled with the operating position sensor on
the star wheel. Each time the machine or the star wheel is raised, the
tramline counter switches up a number.
Pressing the Stop button
before the star wheel is raised prevents the tramline counter from shifting on (see operating manual for
on-board computer 1) ).
1)
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Transportation
9
Transportation
When driving on public roads and ways the tractor and machine
must comply with the national road traffic regulations (in Germany
the StVZO and the StVO) and the accident prevention regulations (in
Germany those of the industrial injury mutual insurance organisation).
The vehicle keeper and driver are responsible for compliance with
the statutory stipulations.
Furthermore, the instructions in this section have to be complied with
prior to starting and during travel.
The Cayena is equipped with a hydraulic service brake system. In
Germany and some other EU countries, transportation on public
roads and paths with a hydraulic service brake system is prohibited.
•
For transport journeys take heed of the section "Safety information for users", on page 28.
•
Before moving off, check:
ο
That the supply lines are connected correctly.
ο
The lighting system for damage, function and cleanliness.
ο
The brake and hydraulic system for visible damage.
ο
That the brake system functions properly.
ο
That the tractor parking brake is released completely.
WARNING
Risk of contusions, cutting, catching, drawing in and knocks
when making interventions in the machine through unintentional
machine movements.
112
•
On folding machines, check that the transport locks are locked
correctly.
•
Secure the machine against unintentional movements before
starting transportation.
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WARNING
Risk of contusions, cuts, dragging, catching or knocks from tipping and insufficient stability.
•
Drive in such a way that you always have full control over the
tractor with the attached machine.
In so doing, take your personal abilities into account, as well as
the road, traffic, visibility and weather conditions, the driving characteristics of the tractor and the connected machine.
•
Before transportation, fasten the side locking of the tractor lower
link, so that the connected or coupled machine cannot swing
back and forth.
WARNING
Danger of breaking during operation, insufficient stability and
insufficient tractor steering and braking power on improper use
of the tractor!
These risks pose serious injuries or death.
Observe the maximum load of the angebauten / attached machine
and the permissible axle and drawbar loads of the tractor. Drive with
an empty hopper only.
WARNING
Risk of falling from the machine if riding against regulations!
It is forbidden to ride on the machine and/or climb the running machine.
Instruct people to leave the loading site before approaching the machine.
DANGER
Empty the hopper.
The brake system is designed for driving with an empty hopper
only.
DANGER
Apply the tractor parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and
remove the ignition key!
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Transportation
1. Empty the seed hopper (see section "Emptying the seed hopper
and/or dosing unit", on page 128).
The brake system is designed for driving with an empty hopper
only.
2. Close the roller cover (Fig. 111).
Fig. 111
3. Fold in the machine extension arms (see
section "Folding the machine extension
arms out/in", on page 118).
4. Check the lighting system for operation (see
section "Transportation equipment", on
page 44).
5. Lock the tractor control unit.
Fig. 112
DANGER
Lock the tractor control units during transport!
The warning signs and yellow reflectors must be clean and undamaged.
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•
The permissible maximum speed1) is 25 km/h
In particular on bad roads and paths driving may only take place
at a considerably lower speed than specified!
1)
•
Switch on the all round lighting (if available), which is subject to
authorisation, prior to starting a journey and check operation.
•
In bends take into consideration the wide sweep and the centrifugal mass of the machine.
The permissible maximum speed for attached work equipment differs in the various countries according to national traffic regulations. Ask your local importer / machine dealer about the maximum
permissible speed on public roads.
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Use of the machine
10
Use of the machine
When using the machine, observe the information in the sections
•
"Warning pictograms and other signs on the machine", as of on
page 18 and
•
"Safety information for users", on page 28.
Observing this information is important for your safety.
WARNING
Danger of breaking during operation, insufficient stability and
insufficient tractor steering and braking power on improper use
of the tractor!
Observe the maximum load of the attached machine and the permissible axle and drawbar loads of the tractor. If necessary, drive only
with an empty or partially filled seed hopper.
WARNING
Risk of contusions, cutting, catching, drawing in and knocks
through insufficient stability and tipping of the tractor and/or the
connected machine.
Drive in such a way that you always have full control over the tractor
and the attached machine.
In so doing, take your personal abilities into account, as well as the
road, traffic, visibility and weather conditions, the driving characteristics of the tractor and the influence of the attached machine.
WARNING
Risk of crushing, being caught and/or drawn in and trapped if
the intended protective equipment is not used during machine
operation.
Only ever start up the machine when the protective equipment is fully
installed.
Only actuate the tractor control units from inside the tractor cab.
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WARNING
Risk of being crushed, caught or struck by damaged components or foreign objects ejected from the machine.
Before switching on, check that the tractor's universal joint shaft
speed corresponds to the permissible drive speed of the machine.
WARNING
Risk of crushing, entrapment and entanglement and risk of foreign objects being hurled out in the danger area of the driven
universal joint shaft.
•
Direct people away from the danger area of the machine before
switching on the tractor's universal joint shaft.
•
Stay at a safe distance from the driven universal joint shaft.
•
Direct people away from the danger area of the driven universal
joint shaft.
•
Switch off the tractor engine immediately if a dangerous situation
occurs.
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10.1
Folding the machine extension arms out/in
DANGER
Instruct people to leave the swivel area of machine's extension
arms and track markers before you fold the machine's extension
arms out or in.
Align the tractor and machine straight on a flat surface before you
fold the machine's extension arm out or in.
Always raise the machine completely by moving the integrated running gear out fully before you fold the machine extension arm in or
out. Only when fully raised does the machine have sufficient ground
clearance and is protected from damage.
Switch off the tractor universal joint shaft before folding in and only
switch back on (only for universal joint shaft driven blower fan drive)
when the machine extension arms are completely folded out.
10.1.1
Folding out the machine extension arms
1. Release the lock.
1.1 Pull the lock (Fig. 113/1) until the
spacer (Fig. 113/2) releases the lock.
Fig. 113
2. Release the tractor parking brake and take
your foot off the brake pedal.
Never leave the tractor cab with the parking
brake released.
3. Operate control unit 1.
→ The machine is raised via the integrated
running gear (Fig. 114/1).
Actuate control unit 1 until the machine
is fully raised.
Fig. 114
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4. Pull the cable connected to the valve lever
(Fig. 115/1) and hold.
→
The 6/2-way valve switches to fold out the
machine extension arms.
Fig. 115
5. Actuate the control unit 2 (with valve lever pulled).
→ The machine extension arms fold out.
6. Actuate the control unit 2 until the pressure
gauge (Fig. 116/1) indicates a pressure of
between 90 and 100 bar.
The specified working pressure in the pressure tank is then achieved (see section
"Functional description of the pressure
tank", on page 154).
Fig. 116
7. Release the cable connected to the valve lever (Fig. 115/1).
→ The 6/2-way valve switches to actuate the track marker.
8. Operate control unit 1.
→ The machine is lowered via the integrated running gear (Fig.
114/1).
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10.1.2
Folding in the machine extension arms
1. Operate control unit 2.
→
The active track marker folds in.
2. Release the tractor parking brake and take
your foot off the brake pedal.
Never leave the tractor cab with the parking
brake released.
3. Operate control unit 1.
→ The machine is raised via the integrated
running gear (Fig. 117/1).
→
The star wheel is raised.
Actuate control unit 1 until the machine
is fully raised.
Fig. 117
4. Pull the cable connected to the valve lever
(Fig. 118/1) and hold.
→ The 6/2-way valve switches to fold in the
machine extension arms.
Fig. 118
5. Actuate the control unit 2 (with valve lever pulled).
→ The machine extension arms fold in.
. Actuate control unit 2 until the machine extension arms are fully folded in.
6. Release the cable connected to the valve lever.
7. Switch off the
(see
120
operating manual).
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The locking plate (Fig. 119/1) forms the mechanical transportation lock. The extension arms
are locked when the pin is inserted into the hole
of the locking plate (Fig. 119/2).
DANGER
Check that the pin (Fig. 119/1) is
correctly inserted into the locking
plate after the extension arms are
folded in.
Fig. 119
8. Align the machine horizontally.
8.1 Operate control unit 1.
8.2 Lower the machine via the integrated
running gear until the machine is horizontal.
Ensure that the machine has sufficient ground clearance in all driving
situations.
Fig. 120
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10.2
Filling the seed hopper
DANGER
•
Transportation of the machine on roads and paths with filled
hoppers is prohibited. The brake system is designed for an
empty machine only.
•
Observe the permissible fill levels and total weights.
1. Couple the machine to the tractor (see section "Coupling and
uncoupling the machine", on page 87).
2. Apply the tractor parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and
remove the ignition key.
DANGER
Switch off the tractor universal joint shaft and apply the tractor
parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
3. Determine and fit the dosing roller(s) with the aid of the table
(Fig. 46, on page 62) (see section. "Installing/removing the dosing roller", on page 100).
4. You can access the filling opening of the
seed hopper by means of the steps.
5. Release the belt and hold.
→
The roller cover opens as the belt is released.
6. Secure the belt in an eye.
7. If necessary, remove foreign bodies from
the seed hopper.
Fig. 121
8.
Load the seed hopper
ο
with a filling auger from a supply vehicle (see section
"10.2.1", on page 123)
ο
from bulk bags (see section "10.2.2", on page 123).
9. Close and secure the roller cover.
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10.2.1
Filling the seed hopper with a filling auger
1. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft
and apply the tractor parking brake, switch
off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
2. Approach the machine carefully with the
supply vehicle.
3. Load the seed hopper via the filling auger in
consideration of the manufacturer's instructions.
Fig. 122
CAUTION
Never move between the supply vehicle and the machine.
10.2.2
Filling the seed hopper from bulk bags
1. Set the machine down on a flat surface.
2. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft
and apply the tractor parking brake, switch
off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
3. Approach the machine carefully with the
bulk bag.
4. Climb onto the loading board.
5. Unload the bulk bag into the seed hopper.
Fig. 123
DANGER
Never move between the supply vehicle and the machine.
Never stand under suspended loads.
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10.3
Starting work
Fig. 124
DANGER
•
Direct people out of the danger area of the machine, in particular from the swivel zone of the machine extension arms
and the track markers.
•
Actuate the tractor's control units only in the tractor cab.
1. Fold out the machine extension arms (see section "Folding the
machine extension arms out/in", on page 118).
When lowering, pull the machine forward slightly.
2. Operate control unit 4.
→
Switch on the blower fan.
3. Check the fan speed and correct it as necessary.
Information to be observed on working with the universal joint
shaft-driven hydraulic pump.
124
•
Before switching on the universal joint shaft, observe the safety
instructions relevant to operation of the universal joint shaft in
the section entitled "Safety information for users", on page 35.
•
Observe the permissible drive speed of the tractor's universal
joint shaft.
•
In tractors equipped with a hydraulically or pneumatically
switchable universal joint shaft, the universal joint shaft must
only be switched on when the engine is idling to prevent damage
to the hydraulic pump.
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4. Operate control unit 1.
→
Lower the machine via the integrated running gear
→
Lower the star wheel.
Actuate the control unit 1 until the integrated running gear is fully retracted.
5. Operate control unit 2.
→
The active track marker folds out.
The on-board computer optionally indicates the active track marker
that folds out when the control unit is activated
(see operating manual
).
In the distributor head, the seed tubes to the tramline coulters are
closed when the tramline counter displays the number "0" on the onboard computer (see section "Creation of tramlines", on page 72).
6. Lower/raise the tractor's lower link until the machine is approximately horizontal.
7. Check the tramline rhythm on the on-board computer, correct if
necessary (see on-board computer operating manual).
8. Check the tramline counter on the on-board computer, correct if
necessary (see on-board computer operating manual).
9. Start.
10.4
Checking the seed planting depth
After 100 m, check the planting depth, correct as necessary.
1. Sow approximately 100 m at working speed.
2. Expose the seed at several points and check the placement
depth.
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10.5
During the work
Switching off the tramline counter (STOP key)
If the tramline counter is prevented from indexing when there is a
work interruption, press the STOP button (see section "Setting the
tramline rhythm/counter", on page 111).
Folding the track marker in before any obstructions
Fold in the active track marker before an obstacle.
Visual inspection of the distributor heads
From time to time, check the distributor heads for impurities.
Contamination and seed remains can block up the distributor heads
and have to be removed immediately [see section "Clean the distributor head", on page 134].
10.6
Turning at end of the field
Before turning at the end of the field
1. Slow down your travel speed.
2. Actuate control unit 1.
→
The machine is raised via the integrated
running gear
→
The star wheel is raised.
3. Actuate control unit 2.
→
The active track marker is raised.
4. Turn the combination as soon as the machine is raised.
Fig. 125
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After turning at the end of the field
1. Actuate control unit 1.
→
The machine is lowered.
→
The star wheel is lowered.
2. Actuate control unit 2.
→
The opposite track marker is lowered.
3. Start the field run as soon as the tine coulters touch the ground.
DANGER
After turning, if control unit 2 is actuated, the opposite track
marker is moved to the working position.
10.7
End of work in the field
Only actuate the tractor control units from inside the tractor cab!
1. Switch off the tractor universal joint shaft (optional, for blower fan
universal joint shaft drive).
2. Actuate control unit 2.
→
The active track marker is raised.
3. Actuate control unit 3.
→
Switch off the blower fan.
4. Actuate control unit 1.
→
Raise the star wheel.
→
Raise the machine via the integrated running gear.
When the machine is raised or lowered, if the tramline counter is to
be prevented from shifting on, press the STOP key as soon as the
star wheel is raised (see section "Setting the tramline
rhythm/counter", on page 111
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5. Empty the seed hopper (see section "10.8", below).
Seed residues left in the seed dosing units can swell or germinate, if
the seed dosing unit is not completely emptied!
As a result, rotation of the dosing rollers is blocked and damage can
be caused to the drive!
6. Put the Cirrus in the transport position (see section "Folding the
machine extension arms out/in", on page 118).
7. Switch off the
10.8
.
Emptying the seed hopper and/or dosing unit
DANGER
Switch off the tractor universal joint shaft and apply the tractor
parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
1 . Insert a calibration trough (Fig. 126/1) into
the holder beneath the dosing unit.
Fig. 126
2. Close the opening of the seed hopper
above the dosing unit with the shutter (Fig.
127/1) (see section "Installing/removing the
dosing roller", on page 100).
Fig. 127
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3. Open the rotary slide of the injector sluice
(see section "Seed dosing and injector
sluice", on page 60).
→
The seed drops into the calibration trough.
Fig. 128
4. Remove the dosing roller (see section
"Installing/removing the dosing roller", on
page 100).
5. Close the housing cover (Fig. 129/1).
6. Pull the shutter (Fig. 129/2) slowly out of the
dosing unit.
→ The seed drops into the calibration trough.
Fig. 129
7. Reassembly occurs in the reverse sequence.
Seed remains in the dosing unit may swell or germinate if the dosing
unit is not completely emptied. This may block the rotation of the dosing roller, causing damage to the drive.
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11
Faults
WARNING
Risk of contusions, cutting, catching, drawing in and knocks
through
•
Unintentional falling of the machine raised using the tractor's three-point hydraulic system.
•
Unintentional falling of raised, unsecured machine parts.
•
Unintentional start-up and rolling of the tractor-machine
combination.
Secure the tractor and the machine against unintentional start-up and
rolling away, before you eliminate any faults on the machine. On this
subject see section 6.2 on page 85.
Wait for the machine to stop, before entering the machine danger
area.
11.1
Residual volume indicator
If the seed level reaches the level sensor,
•
The control character marks (Fig. 130/1) the
fill level symbol in the
.
•
An alarm signal sounds.
Fig. 130
11.2
Fault table
Fan sensor alarmed
Distance sensor
(star wheel/Vario gearbox) not
functioning
130
Alarm limit wrongly set
Alter the alarm limit
Oil volume too low or too high
Set the oil volume
Fan sensor defective
Replace the fan sensor
Path sensor defective
Replace the distance sensor
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Cleaning, maintenance and repairs
WARNING
Risk of contusions, cutting, catching, drawing in and knocks
through
•
Unintentional falling of the machine raised using the tractor's three-point hydraulic system.
•
Unintentional falling of raised, unsecured machine parts.
•
Unintentional start-up and rolling of the tractor-machine
combination.
Secure the tractor and machine against unintentional starting and unintentional rolling away before you perform any cleaning, servicing or
maintenance work on the machine. On this subject see on page 85.
WARNING
Risk of crushing, shearing, cutting, being caught and/or drawn
in, or impact through unprotected danger points
•
Mount protective equipment, which you removed when cleaning,
maintaining and repairing the machine.
•
Replace defective protective equipment with new equipment.
Danger
Carry out cleaning, maintenance and repair work (if not otherwise specified) only when
•
The machine extension arms are folded out
(see section 10.1, on page 118).
•
The tractor parking brake is applied.
•
The tractor universal joint shaft is shut off.
•
The tractor engine is shut off.
•
The ignition key has been removed.
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12.1
Securing the connected machine
Before working on the machine, place the machine connected to the tractor on the sustainer
(Fig. 131/1) to prevent unintentional lowering of
the tractor's lower link.
Fig. 131
12.2
Securing the raised machine (workshop)
DANGER
Secure the machine raised above the integrated running gear
with two pins against unintended lowering before you work on
the machine.
1. Direct people out of the danger area.
2. Raise the machine fully by moving the integrated running gear out completely.
3. Remove the pin (Fig. 132/1) from the transport bracket.
The pin is secured with a pipe clip pin (Fig.
132/2).
Fig. 132
4. Insert the pin (Fig. 133/1) as shown into the
hole and secure the pin with a pipe clip pin
(Fig. 133/2).
5. The machine has two pins. Repeat the operation as described.
Fig. 133
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After completion of the cleaning, maintenance and repair work
1. Secure the two pins (Fig. 132/1) in the transport brackets.
2. Secure each pin with a pipe clip pin.
3. Lower the machine completely.
12.3
Cleaning the machine
DANGER
Wear a face mask. Do not inhale toxic dressing dust when removing dressing dust by means of compressed air.
•
Pay particular attention to the brake, air and hydraulic hose lines.
•
Never treat brake, air and hydraulic hose lines with petrol, benzene, petroleum or mineral oils.
•
After cleaning, grease the machine, in particular after cleaning
with a high pressure cleaner / steam jet or liposoluble agents.
•
Observe the statutory requirement for the handling and removal
of cleaning agents.
When cleaning with a high-pressure cleaner / steam jet, observe
the following:
•
Do not clean any electrical components.
•
Do not clean any chromed components.
•
Never aim the cleaning jet from the cleaning nozzle of the pressure washer/steam jet directly on lubrication and bearing points.
•
Always maintain a minimum jet distance of 300 mm between the
pressure washer or steam jet cleaning nozzle and the machine.
•
Comply with safety regulations when working with pressure
washers.
1. To clean, always place the machine connected to the tractor on
the stand (see section "Securing the connected machine", on
page 132 ).
2. Fold out the machine (see section Folding the machine extension arms out/in, on page 118) and lower the machine by moving
in the integrated running gear completely.
3. Empty the seed hopper and seed dosing unit (see section 10.8,
on page 128).
4. Clean the distributor head [see section "Clean the distributor
head", on page 134].
5. Clean the machine with water or with a high-pressure cleaner.
6. When you raise the machine, secure the raised machine as described in section Securing the raised machine, on page 132, before you start with the cleaning.
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Clean the distributor head
7. Direct people away from the danger area.
8. Fold out the machine (see section Folding
the machine extension arms out/in, on page
118) and lower the machine by moving in
the integrated running gear completely.
9. Extend the left track marker.
10. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft
and apply the tractor parking brake, switch
off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
11. Use safety walkway to access the distributor head (Fig. 134/1).
Fig. 134
WARNING
Switch off the tractor universal joint shaft and apply the tractor
parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
12. Slacken the winged nuts (Fig. 135/1) and
remove the clean plastic flap (Fig. 135/2)
from the distributor head.
13. Remove any impurities with a brush, and
wipe out the distributor head and plastic cap
with a dry cloth.
14. Clean impurities between the base plate
(Fig. 135/A) with compressed air.
15. Install the plastic cap (Fig. 135/2).
16. Fix the plastic cap with winged nuts (Fig.
135/1).
Fig. 135
Intensive cleaning requires the distributor head shutters to be removed in accordance with section "Setting the tramline to the track
width of the cultivating tractor", on page 151.
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12.4
Lubrication regulations
Lubricate the machine in accordance with the specifications of the
manufacturer.
Carefully clean the lubrication nipple and grease gun before lubrication
so that no dirt is pressed into the bearings. Press the dirty grease
completely into the bearings and replace it with new grease.
The lubrication points on the machine are
marked with a foil sticker (Fig. 136).
Fig. 136
12.4.1
Lubricants
For lubrication work use a lithium saponified multipurpose grease with
EP additives:
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ARAL
Aralub HL2
FINA
Marson L2
ESSO
Beacon 2
SHELL
Ratinax A
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12.4.2
Lubrication point overview
Number of lubrication nipples
Lubrication interval
Fig. 138/1
1
25 h
Fig. 138/2
1
25 h
Fig. 139/1
2
25 h
Fig. 139/2
2
25 h
Fig. 140/1
2
25 h
Fig. 140/2
2
25 h
Fig. 140/3
2
25 h
Fig. 141/1
4
25 h
Fig. 141/2
4
25 h
Fig. 142/1
2
25 h
Fig. 142/2
2
25 h
Fig. 143/1
2
25 h
Cayena 6000
Notes
Fig. 137
12.4.2.1 Lubricating the lubrication nipples when the machine is folded out and lowered
1. Fold out the machine extension arms (see section Folding the
machine extension arms out/in, on page 118).
2. Lower the machine fully by moving in the integrated running gear
completely.
3. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft and apply the tractor
parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
4. For lubrication intervals, refer to the table (Fig. 137).
Fig. 138
136
Fig. 139
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Fig. 141
Fig. 142
Fig. 143
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12.5
Maintenance schedule – overview
Carry out maintenance work when the first interval is reached.
The times, continuous services or maintenance intervals of any third
party documentation shall have priority.
Initial operation
Before initial operation
Specialist
workshop
Check and service the hydraulic
hose lines.
This inspection has to be recorded by the operator.
Section 12.6
Check oil level in Vario gearbox
Section 12.5.6
Check the inflation pressure of the Section 12.5.1
wedge ring tyres
After the first
10 operating hours
Checking the inflation pressure of
the stabilising wheels
Section 12.5.2
Specialist
workshop
Check and service the hydraulic
hose lines.
This inspection has to be recorded by the operator.
Section 12.6
Specialist
workshop
Verify that all bolted connections
fit securely.
Specialist
workshop
before starting work
Section 12.9
Section 12.5.3
Visual inspection of the lower link
pins
Section 12.5.7
Checking the seed planting depth
Section 10.4
(daily)
hourly
(e.g. for refilling the seed
hopper)
after completion of work
(daily)
138
Inspection and elimination of contaminants
•
Seed dosing unit
•
Seed hoses
•
Distributor head
•
Blower fan intake guard
screen
Emptying seed dosing unit
Section 10.8
Cleaning the machine (as required)
Section 12.3
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each week
Specialist
workshop
Check and service the hydraulic
hose lines.
This inspection has to be recorded by the operator.
Section 12.6
Specialist
workshop
Clean blower fan
(Eliminate risk of imbalance).
Section 12.3
Specialist
workshop
Check the inflation pressure of the Section 12.5.1
wedge ring tyres
(at least every
50 operating hours)
every 2 weeks
every 3 months
Checking the inflation pressure of
the stabilising wheels
Section 12.5.2
Check oil level in Vario gearbox
Section 12.5.6
Specialist
workshop
Brake inspection (specialist workshop)
Section 12.7.1
Specialist
workshop
Check and service the hydraulic
hose lines.
This inspection has to be recorded by the operator.
Section 12.6
Servicing roller chains and chain
wheels
Section 12.5.4
Servicing sowing shaft bearings
Section 12.5.5
(at least every
500 operating hours)
before the start of the season
after the end of the season
Every 12 months
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Check the service brake system
for safe operating condition.
This inspection has to be recorded by the operator.
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12.5.1
Check the inflation pressure of the wedge ring tyres
Check compliance with specified tyre pressure
(see table Fig. 144).
Observe inspection intervals
(see section Maintenance schedule – overview, on page 138).
Tyres
Rated air pressure of
tyres
400/55-15.5 139A8
4.3 bar
Fig. 144
12.5.2
Checking the inflation pressure of the stabilising wheels
Check compliance with specified tyre pressure
(see table Fig. 145).
Observe inspection intervals
(see section Maintenance schedule – overview, on page 138).
Tyres
Rated air pressure of
tyres
10.0/75-15
3.5 bar
Fig. 145
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12.5.3
Retighten wheel and hub screws (specialist workshop)
Tighten the wheel and hub screws and check tightening torques (see
table Fig. 146).
Observe inspection intervals
(see section Maintenance schedule – overview, on page 138).
(1)
(2)
Bolt
Tightening
torque
Wheel bolt
M18 x 1.5
325 Nm
Bolt
M16x1.5
450 Nm
8.8
Fig. 146
12.5.4
Servicing roller chains and chain wheels
After the season, make sure all roller chains are
12.5.5
•
cleaned (including the chain wheels and chain tensioner)
•
checked
•
lubricate with low-viscosity mineral oil (SAE30 or SAE40).
Servicing sowing shaft bearings
Lightly grease the seat of the sowing shaft bearing with a thin mineral oil (SAE 30 or SAE 40).
Fig. 147
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12.5.6
Check oil level in Vario gearbox
1. Position the machine on a horizontal surface.
2. Check the oil level.
The oil level must be visible in the oil sight glass
(Fig. 148/1).
There is no need to change the oil.
The oil filler neck (Fig. 148/2) is used to top up
the Vario gearbox.
Refer to the table (Fig. 149) for the grade of
transmission oil required.
Fig. 148
Hydraulic fluid grades and fill level of the Vario gearbox
Total filling level:
Transmission fluid (alternatives):
0.9 litres
Wintershall Wintal UG22 WTL-HM (ex-works)
Fuchs Renolin MR5 VG22
Fig. 149
12.5.7
Visual inspection of the lower link pins
WARNING
Risk of contusions, catching, and knocks when the machine unexpectedly releases from the tractor!
Check the lower link pin for conspicuous defects whenever the machine is coupled. Replace the drawbar if there are any clear signs of
wear to the lower link pin.
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12.6
Hydraulic system
WARNING
Risk of infection through the high pressure hydraulic fluid of the
hydraulic system entering the body!
•
Only a specialist workshop may carry out work on the hydraulic
system.
•
Depressurise the hydraulic system before carrying out work on
the hydraulic system.
•
When searching for leak points, always use suitable aids.
•
Never attempt to plug leaks in hydraulic lines using your hand or
fingers.
Escaping high pressure fluid (hydraulic fluid) may pass through
the skin and ingress into the body, causing serious injuries.
If you are injured by hydraulic fluid, contact a doctor immediately. Risk of infection!
•
When connecting the hydraulic hose lines to the hydraulic system of connected machines, ensure that the hydraulic system is
depressurised on both the drawing vehicle and the trailer.
•
Ensure that the hydraulic hose lines are connected correctly.
•
Regularly check all the hydraulic hose lines and couplings for
damage and impurities.
•
Have the hydraulic hose lines checked at least once a year by a
specialist for proper functioning.
•
Replace the hydraulic hose line if it is damaged or worn. Only
hydraulic hose lines.
use original
•
The hydraulic hose lines should not be used for longer than six
years, including any storage time of maximum two years. Even
with proper storage and approved use, hoses and hose connections are subject to natural ageing, thus limiting the length of
use. However, it may be possible to specify the length of use
from experience values, in particular when taking the risk potential into account. In the case of hoses and hose connections made from thermoplastics, other guide values may be decisive.
•
Dispose of old oil in the correct way. If you have problems with
disposal, contact your oil supplier.
•
Keep hydraulic fluid out of the reach of children!
•
Ensure that no hydraulic fluid enters the soil or waterways.
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Labelling hydraulic hose lines
The valve chest identification provides the
following information:
Fig. 150/...
(1) Manufacturer's marking on the hydraulic
hose line (A1HF)
(2) Date of manufacture of the hydraulic hose
line
(08/02 = Year / Month = February 2008)
(3) Maximum approved operating pressure
(210 BAR).
Fig. 150
12.6.2
Maintenance intervals
After the first 10 operating hours, and then every 50 operating
hours
1. Check all the components of the hydraulic system for tightness.
2. If necessary, tighten screw unions.
Before each start-up
1. Check hydraulic hose lines for visible damage.
2. Eliminate any scouring points on hydraulic hose lines and pipes.
3. Replace any worn or damaged hydraulic hose lines immediately.
12.6.3
Inspection criteria for hydraulic hose lines
For your own safety, comply with the following inspection criteria.
Replace hydraulic hose lines, on determining any of the following during the inspection:
144
•
Damage to the outer layer up to the ply (e.g. scouring points,
cuts, cracks).
•
Brittleness of the outer layer (crack formation of the hose material).
•
Deformations which do not match the natural shape of the hose
or the hose line. Both in a depressurised and pressurised state
or when bent (e.g. layer separation, bubble formation, pinching,
bends).
•
Untight points.
•
Damage or deformation of the hose assembly (sealing function
restricted); minor surface damage is not a reason for replacement.
•
Movement of the hose out of the assembly.
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Corrosion of assembly, reducing the function and tightness.
•
Installation requirements not complied with.
•
Life span of 6 years has been exceeded.
The date of manufacture of the hydraulic hose line on the assembly is decisive for determining these six years. If the date of
manufacture on the assembly is "2008", then the hose should
not be used beyond February 2014. See also "Labelling of hydraulic hose lines".
12.6.4
Installation and removal of hydraulic hose lines
When installing and removing hydraulic hose lines, always observe
the following information:
•
Only use original
•
Ensure cleanliness.
•
You must always install the hydraulic lines so that, in all states of
operation:
hydraulic hose lines.
ο
There is no tension, apart from the hose's own weight.
ο
There is no possibility of jolting on short lengths.
ο
Outer mechanical influences on the hydraulic hose lines are
avoided.
Use appropriate arrangements and fixing to prevent any
scouring of the hoses on components or on each other. If
necessary, secure hydraulic hose lines using protective covers. Cover sharp-edged components.
ο
The approved bending radii may not be exceeded.
•
When connecting a hydraulic hose line to moving parts, the hose
length must be appropriate so that the smallest approved bending radius is not undershot over the whole area of movement
and/or the hydraulic hose line is not overtensioned.
•
Fix the hydraulic hose lines to the intended fixing points. Avoid
using hose clips at points where the natural movement and
changes in length of the hose will be restricted.
•
It is forbidden to paint over hydraulic hose lines.
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12.7
Hydraulic service brake system
DANGER
•
Only specialist workshops or recognised brake services
may perform adjustment and repair work on the brake system.
•
Regularly have the brake system inspected thoroughly
(see section "Maintenance schedule – overview", on page
138).
•
Be particularly careful with welding, burning and drilling
work in the vicinity of brake lines.
•
No welding or soldering may be performed on valve fittings
or pipes. Any damaged parts must be replaced.
•
Always perform a braking test after any adjusting or repair
work on the braking system.
•
For servicing and maintenance work on the braking system
observe the section "Safety information for users", on page
28.
WARNING
The service brake system does not have a parking brake!
Always use wheel chocks before uncoupling the machine from
the tractor.
If the visual inspection, function or action testing of the service brake
system shows any signs of deficiencies, have a thorough inspection
of all components performed immediately at a specialist workshop.
CAUTION
Observe the legal regulations for all service work.
Only genuine spare parts may be used.
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12.7.1
Brake inspection (specialist workshop)
Observe inspection intervals
(see section Maintenance schedule – overview, on page 1381).
1)
This servicing interval is a recommendation. Depending on the deployment, e.g. constant driving on hilly terrain, this may have to be
shortened.
Have the following work carried out by a specialist workshop:
•
Check the safe operating condition of the service brake system.
•
Check the wear of brake linings.
Replace the brake shoes when the remaining lining thickness is
less than 2.0 mm (bonded linings). Use only original brake shoes
with type-tested brake linings. When doing so, also replace the
shoe return springs if necessary.
CAUTION
Observe the legal regulations for all service work.
Only genuine spare parts may be used.
In Germany Section 57 of the regulation BGV D 29 of the industrial injuries mutual insurance organisation requires as follows:
the keeper has to have vehicles tested as required, however at least
once annually, by an expert as to their safe operating condition.
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12.7.2
Checking the brake drum for dirt (specialist workshop)
1. Unscrew the two cover plates (Fig. 151/1)
inside the brake drum.
2. Remove any dirt and plant residue.
3. Refit the cover plates.
Fig. 151
CAUTION
Penetrating dirt may clog the brake linings (Fig. 151/2), which
considerably reduces the braking power.
Risk of accident!
If there is dirt in the brake drum, the brake linings must be
checked by a specialist workshop.
For this purpose, the wheel and brake drum must be detached.
12.7.3
Brake lining inspection (specialist workshop)
Replace the brake lining when the remaining lining thickness is
•
5 mm for riveted linings.
•
2 mm for bonded linings.
Remove the rubber plug (Fig. 152/1) in the inspection hole.
Then reinsert the rubber plug.
Fig. 152
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12.7.4
Grease replacement of the wheel hub bearings (specialist workshop)
1. Safely jack up the machine at the marked
points (Fig. 153).
Fig. 153
2. Release the brake.
3. Remove the wheels and dust caps.
4. Remove the lynch pin and unscrew the axle
nut.
5. Use a suitable puller to pull off the wheel
hub (Fig. 154/1) with brake drum, tapered
roller bearing and sealing elements from the
stub axle.
Fig. 154
6. Label removed wheel hubs and bearing cages, so that they are
not mixed up when installed.
7. Check tapered roller bearing for wear, replace if necessary.
8. Clean the brake, check it for wear, make sure it is intact and
functions and replace worn parts.
The interior of the brake must be kept free from lubricants and
dirt deposits.
9. Thoroughly clean the inside and outside of the wheel hubs. Remove old grease completely. Thoroughly clean the bearings and
seals (diesel oil) and check for reusability.
Before refitting the bearings, lightly grease the bearing seats and
then refit all parts in the reverse order. Carefully drive parts onto
press fits with tube bushings without jamming or damaging them.
The bearings, the wheel hub cavity between the bearings and
the dust cap must be smeared with grease before fitting. The
grease quantity should fill approx. a quarter to a third of the
space in the installed hub.
10. Install the axle nut and adjust the bearings and brakes. Finally,
carry out a function check and an appropriate test run and rectify
any detected faults.
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12.8
Workshop settings and repair work
12.8.1
Setting the tramline to the tractor's track (specialist workshop)
WARNING
Switch off the tractor universal joint shaft and apply the tractor
parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
12.8.1.1 Adjusting the wheelmark spacing of the cultivating tractor (specialist workshop)
When the machine is delivered or when buying a
new cultivating tractor, check that the tramline is
set to the track width (Fig. 155/a) of the cultivating tractor.
Fig. 155
The seed tubes (Fig. 156/1) of the tramline
coulters must be fixed to the distributor head
openings, which can be closed by the shutters
(Fig. 156/2).
If necessary, interchange the seed line tubes.
Fig. 156
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12.8.1.2 Setting the tramline to the track width of the cultivating tractor (specialist workshop)
When the machine is delivered or when buying a
new cultivating tractor, check that the tramline is
set to the track width (Fig. 157/a) of the cultivating tractor.
Fig. 157
The track changes with the number of coulters not outputting seed
when the tramlines are created.
To create two tracks, in the distributor head it is possible to close the
sliders (Fig. 156/2):
•
for machines with 6m working width up to 6 openings.
Deactivate any non-required shutters (Fig. 156/2) (see on page 152).
Deactivated shutters do not close the feed lines to the tramline coulters.
Always activate or deactivate pairs of shutters positioned opposite
each other on the base plate.
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Activating or deactivating shutters
1. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft
and apply the tractor parking brake,
switch off the tractor engine and remove
the ignition key.
2. Set the tramline counter to "0" in the
, as when creating tramlines.
3. Switch off the
.
4. Remove the outer distributor cover (Fig.
158/1).
5. Remove the ring (Fig. 158/2).
6. Remove the inner distributor cover (Fig.
158/3).
Fig. 158
7. Remove the foam insert (Fig. 158/4).
8. Slacken the screws (Fig. 159/1).
9. Remove the slider tunnel (Fig. 159/2).
Activating the sliders:
10. The shutters (Fig. 159/3) is in the guide,
as shown in the diagram.
Deactivating the sliders:
11. Turn the shutters around (Fig. 159/3) and
push them into the drill hole (Fig. 159/4).
12. Screw the slider tunnel (Fig. 159/2) onto
the base plate.
Fig. 159
13. Install the foam insert (Fig. 160/1).
14. Install the inner distributor cover (Fig.
160/2).
15. Install the ring (Fig. 160/3).
16. Install the outer distributor cover (Fig.
160/4).
17. Check the function of the tramline control.
Fig. 160
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12.8.2
Setting the track marker for correct fitting in the transport bracket (workshop)
When the track marker is folded in, the roller
(Fig. 161/1) runs on the raceway (Fig. 161/2) into the mounting.
To set the track marker:
1. Switch off the tractor's universal joint shaft
and apply the tractor parking brake, switch
off the tractor engine and remove the ignition key.
2. Release the lock nut.
3. Adjust the screw (Fig. 161/3) until the roller
(Fig. 161/1) of the track marker is running
properly over the raceway (Fig. 161/2) into
the mounting.
Fig. 161
4. Tighten the lock nut.
DANGER
Apply the tractor parking brake, switch off the tractor engine and
remove the ignition key before working on the track marker.
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12.8.3
Repairs to the pressure tank (workshop)
Functional description of the pressure tank
For re-compaction of the soil the tapered ring tyres are subjected to
the weight of the machine.
Part of the machine's weight is transmitted via the folding cylinders to
the outer tapered ring tyres. As the hydraulic fluid is almost noncompressible, the pressure does not remain constant even when the
folding cylinders are shut off, i.e. when the oil is cooling down. The
folding cylinders retract by several millimetres. In order to compensate
for the volume loss, during the folding out procedure oil is stored at a
pressure of approx. 100 bar in a pressure tank filled with nitrogen (Fig.
162/1).
In the event of a repair observe the following
The hydraulic system and the pressure tank
connected to it (Fig. 162/1) are under a constant high pressure (approx. 100 bar).
Release of the hydraulic hose lines or the unscrewing or opening of the pressure tank in the
event of a repair may be performed only in a
specialist workshop with suitable auxiliary
means.
For all work on the pressure tank and the hydraulic system connected to it observe the
standard EN 982 (safety requirements for fluid
systems).
Fig. 162
DANGER
The hydraulic system and the pressure tank connected to it are
under a constant high pressure (approx. 100 bar).
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12.9
Screw tightening torques
Thread
M8
M 8x1
M 10
M 10x1
M 12
M 12x1.5
M 14
M 14x1.5
M 16
M 16x1.5
M 18
M 18x1.5
M 20
M 20x1.5
M 22
M 22x1.5
M 24
M 24x2
M 27
M 27x2
M 30
M 30x2
Width across
flats
[mm]
13
16 (17)
18 (19)
22
24
27
30
32
36
41
46
Tightening torques [Nm]
depending on the quality of the nuts/bolts
8.8
10.9
12.9
25
27
49
52
86
90
135
150
210
225
290
325
410
460
550
610
710
780
1050
1150
1450
1600
35
38
69
73
120
125
190
210
300
315
405
460
580
640
780
860
1000
1100
1500
1600
2,000
2250
41
41
83
88
145
150
230
250
355
380
485
550
690
770
930
1050
1200
1300
1800
1950
2400
2700
For the tightening torques of the wheel and hub bolts, see section
12.5.3, on page 141.
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13.1
Hydraulic diagram
Hydraulic diagram Cayena 6000
Fig. 163/...
Designation
Fig. 163/...
Designation
T1
Tractor
T30
Anti-fracture device, rear
T2
Switch for track marker flaps
T31
Anti-fracture device, front
T3
Shutoff valve, track marker
T32
Throttle non-return valve lift,
right
T4
Shut-off valve, pretensioning
pressure
T33
Throttle non-return valve lift,
left
T5
Pressure limiter, track marker
T34
1 cable tie, red
T6
Track marker shuttle valve
T35
2 cable tie, blue
T7
Track marker fastener
T36
1 cable tie, blue
T8
Pressure gauge, pretensioning
pressure
T37
2 cable ties, green
T9
Pressure accumulator, pretensioning pressure
T38
1 cable tie, green
T10
Star wheel throttle
T39
2 cable ties, yellow
T11
Star wheel switch valve
T40
1 cable tie, yellow
T14
Track marker, right
T41
2 cable ties, red
T15
Track marker, left
T42
Pressure limiter, flaps
T16
Star wheel lift
T43
Bypass non-return valve
T17
Tramline marker, left (optional)
T44
Bypass throttle
T18
Tramline marker, right (optional)
T45
Bypass switch valve
T19
Valve, tramline marker (optional)
T46
Hyd. on-board unit,
universal joint shaft drive (optional)
T20
Lift, right
T21
Lift, left
T22
Flaps, rear
T23
Flaps, front
T24
Adjustment of tine section, right
(optional)
T25
Adjustment of tine section, left
(optional)
T27
Protective valve, blower fan
drive
T28
Blower fan drive
All position specifications in direction of travel
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