Refer to Your Owner s Manual, Sections 2-3 and 2-4

Refer to Your Owner s Manual, Sections 2-3 and 2-4
Ground Drive
Startup
Power On
Press the Power Key to turn the monitor on.
Monitor ID
When the unit is turned on, the following display
sequence takes place:
Version Number
• MORRIS is briefly displayed along with the Version
number of the monitor software. This number
should be included with any reports of faulty
or unexpected system operation.
This “Splash” screen is displayed for a short time
– long enough to go through the system startup
and wakeup all of the sensors (approximately 3
seconds).
• If any sensors are found, the monitor proceeds to
the “Operating” screen
• If no sensors are found, the monitor proceeds to
the “Installation” screen.
Power Off
Press and hold the Power Key for a couple of seconds
until the monitor turns off.
Splash Screen
Force Language
The user can press and hold the following keys when
turning monitor on to force the display to a certain
language:
Force English Language
• Press and hold the UP and DOWN keys. Push the
power button. Release the UP and DOWN keys
after the correct language is shown.
Force Russian Language
• Press and hold Soft key 1 and Soft key 2. Push
the power button. Release the UP and DOWN keys
after the correct language is shown.
Note: This language setting will not be retained
when the monitor is turned off. To retain
language setting, go to “Global Settings”
and choose “Language” and select “Exit
and Save” option.
Monitor - Version 3
August 2011
Operating Screen
2-3
Ground Drive
Startup - Continued
Startup Menu Screen
The startup menu screen provides the user with four
different options:
1) System Startup – this will not install any sensors.
2) Learn New System – this is used to learn a new
compliment of sensors, but not modify the menu
parameters that have already been customized by
the user.
3) Default Settings – this is used to restore all of the
menu parameters to the factory configuration.
4) Learn New System and Default Settings – this
performs the actions of number 2 and number 3
above.
System Startup Screen
2-4
August 2011
Monitor - Version 3
VRT Drive
Startup
Turn power on in the following sequence:
1. Controller Switch
2. Monitor
3. VRT Console (To run metering system)
Monitor ID
Version Number
The VRT Hydraulic Motors will turn 1/2 revolution to
check zero position when the tractor hydraulics are
engaged to run the air cart System.
Power On
Press the Power Key to turn the monitor on.
When the unit is turned on, the following display
sequence takes place:
•
MORRIS is briefly displayed along with the Version
number of the monitor software. This number
should be included with any reports of faulty
or unexpected system operation.
This “Splash” screen is displayed for a short time
– long enough to go through the system startup
and wakeup all of the sensors (approximately 3
seconds).
•
•
If any sensors are found, the monitor proceeds to
the “Operating” screen
Splash Screen
If no sensors are found, the monitor proceeds to
the “Installation” screen.
Power Off
Press and hold the Power Key for a couple of seconds
until the monitor turns off.
Force Language
The user can press and hold the following keys when
turning monitor on to force the display to a certain
language:
Force English Language
•
Operating Screen
Press and hold the UP and DOWN keys. Push the
power button. Release the UP and DOWN keys
after the correct language is shown.
Force Russian Language
•
Press and hold Soft key 1 and Soft key 2. Push
the power button. Release the UP and DOWN keys
after the correct language is shown.
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Note: This forced language setting will not be
retained when the monitor is turned off. To
retain language setting, go to “Global
Settings” and choose “Language” and
select “Exit and Save” option.
August 2011
Monitor - Version 3
VRT Drive
Startup - Continued
Startup Menu Screen
The startup menu screen provides the user with four
different options:
1) System Startup – this will not install any sensors.
2) Learn New System – this is used to learn a new
compliment of sensors, but not modify the menu
parameters that have already been customized by
the user.
3) Default Settings – this is used to restore all of the
menu parameters to the factory configuration.
4) Learn New System and Default Settings – this
performs the actions of number 2 and number 3
above.
System Startup Screen
Monitor - Version 3
August 2011
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