RX375P - TeeJet

RX375P - TeeJet
RX375p
I n s ta l l at i o n M AN U AL
Copyrights
© 2013 TeeJet Technologies. All rights reserved. No part of this document or the computer programs described in it may be reproduced, copied,
photocopied, translated, or reduced in any form or by any means, electronic or machine readable, recording or otherwise, without prior written
consent from TeeJet Technologies.
Trademarks
Unless otherwise noted, all other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or organizations.
Limitation of Liability
TEEJET TECHNOLOGIES PROVIDES THIS MATERIAL “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.
NO COPYRIGHT LIABILITY OR PATENT IS ASSUMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL TEEJET TECHNOLOGIES BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OF
BUSINESS, LOSS OF PROFIT, LOSS OF USE OR DATA, INTERRUPTION OF BUSINESS, OR FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, EVEN IF TEEJET TECHNOLOGIES HAS BEEN ADVISED OF SUCH DAMAGES ARISING FROM
TEEJET TECHNOLOGIES SOFTWARE.
RX375P
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
2
features2
LED.................................................................................................................................................................................................2
Radar-Simulated Pulse Output.......................................................................................................................................................2
CAN................................................................................................................................................................................................2
Chapter 2 Installation
3
PREPARATION3
Components3
Cables4
Cable Interface...............................................................................................................................................................................4
Extension Power/Data Cable..........................................................................................................................................................4
RX375P Placement................................................................................................................................................................................................ 5
Routing and Securing the Cables...................................................................................................................................................5
Mounting options
5
Magnetic Mount..............................................................................................................................................................................5
Surface Mount................................................................................................................................................................................5
Pole Mount......................................................................................................................................................................................5
Powering the RX375P
6
EXTERNAL DEVICE CONNECTIONS
6
Factory Parameters........................................................................................................................................................................6
Environmental Considerations........................................................................................................................................................7
Chapter 3 GPS Overview
GPS Operation
7
7
Automatic Tracking.........................................................................................................................................................................7
Receiver Performance....................................................................................................................................................................7
Differential Operation
8
SBAS..............................................................................................................................................................................................8
The Basics......................................................................................................................................................................................8
Automatic SBAS Tracking...............................................................................................................................................................8
e-Dif................................................................................................................................................................................................8
APPENDIX A - TROUBLESHOOTING
8
APPENDIX B - SPECIFICATIONS
9
APPENDIX C - SURFACE MOUNT TEMPLATE
10
APPENDIX D - ILLUSTRATIONS
11
98-05327-ENUS R0
1
RX375P
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
The RX375P is a smart antenna that tracks GPS and SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, and MSAS) signals. The RX375P provides sub-meter performance
with 2.0 ft (60 cm) accuracy 95% of the time. It utilizes COASTTM technology during differential outages. The RX375P is also capable of using
e-Dif® and L-Dif® technology.
features
The RX375P has several features that will enhance the product’s
performance.
• Two RS232 serial ports
• One Tri-colored LED
• Radar-simulated pulse output
• CAN communication
• Centimeter-level accuracy using Crescent technology in a rugged,
all-in-one enclosure
• RTK baselines of up to 5 km
• Supports CAN, NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000*, binary for
communication with external devices
* To use the A101 in a NMEA 2000 network requires NMEA
certification and a NMEA2000 adapter cable
• Wide operating voltage range of 7-32 VDC, providing high
transient protection for any power source
• Integrated 2D tilt sensor enables offset corrections
• 1 PPS timing output
LED
The RX375P uses one tri-colored LED:
• Red indicates the power is on
Radar-Simulated Pulse Output
The radar-simulated pulse output provides accurate ground speed. The
RX375P uses pin 12 for the speed out pin. Pin 12 will output a square
wave with a 50% duty cycle. The frequency of the square wave varies
directly with speed. 94 Hz represents a speed of 1 meter per second,
or a 28.65 pulse per foot traveled.
NOTE: Pin 12 does not have any form of isolation or surge protection.
It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED to incorporate some form of
isolation circuitry into the supporting hardware if Speed Radar
Pulse output is to be utilized.
CAN
The RX375P features Controller Area Network (CAN) to handle
communication between CAN-based devices. The RX375P supports
a selection of NMEA 2000 messages that can be broadcast on a
CAN bus. The following table provides a listing of the NMEA 2000
commands that are used.
Table 1: NMEA 2000 Commands
PNG 129029
GNSSPositionData
PNG 129025
GNSSPositionRapidupdate
PNG 129026
NMEACogSogData
• Amber indicates a GPS lock
• Flashing Green indicates DGPS is being acquired
• Green indicates a DGPS solution
Chapter 2 Installation
PREPARATION
Before beginning the installation, thoroughly clean the mounting area.
Park the vehicle on a clean, level floor with adequate clearance to work around.
Do not attempt to loosen or attach any fittings while the engine is running.
Photos and illustrations may vary form the actual components provided. This may be due to different installation options, operation modes or
production models.
Always try to use original parts. Built to the highest standards of safety and reliability, TeeJet Technologies parts are to be used for this system
as others might jeopardize the safety and function of the system. TeeJet is not responsible for any redesign or adaptations of the RX375P. Any
changes to the RX375P voids the company warranty.
2
www.teejet.com
RX375P
Components
Unpack the installation kit and identify the required parts for your installation.
Item Part Number Description A
78-50203
Quantity
Receiver, RX375P, SBAS.................................................................................................................................................1
B
Magnet Mount Adapter, RX375P......................................................................................................................................1
C
Magnet, RX375P..............................................................................................................................................................1
D*
D*
D*
D*
Cable, RX370P DB9, Speed, Power................................................................................................................................1
Cable, RX370P Speed Only.............................................................................................................................................1
Cable, GPS Data w/12 position Deutsch..........................................................................................................................1
Cable, Deutsch to DB9.....................................................................................................................................................1
Cable, Com 1 & 2 with Power In.......................................................................................................................................1
45-05496
45-05495
45-05338
45-05340
45-05350
* Depends on which cable was ordered with the receiver.
Item
Part #
Description
A
78-50203
Receiver, RX375P, SBAS
B
Magnet Mount Adapter, RX375P
C
Magnet, RX375P
Illustration
+12v
Switched
45-05496
DC: xx/xx
D*
45-05496
Cable, RX370P DB9, Speed, Power
19200 GGA 5 Hz
VTG 1Hz
Speed
Out Put
45-05495
Cable, RX370P Speed Only
45-05338
Cable, GPS Data w/12 position Deutsch
Ground
Speed
45-05354
DC: xx/xx
D*
45-05338
DC: xx/xx
98-05327-ENUS R0
3
RX375P
Item
Part #
Description
Illustration
GPS
NMEA Data
D*
45-05340
0
534
45-0 xx/xx
:
DC
Cable, Deutsch to DB9
Power
Power
D*
45-05350
Cable, Com 1 & 2 with Power In
Port A
4800 GGA 5Hz
VTG 1Hz
45-05350
DC: xx/xx
Port B
19200 GGA 5Hz
VTG 1Hz
* Depends on which cable was ordered with the receiver
Cables
The following figure provides a front view of the Deutsch connector
receptacle’s numbering.
1
10
• Speed
9
• CAN
8
12
2
7
6
5
The following table provides the Deutsch connector’s pin-outs.
Table 2: Deutsch Connector’s Pin-Outs
The cable options include:
• DB9 Serial
Figure 1: Deutsch Connector Receptacle Numbering
11
3
4
Cable Interface
• Power
Additional extension cables may be purchased, as necessary, for other
installations. This allows the RX375P to be quickly and easily moved
from one installation to another. If an extension cable is damaged in the
field, it can be replaced without returning the complete RX375P system.
Extension Power/Data Cable
The RX375P system is quickly installed with one of the various extension
cables. When choosing a route for the RX375P extension cable:
• Avoid running cables in areas of excessive heat
• Keep cables away from corrosive chemicals
• Do not run the extension cable through door or window jams
Pin-Out
Function
Pin-Out
Function
1
Manual mark in
7
One PPS
2
TxB
8
RxA
3
RxB
9
CAN Low
4
CAN High
10
Power in (12V)
• Remove unwanted slack from the extension cable at the receiver
end
5
Signal Ground
11
Power Ground
• Secure along the cable route using plastic ties or wraps
6
TxA
12
Speed Out
The RX375P is preset to the following settings:
Port A
4800 Baud, GGA 1 Hz, VTG 1 Hz
Port B
19200 Baud, GGA 5 Hz, VTG 1 Hz
4
www.teejet.com
• Keep cables away from rotating machinery
• Do not bend excessively or crimp the cables
• Avoid placing tension on the cables
Warning! Cables improperly installed near machinery can
be dangerous.
RX375P
Mounting
RX375P Placement
Placement of the RX375P is crucial to the system’s operation. The
GPS engine inside the RX375P computes a position based upon
measurements from each satellite to the internal GPS antenna unit.
Mount the RX375P to the identified point of interest. When choosing
a location, make certain there is an unobstructed view of the sky
available to the smart antenna. This will ensure that the GPS satellites
are not masked by obstructions, which can potentially reduce system
performance.
To place the RX375P:
1. Mount the RX375P on, or as close to the center of the point of
measurement.
2. Position the RX375P as high as possible.
The following illustration provides an example of the ideal location for
vehicle placement.
Figure 2: RX375P Vehicle Placement
Mounting options
The RX375P can be mounted in several ways: Magnetic Mount,
Surface Mount or Pole Mount.
Magnetic Mount
The magnetic mount can be screwed into the bottom of the RX375P
and mounts to metal surfaces. A metal disc and foam adhesive are
included with each magnetic mount. Use the foam adhesive to bond
the metal disc to the desired mounting location if there are no metal
surfaces.
To use the metal disc and foam adhesive:
1. Clean and dry the mounting surface on the vehicle.
2. Remove the backing from one side of the foam adhesive and press
the metal plate onto the mounting surface on the vehicle.
3. Remove the backing from the other side of the foam adhesive.
4. Press the metal plate onto the mounting surface of the vehicle.
5. Apply firm pressure to ensure good adhesion.
6. Place the RX375P on top of the metal disc.
Surface Mount
As an alternative to the magnetic mount, the antenna is easily attached
to the surface with four machine screws (no. 8-32, not included).
To surface mount the antenna:
Routing and Securing the Cables
Consider the following when routing cables:
• Power/data cable must reach an appropriate power source
• Power/data cable may connect to a data storage device,
computer, or other device that accepts GPS data
• Do not run cables in areas of excessive heat
• Do not expose cables to corrosive chemicals
• Do not crimp or excessively bend cables
• Do not place tension on cables
• Coil up excess cable in the cab of the vehicle or near the antenna
• Secure along the cable route using plastic tie wraps as necessary
• Do not run cables near high voltage or strong RF noise and
transmitter sources
WARNING! Improperly installed cables near machinery may cause
injury or death.
1. Use the templates located in Appendix C of this document, or
photocopy the bottom of the antenna and use it as a template to
plan the mounting hole locations
Warning! Make sure the printout of the template or the
photocopy is scaled ONE TO ONE with the mounting holes
on the bottom of the antenna!
2. Mark the mounting hole centers as necessary on the
mounting surface.
NOTE: If using a photocopy of the receiver bottom, punch the
holes in the copy and use the back of the copy when marking
from the outside of the cab.
3. Place the antenna over the marks to ensure that the planned hole
centers agree with the true hole centers. Adjust as necessary.
4. Use a center punch on the hole centers in order to guide
the drill bit.
5. Drill the mounting holes with a 9 mm bit appropriate for
the surface mount.
6. Place the antenna over the mounting holes and insert
the mounting screws through the bottom of the mounting
surface and into the antenna.
arning! Install the antenna only hand-tight.
W
Damage resulting from overtightening the antenna is
not covered by warranty.
Pole Mount
The center thread of the antenna is 5/8 in (15.875 mm) for compatibility
with a survey pole (not included).
98-05327-ENUS R0
5
RX375P
Powering the RX375P
Connect the RX375P to a TeeJet Technologies guidance system or
a 12 volt DC source with a power connector. Refer to Appendix D
for illustrations. Choosing the appropriate connector will depend on
specific installation requirements.
NOTE: It is recommended that a weather-tight connection and
connector be used if the connection will be located outside.
arning! Be careful not to provide a voltage higher than
W
the input range. This will damage the antenna.
The RX375P accepts an input voltage between 7 and 32 VDC via the
cable. For best performance, the supplied power should be continuous
and clean.
EXTERNAL DEVICE CONNECTIONS
The serial ports of the RX375P operate at the RS-232C interface level
to communicate with external data loggers, navigation systems, and
other devices. The serial ports are accessible via the extension cable
that features a DB9 female data connector. The serial ports are also
used for firmware updates.
NOTE: For successful communication, the baud rate of the RX375P
serial port must be set to match that of the devices to which
they are connected.
The following figure illustrates the numbering for the extension cable’s
DB9 socket connector (female). The associated numbering for the plug
connector (male) is a mirror reflection of the scheme illustrated.
Figure 3: DB9 Socket Numbering
5
arning! Do not apply a voltage higher than 32 VDC.
W
This will damage the receiver and void the warranty.
4
3
2
1
The RX375P features reverse polarity protection to prevent excessive
damage if the power leads are accidentally reversed. With the
application of power, the RX375P will automatically proceed through an
internal start-up sequence. However, it will be ready to communicate
immediately.
NOTE: The initial start-up can take from 5 to 15 minutes depending
upon location.
NOTE: The RX375P can take up to five (5) minutes for a full
ionospheric map to be received from SBAS. Optimum accuracy
will be obtained once the RX375P is processing corrected
positions using complete ionospheric information.
9
8
7
6
NOTE: Other pins on the serial ports may be active depending on the
optional cable selection.
Table 3: Extension Cable Pin-Out, DB9
Pin Number
Function
2
Transmit RX375P NMEA 0183, binary and RTCM
3
Receive RX375P NMEA 0183, binary and RTCM input
5
Signal Ground
Factory Parameters
Table 4: DGPS Options
Application
6
www.teejet.com
Application 1
SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, etc.)
Application 2
e-Dif (unsubscribed)
RX375P
Chapter 3 GPS Overview
Table 5: Serial Port Settings
Serial Port
Baud Rate
Data Bits
Parity
Stop Bits
Interface
Level
4800*
8
None
1
R2-232C
9600
8
None
1
R2-232C
8
None
1
R2-232C
8
None
1
R2-232C
57600
8
None
1
R2-232C
115200
8
None
1
R2-232C
Serial Port 19200**
A and B
38400
For operator convenience, both the GPS and differential correction of
the RX375P are pre-configured. The receiver will work out of the box,
and for most applications, little user setup is required. When powered
for the first time, the RX375P will perform a “cold start” which involves
acquiring the available GPS satellites in view and the SBAS differential
service.
GPS Operation
*Serial Port A default setting
The GPS engine is always operating, regardless of the DGPS mode of
operation. The following sections describe the general operation of the
RX375P’s internal GPS engine.
**Serial Port B default setting
Automatic Tracking
Table 6: GPS Message Output Options
GPS Message
Update Rate
Elavation Mask
GPS Binary
From 1 Hz to 20 Hz
5°
NMEA 0183
From 1 Hz to 20 Hz
5°
NMEA 2000 (CAN)
From 1 Hz to 20 Hz
5°
The CAN port will automatically output the NMEA 2000 messages.
Custom Configuration
All aspects of the RX375P may be configured through the serial port
with the use of GPS commands. The user can configure the following
items:
• Selecting one of the two on-board applications
• Selecting the baud rate
• Choosing which NMEA 0183 data message to output on the dual
serial ports and the update rate of each message
NOTE: The changes made to the RX375P will not be saved to memory
for subsequent power-up unless a save command is issued.
NOTE: Contact your local TeeJet Technologies dealer for information
regarding the use of GPS commands to customize
configuration.
Environmental Considerations
The GPS engine within the RX375P automatically searches for GPS
satellites, acquires the signals, and manages the navigation information
required for positioning and tracking. This is a hands-free mode of
operation.
Receiver Performance
The RX375P works by finding four or more GPS satellites in the visible
sky and uses the information those satellites provide to compute an
appropriate position (typically within 7-10 ft (2-3 m).) Since there is
some error in the GPS data calculations, the RX375P also tracks a
differential correction. The RX375P uses these corrections to improve
its position to less than 3 ft (1 m).
There are two main aspects of GPS receiver performance:
• Positioning
• Satellite acquisition quality
GPS is essentially a timing system. When the RX375P is properly
positioned on the vehicle, the satellites transmit coded information to
the antenna in a specific frequency that allows the receiver to calculate
a range to each satellite. The ranges are calculated by timing how long
it takes for the GPS signal to reach the GPS antenna.
The GPS receiver uses a complex algorithm incorporating satellite
locations and ranges to each satellite to calculate the geographic
location. Reception of any four or more of these signals allows a GPS
receiver to compute 3-dimensional coordinates.
The RX375P is designed to withstand various outdoor environments.
However, there are specific environmental limits that should be met
when using the RX375P. Refer to Appendix B for additional information.
98-05327-ENUS R0
7
RX375P
Differential Operation
The Radio Technical Commission of Marine services (RTCM) has a
differential service intended for correction services. This includes the
Space Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS), such as the Wide Area
Augmentation System (WAAS) and the European Geo-stationary
Navigation Overlay System (EGNOS). The RX375P is compatible with
each of these differential services in addition to e-Dif.
SBAS
The SBAS enabled RX375P operates automatically anywhere within
the coverage areas of WAAS, EGNOS, or other SBAS programs.
APPENDIX A - TROUBLESHOOTING
The following table provides a checklist to troubleshoot common
problems and their solutions for the RX375P.
Table 7: Troubleshooting
Problem
• Verify polarity of power leads
• Check integrity of power cable connections
Receiver fails to
power
The Basics
WAAS is a free services of the FAA that allows regular GPS positions
to be improved to a DGPS level of accuracy. Tests using an RX375P
have shown better than 3 ft (1 m) accuracy. WAAS is available
everywhere in the United States, including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto
Rico. It can also be picked up in some of the border areas of Mexico
and Canada. There are no subscription charges incurred when using
WAAS. EGNOS is a similar service that is available in Europe and
Western Russia.
e-Dif
An RX375P that is equipped with e-Dif capabilities can operate
anywhere in the world where normal GPS signals can be viewed.
e-Dif can be used anywhere on the globe where a GPS lock can be
achieved. e-Dif was developed for customers who are not able to
receive other types of differential signals due to location or budget.
e-Dif requires a subscription. Once the e-Dif capable RX375P
computes a differential correction, the user can operate for unlimited
time and provide good relative accuracy. Alternatively, the operator can
regularly update e-Dif to maintain absolute accuracy (typically less than
3 ft (1 m) over 40 minutes).
8
www.teejet.com
• Check power input voltage (7 - 32 VDC)
• Check current restrictions imposed by
power source
(maximum is 250 mA)
• Check receiver power status (LED)
No data from
RX375P
Automatic SBAS Tracking
The RX375P will automatically scan and track the satellite signals. This
automatic tracking allows the operator to focus on other aspects of
differential operation without the need to tune the receiver. The RX375P
features two-channel SBAS tracking that provides an enhanced ability
to maintain a lock on a SBAS satellite when more than one satellite is
in view. This redundant tracking approach results in more consistent
tracking of an SBAS signal when in an area where signal blockage of a
satellite is possible.
Possible Solution
• Check integrity and connectivity of power
and data cable connections
• The volume of data requested to be output
by the RX375P could be higher than what
the current baud rate supports. Try using
19,200 or higher as the baud rate for all
devices.
• Check integrity of cable connections
No GPS lock
• Verify RX375P’s unobstructed view of the
sky
• Check integrity of cable connections
No SBAS lock
• Verify RX375P’s unobstructed view of the
sky
• Check SBAS visibility map
RX375P
APPENDIX B - SPECIFICATIONS
Table 11: Environmental Specifications
The following tables provide the power, mechanical, communication,
environmental and DGPS specifications for the RX375P.
Item
Specification
Table 8: Power Specifications
Operating Temperature
-40° C to +70° C (-40° F to +158° F)
Storage Temperature
-40° C to +85° C (-40° F to +185° F)
Item
Specification
Humidity
95% non-condensing
Input Voltage
7-32 VDC with reverse polarity operation
Enclosure
IP67
Power Consumption
< 3 W @ 12 VDC (typical)
Current Consumption
134 mA 12 VDC (typical)
Shock and Vibration
Power Isolation
No
Mechanical Shock: EP455 Section 5.14.1
Operational
Vibration: EP455 Section 5.15.1 Random
EMC
CE (ISO 14982 Emissions and Immunity),
FCC Part 15, Subpart B, CISPR 22
Reverse Polarity
Protection
Yes
Antenna Voltage
Internal antenna
Table 12: Sensor Specification
Table 9: Mechanical Specifications
Item
Specification
Dimensions
104.0 H x 145.0 D (mm)
4.09 H x 5.71 D (in)
Weight
1.37 lb (558 g)
Status Indicators (LED) Power, GPS Lock
Item
Specification
Receiver Type
L1 GPS
Channels
12 L1CA GPS, 12 L1P GPS, 3 SBAS or 3
additional L1CA GPS
GPS Sensitivity
-142 dBm
SBAS Tracking
3-channel, parallel tracking
Power/Data Connector
12-pin male (metal)
Update Rate
Antenna Mounting
1-14 UNS-2A female, 5/8-11 UNC-2B
adapter, and mag-mount available
10 Hz standard, 20 Hz optional (with
subscription)
Pitch/roll Accuracy
1° using tilt sensor
Timing (1PPS)
Accuracy:
20 ns
Table 10: Communication Specifications
Item
Specification
Cold Start
< 60 s typical (no almanac or RTC)
Serial
2 full duplex RS232, CAN
Warm Start
< 30 s typical (almanac and RTC)
Baud Rates
4800-115200
Hot Start
< 10 s typical (almanac, RTC, and
position)
Data I/O Protocol
NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000*, Hemisphere
GPS binary
*To use the A101 in a NMEA 2000
network requires NMEA certification and a
NMEA2000 adapter cable
Maximum speed
1,850 kph (999 kts)
Maximum altitude
18,288 m (60,000 ft)
Correction I/O Protocol
Table 13: Horizontal Accuracy
Hemisphere GPS proprietary, RTCM v2.3
(DGPS), RTCM v3 (RTK), CMR (RTK),
CMR+ (RTK)³
Item
Specification
Timing Output
1 PPS CMOS, active high, rising edge
sync, 10 kΩ, 10 pF load
RTK
Event Marker Output
CMOS, active low, falling edge sync,
10kΩ, 10 pF load
Autonomous, no SA
1,2
SBAS (WAAS)
1
1
RMS (67%)
2DRMS (95%)
10 mm+1 ppm
20 mm+2 ppm
0.3 m
0.6 m
1.2 m
2.5 m
1
Depends on multipath environment, number of satellites in view,
satellite geometry and ionospheric activity
2
Depends also on baseline length
3
Receive only, does not transmit this format
98-05327-ENUS R0
9
RX375P
APPENDIX C - SURFACE MOUNT TEMPLATE
The following templates should be used to plan for the location of the mounting holes when surface mounting the RX375P.
Use to mark holes from
INSIDE the cab
WARNING!
Print this page at 100%
Use to mark holes from
OUTSIDE the cab
10
www.teejet.com
RX375P
APPENDIX D - ILLUSTRATIONS
Table 14: CenterLine with SmartPad II with RX375P System Configuration
SmartPad II
75-30005
SmartPad II/CL
Lightbar Cable
45-05427
Cable, Power
45-05324
45-05338
Smart Pad II
45-05324
RX375p Receiver
78-50203
CenterLine
CenterLine Lightbar
78-50111
Receicer
45-05337
5 Amp
Status Detect
IGN Sense
Power In
+12 v
78-00027
Warning
45-05298
Cable, GPS Data
45-05338
Switchbox Ignition On/Off
78-00027 (Optional)
Cable, 2 Position
Battery
45-05298
98-05327-ENUS R0
11
RX375P
Figure 4: Standard CenterLine System Configuration with RX375P
CenterLine Lightbar
78-50111
RX375p Receiver
78-50203
45-05338
45-05324
CL Wireless
Remote
78-50107
Cable, Power
45-05324
Cable, GPS Data
45-05338
5 Amp
Status Detect
IGN Sense
Power In
+12 v
Warning
45-05298
78-00027
Cable, 2 Position
Battery
45-05298
12
www.teejet.com
Switchbox Ignition On/Off
78-00027 (Optional)
RX375P
Figure 5: FieldPilot Assisted Steering with RX375P System Configuration
Legacy 6000 Console
75-05007
Lightbar
78-50140
Legacy 6000 Harness
45-07000
CAN Term.
Male
45-08101
CAN
CAN Extension Cable 6’/1.8m
45-08106
CAN Term.
Female
45-08102
45-08106
SCM COM 2
Remote
RX375P
78-50203
Engage/Disengage
GPS In
COM 1
Seat Sensor
45-05340
Steering
Wheel Sense
GPD Power
Harness, SCM 45-07708
GPS Adapter Cable
45-05340
SCM Power I/O
45-07708
Va
lve
Out
put
Power
Steering Control
Module
78-08051
RAM Mount
90-02161
45-10103
DC: xx/xx
Harness,
Steering A/B
45-10103
FieldPilot
Valve
Steering Wheel Switch Kit
91-07011
Power Cable
45-05381
Engage/Disengage
Foot Switch (Optional)
32-04020
Adapter, Compact
Flash Card
78-50158
Compact
Flash Card
78-50138
Engage/Disengage
Switch
32-04040
98-05327-ENUS R0
13
R
x
3
7
5
p
I n s ta l l at i o n M a n u a l
The RX375P is a smart antenna that tracks GPS and SBAS (WAAS and
EGNOS) signals. The RX375P provides sub-meter performance with
2.0 ft (60 cm) accuracy 95% of the time. It utilizes COASTTM technology
during differential outages. The RX375P is also capable of using e-Dif® and
L-Dif® technology.
1801 Business Park Drive
Springfield, Illinois 62703 USA
Tel: (800) 643-8324 • Fax: (800) 230-6211
www.teejet.com
98-05327-ENUS R0 English-US
© TeeJet Technologies 2013
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement