QuickStart for SureFire Liquid PWM for Pro 700

QuickStart for SureFire Liquid PWM for Pro 700
Pro 700 AccuControl Setup for Liquid PWM Control
Your system may vary from the screens shown here. See the AFS AccuControl Rate
Controller Software Operating Guide for additional information about configuring your
system. The setup may not always happen in the order shown here.
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Create an Operator (Toolbox > Oper)
Check GPS Status (Toolbox > GPS)
Create Implement (Toolbox > Impl)
Set up Product (Toolbox > Product)
Set up Container (Optional) (Toolbox > Container)
Basic Setup (Toolbox > AccuCtrl)
A. Select AccuCtrl Operation (Liquid)
B. Select AccuCtrl Installed (Yes)
C. Select Implement Type (Liquid Toolbar)
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7. Implement Configuration (Toolbox > AccuCtrl >
Imp Config)
A. Press ‘Setup’
B. Select Drive Type (will be Hydraulic Drive)
C. Select Vehicle Type
D. Set Number of Drive Sections (A) Always = 1
E. Pump Type will be set at Centrifugal
F. Set Total Number of Rows (B)
G. Enter Row Width (C)
H. Enter Bar Distance in Inches (axle to
knife) (D)
I. Measure Implement Right/Left Offset
J. Scroll down to Enter Rows per Drive Section
(same as Total Number of Rows)
K. Press ‘Done’
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8. Section Control Setup (If equipped with
Section Shutoff Valves) Toolbox > AccuControl > Section Control
A. Select Section Control (Yes)
B. Press ‘Setup’
C. Assign Module Serial Numbers
D. Assign Rows per Output (number of rows per
Section)
E. Select Control Polarity (Active On)
F. Select ‘Done’
9. Overlap/ Boundary Control (Toolbox > Overlap)
A. Turn Overlap Control and Boundary Control ON.
B. Adjust values as desired.
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AccuControl Setup for Liquid
10. Liquid Drive Setup Toolbox > AccuControl > Liquid
Drive
A. Select Liquid Drive (Yes)
B. Press ‘Setup’
C. Assign Liquid Drive Serial Numbers
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D. Select Drive Type (PWM)
E. Select Master Valve Type (NO)
F. Select Pump Disarm (No)
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G. Select Sec Off Behavior (Turn Off)
H. Enter Drive Meter Cal Number (3000 pulses/gal for
electric systems; 2000 pulses/gal for hydraulic systems)
I. Press ‘Done’
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Optional Master Switch Box and Foot Switch
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11. Master Switch Box (If equipped with
External Switch Box)
A. Select Master Sw Box (Yes or No)
B. Press ‘Setup’
C. Verify Serial Number
D. Select Foot Swiitch (if installed)
E. Press ‘Done’
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12. Implement Switch (if installed)
A. Select Imp Switch (Yes)
B. Press ‘Setup’
C. Select Imp Switch Serial Number
D. Select Switch Polarity (Determine this by
raising and lowering the implement and
watch the Implement Status Arrow in Status/
Warning Area for proper operation.)
E. Press ‘Done’
13. Section Switch Box (If system is equipped
with External Section Switch Box or desire
Manual Valve Section Control through Run
Screens).
A. Select Section Switch Box (Yes)
B. Press ‘Setup’
C. Select Config Mode (Auto)
D. Verify Sw Box Serial Number (if
equipped)
If no external switchbox is installed, User Defined
Windows can be assigned to a Run Screen
(Toolbox>Layout).
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Create A Layout
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Go to Toolbox>Layout
Select Current Layout and then select New.
Name the Layout. Under Run Screen select a screen.
In the white boxes consider adding the following items
to a Run Screen:
 AccuControl Speed
 Master Control
 Liquid Op Mode
 Liquid Control
 Liq App Rate Scan
Container
 Liq Flow Rt Scan
 Section Control
 Overlap Ctrl
Overlap Control
 Clutch Control (may want this if the system has
electric section valves)
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The Run Screen Layout is largely a matter of operator preference. Some of these items may be added to the
Left Hand Area if space is available there, or more than one Run Screen can be set up.
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Valve Calibration
Work Condition > Valve Cal > Advanced Valve Calibration
The electric pump systems typically run well with the following default settings. There is more variation in
hydraulic pump systems. The Valve Calibration procedure may give you the best settings for a hydraulic
pump system. It may also give some settings that don’t work well at times. Try the following default values as
a starting point and make adjustments as needed for your system.
Integral
Gain
HydrauliF
0.5
Integrator Integrator
Comparator
Breakout DeadZone
Upper
Lower
Limit
Limit
Limit
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2
100
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See the pictures on the following pages for other values.
0.2
10
2-3 00
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Additional Tips for Getting Started
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1. Set the Flow Error Timeout at 30—45 seconds until you get the system adjusted and operating correctly.
The default is 5 seconds. This may result in the application being shut down before you have a chance to see
how it is operating. After the system is operating correctly, this can be set lower to give you a quicker warning
if something is wrong. (Work Condition > Valve Cal > Advanced Calibration > Scroll down to 2nd page
and Flow Error Timeout)
2. Set the Fault Speed to Slow or Off until you get the system adjusted and operating correctly. The default
is Normal. (Work Condition > Operate > Fault Speed) After the system is operating correctly, this can be set
back to Normal. You can run this at Slow if the system gives too many Fault Warnings at Normal.
3. See page 65 for instructions on running Liquid Cal for initial setup.
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Pro 700 & AccuControl Operation for Liquid Application
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3. Product Layer Assignment: Work Condition > Layer to assign a
product to a control section of the applicator
A. Select or Create a Work Condition.
B. Select Layer 1 Control Type (AccuControl Liquid)
C. Select Product for Layer 1 Control
D. Select Container if using the Container
E. Assign additional layers if needed.
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To start applying product:
Go to Toolbox>AccuCtrl>Default Speed
Enter a default speed. The applicator will default to this speed if all ground speed sources are lost.
The Master Apply button may need to be cycled twice to start the application.
1. Preparation
A. Insert a data card in the display.
B. Create or Select a Grower/Farm/Field/Task & Crop Type
(Performance > Profile)
2. Product Setup: Toolbox > Product
A. Name the product (28-0-0)
B. Select the form for the product (Liquid)
C. Select Usage (Fertilizer)
D. Enter Default Application Rate
E. Enter Minimum and Maximum Application Rate.
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4. Controller Setup—Liquid: Work Condition > Control
A. Verify Implement
B. Verify Work Condition
C. Select Controller—Liquid
D. Product Delay-Default is 1 .0 sec.
E. Enter the Minimum Speed (if the speed drops below this, the
applicator will keep applying at this speed)
F. Enter a value for Off-target Alarm Limit (probably 15-20%)
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5. Enable Application: Run Screens
A. Liquid Op Mode—Select Liquid
B. Read the safety message and press Accept.
C. Master Control—Press Apply on display or switch on Master
Switch on switchbox (if equipped)
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6. Liquid Rate Control
A. Liquid Control defaulted to ON
B. Increase or decrease rate if needed
C. Automatic rate control (prescription) is assigned in
Performance > Rx Setup.
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Possible Run Screen Layout
for system with 2 electric
section valves
Start with these Valve Cal settings
Work Condition > Valve Cal >
Advanced Calibration
(For Hydraulic pumps)
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0.3 0.18 TO 0.20
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To use default AccuCtrl speed, turn Radar off.
Screen showing Flow Error Timeout set to 45 sec
Work Condition > Valve Cal > Advanced
Calibration > Scroll down to 2nd page and
Flow Error Timeout)
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Screen showing AccuControl Liquid Drive Setup
Toolbox > AccuCtrl > Lquid Drive Setup
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Advanced PWM > Set Min PWM to 30%
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Fault Speed, Beeps, etc...
Work Condition > Operate
Your system setup may vary from the screenshots
shown here. There may be other setup items that
need to be completed for your system. Your system
may not require all the setups shown here.
See the manuals from Case IH for the Pro 700
display and for AFS AccuControl for more
information about setup and operation of your
system.
If the suggested Valve Cal numbers don’t work, try
running the Valve Calibration procedure at Work
Condition > Valve Cal.
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Implement Setup (Sample)
Toolbox > Impl
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Container Setup (Sample)
Toolbox > Contnr
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IMPORTANT: SOFTWARE VERSION AND RATE & SECTION CONTROL MODULE UPDATES
Keep your software up-to-date. Go to Diagnostics > Version to see the Software Version number
for each piece of software( esp. AccuControl). Check with your CASE(NH) dealer to see what the
latest versions are. Also, check and update the software/firmware for the Field-IQ module
(Diagnostics > CAN > Scroll to find Rate & Section Control Module). Have dealer update all this
once a year.
March 2017--Display and AccuControl version 30.16. Rate & Section Ctrl Module should be 3.19.
Version 2.14 will NOT work.
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For Initial Operation run Liquid Cal procedure described on page 65.
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Troubleshooting
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Pump Will Not Turn
Troubleshooting
Turn hydraulics off, go to the SureFire PWM valve and use the manual override on
top of the electric coil to manually open the valve (Manual Override UP = valve fully
open. Push down on the red knob, turn a half turn to the left, it should come up. If you
can’t push it down, it is probably packed with dirt and will need to be cleaned out.).
Turn hydraulics on at a low flow only as the valve is 100% open. If the pump
doesn’t turn, try hydraulic lever in opposite direction or reverse the hoses. Try a
different remote. Does the pump turn? If pump is running now, your problem is
electric / electronic. If the pump still does not turn, you have a hydraulic problem.
Electric / Electronic Problem
Hydraulics Problem
See the next 2 pages for additional
instructions:
1. Leave the manual override open on the
SureFire valve.
2. Check the hose routings. The “P” port on
the SureFire valve should hook to
Verify hydraulics are on.
pressure. The “T” port is the return that
Make sure you have a Default Speed set
should flow back to the tractor.
up. Set Flow Error Timeout to 45 seconds. 3. Try hoses in a different hydraulic remote.
Press Master Control-Apply to start pump.
Inspect hydraulic connectors for damage
or restrictions.
Take a metal object and hold it next to the
coil. If the coil is working, you will feel the
Hydraulic Manual Override
magnetic pull.
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6. If no magnetic force is felt, disconnect the
PWM valve connector and check voltage.
You will need 7-13 volts to get hydraulic
valve to open.
Down - Normal Operation
Up - Override, valve 100% open
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7. If 7-13 volts is not present, check
harnesses and review control valve type
setup.
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1. Close manual override (lock down).
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8. Go back to the 30-pin connector at the
Field-IQ Rate and Section Control Module.
Check voltage between pins E1 & E2,
should be between 7-13 volts while in
section test after holding increase button.
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9. If you cannot get voltage at pins E1 & E2,
contact your Trimble dealer for further
assistance.
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Troubleshooting
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Application Rate Fluctuates
Inspect & clean pump inlet strainer. Strange flow rate fluctuations are very often due to
an obstruction to the pump inlet. Inspect plumbing from tank to pump.
Troubleshooting
You need to determine if the fluctuation is caused by the controller sending fluctuating signals to the valve.
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1. Turn the system on in Manual mode and watch the flow in GPM.
2. Is the flow steady within a very small range? For example a fluctuation from 2.3 to 2.5 GPM would be
considered normal. A fluctuation from 2-3 GPM is a problem. If only a small normal fluctuation is seen,
skip steps 4-8 and proceed to “Application Rate Fluctuates in Field …….. “ below.
3. If there is a large fluctuation, observe the system flow. Is the discharge a steady stream; are the flow
indicator balls floating steady?
4. If visually the flow is steady, but the display reports a fluctuation in GPM, inspect the flowmeter. See
section B for flowmeter information.
5. If visually the flow is unsteady, the flowmeter is working correctly reporting a flow problem. Is the pump
turning steady or surging? If the pump is surging reduce the PWM gain in controller settings.
6. Look for any type of obstruction in the pump inlet. Clean the strainer. If continually plugging the strainer
investigate fertilizer quality and necessary strainer size.
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Application Rate fluctuates in field, but flow in manual mode is stable.
This problem indicates the PWM gain needs changed. The system is surging because the Control Module is
“hunting” for the correct flow.
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1. Go to Work Condition > Valve Cal > Advanced Calibration.
2. Change the settings by reducing the Integral gain.
Application Rate is slow to get to the Target Rate
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1. You may need to increase the Gain setting. Go to Work Condition > Valve Cal > Advanced Calibration.
2. Change the settings by increasing the Integral gain.
No Flow shown on display but liquid is being pumped
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1. Unplug flowmeter. With voltmeter, check for 12 volts between pins B&C of flowmeter connector (on main
harness PN 215223Y2). If 12 volts not present, inspect wiring harness and troubleshoot all connections
per schematic (see Section D).
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2. If 12 volts is present, then conduct a tap test. Go to setup and change the flow cal to 20. Have a second
person watch GPM on the display while other person taps (use a short piece of wire or a paper clip)
between pins A&C of flowmeter connector (on 215223Y2 harness). A flow value should show up
indicating the wiring is not damaged.
3. If flow display responded to the tap test, your wiring to that point is good. If still not fixed, inspect adapter
harness and test continuity per schematic (see Section D).
4. Replace flowmeter.
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Addendum to 396-2860Y1 and 396-2861Y1
Setup and Troubleshooting the Pro 700 AccuControl Liquid PWM System
(aka Intellivew IV Intellirate)
Note to SureFire people: The Default speed setting that works on our test stand does not work when the tractor is not
moving when the Pro 700 is plugged into a tractor that has Radar, Wheel, or GPS speed capability. This makes testing
the system in a Run mode impossible without driving the tractor. Use the method below, instead. On our test stand, set
the Default Speed to 0 (Toolbox > AccuCtrl > Default Speed > 0) before doing this.
To test the Pro 700 AccuControl on initial startup and in a troubleshooting situation, use the Liquid Cal mode.
(Work Condition > Liquid Cal)
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1. Set up the Toolbox > AccuControl configuration page so all AccuControl items are set.
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3. Set the Flow Error Timeout (on page 2 of the Valve Calibration setup) to 45
sec. This will let the system run for a while before it shuts down if it is not
detecting flow.
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2. Set up the Work Condition > Valve Cal > Advanced Calibration screen to match the settings shown in the manual for
Tower (3/3/2016 manual or later) or PumpRight systems. The Valve Calibration
procedure is likely to give results that will not work. It may be fairly good except
for an Upper Integrator Limit that is too low, or it may have totally unworkable
numbers in Dead Zone and other fields.
4. Go to Work Condition > Liquid Cal
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5. If the Prime button does not show up here:
Home > Toolbox > AccuControl > Imp Config > Setup > Scroll down >
Liquid Prime > Enabled. (Pressing the Prime button will run the pump
for 10 seconds. To keep the pump running, press and hold the Prime button.)
6. To run the system from here with a simulated speed and target rate:
Master Control > Apply > Next
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Liquid Op Mode > On
7. Enter a Simulated Speed and Target Rate (these can be changed while
running in this mode to test other speeds or rates). Press Next.
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8. Press Start to start the pump.
System should run at Simulated Speed
and Target Rate. Measured Output
should count up as product is pumped.
To see actual flow in gpm, you need to
set up a Layout for the Left Area with
Liq Flw Rt Scn. This is very useful
when diagnosing pump or system
issues. It needs to be in the Left Area
so you can see it while running in this mode. (Remember, when testing with
water, the pressure will be much less than it will be with a fertilizer product. If
the pressure is too low, all the rows may not flow because there may not be enough pressure to open all the check
valves. Increase the rate until all rows are flowing.)
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9. If the pump does not run here, perform the other troubleshooting tests for hydraulic or electric pumps. You can start
the system here and use a voltmeter to verify that there is PWM voltage at the EPD or hydraulic valve. (If it is not
reading flow, it will quickly ramp up to maximum pump speed and shut off, giving a “Motor Stalled” error message.
To make this happen more slowly, set the Integral Gain to 0.1 to allow time for diagnostic observation.)
10. If the pump runs and liquid is flowing but no flow is showing in the Liq Flw Rt Scn box, check for 12 v at the
flowmeter connection (pins B & C) and do a tap test (pins A & C) to see if flow will register on the display (see note in
#9 about setting Integral Gain).
11. If the pump runs, but is surging, lower the Integral Gain. If it is pumping, but getting to rate very slowly, raise this.
12. If the system has section valves, they should open when this test is started. If they don’t open, check the
AccuControl Configuration setup (Toolbox > AccuControl > Section Control > Setup {should have green checkmarks,
Control Polarity is Active On}). Check Section Sw Box Setup > Config Mode > Auto (should say Run Screen in upper
right corner). Set up a Run Screen layout with Clutch Control 2X2 to have section switches on the display. Be sure
Boundary Control and Overlap Control are ON (Toolbox > Overlap). If they still don’t open, check for constant
voltage (pins A&B) and signal voltage (pins B&C) at valve.
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