Packmaster - Bourgault
PACKMASTER
Assembly & Overview Instructions
This kit can retro fitted to any 3320/3310/3710/3720/3420 that is run on an Apollo tank
Kit # 9325-32 TBHD 3320/3720
Kit # 9325-33 LDG without Blockage or ASC
Kit # 9325-34 LDG with Blockage & ASC
Kit # 9325-35 LDG Basic
Kit # 9325-36 3420
NOTE: Any XTC Machine built before 2017 needs to also purchase a lower arm assembly 9325-81
If you need more help picking the right kit please contact your nearest authorized Bourgault dealer.
Bourgault Series 3320 PHD
Three Configurations – Many Options – One Goal
PackMaster
This feature adds an extra CM-40 ECU to the drill
to allow control of the opener pressure through the
X30. It also uses a load cell on one of the opener
packer wheels to read the actual pack force exerted
on the ground.
Pack Master (Down Force) allows for 2 different
control types: Hydraulic Pressure or Pack Force.
A. For hydraulic pressure control, the user sets a
desired hydraulic pressure to control to and the
resulting packing force will be displayed in the
drill control panel as a reference.
B. For the pack force control, the user sets a
desired packing force to control to and the
resulting hydraulic pressure will be displayed
in the drill control panel as a reference.
The next steps will help in the installation
of the Packmaster kit
1. Remove opener spindle and hub assembly
from the right hand rear opener closest to the
center of the drill.
2. Remove packer wheel then install the original
spindle and hub assembly to the 2x5 or 3x5
tubing member on the rear tow hitch using
the mount provided.
Loadcell spindle and hub assembly is to be
installed on the right hand opener closest
to the center of the drill on the rear row of
openers.
3. Carefully install the new load cell spindle
and hub assembly on the opener
4. Mount the new CM 40 ECU to the left hand main frame secondary
tower using the mount provided. Or stack it on the existing ECU if
present.
Note: ECU connection ports should be facing
down.
If mount does not already exist,
install on the left hand side
mainframe seed run secondary
manifold.
5. If there are available COMMS and power
leads you may plug them into the ECU and
proceed to Step 7.
6. If there is no existing drill Trunk harness and/or
ECU breakout harness (or not enough leads
on the ECU breakout harness), new harnesses
should be included in your kit. Install the new
harnesses
Power Plugs
COMMS Plug
7. If you previously had the Lift Master feature, please follow the next
steps. If you did not previously have Lift Master installed, you will
need to follow through the Lift lower presentation to get it installed.
8. Starting at the new load cell spindle and hub assembly
carefully route the 3151-70 Pack Master harness to the
ECU paying attention to pivot points.
Zip tie harness so the harness will not be damaged by
moving parts and will allow enough opener movement,
staying close to the opener pivot points will require the
least amount of excess wire.
Load cell Harness
9. Plug the CHANNEL CONNECTOR from the load cell harness into the CH1 port of the CM 40 ECU.
LOADCELL
Front hitch hydraulics
Pressure and Prop Valve legs
10. Route the PRESSURE and PROP VALVE legs of the harness to the front
hitch following the trunk harness.
11. Remove the existing connector from the hydraulic transducer and the
opener down pressure valve and connect the two leads from the new harness.
12. Go into Setup menu of X30 then Implement/
ECU/Add/Replace ECU.
13. Select ADD NEW ECUs at the top of the screen and
follow the instructions.
Once the ECU had been detected press the green check mark
14. The new CM 40 ECU should have the same firmware version as the CM40 ECU(s) on the
tank (for example 3.10-r1, 1.1.7). If it does not have the correct version go to the Monitor
training section of the Bourgault web site and follow the X30 Apollo Upgrading software
and ECU Firmware – 2017 PowerPoint.
NOTE
PLEASE REFER TO SECTION 13.2.2 - OF THE X30 V3.20
CONSOLE OPERATOR’S MANUAL (0252-90-74) FOR CALIBRATION
AND OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS.
Pack Master (Down Force) Control - set to
enabled to use this feature if it is installed on
the drill.
Preset 1 - set to a value that can be used to
immediately adjust the down force using the
preset 1 button on the operation screen.
Preset 2 - set to a second value that can be
used to immediately adjust the down force
using the preset 2 button on the operation
screen.
Increment - set to a value that will increase/
decrease the down force using the increment
button on the operation screen.
Pack Force Sensor - set to enabled to use the
load cell installed on an opener to read the
actual pack force exerted on the ground.
Control Type - set to the parameter to control
the down force to.
1. Hydraulic Pressure - to control to a set
hydraulic pressure.
2. Pack Force - to control to a set pack force
exerted on the ground.
Second Display Value - allows you to select
a 2nd down force parameter aside from the
control type to display on the screen.
Map Value - select the down force parameter
to be mapped as a layer on the guidance
screen.
Drive - select the ECU drive that the down
force control is connected to. It will be Drive
1 on the last CM-40 on the list.
Calibration Mode - set to enabled to be able
to calibrate the opener load cell from the
operation screen.
MINI VIEW
ON SRC SCREEN
The increase/decrease buttons
will adjust the requested down force by the set
increment value.
The preset buttons can be used to
switch the requested valves to the set presets.
Set the control to auto for controlling to the
set pressure or packing force or manual to drive to
a set PWM value.
- control set to Auto.
- control set to manual.
From the seeder controller drill control panel,
the pack force calibration wizard can be
accessed to calibrate the load cell installed on
one of the opener packer wheels to measure
the pack force exerted on the ground.
Select the Lift Master (Lift/Lower) button to lift or lower the drill. The background
color and the color of the up/down arrows on the icon will indicate state of the
Lift Master (Lift/Lower) feature.
Red arrows with a red background: Means the Lift Master (Lift/Lower) button is
disengaged so the drill is in the lifted position.
Green arrows with a yellow background: Means the Lift Master (Lift/Lower)
button is enabled but the drill is in the lifted position due to ASC being
on over coverage or the master is off with track master enabled.
Green arrows with an orange background: Means the Lift Master (Lift/Lower)
button is enabled and the drill is moving to the lowered position. The
background will stay orange for the lower time set in the Drill Control settings
then it will change to green.
Green arrows with a green background: Means the Lift Master (Lift/Lower)
button is enabled and the drill is in the lowered position.
Greyed out: Means the Lift Master (Lift/Lower) drive is not configured or ECU
communication is not achieved.
Turn the Pack Master (Down Force) button on or off to engage or
disengage the
Pack Master (Down Force) pressure. When ON, the button will be
green, when OFF it will be red.
A. In order for the Pack Master (Down Force) to engage, the
following requirements must be met:
• 1. There must be speed.
• 2. The drill must be on an un-seeded portion of the map or
ASC must be off.
• 3. The master switch must be on.
• 4. There MUST be a job loaded.
Turn the track master on or off to set whether the Lift
Master state will track the master state or not.
A. If turned on (green) then the drill position will follow the
master switch state.
• 1. If the master is on, the drill will be lowered unless
the drill is manually lifted.
• 2. If the master is off, the drill will be lifted.
B. If the master is turned off (red), then the drill position is
independent of the master switch state.
B. If the Pack Master (Down Force) is desired without actually
seeding, for example to test or to calibrate, the following settings
are recommended:
1. Set manual speed.
2. Turn ASC OFF.
3. Temporarily set “fan speed to start” to 0 in order to turn the
master on.
c. Turning the Pack Master (Down Force) button off while the
openers are down will leave the openers down but remove the
downforce pressure. This state may be desired in a soft spot in
the field in order to ‘float’ the openers while continuing to
seed.
Note
The main purpose of enabling track master is so
the drill lifts when the master switch is manually
turned off and the drill lowers when the master
switch is manually turned on.
Requested
Downforce
Hydraulic
Pressure
Requested
Downforce
Hydraulic
Pressure
Please also refer to the website
www.bourgault.com for the Lift lower presentation
and the PackMaster calibration video.
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