Operator`s Manual - Agtron Enterprises Inc.

Operator’s Manual
Section Aware
ISOBUS Rate and Blockage ECU
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Important!
Quick Start Guide
Must be seeding in order to perform a complete calibration
For the following steps. If necessary refer to the Calibration and
Operation section for more details.
Work Switch
Pressing the Work Switch enables all alarms.
1. Up arrow and black WorkSwitch indicates Work Switch
OFF.
2. Down arrow and green WorkSwitch indicates Work Switch
ON.
3. When the Work Switch is OFF, all alarms will silence.
Verify Total Number of Sensors
On the Main screen:
1. Turn on Loop 1 power by selecting the red number to the
right of the Sensitivity icon
setting Sensitivity to 1.
2. If the Work Switch is ON(arrow pointing Down) refer to
step 3, if Work Switch OFF (arrow pointing UP) refer to step
6.
Figure 1-1
3. A red alarm screen will appear. The window will say Loop1 X
Sensors Detected! Expected X Sensors. With X being the
number of sensors that you installed.
4.
Select the ACK (Acknowledge) softkey.
5. Press Work Switch to OFF(arrow pointing UP).
6. Press the
icon.
7. Tower Setup screen will appear.
Figure 1-2
8. Enter the amount of sensors on each tower up to 12 towers.
9. Repeat for Loop 2 as needed.
Figure 1-3
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Set Sensitivity Wizard for Blockage Alarms
1. While seeding touch the Sensitivity icon.
2. The Loop1 Sensitivity Wizard window will appear.
Figure 1-4
3. Press the Wizard button.
4. The system automatically selects the optimum sensitivity value
based on what you are seeding.
5. Repeat for Loop 2 as needed.
Figure 1-5
Speed Set-Up
Important! A speed is needed for alarms to occur!
A Speed is needed in order to set up the Seed Rate Wizard.
Using Test Speed:
Figure 1-6
1. On the Seeder Setup screen
, touch the red number to
the right of Test Speed to set the Seeder Speed value (speed
normally travelled in field, ex: 5mph).
Set Seed Rate Wizard
To start, press the Work Switch Softkey to ON (arrow pointing
down), doing this enables alarms. You Must Be Seeding with
no blockages or sensor errors in order to use the Seed Rate
Wizard.
On the Main screen:
1. Press the Seed Rate icon.
2. The Loop1 Seed Rate Wizard window appears.
Figure 1-7
3. Enter your desired seed rate and press OK.
4. Repeat for Loop 2 as needed.
Figure 1-8
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Follow safety Instructions
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Be sure to follow all safety instructions in your air seeder operator’s manual.
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Learn how to operate and service the machine correctly. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or equipment
damage. Agtron Enterprises Inc. will not accept any responsibility for any damage or malfunctions resulting from failure
to comply with the operator’s manual.
If you do not understand the information in this manual, or if you have any questions, contact Agtron Enterprises Inc.
Customer Service.
This manual should be considered a permanent part of your machine and should remain with the machine when you sell
it.
Agtron Enterprises Inc. reserves the right to alter illustrations and technical data contained in this manual.
The contents of this manual are the intellectual property Agtron Enterprises Inc. All use and/or reproduction not
specifically authorized by Agtron Enterprises Inc. is prohibited.
All information, illustrations and specifications in this manual are based on the latest information available at the time of
publication. Agtron Enterprises Inc. reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.
ATTENTION! Low battery or alternator voltage can cause system errors.
Read and Understand This Manual Before Operating This Machine.
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Table of Contents
1.
2.
3.
Quick Start Guide .......................................................................... 3
Table of Contents ........................................................................... 6
Introduction .................................................................................... 7
About THE LEGEND SECTION AWARE ISOBUS ................................ 7
THE LEGEND S.A ISOBUS Features ....................................................... 7
Using Virtual Terminals with Your ISOBUS Rate and Blockage System . 8
4.
Installation ...................................................................................... 9
ECU Tractor Battery Harness ..................................................................... 9
CAN Terminating Bias Circuit .................................................... 9
Colored Cable Tie Installation .................................................................... 9
Seed Sensor and Sensor Loop Cable Installation ...................................... 10
Legend S.A. Air Cart Harness Installation ....................... 10
Legend S.A. Loop Harness Installation (60 Sensors per
Loop or Less) .................................................................................... 11
Legend S.A. Sure Seal Harness Installation (Over 60
Sensors per Loop) ......................................................................... 12
Main Extension Cable & Y-Cable Installation (Over 60 Sensors per Loop)12
Figure 4-12 Installation Diagram .............................................................. 14
Figure 4-13 Seed Sensor Installation Diagram - Bourgault ...................... 15
Figure 4-14 Seed Sensor Installation Diagram – Morris/John Deere ....... 16
Figure 4-15 Legend S.A. Installation Diagram – Tow Behind Cart ......... 17
Figure 4-16 Legend S.A. Installation Diagram – Tow Between Cart ....... 17
Optional Sensor Installation ...................................................................... 19
5.
Calibration and Operation .......................................................... 20
The Legend S.A ISOBUS Softkeys .......................................................... 20
Setup Wizard ............................................................................................ 21
Seeder Setup ............................................................................................. 22
Section Setup ............................................................................................ 25
Default Calibration ................................................................................... 26
Main Screen (Symbols, Blockage and Rate) ............................................ 27
Sensor Diagnostics Screen ........................................................................ 32
ECU Diagnostics Screen ........................................................................... 33
6.
Troubleshooting............................................................................ 34
System Alarms .......................................................................................... 34
Common Problems and Solutions ............................................................. 41
7.
Appendix ....................................................................................... 43
Appendix A: Parts List ............................................................................. 43
Appendix B: Optional Sensor ................................................................... 44
Appendix C: Seed Sensor Sensitivity Values ........................................... 45
Appendix D: Conversion Factors.............................................................. 46
8.
Warranty ....................................................................................... 47
Warranty Guidelines Canada and the United States ................................. 47
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Introduction
About THE LEGEND SECTION AWARE ISOBUS
THE LEGEND S.A ISOBUS
THE LEGEND S.A. ISOBUS is a Rate and Blockage ECU to be
used with a Virtual Terminal (VT) on a CAN 2.0b bus. The CAN
protocol is based on the ISO 11783 standard. It operates with basic
functionality which includes blockage detection and seed count of all
sensors every second.
THE LEGEND S.A. ISOBUS uses infrared seed sensors to measure
seed rate and check for blockages. The sensors operate on a similar
principle to that of a motion detector in a security system.
THE LEGEND S.A. ISOBUS connects to the drill’s control system
and once a section is turned off no alarms will occur for that inactive
section.
2 Loops / 120 Sensors each
THE LEGEND S.A. ISOBUS can communicate with two
individually controlled Sensor Loops each capable of handling 120
sensors (separate seed and fertilizer runs).
THE LEGEND S.A ISOBUS Features
Tip:
When compared to previous Agtron ART
systems
 2X faster notification of blockages
 Not affected by wire breaks
 10X higher seed rates
 5X more resistant to chemical buildup
 Improved snap-fit sensor cable connection
 Section Aware and will not Alarm when sections are turned
OFF
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Using Virtual Terminals with Your ISOBUS Rate and Blockage System
Several companies manufacture ISOBUS compatible Virtual
Terminals. Although the locations and types of controls may vary
from manufacturer to manufacturer, all terminals use the same icons
to represent the main functions.
Figure 3-1
Tip:
For detailed information on how to
operate your Virtual Terminal, refer to its
operation manual.
Any ISOBUS compatible virtual terminal (VT) should be able to
communicate with and control your LEGEND S.A. ISOBUS. When
the VT in your tractor is connected to the Legend ISO it downloads
the information from the ECU and displays it on the VT’s screen.
The central part of the screen displays information pages identically,
regardless of the VT you are using. Typically, icons representing
other pages are located around, or to the side of the central part of
the screen. Selecting these soft keys enables you to navigate to the
pages they represent. The location of page icons may vary depending
on the manufacturer of the VT. Also, some VTs have touch screens,
whereas others use pushbuttons located around the outside of the
screen, adjacent to on-screen icons.
ISOBUS compatible VTs can be used to set up, operate and monitor
your LEGEND S.A. ISOBUS Rate and Blockage system, but the
exact details of how to access and change values and settings may
vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. For example, when
entering numerical values during system setup, some VTs may open
a keypad-style page. Others may assign numbers to buttons around
the outside of the screen. For this reason, procedures in this manual
simply state “Enter the numerical value for…” You will have to
consult the manufacturer’s operating manual for your specific VT to
determine the details.
Go to www.agtron.com to view the current Virtual Terminals that
can be used with your Rate and Blockage system.
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Installation
ECU Tractor Battery Harness
1. For Installation of an ISOBUS Harness on non-ISO Tow
Between Air Cart setup or Tow Behind Air Cart setup plug
the CANBUS Harness into the ISO plug on the rear of the
tractor. (See Figure 4-1)
For Installation of the ISOBUS Harness on ISOBUS Tow
Between Air Cart setup, you can plug the ISOBUS Harnesss
into the ISOBUS plug on the rear of the Air Cart.
2. Select a mounting location to protect the ECU.
3. Affix the ECU to the frame of the tank or toolbar.
Figure 4-1
4. Connect the 2 pin & 4 pin male Deutsch connectors on the
ISOBUS Harness to the corresponding 2 pin & 4 pin female
Deutsch connectors on the ECU. (See Figure 4-2)
Figure 4-2
CAN Terminating Bias Circuit
A CAN Terminating Bias Circuit connector must be installed on the
ISOBUS Harness if there is no other ECU installed at the end of the
system.
Figure 4-3
Colored Cable Tie Installation
Colored Cable Ties
The colored cable ties included in this kit are to assist in easy
installation and to differentiate between the two loops of sensors
1. Attach blue ties for all Loop 1 cables.
Figure 4-4
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2. Attach yellow ties for all Loop 2 cables.
Be sure to secure all cables but DO NOT pinch cables too tight!
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Seed Sensor and Sensor Loop Cable Installation
1. Select a Seed Sensor mounting location near the distributor.
2. Mount the Seed Sensors in the hose above the implement
chassis. This is to protect the Seed Sensors and cables from
field debris damage.
3. Secure the Seed Sensors in the hose using metal hose clamps
on each side. (Agtron Part# 400TRHS16, not included).
4. Select a seed sensor on the far left of the machine to be
sensor #1.
Figure 4-5
Tip:
If necessary, apply heat to the hose
ends in order to fit the hose over the
sensor.
Sensors should be mounted on a
relatively straight part of the hose for
best performance.
Tip:
To help avoid electrical interference
problems, create a figure eight shape
with excess cable before securing.
5. Leave the female plug of this sensor unplugged, but connect
the male plug to the sensor beside it.
This will be sensor #2.
6. Continue connecting sensor #2 to sensor #3 and so on, until
all sensors on the manifold are connected.
7. Attach a Legend Loop cable to the male end of the last
sensor on the first manifold.
8. Connect the male end of the Legend Loop Cable to the
female end of the first sensor on the 2nd manifold.
9. Continue in this fashion until you reach the far right side of
the implement, leaving the male end on the last sensor
unplugged.
10. Using cable ties, attach all cables to the frame of the
implement. Avoid pinch points such as wing lift and opener
lift points.
The Legend Loop Cables should not be stretched tight
when connected.
Legend S.A. Air Cart Harness Installation
1. Disconnect manufacturers 2 pin Deutsch connector from
Section 1 solenoid.
2. Connect 2 pin Deutsch connector for Section 1 on Legend
Air Cart Harness (AGD1725) into Section 1 solenoid.
3. Connect manufacturers 2 pin Deutsch connector for Section
1 into Section 1 on Legend S.A. Air Cart Harness
(AGD1725).
4. Repeat for remaining sections on Air Cart.
5. Route the 12 pin Deutsch connector to the hitch of the Air
Cart.
Figure 4-6
Sections 1-10
Speed
Work Switch
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6. Connect Work Switch connector to Work Switch. (Optional)
7. Connect Speed connector to Speed Sensor. (Optional)
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Legend S.A. Loop Harness Installation (60 Sensors per Loop or Less)
1. Select a mounting location for the Legend S.A. Loop
Harness in the center of the implement.
2. Connect the 35 pin black Amp seal connector to the ECU.
3. Connect the 12 pin Deutsch connector to the Legend No
Section Alarm Harness (AGD1725). If needed a 40’
extension cable is available. (BGD1720).
4. Route the male end of the Legend S.A. Loop Harness
towards the far left side of the implement using Legend
Loop Cables as needed.
This end of the cable will connect to sensor 1 on the first
manifold on the left side of the implement.
5. Route the female end of the Legend S.A. Loop Harness
towards the far right side of the implement using Legend
Loop Cables as needed.
Figure 4-7
This end of the cable will connect to the last sensor in the
loop, on the last manifold, on the right side of the
implement.
6. Repeat steps 4 & 5 for Loop 2 if needed.
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Legend S.A. Sure Seal Harness Installation (Over 60 Sensors per Loop)
1. Select a mounting location for the Legend S.A. Harness in
the center of the implement.
2. Connect the 35 pin black Amp seal connector to the ECU.
3. Connect the 12 pin Deutsch connector to the Legend No
Section Alarm Harness (AGD1725).
4. Connect the Loop 1 Sure Seal connector to the Loop 1 YCable using Main Extension cables as needed.
5. Repeat step 4 for Loop 2 if needed.
Figure 4-8
Main Extension Cable & Y-Cable Installation (Over 60 Sensors per Loop)
For the following installation procedures refer to the Installation
Diagrams Figure 4-13 and Figure 4-14.
Main Extension Cables
Figure 4-9
ECU Female
Extension Cable Male
When making Extension Cable connections, make sure you align the
molded arrows. If they are difficult to push together, check the
condition of the pins. For each Loop (1 for Single; 2 for Dual):
1. Connect the cable from the ECU to a 10ft or 20ft Main
Extension Cable.
2. Route the Main Harness Extension Cable to the implement
hitch.
Figure 4-10
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3. Secure the Main Harness Extension Cable to the equipment
with cable ties, allowing enough slack for hitch movement.
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Y-Cable
1. Select a mounting location for the Y-Cable in the center of the
implement.
2. Connect the large blue male end to the main cable (shown in
Figure 4-13), which is connected to the ECU on Loop 1 or Loop
2.
3. Secure the ring terminal of the Y-Cable to the chassis of the
implement.
4. Route the Y-cable’s male sensor loop cable towards the far left
side of the implement using Sensor Loop Cables as needed.
This end of the Y-cable will connect to sensor 1 on the first
manifold on the left end of the toolbar
Figure 4-11
5. Route the Y-cables female Sensor Loop Cable towards the far
right side of the toolbar, using Sensor Loop Cables as needed.
This end of the Y-cable will connect to the last sensor in the
loop, on the last manifold on the right side of the toolbar
2nd Y-Cable on a Loop
On systems with more than 60 Seed Sensors, an additional Y-Cable
must be installed in the middle of the loop to improve power
distribution.
1. When making any cable connections, make sure you align the
molded arrows. If they are difficult to push together, check the
condition of the pins.
2. To prevent cable damage, route the cables so they follow the
hydraulic hoses whenever possible.
3. Connect the blue male end of the second Y-Cable to the blue
female end of the first Y-Cable.
4. Connect the second Y-Cable’s male and female Sensor Loop
Cables into the middle of the seed sensor loop. (Using in place of
a Legend Loop cable)
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Figure 4-12 Installation Diagram
Diagram is not to scale
Figure 4-12
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Part Number
Description
AGD1700
The Legend Section Aware ISO ECU
AGD1717
Legend S.A. Power Harness
AGD1718
Legend CANBUS Harness
AGD1725
Legend S.A. Air Cart Harness
AGD3093
CAN Terminating Bias Circuit
4TYWR14.0
850040001
850040002
Black Cable Ties (14.5”)
Blue Cable Ties (4”)
Yellow Cable Ties (4”)
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Figure 4-13 Seed Sensor Installation Diagram - Bourgault
Diagram is not to scale
Figure 4-13
Part Number
Description
AGD1719
Legend S.A Loop Harness
AGST22
AGST24
AGST25
AGST32
AGST38
The
The
The
The
The
9ASTX10
9ASTX20
The Legend Loop Cable 10ft (3m)
The Legend Loop Cable 20ft (6m)
Legend
Legend
Legend
Legend
Legend
Seed
Seed
Seed
Seed
Seed
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
7/8” (22mm)
15/16” (24mm)
1” (25mm)
1 ¼” (32mm)
1 ½” (38mm)
Optional Parts
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Part Number
Description
9ASTX02
9ASTX04
The Legend Loop Cable 2ft (0.6m)
The Legend Loop Cable 4ft (1m)
400TRHS16
Hose clamp size 16
9ARTM10
9ARTM20
Main Extension Cable 10ft (3m)
Main Extension Cable 20ft (6m)
AGD1720
The Legend S.A. 40ft Extension Harness
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Figure 4-14 Seed Sensor Installation Diagram – Morris/John
Deere
Diagram is not to scale
2nd Y-Cable only
needed if loop has
more than 60 sensors
Figure 4-14
Part
Number
Description
AGD1726
The Legend S.A. Sure Seal Harness
AGST22E
AGST24E
AGST25E
AGST32E
AGST38E
The
The
The
The
The
9ASTX10
9ASTX20
The Legend Loop Cable 10ft (3m)
The Legend Loop Cable 20ft (6m)
Legend
Legend
Legend
Legend
Legend
Seed
Seed
Seed
Seed
Seed
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
7/8” (22mm)
15/16” (24mm)
1” (25mm)
1 ¼” (32mm)
1 ½” (38mm)
Optional Parts
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Part
Number
Description
9ASTY10
The Legend Y-Cable 10ft (3m)
9ASTX02
9ASTX04
The Legend Loop Cable 2ft (0.6m)
The Legend Loop Cable 4ft (1m)
400TRHS16
Hose clamp size 16
9ARTM10
9ARTM20
Main Extension Cable 10ft (3m)
Main Extension Cable 20ft (6m)
AGD1720
The Legend S.A. 40ft Extension Harness
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Figure 4-15 Legend S.A. Installation Diagram – Tow Behind Cart
AGD1718 –
CANBUS
Harness
AGD1717 –
ISOBUS Power
Harness
AGD1700 ISOBUS ECU
Figure 4-15
Toolbar Harness
See Table 4-1
Air Cart Harness
See Table 4-2
Section Control Connectors
Figure 4-16 Legend S.A. Installation Diagram – Tow Between Cart
AGD1718 –
CANBUS
Harness
AGD1717 –
ISOBUS Power
Harness
AGD1700 ISOBUS ECU
Air Cart Harness
See Table 4-1
Toolbar Harness
See Table 4-2
Figure 4-16
Section Control Connectors
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Table 4-1 Toolbar Harness Part Numbers
Part
Number
Description
AGD1719
Bourgault Toolbar Harness
AGD1726
Generic Toolbar Harness
Table 4-1
Table 4-2 Air Cart Harness Part Numbers
Part
Number
Description
3151-77
Bourgault Air Cart Harness
AGD1725
Generic Air Cart Harness
Table 4-2
Note:
Bourgault Air Cart Harness (PN – 3151-77) is
manufactured by Bourgault Industries and is
only available from your Bourgault dealer.
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Optional Sensor Installation
**Refer to Appendix B: Optional Sensors for more information**
GPS/Radar Speed Sensor
Tips:
The Single and Dual Loop ECU’s
require a pulse or radar style signal
output from the GPS.
A mating cable may be required from
the maker of the GPS/Radar unit.
1. Connect to the output of your GPS/Radar unit to connector
labeled Speed on Air Cart harness.
2. Turn to the Calibration and Operation portion of this manual
for information on how to set up optional sensors in the
system.
Wheel Speed Sensor
A mating cable may be required from
the maker of the Speed Sensor.
1. Install the Speed Sensor (Low RPM Reed Switch) and
magnet on a wheel or shaft that turns when the seeder is in
motion. Mounting within ½” of the magnet.
2. Connect the Speed Sensor to connector labeled Speed on the
Air Cart harness.
3. Turn to the Calibration and Operation portion of this manual
for information on how to set up optional sensors in the
system.
Automatic Work Switch
1. Install the Work Switch Sensor (Low RPM Reed Switch) and
magnet on the toolbar, mounting within ½” of the magnet.
Tips:
The monitor requires an open/close
circuit switch for a Work Switch. DO
NOT use a powered switch without a
relay.
See Appendix Deutsch DTM
Connector Pin-out for more
information when connecting to an
existing Work Switch.
The switch can be located such that the magnet closes the
switch when the drill is up, or closes it when the drill is down.
However, the Work Switch logic must be configured
appropriately. See Work Switch Setup.
Connect the Work Switch sensor to connector labeled Work
Switch on Air Cart harness.
Or
Splice into an existing Work Switch
2. Turn to the Calibration and Operation portion of this manual
for information on how to set up optional sensors in the
system.
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5.
Calibration and Operation
The Legend S.A ISOBUS Softkeys
Icon
Function
Legend ISOBUS
Legend Home (Rate/Blockage)
Sensor Scroll UP/DOWN
Seeder Setup
Section Setup
ECU Diagnostics
Alarm Acknowledge
Default Calibration
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Setup Wizard
Before using THE LEGEND S.A. ISOBUS you must set it up for
your air seeder system. This is done by using the Setup Wizard.
Setup Wizard
Setup Wizard
Figure 5-1
Press the Setup Wizard icon
5-2) screen will appear.
for loop 1 and Step 1 (Figure
Figure 5-2
Tip:
Leave Test Speed at Zero (0) if using
ISO or Wheel speed.
1. Only enter the speed that you would normally drive while
seeding if NOT using ISO or wheel speed.
2.
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3.
Enter the number of sensors on Section 1.
Figure 5-3
4. Continue pressing next and entering the number of sensors
for each section (up to ten sections).
5. Press done when you have reached the last tower number on
your drill.
Seeder Setup
To access the Seeder Setup screen, press the Seeder Setup Icon
located in the menu bar.
Figure 5-4
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Loop 1 and Loop 2 Total
Loop 1 and Loop 2 total is the number of sensors installed on each
loop.
Loop 1 and Loop 2 High/Low Rate Alarm
Tip:
Seed Rate Wizard will automatically
set the High and low alarms 50%
above and 50% below the Seed Rate
entered.
A High Rate alarm occurs if the flow rate through a sensor increases
above its High Rate alarm value; a Low Rate alarm occurs if the rate
decreases below the Low Rate alarm value. The value that should be
set for low and high alarm depends on the desired operational range.
To set an alarm value:
1. Press the Loop 1 High Rate Alarm field.
The on-screen keyboard appears.
2. Enter the value at which you want the system to alarm. (zero
(0) disables the alarm.)
3.
Repeat for Loop 1 Low Rate Alarm and Loop 2 High and
Low Rate Alarms.
Test Speed
Tips:
When using another speed source make
sure Seeder Test Speed is set to zero (0).
You must have a speed in order to set
Rate.
Test speed is a valuable tool you can use when performing
diagnostics. It supplies a speed signal that simulates the forward
motion of the tractor and implement. Test speed is set during the
Setup Wizard, but if you need to adjust the value use the following
instructions.
1. Press the Test Speed field.
The on-screen keyboard appears.
2. Enter a value between 0 and 20. (a value that you would
normally be driving when seeding)
ISO Speed
The ISO speed is the speed input taken from the virtual terminal
1. Press the ISO Speed field to enable choosing ISO Ground
Speed or ISO Wheel Speed.
Make sure EXT Speed is disabled and test speed is at zero
(0).
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External Speed
Tip:
Wheel Speed
Toolbar Sensor Breakout cable is needed
for the installation of a speed sensor or
GPS /Radar Sensor. Speed can only be
installed on Loop 1 lead 4/7
Speed sensor installed on a wheel or shaft that turns when the seeder
is in motion.
1. Mount within ½” of the magnet.
Only 2 optional sensors can be installed
on Loop 1 using leads 4/7 and 5/8 on the
Sensor Breakout Cable.
2. Press Ext Speed field to toggle between Enable and Disable.
Enable if Speed sensor is installed and
Disable if Speed sensor is not installed
3. Proceed to Speed Cal.
GPS/Radar Speed
GPS/Radar Speed Sensor takes a pulse or radar signal output from
the sensor.
1. Press Ext Speed field to toggle between Enable and Disable.
2. Proceed to Speed Cal.
Speed Cal
Speed Cal is the circumference of the wheel or shaft for wheel speed
and for GPS/Radar it is the distance travelled per pulse.
1. Press Speed Cal button.
The on-screen keyboard appears.
2. Enter a value (Default is 100.00).
External Work Switch
Tip:
Toolbar Sensor Breakout Harness is needed
for the installation of the Work Switch. Work
Switch can only be installed on Loop 1 lead
5/8
Only 2 optional sensors can be installed on
Loop 1 using leads 4/7 and 5/8 on the Sensor
Breakout Cable.
The External Work Switch is an open and close switch installed on
the seeder that mutes alarms when the implement is out of the
ground.
1. Tap the Ext Work field to toggle between Enable and
Disable.
2. Set to Enable if a Work Switch is installed; set to Disable if
the Work Switch is not installed.
Work Signal
Work Signal is required as the system needs to know if it is a signal
with power or ground.
1. Tap the Work signal field to toggle between power and
ground.
2. Set to Power if signal comes from power, set to ground if
signal comes from ground.
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Polarity
The required polarity setting of the External Work Switch depends
on how the switch is installed. Polarity is the expected output when
the sensor is activated. It determines whether an action is initiated
when a switch closes or when it opens. If your Work Switch is
operating the opposite of what it should be, change the polarity.
1. Tap the Polarity field to toggle between Normal and
Inverted.
Section Setup
Tip:
This will automatically be done when you
do the setup wizard.
The Section setup is completed during the Setup Wizard, changes
can be made if needed.
On the right hand side of screen press the Section Setup Softkey
to open the Section Setup screen.
Press the red number and an onscreen keyboard will appear. Enter
desired value.
Section Setup
Figure 5-5
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Default Calibration
To reset the Legend S.A. ECU to the factory default settings select
the Default Calibration soft key located in the menu bar.
Select the green check mark soft key to reset the ECU to the factory
default settings. Select the red X soft key to cancel your selection and
return to the main screen.
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Main Screen (Symbols, Blockage and Rate)
Sensitivity relates to blockage
monitoring and detects whether the
number of seeds flowing through a
sensor over a period of time (e.g. 20
seeds per second) drops below the
minimum rate.
Seed Rate relates to the volume of
product applied to an area of the field
(e.g. 20 seeds/m2 or 100 lbs/acre).
Seed Rate alarms detect when that
application rate exceeds or drops below
preset High or Low alarm values.
This section describes the calibrations needed to use THE
LEGEND S.A. ISOBUS system. The following screen shows the
information displayed on the Main screen of THE LEGEND S.A.
ISOBUS.
The Main screen shows information about Loop 1 on the top, and
Loop 2 on the bottom. Sensitivity is shown on the left side, Seed
Rate is shown on the right side. Loop/Sensor status is shown in
several different symbols and colors to indicate various types of
information.
During normal operation the boxes will be green and display a Seed
Rate on the right side. When you first receive THE LEGEND S.A
ISOBUS, the Seed Rate indication is not calibrated for your air
seeder. The Seed Rate Wizard allows you to set the system to indicate
the Actual Seed Rate you are applying, in your preferred units. (E.g.
If you are applying 100 lbs/acre it will indicate a value of 100).
The Seed Rate Wizard is described in the Rate Mode section of
manual.
Seed Rate Wizard
Sensor Scroll Down
Home Screen
Setup Wizard
Loop 1
Seeder Setup
Sensitivity
ECU Diagnostics
Setup Wizard
Section Setup
Loop 2
Sensor scroll UP
Sensitivity
Speed
Figure 5-6
Work Switch Status
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Symbols
The following table lists the graphics and symbols used on the Main
screen, their functional names and descriptions:
Graphic
Function
Loop Disabled
Setting the Sensitivity to zero (0) disables the loop.
Good Sensors
If all sensors are detecting seed the square will be
green. Press the Loop number to display individual
sensors at the bottom of the screen. (provides
access to sensor diagnostic screen)
Work Switch
ON/OFF
Section OFF
Ground Speed
Setup Wizard
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If the Work Switch is ON the arrow will show
downwards if the Work Switch is OFF it will show
arrow upwards
If the Section is turned off and no seed going
through the sensor will turn purple. Tap the square
to display individual sensors at the bottom of the
screen. (provides access to sensor diagnostic
screen)
Ground Speed (In MPH or KPH).
Selecting the Setup Wizard Icon will open the Setup
Wizard to enable you to follow step by step in
setting up the Legend S.A. system
Sensitivity
Selecting the Sensitivity icon will allow you to set
the Sensitivity manually or allow you to use the
Sensitivity Wizard.
Seed Rate
Wizard
Selecting the Seed Rate Wizard icon will allow you
to perform the Seed Rate Wizard. It also allows you
to save/recall product settings in the Product
Library.
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Blockage Mode
Tip:
A Blockage Sensitivity value of zero (0)
disables the power and alarms to the
Sensor loop.
You must be seeding in order to set
Sensitivity correctly.
Sensitivity is used to setup blockage monitoring. The sensitivity value
(between 1 and 10) sets the minimum rate that seed must flow
through the sensors before a blockage alarm occurs. It is normal for
seed flow rate to vary slightly during seeding. The goal is to set the
sensitivity value high enough to detect actual blockages without
causing nuisance alarms due to slight variations in seed flow rate.
To set the sensitivity:
1. Check the condition of your air seeder and ensure that
there are no blockages.
2.
Begin seeding.
3. On the Main screen, press the sensitivity icon.
you can manually enter in a sensitivity value or press
Wizard and a value will automatically be selected for you.
(The range of values is between 0 and 10, 0 turns loop off)
4. Press Accept after a value has been manually entered.
Figure 5-8
Figure 5-7
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Rate Mode
Use the following procedure to set up Seed Rate in your preferred
units:
Tips:
In order for the Seed Rate Wizard to work
no sensors can be blocked!
You must have a speed source and
be seeding in order to set Seed Rate.
1. Begin seeding at a known application rate based on your
air seeder settings.
2. Press the Seed Rate Wizard
The Seed Rate Wizard screen appears, select the red number
and the on-screen keyboard will appear.
3. Enter the current Seed Rate in your preferred units.
(seeds/acre, pounds/acre, etc)
4. Press Accept.
Figure 5-9
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Section Aware
The Legend Section Aware will allow you to turn off your
sections and not get blockage alarms. When a section turns off
the system will display . . Figure 5-11 shows 6 sections with 8
sensors per section with section 1 turned disabled.
Section turned OFF
Figure 5-11
Section Turned Off With Sensor Detecting Seed
When the section is turned off there should be no seed flowing
through the sensors on the section that has been turned off. If there
are any sensors detecting seed when the section is turned off the
sensor(s) will display
.
Figure 5-12 is showing section one is turned off but the sensors are
still detecting seed.
Section turned OFF
still Detecting Seed
Figure 5-12
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Sensor Diagnostics Screen
The Sensor Diagnostic screen provides status information on all
sensors in each loop.
1. Press on Loop 1 or Loop 2 numbers to display individual
sensors at the bottom of the screen. (Provides access to
sensor diagnostic screen)
Sensor Status
Figure 5-13
2. Select a sensor that you want to view more information.
Name
Seed/Sec
Seed Count
ATD1/2
Indicates
Amount of seeds per
second
Amount of seed the
sensors is counting
Eye Strengths of the
sensor
ATD LED
LED Calibration
ATD Eye1/2
Eye calibration
Type
Sensor Type
Software/
Hardware
Software/Hardware of
the Sensor
Input Volt
Sensor Input Voltage
Reg Volt
Sensor Regulator Voltage
Temperature
Temperature of sensor
Run Time
Time sensor has ran in
seconds
Figure 5-14
3. Press the next button to go to the next sensors information
and previous to go to the previous sensors information.
4. Press exit to leave the Sensor Diagnostics screen.
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ECU Diagnostics Screen
The ECU Diagnostics Screen provides information about the ECU.
1. Press the ECU Diagnostics Softkey.
ECU Diagnostics
Figure 5-15
2. Figure 5-16 will appear.
Name
ECU Input
Voltage
ECU
Regulator
Voltage
ECU Internal
Temperature
Loop 1/2
MilliAmps
Legend ECU
Serial
Number
Spacing
Message
Delay (ms)
Indicates
Voltage of the ECU
Regulator Voltage of ECU
Internal Temperature of
the ECU
Loop Current in MilliAmps
Enter Serial Number of
ECU
Number of milliseconds it
takes to rescale
Figure 5-16
3. Figure 5-16 allows you to manually enter the ECU serial number,
as well as manually change the spacing message delay.
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Troubleshooting
System Alarms
ICON
ALARMS
ICON
ALARMS
Not Equal
Blocked Alarm
High/Low Rate Alarm
More than one Communication
Error
Loop Overload
Sensor Clean Error
Sensors not
communicating
High or Low Rate with a
Communication Error
Seeds Flowing with a
Communication Error
Blocked Alarm with a
Communication Error
Sensor Clean Error with
a Communication Error
Section OFF with a communication
Error
Section OFF with
Sensor seeing Seed
Section OFF With Sensor Detecting
Seed and a Communication Error
Alarm Screen
Figure 6-1 shows a system with 2 loops. Loop 1 is showing there is one
break in the loop between sensor six and sensor seven with seed still
flowing through the sensors. Loop 2 is turned off.
Break in Loop 1
Loop 2 is turned off
Figure 6-1
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One Disconnect in the System
When there is only one disconnect in the Loop the sensor icon turns half
orange and depending on status of sensor, the other half can be any of
the four colors, green for seed flowing, red for blocked, yellow for high
or low rate or grey for sensor needs cleaning. The Loop will still operate
with one disconnect and will still display the loop status.
Figure 6-2 shows there is a break in the system between sensor 6 and
sensor 7 with seed still flowing through the sensors.
Break in Loop 1
Sensor Detecting Seed
Figure 6-2
Figure 6-3 is showing a break between sensor 6 and sensor 7 with sensor
6 detecting seed and sensor 7 showing blocked.
Break in Loop 1
Sensor blocked
Figure 6-3
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Figure 6-4 is showing a break between sensor 6 and sensor 7. Sensor 6
needs to be cleaned and sensor 7 is detecting seed.
Break in Loop 1
Sensor needs
cleaning
Figure 6-4
Figure 6-5 is showing two sensors with High or Low Rates and there is a
break between sensor 6 and Sensor 7. Sensor 6 is detecting seed and
sensor 7 is showing a High or Low Rate alarm.
Break in Loop 1
Sensor has High
or Low Rate
Figure 6-5
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To find out where the cable is disconnected in the loop, Press on the
loop number. The Sensor Status screen appears at the bottom of the
screen indicating where the cable is disconnected in the loop.
Figure 6-6 shows a High or Low Rate alarm on sensor 3 and a cable
disconnected between sensor 6, which is detecting seed and sensor 7,
which has a High or Low Rate alarm.
Loop 1 number
Loop 2 number
Figure 6-6
Press the Loop number again and the individual sensors will disappear.
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Multiple Disconnects in the System (Communication Error)
When there are multiple disconnects in the system the Communication
Error icons will appear as shown in Figure 6-7.
Communication Error
(More than One
Break)
Figure 6-7
To find out where the disconnect is in the loop press on Loop 1 or loop
2 number. Figure 6-8 shows a break between the ECU and sensor 1 and
another disconnect between sensor 3 and sensor 4.
Loop 1 Number
Loop 2 Number
Figure 6-8
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One Disconnect in the System with Section Turned OFF
When there is only one disconnect in the Loop the sensor icon turns half
orange and depending on status of sensor, the other half can be either
purple for section OFF and no seed detected, or blue section OFF and
seed is being detected. The Loop will still operate with one disconnect
and will still display the loop status.
Figure 6-9 is showing Section one is turned off with a break in between
sensor 2 and sensor 3 and sections two – six are blocked
Section turned OFF with a
Communication Error
Figure 6-9
Figure 6-10 is showing Section one is turned off but the sensors are still
detecting seed. There is also a cable disconnected between sensor 2 and
sensor 3. Sections two - six are blocked.
Section turned OFF still
Detecting Seed with a
Communication Error
Figure 6-10
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Wrong Number of Sensors Expected
When the wrong number of sensors is detected by the system, compared
to what the user has entered, the Not Equal icon will appear as shown in
Figure 6-11.
Wrong number of
sensors detected
Tips:
If Work Switch is OFF Figure 6-12 will not
appear
Figure 6-11
Figure 6-12 will appear if the Work Switch is ON. This is indicating the
wrong number of sensors has been detected. Select the ACK
(Acknowledge) Softkey and press the wrong number of sensors detected
icon on the main screen as shown in Figure 6-11. The Tower setup
screen will appear as shown in Figure 6-13.
Figure 6-12
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Common Problems and Solutions
Type of Problem
Symptom/Diagnostic Step
Recommended action
No loop information
The loop indicated is turned off.
To turn loop on, increase sensitivity >0.
Displays Loop Overload
Indicates that there is too large of
a power draw on the indicated
sensor loop (most likely a short in
the sensor loop).
Check all cables/sensors for physical
damage, stretching etc.
Communication error
VT displays Comm Error on both
outside sensors
…Bypass first and last sensor in the Loop
…replace first and last sensor.
If the problem persists…
…Bypass Sensor Loop Cables Between the
Y-Cable and first and last sensor.
…replace the Sensor Loop Cables between
the Y-Cable and first and last sensor.
If the problem persists…
…replace the Y-Cable.
If a Loop Comm Error occurs…
Check cables and connections at location
shown on Sensor Diagnostic screen.
If the message is no longer
displayed…
If the problem persists…
If the message is no longer
displayed…
If the problem persists…
Not Equal
Replace the last removed part.
Check all the cables and connections.
If the message is no longer
displayed…
If the message is no longer
displayed…
No Commuication
Remove one tower or cable/sensor at a
time until the message disappears.
If the message is no longer
displayed…
Sensor is showing not
communicating…
The monitor is reading an
incorrect number of sensors.
…Bypass the sensor # indicated.
…replace the sensor.
…Bypass the sensor before or after the #
indicated.
…replace the sensor
…Bypass Sensor Loop cable going to the
sensor.
…replace Sensor Loop Cable.
Sensor has been deactivated, activate
sensor
Tap wrong # of sensors expected icon
make sure sensor count matches what is
installed on the Tower setup screen
…refer to above troubleshooting steps
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Type of Problem
Blocked Sensor
Displays ERROR alarms when one loop is
disabled, but no alarms when both loops
enabled
Symptom/Diagnostic Step
Recommended action
The sensor indicated is blocked.
Clean blockage from indicated run.
If the indicated run is not
blocked…
…verify the Sensitivity is not set too high.
Check inside the distribution towers for
any foreign material. This may cause
blockages to move from sensor to sensor.
If it is always the same sensor giving
the blocked message…
…trade that sensor with one in another
position.
If blocked message moves with the
sensor…
…replace that sensor
Intermittent Blockage Alarms
Check history screen for frequency and
adjust sensitivity as needed
Typically this means that loops
are all connected but cables are
crossed either going to sensor 1
or coming back from the last
sensor.
Trace sensor cables from the main wiring
harness to the first and last sensor of one
loop.
Re-connect the cables correctly.
Clean Sensor
The sensor indicated is dirty
Clean the infrared optical eyes in the
sensor using a bottle brush or wet rag
…replace the sensor
High and Low Rate Alarms
If sensor has been cleaned and is still
giving the clean message…
The sensor indicated is constantly
showing High or Low Rate
alarms…
…adjust the High or low rate alarms
further apart
…trade the sensor with one in another
position
If moves with the sensor…
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7.
Appendix
Appendix A: Parts List
Part Number
Description
AGD1700
The Legend S.A. ISOBUS ECU
AGD1717
The Legend S.A. Power Harness
AGD1718
The Legend CANBUS Harness
AGD1719
The Legend S.A Loop Harness
AGD1725
Air Cart Harness
AGD3093
CAN Terminating Bias Circuit
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4TYWR14.0
850040001
850040002
Black Cable Ties (14.5”)
Blue Cable Ties (4”)
Yellow Cable Ties (4”)
9ASTY10
The Legend Y-Cable
9ASTX10
9ASTX20
The Legend Loop Cable 10ft (3m)
The Legend Loop Cable 20ft (6m)
AGST22
AGST24
AGST25
AGST32
AGST38
The
The
The
The
The
Legend
Legend
Legend
Legend
Legend
Seed
Seed
Seed
Seed
Seed
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
Sensor
7/8” (22mm)
15/16” (24mm)
1” (25mm)
1 ¼” (32mm)
1 ½” (38mm)
Optional Parts
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Part Number
Description
AGD1726
The Legend S.A. Sure Seal Harness
AGD1720
The Legend S.A. 40ft Extension Harness
AGD1721
The Legend S.A. Air Cart Harness
400TRHS16
Hose clamp size 16
9AGPS01
9AGPS02
GPS Speed Sensor (5Hz Update Speed)
GPS Speed Sensor (1Hz Update Speed)
9ART090
3P Deutsch DTM to AMP CPC Radar Adapter
9ART091
3P Deutsch DTM to AMP CPC Radar Y-Cable
AGIND01
Inductive Proximity Sensor 20ft (6m)
AGSH001
Low RPM Reed Switch Sensor 20ft (6m)
9KRT069
3P Deutsch DTM Connector to Relay Kit
9ART089
3P Deutsch DTM Connector with Bare Wire Ends
AGBN007
AGBN008
Bin Level Sensor 20ft (6m)
Bin Level Sensor 6ft (1.8m)
9ARTM10
9ARTM20
Main Extension Cable 10ft (3m)
Main Extension Cable 20ft (6m)
9ASTX02
9ASTX04
The Legend Loop Cable 2ft (0.6m)
The Legend Loop Cable 4ft (1m)
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Appendix B: Optional Sensor
This section describes the optional sensors that can be added to the cart.
Shaft/Speed/Work Switch Sensor-AGSH001
Low RPM Reed Switch Sensor ½” diameter, mounts using ½” P-clip and #10 self-tapping
screw ¾” x 3/16” (included), 3/16” P-clip and #10 self-tapping screw ¾” x 3/16” (included for
securing cable), 2 x magnet .950” x .500” x .125” (included), 20FT cable with 3 pin DTM series
Deutsch connector.
GPS Speed Sensor-9AGPS01/9AGPS02
GPS Speed Sensor 2 ½” diameter, bottom plate on the receiver provides a magnetic mount or 2
x dual lock Velcro (included), 10FT cable with 3 pin DTM series Deutsch connector.
Relay Kit-9KRT069
Relay mounts using #10 self-tapping screw ¾” x 3/16” (included), 2 x Butt splices for
connecting power and ground (included), 1FT cable with 3 pin DTM series Deutsch connector.
Bare Wire Cable-9ART089
Bare Wire cable allows connection of 3rd party sensors White wire power, Red wire signal and
Black wire ground, 4FT cable with 3 pin DTM series Deutsch connector.
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Appendix C: Seed Sensor Sensitivity Values
The following sensitivity settings provide a guideline for setting your Seed Rate Monitor sensitivity:
Sensitivity
Seeds/second
0
Loop is off
1
1
5
7
10
12
20
22
30
36
40
60
50
114
60
215
70
410
80
791
90
1531
100
2500
Enter the product you are using and the Sensitivity value used for quick value changes.
Product
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Appendix D: Conversion Factors
To convert from Imperial to Metric measurements, multiply by the following factors.
To Convert
To
Multiply By
Inches
Millimeters
25.4
Feet
Meters
0.3048
Yards
Meters
0.9144
Miles
Kilometers
1.609
Square Foot
Square Meters
0.0929
Acres
Hectares
0.4047
Pounds
Kilograms
0.4536
Cubic foot
Cubic Meter
0.02832
Bushels
Cubic Meters
0.03524
Pounds/Square Inch
Kilopascals
6.8948
Pounds/Square Inch
Bar
0.06895
Pounds-Force-Foot
Newton-Meters
1.3568
Miles-Per-Hour
Kilometers-Per-Hour
1.609
Pounds-Per-Acre
Kilograms-Per-Hectare
1.1209
Acre-Per-Hour
Hectare-Per-Hour
0.405
Feet-Per-Minute
Meters-Per-Second
0.005
Feet-Per-Second
Meters-Per-Second
0.305
Horsepower
Kilowatt
0.746
27 in. of Water =1 psi
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8.
Warranty
Warranty Guidelines Canada and the United States
Warranty covers all defects in workmanship or materials in your Agtron Enterprises Inc. product under normal
use.
1. This warranty coverage applies only to the original owner and is not transferrable.
2. To receive warranty, send the defective part and proof of date of purchase to your local dealer. The dealer will
contact Agtron Enterprises Inc. for a return authorization number and supply the replacement warranty parts.
3. If replacement parts are sent by Agtron Enterprises Inc., the customer will have 30 days to return the original
defective product. A credit card is required and after 30 days the customer will be charged if the defective
product is not received by Agtron Enterprises Inc. Go to www.agtron.com for shipping details.
4. Any product failures during the warranty period may be repaired or replaced with new or rebuilt product by
Agtron Enterprises Inc. discretion.
5. Troubleshooting, removal, installation labor and shipping to Agtron are the responsibility of the customer.
6. Damage from neglect, accidents, fire, liquids, chemicals, other substances, flooding, vibrations, excessive heat,
power surges, excess supply voltage, incorrect supply voltage, radiation, electrostatic discharges including
lightning, other external forces and impacts are not covered under warranty.
7. There are no customer serviceable parts. Removing a security screw will void the warranty.
8. Unauthorized modifications will void the warranty.
9. Any usage outside of the intended use will void the warranty.
Product Returns
1. If unsatisfied, a full refund is offered within 30 days from the date of purchase.
2. Any product returned after 30 days must be in new condition and in original packaging to be eligible for a
refund. Product returned after 30 days will be charged a 15% restocking fee.
3. No refund is available on product returned 52 weeks after the date of purchase. Go to www.agtron.com for
shipping details.
All shipping charges for product returns are the responsibility of the customer, including duty and/or customs
charges for international shipments. Product shipped collect will be rejected and returned to the customer. A
return to manufacturer authorization number (RMA) must be obtained before any product is returned. Please
contact Agtron Enterprises Inc. for instructions and shipping information www.agtron.com, or North American
Toll Free: 1.800.667.0640.
Conditions of Use
1. Agtron Enterprises Inc. takes no responsibility for injuries, damages, or losses due to the use, misuse, abuse, or
failure of this equipment. It is the responsibility of the customer to understand the operation and to ensure that
it is operating properly.
2. All products produced by Agtron Enterprises Inc. are intended for use with agricultural implements. Any other
application has not been considered; therefore complying with regulations is the sole responsibility of the
customer.
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