Trimble Display User Guide

GETTING STARTED GUIDE
ISOBUS for the
XCN-2050™ Display
Version 1
Revision A
October 2014
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Agriculture Business Area
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This is the October 2014 release (Revision A ) of the XCN-2050 display
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Notices
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Properly shielded and grounded cables and connectors must be used in
order to meet FCC emission limits. TRIMBLE is not responsible for any
radio or television interference caused by using other than
recommended cables and connectors or by unauthorized changes or
modifications to this equipment. Unauthorized changes or modifications
could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Responsible Party:
Trimble Navigation
935 Stewart Drive
Sunnyvale CA 94085
Telephone: 1-408 481 8000
Canada
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003
du Canada.
This apparatus complies with Canadian RSS-GEN.
Cet appareil est conforme à la norme CNR-GEN du Canada.
This product has been tested and found to comply
with the requirements for a Class A device pursuant
to European Council Directive 2006/42/EC and
1999/5/EC, thereby satisfying the requirements for
CE Marking and sale within the European Economic
Area (EEA). Contains a radio module. These requirements are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a residential or commercial environment.
Australia and New Zealand
This product conforms with the regulatory requirements of
the Australian Communications and Media Authority
(ACMA) EMC framework, thus satisfying the
requirements for C-Tick Marking and sale within Australia
and New Zealand.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
For product recycling instructions and more information, please
go to
http://www.trimble.com/Corporate/Environmental_
Compliance.aspx .
Recycling in Europe: To recycle Trimble WEEE (Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment, products that run on electrical power.), Call +31
497 53 24 30, and ask for the "WEEE Associate". Or, mail a request for
recycling instructions to:
Trimble Europe BV
c/o Menlo Worldwide Logistics
Version 1, Revision A
Meerheide 45
5521 DZ Eersel, NL
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Contents
Contents
1 Introduction
12
About this guide
Additional Trimble resources
Technical assistance
13
13
13
2 Installation
14
Full harness
In cab
15
16
3 Setup
18
ISOBUS settings
Task Controller
Virtual Terminal
Task Controller setup
CAN message settings
Equipment setup
Equipment list
Hardi self-propelled sprayer setup
Pre-Operation
Horsch Maestro planter and Pronto or Sprinter seed drill setup
John Deere planter 1700 series setup
John Deere 1900 seeder setup
Kinze planter 3000 series setup
Kinze planter 4900 setup
Kuhn seed drill Moduliner HR 6004 ML setup
Pre-Operation
Kverneland Monopill SE and Accord Optima Precision drills
Kverneland Accord Optima, Exacta TL GEOSpread disc spreader and Vicon RO-EDW
Geospread setup
Pre-Operation
Rauch and Kuhn AXIS-H-EMC spreader setup
Pre-Operation
Rauch and Kuhn AXIS-W spreader setup
Pre-Operation
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ISOBUS operations
Task Controller operation
On-screen Task Controller switch
Virtual Terminal operation
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Chapter
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Introduction
In this chapter:
About this guide
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With this guide, you can set up Task
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1 Introduction
About this guide
About this guide
ISOBUS is a set of software and hardware standards that makes possible the communication
between equipment made by different manufacturers.
With ISOBUS, you can use the XCN-2050™ display to control an ISO-certified implement without an
additional display. An ISO-certified implement has small computers called electronic control units
(ECUs) which send signals to the XCN-2050 display. An ISO-certified tractor has a tractor ECU (TECU)
installed on it. ECUs on implements enable you to control the operation:
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With the XCN-2050 display, using Task Controller (an optional feature)
With Virtual Terminal, an on-screen window that opens on the XCN-2050 display to access
directly the functions provided by the ECUs
This manual describes how to install and configure the ISOBUS Virtual Terminal and Task Controller
on the XCN-2050 display.
Additional Trimble resources
Sources of related information include the following:
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Product manuals and other publications - Access various publications (including product
manuals, release notes and quick reference guides) about Trimble products at
http://www.trimble.com/Support/Support_AZ.aspx.
Trimble training courses - Consider a training course to help you use the XCN-2050 display to
its fullest potential. For more information, go to http://www.trimble.com/Support/Index_
Training.aspx.
Technical assistance
If you cannot find the information you need in the product documentation, contact your local
reseller.
Alternatively:
1. Go to http://www.trimble.com/support/index_support.aspx.
2. Select the type of support applicable to you.
If you need to contact Trimble technical support:
1. Go to http://www.trimble.com/global-services/support.aspx.
2. Click Request Technical Support and login to complete a support request.
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Installation
In this chapter:
Full harness
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In cab
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Cabling configurations require ISO-specific
cables.
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Full harness
Full harness
The following cables are included in ISOBUS harness kit P/N 89285-00:
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77368, CAN cab-to-hitch cable
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77413, IBRC-to-DTP adapter (Powell) cable
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76941, Power-to-hitch cable
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75834 (not shown in diagram), can be used to connect ISOBUS full harness to Port A on TM-200
Module
Recommended but not included in 89285-00: 77533, Dual replay power cutoff: Optional.
Recommended for cutting power to implement when display is off and to cycle power when
restarting display).
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The following cables are included in ISOBUS harness kit P/N 89285-02:
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75407, TM-200 to ISOBUS in-cab cable
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92752, ISO in-cab cable
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95918, Power adapter cable (This cable is not included in the ISOBUS harness kit, but is
recommended. This enables you to power on the TM-200 when bus is energized.)
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Chapter
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Setup
In this chapter:
ISOBUS settings
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Task Controller setup
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CAN message settings
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Equipment setup
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Task Controller is an optional feature that
requires an unlock. Both Task Controller
and Virtual Terminal must be turned on in
Settings before they can be set up.
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ISOBUS settings
ISOBUS settings
Before you can use Task Controller or Virtual Terminal, you must turn on these features in the XCN2050 display settings.
To access the ISOBUS settings:
1. Tap
.
2. Tap
.
3. Tap ISOBUS Settings.
Task Controller
To use Task Controller when using ISO-certified equipment, tap
to activate this feature.
Note – This feature is optional and requires an unlock.
For information on:
See:
Task Controller setup
Task Controller setup, 20
Setting up equipment for task controller
Equipment setup, 22
Using Task Controller
Task Controller operation, 49
Virtual Terminal
To use Virtual Terminal when using ISO-certified equipment, tap
to activate this feature.
Note – Virtual Terminal must also be turned on for you to configure the equipment for Task
Controller.
For information on:
See:
Using Virtual Terminal
Virtual Terminal operation, 51
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Task Controller setup
To set up Task Controller:
1. Unlock the Task Controller feature. See the XCN-2050 Display User Guide.
2. Turn on the Virtual Terminal and Task Controller features in the display settings. See ISOBUS
settings, 19.
3. Set up the implement to use Task Controller. See the XCN-2050 Display User Guide.
4. If you have not already done so, complete the setup for GNSS, including sending CAN messages
to the implement. See CAN message settings, 21.
5. Set up the ISO-certified equipment to use Task Controller. See Equipment setup, 22.
To operate the Task Controller, see Task Controller operation, 49.
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CAN message settings
CAN message settings
If you are using an ISO-certified implement, use this setting to send information to the implement
(such as speed). If you wish to send messages from the GNSS receiver in the TM-200 Module, you
can set up what messages will be sent from CAN port A or B.
The J1939 messages for Vehicle Direction/Speed (the message most commonly needed) is defaulted
to 1 Hz. In most cases, no change to this will be needed.
1. At the Home screen, tap
.
2. Tap GNSS Setup.
The GNSS setup panel displays.
3. Tap the Messaging tab.
4. Tap the CAN port where the ISO implement is connected. Choose the messages for the
GNSS receiver in the TM-200 Module to send to ISO-certified equipment.
The list that displays for each CAN port shows the messages and their parameter group number (PGN). For each message, you can choose how often the message is sent:
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Off (never sent)
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10 Hz, 5 Hz or 1 Hz, or 5, 10, 30 or 60 seconds. 5 Hz is recommended for ISOBUS.
5. Tap
21
to save your settings.
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Equipment setup
As part of getting the implement ready to be controlled by Task Controller, you use Virtual Terminal
to set the configuration for the implement.
1. Make sure the ISO-certified implement is connected and Virtual Terminal is turned on in
Settings. See ISOBUS settings, 19.
2. At any screen access the main menu by tapping
3. Tap
. The main menu displays.
. The Virtual Terminal displays.
4. Follow the instructions for the equipment you are using to set the implement for using Task
Controller. See the XCN-2050 Display User Guide.
Equipment list
Manufacturer / Type
Hardi Sprayer
Model
Alpha Evo
Presidio
Note – New machines
must be ordered from
Saritor
Hardi as “Trimble ISOBUSready”. Contact the Hardi Pull-type sprayers
reseller for existing
equipment to be
retrofitted.
Horsch Planter
Maestro (all models)
Manufacturer See...
Firmware
Version
ISO JobCom
2.55,
ISO Bridge
2.03R0031
or
ISO JobCom
4.00,
ISO Bridge
3.03R0035
9.65
Maistro (all models)
Horsch Seed Drill
Pronto (all models)
Note – Section control is
on or off for the entire
implement.
Sprinter (all models)
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9.64
Horsch Maestro
planter and Pronto
or Sprinter seed drill
setup, 27
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Manufacturer / Type
John Deere Air Seeder
Equipment setup
Model
Manufacturer See...
Firmware
Version
1990
9.00
John Deere 1900
seeder setup, 30
1700 series
18.00
John Deere planter
1700 series setup, 28
3110, 3140, 3200, 3500, 3600,
3660, 3700, 3800
2.0
Kinze planter 3000
series setup, 31
4900
1.7
Kinze planter 4900
setup, 34
Moduliner (HR 6004 ML)
2012-08-31
Kuhn seed drill
Moduliner HR 6004
ML setup, 35
AXIS-H-EMC (30.1, 40.1 and
50.1)
2.06
Rauch and Kuhn
AXIS-HEMC spreader setup,
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2.01
Rauch and Kuhn
AXIS-W spreader
setup, 45
Note – Does not support
rate control using Task
Controller or prescription
maps.
John Deere Planter
Note – Must use John
Deere tractor to receive
speed from TECU.
Kinze Planter
Note – Supports rate
control only for a single
material (seed).
Kuhn Seed Drill
Note – The VT protocol
must be running before
starting Task Controller.
Known issue of incorrect
rate control when one
section is off. GPS speed
unavailable.
Kuhn Spreader
Note – The VT protocol must
be running before starting
Task Controller. Occasionally
the Border Activation key
disappears on the VT until the
Task Controller button is
toggled.
AXIS-W (40.1 and 50.1)
Note – GPS speed unavailable.
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Kverneland Spreader
3 Setup
Model
Manufacturer See...
Firmware
Version
1.07
Kverneland Accord
Optima, Exacta
TL GEOSpread disc
spreader and Vicon
RO-EDW Geospread
setup, 39
Accord Optima Precision Drill
1.06
Monopill SE
1.06
Kverneland Monopill
SE and Accord
Optima Precision
drills, 37
AXIS-H-EMC (30.1, 40.1 and
50.1 with red ECU)
2.06
Rauch and Kuhn
AXIS-HEMC spreader setup,
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2.01
Kverneland and
Vicon Exacta
TL GEOSpread disc
spreader setup, 1
1.07
Rauch and Kuhn
AXIS-HEMC spreader setup,
1
Exacta TL GEOspread
Note – If Working Set is
deleted, the ECU must be
turned off and then on to
resend the updated data.
Kverneland Drill
Rauch Spreader
Note – The VT protocol must
be running before starting
Task Controller. Occasionally
the Border Activation key
disappears on the VT until the
Task Controller button is
toggled.
AXIS-W (40.1 and 50.1)
Note – The VT protocol must
be running before starting
Task Controller. GPS speed
unavailable.
Vicon Spreader
Note – If Working Set is
deleted, the ECU must be
turned off and then on to
resend the updated data.
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Hardi self-propelled sprayer setup
These instructions apply to models:
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Saritor
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Presidio
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Alpha Evo
Note – Only Hardi cabling can be used to connect the display for ISOBUS application. For new
equipment, request the ISOBUS-ready configuration. For existing equipment, contact a Hardi
reseller for a retrofit.
1. At the XCN-2050 display:
a. At the Run or Home screen, tap
b. Tap
to display the main menu.
. The display now shows the Virtual Terminal for the Hardi sprayer.
2. At the Virtual Terminal:
a. Tap Setup.
b. Tap VRA/Remote Control (2.3.2). Set the VRA /Remote control to enable. A blue satellite
icon will display in the top left corner of the Virtual Terminal.
Note – The vehicle's speed is automatically detected.
3. After the equipment setup is complete, at the XCN-2050 display tap:
Button on Display Bar
To...
Return to the previous screen.
Go to the Home screen.
View your most recent views and go to the one of your choice.
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Pre-Operation
1. Before applying material, verify there is a green checkmark next to the satellite icon.
2. Press the On/Off button on the joystick to allow Task Controller to be in control of applying the
material.
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Horsch Maestro planter and Pronto or Sprinter seed drill setup
Note – There is a known issue on the ECU: Sometimes coverage will not properly be logged in the
Virtual Terminal mode.
These instructions apply to:
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Sprinter, all models with red ECUs
Note – The vehicle's speed is automatically detected and the Task Controller defaulted to on.
No special setup is required.
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John Deere planter 1700 series setup
The John Deere 1700 Series planter does not accept GPS speed according to ISO 11783. For this
reason, you must have a TECU (ISOBUS compatible tractor).
Note – Operation has only been verified with a John Deere R-Series tractor using the ISOBUS InCab cable (P/N 89285-02).
Note – With John Deere implements, you can only use one Virtual Terminal. You can either turn off
Virtual Terminal in the XCN-2050 display settings or you can turn off the Virtual Terminal on the
tractor display.
Note – For section control, you must have John Deere Row Command.
1. At the XCN-2050 display Home or Run screen:
a. Tap
to display the main menu.
b. Tap
. The display now shows the Virtual Terminal for the John Deere planter.
2. At the Virtual Terminal:
a. To allow for rate control, enable and setup Rate 6. (By using Task Controller, Rate 6 shows
as a prescription rate.)
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b. Select the Rx option for the target rate.
Note – If Rx does not display, verify you have turned on Task Controller in settings. See
ISOBUS settings, 19.
3. After the equipment setup is complete, at the XCN-2050 display tap:
Button on Display Bar
To...
Return to the previous screen.
Go to the Home screen.
View your most recent views and go to the one of your choice.
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John Deere 1900 seeder setup
Note – With John Deere implements, when you use the XCN-2050 display for Task Controller, you
must 1) turn off the Virtual Terminal option in the display settings and 2) use the Virtual Terminal
on the tractor display.
Note – This seeder only supports section control. Tests using a prescription map on the display
were inconclusive and therefore unsupported.
If you are using:
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The full ISOBUS harness without an ISOBUS tractor:
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Configure the speed settings in the display. In the GPS Messaging screen:
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Select the port with the ISOBUS cable.
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Set the signal rate for both the Wheel Speed and Radar/Ground Speed to 5 Hz.
An ISO-certified tractor containing a tractor ECU (TECU) with the In-Cab cable (P/N 89285-02): If
using the TECU, do not set the wheel speed of Radar/Ground Speed at the GPS Messaging
screen. See CAN message settings, 21.
Note – Occasionally when going between the Virtual Terminal and regular display screens, the
speed signal is lost and this triggers an alarm. This is intermittent and no fix is known.
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Kinze planter 3000 series setup
These instructions apply to Kinze planters
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3800
1. At the XCN-2050 display:
a. From the Home or Run screen, tap
b. Tap
to display the main menu.
. The display now shows the Virtual Terminal for the Kinze planter.
Note – Sometimes the Virtual Terminal will not load unless the ECU and the display are
powered on at the same time. Refer to the cabling diagram for recommended cabling to
initiate power to both systems at the same time.
2. At the Virtual Terminal:
a. Check to see if the green TC icon
displays in the top right-hand corner, indicating the
Task Controller is recognized.
b. Tap Prev to access the Settings Menu screen.
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c. Select Speed Input.
d. At CURRENT GROUND SPEED SOURCE, select GPS Speed.
e. To return to the main screen, tap Prev twice.
f. At the top right-hand side of the screen, tap the button showing rates and the word POP.
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g. Tap PRESCRIPTION.
Note – The vehicle's speed is automatically detected.
3. After the equipment setup is complete, at the XCN-2050 display tap:
Button on Display Bar
To...
Return to the previous screen.
Go to the Home screen.
View your most recent views and go to the one of your choice.
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Kinze planter 4900 setup
Note – The alternator on the Kinze planter must be running to allow Task Controller.
Note – If multiple materials are being used, the Task Controller will only control the rate for the
seed application. Section control will turn off both materials together and coverage will be mapped
based on this control.
1. At the XCN-2050 display:
a. From the Home or Run screen, tap
b. Tap
to display the main menu.
. The display now shows the Virtual Terminal for the Kinze planter.
Note – Sometimes the Virtual Terminal will not load unless the ECU and the display are
powered on at the same time. Refer to the cabling diagram for recommended cabling to
initiate power to both systems at the same time.
2. At the Virtual Terminal:
a. Go to System Settings > Speed.
b. At the Speed Input screen, select Automatic Speed Selection as the Ground Speed Source.
c. Tap Population.
d. At the Population screen, select Rx for the Population Option. (Task Controller is run as a
prescription.)
e. Go to System Settings > Task Controller and verify the Task Controller Client is Enabled.
This is detected automatically and should not need to be changed.
3. After the equipment setup is complete, at the XCN-2050 display tap:
Button on Display Bar
To...
Return to the previous screen.
Go to the Home screen.
View your most recent views and go to the one of your choice.
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Kuhn seed drill Moduliner HR 6004 ML setup
1. At the XCN-2050 display:
a. From the Home or Run screen, tap
b. Tap
to display the main menu.
. The display now shows the Virtual Terminal for the seed drill.
2. At the Virtual Terminal:
a. Tap the wrench icon to access the Adjustments menu.
b. Select the Other Adjustments menu.
c. Select the Speed menu that shows GPS speed.
d. Tap the checkbox for manual speed and enter the speed that you will drive or select your
preferred speed source.
Note – Kuhn Moduliner (HR 6004 ML) seed drills do not read GPS speed through the
ISOBUS connection. It is important that you set your manual speed and then drive to
that speed.
e. Tap the back arrow to return to the main Virtual Terminal screen.
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f. Check to see if the TC icon displays before the rate, and an icon displays near the top of the
VT.
3. After the equipment setup is complete, at the XCN-2050 display tap:
Button on Display Bar
To...
Return to the previous screen.
Go to the Home screen.
View your most recent views and go to the one of your choice.
Pre-Operation
1. When you are ready to start planting go to the XCN-2050 display Run screen. When using
Virtual Terminal, initially the minimized version displays on the Run screen.
2. Maximize the Virtual Terminal window by tapping the upper right corner.
3. At the Virtual Terminal, tap the AUTO button.
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Kverneland Monopill SE and Accord Optima Precision drills
These instructions apply to Kverneland:
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Accord Optima Precision Drill
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Monopill SE
Note – Only metric units calculate correctly. Do not select English/Imperial units during equipment
setup with Virtual Terminal.
1. At the XCN-2050 display:
a. From the Home or Run screen, tap
b. Tap
to display the main menu.
. The display now shows the Virtual Terminal for the drill.
2. At the Virtual Terminal:
a. Tap the wrench icon to access the Settings menu.
b. Tap the next page icon until the page showing the GPS speed displays.
c. For speed, select GPS J1939.
If you do not get speed, you can change this to "ISO11783 wheel" and then change the
CAN message in the display (GNSS setup) to "Wheel based speed message simulate", 5 Hz.
d. Tap the ISOBUS wrench icon. Then tap the next page icon until the TC Config & License
page displays.
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e. Select the checkboxes next to the icons for:
Task Controller, Memory Cache, External Rate and Section Control
f. Set the TC Fnl value to zero.
g. Tap the drill icon to return to the main screen.
h. Make sure the Task Controller is recognized. If it is, a TC icon displays near the bottom of
the screen.
3. After the equipment setup is complete, at the XCN-2050 display tap:
Button on Display Bar
To...
Return to the previous screen.
Go to the Home screen.
View your most recent views and go to the one of your choice.
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Kverneland Accord Optima, Exacta TL GEOSpread disc spreader
and Vicon RO-EDW Geospread setup
These instructions apply to:
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Kverneland Accord Optima
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Kverneland Exacta TL GEOSpread
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Vicon RO-EDW GEOSpread
1. At the XCN-2050 display on any screen:
a. From the Home or Run screen, tap
b. Tap
to display the main menu.
. The display now shows the Virtual Terminal for the disc spreader.
2. At the Virtual Terminal:
a. Tap the wrench icon to access the Settings menu.
b. Tap the next page button until the Settings screen displays that shows GPS speed. For
speed, select GPS J1939.
c. Tap the ISOBUS wrench button.
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d. Tap the next page button until the TC Config & License screen displays.
e. Tap the checkboxes next to the icons for:
Task Controller, Memory Cache, External Rate and Section Control
f. Set the TC Fnl value to 0.
g. Tap the Home button to return to the main VT screen.
h. Check to see if the TC icon appears near the bottom of the display, indicating the Task
Controller is recognized.
i. If you are ready to begin spreading, tap Start.
Button on Display Bar
To...
Return to the previous screen.
Go to the Home screen.
3.
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Equipment setup
To...
View your most recent views and go to the one of your choice.
Pre-Operation
1. When you are ready to start spreading go to the XCN-2050 display Run screen. When using
Virtual Terminal, initially the minimized version displays on the Run screen.
2. Maximize the Virtual Terminal window by tapping the upper right corner.
3. At the Virtual Terminal main screen, tap Start.
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1. At the XCN-2050 display on any screen, tap
2. Tap
to display the main menu.
. The display now shows the Virtual Terminal for the spreader.
3. At the Virtual Terminal:
a. Tap the main menu button.
b. Tap 2 to navigate to the second page of the main menu.
c. Complete the settings:
Setting
Set to...
Task
On
GPS Control
On
VariSpread
Selected
Change Disc Speed
Selected
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d. Tap the main menu button to return to the operating screen.
4. After the equipment setup is complete, at the XCN-2050 display tap:
Button on Display Bar
To...
Return to the previous screen.
Go to the Home screen.
View your most recent views and go to the one of your choice.
Pre-Operation
Note – Virtual Terminal must be active before you can start Task Controller.
1. When you are ready to start spreading go to the XCN-2050 display Run screen.
2. Tap Task Controller on the ISOBUS widget.
3. When using Virtual Terminal, initially the minimized version displays on the Run screen.
Maximize the Virtual Terminal window by tapping the upper right corner.
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4. At the Virtual Terminal main screen:
a. Tap the disc button to activate the disks.
b. Tap the Start/Stop button to allow the XCN-2050 display have Task Controller to perform
section control. The sections turn red and the letter A appears on the display.
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Rauch and Kuhn AXIS-W spreader setup
These instructions apply to AXIS-W:
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40.1
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50.1
1. At the XCN-2050 display on the Home or Run screen, tap
2. Tap
to display the main menu.
. The display now shows the Virtual Terminal for the spreader.
3. At the Virtual Terminal:
a. Tap the main menu button.
b. Select Hopper Configuration.
c. Enter the speed that you will drive, or select your preferred speed source.
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Note – Rauch/Kuhn AXIS-W models do not read GPS speed through the ISOBUS
connection. You must set your manual speed and then drive to that speed.
d. Tap the GPSC button until it shows GPSC ==ON. This allows the display to act as the Task
Controller. The black dots and red lines indicate that task controller is ready.
4. After the equipment setup is complete, at the XCN-2050 display tap:
Button on Display Bar
To...
Return to the previous screen.
Go to the Home screen.
View your most recent views and go to the one of your choice.
Note – On Rauch and Kuhn AXIS-W spreaders, manually adjusting percent rates in the Virtual
Terminal will not change the target rate on the Run screen. Also, if you adjust the target rate on
the Run screen, the total rate will be updated in the Virtual Terminal, but the spreader will still use
any manual percent rate adjustments. For example, if on the Virtual Terminal you set +10% and
you then set a target rate of 100 kg/ha on the Task Controller, the applied rate will be 110 kg/ha.
Pre-Operation
Note – Virtual Terminal must be active before you can start Task Controller.
1. When you are ready to start spreading go to the XCN-2050 display Run screen. When using
Virtual Terminal, initially the minimized version displays on the Run screen.
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2. Maximize the Virtual Terminal window by tapping the upper right corner.
3. Tap the main menu button to return to the operating screen.
4. At the Virtual Terminal main screen, tap the Start/Stop button to engage the discs.
5. Close Virtual Terminal and return to the XCN-2050 display Run screen.
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You can use either Virtual Terminal or
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ISOBUS operations
To control ISO-certified implements, you can use:
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Task Controller: An optional feature that enables the XCN-2050 display to control the
implement and log data using the XCN-2050 display Rate and Section Control. See Task
Controller operation, 49.
Virtual Terminal: A means of manually controlling the implement through the Virtual Terminal.
See Virtual Terminal operation, 51.
Task Controller operation
Note – To use Task Controller, you must have unlocked the feature with a valid password, turned
on the feature in the display settings, and be connected to an ISO-certified implement that is set up
and selected.
At the Run screen, the ISOBUS widget displays when the following steps are completed:
1. Task Controller is turned on in the display settings. See ISOBUS settings, 19.
2. The ISO-certified implement is connected and you have set it up with an application channel
that is controlled by Task Controller. See the XCN-2050 Display User Guide.
You can use the ISOBUS widget to switch between using Task Controller and Virtual Terminal.
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The XCN-2050 display can send rate and section control commands to the implement's
ECU. This enables you to control the implement's operation with the XCN-2050 display.
You can use the Rate Control and Section Control feature on the XCN-2050 display.
acts as a toggle button to toggle Task Controller on or off.
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When you tap Virtual Terminal, rate and section control messages are not sent from the XCN2050 display to the implement's ECU. To access Virtual Terminal, access the Virtual Terminal
window. See Virtual Terminal operation, 51.
On-screen Task Controller switch
To begin operation with Task Controller, tap
(yellow). The button changes to
indicating the XCN-2050 display is controlling the application.
Button status
(green),
Explanation
The XCN-2050 display is not able to start application control with the Task
Controller because of an issue with the setup. You cannot tap this button. It
is a status indicator only.
To troubleshoot, verify:
(Gray)
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Task Controller is set to on in the display settings.
The implement setup includes the correct ECU which has been assigned to
the channel.
The implement is selected.
Task Controller is selected in the ISOBUS widget.
The XCN-2050 display is not able to begin operation with the Task Controller.
You cannot tap this button. It is a status indicator only. To troubleshoot:
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Check the physical connections from the implement to the display.
Check that all settings are correct in the Virtual Terminal of the
implement, including an "on" or "stand by command."
Note – If you have a master switch box or joystick and its master switch is
off, no application will occur. To use Task Controller with one of these, make
sure the physical master switch or stand by command is on.
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Button status
Task Controller operation
Explanation
The connection is secure and the XCN-2050 display can receive information
for Task Controller.
Tap the button to use the Task Controller and have the XCN-2050 display
control the application.
(Yellow)
Indicates the XCN-2050 display is currently controlling the application.
Tap to stop using the Task Controller and stop the XCN-2050 display from
controlling the application.
(Green)
Task data will be recorded.
Virtual Terminal operation
To use Virtual Terminal:
1. Make sure an ISO-certified implement is connected and that you have turned on the Virtual
Terminal feature in settings (see ISOBUS settings, 19).
At the Run screen on the ISOBUS widget, tap VT. The widget displays in a smaller version which
only shows data and does not allow you to control the implement.
2. To increase the size of the minimized Virtual Terminal widget, touch the upper right corner of
the widget and hold. Arrows display on all sides of the widget. Touch and drag an arrow to
increase the widget's size.
3. Tap the upper right corner of the Virtual Terminal widget to maximize it. The Virtual Terminal
expands to full screen.
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At the full-screen view, you can control the implement using Virtual Terminal.
4. To minimize Virtual Terminal to only show data, tap the upper right corner.
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You can view diagnostic information
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ISOBUS diagnostics
At the Diagnostics panel, tap Task Controller/Virtual Terminal under ISOBUS.
Device tab
Display Information
Explanation
Device Name
Name of device
Device S/N
Device's serial number
Software Version
Version of ISO firmware
CAN Connection
Status of CAN connection
Pool Loaded
Yes or No. Indicates data from ECU is loaded.
ISO-TC
Task Controller data is available.
ISO-VT
Virtual Terminal data is available.
Note – If ECU data does not auto-populate, it may be necessary to cycle power to the ECU.
Note – If the implement's ECU is power cycled while still in the Run screen, it is necessary to exit and
re-enter the Run screen before being able to resume Task Controller.
Recording and saving CAN logs
For troubleshooting, it may be necessary to capture traffic on the CAN bus.
1. At the Diagnostics panel under System, tap Logging/CAN Logs.
2. For the appropriate port, tap to begin the recording.
3. Tap again to stop recording.
4. Insert a USB drive into a USB socket of the XCN-2050 display.
5. Tap
to transfer the logs to the USB drive.
Delete previous data
Data loaded from previously used ECUs will take up storage space. To remove this data from the
XCN-2050 display:
1. At the maximized Virtual Terminal, tap in the upper right-hand corner.
2. Tap Delete.
3. All previous data is removed.
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