Matrix Pro - BoomPilot Setup 98-05243
M at r i x ® P r o
BoomPIlot® Setup Guide
For use with software version 2.0x and 2.5x.
Refer to the Matrix Pro GS User Manual for details
on setup with software version 3.x.
Automatic Boom Section Control
Table of Contents
General Matrix® Pro Information
1
Setup Option Information........................................................................................................................................................1
Drop Down Menu Selections..................................................................................................................................................1
Keyboard Entry Screen...........................................................................................................................................................2
Unavailable Options When Job is Active................................................................................................................................2
Unit Setup Mode Availability...................................................................................................................................................2
GPS is Required
3
BoomPilot Configuration
5
GPS Type.................................................................................................................................................................................3
GPS Port..................................................................................................................................................................................3
External Receiver Minimum Configuration Requirements......................................................................................................4
GGA Requirements.................................................................................................................................................................4
Vehicle Setup ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Vehicle Type.............................................................................................................................................................................6
Antenna Height ......................................................................................................................................................................6
Direction to Boom ...................................................................................................................................................................6
Distance to Boom ....................................................................................................................................................................6
Implement................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Switch Box, Work On-Off Switch....................................................................................................................................................7
Implement – Single Section Setup.................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Guidance Width ......................................................................................................................................................................8
Spray Width.............................................................................................................................................................................8
Implement – SmartCable or Section Driver Module Setup.................................................................................................................... 9
# Number of Boom Sections.....................................................................................................................................................10
Guidance Width ....................................................................................................................................................................10
Spray Width...........................................................................................................................................................................10
Overlap..................................................................................................................................................................................11
Delay On................................................................................................................................................................................11
Delay Off................................................................................................................................................................................11
BoomPilot Operation
12
SmartCable or SDM.............................................................................................................................................................................................12
Off/Manual & Automatic................................................................................................................................................................12
All Sections On Mode...................................................................................................................................................................12
Single Section.......................................................................................................................................................................................................12
BoomPilot Status..........................................................................................................................................................................13
Appendix - Factory Settings & Ranges
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Matrix® Pro
Copyrights
Safety Information
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document or the computer programs described in it may be
reproduced, copied, photocopied, translated, or reduced in any
form or by any means, electronic or machine readable, recording or
otherwise, without prior written consent from TeeJet Technologies.
TeeJet Technologies is not responsible for damage or
physical harm caused by failure to adhere to the following
safety requirements.
Trademarks
The BoomPilot is not designed to replace the vehicle’s operator.
Unless otherwise noted, all other brand or product names are
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or
organizations.
Limitation of Liability
TEEJET TECHNOLOGIES PROVIDES THIS MATERIAL “AS IS”
WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED. NO COPYRIGHT LIABILITY OR PATENT IS
ASSUMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL TEEJET TECHNOLOGIES
BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF PROFIT,
LOSS OF USE OR DATA, INTERRUPTION OF BUSINESS, OR
FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, EVEN IF TEEJET TECHNOLOGIES HAS
BEEN ADVISED OF SUCH DAMAGES ARISING FROM TEEJET
TECHNOLOGIES SOFTWARE.
As the operator of the vehicle, you are responsible for its safe
operation.
Do not leave a vehicle while the BoomPilot is engaged.
Be sure that the area around the vehicle is clear of people and
obstacles before and during engagement.
The BoomPilot is designed to support and improve efficiency while
working in the field. The driver has full responsibility for the quality
and work related results.
Matrix Pro GS Software Version 3.x
All information on settings to configure BoomPilot can be found in the
Matrix Pro GS User Manual.
General Matrix® Pro Information
The Matrix Pro is used to configure the vehicle and its implements.
Setup Option Information
Press the option’s icon or option’s name of any menu item to display
a definition and range values of that item. To remove the information
box, press anywhere on the screen.
Figure 1-1: Example of Information Text Box
Config-> Lightbar
Drop Down Menu Selections
Press DOWN arrow
to access the list of options. Use the UP/
or slide bar if necessary to scroll through the
DOWN arrows
extended list. Select the appropriate option. To close the list without
selecting an option, press anywhere on the screen outside the drop
down menu.
Figure 1-2: Example of Drop Down Menu
Config-> Vehicle
Brightness
Mode
LED Spacing
50%
Vehicle Type
Front Wheel
Ant Height
Front Wheel
12.50 m
Articulated
Swath
1.50 m
Tracked
Dir to Boom
LED Spacing
Dist to Boom
Backward
0.00 m
The distance illustrated by the
illuminated LED’s can be customized.
Input the desired spacing as required or
individual preference.
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BoomPilot®
Keyboard Entry Screen
Press the KEYPAD icon
to use a numeric keypad to enter a
value. Press Clear to erase the existing value. Press the ACCEPT
icon
to save the settings or the CANCEL icon
to leave the
keypad without saving
Unit Setup Mode Availability
Vehicle Type
Vehicle
Antenna Height
–
Direction to Boom
Distance to Boom
Figure 1-3: Example of Keyboard
#
Delay Off






Enable

Number of Sections
Guidance Width
Config-> Vehicle
Vehicle Type
Implement
Front Wheel
–
Spray Width
Overlap
Delay On
Ant Height
2.50 m
–
Backward
Dir to Boom
Dist to Boom
Valve Type
0.00 m
–
Dist to Boom (m)
Valve
Setup
–
Clear
4
5
6
<--
7
8
9
–
Valve Test

0
.
+/-
–
Valve Diagnostics

–
Options
–
Angle Sensor

Tilt
–
Enabled
•Field Level


GPS
–
Front Wheel
2.50 m
Backward
Dist to Boom
0.00 m
Config-> AutoSteer
On
Valve Setup
Steering Settings
Valve Test
Valve Diagnostics
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Fine Adjustment
Lookahead
–
Steering Wheel Sensor
GPS Type
GPS Port
GPS Status
Ant Height
2




3
Config-> Vehicle
Options
–
Deadband
2
Figure 1-4: Example of Unavailable Options
Enabled
Coarse Adjustment
Steering
–
Settings





1
When a job is active some setup options are unavailable. See the
Unit Setup Mode Availability Chart for indication of which options are
not accessible.
Dir to Boom
Minimum Duty Cycle Left
Maximum Duty Cycle
Unavailable Options When Job is Active
Vehicle Type
Frequency
Minimum Duty Cycle Right
0.00
Auto Steer




 Available during an active job
 Not Available during an active job




Matrix® Pro
GPS is Required
GPS is used to configure GPS Type and GPS Port.
NOTE: These settings are required for auto steering and tilt sensor
operation, as well as proper implement operation.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
2. Press GPS .
3. Select from:
– select GPS source transmissions
►GPS Type
►GPS Port
– sets (D)GPS COM port
►GPS Status
– displays information for TeeJet Customer
Service use on GGA/VTG (Data Rates), Number of Satellites,
HDOP, PRN, GGA Quality, GPS Receiver and Receiver
Version.
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to
return to the main Configuration screen.
Figure 1-5: GPS
Configuration
GPS Type
GPS Type customizes the system to accept GPS source or DGPS
source transmissions.
1. Press DOWN arrow
to access the list of options.
2. Select:
►GPS Only – uncorrected signals
►DGPS Only – differentially corrected signals
►GPS/DGPS – either type of signal
►GPS+GLONASS – uncorrected signals from both the GPS
and GLONASS systems
Figure 1-6: GPS Type
Config->GPS
GPS Type
GPS/DGPS
GPS Port
GPS Only
Internal
DGPS Only
GPS Status
GPS/DGPS
Information
GPS+GLONASS
Implement
Vehicle
AutoSteer
Tilt
Lightbar
GPS
Video
GPS Port
GPS Port sets port transmission to Internal or External.
Config->GPS
GPS Type
GPS/DGPS
GPS Port
Internal
GPS Status
Information
1. Press DOWN arrow
to access the list of options.
2. Select:
►Internal – use the internal (D)GPS (if equipped) and transmit
out
►External – receive external (D)GPS data
NOTE: Working with GPS signals such as Omnistar HP/XP or RTK
will require GPS port to be set to External.
Figure 1-7: GPS Port
Config->GPS
GPS Type
GPS/DGPS
GPS Port
Internal
GPS Status
Internal
Information
External
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BoomPilot®
GPS Status
External Receiver Minimum Configuration Requirements
GPS Status displays information regarding data rates, number of
satellites in view, and satellite quality and ID.
1. Press Information .
2. View data including:
◄GGA/VTG (Data Rates) – the number of GPS positions per
second.
◄Num Sats – the number of GPS satellites in view (minimum of
4 are required for DGPS)
◄HDOP – a measure of satellite geometry strength in the
horizontal plane. A HDOP value of less than 2 is preferred.
◄PRN – the current DGPS satellite ID
◄GGA Quality – the current quality indicator of the GPS signal
(see GGA chart)
◄Receiver – the current indicator of the receiver
◄Version – the software version installed on the receiver
3. Press OK to return to GPS setup screen
NOTE: If GPS is not available, all entries will be “Invalid”
Figure 1-8: GPS Status
Config->GPS
Serial Port Settings
Baud rate:
19,200
Data Bits:
8
Parity:
None
Stop Bits:
1
Serial Port connection requirements
Male 9 pin RS-232 serial cable
NOTE: May require Null modem adapter depending on pin out of
receiver.
NMEA Strings
GGA
5 Hz
Optional VTG
5 Hz, 2 Hz, Off
ZDA
0.2 Hz
GGA Requirements
GPS Type
GPS/DGPS
GPS Port
Internal
GPS Status
GGA Quality required to be able to work with various types of signal
can vary. See table below for requirements.
Information
Config->GPS
GPS Type
GPS Port
GPS Status
GPS Information
GGA Rate: 5 Hz
GPS/DGPS
VTG Rate:
5 Hz
Num Sats: 10
HDOP:
1
Internal
PRN: 135
GGA Quality: 2
Receiver: 1 Information
Version:
OK
4
Before the Matrix will connect and work with an external GPS
receiver, these minimum configuration requirements must be met.
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Service
Indicator
Accuracy
GPS only
1
<3 m
WAAS/EGNOS/Beacon
2
<1 m
RTK
4
4 cm
Omnistar HP/XP
5
10 cm
Glide/ClearPath
9
<1 m
Matrix® Pro
BoomPilot Configuration
The Matrix Pro is used to configure the vehicle and its implements.
To access Matrix Pro BoomPilot configuration options:
1. Press UNIT SETUP bottom tab .
2. Press CONFIGURATION side tab .
3. Select from:
►Vehicle – used to establish vehicle type, antenna height,
direction to boom and distance to boom.
►Implement – used to establish number of boom sections,
guidance width, spray width, overlap percentage, implement
delay on time and implement delay off time.
Figure 1-9: Configuration Options
Configuration
Vehicle
Implement
AutoSteer
Tilt
Lightbar
GPS
Vehicle Setup
Vehicle Setup is used to configure Vehicle Type, Antenna Height,
Direction to Boom and Distance to Boom.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
2. Press Vehicle .
3. Select from:
– used to select the type of vehicle steering
►Vehicle Type
that most closely represents your vehicle
►Antenna Height
– used to enter the height of the antenna
from the ground
►Direction to Boom
– used to select whether the boom is
located behind or in front of the GPS antenna
►Distance to Boom
– used to enter the distance from the
GPS antenna to the boom
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to
return to the main Configuration screen.
NOTE: All settings under Vehicle Setup are required for autosteer
and tilt sensor operation, as well as proper BoomPilot
operation.
Video
Figure 1-10: Vehicle Setup Options
Configuration
Config-> Vehicle
Vehicle Type
Vehicle
Implement
AutoSteer
Tilt
Lightbar
GPS
Front Wheel
Ant Height
2.50 m
Backward
Dir to Boom
Video
Dist to Boom
0.00 m
Config-> Vehicle
Vehicle Type
Config->Implement
Num Sections
Ant Height
15
Dir to Boom
Guidance Width
44.00 m
Spray Width
43.92 m
Dist to Boom
Front Wheel
2.50 m
Backward
0.00 m
Config->Implement (2)
Overlap
50%
Delay On
1.00 s
Delay Off
1.00 s
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BoomPilot®
Vehicle Type
Vehicle Type selects the type of vehicle steering that most closely
represents your vehicle. Default is Front Wheel.
1. Press DOWN arrow
2. Select vehicle type.
to access the list of options.
1. Press DOWN arrow
to access the list of options.
2. Select:
►Backward – indicates the boom is located behind the GPS
antenna
►Forward – indicates the boom is located in front of the GPS
antenna
Figure 1-13: Direction to Boom
Figure 1-11: Vehicle Type
Config-> Vehicle
Vehicle Type
Front Wheel
Ant Height
Front Wheel
12.50 m
Articulated
Direction to Boom
Direction to Boom sets whether the boom is located behind or in
front of the GPS antenna as the vehicle moves in a forward direction.
Default is Backward.
Config-> Vehicle
Tracked
Backward
Dir to Boom
Vehicle Type
Dist to Boom
Front Wheel
0.00 m
Ant Height
2.50 m
Backward
Dir to Boom
Backward
Antenna Height
Antenna Height sets the height of the antenna from the ground.
Range is 0.0 - 10.0 meters. Default is 3.81 meters.
NOTE: This setting is required for auto steering and tilt sensor
operation.
Dist to Boom
0.00 m
Forward
Distance to Boom
1. Press the KEYPAD icon .
2. Use the entry screen to establish the antenna height.
Distance to Boom defines the distance from the GPS antenna to the
boom. Range is 0.0 - 50.0 meters. Default is 0.0 meter.
Figure 1-12: Antenna Height
1. Press the KEYPAD icon .
2. Use the entry screen to establish the distance from the GPS
antenna to the boom.
Config-> Vehicle
Vehicle Type
Ant Height
Dir to Boom
Figure 1-14: Distance to Boom
Front Wheel
Config-> Vehicle
2.50 m
Vehicle Type
Backward
Dist to Boom
Ant Height
0.00 m
Antenna Height (m)
Dist to Boom
2.50
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Dir to Boom
1
2
3
Clear
4
5
6
<--
7
8
9
0
.
+/-
Front Wheel
2.50 m
Backward
0.00 m
Dist to Boom (m)
0.00
1
2
3
Clear
4
5
6
<--
7
8
9
0
.
+/-
Matrix® Pro
Implement
Implement – Single Section Setup
Settings will vary depending on if a SmartCable or Section Driver
Module (SDM) is present.
NOTE: If a SmartCable or Section Driver Module (SDM) is present,
refer to “SmartCable or Section Driver Module Setup” to view
setup steps.
Implement Setup is used to establish the various settings associated
with the vehicle’s implement.
Switch Box, Work On-Off Switch
Implement for a single boom is used to establish guidance width and
spray width.
It allows the user to operate the area applied function of the
Matrix Pro in series with a remote master connection or existing
apply on/off toggle in a single swath manner. However if the
previous connections are not available the supplied toggle switch
allows area applied functionality without the need to connect to a
functional application implement.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
2. Press Implement .
3. Select from:
►Guidance Width
– used to enter the width between the
guidelines
– used to enter the width of the implement
►Spray Width
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to
return to the main Configuration screen.
The cable also sends a radar speed signal to an external device.
Figure 1-16: Implement Setup Options with No SDM
This cable is REQUIRED to start application mapping (painting
the screen).
Figure 1-15: Switch Box, Work On-Off Switch
Configuration
Vehicle
Implement
AutoSteer
Tilt
Lightbar
GPS
Video
Config->Implement
GPS
Speed
Work On-Off
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Matrix
Matrix Pro 570G
78-00046
Switch Box
Work On-Off
Switch
Matrix Pro 840G
Num Sections
1
Guidance Width
4.00 m
Spray Width
3.66 m
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BoomPilot®
Guidance Width
Spray Width
Guidance Width establishes the width between the guidelines.
Range is 0.9 - 75.0 meters. Default is 18.29 meters.
Spray Width establishes the width of the implement.
Range is 0.9 - 75.0 meters. Default is 3.66 meters.
1. Press the KEYPAD icon .
2. Use the entry screen to establish the guidance width.
1. Press the KEYPAD icon .
2. Use the entry screen to establish the spray width.
NOTE: This setting is required for auto steering and tilt sensor
operation.
NOTE: This setting is required for auto steering and tilt sensor
operation.
Figure 1-17: Guidance Width
Figure 1-18: Spray Width
Config->Implement
Num Sections
Config->Implement
Num Sections
1
1
Guidance Width
4.00 m
Guidance Width
4.00 m
Spray Width
3.66 m
Spray Width
3.66 m
Guidance Width (m)
Section 1 Width (in)
8
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1
2
3
Clear
4
5
6
<--
7
8
0
.
1
2
3
Clear
9
4
5
6
<--
+/-
7
8
9
0
.
+/-
Matrix® Pro
Implement – SmartCable or Section Driver Module Setup
Implement is used to establish number of boom sections, guidance
width, spray width, overlap percentage, implement delay on time and
implement delay off time.
NOTE: If a SmartCable or Section Driver Module (SDM) is not
present, refer to “Single Section Setup” to view setup steps.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
2. Press Implement .
3. Select from:
►Number of Boom Sections # – used to select the number of
available boom sections
– used to enter the width between the
►Guidance Width
guidelines
►Spray Width
– used to enter the width of each implement
section
►Overlap
– used to select the amount of overlap allowed
when the boom sections are turned on and off
►Delay On
– used to enter the timing for the boom section
valves to switch on
►Delay Off
– used to enter the timing for the boom section
valves to switch off
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to
4. Press RETURN arrow
return to the main Configuration screen.
NOTE: Press
or
to switch between Implement setup screens.
NOTE: Implement settings are only visible and necessary if a
SmartCable or SDM is installed. If neither is present, see
Single Boom Setup section.
Figure 1-19: Implement Setup Options with SmartCable or SDM
Configuration
Vehicle
Implement
AutoSteer
Tilt
Lightbar
GPS
Video
Config->Implement
Num Sections
1
Guidance Width
44.00 m
Spray Width
43.92 m
Config->Implement (2)
Overlap
50%
Delay On
1.00 s
Delay Off
1.00 s
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BoomPilot®
#
Number of Boom Sections
Number of Boom Sections establishes the number of available
boom sections. If a SmartCable or Section Driver Module (SDM) is
present, 1 to 6 or 1 to 15 section widths can be entered (depending
on which SmartCable or Section Driver Module (SDM) is detected).
Default is 1.
1. Press DOWN arrow
to access the list of options.
2. Select the number of boom sections on the implement:
Figure 1-20: Number of Boom Sections
Spray Width
Spray Width establishes the width of each implement section. Range
is 0.0 - 75.0 meters. Default per section is 3.66 meters. When facing
forward, boom sections are ordered from left to right along the boom.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the KEYPAD icon .
Highlight the section to be established.
Press the KEYPAD icon .
Use the entry screen to establish the spray width.
Repeat steps 2 to 4 until all sections have been established.
NOTE: When entering a boom section width, the total of all sections
must be greater than 34 inches / 0.9 meters.
Config->Implement
Num Sections
Guidance Width
15
NOTE: Individual boom sections can be set to different widths.
7
Figure 1-22: Spray Width
8 75.00 m
9
Config->Implement
1075.00 m
11
Spray Width
Num Sections
12
15
13
14
Guidance Width
44.00 m
Spray Width
43.92 m
15
Guidance Width
Guidance Width establishes the width between the guidelines.
Range is 0.9 - 75.0 meters. Default is 18.29 meters.
Config->Implement->Section Widths
NOTE: This setting is required for auto steering operation.
Spray Width 43.92 m
1. Press the KEYPAD icon .
2. Use the entry screen to establish the guidance width.
Section 1 - 3.66 m
Section 2 - 3.66 m
Section 3 - 3.66 m
Figure 1-21: Guidance Width
Section 4 - 3.66 m
Section 5 - 3.66 m
Config->Implement
Num Sections
Section 6 - 3.66 m
Section 7 - 3.66 m
Section 1 Width (in)
15
Guidance Width
44.00 m
Spray Width
43.92 m
Guidance Width (m)
10
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2
3
Clear
4
5
6
<--
7
8
9
0
.
+/-
1
2
3
Clear
4
5
6
<--
7
8
9
0
.
+/-
Matrix® Pro
Overlap
Overlap determines the amount of overlap allowed when the each
boom section is turned on and off using Automatic Boom Section
Control. Default is 50%.
1. Press DOWN arrow
2. Select:
►0%
►50%
►100%
Figure 1-23: Overlap
to access the list of options.
Delay On
Delay On functions as a “look ahead” for establishing the timing
for the boom section valves to switch on exactly when entering an
area that has not been applied. If the boom turns on too soon when
entering a non-applied area, decrease the Delay On setting. If the
boom turns on too late when entering a non-applied area, increase
the Delay On setting. Range is 0.0 - 10.0 seconds. Default is 1.00
second.
1. Press the KEYPAD icon .
2. Use the entry screen to establish the delay on time.
Figure 1-24: Delay On
Config->Implement (2)
Config->Implement (2)
Overlap
50%
Overlap
0%
Delay On
100%
Delay Off
50%
50%1.00 s
Delay On
1.00 s
Delay Off
1.00 s
1.00 s
Delay On Time (s)
0%
50%
100%
1
2
3
Clear
4
5
6
<--
7
8
9
0
.
+/-
Delay Off
Delay Off functions as a “look ahead” for establishing the timing for
the boom section valves to switch off exactly when entering an area
that has been applied. If the boom turns off too soon when entering
an applied area, decrease the Delay Off setting. If the boom turns
off too late when entering an applied area, increase the Delay Off
setting. Range is 0.0 - 10.0 seconds. Default is 1.00 second.
1. Press the KEYPAD icon .
2. Use the entry screen to establish the delay off time.
Figure 1-25: Delay Off
Config->Implement (2)
Overlap
50%
Delay On
1.00 s
Delay Off
1.00 s
Delay Off Time (s)
1
2
3
Clear
4
5
6
<--
7
8
9
0
.
+/-
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BoomPilot Operation
SmartCable or SDM
Single Section
If a SmartCable or Section Driver Module (SDM) is present,
,
BoomPilot is used to set BoomPilot to Off/Manual
or All On
.
Automatic
NOTE: GPS is unavailable when the BOOMPILOT icon is grey
BoomPilot status bar icon will be Off/Manual
.
.
If a SmartCable or Section Driver Module (SDM) is not
present, please refer to Single Section to view example.
If Work On/Off Switch is in the “On” position, improper
application may occur.
If the individual boom section switches are in the “On”
position, BoomPilot application control will not control those
sections.
Off/Manual & Automatic
To switch BoomPilot between off/manual
and automatic
:
1. Work On/Off Switch should remain in the “Off” position.
2. Turn the controller master switch to the “On” position. The
individual boom section switches should remain in the “Off”
position.
3. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS icon
display navigation options.
4. Press BOOMPILOT icon
to
.
◄Off/Manual – Status Bar Icon will change to red
◄Automatic – Status Bar Icon will change to green
In areas where application is not desired:
◄Manually turn “off” the rate controller master switch to shut off
the booms. Turn the master switch “on” to resume application.
. Press the BOOMPILOT
◄Press BOOMPILOT icon
again to reseume application.
icon
If a SmartCable or Section Driver Module (SDM) is not present,
BoomPilot is used to turn all booms on or off. BoomPilot can be
overridden by using the Work On/Off Switch. Only one Boom Section
width will be illustrated and the Status Bar will have no icon.
NOTE: GPS is unavailable when the BOOMPILOT icon is grey
.
If a SmartCable or Section Driver Module (SDM) is present,
please refer to SmartCable or SDM Section for more
information.
To switch application off or on using the console:
1. Work On/Off Switch should remain in the “Off” position.
2. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS icon
display navigation options.
3. Press BOOMPILOT icon
to
.
NOTE: If the Work On/Off Switch is in the “On” position,
the entire section will be activate and the
BOOMPILOT icon
will have no affect.
If the Work On/Off Switch is not present on the system, the
will controll the application on/off
BOOMPILOT icon
functions.
In areas where application is not desired:
. Press the BOOMPILOT
◄Press BOOMPILOT icon
again to reseume application.
icon
◄Turn the Work On/Off Switch to the “On” position and back to
the “Off” position. Turn the Work On/Off Switch “on” to resume
application.
Figure 1-27: All Booms Off/On – No SDM
Mark A
0.0 km/h
0.00 ha
All Sections On Mode
To turn all sections on
:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS icon
display navigation options.
2. Press and hold BOOMPILOT icon
A A
to
.
◄All On – Status Bar Icon will change to yellow
Figure 1-26: Automatic to All Sections On Mode
0.0 km/h
Mark A
7.0 km/h
0.00 ha
A A
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Mark A
0.02 ha
Matrix® Pro
BoomPilot Status
BoomPilot Status displays information regarding the current status of the BoomPilot system.
to view the number of sections.
1. Press BOOMPILOT STATUS icon
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Mark A
7.2 km/h
BoomPilot Status
Red = Off/Manual
Green = Automatic
Yellow = All On
No icon = Single Boom Section (no
SmartCable or SDM installed on
system)
Num Sections: 15
Appendix - Factory Settings & Ranges
Vehicle Setup Settings
Description
Factory Setting
Range
Vehicle Type
Front Wheel
Antenna Height
3.66 m
Direction to Boom
Forward
Boom Offset Distance
0.0 m
0.0 - 50.0 m
Description
Factory Setting
Range
Number of Boom Sections
1
1-15
Guidance Width
18.29 m
1.0 - 75.0 m
Spray Width
3.66 m
1.0 - 75.0 m
Boom Section Width(s)
3.66 m
0.0 - 75.0 m
Overlap
50%
Delay Off
1.0 s
0.0-10.0 s
Delay On
1.0 s
0.0-10.0 s
User Settings
0.0 - 10.0 m
Implement Setup Settings
User Settings
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BoomPilot® Setup Guide
This guide contains the instructions to setup the automatic boom section
control (ABSC) or BoomPilot options on the vehicle through the Matrix Pro
console. Please review this manual thoroughly after completing the
installation process.
TeeJet Aabybro
Mølhavevej 2
DK 9440 Aabybro
Danmark
www.teejet.com
98-05243-EN R2 English/International
© TeeJet Technologies 2013
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