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Table of Contents
TRADEMARKS
Unless otherwise noted, all other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of
their respective companies or organizations.
SYSTEM COMPONENTS ....................................................................................................................................1
Matrix 570G Console ___________________________________________ 1
Matrix 840G Console ___________________________________________ 2
RealView Camera ______________________________________________ 2
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.
AUTO STEERING SAFETY NOTICE
When your Matrix system is connected for FieldPilot auto steering (“assisted steering” mode), you must
observe some common-sense precautions, including:
1. The FieldPilot system must remain OFF whenever the vehicle is operated on a public roadway. If
the system were ON, it could possibly interfere with steering and generate a potentially hazardous
situation.
2. Activating setup and test functions may cause the vehicle’s steering mechanism to move, even when
the vehicle is stationary and no guide line is active. All personnel must be a safe distance from pinch
points in the steering mechanism whenever the FieldPilot system is ON.
3. Activating the autosteer mode at high speeds may cause the vehicle to change direction suddenly
as it aligns with the guideline. The system must not be activated when the operator is not securely
seated and in control of the vehicle.
4. The FieldPilot system will accurately follow its path and help reduce operator fatigue; but it is
NEVER a substitute for an alert operator. The vehicle operator must be seated, alert, and aware of
potential hazards in the path of the vehicle at all times when it is moving.
5. o not operate the system without the seat switch and steering wheel sensor properly connected.
6. The installation of the FieldPilot hydraulic steering valve includes high-pressure hydraulic system
connections. These must be done in accordance with proper safety procedures including materials,
tools, hose routing, system testing, and routine maintenance / inspection.
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CHAPTER 1– PRODUCT OVERVIEW ...........................................................1
SYSTEM FEATURES .............................................................................................................................................1
CONFIGURATIONS..............................................................................................................................................5
Speed Out / Sense In Cable _____________________________________ 5
POWER ON/OFF ..................................................................................................................................................7
Start Up Sequence _____________________________________________ 8
GENERAL OPERATION INFORMATION .......................................................................................................8
Page Layout and Navigation ____________________________________ 10
CHAPTER 2 – UNIT SETUP ....................................................................... 11
General Information _________________________________________11
Home Menu _____________________________________________ 11
Lightbar ________________________________________________
LED Spacing _____________________________________________
Display Mode _____________________________________________
LED Brightness ___________________________________________
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Culture _________________________________________________
Units ____________________________________________________
Language ________________________________________________
Time Zone _______________________________________________
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GPS ____________________________________________________
GPS Type ________________________________________________
GPS Port ________________________________________________
External Receiver Minimum Configuration Requirements ___________
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GPS Status_______________________________________________ 16
PRN ____________________________________________________ 17
GGA Requirements ________________________________________ 17
Console ________________________________________________
Volume __________________________________________________
LCD Brightness ___________________________________________
Touch Screen Calibration with Software Version 1.00 to 1.02 _____
Next Power Cycle _________________________________________
Touch Screen Calibration with Software Version 1.03____________
Screenshot ______________________________________________
Enable/Disable ____________________________________________
Capture an Image _________________________________________
About/Save ______________________________________________
Save About Information _____________________________________
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Video __________________________________________________
Eight Channel VSM ___________________________________________
8 Channel VMS w/Only A, B, C & D ____________________________
Four Channel VSM ____________________________________________
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BOOMPILOT/SINGLE BOOM SETUP ..................................................................................... 22
BoomPilot Setup______________________________________________ 22
Overlap ___________________________________________ 23
Delay On_________________________________________________ 23
Delay Off ________________________________________________ 24
# Number of Boom Sections __________________________________ 24
Boom Section Width _______________________________________ 24
Single Boom Setup ____________________________________________ 25
Boom Section Width _______________________________________ 25
VEHICLE SETUP ............................................................................................................................. 25
Vehicle Type _______________________________________ 26
Antenna Height ___________________________________________ 26
Direction to Boom _____________________________________ 26
Boom Offset Distance ______________________________________ 27
TILT GYRO MODULE SETUP ..................................................................................................... 27
Tilt Correction Unavailable ___________________________________ 27
Tilt Correction On and Calibrate _____________________________ 27
On/Off___________________________________________________ 27
Level Tilt Position 1 ________________________________________ 28
Level Tilt Position 2 ________________________________________ 28
Tilt Calibration Complete ____________________________________ 28
Tilt Correction Off _________________________________________ 28
FIELDPILOT SETUP ...................................................................................................................... 29
FieldPilot Unavailable ______________________________________ 29
Autosteer _______________________________________________ 29
Valve Setup _____________________________________________
Valve Frequency __________________________________________
Minimum Duty Cycle ___________________________________
Cycle Left ________________________________________________
Cycle Right _______________________________________________
Maximum Duty Cycle ______________________________________
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Valve Test _______________________________________________ 32
Configure FieldPilot _______________________________________
Coarse Steering Adjustment ________________________________
Fine Steering Adjustment ___________________________________
Deadband ________________________________________________
Lookahead _______________________________________________
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CHAPTER 3 – GUIDANCE ......................................................................... 35
GUIDANCE OPERATION MODES ........................................................................................... 35
Straight A-B Guidance _____________________________________ 35
Curved A-B Guidance _____________________________________ 35
Circle Pivot Guidance _____________________________________ 35
Last Pass Guidance _______________________________________ 36
GUIDANCE BAR & STATUS BAR .................................................................................................................. 36
Guidance Bar ________________________________________________ 36
Status Bar ___________________________________________________ 36
VEHICLE VIEW................................................................................................................................ 37
On Screen Guidance __________________________________________ 37
Button Assistance ____________________________________________ 37
Zoom In/Out & Perspective ____________________________ 42
BoomPilot ______________________________________________
Guidance with SmartCable or SDM ____________________________
Off/Manual & Automatic _______________________________________
All Booms On Mode ___________________________________________
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FIELD VIEW ..................................................................................................................................... 43
On Screen Guidance __________________________________________ 43
Button Assistance ____________________________________________ 43
Field View ______________________________________________ 43
Vehicle View _____________________________________________ 38
Field Boundary __________________________________________ 43
Guidance Mode Select ____________________________________ 38
Guidance with SmartCable or SDM ____________________________ 38
Straight A-B Guidance _____________________________________
Activate Straight A-B Guidance _______________________________
Marking A and B Points _____________________________________
A+ Nudge Feature _________________________________________
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Curved A-B Guidance ______________________________________
Activate Curved A-B Guidance________________________________
Marking A and B Points _____________________________________
A+ Nudge Feature _________________________________________
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Circle Pivot Guidance ______________________________________ 39
Activate Circle Pivot Guidance ________________________________ 39
Marking A and B Points _____________________________________ 40
Last Pass Guidance _______________________________________
Activate Last Pass Guidance _________________________________
Last Pass ________________________________________________
Create Field Boundary ______________________________________
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No Guidance Mode ________________________________________ 41
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Return to Point __________________________________________
Marking Return Point _______________________________________
Distance to Established Point ________________________________
Guidance Back to Established Point in Vehicle View _______________
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Home Menu _____________________________________________ 45
Zoom In/Out ________________________________________ 45
World View ______________________________________________ 45
Pan Mode _______________________________________________ 45
REALVIEW GUIDANCE ................................................................................................................ 46
On Screen Guidance __________________________________________ 46
RealView Guidance _______________________________________ 46
Full Screen ______________________________________________ 46
Clear Guidance Modes _____________________________________ 41
Guidance Over Video______________________________________ 47
Home Menu _____________________________________________ 41
Steering Angle Indicator ___________________________________ 48
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Home Menu _____________________________________________ 48
CHAPTER 5 – APPENDIX .......................................................................... 57
APPENDIX A - ICON REFERENCE................................................................................................................ 57
Single Camera Selection ___________________________________
No VSM _____________________________________________________
Eight Channel VSM ___________________________________________
Four Channel VSM ____________________________________________
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Split Camera View ________________________________________
No VSM _____________________________________________________
Eight Channel VSM ___________________________________________
Four Channel VSM ____________________________________________
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Guideline Adjustment ________________________________ 51
CHAPTER 4 – MONITORING .................................................................... 53
JOB VIEW.......................................................................................................................................... 53
Job Information __________________________________________ 53
Save Information _________________________________________
PDF Report ______________________________________________
KML Data ________________________________________________
ESRI Data ________________________________________________
PDF
KML
SHP
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Home Menu _____________________________________________ 55
BOOM MONITORING .................................................................................................................. 55
Menu Options ___________________________________________ 57
Unit Setup ______________________________________________ 57
System Setup __________________________________________ 57
BoomPilot/Single Boom Setup _______________________ 58
Vehicle Setup __________________________________________ 58
Tilt Gyro Module Setup ___________________________________ 58
FieldPilot Setup ________________________________________ 58
Commandes générales ________________________________________ 58
Guidance Screens _______________________________ 59
Status Bar Icons______________________________________________ 59
Vehicle View Options _____________________________________ 59
Field View Options _______________________________________ 59
RealView Guidance Options _______________________________ 60
Job View ________________________________________________ 60
APPENDIX B - TIME ZONES .......................................................................................................................... 60
APPENDIX C - FACTORY SETTINGS & RANGES..................................................................................... 61
Boom Monitor ___________________________________________ 55
BoomPilot is Unavailable ____________________________________ 56
Home Menu _____________________________________________ 56
BoomPilot ______________________________________________
Guidance with SmartCable or SDM ____________________________
Off/Manual & Automatic _______________________________________
All Booms On Mode ___________________________________________
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APPENDIX D - UNIT SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................... 62
CHAPTER 1– PRODUCT OVERVIEW
The Matrix™ allows the management of multiple connected modules plus GPS mapping, guidance,
FieldPilot®, BoomPilot®, and data collection in a single console using CAN bus technology. This
replaces multiple consoles in the cab with one robust system.
SYSTEM FEATURES
• RealView™ Guidance Over Video
Guidance information and video displayed simultaneously with up to eight cameras
connections
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Matrix 570G Console
The Matrix 570G is designed to provide years of service under typical agricultural operating
conditions. A tight fitting enclosure, combined with rubber covers for all connectors mean that typical
dusty environments will not cause operational problems. While occasional splashing of water will
not damage the unit, the Matrix 570G is not designed for direct exposure to rain. Take care not to
operate the Matrix in wet conditions.
Figure 1-1: Console Front & Back
• BoomPilot® (automated boom section control) can switch off sprayer or spreader sections
automatically reducing overlaps and eliminating skips
Built In Lightbar
• FieldPilot (assisted steering) can perform on straight or contour paths.
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• Easy-to-use, color 3-D graphical guidance that is precise and accurate in all terrain
Power Button
• Lightbar Guidance for vehicle or swath, plus a graphical display for complete guidance
information
USB Port with Rubber Cover
• Coverage mapping/data export in PDF, KML or SHP
• Bright, daylight readable screen in either 14.5 cm (5.7”) or 21.3 cm (8.4”) size.
Bright Touch Screen
• Product upgrades include:
- FieldPilot Assisted Steering
- BoomPilot Automatic Boom Section Control
- Tilt Gyro Module
- Video Selection Modules for up to 8 cameras
- External GPS receiver or antenna upgrades
Standard RAM Bracket
• Handles up to 15 individual sections
• Color 3-D Guidance in Four Modes – Straight A-B, Curved A-B, Circle Pivot and Last Pass
• 13 languages for international use
• Simplified operation of product control and GPS record keeping
• Clear visual icons guide user through the menu selection process
• High-quality internal GPS engine with small external antenna
• Two applied area counters
Speaker
GPS Antenna
Connection
Power Button
Integrated RAM Mount
Rubber Connector
Covers
USB Port with Rubber Cover
Recessed Connectors
Speed Signal Connection
Camera Connection
Power Connection
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Matrix 840G Console
RealView Camera
The Matrix 840G is designed to provide years of service under typical agricultural operating conditions. A tight fitting enclosure, combined
with rubber covers for all connectors mean that typical dusty environments will not cause operational problems. While occasional splashing
of water will not damage the unit, the Matrix 840G is not designed for direct exposure to rain. Take care not to operate the Matrix in wet
conditions.
The TeeJet Technologies RealView camera allows video images
to be displayed on the Matrix screen. The camera can be pointed
forward to enable RealView guidance over video, or it can be
positioned to view other operational aspects of your equipment. The
camera is equipped with a flexible RAM mount, integral sun shade
and provides infrared illumination, allowing clear video images even
in dark conditions.
Figure 1-2: Console Front & Back
Built In Lightbar
Figure 1-3: Video Camera
Power Button
Sun Shade
Home Button
USB Port
with Rubber Cover
Video Camera
Nighttime Illumination
Zoom In/Out Buttons
Bright Touch Screen
Mounting Bracket
Standard RAM Bracket
Matrix console connection is compatible with AgCam cameras.
Speaker
Integrated RAM Mount
GPS Antenna Connection
Rubber Connector Covers
Speed Signal Connection
Camera Connection
Power Connection
Video Selector Modules
GPS Antennas
FieldPilot Steering Control Module
A Video Selector Module (VSM) allows connection of up to 8 video
cameras to your Matrix console. The module is compact and robust,
and can be mounted in any convenient location. No interaction is
required after installation.
TeeJet offers a full range of high-quality GPS receivers to fit your
precision farming needs.
The FieldPilot Steering Control Module performs assisted steering
on straight and contour paths. The Matrix system can link with the
FieldPilot system to take precise control of the vehicle position. The
operator manages the automatic steering system with the Matrix –
a benefit of a single, in-cab console. Automatic steering drives
a vehicle with tremendous, repeatable accuracy in both straight
and curved patterns. The ability to operate in fog or dust, day or
night with high levels of accuracy means a better return on capital
investment for equipment, a more effective application and more
attentive, alert operation.
Figure 1-4: Video Select Module - 4 Channel
The RXA-25 or RXA-30 GPS antenna provides a higher quality GPS
receiver that can improve GPS performance in areas of sub-optimal
GPS reception.
Figure 1-6: GPS RXA-25 Antenna
Figure 1-9: FieldPilot Steering Control Module
Figure 1-7: GPS RXA-30 Antenna
Figure 1-5: Video Select Module - 8 Channel
The Patch Antenna II provides strong performance in standard
operating conditions. The small size of the patch antenna makes it
easy to mount, and unlikely to be damaged.
Figure 1-8: GPS Antenna
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BoomPilot Section Driver Module
Tilt Gyro Module
Harnesses
Combined with software built into the Matrix console, the Section
Driver Module (SDM) makes BoomPilot (automatic boom section
control) possible. The SDM should be combined with the appropriate
cable to interface with your BoomPilot system, spray controller and/
or spraying machine for quick and easy installation. Section Driver
Modules and their related cables are designed to control as many
boom sections as the spray controller to which they are connect, up
to a maximum of 15 boom sections.
If your GPS antenna is mounted 12 feet (4 meters) above the
ground, a 10% side slope can cause 2 feet (0.6 meter) of position
error. The new TeeJet Tilt Gyro Compensation Module corrects
GPS position errors caused by side slope conditions. Mounted on a
solid structure on your vehicle, the Tilt Gyro Compensation Module
will intercept GPS signals from your receiver and provide corrected
position data to your guidance device.
TeeJet harnesses are designed for reliable operation in harsh
environments. Shielding and weatherproof connections ensure that
the cables and electrical connections are reliable and trouble free.
Figure 1-10: Sections Driver Module
Figure 1-13: Harness
• Diagnostic LEDs indicate status of TCM (Power status,
operating status, and status of incoming GPS data)
• Weatherproof electrical connector for trouble-free operation
• Mounting holes built into housing
• Automatically detects GPS sensor baud rate and adjusts output
accordingly
• Compatible with Matrix guidance systems
NOTE: If FieldPilot is being used, a TCM is built into the system.
Figure 1-12: Tilt Gyro Module
Cable Extensions
Cable extensions or extended length cables are available for special
applications. Contact your TeeJet dealer for details if the standard
cables provided with your system are not long enough.
Foot Switch
TeeJet Foot Switch is a convenient method of engaging FieldPilot. It
is connected to the system via the SCM Harness.
Figure 1-11: Foot Switch
Extended Warranty
TeeJet offers an extended warranty for many guidance products. Not
available in all markets. Contact your TeeJet dealer for details.
Figure 1-15: Matrix w/8 Channel or 4 Channel VSM & Multiple RealView Cameras
CONFIGURATIONS
The following diagrams are reflective of typical Matrix configurations. Due to the variety of possible
configurations, these should be used for reference purposes only.
Matrix
FieldPilot
BoomPilot
Optional Accessory
Figure 1-14: Matrix w/RealView Camera
Matrix
FieldPilot
BoomPilot
Optional Accessory
Matrix 840G
75-30070
75-30071 w/ClearPath
78-50155
GPS Ant.
Matrix 570G
75-30055
75-30056 w/ClearPath
45-05678
Cable, SMA-M X SMA-M
Kit, RAM Mount w/Suction Cup
90-02349 (Matrix 570G)
90-02700 (Matrix 840G)
78-08067
Module, 4CH
Video CAN
5 Pos.
Matrix 570G
75-30055
75-30056 w/ClearPath
5 Pos.
4 Pos.
8 Pos.
45-05615 4 Pos.
45-05765 8 Pos.
Speed/Sense Cable
8 Pos.
32-50008
Switch
Power/DATA
45-05626
Kit, RAM Mount w/Suction Cup
90-02349 (Matrix 570G)
90-02700 (Matrix 840G)
Matrix 840G
75-30070
75-30071 w/ClearPath
78-50155
GPS Ant.
to Optional RXA GPS Antenna
Speed Cable
+12V
32-50008
Switch
Power Cable
45-05615 4 Pos.
45-05765 8 Pos.
Speed/Sense Cable
8 Pos.
Speed Cable
+12V
16-00022
RealView Camera
45-05626
Pwr/CAN/Data
Cable
(included with
FieldPilot and
BoomPilot kits)
Camera
45-05617: 20'
45-05618: 60'
Camera Extension Cable
45-05775
10' Power
Cable, Battery
RS-232
RS-232
TJ CAN
(Terminated)
CAN
45-05617: 20'
45-05645
45-05618: 60'
Power
Camera Extension Cable Cable, 12V
Connect to
+12v Only
Camera
POWER CABLE
45-05775
DC: XXXX
16-00022: Camera
4 Pos.
8 Pos.
CAUTION CONN.
TO +12V ONLY
POWER IN
Speed Out / Sense In Cable
3A Fuse
The Speed Out / Sense In Cable assists the Matrix with two additional connections that::
►Send a radar speed signal to an external device
45-08101
CAN Terminator
78-08068
Video Selector
Module,
8CH Video CAN
CAUTION: CONNECT
TO 12V ONLY
• If connecting to TeeJet consoles use speed adapter 45-20042
◄enter calibration # 914 (#1000 in Europe) for 8xx series in RAD mode,
◄enter calibration # 9140 (#10000 in Europe) for below LH 70 Series, LH 85, 500 series, 5000,
6000, IC 24 and IC 34
WARNING CONNECT
DIRECTLY TO BAT.
Connecting to different consoles requires different adapters and calibrations.
401-0016
Battery Adapter
Power Cable
401-0016
DC: xx/xx
►Allow the user to operate the area applied function of the Matrix 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.
• If connecting to Mid-Tech consoles no adapter is required,
◄enter calibration # 1000
• If connecting to Raven consoles use speed adapter 45-05508 (do not connect the 12v red wire
from 45-05508)
◄enter calibration # 730 in SP 2
If sensing boom shut-off for applied mapping from an existing console, attach the green wire to the valve
side of the master switch on the console. The red wire is not used.
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Figure 1-16: Matrix w/VSM & Multiple RealView Cameras, FieldPilot and BoomPilot
Matrix
FieldPilot
BoomPilot
Optional Accessory
Figure 1-17: Matrix w/VSM & Multiple RealView Cameras and FieldPilot
Matrix 840G
75-30070
75-30071 w/ClearPath
78-50155
GPS Ant.
to Optional RXA GPS Antenna
45-05678
Cable, SMA-M X SMA-M
Kit, RAM Mount w/Suction Cup
90-02349 (Matrix 570G)
90-02700 (Matrix 840G)
Matrix 570G
75-30055
75-30056 w/ClearPath
5 Pos.
8 Pos.
32-50008
Switch
Speed Cable
78-08067
Module, 4CH
Video CAN
45-05615 4 Pos.
45-05765 8 Pos.
Speed/Sense Cable
Speed Cable
+12V
45-05626
Pwr/CAN/Data
Cable
(included with
FieldPilot and
BoomPilot kits)
Camera
45-05617: 20'
45-05618: 60'
Camera Extension Cable
16-00022
RealView Camera
45-05617: 20'
45-05618: 60'
Camera Extension Cable
RS-232
RS-232
TJ CAN
(Terminated)
45-07703
SCM Power I/O
Power
SCM Power I/O
45-07703
DC: xx/xx
3A Fuse
45-07708
SCM Harness
GPS Power
CAN
CAN
Steering
Wheel Sense
Steering
Wheel Sense
Valve Output
Seat Sensor
32-04040
Remote
Engage/
Disengage
Switch
45-05381
Battery 12' w/15Amp Fuses
32-04020
Optional
Footswitch
45-05381
DC: xx/xx
Engage / Disengage
32-04020
DC: xx/xx
Remote
78-05077
BoomPilot
Section Driver
Module
(15 sections)
Engage/Disengage
Steering
Valve
BoomPilot Harness
Part number
dependent on Rate Controller
32-04020
Optional
Footswitch
GPS In
COM 1
32-04040
Remote
Engage/
Disengage
Switch
45-08101
CAN Terminator
45-10103
DC: xx/xx
45-10103
DC: xx/xx
45-10103
Harness
Steering
(A+B)
Rate Controller
Seat Sensor
SCM COM 2
Remote
Engage/Disengage
GPS In
COM 1
SCM COM 2
Remote ABSC
Status Switch
Connection
Engage / Disengage
32-04020
DC: xx/xx
Valve Output
Co
nn
(+ ecto
12
v) to
45-10103
Harness
Steering
(A+B)
45-05381
DC: xx/xx
45-05381
Battery 12'
w/15Amp
Fuses
POWER IN
78-08061
Steering Control
Module (SCM)
POWER IN
Power
SCM Power I/O
45-07703
DC: xx/xx
3A Fuse
GPS Power
TJ CAN
(Terminated)
CAN
RS-232
78-08061
Steering Control
Module (SCM)
45-07708
SCM Harness
45-05626
Pwr/CAN/Data
Cable
(included with
FieldPilot and
BoomPilot kits)
Camera
RS-232
CAN
45-07703
SCM Power I/O
8 Pos.
32-50008
Switch
+12V
16-00022
RealView Camera
5 Pos.
4 Pos.
8 Pos.
Power/DATA
45-05626
45-05615 4 Pos.
45-05765 8 Pos.
Speed/Sense Cable
45-05678
Cable, SMA-M X SMA-M
Kit, RAM Mount w/Suction Cup
90-02349 (Matrix 570G)
90-02700 (Matrix 840G)
4 Pos.
8 Pos.
Matrix 840G
75-30070
75-30071 w/ClearPath
78-50155
GPS Ant.
to Optional RXA GPS Antenna
Power/DATA
45-05626
78-08067
Module, 4CH
Video CAN
Matrix 570G
75-30055
75-30056 w/ClearPath
Matrix
FieldPilot
BoomPilot
Optional Accessory
Co
nn
(+ ecto
12
v) to
Console Harness
Steering
Valve
Figure 1-18: Matrix 570G w/VSM, Tilt Gyro and BoomPilot
Matrix
FieldPilot
BoomPilot
Optional Accessory
POWER ON/OFF
Matrix 840G
75-30070
75-30071 w/ClearPath
78-50155
GPS Ant.
to Optional RXA GPS Antenna
Press and briefly hold the power button (until the screen turns black) to power off the console.
45-05678
Cable, SMA-M X SMA-M
Kit, RAM Mount w/Suction Cup
90-02349 (Matrix 570G)
90-02700 (Matrix 840G)
Matrix 570G
75-30055
75-30056 w/ClearPath
Figure 1-19: Power Button
5 Pos.
4 Pos.
8 Pos.
45-05615 4 Pos.
45-05765 8 Pos.
Speed/Sense Cable
8 Pos.
32-50008
Switch
Power/DATA
45-05626
78-08067
Module, 4CH
Video CAN
Speed Cable
Power Button
+12V
16-00022
RealView Camera
Press the power button to power on the console. Upon power up, the Matrix will begin its Start Up
Sequence.
45-05626
Pwr/CAN/Data
Cable
(included with
FieldPilot and
BoomPilot kits)
Camera
45-05617: 20'
45-05618: 60'
Camera Extension Cable
USB Port with Rubber Cover
RS-232
TJ CAN
(Terminated)
CAN
RS-232
POWER IN
78-08057
Tilt Gyro
Module (TGM)
3A Fuse
CAN
Power Button
45-07716
TGM Harness
Remote ABSC
Status Switch
Connection
Rate Controller
BoomPilot Harness
Part number
dependent on Rate Controller
78-05077
BoomPilot
Section Driver
Module
(15 sections)
Console Harness
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Figure 1-21: Clear Job Data Screens
Figure 1-22: Splash Screen
The console takes approximately 40 seconds to power up. During
this time the TeeJet Technologies logo will be displayed (LEDs will
power on and off and brightness levels will fluctuate.)
Figure 1-20: Power Up Screen
Matrix
v1.0
GENERAL OPERATION INFORMATION
A firm touch is required when selecting a screen icon.
Once the power up sequence has cycled, the following message is
displayed:
“Would you like to clear the job data and begin a new job?”
1. Press
►No – The previous job will resume.
►Yes – A new job will be established and all data from previous
jobs will be cleared. The message “All job data cleared” is
displayed. Select “OK” to continue.
The splash screen will be displayed for approximately one minute.
On initial startup, the console will load the Vehicle View screen as
a default. All subsequent power cycles will return to the last page
viewed before powering down.
Icons on guidance screens will be displayed and will fade from the
window after 6 seconds of inactivity. To regain these icons, touch the
screen in any location.
Figure 1-23: With and Without Icons On Screen
The splash screen lists the module’s current software version. The
information is also available on the About screen.
NOTE: A firm touch is required when selecting or acknowledging a
screen option.
Press the icon of any menu item to display a definition of that item.
To remove the information box, press anywhere on the screen.
Figure 1-24: Example of Information Text Box
FieldPilot Disengaged – a pop-up warning will be displayed for
approximately 2.5 seconds. To remove a pop-up sooner, press
anywhere on the screen.
Figure 1-26: FieldPilot Disengaged Screen
• Suitable cleaning products are commercially available prepackaged for use; one example of such a product is Klear
Screen™, or commercially available off-the-shelf retail brands
such as Glass Plus® Glass and Surface Cleaner made by
Reckitt-Benckiser.
• Use of incorrect cleaners can result in optical impairment of
touch panel and/or damage to functionality.
For rapid adjustment of a setting, press and hold the
►PLUS/MINUS ICONS
,
►UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
►ZOOM IN/OUT ICONS
►ZOOM IN/OUT BUTTONS
(Matrix 840G only).
All changes are saved automatically.
The Matrix is a current job system. Previous jobs cannot be recalled.
The Zoom In/Out Buttons
on the Matrix 840G will not adjust
Plus/Minus or Up/Down settings.
The console needs to be cycled off and back on when changing or
attaching equipment to the Matrix system.
GPS Status Change – a pop-up warning will be displayed for
approximately 2.5 seconds. To remove a pop-up sooner, press
anywhere on the screen.
Cleaning suggestions – Matrix consoles should be cleaned with mild
cleaners, such as glass cleaner, and a soft cloth. Take care not to rub
dust or other abrasive materials into the touch screen surface.
Figure 1-25: Example of GPS Status Change
• Use a soft lint-free cloth.
• The cloth may be used dry, or lightly dampened with a mild
cleaner or Ethanol.
• Be sure the cloth is only lightly dampened, not wet. Never apply
cleaner directly to touch panel surface; if cleaner is spilled onto
touch panel, soak it up immediately with absorbent cloth.
• Cleaner must be neither acid nor alkali (neutral pH).
• Wipe the surface gently; if there is a directional surface texture,
wipe in the same direction as the texture.
• Never use acidic or alkaline cleaners, or organic chemicals such
as: paint thinner, acetone, tolulene, xylene, propyl or isopropyl
alchohol, or kerosene.
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Page Layout and Navigation
The Matrix is very simple to navigate. The HOME BUTTON
or HOME ICON
gives you access to the unit’s 3 functions: Setup, Guidance and Monitoring. The 6 touch screen Menu Options (Unit Setup
Vehicle View , Field View , RealView Guidance , Job View
and Boom Monitoring ) quickly access all aspects of the unit.
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CHAPTER 2 – UNIT SETUP
Unit Setup is used to configure System Setup, BoomPilot/
Single Boom Setup, Vehicle Setup, Tilt Gyro Module
Setup, and FieldPilot Setup.
►
►
NOTE: All settings are automatically saved when selected.
Tilt Gyro Module Setup – used to calibrate the Tilt Gyro
Module, allowing for tilt correction for application on hilly or
sloped terrain.
FieldPilot Setup – used to configure:
The Home Button
or Home Icon
gives you access to the
unit’s three functions: Setup, Guidance and Monitoring. The six
touch screen Menu Options (Unit Setup , Vehicle View ,
Field View
, RealView Guidance , Job View
and Boom
Monitoring ) quickly access all aspects of the unit.
To access the Unit Setup screens:
◄ Enable/Disable FieldPilot
1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
2. Select UNIT SETUP
from Home Menu
.
3. Select from:
◄ Valve Setup
– used to configure Valve Frequency,
Minimum Duty Cycle Left, Minimum Duty Cycle Right
and Maximum Duty Cycle settings.
To view the Home Menu options:
◄ Valve Test
– verifies steering is directed correctly and
is used to fine tune the oil flow.
Figure 2-2: Home Menu - Unit Setup
►
System Setup – used to configure:
◄ Lightbar
– used to configure LED Spacing , Display/
Swath Mode and LED Brightness settings.
◄ Culture
– used to configure Units
and Time Zone .
.
Home Menu
1. Press HOME BUTTON
left corner of screen.
or select HOME ICON
in bottom
– used to configure Coarse
◄ Configure FieldPilot
Steering Adjustment, Fine Steering Adjustment,
Deadband, and Lookahead settings.
General Information
, Language
Press the icon of any menu item to display a definition of that item.
To remove the information box, press anywhere on the screen.
◄ GPS
– used to configure GPS
Type
and the GPS Port , as well as view GPS
Status information .
Figure 2-1: Example of Information Text Box
– used to configure
◄ Console
Volume , LCD Brightness , Screen Calibrate and
Screenshot settings, as well as view About information
and Save system software information .
◄ Video
D
E
F
– used to set up individual cameras
G
H.
A
B
C
►
BoomPilot/Single Boom Setup – used to configure
Overlap , Delay On , Delay Off
, Number of Boom
Sections # and Boom Section Width
settings.
►
Vehicle Setup – used to configure Vehicle Type ,
Antenna Height
, Direction to Boom
and Boom Offset
Distance
settings.
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SYSTEM SETUP
System Setup is used to configure Lightbar, Culture,
GPS, Console and Video settings.
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Lightbar
Lightbar Setup is used to configure LED Spacing, Display/Swath
Mode and LED Brightness.
from Home Menu
.
1. Select UNIT SETUP
2. Press SYSTEM SETUP TAB
.
3. Select from:
– used to configure LED Spacing, Display Mode
►Lightbar
and LED Brightness
►Culture
– used to configure Units, Language and Time
Zone
►GPS
– used to configure GPS Type and the GPS Port, as
well as view GPS Status information
– used to configure Volume, LCD Brightness,
►Console
Screen Calibrate and Screenshot settings, as well as view About
information and Save system software information
►Video
– used to set up individual cameras
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP TAB
2. Press LIGHTBAR ICON .
3. Select from:
►LED Spacing
– sets the distance illustrated by the
illuminated LEDs
►Display Mode
– determine whether the lightbar represents
the swath or vehicle
– adjust LED brightness
►LED Brightness
OR
Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through all settings.
NOTE: Options labels are current settings. While in a setting screen,
press icon to view available factory settings and setting
ranges.
Figure 2-3: System Setup
Figure 2-4: Lightbar Options
LED Spacing
LED Spacing sets the distance illustrated by the illuminated LEDs.
Range is 0.04 - 9.8 feet / 0.01 - 3.0 meters.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press LIGHTBAR ICON .
Press LED SPACING ICON .
Use the entry screen to establish LED Spacing.
Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Display Mode.
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
to return to main System Setup
screen.
Figure 2-5: LED Spacing
Display Mode
Figure 2-7: Swath Lightbar
LED Brightness
Display/Swath Mode determines whether the lightbar represents the
swath or vehicle.
LED Brightness adjusts the brightness of the lightbar LEDs. Range
is 0 - 100.
1. Press LIGHTBAR ICON .
2. Press DISPLAY ICON .
3. Press UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
to change between:
►Swath – the LEDs represent the guideline location and the
moving LED represents the vehicle.
►Vehicle – the center LED represents vehicle location and the
moving LED represents the guideline.
4. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to LED Brightness.
to return to main System Setup
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
screen.
1. Press LIGHTBAR ICON
Lights illuminated on the left of
the Lightbar require a steering
adjustment to the right.
Lights illuminated on the
right of the Lightbar require a
steering adjustment to the left.
Figure 2-8: Display Mode - Vehicle
Figure 2-6: Display Mode - Swath
.
2. Press LED BRIGHTNESS ICON .
3. Press the PLUS/MINUS ICONS
to adjust LED brightness.
◄Higher the number, the brighter the LEDs.
◄Lower the number, the dimmer the LEDs.
4. Press
►CHECKERED FLAG
to complete Lightbar Setup.
to return to main System Setup
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
screen.
to quickly adjust
NOTE: Press & hold PLUS/MINUS ICONS
settings.
Figure 2-10: LED Brightness
Figure 2-9: Vehicle Lightbar
Lights illuminated on the left of
the Lightbar require a steering
adjustment to the left.
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Culture
Culture is used to configure Units, Language and Time Zone
settings.
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP TAB
2. Press CULTURE ICON .
3. Select from:
►Units
– defines the system measurements
►Language
– defines the system language
– establishes the local time zone
►Time Zone
OR
Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through all settings.
NOTE: Options labels are current settings. While in a setting screen,
press icon to view available factory settings and setting
ranges.
Figure 2-11: Culture
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Units
Units defines the system measurements (U.S. or Metric).
1. Press CULTURE ICON .
2. Press UNITS ICON .
3. Press UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
to change between:
►U.S.
►Metric.
4. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Language.
to return to main System Setup
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
screen.
NOTE: This setting is required for FieldPilot and Tilt Sensor
Operation, as well as proper BoomPilot operation.
Figure 2-12: Units
Language
Languages defines the system language. Options include Czech,
Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish,
Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish.
1. Press CULTURE ICON .
2. Press LANGUAGE ICON .
3. Press UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
to change between
languages.
4. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Time Zone.
to return to main System Setup
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
screen.
NOTE: Press & hold UP/DOWN ARROW
ICONS
to quickly adjust settings.
NOTE: This setting is required for FieldPilot and Tilt Sensor
Operation, as well as proper BoomPilot operation.
Figure 2-13: Language
Time Zone
Time zone establishes the local time zone.
1. Press CULTURE ICON .
2. Press TIME ZONE ICON .
3. Press UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
to select the
appropriate time zone.
4. Press
►CHECKERED FLAG
to complete Culture Setup.
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
to return to main System Setup
screen.
NOTE: Press & hold UP/DOWN ARROW
to quickly adjust settings.
ICONS
Figure 2-14: Time Zone
GPS
GPS is used to configure GPS Type and the GPS Port, as well as
view GPS Status information.
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP TAB
2. Press GPS ICON .
3. Select from:
►GPS Type
– select GPS source transmissions
►GPS Port
– sets (D)GPS COM port
– displays information on GGA/VTG (Data
►GPS Status
Rates), Num Sat, HDOP, PRN and Quality.
OR
Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through all settings.
NOTE: Options labels are current settings. While in a setting screen,
press icon to view available factory settings and setting
ranges.
Figure 2-15: GPS
GPS Type
GPS Type customizes system to accept GPS source or DGPS
source transmissions.
1. Press GPS ICON .
2. Press GPS TYPE ICON .
3. Select
►GPS Only – uncorrected signals
►DGPS Only – differentially corrected signals
►GPS/DGPS – either type of signal
4. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to GPS Port.
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
to return to main System Setup
screen.
NOTE: This setting is required for FieldPilot and Tilt Sensor
Operation, as well as proper BoomPilot operation.
Figure 2-16: GPS Type
Time zones are listed alphabetically by continent then city. A list of
the continents and cities is in Appendix B.
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GPS Port
GPS Port sets port transmission to Internal or External.
1. Press GPS ICON .
2. Press GPS PORT ICON .
3. Select
►Internal – use the internal (D)GPS (if equipped) and transmit
out
►External – receive external (D)GPS data
4. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to GPS Status.
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
to return to main System Setup
screen.
NOTE: This setting is required for FieldPilot and Tilt Sensor
Operation, as well as proper BoomPilot operation.
Figure 2-17: GPS Port
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External Receiver Minimum Configuration Requirements
Before the Matrix will connect and work with an external GPS
receiver, these minimum configuration requirements must be met.
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
VTG
5 Hz
ZDA
0.2 Hz
GPS Status
GPS Status displays information regarding data rates, number of
satellites in view, and satellite quality and ID.
1. Press GPS ICON .
2. Press GPS PORT ICON
to 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. (see PRN chart)
◄GGA Quality – the current quality indicator of the GPS signal.
(see GGA chart)
3. Press
to complete GPS Setup.
►CHECKERED FLAG
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
to return to main System Setup
screen.
NOTE: If GPS is not available, all entries will be “Invalid”
Figure 2-18: GPS Status
NOTE: Working with GPS signals such as Omnistar HP/XP or RTK
will require GPS port to be set to External.
PRN
Location
PRN
Western US
135
Eastern US
138
Central US
135 or 138
South America
N/A
Europe
120 or 124
GGA Requirements
GGA Quality required to be able to work with various types of signal
can vary. See table below for requirements.
Service
GGA
Quality
Accuracy
Omnistar HP/XP
5
10 cm
RTK
4
4 cm
Glide
9
<1 m
WAAS/EGNOS/Beacon
2
<1 m
GPS only
1
<3 m
Console
Console Setup is used to configure Volume, LCD Brightness, Screen
Calibrate and Screenshot settings, as well as view About information
and Save system software information.
Volume
Volume adjusts the volume level of the audio speaker. Range is 0 100.
1. Press CONSOLE ICON .
2. Press VOLUME ICON .
3. Press the PLUS/MINUS ICONS
to adjust volume level.
◄Higher the number, the louder the sound.
◄Lower the number, the softer the sound.
4. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to LCD Brightness.
to return to main System Setup
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
screen.
to quickly adjust
NOTE: Press & hold PLUS/MINUS ICONS
settings.
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP TAB
2. Press CONSOLE ICON .
3. Select from:
►Volume
– adjusts the volume level of the audio speaker
►LCD Brightness
– adjusts the brightness of the console
display
– used to force a touch screen
►Touch Screen Calibration
calibration
►Screenshot
– allows screen images to be saved a USB
drive
►About/Save
– displays the system software version as well Figure 2-20: Volume
as the software versions of modules connected to the CAN bus
OR
Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through all settings.
NOTE: While in a setting screen, press icon to view available factory
settings and setting ranges.
Figure 2-19: Console
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LCD Brightness
LCD Brightness adjusts the brightness of the console display. Range
is 0 - 100.
1. Press CONSOLE ICON .
2. Press LCD BRIGHTNESS ICON .
3. Press the PLUS/MINUS ICONS
to adjust LED brightness.
◄Higher the number, the brighter the LCD.
◄Lower the number, the dimmer the LCD.
4. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Touch Screen
Calibration.
to return to main System Setup
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
screen.
to quickly adjust
NOTE: Press & hold PLUS/MINUS ICONS
settings.
WARNING!: In hot conditions, settings above 50 may cause a High
Temperature Warning. The console will automatically dim the
screen to reduce the console temperature.
Figure 2-21: LCD Brightness
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Touch Screen Calibration with Software Version
1.00 to 1.02
Figure 2-23: Touch Screen Calibration
Touch Screen Calibration is used to force a touch screen calibration
the next time a power cycle occurs.
1. Press CONSOLE ICON .
2. Press CALIBRATE TOUCH SCREEN ICON .
3. Press HAND ICON
to enable the touch screen calibration
process.
4. “Force touch screen calibration next time unit starts up?”
Press
►Yes – to return to the Touch Screen Calibration screen. The
calibration will be performed when power to the console is
cycled.
►No – to return to the Touch Screen Calibration screen
5. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Screenshot.
to return to main System Setup
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
screen.
Figure 2-22: Touch Screen Calibration
Next Power Cycle
The calibration screen will be displayed before the console boots.
1. “TSLIB calibration utility Touch crosshair to calibrate”
Press series of 5 crosshairs .
2. Console will resume booting.
After the fifth (5th) crosshair is pressed, the calibration process takes
approximately 30 - 45 seconds to complete.
Figure 2-24: Touch Screen Calibration Process
TSLIB calibration utility
Touch crosshair to calibrate
Touch Screen Calibration with Software Version
1.03
Touch Screen Calibration is used to activate a touch screen
calibration.
1. Press CONSOLE ICON .
2. Press CALIBRATE TOUCH SCREEN ICON .
3. Press HAND ICON
to enable the touch screen calibration
process.
4. “Begin touch screen calibration?”
Press
►Yes – to begin the Touch Screen Calibration.
►No – to return to the Touch Screen Calibration screen
5. Press series of 5 crosshairs .
6. Press OK to complete the touch screen calibration.
7. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Screenshot.
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
to return to main System Setup
screen.
Figure 2-26: Touch Screen Calibration Process
Screenshot
To aid when troubleshooting problems in the field, an end user can
use Screenshot to save a screen to a USB drive, then e-mail the
image to support personnel.
When Screenshot is enabled, a SCREENSHOT ICON
displayed on the upper right of each screen.
is
Enable/Disable
1. Press CONSOLE ICON .
2. Press SCREENSHOT ICON .
3. Select
►Enable
►Disable
4. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to About/Save.
to return to main System Setup
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
screen.
Figure 2-27: Screenshot
Figure 2-25: Touch Screen Calibration
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Figure 2-29: About Matrix 570G
Save About Information
1. Insert a USB drive into the USB port.
2. Press the SCREENSHOT ICON .
NOTE: Screenshot does not capture live feed from video.
To aid when troubleshooting problems in the field, an end user
can use Save to download a text file containing current software
information to a USB drive, then e-mail the file to support personnel.
Figure 2-28: Example of Screenshot on Screen
1.
2.
3.
4.
Figure 2-30: About Matrix 840G
About/Save
About/Save screen displays the system software version as well as
the software versions of modules connected to the CAN bus.
To view system information:
1. Press CONSOLE ICON .
2. Press ABOUT ICON
to view data including:
◄Unit Model Number
◄Software Version
◄Connected Modules
3. Press
►CHECKERED FLAG
to complete Console Setup.
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
to return to main System Setup
screen.
Press CONSOLE ICON .
Press ABOUT ICON .
Insert a USB drive in the USB port.
Press the SAVE ICON .
“Saved version information to USB drive” will confirm save.
5. Press
►CHECKERED FLAG
to complete Console Setup.
to return to main System Setup
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
screen.
NOTE: The SAVE ICON
is not available for selection (grayed
out) until a USB drive is inserted properly.
Figure 2-31: About Verification
3. Select
►Camera A A
Video Setup is used to set up individual cameras while using a Eight
►Camera B B
(8) Channel or Four (4) Channel Video Selector Module (VSM). Up to
►Camera C C
8 cameras can be configured if a VSM is installed.
►Camera D D
►Camera E E
NOTE If a VSM is not installed, VIDEO SETUP
is not available
for selection (grayed out) .
►Camera F F
►Camera G G
Figure 2-32: Video Unavailable
►Camera H H
OR
Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through all cameras.
4. Select the appropriate check box(s):
►Normal –
►Reverse –
►Upside Down –
►Reverse & Upside Down –
5. Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through remaining
cameras.
6. Press
►CHECKERED FLAG
to complete Video Setup.
to return to main System Setup
►SYSTEM
SETUP
TAB
NOTE: Video Setup will not change the setting of a directly
screen.
connected camera even when a VSM is on the system.
Adjusting options will not affect a direct camera attachment. Figure 2-33: Video w/Eight Channel VSM
Video
Figure 2-34: Camera Configuration
8 Channel VMS w/Only A, B, C & D
If cameras are only installed in ports A, B, C and D, cameras E, F, G
and H will not be available for configuring.
Figure 2-35: Camera Configuration
Eight Channel VSM
When a eight (8) channel VSM is on the system, up to eight (8)
cameras can be installed and configured.
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP TAB
2. Press VIDEO ICON .
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►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
screen.
to return to main System Setup
Figure 2-36: Video w/Four Channel VSM
BOOMPILOT/SINGLE BOOM SETUP
BoomPilot Setup is used to configure Overlap, Delay On,
Delay Off, Number of Boom Sections, and Boom Section
Width settings.
Single Boom Setup is available when a SmartCable or Section Driver
Module (SDM) is not present. Configurations for Overlap, Delay On,
Delay Off, Number of Boom Sections will not be available, and only
one boom section width can be entered.
BoomPilot Setup
If a SmartCable or Section Driver Module (SDM) is present, up to 15
boom section widths can be entered.
Four Channel VSM
When a four (4) channel VSM is on the system, up to four (4)
cameras can be installed. Only Cameras A, B, C and D will be
available for setup.
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP TAB
2. Press VIDEO ICON .
3. Select
►Camera A A
►Camera B B
►Camera C C
►Camera D D
OR
Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through all cameras.
4. Select the appropriate check box(s):
►Normal –
►Reverse –
►Upside Down –
►Reverse & Upside Down –
5. Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through remaining
cameras.
6. Press
to complete Video Setup.
►CHECKERED FLAG
Figure 2-37: Camera Configuration
1. Select UNIT SETUP
from Home Menu
.
2. Press BOOMPILOT/SINGLE BOOM SETUP TAB
3. Select from:
►Overlap
– determines the amount of overlap allowed
►Delay On
– establishes the timing for the boom section
valves to switch on
►Delay Off
– establishes the timing for the boom section
valves to switch off
►Number of Boom Sections # – establishes the number of
available boom sections
– establishes the width of each boom
►Boom Section Width
section
OR
Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through all settings.
NOTE: Options labels are current settings. While in a setting screen,
press icon to view available factory settings and setting
ranges.
NOTE: BoomPilot settings are only visible and necessary if a
SmartCable or SDM is present. If neither is present, see
Single Boom Setup section.
Figure 2-38: Boom Section Setup (SDM detected)
Figure 2-39: Overlap
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.
1. Press DELAY ON ICON .
2. Use the entry screen to establish delay time.
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Delay Off.
to return to main Boom Section
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
Setup screen.
Figure 2-41: Delay On
Overlap
Overlap determines the amount of overlap allowed when the boom
sections are turned on and off using BoomPilot.
1. Press OVERLAP ICON .
2. Press UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
to change between:
►0%
►50%
►100%
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Delay On.
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
to return to main Boom Section
Setup screen.
Figure 2-40: Examples of Overlap
0%
50%
100%
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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
1. Press DELAY OFF ICON .
2. Use the entry screen to establish delay time.
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Number of Boom
Sections.
to return to main Boom Section
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
Setup screen.
Figure 2-42: Delay Off
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Number of Boom Sections
Boom Section Width
Number of Boom Sections establishes the number of available boom
sections, 1 to 15 depending upon which SmartCable or Section
Driver Module (SDM) is detected.
Boom Section Width establishes the width of each boom section.
Range is 0.0 - 1968.5 inches / 0.0 - 50.0 meters. When facing
forward, boom sections are ordered from left to right along the boom.
1. Press NUMBER OF BOOMS ICON # .
2. Press UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
to establish
appropriate number of boom sections.
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Boom Section Width.
to return to main Boom Section
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
Setup screen.
NOTE: Press & hold UP/DOWN ARROW
ICONS
to quickly adjust settings.
1.
2.
3.
4.
NOTE: A section of more than one boom will change the total steps
to complete the BoomPilot setup respectively.
Press BOOMPILOT/SINGLE BOOM SETUP TAB
.
Press BOOM SECTION WIDTH ICON .
Use the entry screen to establish boom section width.
Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to the remaining
individual boom section widths.
to complete Boom Section Setup.
►CHECKERED FLAG
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
to return to main Boom Section
Setup screen.
NOTE: When entering Boom Section Width, the total of all sections
must be greater than 34 inches / 0.9 meters.
Figure 2-43: Number of Boom Sections
NOTE Individual boom sections can be set to different widths.
NOTE: This setting is required for FieldPilot Operation.
Figure 2-44: Boom Section Width
Single Boom Setup
Single Boom Setup is available when a SmartCable or Section Driver
Module (SDM) is not present. Configurations for Overlap, Delay On,
Delay Off, Number of Boom Sections will not be available, and only
one boom section width can be entered.
Boom Section Width
Boom Section Width establishes the width of entire swath. Range is
34.0 - 1968.5 inches / 0.9 - 50.0 meters.
from Home Menu
.
1. Select UNIT SETUP
2. Press BOOMPILOT/SINGLE BOOM SETUP TAB
.
3. Press
►BOOM SECTION WIDTH ICON .
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW .
4. Use the entry screen to establish swath width.
5. Press
to complete Boom Section Setup.
►CHECKERED FLAG
►SYSTEM SETUP TAB
to return to main Boom Section
Setup screen.
NOTE: Options label is current setting. While in a setting screen,
press icon to view available factory settings and setting
ranges.
Figure 2-46: Single Boom Section Width Entry
VEHICLE SETUP
Vehicle Setup is used to configure Vehicle Type, Antenna
Height, Direction to Boom, and Boom Offset Distance.
1. Select UNIT SETUP
from Home Menu
.
2. Press VEHICLE SETUP TAB
.
3. Select from:
– selects the type of vehicle that most
►Vehicle Type
closely represents your vehicle
►Antenna Height
– sets the height of the antenna from the
ground
►Direction to Boom
– sets whether the boom is located
behind or in front of the GPS antenna
►Boom Offset Distance
– defines the distance from the
GPS antenna to the boom
OR
Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through all settings.
NOTE: Options labels are current settings. While in a setting screen,
press icon to view available factory settings and setting
ranges.
Figure 2-47: Vehicle Setup
NOTE: This setting is required for FieldPilot and Tilt Sensor
Operation.
Figure 2-45: Single Boom Section Width (No SDM)
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Antenna Height
Direction to Boom
Vehicle Type selects the type of vehicle steering that most closely
represents your vehicle.
Antenna Height sets the height of the antenna from the ground.
Range is 0.0 - 32.8 feet / 0.0 - 10.0 meters.
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.
1. Press VEHICLE TYPE ICON
2. Press UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
to change between:
►Front Wheel Steer
(also used for Combines)
►Articulated
►Tracked
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Antenna Height.
►VEHICLE SETUP TAB
to return to main Vehicle Setup
screen.
NOTE: This setting is required for FieldPilot and Tilt Sensor
Operation, as well as proper BoomPilot operation.
1. Press ANTENNA HEIGHT ICON
.
2. Use the entry screen to establish the antenna height.
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Direction to Boom.
►VEHICLE SETUP TAB
to return to main Vehicle Setup
screen.
NOTE: This setting is required for FieldPilot and Tilt Sensor
Operation, as well as proper BoomPilot operation.
1. Press DIRECTION TO BOOM ICON
2. Press UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
to change between:
►Backward
– indicates the boom is located behind the GPS
antenna
►Forward
– indicates the boom is located in front of the
GPS antenna
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Boom Offset
Distance.
►VEHICLE SETUP TAB
to return to main Vehicle Setup
screen.
NOTE: This setting is required for FieldPilot and Tilt Sensor
Operation, as well as proper BoomPilot operation.
Figure 2-48: Vehicle Type
Figure 2-49: Antenna Height
Figure 2-50: Direction to Boom
Boom Offset Distance
Boom Offset Distance defines the distance from the GPS antenna to
the boom.
Range is 0.0 - 164.0 feet / 0.0 - 50.0 meters.
1. Press BOOM OFFSET DISTANCE ICON
.
2. Use the entry screen to establish the offset distance.
3. Press
►CHECKERED FLAG
to complete Vehicle Setup.
►VEHICLE SETUP TAB
to return to main Vehicle Setup
screen.
NOTE: This setting is required for FieldPilot and Tilt Sensor
Operation, as well as proper BoomPilot operation.
Figure 2-51: Boom Offset Distance
TILT GYRO MODULE SETUP
Tilt Correction Unavailable
The Tilt Gyro Module (TGM) is used to calibrate the gyro,
allowing for tilt correction for application on hilly or sloped
If a TGM or SCM is not connected, calibration options will not be
available.
terrain.
Figure 2-53: Tilt Gyro Module Not Detected
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select UNIT SETUP
from Home Menu
.
Press TILT GYRO MODULE SETUP TAB
Press TILT CORRECTION ICON
Select
►On – tilt correction will be applied to the GPS antenna position
►Off – tilt correction will not be applied
OR
Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through all settings.
NOTE: If FieldPilot is being used, a Tilt Gyro Module is built into the
system.
NOTE: Antenna Height must be entered prior to Tilt Calibration.
NOTE: Option label is current setting.
Figure 2-52: Tilt Correction
Tilt Correction On and Calibrate
Tilt Correction On and calibration is used to turn on/off Tilt Gyro
Module (TGM) and to calibrate the gyro.
On/Off
1. Press TILT CORRECTION ICON
2. Select “On”
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to Level Tilt Position 1.
to return to main Tilt
►TILT GYRO MODULE SETUP TAB
Gyro Module Setup screen.
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Level Tilt Position 2
6. Turn the vehicle 180 degrees and reposition the vehicle in the
same location.
7. Press
►OK ICON OK to Tilt Calibration Complete.
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to Tilt Calibration Complete.
to return to main Tilt
►TILT GYRO MODULE SETUP TAB
Gyro Module Setup screen.
Figure 2-56: Level Tilt Position 2
Level Tilt Position 1
4. Position the vehicle on a level surface.
5. Press
►OK ICON OK to Level Tilt Position 2.
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to Level Tilt Position 2.
►TILT GYRO MODULE SETUP TAB
to return to main Tilt
Gyro Module Setup screen.
Figure 2-55: Level Tilt Position 1
Tilt Calibration Complete
8. Press
►OK ICON OK
►CHECKERED FLAG
to complete Tilt Gyro Module Setup.
►TILT GYRO MODULE SETUP TAB
to return to main Tilt
Gyro Module Setup screen.
Figure 2-57: Tilt Calibration Completion
Tilt Correction Off
Tilt Correction is used to turn on/off Tilt Gyro Module (TGM).
1. Press TILT CORRECTION ICON
2. Select “Off”
3. Press
►CHECKERED FLAG
to complete Tilt Gyro Module Setup.
►TILT GYRO MODULE SETUP TAB
to return to main Tilt
Gyro Module Setup screen.
Figure 2-58: Tilt Correction Off
FIELDPILOT SETUP
FieldPilot Unavailable
FieldPilot Setup is used to Enable/Disable FieldPilot
and configure Valve Setup, Valve Test and Configure
If a FieldPilot system is not installed, calibration options will not be
available.
FieldPilot.
Figure 2-60: Assisted Steering Not Detected
1. Select UNIT SETUP
from Home Menu
.
2. Press FIELDPILOT SETUP TAB
.
3. Select from:
– sets FieldPilot to on or off
►Autosteer
►Valve
– used to configure Valve Frequency, Minimum Duty
Cycle Left, Minimum Duty Cycle Right and Maximum Duty Cycle
►Valve Test
– verifies steering is directed correctly and is
used to fine tune the oil flow
– used to configure Coarse Adjustment, Fine
►Configure
Adjustment, Deadband and Lookahead
Autosteer
Autosteer sets FieldPilot to on or off.
1. Press AUTOSTEER ICON .
2. Select
►On
►Off
3. Press FIELDPILOT SETUP TAB
to return to FieldPilot Setup.
Figure 2-61: Autosteer On/Off
Figure 2-59: FieldPilot
If “Off” is selected, no FieldPilot capabilities or setup functions will be
enabled (icons will be grayed out).
Figure 2-62: FieldPilot with Autosteer Off
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Valve Setup
Valve Setup is used to configure Valve Frequency, Minimum Duty
Cycle Left, Minimum Duty Cycle Right and Maximum Duty Cycle.
1. Press VALVE SETUP ICON .
2. Select from:
►Valve Frequency
– used to drive the steering valve
►Minimum Duty Cycle Left
– sets the minimum amount of
drive required to begin steering the vehicle left
►Minimum Duty Cycle Right
– sets the minimum amount of
drive required to begin steering the vehicle right
– sets the maximum speed that the
►Maximum Duty Cycle
wheels will steer from left to right/ right to left (lock to lock)
OR
Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through all settings.
NOTE: Options labels are current settings. While in a setting screen,
press icon to view available factory settings and setting
ranges.
Figure 2-63: Valve Setup
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Valve Frequency
Valve frequency is used to drive the steering valve. The type of valve
being used determines the frequency. Range is 1 - 5000.
1. Press FREQUENCY ICON .
2. Use the entry screen to establish the valve frequency.
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Minimum Duty Cycle
Left.
►FIELDPILOT SETUP TAB
to return to main FieldPilot
Setup.
Figure 2-64: Valve Frequency
The following are common frequencies/valves:
TeeJet Technologies
Part #
Valve
Frequency
35-02151
FP,CC,NP
2 hz
35-02152
FP,OC,HF,NP
2 hz
35-02153
FP,OC,NP
2 hz
35-02173
FP, PC,LS,NP
2 hz
35-02172
FP, PC,LS PWM
175 hz
35-02179
FP,PC,LS, PWM
175 hz
35-02180
FP, CC PWM
110 hz
35-02181
FP, CC, PWM, LS
110 hz
35-02182
FP. CC, PWM
175 hz
35-02183
FP. CC, PWM 1.1 OC 110 hz
35-02184
FP. CC, PWM 7.9 OC 175 hz
35-02185
FP. CC, PWM 2.1 OC 110 hz
35-02186
FP. CC, PWM 4.0 CC
110 hz
35-02187
FP. CC, PWM 7.9 CC
175 hz
For valves manufactured by sources other than TeeJet Technologies,
refer to manufacturer’s specifications for appropriate valve frequency.
Minimum Duty Cycle
Minimum Duty Cycle sets the minimum amount of drive required to
begin steering the vehicle left or right. Range is 0.0 - 50.0.
RECOMMENDATION – Have a large area of clear space available to
perform test cycles.
NOTE: If the valve frequency is set below 15 Hz (non proportional),
set the amount of drive to “25.0”. Cycle test is not necessary.
.
WARNING: PINCH POINT HAZARD!
To prevent serious injury or death, avoid unsafe practice
while manually operating hydraulic steering circuits. Keep
others away and stay clear of mechanical linkages.
Cycle Left
Cycle Left sets the minimum amount of drive required to begin
steering the vehicle to the left. .
1. Press MINIMUM DUTY CYCLE LEFT ICON .
2. While the vehicle is moving in a slow forward straight line motion,
press the GREEN STOPLIGHT .
3. Slowly increase the duty cycle number using the PLUS BUTTON
until the vehicle begins to turn left.
4. Press the RED STOPLIGHT
to complete the left test.
5. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Minimum Duty Cycle
Right.
to return to main FieldPilot
►FIELDPILOT SETUP TAB
Setup.
NOTE: Press & hold PLUS/MINUS ICONS
to quickly adjust
settings.
Figure 2-65: Minimum Duty Cycle Left
►FIELDPILOT SETUP TAB
to return to main FieldPilot
Setup.
NOTE: Press & hold PLUS/MINUS ICONS
to quickly adjust
settings.
Figure 2-66: Minimum Duty Cycle Right
8. When the time from left to right / right to left (lock to lock) begins
increasing (it takes longer to turn the tires) press
to complete Valve Setup.
►CHECKERED FLAG
►FIELDPILOT SETUP TAB
to return to main FieldPilot
Setup.
NOTE: Press & hold PLUS/MINUS ICONS
to quickly adjust
settings.
Figure 2-67: Maximum Duty Cycle
Maximum Duty Cycle
Maximum Duty Cycle sets the maximum speed that the wheels will
steer from left to right / right to left (lock to lock). Range is 25 - 100.
NOTE: If the valve frequency is below 15 Hz (non proportional), set
the value to 100. Speed will be established during the Valve
Test.
WARNING: PINCH POINT HAZARD!
To prevent serious injury or death, avoid unsafe practice
while manually operating hydraulic steering circuits. Keep
others away and stay clear of mechanical linkages.
1. Press MAXIMUM DUTY CYCLE ICON .
2. Set Max Duty Cycle value to approximately 60 (or refer to
FieldPilot manual for desired lock to lock times).
3. Turn the wheels all the way to the left (or right).
Cycle Right
4. Press the GREEN ARROW (or RED ARROW ). This will
Cycle Right sets the minimum amount of drive required to begin
start a timer below the STOPLIGHT as well as turn the vehicle to
steering the vehicle to the right. .
the right (or left).
1. Press MINIMUM DUTY CYCLE RIGHT ICON .
5. Press the RED STOPLIGHT
when the wheels are all the way
2. While the vehicle is moving in a slow forward straight line motion,
to the right (or left). The time displayed under the STOPLIGHT is
press the GREEN STOPLIGHT .
the lock to lock time.
3. Slowly increase the duty cycle number using the PLUS BUTTON
6. Press the PLUS/MINUS ICONS
to adjust the Max Duty
until the vehicle begins to turn right.
Cycle value.
4. Press the RED STOPLIGHT
to complete the right test.
7. Repeat steps 3 through 6.
5. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Maximum Duty Cycle.
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Valve Test
The Valve Test verifies steering is directed correctly and is typically
used to fine tune the oil flow to properly calibrate the amount of time
to steer the wheels from full left to full right (lock to lock) for nonproportional valves.
NOTE: For non-proportional valves, the amount of time for left
to right / right to left (lock to lock) will be established by
mechanically adjusting oil flow through the valve. Refer to
your vehicle user manual for specific instructions.
1. Press VALVE TEST ICON .
2. Turn the wheels all the way to the left.
3. Press the GREEN ARROW . This will start a timer below the
STOPLIGHT as well as turn the vehicle to the right.
4. Press the RED STOPLIGHT
when the wheels are all the way
to the right. The time displayed under the STOPLIGHT is the lock
to lock time.
5. Turn the wheels all the way to the right.
6. Press the RED ARROW . This will start a timer below the
STOPLIGHT as well as turn the vehicle to the left.
7. Press the RED STOPLIGHT
when the wheels are all the way
to the left. The time displayed under the STOPLIGHT is the lock
to lock time.
8. Press FIELDPILOT SETUP TAB
to return to main FieldPilot
Setup.
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Figure 2-68: Valve Test
Configure FieldPilot
Configure is used to configure Coarse Adjustment, Fine Adjustment,
Deadband and Lookahead settings.
1. Press CONFIGURE ICON .
2. Select from:
►Coarse Steering Adjustment
– adjusts how rapidly the
vehicle approaches a guideline in Straight A-B
►Fine Steering Adjustment
– adjusts how rapidly the vehicle
approaches a guideline in Curved A-B
►Deadband
– adjusts if steering is too choppy/responsive or
remains consistently off the guideline
– used during Straight A-B Guidance mode to
►Lookahead
adjust the vehicle’s approach to the guideline
OR
Press PAGE RIGHT ARROW to cycle through all settings.
NOTE: Options labels are current settings. While in a setting screen,
press icon to view available factory settings and setting
ranges.
Figure 2-69: Configure Screen
Coarse Steering Adjustment
Figure 2-71: Example of Coarse Adjustment
Figure 2-72: Fine Steering Adjustment
Coarse Steering Adjustment adjusts how aggressively the vehicle
maintains a guideline in Straight A-B Guidance mode. Range is 1.0
- 100.0.
1. Press COARSE STEERING ADJUSTMENT ICON .
2. Press
►PLUS ICON
if the vehicle is drifting away from the
guideline or not approaching it fast enough.
►MINUS ICON
if the vehicle is oscillating rapidly or
overshooting the guideline.
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Fine Adjustment.
to return to main FieldPilot
►FIELDPILOT SETUP TAB
Setup.
NOTE: Press & hold PLUS/MINUS ICONS
to quickly adjust
settings.
Figure 2-70: Coarse Adjustment
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Figure 2-73: Example of Fine Steering Adjustment
Fine Steering Adjustment adjusts how aggressively the vehicle
maintains a guideline in Curved A-B Guidance mode. Range is 1.0 100.0.
1. Press FINE STEERING ADJUSTMENT ICON .
2. Press
►PLUS ICON
if the vehicle drives outside of corners.
►MINUS ICON
if the vehicle cuts corners.
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Deadband.
►FIELDPILOT SETUP TAB
to return to main FieldPilot
Setup.
NOTE: Press & hold PLUS/MINUS ICONS
to quickly adjust
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Figure 2-75: Example of Deadband Adjustment
Figure 2-76: Lookahead
Deadband adjusts if steering is too choppy/responsive or remains
consistently off the guideline. As the value is increased, stability will
increase but so will steady state error. Range is 1 - 10.
1. Press DEADBAND ICON .
2. Press
►PLUS ICON
if steering is too choppy or too responsive.
►MINUS ICON
if the vehicle remains consistently off the
guideline.
3. Press
►PAGE RIGHT ARROW to proceed to Lookahead.
►FIELDPILOT SETUP TAB
to return to main FieldPilot
Setup.
NOTE: Press & hold PLUS/MINUS ICONS
to quickly adjust
settings.
Figure 2-74: Deadband
Lookahead
Lookahead is used during Straight A-B Guidance mode to adjust
the vehicle’s approach to the guideline. Fine tune the Lookahead by
conducting several approaches to the guideline. Range is 0.0 - 10.0
seconds.
1. Press LOOKAHEAD ICON .
2. Press
►PLUS ICON
if the vehicle is overshooting the guideline
when approaching.
►MINUS ICON
if the vehicle takes too long to get to the
guideline.
3. Press
►CHECKERED FLAG
to complete Configure Setup.
►FIELDPILOT SETUP TAB
to return to main FieldPilot
Setup.
NOTE: Press & hold PLUS/MINUS ICONS
to quickly adjust
settings.
Figure 2-77: Example of Lookahead Adjustment
CHAPTER 3 – GUIDANCE
The Matrix allows product application and vehicle guidance to be
performed simultaneously. Once Unit Setup is complete, guidance
can begin. Providing four guidance modes, Straight A-B , Curved
A-B , Circle Pivot , and Last Pass as well as boundary
application , Return to Point guidance and RealView Guidance
Over Video , gives the user options to conform to the project
requirements.
Three guidance screens keep the user informed.
HINT: Start on the longest curve of the field. While working in a
bounded area, the guidance pattern extending beyond the
Straight A-B guidance provides straight line guidance based on A and
established A-B points will be straight line guidance.
B reference points. The original A and B point are used to calculate
Circle Pivot Guidance
all other parallel guidelines.
Circle Pivot guidance provides guidance around a central location
Figure 3-1: Straight A-B Guidance
that radiates inward or outward. It is used for product application in
a center pivot field while being guided along a circular guideline that
matches a center pivot irrigation system radius.
Straight A-B Guidance
Figure 3-3: Inward Circle Pivot Guidance
• Vehicle View creates a computer-generated image of the
vehicle position displayed in the application area. From this
screen one can access options for guidance modes, boundary
areas and BoomPilot.
• Field View creates a computer-generated image of the vehicle
position and application area from an aerial perspective. From
this screen one can access options for boundary areas and a
marked point or enter World View and Pan modes.
• RealView Guidance allows live video input to be displayed
instead of a computer-generated image.
If a Video Selection Module (VSM) is installed on the system,
two video options are available:
►One Camera View - one of up to eight camera inputs can be
selected to change the view of the video input.
►Split Camera View - one of two sets of four camera inputs
(A/B/C/D or E/F/G/H) can be selected to divide the screen into
four separate video feeds.
From this screen one can enter guidance over video and
steering angle modes.
Curved A-B Guidance
Curved A-B Guidance provides guidance along curved lines based
on an initial A-B reference line. This initial baseline is used to
calculate all other guidelines.
Figure 3-2: Curved A-B Guidance
Figure 3-4: Outward Circle Pivot Guidance
GUIDANCE OPERATION MODES
Guidance Modes
include Straight A-B , Curved
A-B , Circle Pivot , and Last Pass .
Field boundaries establish application area and determine the no
apply zone. A Boundary can be established in Last Pass
or Field
View .
NOTE: Curved guidance is recommended not to exceed 30° within
the A-B guideline.
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Figure 3-7: Last Pass Guidance with Boundary
Status Bar
Informs you of the status of FieldPilot Engagement, Guidance Mode,
BoomPilot, Boundary Area and GPS.
Last Pass Guidance offers true last pass navigation. The console
will automatically detect the nearest “applied” guideline and establish
parallel pass based on that guideline.
Figure 3-9: Status Bar
NOTE: If a boundary is established but no application occurred
during the boundary process, guidance will not initiate.
Figure 3-5: Inward Last Pass Guidance
FieldPilot Status
GPS Status
Guidance Mode
Bounded Area Status
BoomPilot Status
Figure 3-10: Status Bar Icons
GUIDANCE BAR & STATUS BAR
The Guidance Bar and Status Bar give you a quick reference to the
current guidance information and unit settings.
Informs you of your Current Speed, Swath Number (positive number
= to the right of the A-B baseline, negative number = to the left of the
A-B baseline), Navigation Activity (Cross Track Error (feet/meters),
Current Activity and GPS Status) and Accumulated Area.
Figure 3-8: Guidance Bar Examples
0
Swath
14.4
mph
2.5
kph
Current Speed
or
Swath Number
Description
FieldPilot Status.
Icon = engaged. No icon = disengaged.
Guidance Bar
Figure 3-6: Outward Last Pass Guidance
Icon
No GPS
0.00
acres
8.9
1.35
Mark A
1.20
Navigation Activity
GPS Status
Cross Track Error
Current Activity
acres
ha
Accumulated Area
Guidance Mode.
Straight A-B Guidance. Provides straight line guidance
based on A and B reference points.
Curved A-B Guidance. Provides curved guidance based
on a reference (A-B) line.
Circle Pivot Guidance. Provides guidance around a
central location that radiates inward or outward.
Last Pass Guidance. The console will detect the nearest
adjacent applied swath and establish guidance based on it.
No Guidance. Turns off guidance. No Icon will be
displayed.
Icon
Description
BoomPilot Status.
Red = Off/Manual
Green = Automatic
Yellow = All On
No icon = Single Boom Section (no SmartCable or SDM
installed on system).
Bounded Area Status.
Outside Boundary = Currently traveling outside bounded
area.
Inside Boundary = Currently traveling inside bounded
area.
No icon = No boundary established
GPS Status.
VEHICLE VIEW
Vehicle View creates a computer-generated image of the
vehicle position displayed in the application area. From
this screen one can access options for guidance modes, boundary
areas and BoomPilot.
On Screen Guidance
• Guidelines
►Orange Line – active guidance line
►Black Lines – adjacent guidance lines
• Coverage Area – illustrates applied area and overlap:
►Blue – one application
►Red – two or more applications
• Zoom In/Out & Perspective – adjust the vehicle’s view or
perspective to the horizon from vehicle view to bird’s eye view.
• Boom Sections
►Hollow boxes – inactive booms
►White boxes – active booms.
Button Assistance
• Zoom In/Out & Perspective – adjust the vehicle’s view or
perspective to the horizon from vehicle view to bird’s eye view.
• Points - markers for established points
►Red Point – Return to Point
►Blue Point – Mark A
►Green Point – Mark B
• Horizon Compass – general heading can be displayed on
horizon (when zoomed in)
Red = no GPS
Yellow = GPS only
Green = DGPS,WAAS/RTK
Peach = Glide/ClearPath
Figure 3-11: Overview of Vehicle View
Guidance Bar
14.6
mph
5.8
Vehicle View/Perspective
(Zoom In/Out)
or press Zoom In/Out Buttons
Mark A/B
Mark Boundary
Finish Boundary
Nudge A/B Line
Cancel Point
Cancel Boundary
Painted Coverage Area
Home/Menu Options
or press Home Button
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Horizon Compass
Guidance Mode
Navigation Guidelines
0.53
BoomPilot
Status Bar
Vehicle with Real-time Representation of
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To access the Vehicle View screen.
1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
2. Select VEHICLE VIEW
from Home Menu
.
Figure 3-12: Home Menu
0
Swath
0.0
Figure 3-14: Mark A and B Points
Straight A-B Guidance
Vehicle View
0.0
acres
Straight A-B guidance provides straight line guidance based on A and
B reference points. The original A and B points are used to calculate
all other parallel guidelines.
10.5
Mark A
mph
1.20
10.5
acres
mph
Mark B
2.60
acres
Activate Straight A-B Guidance
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the GUIDANCE
MODE ICON .
The console will begin providing navigation information.
2. Select STRAIGHT A-B GUIDANCE .
Figure 3-15: Straight A-B Guidance
◄Status Bar Icon will change to
.
Figure 3-13: Guidance Mode Selection
0
Swath
0.0
0
0.0
3.57
0.0
Swath
acres
acres
Guidance Mode Select
Guidance Modes
include Straight A-B
, Curved A-B
,
Circle Pivot
, Last Pass
, and No Guidance Mode .
Marking A and B Points
Guidance with SmartCable or SDM
• Turn the controller master switch to the “On” position. The
individual boom section switches should remain in the “Off”
position.
• Activate BoomPilot. See BoomPilot
section for details.
• 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.
NOTE: This does not apply unless a SmartCable or SDM is installed
on the system.
1. Drive to the desired location of Point A .
2. While the vehicle is in motion, press MARK A ICON A .
3. Drive to the desired location of Point B .
4. Press the MARK B ICON B to establish the A-B line.
NOTE: The MARK B ICON B is not available for selection (grayed
out) until the minimum distance is traveled (9.84 ft / 3.0 m).
Use CANCEL MARK ICON
to cancel the Mark A command and
revert to the previous A-B guideline (when established).
NOTE: A compass is displayed during perspective view (the ZOOM
IN BUTTON
or ZOOM IN ICON
is used to display the
horizon).
A+ Nudge Feature
The A+ Nudge feature allows the existing A-B guideline to be shifted
to the vehicle’s current location.
1. Press A+ NUDGE ICON
A
to establish the new guideline.
Figure 3-16: A+ Nudge
-2
Swath
5.1
3.80
-2
acres
Swath
0.0
3.81
acres
A+ Nudge Feature
Figure 3-18: Mark A and B Points
Curved A-B Guidance
Curved A-B Guidance provides guidance along curved lines based
on an initial A-B reference line. This initial baseline is used to
calculate all other guidelines.
10.5
mph
Mark A
1.20
10.5
acres
mph
Mark B
2.60
acres
1. Press A+ NUDGE ICON
Activate Curved A-B Guidance
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the GUIDANCE
MODE ICON .
The console will begin providing navigation information.
2. Select CURVED A-B GUIDANCE .
Figure 3-19: Curved A-B Guidance
◄Status Bar Icon will change to
.
Figure 3-17: Guidance Mode Selection
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Swath
0.0
-1
0.0
acres
The A+ Nudge feature allows the existing A-B guideline to be shifted
to the vehicle’s current location.
Swath
3.2
A
to establish the new guideline.
Figure 3-20: A+ Nudge
-2
5.1
Swath
3.80
-2
acres
Swath
0.0
3.81
acres
8.96
acres
Circle Pivot Guidance
Circle Pivot guidance provides guidance around a central location
that radiates inward or outward. It is used for product application in
a center pivot field while being guided along a circular guideline that
matches a center pivot irrigation system radius.
Activate Circle Pivot Guidance
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the GUIDANCE
MODE ICON .
2. Select CIRCLE PIVOT GUIDANCE .
◄Status Bar Icon will change to
.
Figure 3-21: Guidance Mode Selection
Marking A and B Points
1. Drive to the desired location of Point A .
2. While the vehicle is in motion, press MARK A ICON A .
3. Drive to the desired location of Point B .
4. Press the MARK B ICON B to establish the A-B line.
NOTE: The MARK B ICON B is not available for selection (grayed
out) until the minimum distance is traveled (9.84 ft / 3.0 m).
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0.0
0.0
acres
Use CANCEL MARK ICON
to cancel the Mark A command and
revert to the previous A-B guideline (when established).
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Marking A and B Points
1. Drive to the desired location of Point A .
2. While the vehicle is in motion, press MARK A ICON A .
3. Drive along the arc that the pivot would create (a wheel track is a
good guide) to the desired location of Point B .
4. Press the MARK B ICON B to establish the A-B arc.
NOTE: The MARK B ICON B is not available for selection (grayed
out) until the minimum distance is traveled (164 ft / 50.0 m)
or if driving in a straight line.
Use CANCEL MARK ICON
to cancel the Mark A command and
revert to the previous A-B guideline (when established).
NOTE: It is not necessary to drive the entire circumference of the
center pivot in order to initiate guidance.
Figure 3-22: Mark A and B Points
10.5
Mark A
mph
1.20
10.5
acres
mph
Figure 3-25: Last Pass Guidance
Last Pass Guidance
Last Pass Guidance offers true last pass navigation. The console will
automatically detect the nearest applied area and establish parallel
guideline based on that area.
6.2
acres
NOTE: If a boundary is established but no application occurred
during the boundary process, guidance will not initiate.
Activate Last Pass Guidance
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the GUIDANCE
MODE ICON .
2. Select LAST PASS GUIDANCE .
◄Status Bar Icon will change to
.
Figure 3-24: Guidance Mode Selection
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Mark B
3
mph
0.0
0.0
acres
2.60
Create Field Boundary
Field boundaries establish application area and determine the no
apply zone.
NOTE: A Field Boundary can be created in either Last Pass
Guidance while in Vehicle View or during any guidance while
in Field View.
acres
To create a field boundary:
The console will begin providing navigation information.
Figure 3-23: Circle Pivot Guidance
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Swath
0.0
5.36
acres
Last Pass
1. Drive to a desired location to apply the first pass.
2. Travel next to the applied area.
The console will begin providing navigation information.
NOTE: If a boundary is established but no application occurred
during the boundary process, guidance will not initiate.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Drive to a desired location at the perimeter of the field/area.
While the vehicle is in motion, press BOUNDARY ICON .
Travel the perimeter of the field/area.
Finish boundary:
►Travel to within a swath width of the starting point. The
boundary will close automatically (the white guideline will turn
black).
►Press BOUNDARY FINISH ICON . A straight line will
complete the boundary between your current location and the
starting point.
NOTE: If a swath was applied while creating a boundary, the
boundary line will be to the exterior of the applied swath.
is not available for
NOTE: The BOUNDARY FINISH ICON
selection (grayed out) until the minimum distance is traveled
(five-times the swath width).
Use CANCEL BOUNDARY ICON
to cancel the new field
boundary process and revert to the previous boundary (when
established).
Figure 3-26: Boundary in Progress
3
6.2
mph
acres
Figure 3-29: Job Information
No Guidance Mode
No Guidance Mode turns off Straight A-B
, Curved A-B
,
Circle Pivot
and Last Pass
guidance. Established points and
guidelines can be turned on by selecting the appropriate guidance.
To turn off all guidance:
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the GUIDANCE
MODE ICON .
2. Select NO GUIDANCE .
◄Status Bar will have no icon.
Figure 3-28: Guidance Off
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0.0
Swath
acres
Home Menu
The Home Button
or Home Icon
gives you access to the
unit’s three functions: Setup, Guidance and Monitoring. The six
touch screen Menu Options (Unit Setup , Vehicle View ,
Field View
, RealView Guidance , Job View
and Boom
Monitoring ) quickly access all aspects of the unit.
Figure 3-27: Boundary Complete
3
6.2
mph
acres
To view the Home Menu options:
NOTE: No Guidance Mode does not delete established guide lines
or points from the console.
Clear Guidance Modes
To clear all guidance points, lines, boundaries and totals:
NOTE: In correspondence to your current location, the IN
BOUNDARY ICON
or OUT BOUNDARY ICON
is displayed on the Status Bar once the boundary is
established.
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1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
Figure 3-30: Home Menu
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Swath
0.0
0.0
acres
1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
2. Press JOB VIEW
.
3. Press JOB INFORMATION TAB .
4. Press TRASH CAN ICON to delete the associated data.
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Zoom In/Out & Perspective
Zoom In/Out & Perspective is used to adjust the
vehicle’s view or perspective to the horizon from vehicle
view to bird’s eye view.
To adjust the view or perspective:
1. Press
►ZOOM IN/OUT BUTTONS
►the screen to activate the icons and select the ZOOM IN/OUT
ICONS
.
◄Zoom In
will adjust view to vehicle view displaying a
compass on the horizon
◄Zoom Out
will adjust view to bird’s eye view
NOTE: Press & hold ZOOM IN/OUT BUTTONS
or ZOOM IN/
OUT ICONS
to quickly adjust settings.
Figure 3-31: Zoom In to Out
5
10.0
23
10.1
mph
acres
Swath
acres
Off/Manual & Automatic
BoomPilot
BoomPilot is used to set BoomPilot to Off/Manual
or All On .
NOTE: GPS is unavailable when the BOOMPILOT ICON is gray
BoomPilot status bar icon will be Off/Manual .
5
10.2
23
10.3
acres
Swath
acres
5
10.5
23
10.6
mph
acres
Swath
acres
.
NOTE: The BOOMPILOT ICON
is unavailable if a SmartCable
or Section Driver Module (SDM) is not present. To activate
the boom, a status switch must be used. Only one Boom
Section width will be illustrated and the Status Bar will have
no icon.
Guidance with SmartCable or SDM
• Turn the controller master switch to the “On” position. The
individual boom section switches should remain in the “Off”
position.
• 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.
NOTE: This does not apply unless a SmartCable or SDM is
installed on the system.
mph
To switch BoomPilot between Off/Manual
, Automatic
and Automatic
.
1. Press BOOMPILOT ICON
◄Off/Manual – Status Bar Icon will change to Red
◄Automatic – Status Bar Icon will change to Green
.
All Booms On Mode
To turn all booms on
1. Press and hold BOOMPILOT ICON
.
◄All On – Status Bar Icon will change to Yellow
Figure 3-32: Automatic to All Booms On Mode
5
10.2
5
10.2
mph
acres
mph
acres
.
FIELD VIEW
Field View creates a computer-generated image of the
vehicle position and application area from an aerial
perspective. From this screen one can access options for boundary
areas and a marked point or enter World View and Pan modes.
On Screen Guidance
• Guidelines
►Orange – active guidance line
►Black – boundary line
Field View
Field Boundary
To access the Field View screen.
Field boundaries establish application area and determine the no
apply zone.
1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen. NOTE: A Field Boundary can be created in either Last Pass
Guidance while in Vehicle View or during any guidance while
2. Select FIELD VIEW
from Home Menu
.
in Field View.
Figure 3-33: Home Menu - Field View
To create a field boundary:
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acres
• Points - markers for established points
►Red Point – Return to Point
►Blue Point – Mark A
►Green Point – Mark B
• Coverage Area – illustrates applied area and overlap:
►Blue – one application
►Red – two or more applications
• Zoom In/Out – adjust the map’s visible area.
Button Assistance
• Zoom In/Out & Perspective – adjust the map’s visible area.
Guidance Bar
mph
5.8
acres
Field View
(Zoom In/Out)
or can use Zoom In/Out
Buttons
Mark Point
Return to Point
Cancel Boundary
Cancel Point
World View
Home/Menu Options
or press Home Button
Pan Mode
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Use CANCEL BOUNDARY ICON
to cancel the new field
boundary process and revert to the previous boundary (when
established).
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Mark Boundary
Finish Boundary
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Drive to a desired location at the perimeter of the field/area.
While the vehicle is in motion, press BOUNDARY ICON .
Travel the perimeter of the field/area.
Finish boundary:
►Travel to within a swath width of the starting point. The
boundary will close automatically (the white guideline will turn
black).
►Press BOUNDARY FINISH ICON . A straight line will
complete the boundary between your current location and the
starting point.
NOTE: If a swath was applied while creating a boundary, the
boundary line will be to the exterior of the applied swath.
NOTE: The BOUNDARY FINISH ICON
is not available for
selection (grayed out) until the minimum distance is traveled
(five-times the swath width).
Figure 3-34: Overview of Field View
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Status Bar
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Figure 3-35: Boundary in Progress
Distance to Established Point
Return to Point
12.3
2.75
mph
acres
Return to Point guidance in Field View provides a straight line
distance back to an established point. While in Vehicle View, Return
to Point Guidance also provides navigation back to an established
point.
Marking Return Point
1. Drive to the desired location of Return Point
2. Press ADD POINT ICON .
Figure 3-37: Mark Return Point
10
mph
0.0
.
1. Press the RETURN TO POINT ICON .
The console will begin providing the distance information on the
Guidance Bar from the vehicle to the established point.
Use CANCEL RETURN TO POINT ICON
established point.
to delete the
Figure 3-39: Return to Point Guidance
10
mph
59 ft
2.53
acres
2.52
acres
Figure 3-36: Boundary Established
12.4
4.92
mph
acres
Guidance Back to Established Point in Vehicle View
Return to Point Guidance can be followed in Vehicle View.
Figure 3-38: Return Point Established
0
Swath
NOTE: In correspondence to your current location, the IN
BOUNDARY ICON
or OUT BOUNDARY ICON
is displayed on the Status Bar once the boundary is
established.
0.0
To follow guidance in Vehicle View:
2.53
acres
or press the screen to activate the
1. Press HOME BUTTON
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
2. Press VEHICLE VIEW .
The console will begin providing navigation information. Distance to
the established point is shown on the Guidance Bar.
Figure 3-40: Return to Point In Vehicle View
10
mph
72 ft
Figure 3-41: Home Menu
5.62
0
acres
Swath
Figure 3-43: World View
0.0
0.0
5
0.0
mph
10.0
32
acres
Swath
10.1
0.0
acres
acres
To zoom in:
1. Press the ZOOM IN BUTTON
or ZOOM IN ICON
.
Pan Mode
Pan Mode allows the screen to be positioned manually as desired.
To enter Pan Mode and pan across the screen:
To Cancel Return to Point guidance and delete the established point
(CANCEL RETURN TO POINT ICON ), return to Field View.
To return to Field View:
1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
2. Press FIELD VIEW .
Home Menu
The Home Button
or Home Icon
gives you access to the
unit’s three functions: Setup, Guidance and Monitoring. The six
touch screen Menu Options (Unit Setup , Vehicle View ,
Field View
, RealView Guidance , Job View
and Boom
Monitoring ) quickly access all aspects of the unit.
To view the Home Menu options:
Zoom In/Out
Zoom In/Out is used to adjust the map’s visible area.
To adjust the view:
1. Press
►ZOOM IN/OUT BUTTONS
►the screen to activate the icons and select the ZOOM IN/OUT
ICONS
.
◄Zoom In
will decrease the amount of map area visible
◄Zoom Out
will increase the amount of map area visible
or ZOOM IN/
NOTE: Press & hold ZOOM IN/OUT BUTTONS
OUT ICONS
to quickly adjust settings.
Figure 3-42: 100% Zoom In to Out
5
mph
0.0
10.0
32
acres
Swath
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select PAN ICON
to manually adjust the view on the screen.
2. Press ARROWS
in the corresponding direction to
move the view on screen (down, left, right, up).
NOTE: Press & hold ARROWS
to quickly adjust
settings.
To exit Pan Mode:
1. Press the EXIT PAN ICON .
NOTE: Press WORLD VIEW ICON
Figure 3-44: Pan Mode
10
0.0
10.1
to center vehicle on screen.
Swath
1.3
10.0
acres
acres
1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
World View
World View is a one press option to zoom out as far as possible.
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select WORLD VIEW
ICON .
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Figure 3-45: Overview of RealView Guidance
RealView Guidance allows live video input to be
displayed instead of a computer-generated image.
Guidance Bar
14.6
If a Video Selection Module (VSM) is installed on the system, two
video options are available:
mph
• One Camera View - one of up to eight camera inputs can be
selected to change the view of the video input.
Camera Select
Split Screen
Steering Angle
Guideline Adjustment
On Screen Guidance
Home/Menu Options
or press Home Button
Guidelines
►Orange Line – active guidance line
►Black Lines – adjacent guidance lines
1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
2. Select REALVIEW GUIDANCE
from Home Menu
.
NOTE If a VSM or single camera is not installed, RealView
Guidance
will be unavailable from the Home Menu
acres
Guidance Over Video
From this screen one can enter guidance over video and steering
angle modes.
RealView Guidance
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Full Screen
• Split Camera View - one of two sets of four camera inputs
(A/B/C/D or E/F/G/H) can be selected to divide the screen into
four separate video feeds.
To access the RealView Guidance screen.
5.8
Navigation Guidelines
Status Bar
Figure 3-46: Home Menu - RealView Guidance
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Swath
0.0
0.0
acres
Full Screen
Full Screen mode allows the video feeds to be broadcast across
the entire screen. Guidelines and Steering Angle will be displayed.
Guidance Bar and Status Bar will not be displayed.
To activate Full Screen mode:
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the FULL
SCREEN ICON .
To exit Full Screen mode:
1. Press anywhere on the screen.
Figure 3-47: Full Screen w/Guidance & Steering
-2
Guidance Over Video
Guidance Over Video places three dimensional guidelines over the
video feed for navigation assistance.
Swath
0.0
2.3
acres
NOTE: Guidance (Straight A-B, Curved A-B, Circle Pivot or Last
Pass) is setup in Vehicle View or Field View. No guidelines
will be visible when guidance is unavailable.
To activate Guidance Over Video:
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the GUIDANCE
OVER VIDEO ICON .
The UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
are used to adjust the
guidelines to the horizon.
NOTE: Press & hold UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
adjust settings.
Figure 3-49: Guidance Over Video
-2
Swath
0.0
to quickly
To exit Guidance Over Video:
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the GUIDANCE
OVER VIDEO ICON .
Figure 3-50: Guidance Unavailable
2.3
acres
0
Swath
No GPS
2.3
acres
Figure 3-48: Full Split Screen
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Home Menu
Steering Angle Indicator displays the direction in which the steering
wheel needs to be adjusted.
To activate Steering Angle Indicator:
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the STEERING
ANGLE ICON .
Figure 3-51: Steering Angle Indicator
5.6
mph
0.0
2.3
acres
To view the Home Menu options:
1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
Figure 3-52: Home Menu
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Swath
5.6
mph
0.0
Single Camera Selection
The Home Button
or Home Icon
gives you access to the
unit’s three functions: Setup, Guidance and Monitoring. The six
touch screen Menu Options (Unit Setup , Vehicle View ,
Field View
, RealView Guidance , Job View
and Boom
Monitoring ) quickly access all aspects of the unit.
0.0
One of up to eight camera views can be activated in RealView
Guidance if a Video Selection Module (VSM) is attached.
No VSM
If a VSM is not installed, the VIDEO ICON
only one (1) video feed will be available.
is not available and
Figure 3-53: VSM Not Installed
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Swath
0.0
0.0
acres
0.0
acres
2.3
Eight Channel VSM
acres
When a eight (8) channel VSM is on the system, up to eight (8)
cameras can be installed.
NOTE: If installing four or less cameras, all in ports A, B, C or D,
setup screens will follow Four Channel VSM instructions.
To change active a single camera view:
To turn off the Steering Angle Indicator:
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the STEERING
ANGLE ICON .
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the VIDEO
ICON .
2. Press the desired CAMERA A , B , C , D , E , F , G or H
to change the video view.
NOTE: A camera C is not available for selection (grayed out) when
unavailable. If no icons are available, a VSM is installed, but
a single camera is directly attached.
NOTE: If a VSM is not installed, the VIDEO ICON
available.
is not
Four Channel VSM
Figure 3-54: Camera Selection
0
0.0
0.0
Swath
acres
Figure 3-57: Only One Camera Available
When a four (4) channel VSM is on the system, up to four (4)
cameras can be installed. Only Cameras A, B, C and D will be
available for setup.
0
0.0
Swath
0.0
acres
To change active a single camera view:
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the VIDEO
ICON .
2. Press the desired CAMERA A , B , C or D to change the
video view.
NOTE: A camera C is not available for selection (grayed out) when
unavailable. If no icons are available, a VSM is installed, but
a single camera is directly attached.
0
mph
0.0
0.0
0
acres
mph
0.0
0.0
acres
NOTE: If a VSM is not installed, the VIDEO ICON
available.
is not
0
mph
0.0
0.0
acres
Figure 3-56: Camera Selection
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0.0
Swath
0.0
acres
Figure 3-55: Cameras A/B/C/D Unavailable
0
mph
0
mph
0.0
0.0
0
acres
mph
0.0
acres
0.0
0.0
acres
0.0
0
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Figure 3-59: VSM Not Installed
Split Camera View
Split Camera View allows one of two sets of four camera inputs
(A/B/C/D or E/F/G/H) to be selected to divide the screen into
four separate video feeds while in RealView Guidance if a Video
Selection Module (VSM) is attached.
0
Swath
0.0
Figure 3-60: Split View
0.0
0
acres
Swath
0.0
0.0
acres
If a VSM port does not have a camera installed, a blue screen with
the TeeJet logo will fill that port’s screen quarter.
Figure 3-58: Inactive Camera Ports
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Swath
0.0
0.0
acres
Figure 3-61: Split View Selection A/B/C/D
Eight Channel VSM
When a eight (8) channel VSM is on the system, up to eight (8)
cameras can be installed. Two sets of four camera inputs (A/B/C/D or
E/F/G/H) can be selected.
NOTE: If installing four or less cameras, all in ports A, B, C or D,
setup screens will follow Four Channel VSM instructions.
NOTE: If a VSM is not installed, the SPLIT VIEW ICON
available.
No VSM
If a VSM is not installed, the SPLIT VIEW ICON
and only one (1) video feed will be available.
is not available
is not
To change active a set of split camera views:
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the SPLIT
VIEW ICON .
2. Select
►CAMERAS A/B/C/D A B C D
►CAMERAS E/F/G/H E F G H
NOTE: If only set A/B/C/D is available, cameras are only installed on
ports A, B, C and D.
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Swath
0.0
0.0
acres
Figure 3-62: Split View Selection E/F/G/H
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Swath
0.0
Guideline Adjustment
Guideline Adjustment is used to adjust the guidelines to match the
camera’s view.
0.0
acres
To adjust the guidelines:
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the UP/DOWN
ARROW ICONS
.
◄Up Arrow will move the horizon line up
◄Down Arrow will move the horizon line down
NOTE: The ZOOM IN/OUT BUTTONS
will not adjust the
horizon line up or down.
Figure 3-64: Guideline Adjustment
1
Four Channel VSM
Swath
0.0
2.3
1
acres
Swath
0.0
2.4
acres
When a four (4) channel VSM is on the system, up to four (4)
cameras can be installed. One set of four camera inputs (Cameras
A/B/C/D A B C D ) can be activated.
NOTE: If a VSM is not installed, the SPLIT VIEW ICON
available.
is not
To change to split camera view:
NOTE: Press & hold UP/DOWN ARROW ICONS
adjust settings.
to quickly
1. Press the screen to activate the icons and select the SPLIT
VIEW ICON .
Figure 3-63: Split View Selection A/B/C/D
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Along with guiding you through the field, the Matrix monitors your
current job information and the boom sections.
Job View is used to clear current job information or to save
current job information to a USB drive.
Boom Monitoring displays boom sections activity, Guidance
activity and Status Bar activity. BoomPilot can also be enabled or
disabled from this screen.
JOB VIEW
Job View is used to clear current job information or to
save current job information to a USB drive.
To access the Job View screens.
Job Information
The Job Information options clear current job information, current
bounded area, Area 1 or Area 2 totals:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select JOB VIEW
from Home Menu
.
Press JOB INFORMATION TAB .
Press TRASH CAN ICON to delete the associated data.
"Okay to erase all job data?"
Press
►Yes – a “All job data cleared.” confirmation will be displayed.
Select "OK" to return to the Job Information screen
►No – to return to the Job Information screen
4. Press
►Yes – a “Saved report/data to USB drive.” message will be
displayed for approximately 10 seconds. To remove a pop-up
sooner, press anywhere on the screen.
►No – to return to the Save Information screen
are not available for
NOTE: The INFORMATION ICONS
selection (grayed out) until a USB drive is inserted properly.
ALL
PDF
KML
SHP
Figure 4-3: Save Information
Figure 4-2: Job Information
1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
2. Select JOB VIEW
from Home Menu
.
Figure 4-1: Home Menu - Job View
Figure 4-4: Save All
NOTE: Clear Current Job? does not clear Area 1 or Area 2.
Save Information
To back up the job and store information to a USB drive:
1. Select JOB VIEW
from Home Menu
2. Press SAVE INFORMATION TAB .
3. Select from:
►ALL – all available file types
►PDF – report for print
►KML – Google Earth Map
►SHP – ESRI shape data
.
PDF
PDF
KML
SHP
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Figure 4-7: Save KML
PDF Report
Selecting to save a PDF report will create a pre-built PDF report with
associated coverage map. Customer information, weather data and
field data will have to be entered manually.
Figure 4-5: Save PDF
Figure 4-8: KML Google Data Overlay Example
Figure 4-6: PDF Report Example
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KML, or Keyhole Markup Language, is an XML grammar and file
format for modeling and storing geographic features such as points,
lines, images, polygons, and models for display in Google Earth,
Google Maps and other applications. You can use KML to share
places and information with other users of these applications.
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KML Data
Selecting to save a KML file will create a Google Earth file. A KML file
can be overlaid on top of Google Maps to view application areas on
a map.
A KML file is processed by Google Earth in a similar way that HTML
and XML files are processed by web browsers. Like HTML, KML has
a tag-based structure with names and attributes used for specific
display purposes. Thus, Google Earth acts as a browser of KML files.
Please visit Google.com for more details and viewing instructions.
SHP
ESRI Data
Selecting to save a SHP file will create a GIS (Geographic
Information System) or shapefile. Shape files are a useful tool as
many customers use third party GIS software to plot, store and
analyze data collected by the Matrix 570G.
Home Menu
The Home Button
or Home Icon
gives you access to the
unit’s three functions: Setup, Guidance and Monitoring. The six
touch screen Menu Options (Unit Setup , Vehicle View ,
Field View
, RealView Guidance , Job View
and Boom
"Balancing the inputs and outputs on a farm is fundamental to its Monitoring ) quickly access all aspects of the unit.
success and profitability. The ability of GIS to analyze and visualize
agricultural environments and workflows has proven to be very To view the Home Menu options:
beneficial to those involved in the farming industry. 1. Press HOME BUTTON
or select HOME ICON
in bottom
left
corner
of
either
screen.
From mobile GIS in the field to the scientific analysis of production
data at the farm manager's office, GIS is playing an increasing role Figure 4-11: Home Menu
in agriculture production throughout the world by helping farmers
increase production, reduce costs, and manage their land more
efficiently."
– ESRI.com
BOOM MONITORING
Boom Monitoring displays boom sections activity,
Guidance activity and Status Bar activity. BoomPilot can
be set from this screen.
Boom Monitor
To view the Boom Monitoring screen:
1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
2. Select BOOM MONITORING
from Home Menu
.
Figure 4-12: Home Menu - Boom Monitoring
0
0.0
Swath
acres
A shapefile is a digital vector storage format for storing geometric
location and associated attribute information.
Figure 4-9: Save SHP
Figure 4-13: Boom Monitoring
Figure 4-10: ESRI Data Example
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BoomPilot is Unavailable
Off/Manual & Automatic
Figure 4-15: Home Menu
If a SmartCable or Section Driver Module (SDM) is not present, a
status switch must be used. Only one section will be illustrated, the
will be unavailable and the Status Bar will
BOOMPILOT ICON
have no icon.
0
0.0
Swath
acres
To switch BoomPilot between Off/Manual
and Automatic
.
1. Press BOOMPILOT ICON
◄Off/Manual – Status Bar Icon will change to Red
◄Automatic – Status Bar Icon will change to Green
Figure 4-14: Boom Unavailable
.
All Booms On Mode
3.3
0.0
mph
acres
To turn all booms on
1. Press and hold BOOMPILOT ICON
Icon will change to Yellow
.
.◄All On – Status Bar
Figure 4-16: Automatic to All Booms On Mode
BoomPilot
BoomPilot is used to set BoomPilot to Off/Manual
or All On .
, Automatic
NOTE: GPS is unavailable when the BOOMPILOT ICON is gray
BoomPilot status bar icon will be Off/Manual .
Home Menu
The Home Button
or Home Icon
gives you access to the
unit’s three functions: Setup, Guidance and Monitoring. The six
touch screen Menu Options (Unit Setup , Vehicle View ,
Field View
, RealView Guidance , Job View
and Boom
Monitoring ) quickly access all aspects of the unit.
To view the Home Menu options:
1. Press HOME BUTTON
or press the screen to activate the
icons and select HOME ICON
in bottom left corner of screen.
.
NOTE: The BOOMPILOT ICON
is unavailable if a SmartCable or
Section Driver Module (SDM) is not present. To activate the
boom, a status switch must be used. Only one Boom Section
width will be illustrated and the Status Bar will have no icon.
Guidance with SmartCable or SDM
• Turn the controller master switch to the “On” position. The
individual boom section switches should remain in the “Off”
position.
• 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.
NOTE: This does not apply unless a SmartCable or SDM is installed
on the system.
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Icon
Icon
Description
GPS Type. Customizes system to accept GPS, DGPS, or either
type of signal.
RealView Guidance – Allows a single live video input
or a set of four live inputs to be displayed instead of a
computer-generated image. Enter guidance over video
and steering angle modes.
APPENDIX A - ICON REFERENCE
GPS Port. Sets COM port transmission to Internal or External.
Job View – Allows saving of information to a USB drive
or clearing of information from unit.
Menu Options
Icon
Description
GPS Status. Displays information regarding data rates, number
of satellites in view, and satellite quality and ID.
Description
Home – Displays Menu Options including Unit Setup, Vehicle
View, Field View, RealView Guidance, Job View and Boom
Monitoring.
Console Setup – Volume, LCD Brightness, Touch-screen
Calibration, Screenshot and About/Save.
Boom Monitoring – Allows a computer generated
view of active/inactive boom sections. Enable/disable
BoomPilot.
Volume. Adjusts volume level of audio speaker.
LCD Brightness. Adjusts brightness of the console display.
Unit Setup – Allows System, BoomPilot/Single Boom,
Vehicle, Tilt Correction and FieldPilot setups.
System Setup. Sets options for lightbar, culture (units,
language & time zone), GPS, console (volume, display
brightness, touch screen calibration, screenshot & about/save)
and video cameras.
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Lightbar Setup – LED Spacing, Display Mode and LED
Brightness.
Vehicle Setup. Sets vehicle type, antenna height, boom
direction and boom distance from antenna.
Display Mode. Determines whether the lightbar represents the
swath position or vehicle position.
Tilt Gyro Module Setup. Sets on/off and calibrates tilt
correction.
LED Brightness. Adjusts brightness of the lightbar LEDs.
FieldPilot Setup. Sets autosteer on/off, options for valve
setup (frequency and minimum & maximum duty cycles),
valve testing and FieldPilot configuration (coarse steering
adjustment, fine steering adjustment, deadband & look ahead).
Culture Setup – Units, Language and Time Zone.
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About. Displays information regarding system software as well
as the software versions of modules connected to the CAN bus.
Description
LED Spacing. Sets the distance illustrated by the illuminated
LEDs.
Field View – Allows a computer-generated image of
the vehicle position and application area from an aerial
perspective. Access options for boundary areas and
marked point. Enter World View and Pan modes.
Screenshot. Allows screen images to be saved to a USB drive.
System Setup
BoomPilot/Single Boom Setup. Sets swath overlap, delay on/
off, number of boom sections and associated boom section
widths.
Vehicle View – Allows a computer-generated image of
the vehicle position displayed in the application area.
Access options for guidance modes, boundary areas
and BoomPilot.
Touch Screen Calibration. Used to initiate a touch screen
calibration.
Unit Setup
Save. Saves console setup data to a USB drive.
Video Setup. Used to configure up to 8 cameras with
the use of a Video Selection Module. Gray = VSM
unavailable.
A
B
Cameras. Configure cameras to normal, reverse, upside down
or reverse upside down.
Units. Defines the system measurements.
Language. Defines the system language.
Time Zone. Establishes the local time zone.
GPS Setup – GPS Type, GPS Port and GPS Status
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Tilt Gyro Module Setup
BoomPilot/Single Boom Setup
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Commandes générales
Icon
Description
Overlap. Determines the amount of overlap allowed when the
boom sections are turned on and off using BoomPilot.
Tilt Correction On/Off. Turns tilt correction on or off.
Home Button. Access Home Menu options including Unit Setup,
Vehicle View, Field View, RealView Guidance, Job View and
Boom Monitoring.
0% Overlap
Level Tilt Positions. Calibrates Tilt Correction.
Zoom In/Out Buttons. Adjust zoom settings in Vehicle View and
Field View.
50% Overlap
Plus & Minus Icons. Used to increase or decrease a setting.
100% Overlap
Delay Off/On. Functions as a look ahead for timing the boom
section valves to switch off or on when entering or exiting an
area that has already been applied.
#
Number of Boom Sections. Sets the number of boom sections
(1 to 15 depending on SmartCable or SDM).
Boom Section Width(s). Designates the width for the entire
swath or individual boom sections (depending on SmartCable
or SDM availability on the system).
FieldPilot Setup
Icon
Description
Autosteer. Sets FieldPilot to on or off.
Up & Down Icons. Used to change a setting or increase or
decrease the setting.
Valve Setup – Valve Frequency, Minimum Duty Cycle
Left/Right and Maximum Duty Cycle.
Stop Light. Green Light = Start Testing, Red Light = Stop
Testing,
Grayed = Testing off.
Valve Frequency. Used to drive the steering valve.
Minimum Duty Cycle. Sets minimum amount of drive required to
begin steering vehicle left/right.
Vehicle Setup
Icon
Description
Red = Page Left or Start Test Left.
Green = Page Right or Start Test Right.
Maximum Duty Cycle. Sets the maximum speed that the wheels
will steer from left to right/right to left (lock to lock).
Vehicle Type. Selects type of vehicle steering that most closely
represents your vehicle.
Valve Test Left/Right. Verifies steering is directed properly. Used
to fine tune oil flow to calibrate wheel timing.
Antenna Height. Sets the height of the GPS antenna from the
ground.
Configure FieldPilot – Coarse Steering Adjustment, Fine
Steering Adjustment, Deadband and Look Ahead.
Direction to Boom. Sets if the boom is located behind or in front
of the GPS antenna.
Coarse Steering Adjustment. Adjusts how aggressively the
vehicle maintains the guideline in Straight A-B Guidance mode.
Boom Offset Distance. Defines the horizontal distance from
GPS Antenna to the boom.
Fine Steering Adjustment. Adjusts how aggressively the vehicle
maintains the guideline in Curved A-B Guidance mode.
Deadband. Adjusts steering if it is too choppy/responsive or
vehicle remains consistently off the guideline.
Look Ahead. Used during Straight A-B Guidance mode to adjust
the vehicle’s approach to the guideline.
OK
Finish and OK. Both are used to complete a task.
Guidance Screens
Vehicle View Options
Icon
Description
include Straight A-B
Description
FieldPilot Status. Icon = engaged.
Circle Pivot
No icon = disengaged.
Mode
Guidance Mode.
Straight A-B Guidance. Provides straight line guidance based
on A and B reference points.
A
Curved A-B Guidance. Provides curved guidance based on a
reference (A-B) line.
B B
Circle Pivot Guidance. Provides guidance around a central
location that radiates inward or outward.
Last Pass Guidance. The console will detect the nearest
adjacent applied swath and establish guidance based on it.
No Guidance. Turns off guidance. No Icon will be displayed.
BoomPilot Status.
Red = Off/Manual
Green = Automatic
Yellow = All On
No icon = Single Boom Section (no SmartCable or SDM
installed on system).
Bounded Area Status.
Outside Boundary = Currently traveling outside bounded area.
Inside Boundary = Currently traveling inside bounded area.
Icon
Guidance Mode. Press to select a guidance mode. Modes
Status Bar Icons
Icon
Field View Options
A
Mark A
, Curved A-B
and Last Pass
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.
. Press to mark the first point of the initial guideline.
Mark B
. Press to mark the end point of the initial guideline.
Grayed = minimum distance has not been traveled.
Mark Boundary. Establishes application area and determines
the no apply zone. Boundary is established to the outside of an
applied pass. Grayed = GPS is unavailable
Finish Boundary. Finalizes boundary process. Boundaries can
also be closed by travelling to within a swath width of the starting
point. Grayed = minimum distance has not been traveled.
Cancel Boundary. Cancels the new map boundary process.
Reverts to previous boundary (when established).
Mark Point
. Establishes a point at the vehicle location.
Grayed = GPS is unavailable.
Cancel Mark A. Cancels the Mark A process. Reverts to
previous A-B guideline (when established).
Return to Point. Provides distance back to an established
point. (Switch to Vehicle View to provide navigation back to an
established point.)
A+ Nudge. Shifts the existing guideline to the vehicle’s current
position.
Cancel Point. Deletes the Marked Point.
Mark Boundary. During Last Pass Guidance, establishes
application area and determines the no apply zone. Boundary
is established to the outside of an applied pass. Grayed = GPS
is unavailable
Zoom In. Icon or button decreases the area displayed on the
screen.
Finish Boundary. Finalizes boundary process. Boundaries can
also be closed by travelling to within a swath width of the starting
point. Grayed = minimum distance has not been traveled.
Cancel Boundary. Cancels the new map boundary process.
Reverts to previous boundary (when established).
Zoom In/Out. Icons or buttons adjust the vehicle’s view or
perspective to the horizon from vehicle view to bird’s eye view.
No icon = No boundary established
GPS Status.
Red = no GPS
Yellow = GPS only
Green = DGPS,WAAS/RTK
Peach = Glide/ClearPath
,
Description
Zoom Out. Icon or button increases the area displayed on the
screen.
World View. Extends screen view to the widest area available.
Pan. Allows operator to focus on specific map areas without
moving the vehicle. Arrows on screen move the view
(down, left, right, up) in the corresponding direction.
Cancel Pan. Cancels the focal area and returns to normal
viewing.
BoomPilot. Selects BoomPilot mode.
Grayed = GPS is unavailable
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RealView Guidance Options
Icon
Africa
Description
Full Screen. Removes the icons and status bars from the
screen. Guidance Over Video and Steering Angle will still be
visible.
Guidance Over Video. Places three-dimensional guidelines
over the video feed for navigational assistance.
Steering Angle. Displays the direction in which the steering
wheel needs to be adjusted.
Video Camera Select. Selects one of up to eight camera views
if a Video Selection Module (VSM) is attached.
Split Camera View. Selects one of two sets of four camera
inputs (A/B/C/D or E/F/G/H) to divide the screen into four
separate video feeds.
Up & Down Icons. Used to adjust the guidance lines to match
the camera’s view. Zoom In/Out Buttons will not adjust the
guidance lines.
Job View
Icon
Description
Job Information. Gives options to clear all current job
information, bounded areas information or area counters.
Press the trash can
to delete selected information.
Save Information.
Saves all data
Earth) and SHP
USB drive.
ALL
SHP
including PDF
PDF
, KML
KML
(Google
(ESRI) files or each individual type to
Abidjan
Accra
Addis Ababa
Algiers
Asmara
Bamako
Bangui
Banjul
Bissau
Blantyre
Brazzaville
Bujumbura
Cairo
Casablanca
Ceuta
Conakry
Dakar
Dar es Salaam
Djibouti
Douala
El Aaiun
Freetown
Gaborone
Harare
Johannesburg
Kampala
Khartoum
Kigali
Kinshasa
Lagos
Libreville
Lome
Luanda
Lubumbashi
Lusaka
Malabo
Maputo
Maseru
Mbabane
Mogadishu
Monrovia
Nairobi
Ndjamena
Niamey
Nouakchott
Ouagadougou
Porto-Novo
Sao Tome
Tripoli
Tunis
Windhoek
America
Adak
Anchorage
Anguilla
Antigua
Araguaina
Argentina - Buenos Aires
Argentina - Catamarca
Argentina - Cordoba
Argentina - Jujuy
Argentina - La Rioja
Argentina - Mendoza
Argentina - Rio Gallegos
Argentina - San Juan
Argentina - Tucuman
Argentina - Ushuaia
Aruba
Asuncion
Atikokan
Bahia
Barbados
Belem
Belize
Blanc-Sablon
Boa Vista
Bogota
Boise
Cambridge Bay
Campo Grande
Cancun
Caracas
Cayenne
Cayman
Chicago
Chihuahua
Costa Rica
Cuiaba
Curacao
Danmarkshavn
Dawson
Dawson Creek
Denver
Detroit
Dominica
Edmonton
Eirunepe
El Salvador
Fortaleza
Glace Bay
Godthab
Goose Bay
Grand Turk
Grenada
Guadeloupe
Guatemala
Guayaquil
Guyana
Halifax
Havana
Hermosillo
Indiana - Indianapolis
Indiana - Knox
Indiana - Marengo
Indiana - Petersburg
Indiana - Vevay
Indiana - Vincennes
Indiana - Winamac
Inuvik
Iqaluit
Jamaica
Juneau
Kentucky - Louisville
Kentucky - Monticello
La Paz
Lima
Los Angeles
Maceio
Managua
Manaus
Martinique
Mazatlan
Menominee
Merida
Mexico City
Miquelon
Moncton
Monterrey
Montevideo
Montreal
Montserrat
Nassau
New York
Nipigon
Nome
Noronha
North Dakota - Center
North Dakota - New Salem
Panama
Pangnirtung
Paramaribo
Phoenix
Port-au-Prince
Port of Spain
Porto Velho
Puerto Rico
Rainy River
Rankin Inlet
Recife
Regina
Resolute
Rio Branco
Santiago
Santo Domingo
Sao Paulo
Scoresbysund
Shiprock
St Johns
St Kitts
St Lucia
St Thomas
St Vincent
Swift Current
Tegucigalpa
Thule
Thunder Bay
Tijuana
Toronto
Tortola
Vancouver
Whitehorse
Winnipeg
Yakutat
Yellowknife
Antarctica
Casey
Davis
DumontDUrville
Mawson
McMurdo
Palmer
Rothera
South Pole
Syowa
Vostok
Arctic
Longyearbyen
Asia
Aden
Almaty
Amman
Anadyr
Aqtau
Aqtobe
Ashgabat
Baghdad
Bahrain
Baku
Bangkok
Beirut
Bishkek
Brunei
Calcutta
Choibalsan
Chongqing
Colombo
Damascus
Dhaka
Dili
Dubai
Dushanbe
Gaza
Harbin
Hong Kong
Hovd
Irkutsk
Jakarta
Jayapura
Jerusalem
Kabul
Kamchatka
Karachi
Kashgar
Katmandu
Krasnoyarsk
Kuala Lumpur
Kuching
Kuwait
Macau
Magadan
Makassar
Manila
Muscat
Nicosia
Novosibirsk
Omsk
Oral
Phnom Penh
Pontianak
Pyongyang
Qatar
Qyzylorda
Rangoon
Riyadh
Saigon
Sakhalin
Samarkand
Seoul
Shanghai
Singapore
Taipei
Tashkent
Tbilisi
Tehran
Thimphu
Tokyo
Ulaanbaatar
Urumqi
Vientiane
Vladivostok
Yakutsk
Yekaterinburg
Yerevan
Atlantic
Azores
Bermuda
Canary
Cape Verde
Faroe
Jan Mayen
Madeira
Reykjavik
South Georgia
St Helena
Stanley
Australia
Adelaide
Brisbane
Broken Hill
Currie
Darwin
Eucla
Hobart
Lindeman
Lord Howe
Melbourne
Perth
Sydney
Europe
Amsterdam
Andorra
Athens
Belgrade
Berlin
Bratislava
Brussels
Bucharest
Budapest
Chisinau
Copenhagen
Dublin
Gibraltar
Guernsey
Helsinki
Isle of Man
Istanbul
Jersey
Kaliningrad
Kiev
Lisbon
Ljubljana
London
Luxembourg
Madrid
Malta
Mariehamn
Minsk
Monaco
Moscow
Oslo
Paris
Podgorica
Prague
Riga
Rome
Samara
San Marino
Sarajevo
Simferopol
Skopje
Sofia
Stockholm
Tallinn
Tirane
Uzhgorod
Vaduz
Vatican
Vienna
Vilnius
Volgograd
Warsaw
Zagreb
Zaporozhye
Zurich
Pacific
Apia
Auckland
Chatham
Easter
Efate
Enderbury
Fakaofo
Fiji
Funafuti
Galapagos
Gambier
Guadalcanal
Guam
Honolulu
Johnston
Kiritimati
Kosrae
Kwajalein
Majuro
Marquesas
Midway
Nauru
Niue
Norfolk
Noumea
Pago Pago
Palau
Pitcairn
Ponape
Port Moresby
Rarotonga
Saipan
Tahiti
Tarawa
Tongatapu
Truk
Wake
Wallis
APPENDIX C - FACTORY SETTINGS &
RANGES
Description
Factory
Setting
Unit Setup
Overlap.
100%
System Setup
Delay Off.
1.0 s
0.0-10.0
seconds
Delay On.
1.0 s
0.0-10.0
seconds
Number of Boom
Sections.
1
1-15
Boom Section Width(s).
34.0 in
0.9 m
34.0 - 2952.7 in
0.9 - 75.0 m
Description
Factory
Setting
Range
Icon
Icon
Description
Factory
Setting
Range
LED Spacing.
1.5 ft
0.46 m
0.04 - 9.8 ft
0.01 - 3.0 m
Display Mode.
Vehicle
LED Brightness.
50
Units.
US
Language.
English
Time Zone.
America - Chicago
Vehicle Type.
Front Wheel
GPS Type.
GPS Only
Antenna Height.
12.47 ft
3.8 m
GPS Port.
Internal
Direction to Boom.
Forward
Volume.
50
0 - 100
Boom Offset Distance.
0.0 ft
0.0 m
0.0 - 164.0 ft
0.0 - 50.0 m
LCD Brightness.
50
0 - 100
Screenshot.
Disabled
Description
Normal
Factory
Setting
Range
Cameras.
Tilt Correction On/Off.
On
#
0 - 100
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0.0 - 10.0 m
Tilt Gyro Module Setup
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Antananarivo
Chagos
Christmas
Cocos
Comoro
Kerguelen
Mahe
Maldives
Mauritius
Mayotte
Reunion
Range
Vehicle Setup
Indian
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FieldPilot Setup
Icon
Description
Factory
Setting
Autosteer.
On
Range
Valve Frequency.
175
1 - 5000
Minimum Duty Cycle Left.
0.0
0.0 - 50.0
Minimum Duty Cycle
Right.
0.0
0.0 - 50.0
Maximum Duty Cycle.
100
Dimensions
Weight
Connector
25 - 100
Environmental
Coarse Steering
Adjustment.
25.0
1.0-100.0
Fine Steering Adjustment.
25.0
1.0-100.0
Deadband.
1
1-10
Lookahead.
4.0
0.0-10.0
Display
Matrix 570G
6.36 in. x 5.87 in. x 2.3 in.
161.5 mm x 149.1 mm x 58.4 mm
Matrix 840G
10.6 x 7.1 x 2.4 in.
27.0 x 18.0 x 6.0 cm
Matrix 570G
1.75 lbs..
0.794 kg
Matrix 840G
2.35 lbs.
1.06 kg
PWR/CAN
8 pin Conxall
Camera
5 pin Conxall
Speed/Status
4 or 8 pin Conxall
Storage
-10 to +70°C
Operating
0 to +50°C
Humidity
90% non-condensing
Matrix 570G
320 x 240 resolution
5.7 in.
14.5 cm
Matrix 840G
800 x 600 resolution
8.4 in.
21.3 cm
Input/Output
USB 2.0
Power Requirement
< 9 watts @ 12 VDC
U S E R
M A N U A L
Matrix Guidance: Exclusive Features
• RealView™ Guidance Over Video
◄Guidance Superimposed Over Video
◄Guidance Only
◄Video Only
• Bright Daylight Readable Screen
• Easy-to-Use 3D Graphical Guidance
• Coverage Mapping/Data Export
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