AEROS9040
AEROS 9040
U S E R
M A N U A L
Software version 4.11
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Safety Information
TeeJet Technologies is not responsible for damage or physical harm caused by failure to adhere to the following safety requirements.
As the operator of the vehicle, you are responsible for its safe operation.
The Aeros 9040 in combination with any assisted/auto steering device is not designed to replace the vehicle’s operator.
Do not leave a vehicle while the Aeros 9040 is engaged.
Be sure that the area around the vehicle is clear of people and obstacles before and during engagement.
The Aeros 9040 is designed to support and improve efficiency while working in the field. The driver has full responsibility for the quality and work
related results.
Disengage or remove any assisted/auto steering device before operating on public roads.
Aeros 9040 Field Computer
CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Table of Contents
1
Product Upgrades Available........................................................................................................................................................................1
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
1
3
FULL SCREEN
BASIC SCREEN USE
HOME
Aeros 9040 Console........................................................................................................................................................................................1
Buttons................................................................................................................................................................................................................2
RealView® Camera...........................................................................................................................................................................................2
Additional Information..................................................................................................................................................................................2
Simple Mode..............................................................................................................................................................7
Advanced Mode.........................................................................................................................................................7
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IMPLEMENT
SIMPLE MODE
GNSS
CHAPTER 2 – JOBS / HOME SCREEN
SETUP
Bottom Tab Keys........................................................................................................................................................3
Unavailable Options When Job is Active.....................................................................................................................3
Console Screen Colors..............................................................................................................................................4
Simple or Advanced Mode..........................................................................................................................................4
Warnings and Information Pop-ups.............................................................................................................................5
Setup Option Information...........................................................................................................................................5
Drop Down Menu Selections......................................................................................................................................5
Scrolling Screens.......................................................................................................................................................5
Keyboard Entry Screen..............................................................................................................................................6
Next Page..................................................................................................................................................................6
Checkboxes...............................................................................................................................................................6
New Job..............................................................................................................................................................................................................8
Continue Job.....................................................................................................................................................................................................8
Distance ...........................................................................................................................................................................8
Close Job.............................................................................................................................................................................................................8
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ADVANCED MODE
New Job..............................................................................................................................................................................................................8
Start Job..............................................................................................................................................................................................................8
Distance ...........................................................................................................................................................................8
Close Job.............................................................................................................................................................................................................8
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RATE CONTROL
CHAPTER 3 – FULL SCREEN VIDEO VIEW
Camera Snapshot......................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
VSM Camera Options.................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
CHAPTER 4 – SYSTEM SETUP
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CONFIGURATION
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HOME
Implement....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Implement Type..............................................................................................................................................................13
Single Section Setup ...............................................................................................................................................13
Single Section with DCM Setup................................................................................................................................14
Section(s) with ISOBUS Sprayer/Spreader Setup.....................................................................................................15
Multiple Sections with SDM/SFM Setup....................................................................................................................16
Multiple Sections with SDM/SFM and DCM with ISM/ASB Setup..............................................................................17
Droplet Size Monitor.................................................................................................................................................18
Tip Selection............................................................................................................................................................18
Reverse Sense Module............................................................................................................................................19
Guidance.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 19
AutoSteer......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Assisted/Auto Steering Unavailable................................................................................................................................20
Tilt Correction................................................................................................................................................................................................ 20
Field Level Unavailable...................................................................................................................................................21
Tilt Correction Unavailable..............................................................................................................................................21
GNSS.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 21
PRN Not Shown..............................................................................................................................................................21
Video................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
Video Setup Unavailable.................................................................................................................................................22
Sensors............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
Sensors Unavailable.......................................................................................................................................................23
Input/Output Module Pressure Sensor......................................................................................................................23
Droplet Size Monitor ......................................................................................................................................................23
Tip Flow Monitor........................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
ISOBUS.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 24
Control Channels.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Application Type..............................................................................................................................................................25
Device Setup............................................................................................................................................................25
Product Control Channels........................................................................................................................................26
TankMatic ................................................................................................................................................................26
Product............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 27
Dual Control Module (DCM).....................................................................................................................................27
ISOBUS...................................................................................................................................................................28
FULL SCREEN
SETUP
GNSS
IMPLEMENT
GUIDANCE
DATA MANAGEMENT
28
RATE CONTROL
Job Data........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
Job Data Unavailable......................................................................................................................................................29
Transfer...................................................................................................................................................................29
Manage....................................................................................................................................................................30
Reports............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 30
Options (Job Mode)..................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Machine Settings.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
Transfer...................................................................................................................................................................33
Manage....................................................................................................................................................................33
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CONSOLE
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TOOLS
HOME
About................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 34
Display.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 35
Cultural............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 35
Audio Volume................................................................................................................................................................................................ 36
Demo GNSS.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Restart Demo GNSS................................................................................................................................................37
Feature Unlock............................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
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CHAPTER 5 – GNSS
FULL SCREEN
Upload Software........................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Extras................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 39
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CHAPTER 6 – IMPLEMENT SETUP
GNSS
SETUP
GNSS.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 40
GNSS Type..............................................................................................................................................................41
GNSS Port...............................................................................................................................................................41
External Receiver Minimum Configuration Requirements..............................................................................................41
GNSS Status Information on Guidance Screens............................................................................................................42
GGA Requirements.........................................................................................................................................................42
Program...................................................................................................................................................................43
PRN ........................................................................................................................................................................43
Alternate PRN ................................................................................................................................................................43
PRN Not Shown..............................................................................................................................................................43
GNSS Glossary................................................................................................................................................................................................ 44
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IMPLEMENT TYPE IMPLEMENT
Multiple Section Output Modules.......................................................................................................................................................... 45
46
APPLICATION OR WORKING WIDTH
RATE CONTROL
GUIDANCE
Section Numbers......................................................................................................................................................46
Straight............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 46
Single Section..........................................................................................................................................................46
Multiple Sections......................................................................................................................................................47
Spreader – TeeJet.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 48
Single Section..........................................................................................................................................................48
Multiple Sections......................................................................................................................................................49
Spreader – OEM............................................................................................................................................................................................. 50
Single Section..........................................................................................................................................................50
Multiple Sections......................................................................................................................................................51
Staggered........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 52
Multiple Sections......................................................................................................................................................52
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Single Section..........................................................................................................................................................53
Multiple Sections......................................................................................................................................................54
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LATERAL IMPLEMENT OFFSET DISTANCE ADJUSTMENT
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GNSS Offset Adjustment Calculation........................................................................................................................55
Lateral Implement Offset Adjustment........................................................................................................................56
REVERSE SENSE MODULE
57
Reverse on Guidance Screens.................................................................................................................................57
HOME
TIP SELECTION 58
Preset......................................................................................................................................................................58
Current Tip...............................................................................................................................................................59
DROPLET SIZE MONITOR
59
FULL SCREEN
SETUP
Setup................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 59
Enable/Disable DSM................................................................................................................................................59
Tip Selection / Current Tip........................................................................................................................................60
Input/Output Module Pressure Sensor......................................................................................................................60
Operation........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 60
Status Bar................................................................................................................................................................60
Droplet Size Chart..........................................................................................................................................................60
Guidance Bar...........................................................................................................................................................60
GROUND SPEED OVERRIDE
61
BOOMPILOT61
GNSS
System Configuration Chart............................................................................................................................................61
BoomPilot Start Mode..............................................................................................................................................62
BoomPilot Icon.........................................................................................................................................................62
CHAPTER 7 – GUIDANCE
63
IMPLEMENT
Navigation Screens Options..................................................................................................................................................................... 64
GUIDANCE BAR
66
Navigation Activity & Boom Status............................................................................................................................66
Cross Track Error............................................................................................................................................................66
Selectable Information.............................................................................................................................................66
GUIDANCE
STATUS BAR
67
Status/Information Screens...................................................................................................................................................................... 68
NAVIGATION SCREENS
71
RATE CONTROL
Vehicle View.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 72
Field View......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 73
RealView Guidance...................................................................................................................................................................................... 74
GUIDANCE MODES
75
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Straight AB Guidance.................................................................................................................................................................................. 75
Curved AB Guidance................................................................................................................................................................................... 75
Circle Pivot Guidance.................................................................................................................................................................................. 75
Last Pass Guidance....................................................................................................................................................................................... 75
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NextRow Guidance...................................................................................................................................................................................... 75
No Guidance................................................................................................................................................................................................... 75
GUIDELINES76
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RETURN TO POINT
82
FULL SCREEN
APPLICATION BOUNDARY
HOME
Curved Lookahead Guideline.................................................................................................................................................................. 76
Marking A and B Points.............................................................................................................................................................................. 76
A+ Nudge Feature....................................................................................................................................................77
Next Guideline Feature............................................................................................................................................................................... 78
Last Pass Guidelines..................................................................................................................................................................................... 78
NextRow Guidelines.................................................................................................................................................................................... 79
Azimuth Degree............................................................................................................................................................................................ 79
SETUP
Marking a Return Point.............................................................................................................................................82
Delete the Return Point............................................................................................................................................82
Guidance to a Return Point......................................................................................................................................82
BOOMPILOT83
IMPLEMENT
87
GUIDANCE
ZOOM IN/OUT
GNSS
No Section Control Module...................................................................................................................................................................... 83
Console Only...........................................................................................................................................................83
With Optional Work On/Off Switch............................................................................................................................83
Using the Console..........................................................................................................................................................83
ISOBUS Sprayer.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 84
Console and ECU Only............................................................................................................................................84
With Switchbox........................................................................................................................................................84
With an ISOBUS Implement Status Module (ISO ISM)..............................................................................................85
ISOBUS Spreader........................................................................................................................................................................................... 85
Console Only...........................................................................................................................................................85
With Optional Spreader On/Off Switch......................................................................................................................86
With TeeJet Section Control Module and Switchbox or ISM......................................................................................................... 86
With TeeJet Section Control Module..................................................................................................................................................... 86
PAN MODE
87
APPLICATION MAPPING
88
REALVIEW SPECIFIC OPTIONS
89
RATE CONTROL
Vehicle View.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 87
Field View......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 87
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RealView Guidance Options..................................................................................................................................................................... 89
Camera Snapshot......................................................................................................................................................................................... 90
VSM Camera Options.................................................................................................................................................................................. 90
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CHAPTER 8 – RATE CONTROL
ISOBUS Rate Control
91
92
HOME
Universal Terminal Overview.................................................................................................................................................................... 92
Ready for Operation.................................................................................................................................................................................... 92
Guidance Screen Options.......................................................................................................................................................................... 93
Guidance Bar...........................................................................................................................................................93
Current Pressure......................................................................................................................................................93
Mapping...................................................................................................................................................................93
Application Control ..................................................................................................................................................94
FULL SCREEN
TEEJET DUAL CONTROL MODULE RATE CONTROL
94
Rate Control Screen Overview................................................................................................................................................................. 94
Guidance Bar...........................................................................................................................................................95
Application Mapping.................................................................................................................................................95
APPLICATION MAPPING
96
SETUP
Duplicating and Transferring Maps...........................................................................................................................96
Coverage Map................................................................................................................................................................................................ 96
Prescription Map........................................................................................................................................................................................... 96
Application Map............................................................................................................................................................................................ 97
Target Rate Map............................................................................................................................................................................................ 98
Target Rates............................................................................................................................................................98
DCM................................................................................................................................................................................98
ISOBUS..........................................................................................................................................................................98
GNSS
APPENDIX A – SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
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IMPLEMENT
GUIDANCE
APPENDIX B – AEROS CONSOLE MENU SETTINGS
102
APPENDIX C – UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
107
APPENDIX D – SETTING RANGES
107
APPENDIX E – UTM COORDINATES AND ZONES
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RATE CONTROL
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CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION
Product Upgrades Available
• Fieldware® Link enhanced data organization application
• UniPilot® assisted steering
• Pressure Sensor Interface Kit for Droplet Size Monitor
• BoomPilot automated boom section control
• TeeJet Rate Control
• Tilt Gyro Module
• ISOBUS Rate Control
• Video Selection Modules for up to 8 cameras
• Reverse Sense Module
• External GNSS receiver or antenna upgrades
• Tip Flow Monitoring
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SETUP
• FieldPilot® auto steering
FULL SCREEN
The Aeros 9040 Field Computer allows the management of multiple connected modules plus GPS mapping, Guidance, FieldPilot®,
BoomPilot®, Rate Control, Tip Flow Monitor, and data collection in a single console using CAN bus technology. This replaces multiple
consoles in the cab with one robust system.
GNSS
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
The Aeros 9040 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 Aeros 9040 is not designed for direct exposure to rain. Take care not to operate the Aeros 9040 in wet
conditions.
Figure 1-1: Aeros 9040 Console Front
GUIDANCE
Home Button
IMPLEMENT
Aeros 9040 Console
Favorites Button
RATE CONTROL
Power Button
Bright Touch Screen
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USB Ports with Rubber Covers
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Figure 1-2: Aeros 9040 Console Back
Speakers
HOME
Integrated RAM Mount
(assembly required)
WiFi Antenna Connection
Speed Digital (LAN) Connection
with Rubber Cover
USB Ports with Rubber Covers
GNSS Antenna Connection
FULL SCREEN
Power Connection
Camera Connection
with Rubber Cover
Buttons
Home
SETUP
The Home button
provides a shortcut to the Home screen.
Favorites
The Favorites button
provides a shortcut to a frequently used console bottom tab. To assign a tab to the button, navigate to that tab’s
screen, then press and hold the Favorites button until it beeps.
GNSS
Power On/Off
On – Press the POWER button
to power on the console. Upon power up, the Aeros will begin its start up sequence.
Off – Press and briefly hold the POWER button
until a confirmation screen acknowledges shut down mode.
WARNING! Wait 10 seconds before restarting the console.
IMPLEMENT
RealView® Camera
The TeeJet Technologies RealView camera allows video images to be displayed on the Aeros 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.
Additional Information
All changes are saved automatically.
GUIDANCE
The console needs to be cycled off and back on when changing or attaching equipment to the Aeros system.
Start Up Sequence
The console takes approximately two minutes to power up. During this time a series of screens will be displayed, LEDs will power on and off,
and brightness levels will fluctuate. Once the power up sequence has completed, the Home screen will appear.
RATE CONTROL
Recommended Antenna Installation
The GNSS antenna should be mounted as far forward as possible on top of the cab on a metal surface of at least 4 in / 10 cm square.
USB Ports
The two USB ports should not be used at the same time.
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BASIC SCREEN USE
The Aeros 9040 can be used as a simple current job system or advanced multi-job system. Regardless of which mode the console is in, the
basic screen functions are the same.
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• Bottom Tabs and Side Tabs access the various screens and sub-screens
• Warnings and Information Pop-ups inform user of console activities and details on setup or guidance functions
HOME
• Setup options can easily be set using the drop down menus or keyboard entry screens
To quickly find a setup feature, see “Aeros Console Menu Settings” in this manual.
The bottom tab keys are always available on screen. These keys
give access to jobs, setup options, and navigation.
Unavailable Options When Job is Active
When a job is active some setup options are unavailable: see “Aeros
Console Menu Settings” in this manual.
Figure 1-4: Examples of Unavailable Options
Home/Job Screen
FULL SCREEN
Bottom Tab Keys
System Setup
Vehicle View Guidance
SETUP
Field View Guidance
RealView guidance or
RealView camera full screen video view
NOTE: RealView Guidance options are only available with a
camera installed on the system.
GNSS
ISOBUS Universal Terminal
Rate Control (Dual Control Module systems only)
Figure 1-3: Bottom Tab Keys
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IMPLEMENT
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GUIDANCE
0.0
RATE CONTROL
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Console Screen Colors
The console is available in six color schemes. From the System
Setup Bottom Key, press CONSOLE side tab
and enter
the Display options. Press DOWN arrow
to access the Color
Scheme options to select color mode.
Figure 1-5: Color Schemes
Simple or Advanced Mode
To change between simple mode and advanced mode, see the
configuration chapter under Data –> Options.
HOME
In simple mode, only one job will be available at a time. Only
bounded area and coverage areas are displayed on the home
screen. Only the current job is available for saving in Reports. Use
with Fieldware Link is not available.
Figure 1-6: Simple Mode Home Screen
FULL SCREEN
SETUP
GNSS
In advanced mode, more than one job will be available at any time.
Client, farm, field and job names; bounded and coverage areas;
application time; and distance from selected job are displayed on the
home screen. All saved job profiles can be exported as a PDF, SHP
or KML file to a USB drive using Data -> Reports.
Client information, farm information, field information, and
prescription maps can only be inputted using Fieldware Link. A job
name can only be edited using Fieldware Link.
IMPLEMENT
A user can duplicate jobs for reuse of boundaries, guidelines,
coverage data and prescription maps using Fieldware Link or
Data -> Job Data -> Manage in the console.
Figure 1-7: Advanced Mode Home Screen
GUIDANCE
RATE CONTROL
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Warnings and Information Pop-ups
A pop-up warning or information box will be displayed for
approximately five (5) seconds. To remove the information box, tap
anywhere on the screen.
Press DOWN arrow
to access the options. Use the UP/DOWN
arrows
or slide bar if necessary to scroll through the extended
list. Select the appropriate option. To close the list without selecting an
option, tap anywhere on the screen outside the drop down menu.
Figure 1-10: Example of Drop Down Menu
HOME
Figure 1-8: Example of Information Text Box
Drop Down Menu Selections
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Backward
Some screens have more information or options that are visible
beyond the current screen. Use the UP/DOWN arrows
or
slide bar to access additional options or information not currently
visible on the screen.
IMPLEMENT
GNSS
Figure 1-11: Example of Scrolling Screen
GUIDANCE
Figure 1-9: Example of Information Text Box
Scrolling Screens
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Press the option’s icon or option’s name of any menu item to display
a definition and range values of that item. To remove the information
box, press anywhere on the screen.
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Setup Option Information
SETUP
FULL SCREEN
Forward
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Keyboard Entry Screen
Next Page
Press the ACCEPT icon
to save the settings or the
CANCEL icon
to leave the keypad without saving.
Figure 1-13: Example of Next Page
Press the KEYPAD icon
a value.
. Use the numeric keypad to enter
Press the NEXT PAGE arrow
selected item.
to set up additional options for the
Figure 1-12: Example of Keyboard
HOME
FULL SCREEN
GNSS Antenna Height (ft)
SETUP
12.5
GNSS
1
2
3
Clear
4
5
6
<--
7
8
9
0
.
+/-
Checkboxes
Press the CHECKBOX
/
to select or deselect.
Figure 1-14: Examples of Checkboxes
IMPLEMENT
GUIDANCE
RATE CONTROL
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To change between simple and advanced mode, go to Data->
Options-> Job Mode in the System Setup.
Simple Mode
In simple mode, only one job will be available at a time. Only
bounded area, coverage areas, and application time are displayed
on the home screen. Only the current job is available for saving in
Reports. Use with Fieldware Link is not available.
In advanced mode, more than one job will be available at any time.
Client, farm, field and job names; bounded and coverage areas;
application time; and distance from selected job are displayed on the
home screen. All saved job profiles can be exported as a PDF, SHP
or KML file to a USB drive using Data -> Reports.
Client information, farm information, field information, and
prescription maps can only be inputted using Fieldware Link. A job
name can only be edited using Fieldware Link.
SETUP
Setup for the specific machine and its components
must be completed before starting a job. Once a job is
active, some setup options can no longer be changed. See “Aeros
Console Menu Settings” in the appendix of this manual.
Advanced Mode
A user can duplicate jobs for reuse of boundaries, guidelines,
coverage data and prescription maps using Fieldware Link or
Data -> Job Data -> Manage in the console.
Figure 2-2: Advanced Mode Home Screen
GNSS
Once the power up sequence has completed and the console is
receiving GNSS, the Home screen will appear with the option to start
a new job or continue an existing job.
FULL SCREEN
HOME
CHAPTER 2 – JOBS / HOME SCREEN
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GUIDANCE
IMPLEMENT
Figure 2-1: Simple Mode Home Screen
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SIMPLE MODE
ADVANCED MODE
Once the power up sequence has completed, the Home screen will
appear with the option to start a new job or continue an existing job.
Once the power up sequence has completed, the Home screen will
appear with the option to start a new job or continue an existing job.
The console must have GNSS before starting or continuing a job.
The console must have GNSS before starting or continuing a job.
New Job
New Job
HOME
Starting a new job will clear the previous job data.
To start a New Job:
1. On the Home screen
, press
New Job .
The console will jump to Vehicle View.
Starting a new job will clear the previous job data.
To start a New Job:
1. On the Home screen
, press
New Job .
2. Press:
FULL SCREEN
►Yes – to automatically generate a name
Continue Job
To continue the existing job:
1. On the Home screen , press
►No – to enter a name using the on screen keyboard
Continue .
Client, farm, and field information are inputted using Fieldware Link.
SETUP
The console will jump to Vehicle View and begin providing navigation
information.
The console will jump to Vehicle View.
Distance
The Aeros 9040 is programmed with a field finder tool to assist the
user in finding the job closest to the vehicle’s location. With GPS
acquired, the job pick list will be updated every ten seconds. During
this update, the list of jobs is sorted by distance and the closest two
jobs are displayed on the top of the list. The remaining jobs are listed
beneath these.
If a selected job is in a UTM zone other than the current or adjacent
UTM zone, “Out of Range” will be displayed next to Distance, and
Continue will be disabled.
NOTE: For more information, see the UTM Zone Appendix.
GNSS
If a selected job has no recorded information, Distance will show “No
Data”.
Close Job
To close a job:
1. On the Home screen
, press
Close Job .
IMPLEMENT
To create a report of the job when closing a job:
1. Insert a USB drive into the USB port of the console.
2. On the Home screen
, press
Close Job .
3. Select:
►Yes – to create a report of the last job
►No – to return to the Home screen without saving
Start Job
To continue the existing job:
1. On the Home screen , press DOWN arrow
list of jobs saved in the console.
to access the
2. Select the job name to be started/continued.
3. Press
Start Job .
The console will jump to Vehicle View and begin providing navigation
information.
Distance
If a selected job is in a UTM zone other than the current or adjacent
UTM zone, “Out of Range” will be displayed next to Distance, and
Start Job will be disabled.
GUIDANCE
NOTE: For more information, see the UTM Zone Appendix.
If a selected job has no recorded information, Distance will show “No
Data”.
Close Job
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To close a job:
1. On the Home screen
, press
Close Job .
To create a report of the job when closing a job:
1. Insert a USB drive into the USB port of the console.
2. On the Home screen
, press
Close Job .
3. Select:
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►No – to return to the Home screen without saving
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CHAPTER 3 – FULL SCREEN VIDEO VIEW
FULL SCREEN
RealView Full Screen Video View allows live video input to be displayed. View video feed(s) and setup cameras without GNSS available.
Options for RealView Guidance are not available on this screen.
►Single Camera – a single camera is directly attached to the console
►Video Selection Module – if a Video Selection Module (VSM) is installed on the system, two (2) 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.
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• 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 adjust the camera view [reverse, upside down], go to Setup-> Configuration-> Video.
To enter Full Screen Video mode:
1. Press REALVIEW CAMERA FULL SCREEN VIDEO VIEW bottom tab
.
to display RealView options.
GNSS
2. Press REALVIEW OPTIONS tab
3. Select from:
►Single Camera View
[VSM only] – one (1) of up to eight (8) camera inputs can be selected to change the view of the video input
[VSM only] – one (1) of two (2) sets of four (4) camera inputs (A/B/C/D or E/F/G/H) can be selected to divide
►Split Camera View
the screen into four separate video feeds
– saves a still photo of the current view on the screen to a USB drive
IMPLEMENT
►RealView Camera Image Capture
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GUIDANCE
Figure 3-1: RealView Full Screen Video View
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Camera Snapshot
Figure 3-3: Single Camera Selection with VSM
RealView Camera Snapshot saves a still photo of the current
view on the screen to a USB drive.
1. Insert USB drive.
2. Press REALVIEW CAMERA FULL SCREEN VIDEO VIEW
bottom tab
.
HOME
3. Press REALVIEW OPTIONS tab
options.
to display RealView
4. Press CAMERA SNAPSHOT icon
.
Figure 3-2: RealView Camera Full Screen Video View
FULL SCREEN
SETUP
Figure 3-4: Select Split View with VSM
GNSS
IMPLEMENT
VSM Camera Options
GUIDANCE
If a Video Selection Module (VSM) is installed on the
system, two (2) video options are available:
1. Press REALVIEW CAMERA FULL SCREEN VIDEO VIEW
bottom tab
.
2. Press REALVIEW OPTIONS tab
options.
to display RealView
RATE CONTROL
3. Select from:
►Single Camera View
– one (1) of up to eight (8) camera
inputs can be selected to change the view of the video input.
– one (1) of two (2) sets of four (4)
►Split Camera View
camera inputs (A/B/C/D or E/F/G/H) can be selected to divide
the screen into four separate video feeds.
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CHAPTER 4 – SYSTEM SETUP
FULL SCREEN
HOME
System Setup is used to configure the console, the machine and its implements. Four side tabs access options for Machine/Implement
Configuration, Data Management, Console Settings, and Tools.
OVERVIEW
Four side tabs access setup options for:
Data Management
• Job Data (Transfer, Manage)
• Guidance Sensitivity
• A
utoSteer (Valve Setup, Steering Settings, Valve Test, Valve
Diagnostics, Steering Wheel Sensor, Steering Angle Sensor)
• GNSS Receiver Configuration
• Video Configuration
• Sensors (Input/Output Module (IOM) Pressure Sensor)
• Tip Flow Monitor
• ISOBUS Configuration
• Control Channels (Device Setup, Product Control Channel,
TankMatic)
• Options (Job Mode)
• Machine Settings (Transfer, Manage)
Console Settings
• About (System Information)
• Display
• Cultural
• Audio Volume
• Demo GNSS
• Feature Unlock
Tools
IMPLEMENT
• Tilt Correction
• Reports
SETUP
• Implement (Straight, Spreader, or Staggered Implement
configurations; Tip Selection information including Droplet Size
Monitor; Ground Speed Override, Reverse configuration)
GNSS
Implement Configuration
• Upload Software
• Extras (Calculator, Units Converter)
• Product Configuration
GUIDANCE
Figure 4-1: Setup Options
Side Tabs
Configuration side tab
RATE CONTROL
Data Management side tab
Console Settings side tab
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Tools side tab
System Setup bottom tab
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CONFIGURATION
Configuration is used to configure the Implement, Guidance, AutoSteer, Tilt Correction, GNSS Receiver, Video, Sensors, Tip Flow Monitor,
ISOBUS, Control Channels, and Product.
NOTE: Feature availability will vary depending on the devices available on the Aeros 9040 system.
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP bottom tab
HOME
2. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
.
3. Select from:
FULL SCREEN
►Implement – used to set (as appropriate) machine type,
GNSS antenna height, implement type, symmetric implement
layout, section output modules, number of implement sections,
guidance width, application/working width, droplet size monitor,
tip selection, tip spacing, BoomPilot start mode, Reverse
Sense Module
● In Straight Mode – in-line/lateral implement offset direction/
distance, overlap percentage, implement delay on/off time
SETUP
GNSS
● In Spreader Mode:
TeeJet – antenna to disks distance, lateral implement offset
direction/distance, overlap percentage, delay on/off times,
spread offset distance, section offset distances, section
lengths
OEM – antenna to disks distance, lateral implement offset
direction/distance, start/stop distance, section start/stop
offset distances
● In Staggered Mode – in-line/lateral section 1 offset direction/
distance, overlap percentage, delay on/off times, section
offsets
IMPLEMENT
►Guidance – used to set the distance around the guideline that
is perceived as zero error
►AutoSteer – used to enable/disable assisted/auto steering,
as well as establish valve setup settings, steering settings,
steering wheel and steering angle sensor settings, and to
perform valve tests or valve diagnostics
GUIDANCE
►Tilt Correction – used to enable/disable and calibrate the tilt
correction function, and improve application on hilly or sloped
terrain
Figure 4-2: Configuration Options
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►GNSS – used to establish GNSS type, port, and PRN, as well
as to view GNSS status information
►Video – used to set up individual cameras
►Sensors – used to establish pressure sensor settings
►Tip Flow Monitor – used to establish tip configuration, and to
establish and calibrate flow limits and alarm behavior for tip
flow monitors
►ISOBUS – used to select information for broadcast over the
ISOBUS, and in troubleshooting
►Control Channels – used to configure the product Control
device, Control Channels, and TankMatic:
●P
roduct Control device – used to select a Dual Control
Module (DCM), and associate specific DCMs with a Product
Control Channel and TankMatic
●P
roduct Control Channel – used to configure application,
valve, sensor, and monitor settings for the Control Channel
● TankMatic (automatic tank filling system) – used to configure
tank/bin sensor type, maximum/minimum content, and
automatic filling offset
NOTE: Control Channels options are available only when the
system includes a Dual Control Module.
►Product – used to configure product name, tank/bin volumes,
target application rates, increment for adjusting target rates,
and color mapping maximum/minimum rate limits and
corresponding display colors
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Figure 4-4: Implement Type – Spreader
INTRODUCTION
Implement
Implement Setup is used to establish the various settings associated
with straight mode, spreader mode, or staggered mode. Available
settings will vary depending on the specific equipment present in the
system.
HOME
This section includes setup options for these implement
configurations:
►Single Section
►Single Section with Dual Control Module
►Multiple Sections with Section Driver Module or Switch
Function Module
FULL SCREEN
►Section(s) with ISOBUS Sprayer/Spreader Setup
Figure 4-5: Implement Type – Staggered
►Multiple Sections with Section Driver Module or Switch
Function Module and Dual Control Module with Input Status
Module or Automatic Switch Box
SETUP
NOTE: For more information, see the Implement chapter of this
manual.
Implement Type
Implement type selects the type of application pattern that most
closely represents your system.
Figure 4-3: Implement Type – Straight
2. Press
.
Implement .
IMPLEMENT
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
3. Select from:
►Machine Type – used to select the type of machine that most
closely represents your machine
►GNSS Antenna Height – used to measure the height of the
antenna from the ground
GUIDANCE
NOTE: For more information, see "Implement Type" in the
Implement chapter of this manual.
Single Section Setup is used when a SmartCable, Section Driver
Module (SDM), or Switch Function Module (SFM) is not on the
system (that is, no section control is present). The entire boom or
delivery area is considered to be one section.
►Implement Type – used to select the layout of the sections for
the applied product location
►Guidance Width – used to set the distance between guidelines
►Working Width [Spreader Implement Type] – used to enter the
total width of the implement
►Application Width [Straight Implement Type] – used to enter
the total width of the implement
RATE CONTROL
● In Staggered Mode – a virtual line is created in line with
Section 1 from which the application section or sections have
no length and can be at different distances from the antenna
(availability depends on the specific equipment in the system)
Single Section Setup
►Droplet Size Monitor [when available] – used to enable droplet
size monitoring for up to five preselected sprayer tips
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● In Spreader Mode – a virtual line is created in line with the
delivery disks from which the application section or sections can
vary in length and can be at different distances from the line
(availability depends on the specific equipment in the system)
GNSS
● In Straight Mode – the boom sections have no length and are
on a line a fixed distance from the antenna
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►Tip Selection [when available] – used to select the type of
sprayer tip (series and capacity) for determining droplet size
information
►Applied Alert – used to establish an alert to signal when
exiting or entering an applied area
HOME
►BoomPilot Start Mode – used to establish whether BoomPilot
will be controlled by speed or by the BoomPilot icon
►BoomPilot Icon – used to activate the guidance screen icon
for manually controlling on-screen application painting
FULL SCREEN
Figure 4-6: Implement – Single Section Setup
Single Section with Dual Control Module Setup is used when a
Section Driver Module (SDM) is not on the system (that is, no
section control is present), and a Dual Control Module (DCM) is on
the system. The entire boom or delivery area is considered to be one
section.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
.
Implement .
3. Select from:
4. Press NEXT PAGE arrow
to set up specific implement
options. See the Implement chapter for details.
5. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
Single Section with DCM Setup
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►Machine Type – used to select the type of machine that most
closely represents your machine
►GNSS Antenna Height – used to measure the height of the
antenna from the ground
►Implement Type – used to select the layout of the sections for
the applied product location
►Guidance Width – used to enter the distance between the
guidelines
SETUP
►Working Width [Spreader Implement Type] – used to enter the
total width of the implement
►Application Width [Straight Implement Type] – used to enter
the total width of the implement
►Droplet Size Monitor [when available] – used to enable droplet
size monitoring for up to five sprayer tips
GNSS
►Tip Selection [when available]– used to select the type of
sprayer tip (series and capacity) for determining droplet size
information
IMPLEMENT
►Tip Spacing [Straight Implement Type and Liquid Product
Control Application Type] – used to enter spacing between
sprayer tips
►Ground Speed Override – used to set the minimum speed for
use with automatic application rate control
►Applied Alert – used to establish an alert to signal when
exiting or entering an applied area
GUIDANCE
►BoomPilot Start Mode – used to enable automatic BoomPilot
activation by speed (otherwise manually by icon)
►BoomPilot Icon – used to activate icon for manually controlling
BoomPilot
to set up specific implement
4. Press NEXT PAGE arrow
options. See the Implement chapter for details.
RATE CONTROL
5. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
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Figure 4-7: Implement – Single Section with DCM Setup
►Working Width [Spreader Implement Type completed on the
ISOBUS ECU] – used to enter the total width of the implement
►Droplet Size Monitor [available only with Pressure Sensor
Interface Kit] – used to enable droplet size monitoring for up
to five sprayer tips
HOME
►Tip Selection [Straight Implement Type completed on the
ISOBUS ECU] – used to select the type of sprayer tip
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►Applied Alert – used to establish an alert to signal when
exiting or entering an applied area
►BoomPilot Icon – used to activate icon for manually controlling
BoomPilot
4. Press NEXT PAGE arrow
to set up specific implement
options. See the Implement chapter for details.
5. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
FULL SCREEN
►BoomPilot Start Mode – used to control BoomPilot
automatically by speed, or manually by BoomPilot icon
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IMPLEMENT
GNSS
SETUP
Figure 4-8: Implement – with ISOBUS Setup
Section(s) with ISOBUS Sprayer/Spreader Setup
Some Implement options are completed on the ISOBUS ECU. When
these options are also available in the Implement Setup section, they
will be grayed out or unavailable.
2. Press
.
GUIDANCE
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
Implement .
3. Select from:
RATE CONTROL
►Machine Type – used to select the type of machine that most
closely represents your machine
►GNSS Antenna Height – used to measure the height of the
antenna from the ground
►Implement Type – used to select the layout of the sections for
the applied product location
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►Guidance Width – used to enter the distance between the
guidelines
►Application Width [Straight Implement Type completed on
ISOBUS ECU] – used to enter the total width of the implement
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Multiple Sections with SDM/SFM Setup
Figure 4-9: Implement – Multiple Sections with SDM or SFM Setup
HOME
Multiple Sections with SDM/SFM Setup is used when a Section
Driver Module (SDM) or Switch Function Module (SFM) is on the
system. The boom or delivery area can include up to 15 sections
of varying width and (in spreader mode) length. Additional options
available with an SDM include Application Overlap, Application
Delay, and Staggered Mode.
The Switch Function Module enables manual and automated control
of up to 20 booms.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
.
Implement .
FULL SCREEN
3. Select from:
►Machine Type – used to select the type of machine that most
closely represents your machine
►GNSS Antenna Height – used to measure the height of the
antenna from the ground
SETUP
►Implement Type – used to select the layout of the sections for
the applied product location
►Symmetric Implement – used to establish if sections are
paired and therefore share the same width, offset, and length
values
►Multiple Section Output Modules – used to enable use of
multiple section output modules on the CAN bus
GNSS
►Number of Implement Sections – used to select the number of
implement sections
►Guidance Width – used to enter the distance between the
guidelines
IMPLEMENT
►Application Width [Straight or Staggered Implement Type] –
used to enter the total width of all sections of the implement
►Working Width [Spreader Implement Type] – used to enter the
total width of the implement
►Droplet Size Monitor [when available] – used to enable droplet
size monitoring for up to five preselected sprayer tips
GUIDANCE
►Tip Selection [Straight or Staggered Implement Type] – used
to select the type of sprayer tip
to set up specific implement
4. Press NEXT PAGE arrow
options. See the Implement chapter for details.
RATE CONTROL
5. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
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Multiple Sections with SDM/SFM and DCM with
ISM/ASB Setup
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Figure 4-10: Implement – Multiple Sections with SDM/SFM and
ISM/ASB Setup
HOME
Multiple Sections with SDM/SFM and DCM with ISM/ASB Setup
is used when a Section Driver Module (SDM) or Switch Function
Module (SFM) is on the system along with a Dual Control Module
(DCM) with either a Input Status Module (ISM) or Automatic Switch
Box (ASB). The boom or delivery area can include up to 15 sections
of varying width and (in spreader mode) length. Additional options
available with an SDM include Application Overlap, Application
Delay, and Staggered Mode.
FULL SCREEN
A Switch Function Module enables manual and automated boom
control (expandable to 20).
A Dual Control Module (DCM) connects to product implement
actuators and sensors, and controls release of the product by
providing the rate control function for the CAN Bus. Valve Control
outputs can be bidirectional or Pulse Width Modulated.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
Implement .
SETUP
2. Press
3. Select from:
►Machine Type – used to select the type of machine that most
closely represents your machine
►GNSS Antenna Height – used to measure the height of the
antenna from the ground
GNSS
►Implement Type – used to select the layout of the sections for
the applied product location
►Symmetric Implement – used to establish if sections are
paired and share the same width, offset, and length values
IMPLEMENT
►Multiple Section Output Modules – used to enable use of
multiple section output modules on the CAN bus
►Number of Implement Sections – used to select the number of
implement sections
►Guidance Width – used to enter the distance between the
guidelines
GUIDANCE
►Application Width [Straight or Staggered Implement Type] –
used to enter the total width of all sections of the implement
►Tip Spacing – used to enter spacing between sprayer tips
►Ground Speed Override – used to set the minimum speed for
use with automatic application rate control
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5. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
RATE CONTROL
4. Press NEXT PAGE arrow
to set up specific implement
options. See the Implement chapter for details.
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Droplet Size Monitor
When the system includes a Pressure Sensor Interface Kit (PSIK),
or a Dual Control Module with Product Control Application Type set
to "Liquid" and the Primary Sensor or a Monitor set to "Pressure",
Droplet Size Monitor can be enabled/disabled. The DSM then
becomes available on the operation screens.
HOME
NOTE: For more information, see "Droplet Size Monitor" in the
Implement chapter of this manual.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
NOTE: For more information, see "Tip Selection" in the Implement
chapter of this manual.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
Implement .
FULL SCREEN
to
►Tip Preset 1-5 – selects up to five (5) tips for quick recall,
and selected the current tip for determining droplet size
information
►Current Tip – displays the current tip
5. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
Figure 4-12: Tip Selection
SETUP
GNSS
IMPLEMENT
GUIDANCE
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4. Select from:
3. Select if Droplet Size Monitor is enabled or disabled. (If enabling,
also read displayed information and press Accept .)
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.
3. Press Tip Selection NEXT PAGE arrow
Implement .
Figure 4-11: Droplet Size Monitor
Tip Selection enables up to five (5) tips to be preset for quick recall,
and the current tip to be selected.
2. Press
.
or CONFIGURATION side tab
4. Press RETURN arrow
return to the main Configuration screen.
Tip Selection
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Reverse Sense Module
Guidance
Reverse Sense Module Setup is used when adding a Reverse
Sense Module to any configuration.
Guidance options are used to configure the Cross Track Error shown
on the Guidance Bar.
NOTE: For more information, see "Reverse Sense Module" in the
Implement chapter of this manual.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
3. Select:
Implement .
.
Guidance .
►Guidance Sensitivity – sets the distance around the guideline
that is perceived as zero error.
3. Select:
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
►Reverse Signal Delay – used to set the delay when going
from forward to reverse or reverse to forward, after which the
vehicle icon on a navigation screen changes direction
Figure 4-14: Guidance
or CONFIGURATION side tab
4. Press RETURN arrow
return to the main Configuration screen.
to
FULL SCREEN
►Allow BoomPilot in Reverse [when available] – used to enable
BoomPilot function while traveling in reverse
HOME
2. Press
2. Press
.
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GUIDANCE
IMPLEMENT
GNSS
SETUP
Figure 4-13: Implement – Single Section Setup With Reverse Sense
Module
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AutoSteer
Assisted/Auto Steering Unavailable
When a Steering Control Module (SCM) is present, Assisted/Auto
Steering options will be available.
If an assisted/auto steering system is not installed, setup options will
not be available.
NOTE: For detailed setup instructions, refer to your specific
assisted/auto steering installation manual.
Figure 4-16: Assisted/Auto Steering Not Detected
HOME
AutoSteer setup is used to enable/disable Assisted/Auto Steering
and configure Valve Setup, Steering Settings, Steering Wheel
Sensor (optional), and Steering Angle Sensor, and to perform Valve
Test or Valve Diagnostics.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
FULL SCREEN
2. Press
.
AutoSteer .
3. Select if assisted/auto steering is enabled or disabled.
4. When enabled, select from:
►Valve Setup – used to configure Valve Type, Valve Frequency,
Minimum Duty Cycle Left/Right and Maximum Duty Cycle
Left/Right
SETUP
►Steering Settings – used to establish Coarse Steering
Adjustment, Fine Steering Adjustment, Deadband, and
Lookahead
►Valve Test – used to verify if steering is directed correctly
Tilt Correction
When a Steering Control Module (SCM) or Tilt Gyro Module (TGM)
is present, Tilt Correction is available. This corrects the GNSS signal
to compensate for errors in the GNSS position while operating on
hilly or sloped terrain.
GNSS
IMPLEMENT
►Valve Diagnostics – used to test the valves to see if they are
connected properly
For detailed setup instructions, refer to your specific assisted/auto
steering installation manual or tilt setup bulletin.
►Options: Steering Wheel Sensor – used to select whether the
steering disengage sensor is magnetic or pressure sensor
based
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
►Steering Angle Sensor – used to establish and calibrate the
Steering Angle Sensor (SAS) as the primary feedback sensor
for auto steering
4. When enabled, select
or CONFIGURATION side tab
5. Press RETURN arrow
return to the main Configuration screen.
Figure 4-15: AutoSteer
GUIDANCE
RATE CONTROL
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2. Press
.
Tilt Correction .
3. Select if Tilt Correction is enabled or disabled.
Field Level
to calibrate tilt correction.
5. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
NOTE: If FieldPilot or UniPilot is being used, a Tilt Gyro Module is
built into the system.
NOTE: Antenna Height must be entered prior to Tilt Calibration.
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Figure 4-17: Tilt Correction
GNSS is used to configure GNSS Type, GNSS Port, and PRN, as
well as to view GNSS status information.
NOTE: For more information, see the GNSS chapter of this manual.
These settings are required for assisted/auto steering, tilt
sensor operation, and rate control functionality, as well as
proper implement operation.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
HOME
.
GNSS Receiver Configuration .
►GNSS Type – sets to accept GNSS source transmissions:
GPS, GLONASS, SBAS (with or without DGPS Required)
►GNSS Port – sets GNSS communication port to either Internal
or External
FULL SCREEN
3. Select from:
►GNSS Status Information – displays current GNSS status
information
Figure 4-18: Tilt Correction Not Detected
SETUP
to set up the selected specific
or CONFIGURATION side tab
5. Press RETURN arrow
return to the main Configuration screen.
to
GNSS
4. Press NEXT PAGE arrow
GNSS options.
Figure 4-19: GNSS Options
IMPLEMENT
If an SCM or TGM is not connected, setup options will not be
available.
GUIDANCE
Tilt Correction Unavailable
►PRN – selects the SBAS PRN that will provide GNSS
differential correction data. Set to Automatic for automatic
PRN selection.
RATE CONTROL
If the vehicle is in motion, the field level option will not be available.
Vehicle must be stopped for at least 10 seconds to begin to calibrate
tilt correction.
►Program – only TeeJet support technicians should use this
feature
PRN Not Shown
PRN options are only available with SBAS GNSS Type selected.
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Video
Sensors
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
NOTE: These settings are not affected by use of a Pressure Sensor
on a Dual Control Module.
Video Setup is used to set up a single directly connected camera
or individual cameras while using an Eight (8) Channel or Four (4)
Channel Video Selector Module (VSM). Up to 8 cameras can be
configured if a VSM is installed.
HOME
2. Press
When a Pressure Sensor Interface Kit (specifically, an Input Output
Module (IOM)) is on the system, options to set up and configure the
sensor will be available.
.
Video .
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
3. Select the appropriate check box(es):
2. Press
►Reverse –
Sensors .
Figure 4-22: Sensors
►Upside Down –
For normal video view
.
un-check all check boxes.
FULL SCREEN
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
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Figure 4-20: Video with 4 Channel VSM Options
SETUP
GNSS
IMPLEMENT
The Pressure Sensor Interface Kit is recognized on the Console
About screen as an Input/Output Module (IOM).
Figure 4-23: Input/Output Module
Video Setup Unavailable
GUIDANCE
If a camera or VSM is not connected, setup options will not be
available.
Figure 4-21: Video Unavailable
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Figure 4-25: Input/Output Monitor Pressure Sensor Options
If a Pressure Sensor Interface Kit is not installed, setup options will
not be available.
FULL SCREEN
HOME
Figure 4-24: Pressure Sensor Interface Kit Not Detected
When a Pressure Sensor Interface Kit is present, Pressure Sensor
options are used to enter the sensor manufacture's maximum
pressure rating and set high and low user determined pressure
alarms.
.
4. Select from:
►Maximum Pressure Rating – used to establish the maximum
pressure rating of the pressure sensor as recommended by
the manufacturer
►Low Pressure Alarm – used to enter the user determined low
pressure point at which the alarm will sound
►High Pressure Alarm – used to enter the user determined high
pressure point at which the alarm will sound
or CONFIGURATION side tab
5. Press RETURN arrow
return to the main Configuration screen.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
Press Implement .
Press Droplet Size Monitor .
Select if droplet size monitor is enabled or disabled.
Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
GNSS
Input Output Module (IOM) Pressure Sensor .
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IMPLEMENT
3. Press
If a Pressure Sensor Interface Kit is being used, the Droplet Size
Monitor options will be available.
Figure 4-26: Droplet Size Monitor
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GUIDANCE
Sensors .
RATE CONTROL
2. Press
Droplet Size Monitor
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1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
SETUP
Input/Output Module Pressure Sensor
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Tip Flow Monitor
ISOBUS
NOTE: For detailed setup instructions, refer to the supplemental Tip
Flow Monitor (TFM) guide.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
3. Select from:
When a Tip Flow Monitor Kit is present, Tip Flow Monitor options are
used to configure flow limits and alarm behavior, and to run the tip
flow balance process.
2. Press
.
Tip Flow Monitor .
When ISOBUS is in use, the ISOBUS page is used to select
information for broadcast over the ISOBUS, and to verify specific
information in troubleshooting.
2. Press
.
ISOBUS .
►Speed Broadcast – used to broadcast GNSS-calculated
speed over the ISOBUS
3. Select from:
►Tip Alarm Percentage – used to set the error reporting range
for the tip sensors
FULL SCREEN
►Tip Alarm Delay – used to set the time the console will wait after
an error has been encountered before sounding a tip alarm
►Number of Sections – used to set the number of sections
►Number of Tips per Section – used to enter the number of tips
on the specified section
►Time/Date Broadcast – used to broadcast time and date over
the ISOBUS
or CONFIGURATION side tab
4. Press RETURN arrow
return to the main Configuration screen.
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Figure 4-28: ISOBUS Options
SETUP
►Tip Balance Percentage – used to set the range for balancing
tip sensors
NOTE: The implement must be in a job and all sections must
be on to start the tip balance process.
►Tip Flow Monitor Balance – used to start the tip flow balance
process
GNSS
or CONFIGURATION side tab
4. Press RETURN arrow
return to the main Configuration screen.
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Figure 4-27: Tip Flow Monitor Options
IMPLEMENT
GUIDANCE
NOTE: The following items on the ISOBUS page are for use only by
TeeJet support technicians.
RATE CONTROL
►Universal Terminal (UT) Number [support technicians only] –
used to define the unique number for this specific UT
►Task Controller (TC) Number [support technicians only] –
used to define the unique number for this specific TC
►Number of UT Object Pools [support technicians only] –
shows the number of UT Object Pools are currently stored in
the console
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►Number of ISOBUS Control Functions [support technicians
only] – shows the number of ISOBUS Control Functions
communicating on the ISOBUS
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1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
.
Control Channels .
3. Select from:
►Device Setup – used to select a Dual Control Module (DCM),
Product Control Channel, and TankMatic
►Product Control Channel 1 – used to set up the
Application Type, Drive Type, Application Units, Primary
Sensor, and up to four Monitors, and to run Diagnostics
►TankMatic – used to set up and configure an automatic
tank filling system, including Sensor Presence, Minimum
and Maximum Tank Content, and Automatic Filling Offset
Figure 4-29: Control Channels Options
When a Dual Control Module (DCM) is present, Device Setup
options are available for associating a device serial number to a
DCM, and a DCM and identification to a Product Control Channel or
TankMatic.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
Control Channels .
3. Press
Device Setup .
.
HOME
NOTE: For detailed setup instructions, refer to the supplemental
TeeJet Rate Control guide.
Device Setup
4. Select from:
►Dual Control Module (DCM) 1 – used to associate a serial
number to the specified DCM
►Product Control Channel 1 – used to associate a DCM
number and identification to the specified Product Control
Channel
FULL SCREEN
When a Dual Control Module (DCM) is present, Control Channels
options are available for configuring the DCM, associated Control
Channels, and TankMatic (automatic tank filling system).
►TankMatic – used to associate a DCM number and
identification to TankMatic
NOTE: Next Page arrows
for Product Control Channel and
TankMatic allow direct access to setup options for those
features.
SETUP
Control Channels
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Figure 4-30: Device Setup Options
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Application Type
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In addition to the type of product (Liquid or Granular) applied by the
channel, the Application Type setting defines the type of product
relationship between the channel and the implement. Many other
Product Control Channel options (such as Application Units, Primary
Sensor, and Calibration Tables) and Implement options (such as Tip
Spacing) are based on the type of application chosen.
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Product Control Channels
When a Dual Control Module (DCM) is present, Product Control
Channels are used to configure product-control communication
channels for the DCM. Product Control Channels is used to select
product application type and units, regulation valve type, sensor
type, and up to four monitor sensor types.
HOME
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
Control Channels .
3. Press
Product Control Channel 1 .
.
4. Select from:
FULL SCREEN
►Application Type – used to select the type of product, either
liquid or granular, this channel will be applying
►Regulation Valve Type – used to select the type of drive circuit
used to control product delivery for this channel
►Application Units – used to select the units displayed to
indicate the current application rate
►Primary Sensor – used to select the feedback sensor this
channel will use to measure control valve output
SETUP
►Monitor 1-4 – used to set up one or more monitors to observe
the status of an application delivery system element
►Diagnostic – used to display unformatted data from the
device, for use in troubleshooting
Figure 4-31: Product Control Channel 1 Options
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TankMatic
When a TankMatic is present, TankMatic options are available to
establish the empty, minimum, and maximum levels for the tank, and
to calibrate the tank shape.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
Control Channels .
3. Press
TankMatic .
.
4. Select from:
►Sensor Type – used to select the sensor type used to monitor
the tank/bin, and to access Tank Sensor calibration
►Minimum Tank Content – used to set the minimum content
that can be in the tank
►Maximum Tank Content – used to set the maximum possible
tank volume
►Automatic Filling Offset – used to set the volume that will
continue to run into the tank after the fill valve starts closing
Figure 4-32: TankMatic Options
When a rate control system (DCM or ISOBUS) is present, Product
options are available for configuring product control channel names,
product volumes, application rates, increment for adjusting rates,
and maximum/minimum rate limits and corresponding display colors
for mapping. Some options are available with the DCM only as with
an ISOBUS they are configured thought the UT.
Figure 4-33: Product Options – DCM
HOME
Product
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NOTE: For more information, see the Rate Control chapter of this
manual.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
.
FULL SCREEN
Dual Control Module (DCM)
Product .
3. Select from:
►Product Name – used to enter the name of the product for the
current Control Channel
SETUP
►Actual Tank/Bin Amount – used to set the current amount of
the product in the tank or bin as calculated using a tank or bin
sensor
►Target Application Rate Preset #1-3 – used to select the target
application rate for the current application rate number
►Product Density – used to set the density for the product in
the tank/bin
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►Application Rate Step – used to set the increment for
increasing or decreasing the product application rate
►Maximum/Minimum Rate Color – used to create the color
scheme that best represents the change in rates across an
application or target rate map
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►Color Range – used to select Automatic or Manual mode for
setting Maximum and Minimum Rate Color
►Applied Rate Mapping Upper Limit [Manual Color Range
only] – used to set the maximum rate for which the Maximum
Rate Color will used (higher rates will use the selected
Maximum Rate Color)
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►Applied Rate Mapping Lower Limit [Manual Color Range
only] – used to set the minimum rate for which the Minimum
Rate Color will used (lower rates will use the selected
Minimum Rate Color)
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1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
.
Product .
3. Select from:
►Product Name – used to enter the name of the product for the
current Control Channel
HOME
►Maximum/Minimum Rate Color – used to create the color
scheme that best represents the change in rates across an
application or target rate map
►Color Range – used to select Automatic or Manual mode for
setting Maximum and Minimum Rate Color
FULL SCREEN
►Applied Rate Mapping Upper Limit [Manual Color Range
only] – used to set the maximum rate for which the Maximum
Rate Color will used (higher rates will use the selected
Maximum Rate Color)
SETUP
►Applied Rate Mapping Lower Limit [Manual Color Range
only] – used to set the minimum rate for which the Minimum
Rate Color will used (lower rates will use the selected
Minimum Rate Color)
Figure 4-34: Product Options – ISOBUS
DATA MANAGEMENT
Data Management allows for transfer and management of job
data, reporting of job data, changing of job mode, and transfer and
management of machine settings.
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP bottom tab
.
2. Press DATA MANAGEMENT side tab
.
3. Select from:
►Job Data – in advanced job mode, used to transfer job
information (delete, import, export) and manage job
information (create a new job, delete a job, or copy
a job’s Guidelines, Boundaries, Applied Data, and/or
Prescription Map to a new job)
►Reports – used to create job reports and save them to a
USB drive
►Options – used to select simple job mode or advanced
job mode
►Machine Settings – used to transfer machine settings (delete,
import, export) and manage machine setting (create a new
machine setting, copy a machine setting, delete a machine
setting, save the current machine setting to the selected file,
or load the selected file's machine setting)
Figure 4-35: Data Management Options
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When in simple job mode, job data options will not be available.
Figure 4-37: Job Data Unavailable
►Manage – when in advanced job mode, allows the creation
of a new empty job, copying of a selected job's Guidelines,
Boundaries, Applied Data, and/or Prescription Map to a new
job, as well as deleting a selected job
or DATA MANAGEMENT side
4. Press RETURN arrow
tab
to return to the main Data Management screen.
Figure 4-36: Job Data Options
FULL SCREEN
When in advanced job mode, the job data transfer screen
allows the transfer of selected jobs to or from a USB drive, as
well as deleting jobs.
SETUP
►Transfer – when in advanced job mode, allows the transfer of
selected jobs to or from a USB drive, as well as deleting jobs
Transfer
Jobs transferred to a USB storage device can be opened and
updated using Fieldware Link. In Fieldware Link a user can input
client, farm and field data as well as copy/edit jobs for reuse of
boundaries and guidelines. From Fieldware Link, jobs can be ported
back to a USB storage device to be moved back onto the console
internal storage for use.
GNSS
3. Select from:
NOTE: When a job is active/started, Transfer options are not
available for selection. Stop the current job to enable
the function.
Jobs transferred to a storage device are removed from the
console and are no longer available for use.
1. Press DATA MANAGEMENT side tab
2. Press
Job Data .
3. Press
Transfer .
.
4. Select from:
►Move Job Data to USB Storage
– used to move job data
from internal storage to USB storage
IMPLEMENT
Job Data .
GUIDANCE
2. Press
.
– used to move job
►Move Job Data to Internal Storage
data from USB storage to internal storage
►Delete Job Data
storage
– used to delete job data from internal
5. Press RETURN arrow
or DATA MANAGEMENT side
tab
to return to the main Data Management screen.
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1. Press DATA MANAGEMENT side tab
HOME
Job Data includes:
• Job name
• Client, Farm, and Field names
• Boundary
• Coverage Area
• Guidelines
• Maps (Coverage, Prescription, Application, Preset Target Rate)
• Tip Faults
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When in advanced job mode, job data options are used to transfer
job information (delete, import, export) and manage job information
(create a new job, delete a job, or copy a job’s Guidelines,
Boundaries, Applied Data, and/or Prescription Map to a new job).
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Job Data
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Figure 4-39: Job Data – Manage
Manage
Reports
HOME
Figure 4-38: Job Data – Transfer
FULL SCREEN
SETUP
GNSS
When in advanced job mode, the job data manage screen allows the
creation of a new empty job, copying of a selected job's Guidelines,
Boundaries, Applied Data, and/or Prescription Map to a new job, as
well as deleting a selected job.
NOTE: When a job is active/started, Manage options are not
available for selection. Stop the current job to enable the
function.
1. Press DATA MANAGEMENT side tab
IMPLEMENT
2. Press
Job Data .
3. Press
Manage .
.
4. Select from:
►New – used to create a new empty job with no associated
Guidelines, Boundaries, Applied Data, or Prescription Map
GUIDANCE
►Copy – used to copy the selected job’s Guidelines,
Boundaries, Applied Data, and/or Prescription Map into a new
job
►Delete – used to delete job data from internal storage
RATE CONTROL
5. Press RETURN arrow
or DATA MANAGEMENT side
tab
to return to the main Data Management screen.
Reports is used to create job reports and save them to a USB drive.
NOTE: If Simple Job Mode is selected in the Options page, only the
current job can be saved.
When a job is active/started, Reports are not available for
selection. Stop the current job to enable the function.
When closing a job with a USB drive in the console, you get
the option to create a report on the current job.
1. Press DATA MANAGEMENT side tab
2. Press
.
Reports .
3. Insert a USB drive into the console.
4. Select the job to be saved.
5. Select:
►PDF
PDF
– report for print
►KML
KML
– Google Earth Map
►SHP
SHP
– ESRI shape data
►ALL
PDF
– all available file types
or DATA MANAGEMENT side
6. Press RETURN arrow
tab
to return to the main Data Management screen.
NOTE: The file icons
or buttons are not available for
selection (grayed out) until a USB drive is inserted properly.
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KML
SHP
Figure 4-40: Reports – Advanced Job Mode
Options (Job Mode)
Options allows the operator to select between Simple or Advanced
Job Mode.
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NOTE: When a job is active/started, changing the job mode is not
available. Stop the current job to enable the function.
1. Press DATA MANAGEMENT side tab
2. Press
HOME
WARNING! Changing job modes deletes all internal job data.
.
Options .
3. Press DOWN arrow
to access the list of options.
● A user can duplicate jobs for reuse of boundaries,
guidelines, coverage data and prescription maps using
Fieldware Link or Data -> Job Data -> Manage in the
console.
5. "Changing job modes requires deleting all job data. Do you wish
to change modes?"
SETUP
GNSS
● Client information, farm information, field information, and
prescription maps can only be inputted using Fieldware
Link. A job name can only be edited using Fieldware Link.
Press:
►Yes – to make the change
►No – to keep the current setting
RATE CONTROL
GUIDANCE
or DATA MANAGEMENT side
6. Press RETURN arrow
tab
to return to the main Data Management screen.
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Figure 4-41: Reports – Simple Job Mode
►Advanced – more than one job will be available at any time.
Client, farm, field and job names; bounded and coverage
areas; application time; and distance from selected job are
displayed on the home screen. All saved job profiles can be
exported as a PDF, SHP or KML file to a USB drive using
Data -> Reports.
IMPLEMENT
►Simple – only bounded area and coverage areas are
displayed on the home screen. Only the current job is
available for saving in Reports. Use with Fieldware Link is
not available.
FULL SCREEN
4. Select:
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Figure 4-42: Options – Change Job Mode
Machine Settings
Machine Settings is used to transfer profiles for machine
settings (delete, import, export) and manage profiles for
machine settings (create a new profile, copy or delete a profile,
save the current profile to the selected profile, or load the
selected profile's machine settings).
HOME
Machine Settings include:
• Implement settings
• AutoSteer/Tilt Correction settings
• Rate Control settings
• Job-specific settings (including application rates, application
type, and Product Channel assignments)
FULL SCREEN
NOTE: Not all settings are saved as part of the machine settings.
See the appendix "Aeros Console Menu Settings" for details.
1. Press DATA MANAGEMENT side tab
2. Press
.
Machine Settings .
3. Select from:
SETUP
►Transfer – allows the transfer of selected machine settings to
or from a USB drive, as well as deleting machine settings
GNSS
►Manage – allows the creation of a new empty machine
settings, the copying of a selected machine settings to a new
machine settings, the deletion of a selected machine settings,
the saving of the current machine settings to the selected
machine settings, or the loading of the selected machine
settings to the current settings
4. Press RETURN arrow
or DATA MANAGEMENT side
tab
to return to the main Data Management screen.
Figure 4-43: Machine Settings
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NOTE: Not all settings saved as part of the machine settings are
available to be edited in Fieldware Link. See the setting
availability chart for details.
2. Press
Machine Settings .
3. Press
Manage .
Machine settings transferred to a storage device are
removed from the console and are no longer available
for use.
1. Press DATA MANAGEMENT side tab
2. Press
Machine Settings .
3. Press
Transfer .
.
4. Select from:
►Move Machine Settings to USB Storage
– used to move
machine settings from internal storage to USB
►Move Machine Settings to Internal Storage
– used to
move machine settings from USB to internal storage
– used to delete machine
►Delete Machine Settings
settings from internal storage or USB storage
or DATA MANAGEMENT side
5. Press RETURN arrow
tab
to return to the main Data Management screen.
1. Press DATA MANAGEMENT side tab
HOME
NOTE: Not all settings are saved as part of the machine settings.
See the appendix "Aeros Console Menu Settings" for details.
.
FULL SCREEN
Machine settings transferred to a USB storage device can be opened
and updated using Fieldware Link. From Fieldware Link, machine
settings can be ported back to a USB storage device to be moved
back onto the console internal storage for use.
The Machine Settings Manage screen allows the creation of a new
empty machine settings, the copying of a selected machine settings
to a new machine settings, the deletion of a selected machine
settings, the saving of the current machine settings to the selected
machine settings, or the loading of the selected machine settings to
the current settings.
4. Select from:
►New – used to create a new machine setting with no
associated implement information
►Copy – used to copy a selected machine settings into a new
machine settings
►Delete – used to delete a selected machine settings from
internal storage
SETUP
The machine settings transfer screen allows the transfer of selected
machine settings to or from a USB drive, as well as deleting
machine settings.
Manage
►Save – used to save the current machine settings to the
selected machine settings
►Load – used to load the selected machine settings to the
current settings
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5. Press RETURN arrow
or DATA MANAGEMENT side
tab
to return to the main Data Management screen.
Figure 4-45: Machine Settings – Manage
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Figure 4-44: Machine Settings – Transfer
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CONSOLE
Console Setup is used to configure the display and cultural settings,
unlock advanced features, connect to wireless network, and play
back demo GNSS data. Information about other devices attached to
the system can be found in the About section.
HOME
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP bottom tab
2. Press CONSOLE side tab
.
.
3. Select from:
FULL SCREEN
►About – used to display the system software version as well
as the software versions of modules connected to the CAN
bus
►Display – used to configure color scheme and LCD
brightness, establish screenshot availability, and calibrate the
touchscreen
►Cultural – used to configure units, language, and time zone
settings
SETUP
►Audio Volume – used to adjust the volume level of the audio
speaker
►Demo GNSS – used to start playback of simulated GNSS
data
►Feature Unlock – used to unlock advanced features
Figure 4-46: Console Options
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About
About/Save screen displays the system software version as well as
the software versions of modules connected to the CAN bus.
To aid when troubleshooting problems in the field, an end user
can use the Save button to download a text file containing current
software information to a USB drive, then e-mail the file to support
personnel.
1. Press CONSOLE side tab
2. Press
.
About .
3. Select from:
►View Information including Unit Serial Number, Software
Version, and Connected Modules
►With a USB drive in the console, press Save to save the
About information to the USB drive. Saved version information
to USB drive will confirm the save.
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONSOLE side tab
to the main Console Settings screen.
to return
NOTE:The Save option is not available for selection (grayed out)
until a USB drive is inserted properly.
Figure 4-47: About Options
Display
Display is used to configure color scheme and LCD brightness,
establish screenshot availability and calibrate the touchscreen.
NOTE: The languages available in a particular ECU may vary.
Display .
3. Select from:
1. Press CONSOLE side tab
►Color Scheme – used to choose the color scheme that is
easiest to read
►LCD Brightness – used to adjust the brightness of the console
display
►Screenshot – used to allow screen captures to be saved to a
USB drive
►Screen Calibration – used to calibrate the touch screen
or CONSOLE side tab
4. Press RETURN arrow
to the main Console Settings screen.
to return
2. Press
.
Cultural .
HOME
2. Press
.
Cultural is used to configure units, language, and time zone settings
for the Aeros console and any Electronic Control Units (ECUs) in the
system.
3. Select from:
►Units – used to define the system units
►Language – used to define the system language
►Time Zone – used to establish the local time zone
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONSOLE side tab
to the main Console Settings screen.
to return
FULL SCREEN
1. Press CONSOLE side tab
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Figure 4-49: Cultural Options
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Figure 4-48: Display Options
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Audio Volume
Audio Volume adjusts the volume level of the audio speaker.
1. Press CONSOLE side tab
2. Press
.
3. Press:
HOME
►DOWN arrow
to increase the sound
1. Press CONSOLE side tab
to soften the sound
or CONSOLE side tab
4. Press RETURN arrow
to the main Console Settings screen.
Figure 4-50: Audio Volume Options
Demo GNSS is used to start the playback of a simulated GNSS
signal.
WARNING! This tool will disable incoming GNSS positions and begin
playing back simulated data. A console reboot is necessary
in order to restore real GNSS.
Audio Volume .
►UP arrow
Demo GNSS
to return
2. Press
Demo GNSS .
3. Press
Start .
.
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONSOLE side tab
to the main Console Settings screen.
to return
FULL SCREEN
NOTE: A console reboot is necessary in order to restore a real
GNSS.
Figure 4-51: Demo GNSS
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Figure 4-53: Feature Unlocked
Demonstration GNSS can be restarted.
2. Press
Demo GNSS .
3. Press
Restart .
.
or CONSOLE side tab
4. Press RETURN arrow
to the main Console Settings screen.
to return
HOME
1. Press CONSOLE side tab
FULL SCREEN
Figure 4-52: Restart Demo GNSS
Feature Unlock is used to unlock advanced features.
NOTE: The unlock code is unique for each console. Contact TeeJet
Technologies Customer Service. Once unlocked, a feature
remains unlocked unless the console is fully reset.
1. Press CONSOLE side tab
2. Press
.
Feature Unlock .
3. Press the locked feature button
. for the locked feature:
►BoomPilot for Spreader – allows for spreader application
options when used with a compatible spreader implement
2
3
4
5
Clear
6
7
8
9
0
<--
A
B
C
D
E
F
Unlock Successful!
The BoomPilot for Spreader feature
is now unlocked. Please reboot
console to begin using BoomPilot for
Spreader.
IMPLEMENT
Feature Unlock
1
GNSS
SETUP
Enter Unlock Code
4. Enter unlock code.
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5. Restart the console.
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TOOLS
Tools is used to upload software updates for system devices, and to
do various calculations on a regular calculator or a unit converter.
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP bottom tab
.
.
2. Press TOOLS side tab
HOME
3. Select from:
►Upload Software – used to upload software updates from a
USB drive for system devices.
►Extras – accesses Calculator and Units Converter
Figure 4-54: Tools Options
FULL SCREEN
SETUP
GNSS
Upload Software
The Upload Software screen is used to upload software updates
from a USB drive for system devices.
1. Press TOOLS side tab
2. Press
.
Upload Software .
IMPLEMENT
3. Insert the USB drive containing software updates into the
console.
4. Press Device DOWN arrow
software will be updated:
GUIDANCE
5. Press Software DOWN arrow
to be uploaded to the device.
6. Press
and select the device for which
and select the software update
Begin Upload .
7. When prompted, press
OK .
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8. Press RETURN arrow
to return to the Tools screen, or press
CONSOLE side tab to return to the main Console Settings
screen.
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Extras
1. Press TOOLS side tab
2. Press
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Figure 4-57: Units Converter
.
Extras .
3. Select from:
►Calculator – used to perform mathematical calculations
HOME
►Units Converter – used to perform unit conversions for area,
length, volume, pressure, mass, temperature, or angle
SETUP
FULL SCREEN
Figure 4-56: Calculator
7
8
9
/
√
MR
4
5
6
*
x2
MS
1
2
3
-
1/x
M+
0
.
±
+
=
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MC
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GNSS is used to configure GNSS Type, GNSS Port, and PRN, and other GNSS parameters, and to view GNSS status information.
HOME
FULL SCREEN
GNSS
Figure 5-1: GNSS Options
NOTE: These settings are required for rate control, assisted/
auto steering, and tilt sensor operation, as well as proper
implement operation.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
.
GNSS Receiver Configuration .
SETUP
3. Select from:
►GNSS Type – sets to accept GNSS source transmissions:
GPS, GLONASS, or SBAS (with or without DGPS Required).
►GNSS Port – sets GNSS communication port: Internal or
External
GNSS
►GNSS Status Information – displays current GNSS status
information: GGA/VTG (Data Rates), Number of Satellites,
HDOP, PRN, GGA Quality, Receiver, Receiver Version,
UTM Zone, and correction model
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►Program – allows direct programming of the GNSS receiver
through a command line interface. Only TeeJet support
technicians should use this feature. Use at your own risk!
►PRN – selects the SBAS PRN that will provide GNSS
differential correction data. Set to Automatic for automatic
PRN selection.
GUIDANCE
►Alternate PRN – when PRN is not automatic, a second
alternate SBAS PRN will provide a second set of GNSS
differential correction data
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
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In addition to GPS signals, GNSS Type can be customized to accept
GNSS augmentation signals: differentially corrected SBAS source
transmissions, uncorrected GLONASS source transmissions or both.
DGPS source transmissions can also be required.
1. Press NEXT PAGE arrow
to access the list of options.
2. Select:
►GPS – uncorrected signals from the GPS system
NOTE: GPS is always selected.
►GLONASS – adds uncorrected signals from the GLONASS
system
GNSS Port
The COM port can be set to “Internal” to use the internal GNSS
receiver and transmit out, or “External” to receive external GNSS
data.
1. Press DOWN arrow
to access the list of options.
2. Select:
►Internal – use the internal GNSS and transmit out
HOME
GNSS Type
►External – receive external GNSS data
NOTE: Working with signals such as OmniSTAR HP/XP or RTK will
require GNSS Port to be set to External.
Figure 5-3: GNSS Port
FULL SCREEN
►SBAS (e.g. EGNOS, GAGAN, MSAS, SDCM, WAAS) – adds
differentially corrected signals from the SBAS system
►DGPS Required – adds differentially corrected GPS signals
(SBAS must also be selected)
NOTE: The console will not allow guidance in DGPS
Required mode without the corrected DGPS signal.
Internal
External
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3. Exit this screen to begin initializing the GNSS receiver. This
takes about a minute, and the console will not respond until
complete.
External Receiver Minimum Configuration Requirements
GNSS
Figure 5-2: GNSS Type
Before the Aeros will connect and work with an external GNSS
receiver, these minimum configuration requirements must be met.
Baud rate:
19,200
Data Bits:
8
Parity:
None
Stop Bits:
1
IMPLEMENT
Serial Port Settings
Male 9-pin RS-232 serial cable
NOTE: May require Null modem adapter depending on pin-out of
receiver.
GUIDANCE
Serial Port connection requirements
5 Hz
Optional VTG
5 Hz, 2 Hz, Off
ZDA
0.2 Hz
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GGA
RATE CONTROL
NMEA Strings
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GNSS Status Information
GNSS Status Information displays a snapshot of the current GNSS
status information.
1. Press
View Status .
2. View data including:
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◄GGA/VTG Data Rates – the number of GNSS positions per
second.
GNSS Status Information on Guidance Screens
GNSS Status displays information regarding current GNSS status,
including data rates, number of satellites in view, HDOP and PRN
status, receiver and version, satellite quality and ID, and UTM zone.
1. Press GNSS STATUS icon
:
Figure 5-5: Guidance Screen GNSS Status Information
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ac
◄Number of Satellites – the number of GNSS satellites in view
(minimum of 4 are required for DGPS)
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GGA Rate: 5 Hz
VTG Rate: 5 Hz
Number of Satellites: 8
HDOP: 0.8
PRN: 138
GGA Quality: 2
Receiver: 7
Receiver Version: 010201
UTM Zone: 11
Model: LXGMTS
◄HDOP – a measure of satellite geometry strength in the
horizontal plane. A HDOP value of less than 2 is preferred.
◄PRN – the current DGPS satellite ID
◄GGA Quality – the current quality indicator of the GNSS signal
(see GGA Requirements chart)
◄Receiver – the current indicator of the receiver
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◄Receiver Version – the software version installed on the
receiver
◄UTM Zone – zone where currently located (see "UTM
Coordinates and Zones" in this manual)
◄Model – the correction models available to be used with the
current receiver configuration
GGA Requirements
GGA Quality required to be able to work with various types of signal
can vary. See table below for requirements.
Service
Indicator
Accuracy
NOTE: If GNSS is not available, all entries will be “Invalid”.
GPS only
1
<3 m
Figure 5-4: GNSS Status Information
WAAS/EGNOS/Beacon
2
<1 m
RTK
4
4 cm
OmniSTAR HP/XP
5
10 cm
Glide/ClearPath
9
<1 m
3. Press
OK
to return to the GNSS Receiver Configuration screen.
GNSS
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GUIDANCE
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Program
Alternate PRN
1. Press
2. Select:
Start .
2. Adjust programming as required.
Figure 5-6: Programming Receiver
When PRN is not automatic, a second alternate SBAS PRN will
provide a second set of GNSS differential correction data.
1. Press DOWN arrow
to access the list of options.
►None – no alternate PRN number
►Number – contact your local dealer for the number associated
with your operating location
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Program allows direct programming of the GNSS receiver through a
command line interface. Only TeeJet support technicians should use
this feature. Use at your own risk!
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Figure 5-8: Alternate PRN
None
FULL SCREEN
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121
122
123
124
125
126
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PRN Not Shown
PRN options are only available with SBAS GNSS Type selected.
GNSS
Figure 5-9: PRN Not Shown
PRN
1. Press DOWN arrow
IMPLEMENT
PRN selects the SBAS PRN that will provide GNSS differential
correction data.
to access the list of options.
2. Select:
►Automatic – automatic PRN selection
GUIDANCE
►Number – contact your local dealer for the number associated
with your operating location
Figure 5-7: PRN
Automatic
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121
122
123
124
125
126
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GNSS Glossary
Commercial Satellite Provider:
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Another common source for DGPS signals. Error correction
information obtained from their base stations is sent to a
communications satellite (separate from the GPS satellites) and
broadcast to the user. These satellite-based corrections tend to have
more widespread coverage than tower-based broadcasts (FM links),
and system accuracy is not greatly affected by the user’s distance
from the base station receivers. Most of these service providers
require a subscription fee for use. A commonly known provider is
OmniSTAR®.
FULL SCREEN
CORS (Continuously Operating Reference Station)/
Network RTK:
SETUP
A series of base stations spread across a given geographic region
(such as an entire state/county) that are networked via a centralized
computer and which broadcast RTK correction data over the Internet.
CORS networks may be publicly or privately owned/operated and
may offer a free signal or require an annual subscription fee. By
accessing a CORS network via a cellular connection, the end-user
eliminates the need to own a base station.
Differential GPS (DGPS):
GNSS
The most common way to correct for normally occurring GPS errors.
Examples of DGPS include WAAS, EGNOS, OmniSTAR® and RTK.
EGNOS (European Geostationary Navigation
Overlay Service):
IMPLEMENT
A satellite based augmentation system (SBAS) developed jointly
by the European Space Agency (ESA), European Community and
EUROCONTROL. The system is free to use and provides differential
correction coverage primarily across the European continent.
EGNOS delivers pass-to-pass accuracies of 6-10 in/15-25 cm and
year-to-year accuracies of +/-3 ft/1 m.
GUIDANCE
GLONASS (Global Navigation Satellite System):
RATE CONTROL
A global satellite navigation system developed and operated by the
Russian government. It is composed of approximately 24 satellites
which continuously orbit the earth. While early GNSS receivers
typically utilized only GPS signals, many of today’s GNSS receivers
can utilize signals from both GPS and GLONASS, effectively
increasing the total number of satellites available for use.
GPS (Global Positioning System):
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The name of the satellite-navigation network maintained by the U.S.
Department of Defense. It is composed of approximately 30 satellites
which continuously orbit the earth. The term is also used to refer to
any device that depends on navigation satellites for functionality.
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NTRIP (Networked Transportation of RTCM via
Internet Protocol):
An internet-based application that makes the RTCM correction
data from the CORS stations available to anyone with an internet
connection and the appropriate log-on credentials to the NTRIP
server. Typically uses a cellular link to get to the internet and the
NTRIP server.
GPS Drift:
Positional shift that can be caused by changes in satellite
constellation, operating near trees or other obstacles and satellite
clock errors. RTK correction is recommended for field applications
where the effects of GPS drift need to be minimized.
GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System):
A general term that refers to a multiple satellite navigation system
used by a receiver to compute its position. Examples of these
systems include: GPS developed by the United States and
GLONASS by Russia. Additional systems in development include
Galileo by the European Union and Compass by China. New
generation GNSS receivers are being designed to utilize multiple
GNSS signals (such as GPS and GLONASS). Depending on
constellation and desired accuracy levels, system performance may
be improved by having access to a greater number of satellites.
RTK (Real Time Kinematic):
Currently the most accurate GPS correction system available
that uses a land-based reference station located in relatively
close proximity to the GPS receiver. RTK can provide one-inch,
also known as centimeter, pass-to-pass accuracy and also provides
year-to-year position stability. RTK users can have their own base
stations, subscribe to RTK Networks or use CORS.
SBAS (Satellite Based Augmentation System):
A general term that refers to any satellite-based differential correction
system. Examples of SBAS include: WAAS in the United States,
EGNOS in Europe and MSAS in Japan. Additional SBAS covering
other regions of the world will likely be coming online in the future.
WAAS (Wide-Area Augmentation System):
A satellite correction service developed by the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA). It is free to use and provides coverage across
the U.S. along with parts of Canada and Mexico. WAAS delivers
pass-to-pass accuracies of 6-10 in/15-25 cm; however, year-to-year
accuracy will be in the range of +/- 3 ft /1 m.
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CHAPTER 6 – IMPLEMENT SETUP
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Implement Setup is used to establish the various settings associated with straight mode, spreader mode, and staggered mode.
Multiple section output modules may be installed on the CAN bus to
allow more sections than a single module allows. If a section control
module is on the system, the settings for Multiple Section Output
Modules should be set up first.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
Implement .
3. Press Multiple Section Output Modules NEXT PAGE arrow
4. Press
5. Press DOWN arrow
sections.
6. Press
.
Refresh .
and assign the correct Module ID to the
GNSS
2. Press
Figure 6-1: Setup options for Multiple Section Output Modules
SETUP
Multiple Section Output Modules
FULL SCREEN
Settings will vary depending on if there is section control available (SmartCable, Section Driver Module (SDM), or Switch Function
Module (SFM) or ISOBUS) or if there is a rate controller on the system (TeeJet Dual Control Module (DCM) or ISOBUS).
Activate Modules .
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RATE CONTROL
GUIDANCE
IMPLEMENT
to return to the Implement screen
7. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to return to the main
Configuration screen.
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IMPLEMENT TYPE
Implement Type selects the type of application pattern that most
closely represents your system.
● In Straight Mode – the boom sections have no length and are
on a line a fixed distance from the antenna
HOME
● In Spreader Mode – a virtual line is created in line with the
delivery disks from which the application section or sections can
vary in length and can be at different distances from the line
(availability depends on the specific equipment in the system)
FULL SCREEN
● In Staggered Mode – a virtual line is created in line with
Section 1 from which the application section or sections have
no length and can be at different distances from the antenna
(availability depends on the specific equipment in the system)
Figure 6-2: Implement Type – Straight
SETUP
5
4
Straight
The boom sections have no length and are on a line a fixed distance
from the antenna.
Single Section
No section control is available on the system.
1. Select
Straight
implement type on Implement screen.
2. Press Implement Type NEXT PAGE arrow
.
3. Select from:
►In-line Implement Offset Direction  – used to select whether
the implement is located in front of or behind the GNSS
antenna as the vehicle moves in a forward direction
►In-line Implement Offset Distance  – used to define the inline distance from the GNSS antenna to the implement.
3
2
►Lateral Implement Offset Direction  – used to select the
lateral direction from the center line of the machine to the
center of the implement while facing in the machine's forward
direction
1
►Lateral Implement Offset Distance  – used to define the
lateral distance from the center line of the machine to the
center of the implement
GNSS
4. Press RETURN arrow
to return to the Implement screen
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to return to the main
Configuration screen.
Figure 6-3: Implement Type – Spreader
6
5
4
3
Figure 6-5: Single Section
2
7
1
IMPLEMENT
GUIDANCE
Figure 6-4: Implement Type – Staggered
RATE CONTROL
4
5
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Section Numbers
3
2
1
Sections are numbered from left to right while facing in the machine's
forward direction.
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Figure 6-7: Multiple Sections
FULL SCREEN
HOME
Figure 6-6: Offset Directions and Distances
Multiple Sections
Section control is available (SmartCable, Section Driver Module
(SDM), or Switch Function Module (SFM) or ISOBUS).
Straight
implement type on Implement screen.
2. Press Implement Type NEXT PAGE arrow
.
SETUP
1. Select
3. Select from:
►In-line Implement Offset Direction  – used to select whether
the implement is located in front of or behind the GNSS
antenna as the vehicle moves in a forward direction
Figure 6-8: Offset Directions and Distances
GNSS
►In-line Implement Offset Distance  – used to define the inline distance from the GNSS antenna to the implement.
►Lateral Implement Offset Direction  – used to select the
lateral direction from the center line of the machine to the
center of the implement while facing in the machine's forward
direction
IMPLEMENT
►Lateral Implement Offset Distance  – used to define the
lateral distance from the center line of the machine to the
center of the implement
►Overlap – used to define the amount of overlap allowed when
using automatic boom section control
GUIDANCE
►Delay On Time – used to set the time when the section will
switch on when entering an area that has not been applied
NOTE: If the application turns on too soon when entering
an unapplied area, decrease the Delay On time. If the
application turns on too late, increase the Delay On time.
RATE CONTROL
►Delay Off Time – used to set the time when the section will
switch off when entering an area that has been applied
NOTE: If the application turns off too soon when entering
an unapplied area, decrease the Delay Off time. If the
application turns off too late, increase the Delay Off time.
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to return to the Implement screen
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to return to the main
Configuration screen.
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Figure 6-9: Overlap
4. Press RETURN arrow
to return to the Implement screen
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to return to the main
Configuration screen.
Figure 6-10: Single Section
HOME
FULL SCREEN
SETUP
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50%
100%
Spreader – TeeJet
GNSS
A virtual line is created in line with the delivery disks from which
the application section or sections can vary in length and can be at
different distances from the line (availability depends on the specific
equipment in the system).
Figure 6-11: Distances and Length
Single Section
IMPLEMENT
No section control is available on the system.
1. Select
Spreader
implement type on Implement screen.
2. Press Implement Type NEXT PAGE arrow
.
3. Select from:
►Setup Type – used to select
TeeJet
spreader type
GUIDANCE
►Antenna to Disks Distance  – used to define the distance
from the GNSS antenna to the disks or dispersal mechanism
►Lateral Implement Offset Direction  – used to select the
lateral direction from the center line of the machine to the
center of the implement while facing in the machine's forward
direction
RATE CONTROL
►Lateral Implement Offset Distance  – used to define the
lateral distance from the center line of the machine to the
center of the implement
►Spread Offset Distance  – used to set the distance
between the disks or dispersal mechanism and where product
initially hits the ground for the section
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►Spread Length  – used to set the length of application for
the section
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Figure 6-12: Lateral Offset Direction and Distance
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Multiple Sections
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Figure 6-13: Multiple Sections
Section control is available (SmartCable, Section Driver Module
(SDM), or Switch Function Module (SFM) or ISOBUS).
1. Select
Spreader
implement type on Implement screen.
2. Press Implement Type NEXT PAGE arrow
.
3. Select from:
TeeJet
spreader type
HOME
►Setup Type – used to select
►Antenna to Disks Distance  – used to define the distance
from the GNSS antenna to the disks or dispersal mechanism
FULL SCREEN
►Lateral Implement Offset Direction  – used to select the
lateral direction from the center line of the machine to the
center of the implement while facing in the machine's forward
direction
►Lateral Implement Offset Distance  – used to define the
lateral distance from the center line of the machine to the
center of the implement
SETUP
►Overlap – used to define the amount of overlap allowed when
using automatic boom section control
►Delay On Time – used to set the time when the section will
switch on when entering an area that has not been applied
NOTE: If the application turns on too soon when entering
an unapplied area, decrease the Delay On time. If the
application turns on too late, increase the Delay On time.
GNSS
►Delay Off Time – used to set the time when the section will
switch off when entering an area that has been applied
NOTE: If the application turns off too soon when entering
an unapplied area, decrease the Delay Off time. If the
application turns off too late, increase the Delay Off time.
IMPLEMENT
►Spread Offset Distance  – used to set the distance
between the disks or dispersal mechanism and where product
initially hits the ground on Section 1.
►Section Lengths  – used to set the length of application in
each section. Each section can be a different length.
Figure 6-14: Distances and Length
NOTE: Sections are numbered from left to right while facing
in the machine's forward direction.
RATE CONTROL
GUIDANCE
►Section Offsets  – used to set the offset distance from
Section 1 (the Spread Offset line) to the leading edge of
each section. Section 1 is always 0. All other sections can be
different distances.
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4. Press RETURN arrow
to return to the Implement screen
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to return to the main
Configuration screen.
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Spreader – OEM
Figure 6-15: Lateral Offset Direction and Distance
A virtual line is created in line with the delivery disks from which
the application section or sections can vary in length and can be at
different distances from the line.
Single Section
HOME
No section control is available on the system.
1. Select
Spreader
implement type on Implement screen.
2. Press Implement Type NEXT PAGE arrow
.
3. Select from:
►Setup Type – used to select
OEM
spreader type
FULL SCREEN
►Antenna to Disks Distance – used to define the distance from
the GNSS antenna to the disks or dispersal mechanism
Figure 6-16: Overlap
►Lateral Implement Offset Direction – used to select the lateral
direction from the center line of the machine to the center of
the implement while facing in the machine's forward direction
SETUP
►Lateral Implement Offset Distance – used to define the lateral
distance from the center line of the machine to the center of
the implement
►Start Distance – used to set the start distance when exiting an
applied area (consult spreader manufacturer for value)
►Stop Distance – used to set the stop distance when entering
an applied area (consult spreader manufacturer for value)
GNSS
NOTE: Consult spreader manufacturer for start and stop
distances.
to return to the Implement screen
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to return to the main
Configuration screen.
IMPLEMENT
Figure 6-17: Single Section
GUIDANCE
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RATE CONTROL
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Figure 6-18: Multiple Sections
Section control is available (SmartCable, Section Driver Module
(SDM), or Switch Function Module (SFM) or ISOBUS).
1. Select
Spreader
implement type on Implement screen.
2. Press Implement Type NEXT PAGE arrow
.
3. Select from:
OEM
spreader type
HOME
►Setup Type – used to select
►Antenna to Disks Distance – used to define the distance from
the GNSS antenna to the disks or dispersal mechanism
FULL SCREEN
►Lateral Implement Offset Direction – used to select the lateral
direction from the center line of the machine to the center of
the implement while facing in the machine's forward direction
►Lateral Implement Offset Distance – used to define the lateral
distance from the center line of the machine to the center of
the implement
►Start Distance – used to set the start distance when exiting an
applied area (consult spreader manufacturer for value)
SETUP
►Stop Distance – used to set the stop distance when entering
an applied area (consult spreader manufacturer for value)
NOTE: Consult spreader manufacturer for start and stop
distances.
GNSS
►Section Start Offsets – used to set the offset distance from
Section 1 to the leading edge of each section. Section 1 is
always 0. All other sections can be different distances.
►Section Stop Offsets – used to set the offset distance from
Section 1 to the trailing edge of each section. Each section
can be a different distance.
NOTE: Consult spreader manufacturer for section start and
stop offset values. Sections are numbered from left to right
while facing in the machine's forward direction.
IMPLEMENT
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RATE CONTROL
GUIDANCE
4. Press RETURN arrow
to return to the Implement screen
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to return to the main
Configuration screen.
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Staggered
Figure 6-19: Multiple Sections
A virtual line is created in line with Section 1 from which the
application section or sections have no length and can be at different
distances from the antenna.
Multiple Sections
HOME
Section control is available (SmartCable, Section Driver Module
(SDM), or Switch Function Module (SFM) or ISOBUS).
1. Select
Staggered
implement type on Implement screen.
2. Press Implement Type NEXT PAGE arrow
.
3. Select from:
FULL SCREEN
►In-line Section 1 Offset Direction  – used to select whether
Section 1 (the zero-point of the Section Offsets) is located in
front of or behind the GNSS antenna as the vehicle moves in
a forward direction
SETUP
►In-line Section 1 Offset Distance  – used to define the
in-line distance from the GNSS antenna to Section 1 (the
zero-point of the Section Offsets)
►Lateral Implement Offset Direction  – used to select the
lateral direction from the center line of the machine to the
center of the implement while facing in the machine's forward
direction
GNSS
►Lateral Implement Offset Distance  – used to define the
lateral distance from the center line of the machine to the
center of the implement
►Overlap – used to define the amount of overlap allowed when
using automatic boom section control
IMPLEMENT
►Delay On Time – used to set the time when the section will
switch on when entering an area that has not been applied
NOTE: If the application turns on too soon when entering
an unapplied area, decrease the Delay On time. If the
application turns on too late, increase the Delay On time.
►Delay Off Time – used to set the time when the section will
switch off when entering an area that has been applied
GUIDANCE
NOTE: If the application turns off too soon when entering
an unapplied area, decrease the Delay Off time. If the
application turns off too late, increase the Delay Off time.
RATE CONTROL
►Section Offsets  – used to set the offset distance from
Section 1 (the In-Line Section 1 Offset Distance line) to each
section. A positive offset value will move the section behind
Section 1. A negative offset value will move the section in front
of Section 1. Section 1 is always 0. All other sections can be
different distances.
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4. Press RETURN arrow
to return to the Implement screen
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to return to the main
Configuration screen.
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Figure 6-20: Offset Directions and Distances – behind section 1
Figure 6-21: Offset Directions and Distances – in front of section 1
APPLICATION OR WORKING WIDTH
Application Width [Straight Implement Type or Staggered Implement
Type] or Working Width [Spreader Implement Type] is used to enter
the width of the single section or width of each section to calculate
the total width of the implement.
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No section control is available on the system.
Figure 6-22: Overlap
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
FULL SCREEN
Application Width or Working Width is used to enter the total width
of the single section of the implement. Range is 3.28 to 246.06 feet /
1.0 to 75.0 meters.
.
Implement .
3. Press the Application Width [Straight Implement Type] or
Working Width [Spreader Implement Type] KEYPAD icon
.
5. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
to
SETUP
4. Use the numeric keypad to enter a value.
GUIDANCE
100%
RATE CONTROL
50%
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0%
IMPLEMENT
GNSS
Figure 6-23: Single Section – Application or Working Width
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Multiple Sections
Figure 6-24: Multiple Sections – Application or Working Width
Section control is available (SmartCable, Section Driver Module
(SDM), or Switch Function Module (SFM) or ISOBUS).
HOME
Application Width or Working Width is used to enter the width of each
section to calculate the total width of all sections of the implement.
Each section can be a different width. Sections are numbered from
left to right while facing in the machine's forward direction. Range for
each section is 0.0 to 246.06 feet / 0.0 to 75.0 meters. Total for all
sections must be greater than 3.28 feet / 1.0 meter.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
.
Implement .
FULL SCREEN
3. Press the Application Width [Straight Implement Type or
Staggered Implement Type] or Working Width [Spreader
.
Implement Type] KEYPAD icon
4. Highlight the section to be entered or edited.
5. Press the KEYPAD icon
SETUP
6. Use the numeric keypad to enter the width of the selected
section.
7. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to
return to the Implement screen or main Configuration screen.
NOTE: If Symmetric Implement Layout is enabled, only the first
of each pair of aligned sections will be available to be
highlighted.
GNSS
IMPLEMENT
GUIDANCE
RATE CONTROL
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Figure 6-25: Lateral Implement Offset Distance
HOME
Lateral implement offset distance is used to enter the distance from
the center line of the machine to the center of the implement. When
on-screen mapping shows no overlap or gap, yet field application
produces an overlap or gap consistently to only one side in the
direction of travel, an adjustment to the lateral implement offset
distance should be calculated and made to the implement offset
distance value.
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LATERAL IMPLEMENT OFFSET DISTANCE ADJUSTMENT
FULL SCREEN
If using a self-propelled sprayer or spreader, use the GNSS Offset
Adjustment Calculation to calculate the implement offset distance
adjustment.
If using a pull behind or trailed implement, use the Implement Offset
Adjustment Calculation to calculate the implement offset distance
adjustment.
SETUP
NOTE: While using assisted/auto steering, if on-screen mapping
shows overlaps and gaps, adjustments may need to be made
to the assisted/auto steering settings.
GNSS Offset Adjustment Calculation
To calculate a GNSS offset adjustment using the same guideline:
2. With assisted/auto steering engaged, drive pass  at least 100 feet / 30 meters, and place flags at the draw bar or next to the machine.
3. Turn around and engage assisted/auto steering on pass  on the same AB guideline. Place flags at the draw bar or next to the machine,
or stop while on the AB guideline next to the flags you placed on pass .
GNSS
1. Create a straight AB line.
4. Measure the difference  between the flags of pass  and pass .
6. Increase or decrease the offset distance as needed dependent on where the field application overlap occurs and the current implement
offset direction setting.
Field Application Overlap
Offset Direction = Left
Offset Direction = Right
Offset Direction = Right
Offset Distance = 0 ft/m
To the right of pass 
Increase distance offset value
Decrease distance offset value
Increase distance offset value
To the left of pass 
Decrease distance offset value
Increase distance offset value
Change to implement offset direction to
left and increase distance offset value
GUIDANCE
Current Offset Settings
IMPLEMENT
5. Divide the measured distance  in half. This difference will be the offset adjustment.
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Figure 6-26: GNSS Offset Distance
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Lateral Implement Offset Adjustment
To calculate an implement offset adjustment using adjacent guidelines:
1. Create a straight AB line.
2. With assisted/auto steering engaged, drive pass  as if you were operating the implement, and place flags at the outside edges of the
implement.
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3. Turn around and engage assisted/auto steering on pass  on the adjacent AB guideline. Place additional flags at the outside edges of
the implement or stop while on the AB guideline next to the flags you placed on pass .
4. Measure the difference  between the flags of pass  and pass .
5. Divide the measured distance  in half. This difference will be the offset adjustment.
6. Increase or decrease the offset distance  as needed dependent on where the field application overlap occurs and the current
implement offset direction setting.
FULL SCREEN
Current Offset Settings
Field Application
Overlap on the right of pass  or
Gap on the left of pass 
SETUP
Overlap on the left of pass  or
Gap on the right of pass 
Offset Direction = Left
Offset Direction = Right
Offset Direction = Right
Offset Distance = 0 m
Increase distance offset value
Decrease distance offset value
Increase distance offset value
Decrease distance offset value
Increase distance offset value
Change to implement offset direction to
left and increase distance offset value
Figure 6-27: Lateral Implement Offset Distance and Direction
GNSS
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GUIDANCE
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2. Press
.
Implement .
3. In addition to standard options, select from:
►Allow BoomPilot in Reverse – used to enable BoomPilot
function while traveling in reverse
While traveling in reverse, having BoomPilot in Reverse active
will allow for automatic section control. Application mapping and
application rate control will function as if the machine was going
forward.
◄Speed on the Guidance Bar will turn red while traveling in
reverse
HOME
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
Reverse on Guidance Screens
Figure 6-29: Traveling Forward
1:14 PM
►Reverse Signal Delay – used to set the delay when going
from forward to reverse or reverse to forward, after which the
vehicle icon on a navigation screen changes direction
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FULL SCREEN
Reverse Sense Module Setup is used when adding a Reverse
Sense Module to any configuration. This allows for application
mapping and control, and on-screen guidance when traveling in
reverse.
INTRODUCTION
REVERSE SENSE MODULE
SETUP
Figure 6-28: Reverse Sense Module
Figure 6-30: Traveling in Reverse
5.6
GUIDANCE
IMPLEMENT
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RATE CONTROL
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TIP SELECTION
When the system includes a Pressure Sensor Interface Kit (PSIK),
or a Dual Control Module with Product Control Application Type set
to "Liquid" and the Primary Sensor or a Monitor set to "Pressure",
Tip Selection is used to select the type of sprayer tip (series and
capacity) for determining droplet size information.
HOME
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press Implement .
.
.
FULL SCREEN
4. Select from:
►Tip Preset 1-5 – selects up to five (5) tips for quick recall,
and selected the current tip for determining droplet size
information
SETUP
►Current Tip – displays the current tip
5. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
Figure 6-31: Droplet Size Monitor
GNSS
IMPLEMENT
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Tip presets allow saving of up to five tips for quick recall.
1. Press + .
2. Select a TeeJet tip series.
3. Select tip capacity.
Figure 6-32: Preset Tip
◄Current Tip selection is shown in the information box
3. Press Tip Selection NEXT PAGE arrow
Preset
to
1. Press desired tip.
Selected tip will be shown:
◄The information box on the Implement screen
◄The Droplet/Pressure Status display from the status bar on
the guidance screens
Figure 6-33: Current Tip
DROPLET SIZE MONITOR
When the system includes a Pressure Sensor Interface Kit (PSIK),
or a Dual Control Module with Product Control Application Type set
to "Liquid" and the Primary Sensor or a Monitor set to "Pressure",
Droplet Size Monitor can be enabled/disabled. The DSM then
becomes available on the operation screens.
HOME
Current Tip shows the active tip for determining current droplet
size information. Tips must be preset to be available for current tip
selection.
Setup
Enable/Disable DSM
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
Press Implement .
Press Droplet Size Monitor .
Select if droplet size monitor is enabled or disabled.
Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
to
return to the main Configuration screen.
NOTE: When Droplet Size Monitor is disabled, the Droplet/Pressure
Status is not available on the guidance screen status bar.
IMPLEMENT
GNSS
SETUP
Figure 6-34: Droplet Size Monitor
FULL SCREEN
Current Tip
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Tip Selection / Current Tip
To establish the tip presets and current tip, see "Tip Selection" in this
chapter.
Input/Output Module Pressure Sensor
HOME
When a Pressure Sensor Interface Kit is present, Pressure Sensor
options are used to enter the sensor manufacture's maximum
pressure rating and set high and low user determined pressure
alarms.
NOTE: For more information, see "Sensors" in the Setup chapter of
this manual.
FULL SCREEN
Operation
Status Bar
Droplet/Pressure Status displays information regarding the current
status of the droplet size and system pressure.
1. Press DROPLET/PRESSURE STATUS icon
.
SETUP
Figure 6-35: Droplet/Pressure Status
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Category
Symbol
Extremely Fine
XF
GNSS
psi
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0 153045 607590 psi
Very Fine
VF
Red
F
Orange
Medium
M
Yellow
Coarse
C
Blue
Very Coarse
VC
Green
Extremely Coarse
XC
White
Ultra Coarse
UC
Black
The Guidance bar keeps you informed of your choice of selectable
information including Current System Pressure and Current Droplet
Size.
1. Press SELECTABLE INFORMATION box.
►System Pressure – displays the current system pressure
►Droplet Size – displays the current tip droplet size
3. Press outside the selection box to return to the guidance screen.
Figure 6-36: Guidance Bar Selectable Information
VC
Speed
Mark A
Total Applied Area
Droplet/Pressure Status
GUIDANCE
Colored = Engaged. The color of the droplet is directly
associated with the current droplet size. Color options
include:
Crossed Out = Disabled
No icon = no Pressure Sensor Interface Kit is installed
on system
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Violet
Fine
Heading
60
Color Code
2. Select from:
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Very Coarse
When choosing a spray tip that produces droplet sizes in one of the
eight droplet size classification categories, always remember that a
single tip can produce different droplet size classifications at different
pressures. A tip might produce medium droplets at low pressures,
while producing fine droplets as pressure is increased.
Guidance Bar
2. Press the screen anywhere to return to the guidance screen.
VC
Droplet Size Chart
Application Time
Time
Swath Number
System Pressure
Droplet Size
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BOOMPILOT
Available with a Dual Control Module (DCM) when using a Automatic
Switchbox (ASB) or Input Status Module (ISM), Ground Speed
Override (GSO) is the minimum speed used for automatic application
rate control. When the vehicle speed falls below this setting, the
Ground Speed Override speed is used to control the application rate,
rather than the actual ground speed.
Depending on if there is a section control system present and when
present what kind of section control is being used as well as what
options are enabled, there are multiple options for BoomPilot section
control. The settings of BoomPilot Start Mode and BoomPilot Icon
change how section control is handled on the guidance screens.
The Ground Speed Override (GSO) setting can be used to temporarily
operate the implement using a pre-selected GSO speed rather than
the actual speed. The override feature is used to bring the implement
on line quickly when starting from a dead stop or to maintain an
adequate application pattern when the machine is maneuvering at very
low ground speeds. It can also be used to allow the operator to flush
the implement from the cab with the machine stopped.
2. Press
►GSO Switch On and the actual ground speed is less than
the GSO speed – control console uses the set "GSO Speed"
value to control both carrier and injected chemical flow rates
CAUTION: When traveling at a speed slower than the GSO speed
setting, this feature will cause the product to be applied at
a rate consistent with the GSO speed, rather than the true
ground speed.
►BoomPilot Start Mode – used to enable automatic BoomPilot
activation by speed (otherwise manually by icon)
►BoomPilot Icon – used to activate icon for manually controlling
BoomPilot
4. Press RETURN arrow
or CONFIGURATION side tab
return to the main Configuration screen.
BoomPilot
Start Mode
Available
BoomPilot
Icon
Available
Console Only

 - Enable
with Optional Work On/Off
Switch

 - Disable
Console and ECU Only

 - Enable
with Switchbox

 - Disable
with an ISOBUS Implement
Status Module (ISO ISM)

 - Enable
Console Only

 - Enable
with Optional Spreader
On/Off Switch

 - Disable
With TeeJet Section Control Module
(SCM) and Switchbox or ISM


With TeeJet Section Control Module
(SCM)


GNSS
No Section Control Module (SCM)
Implement .
to
Figure 6-37: Ground Speed Override

GUIDANCE
ISOBUS Spreader
oomPilot Start Mode setting will make no difference in the
B
function of this option.
 A
vailable.

IMPLEMENT
ISOBUS Sprayer
.
4. Use the numeric keypad to enter a value.
or CONFIGURATION side tab
5. Press RETURN arrow
return to the main Configuration screen.
to
System Configuration Chart
.
3. Press the Ground Speed Override KEYPAD icon
FULL SCREEN
3. Select from:
RATE CONTROL
2. Press
Implement .
Not available.
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1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
SETUP
►GSO Switch Off – control console operates normally
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
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BoomPilot Start Mode
BoomPilot Start Mode is used to set if the BoomPilot control is
started automatically by speed, or manually by the BoomPilot icon.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
.
Implement .
3. Press DOWN arrow
to select Off or Automatic.
HOME
◄Off – BoomPilot will be controlled by the BoomPilot icon in the
Navigation and Guidance options on the guidance screens
◄Automatic – BoomPilot will be controlled by speed
Figure 6-38: BoomPilot Icon
BoomPilot Icon
The BoomPilot Icon is used to activate an icon in the Navigation and
Guidance options on the guidance screens for manually controlling
BoomPilot
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
.
Implement .
3. Press DOWN arrow
to select Enable or Disable.
◄Enable – BoomPilot Icon will be available in the Navigation
and Guidance options on the guidance screens to control
automatic section control
FULL SCREEN
◄Disable – BoomPilot Icon will not be available in the Navigation
and Guidance options
Figure 6-39: BoomPilot Icon
SETUP
GNSS
IMPLEMENT
Figure 6-40: BoomPilot Icon on Guidance Screen
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CHAPTER 7 – GUIDANCE
Vehicle View Guidance creates a computer-generated image of
the vehicle position displayed in the application area.
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2. Press GUIDANCE MODE icon
FULL SCREEN
To choose a Guidance Mode:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
to
.
3. Select from:
SETUP
Three guidance screens assist in keeping you informed.
HOME
The Aeros 9040 allows product application and vehicle guidance to be performed simultaneously. Once system setup is complete,
guidance can begin. Five guidance modes allow users to optimize the field work: Straight AB , Curved AB , Circle Pivot , Last
Pass , and NextRow . Additional optimization can be accomplished with Boundary Application
, Curved Lookahead
, Return
to Point
, and RealView Guidance Over Video . In addition, Coverage
and Application
mapping functions can display and
record product application, and Prescription
and Target Rate
maps can direct product application.
►Straight AB Guidance
►Curved AB Guidance
►Circle Pivot Guidance
►Last Pass Guidance
GNSS
►NextRow Guidance
►No Guidance
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A
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Figure 7-1: Choose a Guidance Mode
IMPLEMENT
Field View Guidance creates a computer-generated image
of vehicle position and application area from an aerial perspective.
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RealView Guidance allows live video input to be displayed instead
of a computer-generated image.
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Navigation Screens Options
Navigation and Guidance Options
Guidance Mode
Return to Point
Guidance Mode – access to guidance mode
options
Mark Point
– establishes a point at
the vehicle location. Grayed = GNSS is
unavailable.
HOME
Straight AB Guidance – provides straightline guidance based on A and B reference
points
Return to Point Guidance – provides distance
and guidance back to an established point.
Delete Point – deletes the Marked Point.
FULL SCREEN
Curved AB Guidance – provides guidance
along curved lines based on an initial AB
reference line
Circle Pivot Guidance – provides guidance
around a central location that radiates inward or
outward based on an initial AB reference line
Last Pass Guidance
navigation
– offers true last-pass
Cancel Guidance – hides the distance and
guidance back to the Marked Point.
Guidelines
B
SETUP
NextRow Guidance – indicates where the
NextRow is located, and provides guidance at
row ends to the next adjacent row
No Guidance – turns off guidance
GNSS
B
NextRow Mark B
the row.
– marks the end point of
IMPLEMENT
Azimuth Degree
– establishes a straight
guideline measured by degrees clockwise from
a north-south baseline. North = 0, East = 90,
South = 180, West = 270.
A
A+ Nudge – shifts the existing guideline to the
vehicle’s current position.
GUIDANCE
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
travelled.
Next Straight Guideline – shows the next
straight AB or Azimuth Degree guideline saved
in the current job.
Cancel Boundary – cancels the new mark
boundary process. Reverts to previous
boundary (when established).
Next Circle Pivot Guideline – shows the next
Circle Pivot AB guideline saved in the current
job.
RATE CONTROL
Delete Boundary – deletes all established
boundaries from current job.
BoomPilot
Toggles the Automatic Sprayer Control (ASC)
on or off. Grayed = GNSS is unavailable.
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Tip Flow Monitor
Tip Fault Reset – clears any tip fault
indications.
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Mark B
– marks the end point of the
guideline.
Grayed = minimum distance has not been
travelled.
Cancel Mark A – cancels the Mark A process.
Reverts to previous AB guideline (when
established).
Boundaries
Mark Boundary – establishes application area
and determines no-apply zones. While creating
an external or initial boundary, the boundary
line will be to the exterior of the outer-most
section. While creating an interior or additional
boundary, the boundary line will be to the
interior of the inner-most section.
Grayed = GNSS is unavailable.
Mark A – marks the first point of the
guideline.
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Next Curved AB Guideline – shows the next
Curved AB guideline saved in the current job.
Curved Lookahead – indicates where the
current steering will take the vehicle using a
‘pointer’ as guidance.
RealView Guidance Options
Zoom In/Out
Video Camera Select – selects one of up to
eight camera views if a Video Selection Module
(VSM) is attached.
Field View – icons increase/decrease
the area displayed on the screen.
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.
Arrows – move the displayed map area in the
corresponding direction without moving the
vehicle.
World View – extends the screen view to the
widest area available.
Mapping Options
Guidance Over Video Setup – access to turn
on Guidance Over Video or Steering Angle and
adjust guidelines.
Guidance Over Video – places threedimensional guidelines over the video feed for
navigational assistance.
FULL SCREEN
Pan
HOME
Vehicle View – icons adjust the vehicle’s
view or perspective to the horizon from
vehicle view to bird’s-eye view.
Steering Angle – displays the direction in which
the steering wheel needs to be adjusted.
Coverage Map – shows areas covered by the
implement, regardless of whether product was
applied.
Up & Down Icons – used to adjust the guidance
lines and horizon line to match the camera’s
view.
Prescription Map – pre-loaded map that
provides information to the rate controller for
use in applying product
Camera Image Capture – saves a still photo of
the current view on the screen to a USB drive.
GNSS
Application Map – shows where product has
been applied, using color to indicate level in
proportion to preset maximum and minimum
levels
SETUP
Screen Options
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Target Rate Map – shows the application rate
that the rate controller will attempt to achieve
(can be monitored from the Rate Control bottom
tab)
Vehicle View – icons adjust the vehicle’s
view or perspective to the horizon from
vehicle view to bird’s-eye view.
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GUIDANCE
Field View – icons increase/decrease
the area displayed on the screen.
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GUIDANCE BAR
The Guidance bar keeps you informed of your choice of selectable information, navigation activity, and section status.
Navigation Activity & Boom Status
Selectable Information
Cross Track Error – displays the distance from your desired guideline
Heading – displays the course of travel based clockwise from
a north-south baseline. North = 0°, East = 90°, South = 180°,
West = 270°.
GNSS Status – displays “No GNSS” when GNSS is unavailable, or
“Slow GNSS” when GNSS is receiving GGA data at less than 5Hz
HOME
Current Activity – displays activities such as mark an A or B point,
approaching the end of a row, indicating to turn now, and distance to
return to a marked point
Speed – displays the current speed of travel
Total Applied Area – displays the total accumulated area that has
had product applied, including double-coverage areas
FULL SCREEN
Section Status – one dot is displayed for each section programed: a
green dot indicates the section is active, and a red dot indicates the
section is not active
Application Time – displays the total time application is active during
the current job
Figure 7-2: Navigation Activity/Section Status
Swath Number – displays the current swath number in reference to
the initial AB guidance line, facing in the direction from A to B. Number
will be positive when the vehicle is to the right of the AB baseline, or
negative when the vehicle is to the left of the AB baseline.
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Decimal Feet
[1.5]
Feet and Inches [1'06"]
Inches[18]
Time – displays the current time based on the selected time zone
System Pressure – displays the current system pressure (available
only when an Input/Output Module or Dual Control Module with an
active pressure sensor is on the system)
GNSS
Droplet Size – displays the current tip droplet size (available only
when an Input/Output Module or Dual Control Module with an active
pressure sensor is on the system)
Actual Application Rate – displays the current application rate
(available only when a rate controller is on the system)
Cross Track Error
IMPLEMENT
The distance around the guideline that is perceived as zero error can
be adjusted using Configuration-> Guidance-> Guidance Sensitivity.
To change the format in which the distance is displayed:
1. Press the Navigation Activity box on the guidance bar.
2. Select the measurement format.
Target Application Rate – displays the target application rate
(available only when a rate controller is on the system)
Volume/Product Applied – displays the volume or weight of product
applied (available only when a rate controller is on the system)
Tank/Bin Amount Remaining – displays the volume or weight
of product remaining in the tank/bin (available only when a rate
controller is on the system)
GUIDANCE
Figure 7-3: Selectable Information
Speed
Heading
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Total Applied Area
RATE CONTROL
Application Time
Time
Swath Number
System Pressure
Droplet Size
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Actual
Application Rate
Target
Application Rate
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When an icon is pressed, the related status information is displayed.
Figure 7-4: Status Bar
Assisted/Auto Steering Status
Green = engaged, actively steering
Yellow = enabled, all conditions have been met to allow for
assisted/auto steering
Red = disabled, all conditions have not been met to allow for
assisted/auto steering
HOME
The Status Bar provides information on GNSS status, guidance
mode, boundary area, assisted/auto steering engagement, tilt
correction, implement control status, droplet/pressure status, tip flow
status, and rate control status.
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STATUS BAR
No Icon = no assisted/auto steering system installed
Assisted/Auto Steering Status
Tilt Correction Status
BoomPilot Status
Droplet/Pressure Status
Tip Flow Status
Rate Control Status
No Icon = no tilt gyro module installed on system, or tilt is
associated with assisted/auto steering system
BoomPilot Status
Green = automatic
SETUP
Bounded Area Status
Red = disabled
Yellow = all on
Red = off/manual
No Icon = single section (no SmartCable or SDM installed
on system)
GNSS
Guidance Mode
Colored = engaged, actively applying tilt correction
Droplet/Pressure Status
Green = GPS, GLONASS, or SBAS (with or without DGPS
Required)
Yellow = GPS only
Red = no GNSS
Orange = Glide/ClearPath
Guidance Mode
Crossed Out = disabled
IMPLEMENT
GNSS Status
Colored = engaged. The color of the droplet is directly
associated with the current droplet size. Color options
include:
.
No Icon = no Pressure Sensor Interface Kit installed, no
pressure sensor monitor on the DCM
Tip Flow Status
Green = tip flow system calibrated with no tip errors
Straight AB Guidance
Red = tip flow imbalance: flow is higher or lower than the tip
alarm threshold
Curved AB Guidance
No Icon = no tip flow monitor hardware detected
Rate Control Status
Last Pass Guidance
Green = normal operation
NextRow Guidance
Yellow = system warning (incorrect rate/pressure, etc.)
No Icon = no Guidance
Red = system error (incorrect rate/pressure, etc.)
Bounded Area Status
RATE CONTROL
Circle Pivot Guidance
GUIDANCE
GNSS Status
FULL SCREEN
Tilt Correction Status
No Icon = no rate control installed
Outside Boundary = traveling outside bounded area
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Inside Boundary = traveling inside bounded area
No Icon = no boundary established
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Bounded Area Status
Status/Information Screens
GNSS Status
GNSS Status displays information regarding current GNSS status,
including data rates, number of satellites in view, HDOP and PRN
status, receiver and version, satellite quality and ID, and UTM zone.
HOME
1. Press GNSS STATUS icon
Bounded Area Status displays information regarding the areas in the
current boundaries.
1. Press BOUNDED AREA icon
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Figure 7-5: GNSS Status
.
Figure 7-7: Bounded Area Status
Mark A
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Working Area: 12.54 ac
Field Area: 10.49 ac
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GGA Rate: 5 Hz
VTG Rate: 5 Hz
Number of Satellites: 8
HDOP: 0.8
PRN: 138
GGA Quality: 2
Receiver: 7
Receiver Version: 010201
UTM Zone: 11
Model: LXGMTS
Assisted/Auto Steering Status
SETUP
Assisted/Auto Steering Status displays information regarding
the current status of the assisted/auto steering system,
including tilt status.
Guidance Mode Status
GNSS
Guidance Mode Status displays information regarding the pattern
of guidance, the name of the current guideline, and how many
guidelines are saved in the console.
1. Press GUIDANCE MODE icon
.
Figure 7-6: Guidance Mode Status
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Guidance Pattern: Straight AB Guidance
Guideline Name: Stream Edge
Total Number of Guidelines: 4
GUIDANCE
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Internal Area: 2.05 ac
mph
1. Press ASSISTED/AUTO STEERING STATUS icon
Figure 7-8: Assisted/Auto Steering Status
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TR: 0.1 deg/sec
Tilt Corrections Disabled
10.0
mph
Assisted/Auto Steering
Status:
Disengaged
Under Minimum Speed
Steering Wheel Sensor
Error
10.0
mph
.
Tilt Correction Status displays information regarding the current
status of the tilt correction system.
1. Press TILT CORRECTION STATUS icon
.
Figure 7-9: Tilt Correction Status
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Droplet/Pressure Status
Droplet/Pressure Status displays information regarding the current
status of the droplet size and system pressure.
1. Press DROPLET/PRESSURE STATUS icon
.
Figure 7-11: Droplet/Pressure Status
Mark A
VC
Tilt X: 1.3 deg
Tilt Y: 0.2 deg
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bar
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BoomPilot Status displays information regarding the current status of
the BoomPilot system.
.
1. Press TIP FLOW STATUS icon
Number of Sections: 15
10.0
mph
Figure 7-12: Tip Flow Status
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Mark A
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mph
Tip Sensor Bus Not Connected
Spray Tips Detected: 5
No Tip Faults
IMPLEMENT
Mark A
GUIDANCE
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.
RATE CONTROL
Figure 7-10: BoomPilot Status
27.00
Tip Flow Status displays information regarding the current status of
the Tip Flow system and how many tips are detected on the system.
APPENDIX
1. Press BOOMPILOT STATUS icon
Tip Flow Status
GNSS
BoomPilot Status
SETUP
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Product Rate Control Status
When using a Dual Control Module (DCM) for rate control, Product
Rate Control Status displays status, warning, and error information
regarding the rate controller on the system.
When using an ISOBUS system for rate control, the three status tabs
will be blank.
HOME
1. Press PRODUCT RATE CONTROL STATUS icon
.
Figure 7-13: Product Rate Control Status
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Mark A
Warnings
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FULL SCREEN
SETUP
GNSS
IMPLEMENT
Dual Control Module 1: Online
Channel A: Product Control Channel 1
GUIDANCE
NOTE: Options shown on the Status tab include those available with
Enable Diagnostic enabled on the Configuration ->
Control Channels -> Product Control Channel -> Diagnostic
screen.
RATE CONTROL
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Error Info
Product Control Channel 1: Online
 Ready
Implement Status Off
 Diagnostic
 Speed Low
Shutdown
Target Rate 0
Off OK
No Flow
 Error or Warning
Invalid 0
 Operate
Implement Width 0
 Run
Current Width 0
Controlling
Link Stop
Using GSO
Implement Status
 Use Density
 Master Switch Hold
Time Based
Deadband
Distance Based
Valve Delay Time
Using Prime Value
Pressure Based
Relative
Dual Sensor
Reference Pressure
Pump Operate
Reference/Split
Pump Slow
No Stop Drive
Pump Pulse On
Bypass
Pump Halted
No Drive
Handgun Active
Carrier
Handgun Fault
Manual Rate Control  Handgun From Off
Manual Rate Increase
Manual Rate Decrease
Agitation
Pump Calibration
Priming
Purging
Linked
Sensor Calibration
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Warnings
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Error Info
Product Control Channel 1
3/6/2014 2:01 PM:
Extra Debug Information Being Transmitted
On the CAN Bus
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Mark A
Warnings
Product Control Channel 1
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Low Product Flow
Error Info
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NAVIGATION SCREENS
Guidance and navigation can be accessed from the Vehicle View screen, Field View screen, or RealView screen.
• Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
• Press REALVIEW OPTIONS tab
to display coverage and application maps.
to display camera setup and guidance options.
HOME
• Press MAPPING OPTIONS tab
to display navigation options.
Figure 7-14: Guidance Screen Options
0.0
12
deg
Navigation and Guidance
Options
A
FULL SCREEN
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A
B
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0.0
12
Mapping Options
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0.0
12
RealView Options
SETUP
Zoom In/Out Icons are
not available on RealView
Guidance screens.
IMPLEMENT
GNSS
deg
RATE CONTROL
GUIDANCE
deg
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Home/Job Screen
(or press Home Button)
Unit Setup
Vehicle View Guidance
Field View Guidance
RealView Guidance
Universal Terminal (UT)
Rate Control
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Vehicle View
Vehicle View creates a computer-generated image of the vehicle position displayed in the application area. From this screen all setup,
mapping, and navigation options can be accessed via the Options tabs on the right side of the screen.
To access the Vehicle View screen:
1. Press VEHICLE VIEW GUIDANCE tab
.
Figure 7-15: Vehicle View
HOME
Guidance Bar
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0.0
Horizon Compass
10.0
mph
Vehicle with Real-time Representation
of Active Boom Sections
FULL SCREEN
Navigation and Guidance Options Tab
Status Bar
Mapping Options Tab
Coverage Area
Navigation Guidelines
SETUP
Overlap Coverage Area
On Screen Guidance
GNSS
• Guidelines
◄Orange – active guidance line
◄Black (multiple) – adjacent guidance lines
◄Black – boundary line
◄Black/White – prescription map zone boundary line
Navigation and Guidance Options Tab
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A
IMPLEMENT
• 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)
GUIDANCE
• Coverage Area – illustrates applied area and overlap:
◄Blue – one application
◄Red – two or more applications
◄User Selected – Application Map and Target Rate Map
applied areas show colored bars relative to selected color
range and map selection.
RATE CONTROL
• Sections
◄Empty boxes – inactive sections
◄White boxes – active sections
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Field View
ield View creates a computer-generated image of the vehicle position and application area from an aerial perspective. From this
F
screen, all setup and navigation options, as well as Pan Mode and mapping options, can be accessed via the Option tabs on the right
side of the screen.
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To access the Field View screen:
1. Press FIELD VIEW GUIDANCE tab
.
HOME
Figure 7-16: Field View
Guidance Bar
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FULL SCREEN
27.00
Vehicle Representation
Navigation and Guidance Options Tab
Status Bar
Screen Options Tab
Mapping Options Tab
Navigation Guidelines
SETUP
Overlap Coverage Area
Mapped Coverage Area
• Guidelines
◄Orange – active guidance line
◄Black (multiple) – adjacent guidance lines
◄Black – boundary line
◄Black/White – prescription map zone boundary line
Screen Options Tab
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GNSS
On Screen Guidance
Mapping Options Tab
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Navigation and Guidance Options Tab
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10.0
0.0
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A
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GUIDANCE
• Coverage Area – illustrates applied area and overlap
◄Blue – one application
◄Red – two or more applications
◄User Selected – Application Map and Target Rate Map
applied areas show colored bars relative to selected color
range and map selection.
IMPLEMENT
• Points – markers for established points
◄Red Point – Return to Point
◄Blue Point – Mark A
◄Green Point – Mark B
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RealView Guidance
RealView Guidance allows live video input to be displayed instead of a computer-generated image. From this screen all setup and
navigation options can be accessed via the tabs on the right side of the screen. To adjust the camera view [reverse, upside down], go
to Setup-> Configuration-> Video.
►Single Camera – a single camera is directly attached to the console
►Video Selection Module – if a Video Selection Module (VSM) is installed on the system, two (2) video options are available:
HOME
• 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.
To access the RealView screen:
FULL SCREEN
.
1. Press REALVIEW GUIDANCE tab
Figure 7-17: RealView Guidance
Guidance Bar
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Navigation Guidelines
10.0
mph
Horizon Line
SETUP
Navigation and Guidance Options Tab
Status Bar
RealView Options Tab
GNSS
Steering Angle
On Screen Guidance
IMPLEMENT
• Guidelines
◄Orange – active guidance line
◄Black (multiple) – adjacent guidance lines
◄Horizontal Black Line – adjustable horizon line
Navigation and Guidance Options Tab
10.0
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A
RATE CONTROL
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GUIDANCE MODES
Straight AB Guidance
Straight AB 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.
HOME
NOTE: Offset to adjacent guidelines will be calculated using the guidance width:
see “Configuration” in the System Setup chapter.
Curved AB Guidance
FULL SCREEN
Curved AB Guidance provides guidance along curved lines based on an initial AB
reference line. This initial baseline is used to calculate all other guidelines.
NOTE: Curved guidance is recommended not to exceed 30° within the AB
guideline.
Offset to adjacent guidelines will be calculated using the guidance width:
see “Configuration” in the System Setup chapter.
SETUP
HINT: While working in a bounded area, the guidance pattern extending beyond
the established AB points will be straight-line guidance.
Circle Pivot Guidance
Circle Pivot Guidance provides guidance around a central location that radiates
inward or outward based on an initial AB reference line. This initial baseline is used
to calculate all other guidelines.
GNSS
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.
NOTE: Offset to adjacent guidelines will be calculated using the guidance width:
see “Configuration” in the System Setup chapter.
IMPLEMENT
Last Pass Guidance
Last Pass Guidance offers true last-pass navigation. The console will automatically
detect the nearest applied area and establish parallel guidelines based on that
area.
GUIDANCE
NOTE: If a boundary is established but no application occurred during the
boundary process, guidance will not initiate.
NextRow Guidance
RATE CONTROL
NextRow Guidance indicates where the NextRow is located, and provides guidance
at row ends to the next adjacent row. When the operator marks the end of the row
and begins turning to the next row, a Straight AB guidance line is provided in the
next row. When the vehicle is in the NextRow, guidance is turned off.
NOTE: Offset to NextRow will be calculated using the guidance width: see
“Configuration” in the System Setup chapter.
The NextRow Guidance does not support skipping rows.
No Guidance
NOTE: No Guidance Mode does not delete established guide lines or points from the console. To delete established/saved data
from the console, see “Data Management” in the System Setup chapter.
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GUIDELINES
AB guidelines, Azimuth guidelines, next pass guidelines, and
NextRow guidelines are each available depending on the current
guidance mode. Up to 25 established guidelines can be stored in the
console per job. Switching from one guidance mode to another will
change the current available guidelines.
HOME
Multiple guidelines can be created in each guidance mode. If more
than one guideline is saved in a single guidance mode, the Next
Guideline feature will become available. By pressing the Next
Guideline
option, the vehicle will be directed to the next
guideline saved in the console.
FULL SCREEN
A user can duplicate and edit jobs for reuse of boundaries and
guidelines for different applications over the same field using
Fieldware Link or the Data -> Job Data -> Manage option.
Curved Lookahead Guideline
SETUP
The curved lookahead guideline provides an indication of
where the current steering will take the vehicle using a ‘pointer’
as guidance. The Curved Lookahead option is available in all
guidance modes.
To activate the Curved Lookahead guideline:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
GNSS
2. Select CURVED LOOKAHEAD icon
to
.
A B
To establish an AB guideline:
1. Drive to the desired location of Point A
.
2. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
Figure 7-18: Curved Lookahead
3. While the vehicle is in motion, press MARK A icon A .
4. Drive to the desired location of Point B .
5. Press MARK B icon B to establish the AB line.
6. “Would you like to name this guideline?”
Press:
►Yes – to enter a name and save the guideline in the console
►No – to automatically generate a name and save the guideline
in the console
The console will begin providing navigation information.
NOTE: The MARK B Icon B is not available for selection (grayed
out) until the minimum distance is travelled (9.84 feet /
3.0 meters in Straight or Curved guidance, 164.04 feet /
50.0 meters in Circle Pivot guidance).
NOTE: It is not necessary to drive the entire circumference of the
center pivot in order to initiate Circle Pivot Guidance.
Figure 7-19: Mark A Point
7.2
IMPLEMENT
Mark A
1:12 PM
mph
Mark A
7.2
mph
A
GUIDANCE
RATE CONTROL
To remove the Curved Lookahead guideline:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
2. Select CURVED LOOKAHEAD icon
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to
Use CANCEL MARK icon
to cancel the Mark A command and
revert to the previous guideline (when established).
The pointer will be visible on the navigation screen.
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Marking A and B Points
to
A+ Nudge Feature
Figure 7-20: Mark B Point
1:14 PM
A The A+ Nudge feature allows the current guideline to be shifted
7.2
Mark B
to the vehicle’s current location.
mph
To adjust the guideline:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
B
to
HOME
2. Press A+ NUDGE icon A .
Figure 7-23: A+ Nudge
1
mph
A
A
7.2
0.0
FULL SCREEN
1:14 PM
7.2
6.5
Figure 7-21: Save Guideline
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mph
Would you like to name this
Yes
1
7.2
mph
No
> 0.0
<
Enter
Name
7.2
mph
GNSS
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1
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Figure 7-22: Follow Guidance
7.2
GUIDANCE
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RATE CONTROL
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Next Guideline Feature
If more than one guideline is saved, the Next
Guideline feature will become available. By
pressing the Next Guideline option, the vehicle will be directed to
the next guideline saved in the console.
HOME
To change to other available guidelines:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
2. Press NEXT GUIDELINE icon
to
.
Toggle between all guidelines by pressing the NEXT GUIDELINE
again.
icon
FULL SCREEN
Figure 7-24: Next Guideline
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Last Pass Guidelines
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.
To activate Last Pass guidelines:
1. Drive to a desired location to apply the first pass.
2. Travel next to the applied area.
3. 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.
Figure 7-26: Apply First Pass
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mph
7.2
mph
A
A
SETUP
Figure 7-27: Follow Guidance
GNSS
To view which guideline is active, press the Guidance Mode icon on
the Status Bar.
Figure 7-25: View Which Guideline is Active
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IMPLEMENT
0.0
Guidance Pattern: Circle Pivot Guidance
Guideline Name: Stream Edge
Total Number of Guidelines: 4
GUIDANCE
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Azimuth Degree
NOTE: Offset to NextRow will be calculated using the guidance
width: see “Configuration” in the System Setup chapter.
An azimuth degree can be entered to determine the exact
location of the vehicle. When a navigation mode is selected, the
azimuth degree can be entered.
To activate NextRow guidelines:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
To establish an Azimuth Degree guideline:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
2. Press AZIMUTH icon
◄The end of the row will be marked with a green point
.
3. Turn toward the next row.
4. Based on that direction turned, guidance will be provided for the
next adjacent row.
◄When the vehicle is in the row, the guideline is removed.
5. Repeat at the end of the next row.
NOTE: The NextRow Guidance feature does not support
skipping rows.
Figure 7-28: Mark End of Row
3:22 PM
End Row
HOME
to enter azimuth degree.
3. Use the entry screen to establish the azimuth degree.
4. “Would you like to name this guideline?”
Press:
►Yes – to enter a name and save the guideline
►No – to automatically generate a name
The console will begin providing navigation information.
To establish additional azimuth guidelines, follow the same steps as
the initial azimuth guideline.
Figure 7-29: Azimuth Guidance
1:12 PM
7.2
FULL SCREEN
2. At the end of a row (while driving a straight line)
press MARK B icon B .
to
SETUP
to
An azimuth is defined as a horizontal angle measured
clockwise from a north baseline. When using an
azimuth, the point from which the azimuth originates is the
center of an imaginary circle. North = 0°, East = 90°,
South = 180°, West = 270°.
mph
GNSS
NextRow Guidance indicates where the next row is located
based on the programmed guidance width, and provides
guidance at user-marked row ends to the next adjacent row. When the
operator signals the end of the row, a Straight AB line will be
established in the current row and guidance provided to the NextRow.
When the vehicle is in the NextRow, guidance is turned off.
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NextRow Guidelines
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A
IMPLEMENT
B
Enter0.0
Azimuth
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GUIDANCE
mph
1:14 PM
0
(deg)
1
2
3
Clear
4
5
6
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7
8
9
0
.
+/-
RATE CONTROL
Turn Now
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APPLICATION BOUNDARY
HOME
Application boundaries establish areas where product is and is
not applied while using ABSC or BoomPilot. Boundaries can be
established in all guidance modes. One exterior boundary and up to
five (5) interior boundaries can be stored at one time.
NOTE: If a boundary is mapped with some sections folded
as described above, it may be necessary to use the
A+ NUDGE icon A on the guideline over to the correct
position for subsequent passes in the field.
Using Data -> Job Data -> Manage or with Fieldware Link, a user
can duplicate and edit jobs for reuse of boundaries and guidelines
for different applications over the same field.
Figure 7-30: Boundary in Progress
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FULL SCREEN
To establish an exterior application boundary:
1. Drive to a desired location at the perimeter of the application
area.
2. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
3. While the vehicle is in motion, press BOUNDARY icon
to
.
4. Travel the perimeter of the application area.
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5. Finish the boundary:
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SETUP
►Travel to within one swath width of the starting point. The
boundary will close automatically (the white guideline will turn
black).
GNSS
►Press BOUNDARY FINISH icon
. A straight line will
complete the boundary between your current location and the
starting point.
6. Press:
►Save – to save the boundary
►Delete – to delete the boundary
IMPLEMENT
NOTE: On the external or initial boundary, the BOUNDARY FINISH
icon
is not available for selection (grayed out) until the
minimum distance is travelled (five times the swath width).
GUIDANCE
If mapping a boundary with one or more sections folded in and
turned off, it is necessary to maintain this section configuration
for the duration of the boundary pass. Any changes made to
the number of sections turned on, and therefore the width of the
machine after the boundary mapping process has started, will result
in the application mapping the boundary at the outer edge of all the
programed sections – not necessarily those turned on at any given
time during the boundary pass.
RATE CONTROL
When mapping a boundary with some sections turned off, it is
necessary to turn BoomPilot to Manual mode
and turn ON
the master and section switches for all sections that will be used
during the boundary pass. Once the boundary pass is complete the
sections switches can be turned OFF, Master switch remains ON,
BoomPilot can be returned to Automatic mode
and automatic
section control can then be used.
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Figure 7-31: Finish Boundary – Straight Line to Starting Point
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Figure 7-32: Finish Boundary – Travel to Starting Point
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Use DELETE BOUNDARY icon
the current job.
to delete all field boundaries for
Figure 7-35: Delete Boundary
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7.2
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Mark A
7.2
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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.
Area bounded = 64.45 ac
Would you like to save the
marked boundary?
Save
Figure 7-36: Boundary on Status Bar
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Delete
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Mark A
SETUP
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FULL SCREEN
Figure 7-33: Save Boundary
7.2
mph
Working Area: 12.54 ac
Field Area: 10.49 ac
Internal Area: 2.05 ac
GNSS
Use CANCEL BOUNDARY icon
to cancel the new field boundary
process and revert to the previous boundary (when established).
To establish one or more interior boundaries, follow the same steps
as the initial boundary.
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IMPLEMENT
Figure 7-34: Add Interior Boundary
While creating an external or initial boundary, the boundary line will
be to the exterior of the outermost active section. While creating an
interior or additional boundary, the boundary line will be to the interior
of the innermost active section.
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If no sections are active, the boundary will be marked to the end of
the outermost section.
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RETURN TO POINT
Return to Point provides guidance back to an established point in
Vehicle View and Field View. In Vehicle View an arrow directs the
vehicle back to the established point. In Field View only the point is
displayed.
Figure 7-38: Delete Point
9:03 AM
1.7
mph
HOME
A return point is job-specific, and will remain active in the active job
until canceled.
Marking a Return Point
FULL SCREEN
To mark a return point:
1. Drive to the desired location of Return Point
.
2. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
3. Press ADD POINT icon
to
.
Guidance to a Return Point
Figure 7-37: Return Point Established – Vehicle View
8:19 AM
To show distance and guidance to the established return point:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
to
display navigation options.
1.7
SETUP
mph
2. Press the RETURN TO POINT GUIDANCE icon
.
The console will begin providing the distance information on the
Guidance Bar from the vehicle to the established point.
GNSS
Use CANCEL RETURN TO POINT GUIDANCE icon
distance and guidance to the established point.
8:21 AM
to hide
Guidance cannot be calculated when “?” appears in the
guidance bar.
1.7
mph
Figure 7-39: Return to Point Guidance – Vehicle View
IMPLEMENT
8:36 AM
GUIDANCE
Delete the Return Point
8:53 AM
RATE CONTROL
To delete the established return point:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
2. Press DELETE POINT icon
to
.
Delete Point icon is not available while return to point guidance is
active.
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BOOMPILOT
Depending on if there is a section control system present and when present what kind of section control is being used as well as what options
are enabled, there are multiple options for BoomPilot section control.
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Figure 7-40: BoomPilot Icon and Status Bar Indicator
►No Section Control Module
0.0
● Console Only
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ac
● With Optional Work On/Off Switch
HOME
This section includes setup options for these configurations:
A
►ISOBUS Sprayer
● Console and ECU Only
FULL SCREEN
● With Switchbox
● With an ISOBUS Implement Status Module (ISO ISM)
►ISOBUS Spreader
● Console Only
● With Optional Spreader On/Off Switch
►With TeeJet Section Control Module and Switchbox or ISM
SETUP
►With TeeJet Section Control Module
NOTE: If an ISOBUS controller, SmartCable, Section Driver Module
(SDM), or Switch Function Module (SFM) is present, please
refer to the following sections for more information.
when GNSS is
GNSS
The work on/off switch is used to turn the section on or off.
To set configuration settings:
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP bottom tab
2. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
3. Press
.
.
Implement .
4. Set “BoomPilot Icon” to
Disable .
NOTE: BoomPilot Start Mode setting will make no difference in the
function of this option.
Console Only
The BoomPilot Icon is used to turn the section on or off.
In areas where application is desired:
1. Turn work on/off switch to the “on” position.
To set configuration settings:
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP bottom tab
In areas where application is not desired:
1. Turn work on/off switch to the “off” position.
3. Press
.
Using the Console
Implement .
4. Set “BoomPilot Icon” to
Enable .
NOTE: BoomPilot Start Mode setting will make no difference in the
function of this option.
To switch application off or on using the console:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
To control the section using the BoomPilot Icon while there is a work
on/off switch on the system:
1. Set “BoomPilot Icon” to Enable .
2. Work on/off switch should remain in the “off” position.
3. Press BOOMPILOT icon
to toggle the section on or off.
to
2. Press BOOMPILOT icon
.
3. Press BOOMPILOT icon
to toggle the section on or off.
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2. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
GUIDANCE
NOTE: The BOOMPILOT icon is gray
unavailable.
With Optional Work On/Off Switch
IMPLEMENT
If a section control system is not present, the BoomPilot Icon or an
optional work on/off switch is used to turn the single section on or off.
Only one section width will be illustrated and the status bar will have
no icon.
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With Switchbox
ISOBUS Sprayer
HOME
If an ISOBUS Electronic Control Unit (ECU) is present, the
BoomPilot Icon or an optional switchbox can be used to turn
the boom on or off. The BoomPilot Icon may also be used to set
automatic section control to manual
or automatic
. The
number of section widths displayed will depend on the ISOBUS ECU
configuration.
NOTE: The BOOMPILOT icon is gray
unavailable.
when GNSS is
FULL SCREEN
To set configuration settings:
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP bottom tab
.
.
SETUP
NOTE: BoomPilot Start Mode setting will make no difference in the
function of this option.
GNSS
to
.
◄Automatic – status bar icon will change to green
IMPLEMENT
NOTE: Application can be manually controlled while in Automatic
BoomPilot mode using the Start/Stop Key on the ISOBUS
Operation screen.
To switch application off or on manually:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
GUIDANCE
2. Press BOOMPILOT icon
to
.
◄Automatic – status bar icon will change to red
3. Press ISOBUS UNIVERSAL TERMINAL bottom tab
4. Go to the Operation Screen
5. Use the START/STOP key
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Disable .
NOTE: BoomPilot Start Mode setting will make no difference in the
function of this option.
To switch application off or on automatically:
1. Switchbox Master Switch and section switches must be in the
“On” positions.
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to
.
◄Automatic – status bar icon will change to green
Enable .
2. Press BOOMPILOT icon
.
Implement .
2. Press BOOMPILOT icon
To switch application off or on automatically:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
.
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
Implement .
4. Set “BoomPilot Icon” to
2. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
4. Set “BoomPilot Icon” to
All ISOBUS rate control configurations should be setup before
starting BoomPilot. Automatic or Manual Regulation Mode should not
affect the following options.
3. Press
To set configuration settings:
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP bottom tab
3. Press
Console and ECU Only
2. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
All ISOBUS rate control configurations should be setup before
starting BoomPilot. Automatic or Manual Regulation Mode should not
affect the following options.
.
NOTE: Application can be manually controlled while in Automatic
BoomPilot mode using the Master Switch or individual
section switches.
Caution: While in a previously applied area, manually changing
a section switch will change BoomPilot to manual mode.
Therefore, if a switch remained in the on position after exiting
the applied area, it would remain off.
To switch application off or on manually:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
2. Press BOOMPILOT icon
.
◄Manual – status bar icon will change to red
3. Turn Master Switch or individual section switches On/Off.
to
NOTE: BoomPilot Start Mode setting will make no difference in the
function of this option.
To switch application off or on automatically:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
2. Press BOOMPILOT icon
to
NOTE: Application can be manually controlled while in Automatic
BoomPilot mode using the switches connected to the
ISO ISM.
2. Press BOOMPILOT icon
.
◄Automatic – status bar icon will change to red
3. Turn Master Switch or individual section switches On/Off.
All ISOBUS rate control configurations should be setup before
starting BoomPilot. Regulation Mode should be “Manual”.
To set configuration settings:
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP bottom tab
3. Press
◄Automatic – status bar icon will change to green
To switch application off or on manually:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
Console Only
2. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
to
HOME
Enable .
FULL SCREEN
4. Set “BoomPilot Icon” to
.
.
Implement .
4. Set “BoomPilot Icon” to
Enable .
NOTE: BoomPilot Start Mode setting will make no difference in the
function of this option.
To switch application off or on automatically:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
2. Press BOOMPILOT icon
SETUP
Implement .
when GNSS is
to
.
◄Automatic – status bar icon will change to green
3. Press the ISOBUS UNIVERSAL TERMINAL bottom tab
.
GNSS
3. Press
NOTE: The BOOMPILOT icon is gray
unavailable.
.
4. Go to the Operation Screen.
5. Use the START/STOP key
.
NOTE: Application can be manually controlled while in Automatic
BoomPilot mode using the Start/Stop key on the ISOBUS
Operation screen.
To switch application off or on manually:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
2. Press BOOMPILOT icon
to
.
◄Automatic – status bar icon will change to red
3. Press ISOBUS UNIVERSAL TERMINAL bottom tab
.
4. Go to the Operation Screen
5. Use the START/STOP key
.
RATE CONTROL
2. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
.
If an ISOBUS Electronic Control Unit (ECU) is present, the
BoomPilot Icon or an optional remote master switch can be used to
turn the application on or off. The BoomPilot Icon may also be used
to set automatic section control to manual
or automatic
.
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To set configuration settings:
1. Press SYSTEM SETUP bottom tab
ISOBUS Spreader
IMPLEMENT
All ISOBUS rate control configurations should be setup before
starting BoomPilot. Regulation Mode should be “Manual”.
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With Optional Spreader On/Off Switch
All ISOBUS rate control configurations should be setup before
starting BoomPilot. Automatic or Manual Regulation Mode should not
affect the following options.
To set configuration settings:
1. Press the ISOBUS UNIVERSAL TERMINAL bottom tab
HOME
4. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
5. Press
.
To switch application off or on automatically:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
.
.
2. Press and release BOOMPILOT icon
Implement .
FULL SCREEN
6. Set “BoomPilot Icon” to
To apply a spot application:
1. Press NAVIGATION AND GUIDANCE OPTIONS tab
display navigation options.
2. Press and hold BOOMPILOT icon
SETUP
In areas where application is not desired:
1. Turn Spreader on/off switch to the “off” position.
GNSS
SmartCable, Section Driver Module (SDM) or Switch Function
Module (SFM) and a switchbox or Implement Status Module (ISM) is
present.
NOTE: The BOOMPILOT icon is gray
when GNSS is
unavailable. BoomPilot status bar icon will be off/manual
.
IMPLEMENT
To switch application off or on automatically:
1. Automatic/Manual Boom Switch must be in the “Auto” position.
]
2. Master Switch and section switches must be in the “On” position.
GUIDANCE
NOTE: Application can be manually controlled while in Automatic
BoomPilot mode using the switches on the switchbox or
switches connected to the ISO ISM.
To switch application off or on manually:
1. Automatic/Manual Boom Switch must be in the “Manual”
position.
◄Manual – status bar icon will be red
RATE CONTROL
2. Use the switches on the switchbox or switches connected to the
ISO ISM.
to
over area to be applied.
◄Spot Application– status bar icon will change to yellow
With TeeJet Section Control Module and
Switchbox or ISM
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◄Disable – status bar icon will change to red
In areas where application is desired:
1. Turn Spreader on/off switch to the “on” position.
◄Automatic – status bar icon will be green
to
◄Enable – status bar icon will change to green
Disable .
NOTE: BoomPilot Start Mode setting will make no difference in the
function of this option.
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SmartCable, Section Driver Module (SDM) or Switch Function
Module (SFM) is present BoomPilot is used to set automatic section
control to off/manual
, automatic
, or spot application
NOTE: The BOOMPILOT icon is gray
when GNSS is
unavailable. BoomPilot status bar icon will be off/manual
2. Enable the Remote Spread Switch.
3. Press SYSTEM SETUP bottom tab
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.
PAN MODE
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.
While in Field View Guidance, the Pan Mode allows the screen to be
positioned manually as desired. The off-center position on the screen
will be retained until the World icon is pressed.
• Zoom in
will adjust view to vehicle view displaying a
compass on the horizon
To enter Pan Mode and pan across the screen:
1. Press SCREEN OPTIONS tab
.
• Zoom out
2. Press:
will adjust view to bird’s-eye view
Figure 7-41: Zoom In to Zoom Out
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Vehicle View
►AND DRAG SCREEN in the corresponding direction to move
the view on screen.
►ARROWS
in the corresponding direction to
move the view on screen (down, left, right, up).
►WORLD VIEW icon
to center vehicle on screen and
extend the screen view to the widest area available.
To close Pan Mode options:
1. Press CLOSE OPTIONS tab
to quickly adjust
SETUP
NOTE: Press & hold ARROWS
settings.
FULL SCREEN
ZOOM IN/OUT
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Figure 7-42: Pan Mode
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Field View
Zoom In/Out is used to adjust the map’s visible area.
GUIDANCE
will increase the amount of map area visible.
RATE CONTROL
• Zoom out
will decrease the amount of map area visible.
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• Zoom in
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HOME
GNSS-based product application mapping is available in Vehicle
View or Field View, in any guidance mode, when a rate controller is
on the system. Mapping can record areas covered by the implement
(Coverage) or how much product has been applied and where
(Application), and can direct single- and variable-rate product
application (Preset Target Rate and Prescription, respectively).
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NOTE: Before using mapping, set or verify product mapping options
under Configuration -> Product. Refer to “Product” in the
System Setup chapter.
FULL SCREEN
NOTE: For more information, see the Rate Control chapter of this
manual.
To access application mapping:
1. Press VEHICLE VIEW GUIDANCE bottom tab
VIEW GUIDANCE bottom tab
.
2. Press MAPPING OPTIONS tab
or FIELD
Figure 7-45: Application Map
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SETUP
3. Select one or more:
►Coverage Map
– shows areas covered by the implement,
regardless of whether product was applied
– pre-loaded map that provides
►Prescription Map
information to the rate controller for use in applying product
GNSS
►Application Map
– shows how much product has been
applied and where, using color to indicate level in proportion
to preset or automatically set maximum and minimum levels
►Target Rate Map
– shows the application rate that the rate
controller attempted to achieve at each location
IMPLEMENT
NOTE: Application Map and Target Rate Map cannot be selected
simultaneously.
Figure 7-43: Coverage Map
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Figure 7-46: Target Rate Map
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REALVIEW SPECIFIC OPTIONS
►Video Selection Module – if a Video Selection Module (VSM)
is installed on the system, two (2) 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.
To adjust the camera view [reverse, upside down], go to Setup->
Configuration-> Video.
To access the RealView options:
to display RealView
2. Press REALVIEW GUIDANCE OPTIONS icon
HOME
1. Press REALVIEW OPTIONS tab
options.
.
3. Select from:
►Guidance Over Video
– places three-dimensional
guidelines over the video feed for navigation assistance
►Steering Angle Indicator
– displays the direction in which
the steering wheel needs to be adjusted
►Horizon Line Adjustment
horizon line up or down
– adjusts the on-screen
Figure 7-48: RealView Setup Options
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1. Press REALVIEW GUIDANCE bottom tab
2. Press REALVIEW OPTIONS tab
options.
RealView setup options accesses additional guidance tools
including guidance over video and a steering angle indicator.
FULL SCREEN
►Single Camera – a single camera is directly attached to the
console
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SETUP
RealView Guidance allows live video input to be displayed instead
of a computer-generated image. RealView setup options accesses
additional guidance tools including guidance over video and a
steering angle indicator.
.
to display RealView
3. Select from:
GNSS
►Single Camera View
[VSM only] – one (1) of up to eight
(8) camera inputs can be selected to change the view of the
video input
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[VSM only] – one (1) of two (2) sets of
four (4) camera inputs (A/B/C/D or E/F/G/H) can be selected
to divide the screen into four separate video feeds
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►RealView Guidance Options
– accesses additional
guidance tools including guidance over video and a steering
angle indicator
Figure 7-47: RealView Guidance
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►RealView Camera Image Capture
– saves a still photo of
the current view on the screen to a USB drive
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Figure 7-50: Single Camera Selection with VSM
RealView Camera Snapshot saves a still photo of the current
view on the screen to a USB drive.
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1. Insert USB drive.
HOME
2. Press REALVIEW OPTIONS tab
options.
to display RealView
3. Press CAMERA SNAPSHOT icon
.
Figure 7-49: RealView Camera Full Screen Video View
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FULL SCREEN
SETUP
VSM Camera Options
GNSS
If a Video Selection Module (VSM) is installed on the
system, two (2) video options are available:
1. Press REALVIEW OPTIONS tab
options.
to display RealView
Figure 7-51: Select Split View with VSM
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2. Select from:
IMPLEMENT
►Single Camera View
– one (1) of up to eight (8) camera
inputs can be selected to change the view of the video input
– one (1) of two (2) sets of four (4)
►Split Camera View
camera inputs (A/B/C/D or E/F/G/H) can be selected to divide
the screen into four separate video feeds
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The Aeros 9040 provides two options for rate control.
►ISOBUS Universal Terminal (UT)
– gives access to an ISOBUS Electronic Control Unit (ECU) options and operation. This provides
crop sprayer or spreader control when integrated into the implement of either capability.
FULL SCREEN
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• Easy navigation menu and data-rich display
• Provides basic or variable rate control
• Add additional ISOBUS ECUs as your needs change
– integrated rate control with easy setup and control
SETUP
►TeeJet Dual Control Module
• Application control built on field proven control module
• Capability includes single product liquid or granular applications with servo or PWM control methods
• Rate Control screen shows compete application details; key application information like rate and volume are viewable on guidance
screen as well
Figure 8-2: TeeJet Dual Control Module
Figure 8-1: ISOBUS
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• Includes switchbox design or the option to integrate with existing console or joystick-mounted switches
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Universal Terminal Overview
The Universal Terminal (UT) gives access to the ISOBUS ECU settings and operation.
NOTE: For detailed setup instructions, refer to the specific ISOBUS user manual for the connected ECU.
HOME
1. Press UNIVERSAL TERMINAL bottom tab
.
Figure 8-3: Universal Terminal Overview
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FULL SCREEN
Soft Keys Area
Activity Window
SETUP
Ready for Operation
Upon starting up the system, an ISOBUS product may take a few minutes to load all required information or object pools.
GNSS
Before starting a job, check to be sure the ISOBUS ECU is ready.
• Home Screen is available
• Tack Control (TC) is active – Active Trip Count Number should show “TC”
Figure 8-4: Ready for Operation
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Guidance Screen Options
When a ISOBUS Electronic Control Unit (ECU) sprayer or spreader control is integrated into the implement, rate control options and mapping
options are available on the Vehicle View and Field View guidance screens.
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Figure 8-5: Guidance Screen Options
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Application Control Options Tab
►Target Application Rate – displays the target application rate
►Volume/Product Applied – displays the volume or weight of
product applied
►Tank/Bin Amount Remaining – displays the volume or weight
of product remaining in the tank/bin
Figure 8-6: Guidance Bar Selectable Information
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System Pressure
Droplet Size
Actual
Application Rate
Target
Application Rate
Volume/Product
Applied
GNSS-based product application mapping is available in Vehicle
View or Field View. Mapping can record areas covered by the
implement (Coverage) or how much product has been applied and
where (Application), and can direct single- and variable-rate product
application (Preset Target Rate and Prescription, respectively).
NOTE: For more information, see “Application Mapping” in this
chapter of this manual.
1. Press VEHICLE VIEW GUIDANCE bottom tab
VIEW GUIDANCE bottom tab
.
2. Press MAPPING OPTIONS tab
GNSS
►Actual Application Rate – displays the current application rate
Mapping
. or FIELD
to display mapping options.
3. Select one or more:
IMPLEMENT
In addition to the standard Guidance bar options, the following
selectable information will become available with an ISOBUS ECU:
►Coverage Map
►Prescription Map
►Application Map
►Target Rate Map
NOTE: Application Map and Target Rate Map cannot be selected
simultaneously.
Tank/Bin Amount
Remaining
RATE CONTROL
Current Pressure
GUIDANCE
Guidance Bar
SETUP
FULL SCREEN
Mapping Options Tab
Displays the current pressure to the tip.
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NOTE: The current pressure is also available on the ISOBUS
Operation screen
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Target Rate Percentage Increase/Decrease icons increase/decrease
the application target rate per the established percentage set in
the Machine Operation setup screen under Application Rate Step.
Automatic regulation mode will automatically adjust the application
rate based on the current speed in reference to the target rate.
Figure 8-7: Target Rate Percentage Increase/Decrease
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NOTE: The Target Rate Percentage Increase/Decrease icons do the
same adjustment as the Boost/Step Percentage Increase/
Decrease Keys from the ISOBUS UT.
1. Press VEHICLE VIEW GUIDANCE bottom tab
2. Press APPLICATION OPTIONS tab
+5%
.
.
FULL SCREEN
3. Select from:
►Target Rate Percentage Increase/Decrease
establishes the required boost percentage step.
–
►Percentage Boost and Reset +5% – shows current boost
percentage step and when pressed, zeros the boost
percentage step
SETUP
TeeJet Dual Control Module Rate Control
Rate Control Screen Overview
GNSS
When a Dual Control Module (DCM) is integrated into the system,
rate control options are easily accessible from the Rate Control
screen and mapping options are available on the Vehicle View and
Field View guidance screens.
NOTE: For detailed setup instructions, refer to the supplemental
TeeJet Dual Control Module Rate Control guide.
1. Press RATE CONTROL bottom tab
.
2. Select from:
►Additional Guidance Bar Selectable Information
►Rate Control Selectable Information
►Actual Application Rate
►Selectable Target Application Rates
►Target Rate Percentage Increase/Decrease
IMPLEMENT
►Automatic/Manual Mode
Figure 8-8: TeeJet Dual Control Module
Guidance Bar
GUIDANCE
Actual Application Rate
Selectable Information
Selectable Target Application Rates
RATE CONTROL
Target Rate Percentage Increase/Decrease
Automatic/Manual Mode
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Figure 8-9: Guidance Bar Selectable Information
1. Press VEHICLE VIEW GUIDANCE bottom tab
VIEW GUIDANCE bottom tab
.
2. Press MAPPING OPTIONS tab
Droplet Size
Actual
Application Rate
Target
Application Rate
Volume/Product
Applied
Tank/Bin Amount
Remaining
. or FIELD
to display mapping options.
3. Select one or more:
►Coverage Map
►Prescription Map
►Application Map
►Target Rate Map
NOTE: Application Map and Target Rate Map cannot be selected
simultaneously.
Figure 8-10: Application Mapping
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System Pressure
HOME
NOTE: For more information, see “Application Mapping” in this
chapter of this manual.
FULL SCREEN
►Tank/Bin Amount Remaining – displays the volume or weight
of product remaining in the tank/bin
SETUP
►Volume/Product Applied – displays the volume or weight of
product applied
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►Target Application Rate – displays the target application rate
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►Actual Application Rate – displays the current application rate
GNSS-based product application mapping is available in Vehicle
View or Field View, in any guidance mode. Mapping can record
areas covered by the implement (Coverage) or how much product
has been applied and where (Application), and can direct singleand variable-rate product application (Preset Target Rate and
Prescription, respectively).
RATE CONTROL
In addition to the standard Guidance bar options, the following
selectable information will become available with a TeeJet DCM:
Application Mapping
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FULL SCREEN
GNSS-based product application mapping is available in Vehicle
View or Field View, in any guidance mode when a rate controller is
on the system. Mapping can record areas covered by the implement
(Coverage) or how much product has been applied and where
(Application), and can direct single- and variable-rate product
application (Preset Target Rate and Prescription, respectively).
Duplicating and Transferring Maps
NOTE: Before using mapping, set or verify product mapping options
under Configuration -> Product. Refer to “Product” in the
System Setup chapter.
Using Data -> Reports, reports in multiple formats can be generated
that contain data and any maps from the job.
To access application mapping:
1. Press VEHICLE VIEW GUIDANCE bottom tab
VIEW GUIDANCE bottom tab
.
Coverage Map showing areas covered by the implement. DCM
does not require product to be applied. ISOBUS does require
product to be applied.
2. Press MAPPING OPTIONS tab
. or FIELD
to display mapping options.
3. Select one or more:
SETUP
►Coverage Map
– shows areas covered by the implement,
regardless of whether product was applied
– pre-loaded map that provides
►Prescription Map
information to the rate controller for use in applying product
GNSS
►Application Map
– shows how much product has been
applied and where, using color to indicate level in proportion
to preset or automatically set maximum and minimum levels
Maps are stored in the job data. Using Data -> Job Data -> Manage,
job data containing maps can be duplicated, or transferred to
Fieldware Link so the maps can be opened, viewed, edited, and
printed, and transferred back to the console. See “Job Data” in the
System Setup chapter.
Coverage Map
On Screen Mapping
• Coverage Area – illustrates applied area and overlap:
◄Blue – one application
◄Red – two or more applications
Figure 8-12: Coverage Map
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►Target Rate Map
– shows the application rate that the rate
controller attempted to achieve at each location
NOTE: Application Map and Target Rate Map cannot be selected
simultaneously.
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Figure 8-11: Coverage Map
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Prescription Map
GUIDANCE
Prescription Map is a pre-loaded map that provides information
to the rate controller for use in applying product. Prescription
Maps contain geo-referenced product rate information. The Aeros 9040
can import job data containing Prescription Maps for use with variablerate application (VRA) using compatible rate controllers.
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RATE CONTROL
• Zone lines:
◄Black when approaching the application zone.
◄White when within the application zone.
◄Other zones having the same rate will also be shown in
white.
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• Coverage Area – illustrates different prescription rate zones:
◄User Selected – zone colors are selected when establishing
the prescription map.
With Fieldware Link (v5.01 or later), users can import VRA jobs
created in Fieldware Link, as well as export job data from the console,
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Figure 8-13: Prescription Map
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Product options configure maximum/minimum rate limits and
corresponding display colors for mapping.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
2. Press
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NOTE: Advanced Job Mode is required for variable rate applications.
See Options (Job Mode) in the System Setup chapter.
Color Range Selection
.
Product .
3. Select:
►Color Range – mode used to set the rate for Maximum Rate
Color and Minimum Rate Color.
HOME
edit the included maps to create Target Rate or Prescription Maps, and
transfer back to the console for job use.
►Maximum Rate Color – used to set the color for the maximum
rate. When in Manual Color Range mode, this color will be
used for all rates above the Applied Rate Mapping Upper Limit
Application Map
Application Map shows how much product has been applied
and where, using color to indicate level in proportion to preset
or automatically set maximum and minimum levels.
►Minimum Rate Color – used to set the color for the minimum
rate. When in Manual Color Range mode, this color will be
used for all rates below the Applied Rate Mapping Lower Limit
SETUP
◄Manual – maximum and minimum limits will be set to those
set in Applied Rate Mapping Upper Limit and Applied Rate
Mapping Lower Limit options
FULL SCREEN
◄Automatic – maximum and minimum will be determined by
actual applied rate values or target rate values
Figure 8-15: Product Options
NOTE: Application Map and Target Rate Map cannot be selected
simultaneously.
GNSS
On Screen Mapping
• Coverage Area – illustrates applied area:
◄User Selected – applied areas show colored bars relative to
selected color range and map selection.
Figure 8-14: Application Map
IMPLEMENT
10.0
mph
GUIDANCE
Mark A
RATE CONTROL
ac
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Target Rate Map
Color Range Selection
NOTE: Application Map and Target Rate Map cannot be selected
simultaneously.
1. Press CONFIGURATION side tab
On Screen Mapping
3. Select:
Target Rate Map shows the target application rate that the rate
controller attempted to achieve at each location.
• Coverage Area – illustrates applied area:
◄User Selected – applied areas show colored bars relative to
selected color range and map selection.
Figure 8-16: Target Rate Map
FULL SCREEN
27.00
ac
Mark A
10.0
mph
Product options configure maximum/minimum rate limits and
corresponding display colors for mapping.
2. Press
.
Product .
►Color Range – mode used to set the rate for Maximum Rate
Color and Minimum Rate Color.
◄Automatic – maximum and minimum will be determined by
actual applied rate values or target rate values
◄Manual – maximum and minimum limits will be set to those
set in Applied Rate Mapping Upper Limit and Applied Rate
Mapping Lower Limit options
►Maximum Rate Color – used to set the color for the maximum
rate. When in Manual Color Range mode, this color will be
used for all rates above the Applied Rate Mapping Upper Limit
SETUP
►Minimum Rate Color – used to set the color for the minimum
rate. When in Manual Color Range mode, this color will be
used for all rates below the Applied Rate Mapping Lower Limit
Figure 8-17: Product Options
Target Rates
GNSS
Preset Target Application Rates define target rates of product being
applied per hectare/acre. These settings will set the same for all
active jobs.
• DCM – up to three (3) target rates can be established
• ISOBUS – up to five (5) target rates can be established
IMPLEMENT
DCM
Target rates are established in Setup-> Configuration-> Product.
The current Target Rate is selected and boosted on the Rate Control
screen.
ISOBUS
GUIDANCE
Target rates are established on the ISOBUS ECU using the
ISOBUS UT. The current Target Rate is selected and boosted using
the ISOBUS Operation screen on the UT. Boosting can also be
controlled using the Vehicle View screen
RATE CONTROL
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APPENDIX A – SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
The following diagrams are reflective of typical Aeros configurations. Due to the variety of possible configurations, this should be used for
reference purposes only.
INTRODUCTION
Aeros 9040 Field Computer
Figure A-1: Aeros IC18 Sprayer
TeeJet CAN Options
RXA-30 GPS Antenna
GPS GLONASS Antenna
RX510 GPS Receiver / RX610 GPS Receiver
Terminator
RealView Camera
HOME
Aeros Console 9040
Video Selector Module
to Aeros Console
45-05968 - Harness, Aeros UT,
TJT Junction Box Only
FULL SCREEN
45-05953 - Areos ISOBUS-CAN Harness
FieldPilot AutoSteer System
to RS-232
OR
Reverse Sense Module
Switch Box
Droplet Size Monitor (DSM)
Pressure Interface Kit
SETUP
to speed output
to power cable
IC18 Sprayer Switch Box
Tip Flow Monitor
45-09030 - TeeJet In-Cab Y, 9 Pos. AMP Cable
OR
45-09029 - Cable, TeeJet In-Cab Y, 6 Pos. DTM
Terminator
GNSS
ISM
45-07608 - Cable, ISOBUS ISM
9 Section + Master, with 6 Pos. DTM
IMPLEMENT
to Master Switch
response selection
to dash board boom switches
45-09031 - Aeros Junction Box, COBO IBBC
45-20006 - Power Cable
GUIDANCE
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RATE CONTROL
Extension Cable
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45-09024 - 30 ft / 9 m
45-09025 - 40 ft / 12 m
45-09026 - IC18 to ISOBUS Hitch Harness
to Boom Valves
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Figure A-2: Aeros IC18 Spreader
TeeJet CAN Options
RealView Camera
Aeros Console 9040
RXA-30 GPS Antenna
GPS GLONASS Antenna
RX510 GPS Receiver / RX610 GPS Receiver
Video Selector Module
Terminator
to Aeros Console
HOME
45-05953 - Areos ISOBUS-CAN Harness
45-05968 - Harness, Aeros UT,
TJT Junction Box Only
FieldPilot AutoSteer System
to RS-232
OR
Reverse Sense Module
to speed output
to power cable
FULL SCREEN
Droplet Size Monitor (DSM)
Pressure Interface Kit
Tip Flow Monitor
SETUP
Terminator
45-09031 - Aeros Junction Box, COBO IBBC
GNSS
Extension Cable
45-09023 - 20 ft / 6 m
45-09024 - 30 ft / 9 m
45-09025 - 40 ft / 12 m
Application Rate Sensor
to Remote Spread Switch
und
45-20006 - Power Cable
ro
to G
45-09027 - IC18 to ISOBUS Hitch Harness
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45-05860 - Extension Cable
to Spinner RPM Sensor
to Dump Valve
IMPLEMENT
45-10143 - IC18 Valve Harness
IC18 Spreader
TeeJet Hydraulic Valve
GUIDANCE
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Figure A-3: Aeros DCM
TeeJet CAN Options
RXA-30 GPS Antenna
GPS GLONASS Antenna
RX510 GPS Receiver / RX610 GPS Receiver
RealView Camera
Video Selector Module
Terminator
Aeros Console 9040
HOME
to Aeros Console
45-05884 - Areos Basic CAN Harness
FieldPilot AutoSteer System
to RS-232
Reverse Sense Module
to power cable
to Speader On/Off Switch
to speed output
FULL SCREEN
Droplet Size Monitor (DSM) Pressure Interface Kit
SETUP
Tip Flow Monitor
78-00051 - Aeros Switch Box (ASB)
to battery
to Remote
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to Status
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OR
to section control valves
78-05098 - Section Driver Module (SDM)
to TankMatic Harness
78-08086 - Switch Fuction Module (SFM)
GNSS
45-07605 - Implement Status Module (ISM)
IMPLEMENT
TeeJet Section Control Options
to DCM-Sensor Control Valve Harness
to power cable
to section control valves
78-08079 - Dual Control Module (DCM)
GUIDANCE
45-07500 - DCM Power Speed Harness
to speed input (NOT USED)
to power cable
Terminator
TeeJet Rate Control Options
Liquid Example
Granular Example
Valve Extension Cable
Extension Cables
OR
Hydraulic Control Valve
Pressure Sensor
Liquid Control
Valve
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Adapter Cable
Adapter Cable
Flow Meter
RATE CONTROL
45-06501 - DCM-Sensor Control Valve Harness
45-06505 - DCM-Sensor Control Valve Harness
Application Rate Sensor
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APPENDIX B – AEROS CONSOLE MENU SETTINGS
This appendix lists the Aeros 9040 console’s menu settings, and also provides the following:
• Settings available with an active job, either in “standard” mode, or in the diagnostic Control Setup mode.
• Settings that can be made in the Aeros 9040 console itself, or using the Fieldware Link software.
HOME
• Settings that are included when exported to a profile from the Aeros console, or from Fieldware Link.
Note:The Enable Control Setup option is available at the bottom of the Configuration -> Control Channels -> Product Control Channel ->
Diagnostic screen.
Symbol Key
FULL SCREEN
In the following tables, these symbols indicate whether settings are available during an active job:
 Available during an active job
 Not Available during an active job
Configuration Settings
Can be edited in
SETUP
GNSS
IMPLEMENT
Available with
Active Job
Aeros 9040
Fieldware
Link
Aeros 9040
Fieldware
Link
Machine Type...........................................................................................
GNSS Antenna Height..............................................................................
Implement Type........................................................................................
Symmetric Implement Layout...................................................................
Multiple Section Output Modules..............................................................
Number of Implement Sections................................................................
Guidance Width........................................................................................
Application/Working Width........................................................................
Droplet Size Monitor.................................................................................
Tip Selection ............................................................................................
Tip Spacing...............................................................................................
Ground Speed Override...........................................................................
Applied Alert.............................................................................................
Entry Time................................................................................................
Exit Time...................................................................................................
Allow BoomPilot In Reverse.....................................................................
BoomPilot Start Mode...............................................................................
BoomPilot Icon.........................................................................................
Reverse Signal Delay...............................................................................
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exported profile in
GUIDANCE
Straight
Mode
RATE CONTROL
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Implement
(continued)
Staggered
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Assisted/Auto Steering Enabled/Disabled................................................
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Valve Setup
Valve Type.......................................................................
Valve Frequency..............................................................
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Maximum Left/Right Duty Cycle......................................
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Coarse Steering Adjustment............................................
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Valve Diagnostics.....................................................................................
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Options
Steering Wheel Sensor....................................................
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Angle
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Sensor Calibration...........................................................
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GNSS
Receiver
Configuration
GNSS Type...............................................................................................
GNSS Port................................................................................................
GNSS Status Information.........................................................................
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PRN..........................................................................................................
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Input Output Maximum Pressure Rating..............................................
Module (IOM)
Low Pressure Alarm........................................................
Pressure
High Pressure Alarm........................................................
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AutoSteer
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FULL SCREEN
Setup Type: TeeJet
Antenna to Disks Distance..............................................
Lateral Implement Offset Direction..................................
Lateral Implement Offset Distance..................................
Overlap............................................................................
Delay On/Off Times.........................................................
Spread Offset Distance...................................................
Section Offsets................................................................
Section Lengths...............................................................
SETUP
Fieldware
Link
GNSS
Aeros 9040
IMPLEMENT
Fieldware
Link
GUIDANCE
Aeros 9040
RATE CONTROL
Available with
Active Job
Configuration Settings
Guidance
Saved to
exported profile in
APPENDIX
Can be edited in
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Aeros 9040 Field Computer
INTRODUCTION
Can be edited in
Configuration Settings
Available with
Active Job
Saved to
exported profile in
Aeros 9040
Fieldware
Link
Aeros 9040
Fieldware
Link
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Speed Broadcast......................................................................................
Time/Date Broadcast................................................................................
Universal Terminal (UT) Number..............................................................
Task Controller (TC) Number....................................................................
Number of UT Object Pools......................................................................
Number of ISOBUS Control Functions.....................................................
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Dual Control Module (DCM) 1.........................................
Product Control Channel 1..............................................
TankMatic........................................................................
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Primary Sensor................................................................
Monitor 1/2/3/4.................................................................
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Primary Sensor................................................................
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Actual Tank/Bin Amount............................................................................
Target Application Rate Preset #1-3.........................................................
Product Density........................................................................................
Application Rate Step...............................................................................
Maximum Rate Color................................................................................
Minimum Rate Color.................................................................................
Color Range.............................................................................................
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Applied Rate Mapping Lower Limit...........................................................
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Tip Flow
Monitor
Tip Alarm Percentage...............................................................................
Tip Alarm Delay........................................................................................
Number of Sections..................................................................................
Number of Tips per Section 1...................................................................
Tip Balance Percentage...........................................................................
Tip Flow Monitor Balance.........................................................................
SETUP
Control
Channels
GNSS
Product
IMPLEMENT
* Further details for Product Control Channel settings can be found in the Product Control Channel Settings table.
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Gain................................................................................
Implement Status Switch Response...............................
Master Switch Response................................................
Valve Delay Time............................................................
Start Up Duty Cycle........................................................
Valve Location................................................................
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Frequency.......................................................................
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Maximum Duty Cycle......................................................
Dither..............................................................................
Gain................................................................................
Ramp Time.....................................................................
Implement Status Switch Response...............................
Master Switch Response................................................
Valve Delay Time............................................................
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Pressure
Input...............................................................................
Name..............................................................................
Calibration Type..............................................................
Alarm Units.....................................................................
Low Pressure Alarm.......................................................
High Pressure Alarm.......................................................
Alarm Delay....................................................................
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Enable Control Setup..............................................................................
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Data Management Settings
Data Management Settings
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GNSS
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Transfer
Export..............................................................................
Import..............................................................................
Delete..............................................................................
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Export..............................................................................
Import..............................................................................
Delete..............................................................................
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Reports
Save PDF.................................................................................................
Save KML.................................................................................................
Save SHP.................................................................................................
Save all types...........................................................................................
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Job Mode..................................................................................................
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Export..............................................................................
Import..............................................................................
Delete..............................................................................
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Copy................................................................................
Delete..............................................................................
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Machine
Settings
GUIDANCE
Console Settings
Console Settings
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About
System Information...................................................................................
Save.........................................................................................................
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Color Scheme...........................................................................................
LCD Brightness........................................................................................
Screenshot...............................................................................................
Screen Calibration....................................................................................
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BoomPilot for Spreader............................................................................
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Software
Device.......................................................................................................
Software...................................................................................................
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Calculator.................................................................................................
Units Converter.........................................................................................
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APPENDIX C – UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
10.375 x 8.25 x 3.5 in
SETUP
Dimensions
26.4 x 21.0 x 8.89 cm
Environmental
Power/CAN
35 pin AMPseal
Camera
5 pin Conxall
Storage
+14°F to +158°F / -10°C to +70°C
Operating
+32°F to +122°F / 0°C to +50°C
Humidity
90% non-condensing
Display
800 x 600 resolution
8.4 in / 21.3 cm
Input/Output
CAN, USB, RS232
Power Requirement
< 9 watts @ 12 VDC
GNSS
Connectors
3.33 lbs. / 1.5 kg
IMPLEMENT
Weight
APPENDIX D – SETTING RANGES
GUIDANCE
Press the option’s name of any menu item to display a definition and range values of that item.
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Figure A-4: Example of Information Text Box
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APPENDIX E – UTM COORDINATES AND ZONES
The Aeros 9040 Field Computer uses the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinate system to track job locations. The UTM
coordinate system divides the surface of the Earth into sixty numbered north-south zones, which are further divided into latitude zones
designated by letters, as shown below.
Figure A-5: UTM Coordinate System – Global
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The Aeros console then tracks the UTM zones in which each product application job is performed. This zone information is then used to
determine whether a job can be started/continued or to find the saved job that is closest to the vehicle’s current position.
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If a selected job is in a UTM zone other than the current or adjacent UTM zone, “Out of Range” will be displayed next to Distance, and
Start Job or Continue will be disabled.
If a selected job has no recorded information, Distance will show “No Data”.
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M A N U A L
Product Upgrades Available
• FieldPilot® auto steering
• UniPilot® assisted steering
• BoomPilot® automated boom
section control
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• Pressure Sensor Interface Kit
for Droplet Size Monitor
• Tilt Gyro Module
• ISOBUS Rate Control
• Video Selection Modules
for up to 8 cameras
• Tip Flow Monitoring
• External GPS receiver or
antenna upgrades
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• Fieldware® Link enhanced
data organization application
• Reverse Sense
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