98-05210 R0 UK BoomPilot ECU User Manual

98-05210 R0 UK BoomPilot ECU User Manual
BOOMPILOT®
JOB COMPUTER
U S E R
Software version 0.00
M A N U A L
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Regarding responsibility for use of this product, we refer to our sales and delivery terms which states:
Product Usage
Any use of the product is at the sole risk of the buyer. The buyer is therefore not entitled to any form for compensation caused by, for
example, any of the following:
►Disturbance to/from any electronic services or products that do not conform to the standards for CE marketing;
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When implementing any new equipment the buyer must take great care and pay attention. Any doubts as to the correct operation/use
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1– PRODUCT OVERVIEW
OPTIONAL SYSTEM COMPONENTS
1
1
CHAPTER 2 – GETTING STARTED
2
START UP
2
PAGE LAYOUT AND NAVIGATION
2
Home Screen....................................................................................................................................................................2
Operation Mode................................................................................................................................................................3
Main Setup Mode..............................................................................................................................................................3
Main Setup Menu Icons and Section Overviews....................................................................................................4
CHAPTER 3 – MAIN SETUP
Main Setup Screen................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Master Screen.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Home Screen............................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
5
SETUP6
GPS Setup.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Overlapping............................................................................................................................................................7
GPS Alarm..............................................................................................................................................................7
GPS Input...............................................................................................................................................................7
Machine Setup......................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Delay Off.................................................................................................................................................................7
Delay On.................................................................................................................................................................7
Front or Back Mounted Implement.........................................................................................................................7
Distance from Boom to Mount Point.......................................................................................................................7
Distance from Antenna to Mount Point...................................................................................................................7
OEM8
Antenna Machine Mounted.....................................................................................................................................8
Distance from Hitch to Antenna..............................................................................................................................8
USER INTERFACE
9
OVERVIEW
Use Preferred VT....................................................................................................................................................9
Show Number on Soft Key.....................................................................................................................................9
BoomPilot ECU Number (FI)...................................................................................................................................9
GETTING STARTED
COMMUNICATION9
HELP10
CHAPTER 4 – OPERATION MODE
OPERATION MODE OVERVIEW
SETUP
Diagnostic...............................................................................................................................................................................................10
BoomPilot Protocol.........................................................................................................................................................10
VT Data........................................................................................................................................................................... 11
TECU.............................................................................................................................................................................. 11
About........................................................................................................................................................................................................11
12
12
14
APPENDIX
APPLICATION BOUNDARY
OPERATION
Keys Descriptions...........................................................................................................................................................12
Section and Icon Descriptions........................................................................................................................................12
Master Screen........................................................................................................................................................................................13
Home Screen..........................................................................................................................................................................................13
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Bounded Area Coverage Status......................................................................................................................................................14
AUTOMATIC OR MANUAL SECTION CONTROL
14
ALL SECTIONS ON
15
BOOM SECTIONS
15
APPENDIX A - FACTORY SETTINGS & RANGES
16
APPENDIX B - UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
16
OVERVIEW
GETTING STARTED
SETUP
OPERATION
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CHAPTER 1– PRODUCT OVERVIEW
BoomPilot (automatic boom section control) is possible in combination with software built into the IC18 Sprayer/NH3 Electronic Control Unit
(ECU). The ECU should be combined with the appropriate cable to interface with your BoomPilot system, spray controller and/or spraying
machine for quick and easy installation. Electronic Control Units and their related cables are designed to control as many boom sections as
the spray controller to which they are connect, up to a maximum of 9 boom sections.
Figure 1-1: BoomPilot Electronic Control Unit
OPTIONAL SYSTEM COMPONENTS
The Matrix 570VT is a simple to operate, ISOBUS-certified 5.7″
color touch screen display suitable for bright daylight and nighttime
operation
Figure 1-2: Matrix 570VT
IC18 Sprayer/NH3 ECU
Use with your existing VT or Matrix® 570VT
• Works seamlessly and displays on any ISOBUS VT
• Easy navigation menu and data rich display
• IC18 Sprayer ECU suitable for use with NH3 and liquid
fertilizer
• Automatic boom section control upgrade option
• Variable rate control available providing your VT has GPS and
task control capability
• Add additional ISOBUS ECUs as your needs change
• Provides basic rate control
• Standardized plugs, cables and software simplify installation
and connectivity and result in true “plug and play” technology.
IC18 ECU resides on the implement, reducing hardware in the
cab
Figure 1-4: IC18 Job Computer
GETTING STARTED
Switchbox
OVERVIEW
Matrix 570VT
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OPERATION
SETUP
Manual section control with remote master capibility. The
switchboxs are available in:
►9 section output or 8 sections and a master output.
►6 section output or 5 sections and a master output.
Figure 1-3: Switchboxes
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CHAPTER 2 – GETTING STARTED
• A firm touch is required when selecting a screen icon.
• Settings are NOT automatically saved when selected. The ACCEPT KEY
must be selected to save the setting. Select the
ESCAPE KEY
to escape without saving settings and return to the previous menu.
• The menu structure on your display might vary from the one displayed in this User Manual depending on the virtual terminal being
used.
START UP
Power is continuously supplied to the job computer. The virtual terminal will give access to the job computer options and operation.
Figure 2-1: Master Screen
Matrix VT Setup Key
BoomPilot
Other options as available on
ISOBUS system
Master Screen Key
PAGE LAYOUT AND NAVIGATION
The Master Screen gives access to the systems currently available on your VT. From the Master Screen, the Home Screen gives access
to the BoomPilot ECU’s available functions.
Home Screen
The Home Screen gives access to the BoomPIlot ECU’s available functions: Operation Mode and Main Setup.
Figure 2-2: Home Screen - BoomPilot Mode
Operation Mode
Main Setup Mode
OVERVIEW
GETTING STARTED
Master Screen Key
SETUP
Quick View
Information Based on Current Active Trip
OPERATION
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Operation Mode
Information on the Operation screen will vary depending on the parameters set by the user and the OEM.
Figure 2-3: Operation Mode
Total Area Bounded
Alert Warning
Speed
Remaining Application Time
1.77 B.area
Applied Area
Home Key
0:00 hh:mm
5.2
0.0
km/h
ha
GPS Information
All Sections On Key
Start Boundary Key
Finish Boundary Key
No GPS
No Boundary Key
Boom Sections
Auto/Manual Mode Key
Extra Key Spaces
Master Screen Key
Bounded Area Application Status
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ECU ID Number
Main Setup Mode
The main setup menu contains five options. Each of these options either directly access settings or additional menus.
Figure 2-4: Main Setup Screen
Home Key
Back One Screen
Forward One Screen
Up One Selection
Down One Selection
Master Screen Key
|
Setup
MAIN SETUP MODE MENU STRUCTURE
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|
|
|
OEM
User Interface
Communication
Help
Diagnostic
Machine Setup
About
SETUP
OPERATION
APPENDIX
The OEM setup menu is password protected and the
settings in this menu are directly related to the fitted OEM
equipment.
NOTE: Select functions may not be visible due to OEM settings, available equipment or sensors.
GETTING STARTED
GPS Setup
OVERVIEW
The table below outlines the additional menus.
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Main Setup Menu Icons and Section Overviews
Figure 2-5: Enter Selection Screens
Selection
Slide Bar with Decrease One Selection
and Increase One Selection Arrows
Accept Key
Escape Key
Number Pad
Close Number Pad Key
Range Maximum
Range Minimum
Zoom In Key
Zoom Out Key
Open Number Pad Key
Available Selections
Up One Selection
Accept Key
Escape Key
Down One Selection
OVERVIEW
GETTING STARTED
SETUP
OPERATION
Section or Icon
Description
Section or Icon
Description
Accept Key
Accepts the new selection
Selection
Displays the current or new selection
Close Number Pad
Key
Minimizes the number pad
Slider
Slide to the left to decrease or right to
increase the selection
Decrease One
Selection Arrow
Decreases the setting
Slide Bar
Down One
Selection Arrow
Highlights the selection below
Escape Key
Escapes without saving changes
Selects the setting by pressing and
releasing on the slide bar or pressing and
dragging the Slider to a designated value.
Range for a specific setting is displayed on
the slide bar.
Increase One
Selection Arrow
Increases the setting
Up One Selection
Arrow
Highlights the selection above
Number Pad
Use the numbers to set the selection value
Zoom In
Key
Narrows slide bar range. Gray = maximum
zoom level.
Open Number Pad
Key
Maximizes the number pad
Zoom Out
Key
Expands slide bar range. Gray = minimum
zoom level.
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CHAPTER 3 – MAIN SETUP
Main Setup Mode configures the Setup, OEM, User Interface, Communication and Help options.
NOTE:The menu structure on your display might vary from the one displayed in this User Manual depending on the virtual
terminal being used.
Figure 3-1: Main Setup Screen
Home Key
Back One Screen
Forward One Screen
Up One Option
Down One Option
Master Screen Key
|
MAIN SETUP MODE MENU STRUCTURE
Setup
|
|
|
|
OEM
User Interface
Communication
Help
GPS Setup
Diagnostic
Machine Setup
About
The OEM setup menu is password protected and the settings in this menu are directly related to the fitted OEM equipment.
GETTING STARTED
SETUP
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OPERATION
NOTE: Settings are NOT automatically saved when selected. The ACCEPT KEY must be selected to save the setting. Select the
ESCAPE KEY to escape without saving settings and return to the previous menu.
To access the Main Setup screens:
1. Select BOOMPILOT ECU KEY
from the Master Screen.
2. Select MAIN SETUP SCREEN KEY
from the Home Screen.
3. Select from:
►Setup – used to configure the GPS settings and Machine settings
◄ GPS Setup – used to establish the Overlapping percentage, GPS Alarm and GPS Input
◄ Machine Setup – used to establish the delay off and delay on time; front or back implement mounting position; and distance
from the boom and the antenna to the mounting point
►OEM – used to establish if the antenna is machine mounted and its associated distance from the hitch
►User Interface – used to allow the operator to select the system virtual terminal (VT) and ECU identification number
►Communication – used to establish the BoomPilot ECU's ability to communicate with an external computer
►Help – allows the operator to choose between Diagnostics and the About screen
◄ Diagnostic – used to provide information regarding the BoomPilot protocol, VT and TECU.
◄ About – used to provide information on the console such as software version, build number, etc
NOTE: The menu structure on your display might vary from the one displayed in this User Guide depending on the virtual terminal being
used. This User Guide will display all possible options.
OVERVIEW
Main Setup Screen
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Master Screen
The Master Screen gives access to the systems currently available on your VT.
• To view the Master Screen options, select MASTER SCREEN KEY
in bottom right corner of any screen.
Figure 3-2: Master Screen
Master Screen Key on Main Setup Screen
Home Screen
The Home Screen gives access to the BoomPilot ECU’s available functions: Operation Mode and Main Setup.
• To view the Home Screen, select HOME KEY
in the top right corner of any screen.
Figure 3-3: Home Screen
Home Key on Main Setup Screen
SETUP
OVERVIEW
Setup configures the GPS settings and Machine settings.
GETTING STARTED
1. From the Main Setup Screen , select SETUP.
2. Select from:
►GPS Setup – used to establish the Overlapping percentage, GPS Alarm and
GPS Input
►Machine Setup – used to establish the delay off and delay on time; front
or back implement mounting position; and distance from the boom and the
antenna to the mounting point
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Figure 3-4: Setup
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GPS Setup
GPS setup establishes the Overlapping percentage, GPS Alarm and GPS Input.
Figure 3-5: GPS Setup
Overlapping
Overlapping determines the amount of overlap allowed when each boom section is
turned on and off using Automatic Boom Section Control. Select from 0%, 50% or
100%.
• To select the Overlapping percentage, select an option from the drop down
menu or use the UP/DOWN ARROWS to highlight the option.
GPS Alarm
GPS Alarm determine if an alarm sounds when GPS or DGPS is lost or if there are
no GPS alarms.
Figure 3-6: Overlapping
• To select the GPS alarm type, select an option from the drop down menu or
0%
use the UP/DOWN ARROWS to highlight the option.
GPS Input
GPS Input determines if the GPS signal is through the internal GPS or an external
RS232 port.
• To select the GPS input type, select an option from the drop down menu or
use the UP/DOWN ARROWS to highlight the option.
50 %
100 %
Machine Setup
Machine Setup establishes the delay off and delay on time; front or back implement
mounting position; and distance from the boom and the antenna to the mounting
point.
Figure 3-7: Machine Setup
Delay Off
Delay Off functions as a “look ahead” for establishing the timing for the boom
section valves to switch off exactly when entering an area that has been applied. If
the boom turns off too soon when entering an applied area, decrease the Delay Off
setting. If the boom turns off too late when entering an applied area, increase the
Delay Off setting. Range is 0.0 - 10.0 seconds.
• To select the delay off time, use the number pad or slide bar.
GETTING STARTED
GPS Antenna
SETUP
Distance from Boom to Mount Point
Distance to Boom defines the distance from the hitch or mount point to the boom.
Range is 0.00 - 50.00 meters.
• To select the distance, use the number pad or slide bar.
Hitch/Mount Point
Boom
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Distance from Antenna to Mount Point
Distance from Antenna defines the distance from the hitch or mount point to the antenna. The antenna should be behind the mount point
(machine mounting is set in OEM options). Range is 0.00 - 200.00 meters.
• To select the distance, use the number pad or slide bar.
OPERATION
Front or Back Mounted Implement
Direction to Boom sets whether the boom is located behind or in front of the GPS
antenna as the vehicle moves in a forward direction.
• To select the mounting placement, select an option from the drop down menu
or use the UP/DOWN ARROWS to highlight the option.
OVERVIEW
Delay On
Delay On functions as a “look ahead” for establishing the timing for the boom
section valves to switch on exactly when entering an area that has not been
applied. If the boom turns on too soon when entering a non-applied area, decrease
the Delay On setting. If the boom turns on too late when entering a non-applied
Figure 3-8: Distance to Mount Point
area, increase the Delay On setting. Range is 0.0 - 10.0 seconds.
• To select the delay on time, use the number pad or slide bar.
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OEM
The OEM setup menu is password protected and the settings in this menu are directly related to the fitted OEM equipment. To obtain an
access code, contact your local dealer or TeeJet Technologies Customer Service.
To access the OEM screens:
Figure 3-9: OEM
1. From the Main Setup Screen , select OEM.
2. Select OEM.
3. Select the Access Code Entry Box to the right of the menu option.
4. Use the number pad or slide bar to enter the access code.
5. Select the ACCEPT KEY
to complete the unlock process
Antenna Machine Mounted
Antenna Machine Mounted sets if the antenna is mounted on the machine, not the
implement/boom. Range is 0.00 - 200.00 meters.
• To set if the antenna is machine mounted, select an option from the drop down
menu or use the UP/DOWN ARROWS to highlight the option.
Distance from Hitch to Antenna
Distance from Antenna defines the distance from the hitch or mount point to the
antenna. This option is only available if the antenna is machine mounted and the
"Antenna Machine Mounted" options is "Yes". Range is 0.00 - 200.00 meters.
• To set the distance, use the number pad or slide bar.
Figure 3-10: OEM Unlock
Figure 3-11: Distance from Hitch to Antenna
GPS Antenna
Hitch/Mount Point
OVERVIEW
Boom
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SETUP
OPERATION
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USER INTERFACE
User Interface allows the operator to select the system virtual terminal (VT) and
ECU identification number.
1. From the Main Setup Screen
, select USER INTERFACE.
Figure 3-12: User Interface
Use Preferred VT
Use Preferred VT sets the virtual terminal preference to either on or off. If “On” is
selected, the preferred VT will be used. If “Off” is selected, the system will arbitrarily
select which VT to use (if more than one VT is available on the ISOBUS CAN).
• To set the Use Preferred VT mode, select an option from the drop down menu
or use the UP/DOWN ARROWS to highlight the option.
NOTE: This should always be set to "off" unless another VT is on the CAN bus.
Show Number on Soft Key
Show Number on Soft Key establishes if a user assigned identification number will
be visible on the Master Screen, Home Screen and Operation Screen.
• To set the Soft Key Number mode, select an option from the drop down menu Figure 3-13: BoomPilot ECU Number
or use the UP/DOWN ARROWS to highlight the option.
NOTE: Typically used only if more than one (1) BoomPilot ECU is on the CAN bus.
OVERVIEW
BoomPilot ECU Number (FI)
BP ECU Number is the identification number referring specifically to the BoomPilot
ECU.
• To set the BoomPilot ECU Number, use the number pad or slide bar.
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COMMUNICATION
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OPERATION
SETUP
Communication establishes the BoomPilot ECU's ability to communicate with an external computer.
Figure 3-14: Communication
1. From the Main Setup Screen , select COMMUNICATION.
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HELP
The Help menu allows the operator to choose between Diagnostics and the
display of information about serial number, CAN BUS information, etc. These
menus are typically accessed upon Customer Service personnel request only.
1. From the Main Setup Screen , select HELP.
2. Select from:
►Diagnostic – used to provide information regarding the BoomPilot protocol,
VT and TECU.
►About – provides information on the console such as software version, build
number, etc.
Figure 3-15: Help
Diagnostic
Diagnostic is used to provide information regarding the BoomPilot protocol, VT and
TECU.
►BoomPilot Protocol – provides information regarding the IC18 pairing and the
pair's associated boom sections.
►VT – provides information regarding the virtual terminal controller.
Figure 3-16: Diagnostic
►TECU – provides information regarding the TECU.
BoomPilot Protocol
BoomPilot Protocol provides information regarding to which IC18 ECU (per IC18
identification number) the BoomPilot ECU is paired, and the pair's associated boom
sections.
Figure 3-17: BoomPilot Protocol
OVERVIEW
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SETUP
OPERATION
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VT Data
The Virtual Terminal (VT) menu provides information regarding the virtual terminal
controller (i.e., address version, etc.).
• If more terminals/controllers are used, switch between these by pressing the
GO TO NEXT VT KEY
.
• Press the DELETE OBJECT POOL KEY
to upload information from the
IC18 Job Computer to the Virtual Terminal.
NOTE: Restart the IC18 Job Computer to implement and display changes.
Figure 3-18: VT Data
TECU
The TECU is a control unit, residing on the tractor, that performs basic functions
such as power handling, speed info, etc. The TECU data are displayed on this
page.
Figure 3-19: TECU
About
APPENDIX
OPERATION
SETUP
GETTING STARTED
OVERVIEW
The About screen provides information on the ECU such as software version, build Figure 3-20: About
number, etc. This information may become useful in case of technical support.
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CHAPTER 4 – OPERATION MODE
The Operation Screen accesses the working aspects of the BoomPilot ECU including boom section control and trip/application
information.
NOTE:Settings are automatically saved when selected.
NOTE:The menu structure on your display might vary from the one displayed in this User Manual depending on the virtual
terminal being used.
OPERATION MODE OVERVIEW
Information on the Operation screen will vary depending on the parameters set by the user and the OEM.
Figure 4-1: Operation Mode Screen Overview
Total Area Bounded
Alert Warning
Speed
Remaining Application Time
1.77 B.area
Applied Area
5.2
0.0
km/h
GPS Information
Home Key
0:00 hh:mm
ha
All Sections On Key
Start Boundary Key
Finish Boundary Key
No GPS
No Boundary Key
Boom Sections
Auto/Manual Mode Key
Extra Key Spaces
Master Screen Key
Bounded Area Status
2
ECU ID Number
Keys Descriptions
Icon
Description
OVERVIEW
GETTING STARTED
Home Key
Press to return to the Home Screen
Start Boundary
Key
Press to start a new boundary
Finish Boundary
Key
Press to finish the boundary. A straight line will complete the boundary between your current location and the
starting point
No Boundary
Key
Press to apply without using a boundary
Auto/Manual
Key
Press to toggle between automatic and manual application modes
• Automatic mode will turn on ABSC (automatic boom section control)
• Manual mode will turn off ABSC.
All Sections On
Key
Press to turn on all sections whether or not you are in an applied or not applied area
Section and Icon Descriptions
SETUP
Section or Icon
Description
Job Information
This information bar displays the total area bounded and remaining
application time
0:00 hh:mm
OPERATION
Total Area
Bounded
Displays the total area bounded in current boundary
Remaining
Application Time
Displays the amount of time remaining to completely cover the area bounded based on the current speed and
rate of application
Speed
Displays vehicle speed
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Section or Icon
Description
Applied Area
Displays the actual application per hectare/acre
Alarm
Displayed if an alarm condition is active
GPS Information
Displays the current GPS status or mode
Boom Sections
Displays the active
and inactive
they are on
(spray is blue) or off
Sprayer ID Number
Displays the soft key number assigned to the displayed IC18 ECU.
Bounded Area Status
This information section displays the current or applicaion boundary status
boom sections as well as if
(spray is gray).
Bounded Area
Coverage Status
Displays the amount of the bounded area that has had application
applied to it
Boundary In
Progress
Displays when a boundary is being created
No Boundary
Displays when no boundary is available
Master Screen
The Master Screen gives access to the systems currently available on your VT.
• To view the Master Screen options, select MASTER SCREEN KEY
in bottom right corner of any screen.
Figure 4-2: Master Screen
Master Screen Key on Operation Mode Screen
1.77 B.area
0:00 hh:mm
5.2
0.0
km/h
ha
No GPS
2
OVERVIEW
Home Screen
1.77 B.area
GETTING STARTED
The Home Screen gives access to the BoomPilot ECU’s available functions: Operation Mode and Main Setup.
• To view the Home Screen, select HOME KEY
in the top right corner of any screen.
Figure 4-3: Home Screen
Home Key on Operation Mode Screen
0:00 hh:mm
5.2
0.0
km/h
ha
OPERATION
SETUP
No GPS
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APPLICATION BOUNDARY
Application boundaries establish areas where application is and is not applied while using ABSC or BoomPilot.
To establish an application boundary:
Figure 4-4: Boundary in Progress
1. Drive to a desired location at the perimeter of the field/application area.
2. Press START BOUNDARY KEY
.
3. Travel the perimeter of the field/area.
4. Finish boundary:
►Travel to within one swath width of the starting point. The boundary will close
automatically (the operations screen will begin showing the Bounded Area
Coverage Status in the Bounded Area Status section).
►Press BOUNDARY FINISH KEY
. A straight line will complete the
boundary between your current location and the starting point
NOTE: The boundary will not be available if the minimum distance is not travelled
(five-times the swath width).
To apply without a boundary:
1. Drive to a desired location at the perimeter of the field/application area.
2. Press NO BOUNDARY KEY
.
3. Begin application.
Figure 4-5: Bounded Area Coverage Status
1.77 B.area
0:00 hh:mm
5.2
0.0
km/h
ha
No GPS
Bounded Area Coverage Status
Bounded Area Coverage Status displays the amount of the bounded area that has
had application applied to it.
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AUTOMATIC OR MANUAL SECTION CONTROL
OVERVIEW
Automatic mode will turn on ABSC (automatic boom section control).
• Automatically control when boom sections are turned on/off as an applied area is entered/exited.
Manual mode will turn off ABSC. Section control will be controlled by the associated IC18.
Figure 4-6: Auto/Manual Key
1. On the Operation Screen , establish Automatic Operation Mode or Manual
1.77 B.area
0:00
Operation Mode by pressing the AUTO/MANUAL KEY
so that the green dot
is on AUTO (automatic) or the hand (manual) accordingly.
hh:mm
5.2
0.0
km/h
ha
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No GPS
SETUP
2
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ALL SECTIONS ON
All Sections On will turn all sections on whether you are in an applied area or not.
1. On the Operation Screen
KEY .
, turn all sections on by pressing the ALL ON
NOTE: Pressing and holding the ALL ON KEY
will force all sections to remain
on. When you release the ALL ON KEY , the sections will go back to the
previous mode (auto/manual).
Figure 4-7: All On Key
1.77 B.area
0:00 hh:mm
5.2
0.0
km/h
ha
No GPS
2
boom sections as well as if they are on
(spray is blue) or off
Figure 4-8: Boom Sections
1.77 B.area
0:00 hh:mm
5.2
0.0
km/h
ha
No GPS
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OVERVIEW
2
SETUP
and inactive
OPERATION
Boom Sections displays the active
(spray is gray).
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BOOM SECTIONS
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APPENDIX A - FACTORY SETTINGS & RANGES
SETUP
GPS Setup
Description
Factory Setting
Range/Options
Overlapping
100%
0%, 50%, 100%
GPS Alarm
No GPS Data
No GPS Data
No DGPS Data
No GPS Alarms
GPS Input
Internal
Internal
RS232
Description
Factory Setting
Range/Options
Delay Off
0.0
0.0 - 10.0 sec
Delay On
0.0
0.0 - 10.0 sec
Front or Back Mounted Implement
Back
Front
Back
Distance from Boom to Mount Point
0.00
0.00 - 50.00 m
Distance from Antenna to Mount
Point
0.00
0.00 - 200.00 m
Description
Factory Setting
Range/Options
Antenna Machine Mounted
No
Yes
No
Distance from Hitch to Antenna
0.00
0.00 - 500.00 m
Description
Factory Setting
Range/Options
Use Perferred VT
Off
Off
On
Show Number on Soft Key
No
No
Yes
BoomPilot ECU Number (FI)
1
1-9
User Setting
Machine Setup
User Setting
OEM
User Setting
USER INTERFACE
OVERVIEW
GETTING STARTED
APPENDIX B - UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
SETUP
Dimensions
19.05 x 18.42 x 6.03 cm
Weight
0.644kg
Connector
30 position Cinch pins. A1-K3
30 position Cinch pins. L1-Y3
Environmental
OPERATION
Operating
-40 to +85°C
Humidity
90% non-condensing
Input/Output
ISO 11783 (ISOBUS)
Power Requirement
<9 watts @12 VDC
APPENDIX
16
www.teejet.com
User Setting
B O O M P I LOT®
J O B CO M P U T E R
U S E R
Software Version 0.00
TeeJet Technologies
1801 Business Park Drive
Springfield, Illinois 62703 USA
Tel: (217) 747-0235 • Fax: (217) 753-8426
www.teejet.com
98-05210 R0 UK
© TeeJet Technologies 2011
TeeJet Aabybro
Mølhavevej 2
DK 9440 Aabybro
Denmark
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