Sprayer Control plumbing & inStallation

Sprayer Control plumbing & inStallation
Sprayer Control
P l u m b i n g & I n s ta l l at i o n
Manual for SprayLink Cable Installations
Tank
Jet
Agitator
Tank Shut-Off
Diaphragm
Pump
Agitator
Valve
Pressure
Transducer
Electric Ball Valves
Strainer
Pressure Relief Valve
Boom Sections
Pressure Regulating Valve
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Table of Contents
Plumbing Diagrams
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Mounting Sprayer Components
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Pressure Regulator In Bypass Mode....................................................................................... 5
Regulator In Throttling Mode................................................................................................. 5
Flow Meter............................................................................................................................... 5
Boom Control Valves............................................................................................................... 6
Pressure Transducer................................................................................................................ 6
Speed Sensors
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Options .................................................................................................................................................. 7
Magnet & Proximity Speed Sensor Installation.................................................................... 7
Step 1: Location..................................................................................................................................... 7
Step 2A: Installing The Magnetic Sensor............................................................................................ 7
Installing the Wheel Magnets.................................................................................................................. 8
Step 2B: Installing The Proximity Sensor........................................................................................... 9
Confirming Speed Sensor Installation................................................................................. 10
Magnetic & Proximity Wheel Sensor................................................................................................. 10
Radar.................................................................................................................................................... 10
Mounting The Console
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Console Step 1: Location....................................................................................................... 11
Console Step 2: Mounting..................................................................................................... 11
Electrical Connections
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Connect Step 1: Power.......................................................................................................... 12
Connect Step 2: Sensors........................................................................................................ 13
Connect Step 3: Valves.......................................................................................................... 14
Main Cable Valve Wire Chart................................................................................................................ 14
Connect Step 4: Console ....................................................................................................... 15
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System Tests
Test Step 1: Test Console Power Up...................................................................................... 16
Test Step 2: Test Speed Sensor Installation......................................................................... 16
Test Step 3: Test Valves Installation...................................................................................... 17
Test Step 4: Test Flow Meter Installation............................................................................. 17
Test Step 5: Pressure Transducer Installation...................................................................... 17
Machine Connector............................................................................................................... 17
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Plumbing Diagrams
The following diagrams are shown as general guidelines to follow when plumbing TeeJet Sprayer control
components. The type of pump used, type of valves used and location of other components can vary from sprayer
to sprayer. It is important to ensure that if a pressure transducer is used that it is located as close to the spray tips
as possible. Normally this is at the boom control valves. However, if a particular boom section is always used, the
pressure transducer can be mounted on that particular boom section. If a flow meter is used, ensure that all of the
flow going through the flow meter is directed to the spray tips. Make sure that proper distance is allowed on the
inlet and outlet side of the flow meter (refer to the flow meter section of this manual).
Figure 1-1: Bypass Plumbing Diagram, Flow Based System ,Centrifugal Pump
Electric Ball Valves
Tank
Jet
Agitator
Flow
Meter
Boom Sections
Strainer
Tank Shut-Off
Pressure
Regulating
Valve
Agitator
Valve
Throttle
Valve
Centrifugal
Pump
Figure 1-2: Bypass Plumbing Diagram, Pressure Based System, Centrifugal Pump
Tank
Solenoid Valves
Jet
Agitator
Pressure
Regulating
Valve
Agitator
Valve
Strainer
Tank Shut-Off
Centrifugal
Pump
Pressure
Transducer
Boom Sections
Throttle
Valve
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Figure 1-3: Throttle Plumbing Diagram, Flow Based System, Diaphragm Pump
Tank
Jet
Agitator
Tank Shut-Off
Diaphragm
Pump
Agitator
Valve
Electric Ball Valves
Strainer
Pressure Relief Valve
Flow
Meter
Boom Sections
Pressure Regulating Valve
Figure 1-4: Bypass Plumbing Diagram, Pressure Based System, Diaphragm Pump
Tank
Jet
Agitator
Tank Shut-Off
Diaphragm
Pump
Agitator
Valve
Pressure
Transducer
Electric Ball Valves
Strainer
Pressure Relief Valve
Boom Sections
Pressure Regulating Valve
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Figure 1-5: Throttle Plumbing Diagram, Flow Based System, Diaphragm Pump
Tank
Jet
Agitator
Tank Shut-Off
Diaphragm
Pump
Agitator
Valve
Electric Ball Valves
Strainer
Pressure Relief Valve
Pressure
Regulating
Valve
Flow
Meter
Boom Sections
Bypass Control Valve
Figure 1-6: Throttle Plumbing Diagram, Pressure Based System, Diaphragm Pump
Tank
Jet
Agitator
Tank Shut-Off
Diaphragm
Pump
Strainer
Pressure Relief Valve
Agitator
Valve
Pressure
Transducer
Electric Ball Valves
Pressure
Regulating
Valve
Boom Sections
Bypass Control Valve
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Figure 1-7: Throttling Plumbing Diagram, Flow Based System, Centrifugal Pump
Pressure
Regulating
Valve
Solenoid Valves
Tank
Jet
Agitator
Flow
Meter
Agitator
Valve
Boom Sections
Strainer
Tank Shut-Off
Throttle
Valve
Centrifugal
Pump
Figure 1-8: Throttling Plumbing Diagram, Pressure Based System, Centrifugal Pump
Pressure
Transducer
Electric Ball Valves
Tank
Jet
Agitator
Agitator
Valve
Boom Sections
Strainer
Tank Shut-Off
Centrifugal
Pump
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Throttle
Valve
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Mounting Sprayer Components
Pressure Regulator In Bypass Mode
Figure 1-9: Pressure Regulator
All pressure regulating valves for TeeJet control kits will be
wired for use in a by-pass system. While plumbed in a by-pass
mode, with the AUTO/MAN key in the “MAN” mode, the valve
should close when the + key (switch) is pressed and open
when the
key (switch) is pressed.
The pressure regulating valve can also be mounted in a throttle
position as an alternative location. Refer to the plumbing
diagrams in the plumbing section of this manual for differences
between throttle and bypass plumbing.
Regulator In Throttling Mode
The pressure regulating valve can be located in the supply
line before the boom control valves. This means that all of
the flow going through the regulating valve is directed to
the spray booms. If you choose this location, the control
console will need to be properly programmed to reverse the
polarity of the valve. This programming step can be found in
the Programming and Operating Manual supplied with your
console.
When in throttling mode, with the sprayer control console in
manual mode, the valve should open when the + key (switch)
is pressed, and close when the
key (switch) is pressed. Be
sure to check this before plumbing the valve into the system.
Flow Meter
To ensure accurate readings, the flow meter (if used) must be
mounted 10″ to 12″ (25-35 cm) from other pipe fittings on the
inlet side of the flow meter and 5″ to 7″ (12-17 cm) on the exit
side of the flow meter. Mount (preferably) in a vertical position
with the flow going up with direction of flow arrow (if applicable)
pointing toward the boom control valves. Refer to figure below.
Figure 1-10: Flow Meter Mounting
Electric Ball Valves
5"-7"
12-17 cm
Flow
Meter
Boom Sections
10"-12"
25-35 cm
Figure 1-11: Flow Meter Examples
Be sure the flow meter is plumbed so that all liquid passing
through it is routed to the booms and not back to the
tank. When using three-way boom control valves, refer to
Programming and Operating instruction manual of your sprayer
controller for programming guidelines.
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Boom Control Valves
The Boom Control Valves are connected in tandem and
centered in front of the boom sections. See the Control
Valve Instruction Manual for mounting instructions.
Figure 1-12: Boom Control Valves Examples
NOTE: If using a flow based (flow meter) control system,
flow should not be bypassed back to the tank
from the valves unless using three-way, constant
pressure valves. All flow that goes through the
flow meter should either be directed to the boom
sections or dead–head at the valves.
If using three-way valves, refer to the instruction
manual of the valves you are using for valve calibration
instructions.
Pressure Transducer
The pressure transducer (if used) should be installed as
close to the spray tips as possible. Normally this is at the
boom control valve assembly. Refer to diagrams below.
Mount the unit vertically on a short stand pipe to help
protect the sensor.
NOTE: Pressure drop, to some degree, is found in most
plumbing systems. Pressure drop is created when
there is any kind of restriction in the spray line
reducing flow rate and is quite often produced
between the boom control valve assembly and
the spray tips. If one of the boom sections on the
sprayer is always used, the pressure transducer
can be installed on that particular boom section,
therefore minimizing any potential pressure drops
between the sensor and spray tips. If the pressure
drop in your system is greater than 5 psi (0.3 bar),
you should consider this as an alternative location
for the pressure transducer.
Check all components to make sure they are mounted
securely to avoid excessive vibration.
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Figure 1-13: Pressure Transducer
Pressure
Transducer
Electric Ball Valves
Boom Sections
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Speed Sensors
Options
Magnetic Speed Sensor
Two magnets, Sensor with attached connector cable, and
mounting hardware.
Proximity Speed Sensor
Proximity speed sensor with attached
connector cable.
Radar Speed Sensor
Radar speed sensor and appropriate adapter cable (if
ordered). Follow the instructions supplied with Radar
Speed Sensor for installation.
GPS Speed Sensor
GPS speed sensor, GPS antenna and appropriate adapter
cable (generic, Raven or Deutsch). Follow the instructions
supplied with GPS Speed Sensor for installation.
Matrix® Pro Guidance
System
Built-in GPS supplies speed. Follow the instructions
supplied with the Matrix Pro guidance system for
installation.
Magnet & Proximity Speed Sensor Installation
Step 1: Location
The speed sensor assembly should be installed on a non-driven wheel to avoid potential errors that are likely to
occur from a slipping drive wheel. In case of a tractor mounted sprayer the speed sensor is usually mounted on
one of the front wheels. In case of a trailed sprayer the sensor is usually mounted on one of the sprayer wheels.
Step 2A: Installing The Magnetic Sensor
The flat L bracket of the wheel speed sensor kit should be secured to a vertical member near the non-driven
wheel. The round, right angle steel bracket is then secured to the flat bracket with the two U-bolts and necessary
hardware provided. The round, right angle bracket is then used to secure the magnetic sensor mounting clamp.
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Figure 1-14: Installing The Magnetic Sensor
Flat L Bracket
Sensor
Sensor
U-bolts
Clamp Screw
Sensor Clamp
Magnet
Rim
Steel
Bracket
The magnetic sensor should be inserted into the mounting clamp and positioned
to within 1/8″ to 3/8″ (3-10 mm) of the wheel magnet. Tighten the sensor clamp
using the clamp screw.
NOTE: Y
our installation will likely vary from the example. It may be necessary
to customize the installation to accommodate your specific machine.
The magnetic sensor must be mounted in-line with the magnets and
positioned within 1/8″ to 3/8″ (3-10 mm) from each magnet as they pass
the Sensor assembly.
Installing the Wheel Magnets
The two magnets must be spaced an equal distance around the wheel. Check for
pre-drilled holes in the wheel rim. If pre-drilled holes are not available, lay out a
pattern as shown in figure above and drill two 3/8″ (10 mm) holes, locating them
near the outer edge of the rim, if possible, and 180° from each other.
Place the magnets into each of the two holes on the inside rim and securely
fasten using the nuts and washers provided.
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Figure 1-15: Installing the Wheel Magnetics
Step 2B: Installing The Proximity Sensor
An optional proximity sensor is available to use in cases where space is limited or for drive shaft speed sensing.
The proximity sensor will work by sensing any metal object. The proximity sensor must be mounted in-line with the
bolts and positioned within 1/8″ to 3/8″ (3-10 mm) from each bolt as they pass the Sensor assembly.
Secure the Proximity speed sensor to a bracket that is mounted on a vertical member near the non-driven wheel.
NOTE: A mounting bracket is not included with a proximity speed sensor kit. You will need to fabricate a mounting
bracket. This is usually accomplished using a flat piece of steel that is rigid enough to avoid vibration yet
flexible enough to bend to position the sensor in the desired location.
Figure 1-16: Installing The Proximity Sensor
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The proximity sensor should be secured with two self tapping screws. The sensor bracket must be installed in
such a way that excessive vibration is prevented. Otherwise false pulses can be detected by the sensor due to
vibrations of the sensor itself.
NOTE: Your installation will likely vary from the example. It may be necessary to customize the installation to
accommodate your specific machine. Keep in mind that the bolts must be spaced an equal distance
around the wheel (which is normally the case).
Confirming Speed Sensor Installation
NOTE: Control console must be powered on to confirm the speed sensor installation. If you have not yet
installed the control console and connection to power, continue on with the installation and confirm speed
installation during the testing procedures.
Magnetic & Proximity Wheel Sensor
After your wheel or proximity sensor is installed and once the control console is installed and powered up, you
can test the speed sensor installation. Connect the wheel speed or proximity sensor to the main cable, and in turn
connect the main cable to the control console. When the connection is made, rotate the wheel that is being used
for the speed sensor. If using a proximity sensor, you will be sensing metal objects and not magnets. Each time a
magnet (metal object for proximity sensor) passes the sensor a red LED (orange LED for proximity sensor) on the
back of the sensor will light. The LCD display on the console will also indicate a speed as the sensor receives and
sends electronic pulses.
Figure 1-17: Magnetic & Proximity Wheel Sensor
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Radar
If you are using a radar speed sensor it should be connected to the speed sensor connector on the main cable. An
adapter cable will be necessary when using most radars and is available through your TeeJet dealer. The TeeJet
control console will automatically sense if the speed sensor is a wheel speed, proximity type or radar type sensor
during calibration. TeeJet control consoles are automatically adapted to most brands of radar speed sensors,
provided that the appropriate adapter cable is used. If using a radar sensor, the control console will usually show
some indication on the display during the calibration procedure. The indication may be different from console to
console. Refer to the speed sensor calibration instructions in the Programming and Operating Manual for your
console.
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Mounting The Console
Console Step 1: Location
Determine the best location for the control console in the cab or operator’s compartment. Allow sufficient
clearance, approximately 6″ to 8″ (15-20 cm) to accommodate for the Main Cable that will be connected to the
connector on the right hand side of the console.
Console Step 2: Mounting
Mount the console to a firm support within the cab area, and secure using the slots provided on the top, back, or
bottom of the Console. The mounting brackets included with the kit can provide angle adjustment if necessary.
The slots in the Console will accept 1/4″ (6 mm) bolts.
Figure 1-18: Installing The Proximity Sensor
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Electrical Connections
Connect Step 1: Power
Locate the power cable; it has a black connector on one end, and two battery terminal rings on the other. Extend
the battery terminal ring end of this cable to the battery.
NOTE: Some tractors use two 6 Volt batteries as a power source. Make sure there is a total of 12 Volts delivered
to the controller by connecting to the (+) terminal on one battery and the (-) terminal on the other battery.
Refer to the diagram below.
Figure 1-19: Electrical Connections
Reliable operation of the 844 Sprayer Control depends on a clean power supply. Ensure this by connecting the
power cables directly to the battery and not to another power source.
Connect the battery terminal rings to the battery posts, making sure that the positive (red) and negative (black)
wires correspond with the polarity of the battery terminals. Connect the battery cable to the main cable by
matching the appropriate connectors.
NOTE: The power cable is designed to provide the simple addition of a remote master boom switch in a
convenient location (i.e., on the throttle, gear shift, of floor switch). To install a remote boom switch, simply
splice the switch into the brown wire in the power cable. The switch should be rated to handle the total
current used by all boom section valves combined. If installed, the remote master switch will operate in
series with the boom switches on the console.
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Connect Step 2: Sensors
Now that you have the console installed you can begin connecting it to the other components of the system.
Lay out the cables before installing the sprayer components to be sure the cables are long enough. If your
installation requires longer cables, an extension that installs between the console and the standard main cable
is available. If an exit hole had to be cut in the cab, be sure the edges are de-burred and protected to prevent
damage to the cables.
First match the connectors from the main cable to the mating connectors on the sensors (i.e. speed, flow, etc.)
Next, determine the best cable routing to the sprayer control components on the sprayer. This could be along
the flow line, mainframe of the sprayer, or wherever the cables can be conveniently secured. Avoid any situation
where the cables may lay in puddles, or come in contact with extreme heat sources.
WARNING: System Components should be mounted at least 3 feet (1 meter) from areas of excessive
vibration (i.e., engines) to avoid high frequency interference.
Now route the appropriate cable lead for each sensor to the sensor. Be sure to tie up any unused cable lengths to
prevent possible damage. Connect the sensor leads from the main cable to the sensors.
If both the flow meter and pressure transducer are not used simultaneously, there will be one extra connection on
the sensor end cable. Simply tie this part of the cable back as it will not be used.
Figure 1-20: Sensors
Power Connection
Shut-off Valve Wires
Refer to Valve Connect
Section for wire colors
Speed Connection
Pressure
Connection
Flow Connection
Regulating Valve Connection
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Connect Step 3: Valves
Repeat the procedure above with the cable leads to the Pressure Regulating Valve and the Boom Control Valves.
Refer to the chart below when attaching the boom section wires. This cable also includes two ground wires for
ground connections and two wires for constant power (+12 VDC) connections if needed (i.e. for electric ball
valves).
Figure 1-21: Valves
Main Cable Valve Wire Chart
Description
Wire Color
Section 1
White
Section 2
Brown
Section 3
Green
Section 4
Yellow
Section 5
Gray
Ground
Green
+12 VDC
Red
1
2
3
4
Boom Sections
NOTE: Most TeeJet controls are designed to handle a
maximum of 4 amps per boom section.
T-tap connectors must be attached to the ground wires to
connect them to the boom control valves, which should
be evenly distributed across the two. The same procedure
with the T-tap connectors should be followed for the
constant power wires (if used).
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2
3
Boom Sections
Figure 1-22: T-tap connectors
T-tap connector
Step A
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Step C
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Figure 1-23: Wire Connections
White Wires: Connected to
the appropriate section
wires from Main cable; see
table above
Green
Red
Black Wires: Connected to
the green (ground) wires
from Main cable
Red Wires: Connected to
the red (+12VDC) wires
from the Main cable
Connect Step 4: Console
Now connect the main cable to the console. The connection is slotted so that it will connect in only one way.
Simply rotate the connector until you feel the slots line up Then twist the locking ring of the connector onto the
console connection to complete the connection.
Figure 1-24: Locking Ring and Cable Connection
Locking Ring
Main Cable
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System Tests
Test Step 1: Test Console Power Up
Make sure that the Main Cable is connected with the Console. Check if the Console starts up by pressing the
appropriate “ON” key (refer to the Programming and Operating Manual of your console for instructions on turning
the console on) of the Console. If the display shows information then the power to the Console is correctly
connected. If the Console does not power up, check the Main Cable connection and check the connection at the
battery.
NOTE: Most TeeJet Sprayer Controls have an automatic power down feature. With the master boom switch in
the “off” position, the console will automatically shut down after 10 minutes of no inputs. This prevents
possible battery drainage. To turn the console “off”, refer to the Programming and Operating manual
shipped with your console.
WARNING: DO NOT SWITCH OFF THE CONSOLE BY REMOVING THE MAIN CABLE.
Test Step 2: Test Speed Sensor Installation
Rotate the wheel on which the speed sensor is installed. Each time a bolt (magnet) passes the sensor, an LED on
the sensor will light up
The display on the console will also indicate a speed as the bolts (magnets) pass the sensor or you can count the
pulses when the Console has an auto speed calibration mode (see Programming and Operation Manual of the
Console).
If using a radar speed sensor, follow the instructions supplied with that unit. The only good test with a radar is to
actually drive the vehicle with the radar installed and connected to determine if you are getting a speed signal.
Figure 1-25: Speed Sensor
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Test Step 3: Test Valves Installation
From the Console turn the Master switch and the Boom Section switches ON and OFF - one by one - and verify
whether the valves open and close properly. The Master switch must be on for the individual boom switches to
work correctly.
The regulating valve can be tested by switching the Console to Manual mode. When the Master switch is ON, you
can drive the regulating valve by pressing the + or the
key. The + key should increase pressure and the
key should decrease pressure.
Test Step 4: Test Flow Meter Installation
Warning: Perform those initial tests only with water (no chemicals) !
Make sure that the flow meter pick-up sensor is mounted in the correct position. If using a standard turbine type
flow meter the pickup sensor should be mounted in the hole closest to the arrow on the flow meter body. This hole
is also deeper than the other one.
To test the flow meter, with the control console powered on, activate the sprayer pump. Now turn on the individual
spray boom switches that will be used during the test. Next toggle the Master switch to the on position. You should
see spray start to come out of the spray tips. View your console display screen to see if the flow information is
being recorded.
It is also possible to activate the flow meter by blowing through the flow meter until you see the turbine turning in
the flow meter body. You can test the flow signal also when the flow meter pickup sensor is not yet screwed into
flow meter body. The sensor can be activated by bringing a piece of metal (e.g. screw driver) against the pickup.
Test Step 5: Pressure Transducer Installation
Make sure that the pressure sensor is securely mounted and the sensor lead for the pressure transducer has
been plugged in.
To test the pressure transducer, with the control console powered on, activate the sprayer pump. Now turn on the
individual spray boom switches that will be used during the test. Next toggle the Master switch to the on position.
You should see spray start to come out of the spray tips. View your console display screen to see if pressure
information is being recorded.
Figure 1-26: Male Pin Connector (console connector)
Machine Connector
The machine connector is a 28-pole Framatome
connector with all necessary machine connections. The
connector socket on the side plate has male pins, so the
connector on the cable should have the matching female
sockets.
The functions of each pin are explained in the following
table.
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Pin
Signal
Remarks
A
Main Valve
Output to drive the Main Valve if used (+12V when active)
B
Section 1
Output to drive the valve for section 1
C
Section 2
Output to drive the valve for section 2
D
Section 3
Output to drive the valve for section 3
E
Section 4
Output to drive the valve for section 4
F
Section 5
Output to drive the valve for section 5
G
Section 6
Output to drive the valve for section 6
H
Section 7
Output to drive the valve for section 7
J
Section 8
Output to drive the valve for section 8.
K
Section 9
Output to drive the valve for section 9
L
N/A
Not Used
M
N/A
Not Used
N
N/A
Not Used
P
N/A
Not Used
R
Flow Sensor
Input for the flow sensor (active GND)
S
Pressure Sensor
Input for the pressure sensor (0 to 20mA or 4 to 20mA)
T
Speed Sensor
Input for the speed sensor (Active GND). Proximity or Radar type.
U
N/A
Not Used
V
N/A
Not Used
W
N/A
Not Used
X
N/A
Not Used
Y
N/A
Not Used
Z
N/A
Not Used
a
Reg. Valve +
Output with the plus signal for the regulating valve
b
Reg. Valve -
Output with the minus signal for the regulating valve
c
+12V Switched Input
+12V Supply for Main valve and Boom section valve outputs
d
Ground (-)
Supply GND
e
+12V supply
+12V Supply for Console
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I n s ta l l at i o n MANUAL
Congratulations! And thank you for choosing a TeeJet Technologies advanced
sprayer control system. With its proper installation and maintenance, you can
enjoy many seasons of accurate and uniform spray application with fingertip
convenience and ease of operation.
Installation of your control system components will be covered in easy-to-follow,
step-by-step instructions.
WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY
before attempting installation of your sprayer control system. The unit’s
performance will depend on it’s proper installation, along with planned
preventive maintenance of your entire sprayer.
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