MT500 Installation and Setup Guide

MT500 Installation and Setup Guide
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PRODUCT WARRANTY
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free of defect in material or workmanship. If the product proves to be defective within the warranty period
the purchaser must return, freight prepaid, said product to TeeJet Technologies within thirty (30) days after
such defect is discovered. Upon inspection and examination by TeeJet Technologies, and at its option, the
product shall be repaired or replaced with a new or comparable product. No product will be considered
defective if it substantially fulfills the performance specifications. Purchaser shall be responsible for all
required maintenance service in accordance with procedures outlined in TeeJet Technologies’ product
operator manual or service bulletins.
MT500 Injection Pump
Installation and Setup Guide
All product(s) replaced or repaired under warranty shall carry the remainder of the warranty left on the
original purchase. All out of warranty product(s) serviced for fee or goodwill will have ninety (90) days of
warranty. The ninety (90) days shall begin on the date serviced by TeeJet Technologies.
Warranty periods for TeeJet Technologies products shall be:
TeeJet and Mid-Tech Control Consoles - 2 1/2 years
TeeJet and Mid-Tech Switch boxes - 2 1/2 years (3, 5, 9 booms)
All other products - 12 months unless otherwise noted
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used during normal operations) such as light bulbs, batteries, etc., and expendable items (items that wear
out in normal use) such as injection pump tubes, flow meter bearings, etc., will not be covered by warranty.
For products that come in direct contact with chemical, the specific recommendations contained in TeeJet
Technologies product bulletins must be adhered to, or this warranty is void. Any repairs or alternations,
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liability in connection with said product.
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1801 Business Park Drive
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Mounting
Injection pumps are recommended to be located as close as possible to
the point where the chemicals are injected into the main carrier supply
line. The inlet side of the carrier pump is the preferred injection point. It
is critical that the point of injection only be subject to normal carrier tank
static head pressure, and not the normal operating pressure generated by
the carrier pump. Consideration of the location for the chemical containers
must also be given, keeping the distance between the MT500 injection
pump and the chemical container to a minimum. Refer to the injection
system Plumbing Diagram on Page 7 for additional information.
Once the location for the injection pump has been selected, orient the
assembly so that the pump cover is easily opened to allow access for service. All service can be completed from the front of the pump, so zero rear
clearance is required. The pump housing is designed to provide flexibility
in mounting options. The housings interlock for added stability and allow
stacking (vertical or horizontal) or mounting on their sides.
98-05050 R3
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Figures 1 and 2 provide measurements and mounting holes for the pumps.
Calibration Numbers
Pumps:
Figure 1 - Bottom View
1. ________ 2. ________ 3. ________ 4. ________ 5. ________
10.75 in/27.3 cm
7.00 in/17.78 cm
3.25 in/8.25 cm
This space is reserved for recording pump calibration numbers:
8.63 in/
21.92 cm
.75 in/
1.9 cm
1.25 in/3.18 cm
Figure 2 - Side View
16.50 in/41.91 cm
17.00 in/
43.18 cm
14.53 in/
36.9 cm
1.00 in/
2.54 cm
5.56 in/
14.12 cm
2.29 in/
5.82 cm
NOTE: Secure each pump firmly to eliminate vibration and possible damage to the connecting hoses and cables.
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Peristaltic Pump General Specifications
Plumbing
Product Description
Pump Type:
Versatility:
Refer to the sample plumbing diagram on Page 7 for suggestions on how
to connect the system.
Controlled Occlusion Peristaltic Pump
Handles a wide range of chemicals, wide turn-down
ratio, multiple flow rate ranges, modular, stackable,
and compatible with various TJ controllers
Performance Characteristics
Response:
Chemical moves through tube immediately
when motor is driven
Motor Speed:
0 to 350 rpm at 12.5 VDC
Pumped Media
Fluids:
Liquid chemicals including those in
suspension
Electrical
Power:
60 to 120 watts typical
Voltage:
12 volt DC vehicle
Power Connection: 2 pin MetriPak 480 Tower sealed
Physical Properties
Dimensions:
11.5”H x 19”D x 10.5”W
29.2 cm x48.3 cm x 26.7 cm
Plumbing:
3/4” NPT in - 3/4” NPT out
Weight:
34 lbs/15.4kg
Environmental
Temperature:
Humidity:
Vibration:
Dust:
14 degrees F to 140 degrees F
-10 degree C to 60 degrees C
Weatherproof (high humidity)
n/a
n/a
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Each injection pump is equipped with two cables:
a pump control cable
a pump power cable.
Refer to the sample system diagrams on Pages 8 and 9 for suggestions
on how to connect the system.
Route all cables carefully. Avoid moving parts, excessive heat, and
exposure to tree limbs, stubble, and other debris. Allow enough
slack at all pivot points to prevent pinching or stretching the cables.
Secure the cables with cable fasteners and/or cable clamps.
Pump Control Cables
When the injection pumps have been designated #1, #2, etc., it is
suggested that cable tags be used to mark them accordingly (use permanent ink and a waterproof marker). Carefully route the cable to the
console (TASC system) or Product Control Module or DCM (Legacy
system).
Pump Power Cable
Parts List
45-05301
45-05302
45-05307
45-06503
54-02000
60-10046
98-05050
70-04013
70-04008
70-04009
70-04010
70-04011
Cabling
Cable Assembly, Signal, Pump to TASC
Cable Assembly, Power, Pump to Power
Cable Assembly, Signal, Pump to PCM
Harness, DCM to MT500 Pump
Pump Assembly
Kit, Mounting Hardware, Pump
Manual, Installation, Legacy Injection Pump
Kit, Tube (Includes 1 each of the 4 tubes listed below)
Tube Assembly, QD 3/16” Python
Tube Assembly, QD 1/4” Python
Tube Assembly, QD 3/8” Python
Tube Assembly, QD 1/2” Python
Route each power cable to the vehicle battery (12 VDC only). Attach
the red lead (fused) to the positive post and the black lead to the
negative post of the battery.
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Proper Pump Tube Selection
Typical Legacy System Wiring Diagram
Use the following formula to determine the flow capacity requirements of the
pump. Check the Pump Tube Selection Chart (Figure 3) to verify the proper
pump tube size.
Legacy 6000 Console
75-05007 (a)
US Measurements:
Pump Capacity = Max. Boom Width x Max. Speed x Chemical Rate x (.00202)
(oz/Min)
=
(feet) x
(mph) x
(oz/acre) x (.00202)
Com 1
Com 2
USB
L6K Main Harness
45-07000 (a)
Terminator
45-08101 (a)
6
7
8
9
10
GSO
AUTO
OFF
DCM Harness
45-07500
Product Harness
45-06501
Dual
Control
Module
Boom Switchbox
78-30004
To
Battery
Terminator
45-08102
(a)
Switch Function
Module
78-08027
To Boom
Section
Valves
Dual
Control
Module
78-08025
Compact II Radar
90-02168
Figure 3 - US Pump Tube Selection Chart
B
5
BOOM CONTROL
A
4
CAN
3
SPD
2
B
1
MASTER
CAN Extension
Cable (12’/4m)
45-08112
PRG
US example: A sprayer with 35 feet booms traveling at a speed of 7 mph and
applying 32 oz of chemicals per acre requires a maximum pump capacity of 15.8
oz/min. (35 feet x 7 mph x 32 oz/ac x .00202 = 15.8 oz/min.) Referring to the
Pump Tube Selection Chart, a 3/16 inch pump is sufficient for this rate. If 100 oz/
acre of chemical is required for application, a 1/4 inch pump tube is required (35
feet x 7 mph x 100 oz/acre x .00202 = 49.49 oz/min) which exceeds the recommended range of the smaller 3/16 inch tube. (Chart is in oz/min or l/min)
CAN Extension
Cable (12’/4m)
45-08112
POWER
Pump Capacity = Max. Boom Width x Max. Speed x Chemical Rate x (.00167)
(l/Min)
=
(meters) x
(kph) x
(l/ha)
x (.00167)
To
Battery
A
Metric Measurements:
Battery
Not Used
Sensor
Extension
Cable
404-0045
Regulating Valve
Extension Cable
402-0024
CAL
PRIME
Power Cable
45-05302
Recommended Operating Ranges for the TeeJet Injection Pumps
teJeeT
Flow Meter
90-02176
MT 500
Injection Pump
90-06046
Tube Size
Regulating Valve
3-Port Poly
35-02083
Preferred Range
Acceptable Range
0.3
Rate, US Fluid Ounces Per Minute
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Figure 3 - Metric Pump Tube Selection Chart
Tube Size
Preferred Range
Acceptable Range
To Battery
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Legacy Inj. Pump
54-02000
Power Extension Cable
45-05302
Signal Extension Cable
45-05301
To Battery
Power Extension Cable
45-05302
Legacy Inj. Pump
54-02000
Signal Extension Cable
45-05301
To Battery
Power Extension Cable
45-05302
Legacy Inj. Pump
54-02000
Signal Extension Cable
45-05301
Boom
Status
GSO
Boom Interface Cable
405-0036
8 9
4 5 6 7
BOOMS
1 2 3
Distance
Prime
Test
Speed
Scan
DISPLAY SELECTOR
Speed
DEC.
Width
Total Applied
CARRIER
Appl. Rate
Area
SET- UP
CHEMICALS
%Rate
Chem. Rate
Chem. Applied
INC.
OPERATE
ON
Recommended Operating Ranges for the TeeJet Injection Pumps
Rate, Litres Per Minute
OFF
TOTAL APPLICATION
SPRAYER CONTROL
Typical Calibration Numbers
2
Valve Driver
405-0143
- 3/16” tube (red)
- 1/4” tube (blue)
- 3/8” tube (green)
- 1/2” tube (yellow)
Flowmeter
Interface Cable
405-0044
Note:
1" Flowmeter
120-XXXX
1" Flow Control Valve
879-XXXX
Fuse,(5 amp)
Battery cable
45-05037
+
White
Black
Compact II Radar
90-02168
Vehicle Battery
(12 Volts)
d
ee
Sp
nd
ro
u
G
Fuse,(10 amp)
Typical calibration numbers for the Python pump tubes listed above include:
Ground Cable Assy
45-05322
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CHEMICAL APPLICATORS
TASC 6300 Console
90-02157
RATE
3
ON
Alt.Rate
Gal./
Flow
.
-Ac
TASC-6300
0.10
Flow Control Cable
404-0022
MID-TECH
MIDWEST TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
®
OFF
Implement
Status
Typical TASC System Wiring Diagram
TASC
32
55
110
185
Legacy US
32.1
19.2
9.16
5.32
Legacy Metric
1085
650
310
180
The accuracy of product delivery by the MT500 pump is dependent
on the pump being accurately calibrated. It is recommended that
the pump be calibrated any time the following takes place:
-
The first time a pump is installed and used
Any time a pump tube is changed
Any time a new chemical is used in the pump
Any time the operator feels that the pump discharge may
not be accurate
If the calibration procedure ever results in a calibration number
that does not fall within a range of +/- 10% of the above stated
default calibration numbers, the user must stop using the pump
immediately and contact their TeeJet Technologies supplier for
assistance.
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Calibration
Tube Strap Hinge
Optional Mount - could be mounted
elsewhere within reach of Calibrate Button
Carrier Pump
Right
Quick Disconnect
Fitting
TeeJet Technologies recommends the following maintenance to keep the Legacy pump
operating at peak efficiency:
Flushing and Cleaning
CHEMICAL TANK
Maintenance
In-Line Filter
Left
Quick Disconnect
Fitting
Pump Tube
INJECTION HOSES*
Latch
M
Tube Rollers
Bypass line
Tube Retaining Strap
CHEMICAL TANK
Reverse Prime
Button
CHEMICAL TANK
Calibrate Button
Check the pump carefully for wear each day during frequent operations. Check tube for
cracking, side splits, or other signs of material fatigue. If any signs of deterioration are
present, the tube must be replaced immediately (replacement tube kits are available
from your TeeJet Technologies dealer).
CarrierTank
CLEAN WATER
FLUSH PORTS
Do not leave chemical in the pump or application lines overnight. The system should
be flushed and cleaned at the end of daily operation. For the best tube life, clean and
lubricate the tube in the injection pump priors to each day’s operation. Use only Tube
Lube, part # 006-0101 or 89-04000 from your TeeJet Technologies supplier. At the end
of each day’s use, disconnect the line from the chemical tank (or turn the cal valve to
the center off position) and release the latch on the tube retaining strap to prevent the
tube from developing a flat spot over the roller.
INJECTION PUMP ASSEMBLIES
Daily Pump Maintenance
CHEMICAL TANK ASSEMBLIES
Always refer to the chemical manufacturer’s directions regarding cleaning and flushing.
Quick Fill Port
Must be located between the Carrier Tank and Main Shut Off Valve.
Figure 4 - Pump Diagram
NOTES:
* Injection Hose lengths should be kept to a minimum to reduce the amount of chemical required to fill the lines.
However, be sure to allow enough length, so as to not bind or stretch the hose when raising or lowering the boom.
** Upstream injection point for chemicals that need to be mixed with the carrier before other chemicals are added.
There must be an in-line strainer between this injection point and the other injection points.
is an optional feature that allows chemical to be pumped back into the chemical tank
from the injection line. The pump must be equipped with an optional Reverse Prime module
in order for this feature to be available.
OPTIONAL UPSTREAM INJECTION POINT**
is not used. The Reverse Prime button
Main Shut Off Valve
Must be closed during refilling to prevent possible
back wash of chemicals into the Carrier Tank.
11 of this user guide. Note: The middle button
"AUTO RANGE" FLOW CONTROL VALVE
Simultaneously adjusts the Main Carrier and By-Pass flow lines
to optimize control accuracy over the entire range of the sprayer.
Boom Valves
To
Spray
Booms
on the Legacy pump instead. Calibration numbers can be recorded on page
FLOW METER
button
M-T 02148
Typical Injection System Plumbing Diagram
Refer to the TASC 6300/6600, TASC 6500, or Legacy 6000 User Guide for calibration instructions related to your specific console. When a reference is indicated to place a magnet
on the motor control module or Product Control Module (PCM), press and hold the Calibrate
The pump calibration must be checked any time a pump tube is changed.
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