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To check the software versions installed on your AFS display, go to Home > Diagnostics > Version.
You can check the versions installed on any CAN device by going to Home > Diagnostics > CAN and finding the device in the list.
Case IH recommends that a full set of yield and moisture calibrations be performed every year. This will ensure that performance is not negatively affected by machine maintenance (new elevator chain or paddles, different flow sensor impact plate, etc.) or by crop characteristics (density, texture, etc.).
Data can be deleted using the Data Management > Delete screen. NOTE: Ensure that a backup copy of all data has been saved, if desired. Deleting data using the Data Management > Delete screen will delete data from the internal display memory as well as from the USB flash drive or data card.
No. Calibration values are stored independently from yield data, and are not affected when data is deleted. To reset calibration values to default, import Default values for the selected Crop Type on the Calibrations > Crop screen.
The XCN-2050 display can be utilized for water management or implement steering utilizing the FM-1000+ Application. If Radio RTK will be used, it is important to order the AG815 radio with the built in second receiver.
Steering and ISO
Yes, with minimal changes. Contact your dealer for details.
Not only does the XCN-2050 display have a faster processor and larger internal memory, but new features such as NextSwath are only available for the XCN-2050. The XCN-2050 is designed to handle the increased demands of new applications and allow for future expansion.
Standard Case IH 2 year warranty from the date of sale.
This app provides all the features of the FM-1000 display and more, such as NextSwath.
Yes, dealers can access the XCN-2050 display using the TeamViewer app with your authorization. The XCN-2050 must have good connectivity facilitated through a modem, tethering a phone, or by using a USB Wi-Fi adapter.
The NAV II/III mounting varies by vehicle. Please contact your dealer or the AFS Support Center.
The three basic parameters that we tune with are Gain, Deadzone and Breakout
Gain: How aggressively the system will attempt to change rate
Deadzone: percentage away from target rate before flow is adjusted
Breakout: The initial amount of PWM/Servo voltage required to move the valve
There are also two types of Gain to adjust depending on the valve used:
PWM valves use the Integral Gain
Servo valves use the Proportional Gain
For specific values please contact your dealer with the brand, type, and diameter of the valve being used.
First, verify there is a layer assigned in Work Condition > Layer. If no layer can be assigned, create a Manual Application Channel. (Search FAQ page for procedure).
Next, in Toolbox > Implement, set the implement type to "Hitch" (if equipped). Cycle the hitch down and up and see if the work state arrow appears.
If the work state arrow appears then change back to EHR implement. Cycle the configured EHR paddle forward to detent, then back to detent. It is crucial to detent valve.
Also note the tractor is running task controller, AccuControl (with the implement switch turned on), or a CNH planter, these will always override the EHR's.
If the work state arrow still does not appear, the tractor may need a software update. Please contact your dealer.
Yes, for pricing and availability, please contact your dealer. When contacting your dealer have your All-Makes harness number available. This can be located roughtly six inches from the display connector.
When loaded with version 25.* Autoguidance software or higher, the display can store up to 2000 individual swaths at any one time.
These swaths may be any combination of Heading, Straight, Circle, Curve, Spiral, Field Swath, or MultiSwath+ patterns*. Once this limit is reached, swaths must be deleted from the display (DATA MANAGEMENT > DELETE) before additional swaths can be created.
*MultiSwath+ swath sets are only stored on the USB stick, and are available for use in the display only when the USB stick is installed.
Yes. The AFS Pro 600 and AFS Pro 700 displays may be connected to the following serial rate controllers: Hardi 5500; Raven 100 & 1000 series, Rawson AccuRate, Flexicoil FlexControl II. When connected to a serial rate controller listed above, the Case IH display provides variable-rate and mapping functionality. When connected to a Rawson AccuRate and/or Hardi 5500 controller, the Case IH displays can also perform automatic section control. (A JobCom box required for automatic section control with the Hardi 5500 controller.) Contact your local Case IH dealer for more information on cabling, setup, and operation of the 3rd-party control interface.
Yes, Large Tractor software version 21.2 (and higher) enables data-logging and area-counting to be controlled via the primary hydraulic valve (EHR1).
In AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700 Large Tractor software versions prior to v21.2, data-recording and area-counting were be controlled via the three-point hitch (3PH). v21.2 continues this function and adds control via the primary electrohydraulic remote (EHR1).
In the AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700 display, the operator uses the Implement Type window on the Toolbox > Implement screen to select the appropriate Work Control option for the current implement.
If "EHR 1 Implement" is selected, the implement is considered to be "working" when the primary remote valve is retracted or in float, and the implement is considered to be "not working" when the primary remote valve is extended.
If "Hitch Implement" is selected, the implement is considered to be "working" when the hitch is lowered, and "not working" when the hitch is raised, based on the Implement Working Depth set in the Work Condition > Hitch Notebook screen.
NOTE: Updates to the Large Tractor display software may require updates to the software installed in other tractor controllers, to ensure that all features are available.
Yes. The part number for this harness is 84169716.
This harness provides power and ground to the display. It also serves as a serial port breakout harness and provides a data ground for the RS232B serial connection, along with a connection for CAN-based GPS. Finally, it provides a diagnostic connector for use with your dealer's laptop service software. This harness is intended for use in generic installations including competitive vehicles and utility vehicles.
"USA" displays standard "English" units of measure (acres, gallons, pints, quarts, bushels, pounds, ounces, tons, etc.)
"Imperial" is very similar to "USA", except that an Imperial Gallon contains 5 quarts, rather than a "USA Gallon", which contains 4 quarts.
"Metric" displays standard metric units of measure (hectares, liters, milliliters, kilograms, grams, metric tonnes, etc.)
Note that when "Metric" is selected, user-defined windows (Run screen windows) displaying any bushel-related values ("Bushels, Dry", "Bushels, Wet", "Flow, Dry bu", etc) are not available, as the "bushel" is not a valid unit of measure in the Metric system of measurement.
Header Center Offset is used for calculating autoguidance swaths and accurately mapping harvested regions. It is critical that this value be accurately entered in the combine display.
The Header Center Offset is determined by measuring the horizontal distance (parallel to the long axis of the front axle) between the GPS receiver and the center of the header.
If the center of the header is to the LEFT of the GPS receiver, the Header Center Offset will be a negative value. If the center of the header is to the RIGHT of the GPS receiver, the Header Center Offset will be a positive value. All directions are referenced while facing the normal direction of travel.
The AFS Pro 600 and AFS Pro 700 offer two user-selectable interface levels. The interface level can be changed by going to Toolbox > Display Setup.
The "Basic" Interface Level is intended for operators who require only basic machine-control functionality, and is NOT recommended for operators needing precision farming capabilities. Basic mode disables several display features, including reading and writing to the external datacard or USB flash drive, mapping, prescription rate control, MultiSwath+, ISOBUS Task Controller, automatic section control, advanced yield monitor calibration, and advanced Product attribute setup.
The "Advanced" Interface Level is recommended for the majority of operators. Advanced mode enables all activated features in the display, and permits data to be recorded to the external datacard or USB flash drive.
All user-entered names in the display may consist of up to 18 characters.
Any combination of upper-case, lower-case, numbers, or special characters may be used.
If names longer than 18 characters are exported from the desktop software, the names will be truncated when imported into the display.
Case IH recommends that you create Tasks as needed, rather than creating a large number of Tasks at once for future use.
Empty (unused) Tasks will become locked and unusable when you archive your data (download data to your desktop software)
First, ensure that you have created a backup of all data, as there is no way to recover data after it has been deleted. Then follow the steps below.
You can now insert the blank data card or USB stick into the display. Your Grower, Farm, and Field names remain in the display, but all of your previous years' data will be deleted.
If you want to delete ALL data, including setup values such as Grower, Farm, and Field names, choose Data Type "Grower" in Step 3. You can then export setup information to the display from the desktop software, or copy setup information from another AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700.
The primary file format used by all Case IH color displays is called "Voyager 2". This file format is used for all Case IH proprietary systems, including 1200 planters, factory yield monitors, AFS AccuControl, AFS AccuGuide, 3rd-party serial rate control, performance logging, and other related functions.
This file format creates a folder on the datacard or USB flash drive, with datestamped name ending in ".CN1". Inside this folder are a number of other folders, along with a file named "index.vy1". Some desktop software application will require you to choose the index.vy1 file when you import your data into the software.
When using the ISOBUS Task Controller (software v28 and higher), the AFS Pro 700 uses the industry-standard ISOXML file format for all data related to the Task Controller (prescription rate control, application rate logging, etc.) Data not related to the Task Controller continues to be logged in the Voyager2 file format.
Effective with Precision Farming v30.6 and higher, the AFS Pro 700 is also compatible with standard Esri Shapefiles, for importing selected data. Contact your local Case IH dealer for details.
Yes! Most management items (Growers, Farms, Fields, Operators, Containers, Products, Field Marks, Boundaries, Obstacles, and Swaths) can be transferred from one display to another via the datacard or USB flash drive.
This will happen automatically when the target display is powered up with the datacard or USB flash drive from the originating vehicle installed. Note that Tasks are vehicle specific and cannot be transferred.
Growers, Farms, Fields, and Swaths can also be exported to the AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700 from the Case IH AFS desktop software.
Datacard or USB flash drive capacity must be from 32 MB to 4GB. CompactFlash card and adapter kits, and USB flash drives, are available through your local Case IH dealer.
If you purchase a datacard or USB flash drive from Case IH, it will be formatted correctly for use in your AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700. If you purchase a card from another retailer, verify that it is formatted as "FAT" (also called "FAT16") or FAT32.
There is a need for multiple GPS outputs from the 162, 252, 262, and 372 GPS receivers.
This is especially common when exporting GPS to a secondary control or logging system on an AccuGuide-equipped vehicle. This condition is found most often on tractors running AFS AccuGuide autoguidance and pulling a planter that runs row clutches via a second control system (not via the AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700).
Use CNH part number ZTN55224 to export GPS signals from a 162, 252, 262, or 372 receiver to a 3rd-party device. This cable is designed to allow Port C to be utilized when Ports A and B are already in use (for example, when using RTK and the Joey radio). If Port A or Port B is unused, you may use cable 87298129 instead of ZTN55224.
On vehicles equipped with AFS AccuGuide, it is also possible to export a corrected GPS position directly from the NavII or NavIII controller to a 3rd-party device. Use cable 87298129, or, if the cable is completely inside the cab, use 380002422. Configure the GPS export via the Toolbox > NAV screen in the AFS Pro 700.
GPS differential correction signal (DGPS) subscriptions are now ordered and renewed directly though OmniSTAR Inc. Customer Service.
You may contact OmniSTAR Customer Service at 1-888-OMNISTAR, or contact your local Case IH dealer for assistance.
The AFS Pro 600 and AFS Pro 700 require incoming GPS in the following format:
CAN-A: Used with AFS AccuGuide systems on most Case IH tractors, Patriot sprayers, and Titan floaters
CAN-B: Used with AFS AccuGuide systems on most Case IH combines.
RS232A: Use if connecting any GPS receiver to the flat 5-pin connection on a 2100/2300/2500 series combine or universal tractor/planter harness. This setting is also used when connecting a serial receiver to the 10-pin connector on an 88 Series or 10/20/130/140/230/240 Series combine.
RS232B: Use if connecting any GPS receiver to the DE-9 connector on the bottom of the AFS Pro 600 or the back of the AFS Pro 700. IMPORTANT: This connector does not provide a ground for the data signal. If you experience difficulty establishing communication via the RS232B connection, contact your local Case IH dealer.
Yes. All Case IH AFS yield monitors should be calibrated in the following order:
There are a number of tips that can improve the accuracy of your yield monitor calibrations.
First, you need to verify that there is nothing mechanically wrong with your yield monitoring system.
Common sources of error include moisture in connectors (often as a result of pressure-washing the vehicle), damaged wiring harnesses), and a deflector plate clearance (if required) that is not within spec. Contact your Case IH dealer for assistance identifying these or other issues that might be to blame.
If you find that there is no mechanical issue with the machine and ALL of your grain weight calibration loads are consistently over 10% (but with similar error %), then it is usually safe to go ahead and calibrate with those loads. An example: You have 6 grain weight calibration loads at varying levels of crop flow. Your errors range from 12% - 13.8%. Select all 6 loads and calibrate. Since the error is consistent, this set of loads should produce acceptable calibration results.
Yes. Just remember that you will need to complete loads (Tasks) at different flow rates and in some Crop Types is will take a long time to fill a semi trailer on low flow.
Also, remember that if you use a semi trailer for 1 load, you need to use it for all your grain weight calibration loads, as the weights of each calibration load must be within a 5% range. The recommended weight for calibration loads is 10,000lbs.
No. You can calibrate your yield monitor at any time during harvest.
To apply current calibrations to previously harvested data in an AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700, use the "Apply Cal Values" feature in Data Management > Apply.
Overlap Control refers to the ability of the AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700 to automatically shut off seed drive motors or row clutches based on the position of a planter section relative to an already-applied area of the field. Overlap Control is based on the as-applied map created by the display. (This feature also applies to Patriot Sprayers and Titan Floaters equipped with the AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700 application control system.)
To enable Overlap Control, set the Overlap Control window to "On" in the Toolbox > Overlap Setup screen. Then set the desired Percent Overlap. The default value is 99%. This means that 99% of a section (hydraulically controlled or clutch controlled) must be overlapping a previously applied area before the section will turn off. A high percentage results in more overlap and very little skip; a lower percentage results in more skip and less overlap. The allowable range is 1% - 99%.
Overlap Control also requires that the Section Control Method, Start Early Distance, Stop Late Distance, Bar Distance, and Product Delay be set correctly. (see below)
Boundary Control refers to the ability of the AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700 to automatically shut off seed drive motors or row clutches based on the position of a planter section relative to an inner or outer boundary in a field. (This feature also applies to Patriot Sprayers and Titan Floaters equipped with the AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700 application control system.) Boundary Control is based on boundaries, and is not related to the as-applied map. To use Boundary Control, you must have existing Inner and/or Outer Boundaries for the current Field. Boundaries can be recorded in the AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700, or can be exported from a compatible desktop software application.
To enable Boundary Control, set the Boundary Control window to "Yes" in the Toolbox > Overlap Setup screen. Then set the desired Percent Out Of Bounds. The default value is 1%. This means that when 1% of a section is outside an Outer Boundary (or inside an Inner Boundary) the section will shut off. A low value will result in very little application outside the boundary. A higher value will result in more application outside the boundary, but will also make the system less susceptible to the effects of GPS drift. The allowable range is 1% to 99%.
Boundary Control operates independently of Overlap Control, and is not affected by Start Early Distance or Stop Late Distance.
Bar Distance (Toolbox > Config) is the distance from the corrected GPS reference point on the vehicle to the seed drop point on the planter. It should be measured horizontally, on the ground, at the tractor centerline, with the planter in planting position.
The corrected GPS reference point will vary depending on the vehicle model and the GPS receiver offsets entered in the Toolbox > GPS Setup screen. Refer to your AFS Pro 600 or AFS Pro 700 Operator's Manual for Precision Farming and Framework Software for more information.
Product Delay (Work Condition > Controller Setup) is the amount of time that elapses between the operator starting the product drives and the product actually hitting the ground. This measurement is extremely important because it provides ground speed compensation for the rate or section control system. As travel speeds increase, the accuracy and precision of the Product Delay becomes even more critical to proper performance.
Start Early Distance (previously called Lead Distance) is the distance used to start the planter when exiting an overlap area. This distance can be adjusted to ensure that the planter turns on at the appropriate time to prevent overlaps or skips when leaving a previously-planted area (such as a headland). If your planter is starting BEFORE leaving overlap, decrease the Start Early Distance by the distance between the start and the overlap. If your planter is starting AFTER leaving the overlap area, increase the Start Early Distance by the distance between the start and the overlap.
Stop Late Distance (previously called Lag Distance) is the distance used to stop the planter when entering an overlap area. This distance can be adjusted to ensure that the planter turns off at the appropriate time to prevent overlaps or skips when entering a previously-planted area (such as a headland). If your planter is stopping BEFORE entering the overlap area, increase the Stop Late Distance by the distance between the stop and the overlap. If your planter is stopping AFTER entering the overlap area, decrease the Stop Late Distance by the distance between the overlap and the stopping point.
The allowable range for Start Early and Stop Late Distance is 0ft to 25ft.
Start Early Distance and Stop Late Distance work in conjunction with Bar Distance (the distance from the GPS receiver reference point to the seed tube) and Product Delay (the elapsed time between the "plant" command from the display, and when seed actually hits the ground). Both Bar Distance and Product Delay must be set correctly to ensure that the Start Early and Stop Late Distance values work properly. Start Early and Stop Late distances should only be adjusted to fine-tune performance after configuring Bar Distance and Product Delay. If you feel that you need negative values for Start Early and/or Stop Late distances, you likely have errors in your Bar Distance and/or Product Delay.
Your local Case IH dealer or the AFS Support Center can assist you with configuring your planter.
Varieties should always be put in as Products.
These Products can then be assigned to map layers in Work Condition > Layer. This will ensure that variety information is recorded properly for analysis in the desktop software, and for use with the automatic Variety Tracking feature in Case IH combines.
Yes, always assign a Default Rate for the Product when defining a Product in the Product Setup screen (Toolbox > Product).
You should also assign the Min Rate, Max Rate, and Delta Rate for the Product. This will ensure that the Product setup is completed successfully.
When a prescription is exported from the desktop software, the software will ask the user for a default rate to be used when the vehicle leaves the prescription zone. If a default rate is not specified, the prescription will use a default rate of "0" for product application outside the prescription zone.
The Default Rate assigned in the Product Setup screen (Toolbox > Product) is only used during manual product application.
Place the "Swath Select" window on a run screen. Tap on Swath Select and it will bring up a Swath Select menu. Once in the menu, select "Info"
Info will display the following:
Note: this feature is available in autoguidance software version 184.108.40.206 and after.
Combines are the only units that ship from the factory with a Case IH approved USB stick. The USB stick is found in the plastic pouch with the combine operator's manuals.
Contact your dealer to purchase the recommended USB stick.
The display contains a feature called "Season Setup Date". Once the "season setup date" passes, data prior to that date will be archived and not visible on the display.
Data prior to the season setup date can be viewed in the desktop software.
Yes, AFS Connect can be used. An NTRIP subscription is required. Contact your dealer to purchase.
A cellular RTK subscription must be purchased separately.
NTRIP connectivity is achieved by entering the NTRIP server details using a Case IH AFS Pro 700 monitor. Once the modem is configured it will stay configured.
Yes, AFS connect can still be used. AFS Connect will show location, as well as most vehicle performance data in the AFS Connect portal.
Yes. Create separate prescriptions for both products and then load them into the display. Make sure the prescriptions are exported as a planting prescriptions.
In the display:
Note: to ensure prescription comes across properly, ensure it is written in the corresponding product form to the products that were created in the display.
Raven flow meter calibrations (CAL) are expressed in Pulses per 10 gallons. Case IH displays express meter cals in Pulses per 1 gallon so the value needs to be converted.
Raven CAL = 1200
1200 = 1200 pulses/10 gallons
To get the Raven calibration converted to a value acceptable to the Pro 700 we need to divide by 10.
1200 pulses/10 = 120 pulses
Enter 120 as the CAL value in the Pro 700
From the Field Screen go to Settings > System > About the Display.
Navigate to the System Information Tab from the home screen. The software version is located in the upper left.
Navigate to the System Information Tab from the home screen. The Autopilot Controller version is located on the right.
From the Field screen, navigate to Settings > System > Status > Internal File System Statistics.
It is recommended to back up the data and clear the display before the internal disk space used reaches 50%, to increase system performance.
Navigate to the System Information tab from the home screen. The internal memory status is located in the lower left.
Satellite settings for CenterPoint RTX, RangePoint RTX, xFill, and Omnistar correction services are as follows:
Unlocks that can be transferred are:
Unlocks can be transferred to and from the following displays:
Contact your local dealer for more details.
In the Toolbox > Layout screen where User Defined Windows are selected, there is a new selection called "Run Tab Name". Tap on this window to access the pop-up keyboard. Names should be kept to 8 characters or less to display properly on the run screens.
Note: This feature is available with Framework 220.127.116.11 or higher.
The AFS Pro 700 display does not save all data to the internal memory. To save mapping data, a USB memory device must be installed in the display during operation. Examples of mapping data include: combine mapping (yield and moisture), as-applied mapping (seed, fertilizer, herbicide, etc.), vehicle data mapping (fuel used, engine load, slip, etc.). If operating without a USB, mapping data will be shown on the display, but when the display is shut down, it will not be saved. There is no way to recover this data.
Contact the AFS Support Center at 1-855-4AFS-HELP.
With a subscription the AFS Support Center provides access to service and support for all of your AFS products, while also coordinating with your Case IH AFS Certified Dealer. It's a one-stop shop for all your AFS needs. You'll talk with an AFS support engineer who is 100 percent dedicated to keeping you rolling in the field.
No, unfortunately the DCM300 cannot be used. The only supported modems for AFS Connect are the AM50/53 modems.
For model year 2016, Steigers are now sold with Advanced steering technology. The only calibration required is the roll angle calibration.
For 1200 series Early Riser planter models (or any planter with MIU or MCC controllers), version 27 software is the highest that can be used. If you have a newer version please contact your dealer.
Controller types for your planter can be seen in the Diagnostics menu on the CAN tab.
The Pro 700 does not support soil sampling features. The workaround for this is when scouting with the display, mark an obstacle or a rock at the sample locations. These field marks will then come through in the desktop software.
This also works creating obstacles or features in the Desktop Software and exporting to the display to show where to dig.
From the home screen of the FM1000, select the "Unlocks" option. This will populate a list of what is unlocked in the display. This applies to display features as well as correction levels.
From the Home screen, select the menu icon in the upper right area, select Settings, and then select Feature Unlocks.
At the bottom of this screen the currently unlocked features will be listed.
There are three main things that are considered when the display calculates Wet Bushels Per Acre.
If the display is reading dashes, you are missing one of the following:
The above user defined windows can be set up in a run screen by going to Toolbox > Layout.
There are five main things that are considered when the display calculates Dry Bushels Per Acre Yield.
If the display is reading dashes, you are missing one of the following:
The above user defined windows can be set up in the run screen by going to Toolbox > Layout.
If your moisture in the display is reading the same as the manual moisture setting in calibrations crop, it is because the moisture sensor is in manual mode.
Moisture will be in Set to Manual Mode when the moisture sensor detects a invalid reading, a moisture sensor fault is detected, or if the operator turns manual moisture mode on.
On V28.8 Yield software and after, the display will identify in the Status and Warning Icon area a Man Moisture Icon to signify that the moisture sensor detects an invalid reading.
This is often seen when keying on the machine at the beginning of operation until crop enters the Moisture Bypass Assembly.
The windows on the run screens are referred to as User Defined Windows.
You can create your own layout by going to Toolbox > Layout.
Create a new layout (recommend using operator's name).
The run screens 1-6 can be set up by selecting a window and scrolling through the list to select the intended window to be viewed.
Often the Acreage shown as harvested is not the same as what was planted or what the known field size is.
It is recommended to do a Distance Calibration or Tire Radius (Found in Calibrations > Calibrate), to correct the wheel speed sensor for the tires installed on the Combine.
Several in season factors can attribute to the acreage being a mismatch after a field is finished.
The measured area for the harvested field can be corrected by going to Calibrations Area tab. There you can select the Grower, Farm and Field and correct the actual acres harvested to what is recorded.
Go to Diagnostics > CAN tab. This tab will list every controller on the vehicle, and controller information includes what software version each one is on.
The controller name for the NAV II is 'NAV II' and for the GPS Reciever is 'GPS'.
The version listed next to 'Software Version' is the software version installed in the controller.
If the controller is coming up as 'Not Detected', contact your dealer for further troubleshooting.
It is recommended to use the 4GB removable memory device available through your Case IH dealer. Do not use a removable memory device larger than 4GB in the display.
The work state arrow in the Status and Warning Icon area needs to have three conditions met to change
If any of the three conditions are not being met, contact your dealer for service.
On the Greenstar display, select Command Center / Display settings. Press the button with the arrow and dot, then the 2 Displays button. Clear the Greenstar On/Off checkbox.
With the key off:
The rear offset is configured through the Virtual Terminal. Select "Setup" from the main VT screen, then arrow down twice and select PF. Rear offset is displayed as "Tool Rear Offset". Keep in mind to enter a positive number here as it is asking for the rear offset.
The target rate and applied rate are for actual nitrogen. When using NH3, 82% is actually nitrogen. This means that if the target rate is entered as 180 lbs, the applied rate will be 180 lbs of actual nitrogen, but 220 lbs of total NH3 will be applied. To calculate the total NH3 from the actual nitrogen, multiply the actual nitrogen value by 1.22. To calculate the actual nitrogen from the total NH3, multiply the total NH3 value by 0.82.
Reboot the display.
If the issue is not resolved, contact your dealer for further troubleshooting
Go to Toolbox > Activate. This screen lists all activations currently installed on the display. It will not include receiver activations. This is also the screen where purchased activation codes are entered.
Trimble provides a satellite coverage planning tool at www.trimble.com/GNSSPlanningOnline. Locate your location on the map, and this tool will indicate the number of satellites visible during the selected timeframe.
Go to Toolbox > GPS. Page down to the “Activation” box. This is where GPS receiver activations are entered. This feature is available in displays with version 28 and higher software installed.
Go to the home screen. Select Diagnostics, then the Version tab. This tab contains a list of software currently running on the display. This list does not include firmware for the GPS receiver or the NAV II controller.
Go to Settings > System > Status > Upgrade Options > Unlocks. A list of all available upgrade options appears.
Yes, contact your dealer for details.
Please contact your dealer to ensure that the appropriate software is loaded to your AFS display. Additional cabling required is required. The power/data cable (P/N 87732647) is available from your Case IH dealer. A Raven null modem cable will need to be sourced from Raven. If you are using a 100 series Raven controller (440, 460, etc), use Raven null modem P/N 115-0159-822. If you are using a 1000 series Raven controller (4000, 4600, etc), use Raven null modem P/N 115-0171-395.
There are multiple reasons why the prescription may not show in your AFS display.
To subscribe or renew your subscription for AFS Customer Support, please contact your dealer.
The recommended way to output GPS is through the NAV-II controller. A power/data cable will be required and is available from your dealer (P/N 380002422). This cable will plug into the diagnostic connector located on the NAV-II harness. The other end of the cable will be connected to the system you are sending GPS to. Once connected, configure the needed NMEA strings by going to Home > Toolbox > NAV and using the NMEA Output Setup and NMEA Message Setup buttons in the AFS display. The settings will be dependant on what device you are connecting to and can be obtained from the device manufacturer.
To use a prescription with an ISO implement, the prescription will need to be written in ISOXML format. A TASKDATA folder must be placed on the data card along with your existing *.cn1 folder.
AccuGuide is not enabled. Ensure the “AccuGuide enable switch” or “AccuGuide master switch” is in the enabled position.
Beginning with version 27 software for Axial Flow combines, the distance calibration is called "Tire Radius." You can find it from the home screen by selecting the "Calibrations" page, then select the "Calibr" tab at the bottom of the screen. From the dropdown menu, select "Tire Radius."
Prior to deleting any data from your display, make sure that any data you want to keep has been backed up on another device. To delete data from your AFS display, go to Home > Data Management > Delete. Select the data type you would like to delete from the dropdown menu. Next, select the specific data you would like to delete from the additional drop down menus. For example, choosing "Grower" will delete all data stored under that grower (farms, fields, prescriptions, guidance lines, etc.). Once the you have made the desired selection, press the Delete button and confirm that you want to delete the data. *Note: if you have your data card in your display when deleting data, it will remove the data from both the data card and the display. If you do not have the data card in the display when deleting data, the data will only be deleted from the display.
If a removable memory device was used in the display to collect data, then the growers, farms, and fields will automatically import into the display on their own once the memory device is inserted into the display.
Insert a memory device into the display. If a memory device is inserted into the display, and this error still occurs, remove the memory device and reformat it on your desktop computer. To do this, insert the card into the computer, or external card reader, and go to My Computer. Find the memory device, right click, select format, and select Fat 32.
Try removing the data card, key on, and see if the display is responsive. If the display responds right away, then back up the data card and reformat it. If the tractor is hooked up to an ISO implement, then disconnect the implement and see if that helps the display. If the display still remains unresponsive, contact your dealer to see if a BSP update is available for your display. If the display is unresponsive even with the latest BSP, then it will need to be replaced. Contact your dealer for assistance.
Central USA Beam is 1557.8150Mhz with a baud rate of 2400.
First, ensure that voltages are being measured on the Diag > RowG tab and not in the graph tab. Check to ensure the RowGuide harness is connected to the correct connector. Most Axial-Flow combines have a 4-pin deutsch connector under the cab that will accept the RowGuide harness, however, this is not the appropriate connection for AFS RowGuide. Most Axial-Flow combines will have a separate harness coiled up by the NAV controller, under the RH console, beneath the cover which will need to be pushed through the grommet in the floor to be connected to the RowGuide harness.
Mapping data is only stored when the data card is inserted and recognized by the display. If the data card is not in the display during operation no maps will be recorded.
Calibrations need to be performed at the beginning of a season or when there is a changed in the operational conditions.
With an ISO implement, ISO Task Controller is required for section control, variable rate control (with prescriptions), and mapping.
The Pro 600 cannot does not support ISO Task Controller or AccuControl.
Make sure the prescriptions are in the .xml format and exported to the USB with the .cn1 folder. If the .xml file is not present, the display will not read the prescription for Task Controller
The Task Controller screens override the performance > profile screens. When running task controller, the changes must be made in the task controller windows.
ZTN67091 (port replicator) & ZTN59043 (null modem cable). ZTN67091 is a port replicator that will plug into the back of the FM 1000. From there, the ZTN59043 will plug into the 67091 and into the Pro 700. ZTN59043 is a null modem cable.
Please contact your dealer to ensure that the appropriate software is loaded to your display. The ISO Task Controller activation code will also be required.
AccuGuide is not enabled. Ensure the “Autoguidance disable switch” or “Roading switch” is in the enabled position.
AFS desktop software can be downloaded at the bottom of any Data Management Software page.