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AXIS

ISOBUS

ISOBUS
30.1(W) / 40.1(W) / 50.1W

OPERATOR MANUAL

Original operating manual

5901200-

a -en-0411

Preface
Dear customer
by purchasing the electronic control unit for the AXIS solid fertiliser broadcaster, you have shown
that you are putting your trust in our product.Thank you! We want to justify your trust. You have
purchased a powerful and reliable electronic control unit. However, if any problems occur: Our
Customer Service is always ready to help.

Please read this operator's manual and the operator's manual for the solid fertiliser broadcaster carefully before operating the control unit and follow all instructions.
This operating manual may also contain descriptions of equipment and options that are not included with the feature package of your electronic control unit.
You should be aware that damage caused by incorrect operation or improper use cannot be covered by warranty claims.
n CAUTION
Observe the serial number of the electronic control unit and the solid fertiliser broadcaster
The electronic control unit is calibrated in the factory to the solid fertiliser broadcaster that is included in the delivery. This cannot be connected to other solid
fertiliser broadcasters without additional recalibration.
Please enter the serial number of the electronic control unit and the solid fertiliser broadcaster here.This number must be checked before connecting the
electronic control unit to the solid fertiliser broadcaster.

Serial number

Serial number

Year of manufacture

Electronic control unit

Solid fertiliser broadcaster

Solid fertiliser broadcaster

Technical Improvements
We are continuously improving our products. For this reason we reserve the right to make
any improvements and changes to our machine that we consider necessary without notice.
We do not accept any obligation to make such improvements or changes on machines that
have already been sold.
We will be pleased to answer any other questions that you might have.
Yours sincerely
RAUCH
Landmaschinenfabrik GmbH

Table of Contents

Preface
1

User instructions

1.1
1.2

1.3

About this operator's manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Information on layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2.1 Meaning of safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2.2 Instructions and procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2.3 Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1
1
1
3
3
3

Layout and function (CCI 100)

2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4

2.5

Overview of the axis versions supported . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5


Layout (CCI 100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Connection (CCI 100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Operating elements and keys (CCI 100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.4.1 overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.4.2 Selection button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.4.3 Function buttons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.4.4 Stop switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.4.5 Rear navigation key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Attachment and installation

3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4

Tractor requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connections, sockets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2.1 Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect the electronic control unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparation of metering slide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Operation

4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5

Structural overview menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Switching on the ISOBUS terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stop switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Weighing - Tripcounter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5.1 Trip counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5.2 Metre counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5.3 Weigh quantity (only weigh spreader) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5.4 Machine tare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Main menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fertiliser settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.1 Flow factor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.2 Drop point. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.3 Calibration test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4.6
4.7

13
13
14
14
14
16

17
17
18
19
22
25
26
28
29
31
33
34
37
38
39

Table of Contents
4.8

Machine settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
4.8.1 Operating mode - Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
4.8.2 Automatic mode with automatic weighing (AUTO km/h + Auto kg) . . . . . . . 44
4.8.3 Automatic mode with static weighing (AUTO km/h + Stat. kg) . . . . . . . . . . . 46
4.8.4 Automatic Mode (Auto km/h) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
4.8.5 Manual Operation (MAN km/h) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
4.8.6 Manual Operation Scale (MAN Scale) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
4.8.7 +/- appl. rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
4.9 Fast emptying. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
4.10 System / Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
4.10.1 Test / Diagnosis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
4.10.2 Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

II

Alarm messages and possible causes

57

5.1
5.2

Meaning of alarm messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57


Fault/Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
5.2.1 Acknowledging alarm message: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Special equipment/options

61

Guarantee and warranty

63

User instructions

User instructions

1.1

About this operator's manual

This operator's manual is component part of the electronic control unit operator's manual.
The operator's manual contains important instructions for the safe, correct and
economical operation and maintenance of the electronic control unit. Your attention will help to prevent dangers, reduce repair costs and downtime and will
increase the reliability and service life of the machine being controlled.
The operating manual must be kept within reach at the place of operation of the
electronic control unit (e. g. in the tractor).
The operating manual does not replace the responsibility of the owner and operating personnel of the electronic control unit.

1.2

Information on layout

1.2.1

Meaning of safety instructions


The warnings in the operator's manual are classified according to how serious the
danger is and the probability of its occurrence.
The warning symbols draw attention to the unavoidable residual risks inherent in
the design to which users of the electronic control unit are exposed. The safety
instructions used are structured as follows:
Signal word
Symbol

Explanation

Example
n DANGER
Risk to life if warning is disregarded
Ignoring this warning will result in very serious injury or death.
Read this operating instruction carefully and follow the
warning advice.

User instructions
Danger levels in the warnings
The danger level is identified by the signal word. The danger levels are classified
as follows:
n DANGER
Type and source of the danger
This note warns of a danger posing an immediate threat to the
health and life of people.
Ignoring this warning will result in very serious injury or death.
Always observe the measures described to prevent this
danger.

n WARNING
Type and source of the danger
This note warns of a potentially dangerous situation for personal
health.
Non adherence to this warning advice leads to serious injury.
Always observe the measures described to prevent this
danger.

n CAUTION
Type and source of the danger
This note warns of a potentially dangerous situation for personal
health or of material and environmental damage.
Not adhering to these safety instructions leads to product damage
or environmental damages.
Always observe the measures described to prevent this
danger.
NOTICE
General instructions include tips for usage and useful information but not warnings of dangers.

User instructions
1.2.2

Instructions and procedures


Steps that the operator must carry out are shown as a numbered list.
1. Instruction for action step 1
2. Instruction for action step 2
Instructions that only have one step are not numbered. The same applies for action steps that do not have a specific sequence.
A bullet is placed in front on these instructions:

1.2.3

Handling instruction

Lists
Lists without a specific sequence are shown as lists with bullet points (level 1) and
dashes (level 2):

1.3

Property A
-

Point A

Point B

Property B

Intended use
The electronic control unit may only be used for the respective tasks specified in
this operating manual.
The electronic control unit is only intended for use for agriculture and agricultural
work (intended use).
Any use other than its intended use is prohibited.The manufacturer is not liable
for any damage resulting from misuse; the operator bears all risk.
Designated use also includes observing the operating, maintenance and service
conditions as prescribed by the manufacturer.
The electronic control unit may only be used by those that are familiar with the
characteristics of the machines. Information about operation, service and safe
handling, as specified by the manufacturer in this operating manual and in the
form of safety information and warning symbols on the machines, must be adhered to.
Unauthorised modifications made to the machines may result in consequential
damages and the manufacturer will not accept any liability for such damages

User instructions

Layout and function (CCI 100)

Layout and function (CCI 100)

NOTICE
This chapter is limited to the layout and function of the ISOBUS CCI 100 terminal due to the number of different ISOBUS capable terminals.

2.1

Overview of the axis versions supported

AXIS type
Spreading speed, depending
on travelling speed
Weighing cells
Electrical application point
adjustment

30.1 Q

30.1 W

40.1 Q

40.1 W

50.1 W

2.2

Layout and function (CCI 100)

Layout (CCI 100)

Figure 2.1:

Terminal CCI 100 overview

No.

Designation

Function

Stop switch

The stop switch shifts the connected device into secure mode. See page 10.

Screen

Colour screen for displaying all functions.

Selection button

For selecting in the menu and input fields.

Keys

19 touch keys for terminal operation. See page 10.

Bracket

Terminal installation in the tractor cabin.

USB port with


cover

Protects the USB port from contamination. For data


exchange, task controlling and terminal update.

Terminal strip

Terminal strip for ISOBUS system cables. See


page 7.

Rear navigation
key

Enables functions to be switched from the left to the


right side of the screen.See page 11.

Layout and function (CCI 100)

2.3

Connection (CCI 100)

NOTICE
If the terminal should be connected to existing basic ISOBUS equipment,
first check compatibility according to international standard ISO 11783
"Tractors and machinery for agriculture and forestry - Serial control and
communications data network.
Additional information can be found online at www.isobus.net

Figure 2.2:

Terminal CCI 100 connections

No.

Designation

Function

CAN-1 IN

Terminal power supply. ISOBUS communication

CAN-1 OUT

ISOBUS communication

Video

Standard video signal

Signal

Speed signal

RS232 I

Optional GPS / Modem

RS232 II

Optional GPS / Modem

LIN

Currently no function

Layout and function (CCI 100)

2.4

Operating elements and keys (CCI 100)

2.4.1

overview
CCI 100 operation consists of 18 touch keys (6 strictly-defined and 12 free touch
keys) as well as a selection key, a stop switch and a rear function key.

7
Figure 2.3:

Controls and keys on the CCI 100

No.

Designation

Function

Selection button

For selecting in the menu and input fields.

Function buttons
F1 - F12

12 keys with variable functionality, depending on


menu icon. See page 10.

ACK key

For error message confirmation.

Information key

Currently no function.

Double arrow key

For switching between the terminal system


screens.

Main menu key

For switching in the terminal main menu (see manufacturer operating manual).

On/Off key

Switches terminal on/off.

Layout and function (CCI 100)

2.4.2

No.

Designation

Function

Stop switch

The stop switch shifts the connected device into


secure mode. The stop switch is not supported by
all ISOBUS terminals. See page 10.

ESC key

Entry abort.

Selection button
The selection button serves for quick navigation in the menu and for entering or
editing data in input fields.

Turn the selection button to jump between areas that can be selected.

Press the selection button to confirm the selection.

Figure 2.4:

Selection button on CCI 100

2
2.4.3

Layout and function (CCI 100)


Function buttons
Groups of function keys are vertically arranged on the left and right of the CCI 100
screen. Depending on the terminal model, 1x6 (minimum requirement), 2x5 or
2x6 function keys (like with CCI 100) can be provided.
Function key allocation is dependant on the menu icons displayed. Generally, a
function is executed by pressing the function key next to the symbol.
Function keys that do not have a symbol next to them do not function in the respective menu icons.

2.4.4

Stop switch
The stop switch switches all connected devices in to secure mode when it is actuated.
To release the stop switch, turn this in the arrow direction until the switch springs
out.

Figure 2.5:

10

Stop switch on the CCI 100

Layout and function (CCI 100)


2.4.5

Rear navigation key


The navigation key on the rear enables switching the allocation of the function
keys from the left to the right side of the screen and vise versa.

Figure 2.6:

Rear navigation key

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2.5

Layout and function (CCI 100)

Screen
The screen displays the current status information, selection and input options of
the electronic AXIS EMC control unit on the terminal.
The basic information for operating the solid fertiliser distributor is displayed in the
operation icon and the secondary menu icons.
Screen area

NOTICE
The screen area can vary on different ISOBUS terminals. In the example, the
screen area layout of the ISOBUS terminal CCI 100 is shown.

Figure 2.7:
[1]
[2]

12

Screen area CCI 100

Display area
Function button

Attachment and installation

Attachment and installation

3.1

Tractor requirements

Before installing the electronic control unit, check to make sure the tractor fulfils
the following requirements:

Minimum voltage 11 V is essential at all times, even if multiple consumers


are connected simultaneously (e.g. air conditioner, lights).

The PTO speed can be set to 540 rpm and must be maintained (basic requirement for correct working width).
NOTICE

On tractors without load-switchable gears, the ground speed must be selected


by using the correct gear ratio in such a way that it corresponds to a PTO speed
of 540 rpm.

9-pin socket (ISO 11783) on the rear of the tractor for connecting the control
unit with the ISOBUS.

9-pin terminal socket (ISO 11783) for connecting ISOBUS terminals to the
ISOBUS.
NOTICE

If the tractor does not have a 9-pin socket on the rear, then a tractor installation
with a 7-pin socket can be purchased as an optional accessory for the tractor
(ISO 11786) and the driving speed sensor.

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Attachment and installation

3.2

Connections, sockets

3.2.1

Power supply
The power supply for the electronic control unit is a 9-pin socket on the rear of the
tractor.

3.3

Connect the electronic control unit


Depending on the equipment, the electronic control unit can be connected to the
solid fertiliser broadcaster in different ways. Additional details can be found in the
electronic control unit operating manual.

14

Attachment and installation

Standard schematic terminal diagram:

3
13

12

11

10

9
A GP
L

8
Figure 3.1:
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[12]
[13]

Schematic ISOBUS terminal diagram (machine cable)

ISOBUS device connector


Device control
Machine socket
Weighing cell right
Metering slide actuator, right
Empty signal sensor, right
Telimat sensor, upper
Actuator drop point
Telimat actuator
Telimat sensor, lower
Empty signal sensor, left
Actuator metering slide, left
Weighing cell left

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3.4

Attachment and installation

Preparation of metering slide


The AXIS 20.1 Q, AXIS 30.1 W, AXIS 30.1 Q, AXIS 40.1 W, AXIS 40.1 Q and
AXIS 50.1 W solid fertiliser spreaders have an electric slide control for adjusting
the spreading volume.
n CAUTION
Observe the position of the metering slide
Operation of the actuators via the ISOBUS terminal can cause
damage to the metering slide if the stop levers are incorrectly positioned.
Always clamp the stop lever at the maximum position on
the scale.

Figure 3.2:

Preparation of the metering slide (example)

NOTICE
Follow the solid fertiliser spreader operating manual.

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en

Composition

Manufacturer

Height settings

PTO

Telimat Quantity

Telimat border

Drop point

Disc type

Calibration start

Forward speed Auto

MAN km/h

Working width (m)

Flow factor

MAN scale

Application rate (kg/ha)

Service

Test/Diagnosis
Total data counter

+/- appl. rate

System / Test

AUTO / MAN mode

Fast emptying

Fertilizer

Hopper configuration

Main Menu

Way to spread

Fertilizer Settings

Machine tare

Weigh quantity

Metre-counter

kg left (kg, ha, m)

Info settings

4.1

Trip counter (km/h)

Weighing-Tripcounter

Operation
4

Operation

NOTICE

The operator's manual describes the functions of the electronic control unit as
of software version 1.10.00.

Structural overview menu

17

4.2

Operation

Switching on the ISOBUS terminal


Requirements:

The electronic control unit is connected correctly to the solid fertiliser spreader and to the tractor (for an example, see chapter 3.3: Connect the electronic
control unit, page 14).

The voltage is at least 11 V.


n CAUTION
Risk of injury from discharged fertiliser
Only for mineral fertiliser spreaders equipped with electronic control units.
In the event of faults, the metering slide could open unexpectedly
en route to the spreading location. There is a danger of people
slipping on the discharged fertiliser and injuring themselves.
Before setting off to the spreading location, you must
switch off the electronic control unit.

Switch on:

Press and hold the ISOBUS terminal ON/OFF key.


After a few seconds, the start interface appears on the
electronic control unit.
The boot menu is displayed shortly thereafter.
Then the operating screen appears.

Figure 4.1:

18

Operating screen

Operation

4.3

Operating screen
The settings for spreading work are displayed on this operating screen. Additional
sub-menus of the electronic control device can be accessed via different function
keys (see page 21).

1
10

Figure 4.2:
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]

Operating screen - Areas

Selected operating mode


Metering slide opening status
Position of the metering slide, right
Quantity change right
Current application rate from the fertiliser settings or the task controller
Selection display type
Solid fertiliser spreader display
Quantity change, left
Position of the metering slide, left
Drop point position (only appears with electric drop point setting)

19

Operation
Display config.
The display field in the operating screen of the electronic control unit [Position [6],
Figure 4.2] can be individually adjusted. You can assign three display fields with
the following values if desired:

km/h (ground speed)

FF (flow factor)

ha rest (possible area where remaining fertiliser can be spread over)

ha trip (area covered since the last time the trip counter was cleared)

kg trip (volume spread since the last time the trip counter was cleared)

m trip (spread distance since the last time the trip counter was cleared)

kg rest (remaining fertiliser)

m rest (possible distance where the remaining fertiliser can be spread)

1. Select the desired display field via the electronic control unit navigation.
The possible displays are listed in the display.
2. Select a new value that should be displayed in the display field and confirm
with OK.
The new value is entered in the selected display field.

20

Operation

Function key in the operating screen

Switch between the main menu and the current operating


screen via the main menu function key.

The weighing-trip counter can be accessed via the Trip


counter menu.

Start or stop regulating the application rate via the


Start/Stop function key.

Select either the left, the right or both spreading discs via
the L%R% function key, through which increased/reduced
volumes should be spread.

The application rate can be increased to a maximum increased volume (set at +10% per step in the example) via
the +X% function key.

The application rate can be increased to a minimum increased volume (set at -10% per step in the example) via
the -X % function key.

The increased/reduced volume can be reset to the previous basic volume via the 100% function key.

The spreader function can be activated/deactivated via the


Telimat function key.When activated, the set volume is automatically limited to the right spreading disc to a freely selectable volume.

Spreading fertiliser can be switched on/off on the left


spreading disc via the Part width left function key.

Spreading fertiliser can be switched on/off on the right


spreading disc via the Part width right function key.

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4.4

Operation

Stop switch
The stop switch switches all connected devices in to secure mode when it is actuated.
To release the stop switch, turn this in the arrow direction until the switch springs
out.

Figure 4.3:

Stop switch on the CCI 100

Case 1 - Spreader operation


While using the stop switch during spreader operation,
-

the metering slide is closed,

the AGP actuator is stopped

and the Telimat actuator is stopped.

Case 2 - No spreader operation


When spreader operation is not active, all functions are stopped and the metering
slides remain open.
n CAUTION
Risk of injury due to spreading discs.
Spreading discs are not stopped.
Switch off the tractor PTO shaft. Additional information can
be found in the tractor operating manual.
In both cases, an alarm message is displayed on the ISOBUS terminal display
when the stop switch is actuated.

22

Operation

Figure 4.4:
[1]

Isobus stop alarm message

Display area

1. Correct the cause of the alarm message.


2. Release the stop switch.
After the stop switch has been released, another alarm message is displayed on
the ISOBUS terminal display.

2
Figure 4.5:
[1]
[2]

Acknowledge Isobus stop alarm message

Display area
ACK function key

23

Operation
Acknowledging alarm message:

3. Press the ACK function key.

NOTICE
Alarm messages must be acknowledged, since all of the electronic control unit
functions are blocked. If the electronic control unit is switched off and then back
on during an alarm message, a new alarm message appears in the ISOBUS terminal display.

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Operation

4.5

Weighing - Tripcounter
In this menu you can have the values of the spreading work carried out displayed
and you can perform functions for the weighing operation.

1. Press the Weighing - Trip counter function key on the operating screen.
The Weighing - Trip counter menu is accessed.

Figure 4.6:

The Weighing-Tripcounter menu

Submenu

Meaning

Description

Trip counter

Display of the spread volume, area


spread and spread distance.

page 26

Metre counter

Display of the distance travelled since


the last reset of the metre counter.

Resetting (zeroing)
by pressing the
100% function key

Weigh quantity1 Weigh volume menu appears.

page 29

Machine tare1

page 31

Weigh value set to "0 kg".

1. The menu item only appears on the display if the solid fertiliser spreader used is a weighing
spreader.

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4.5.1

Operation
Trip counter

1. Press the Weighing - Trip counter function key on the operating screen.
The Trip counter menu appears.
The values for the spreading work that was performed can be accessed in this
menu, the remaining volume can be monitored and the trip counter can be reset
by clearing it.
You can switch to the Trip counter menu and read the current values during
spreading, i.e. with open metering slides.
NOTICE
If you should wish to constantly observe the values during the spreading procedure you can also assign the freely selectable display fields on the operating
screen with kg Trip, ha Trip or m Trip, see: Display config., page 20.

1
2

4
Figure 4.7:
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]

Trip counter menu

Spread volume, area and distance display fields


Display fields of areas and distances where the remaining fertiliser volume can be
spread.
Remnant data
Clearing trip counter

Trip counter
In the Trip counter section, the following values since the previous clearing can
be viewed:

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Spread amount (kg)

Spread area (ha)

Spread distance (m)

Operation

kg left

NOTICE
The current load weight can only be determined in the weighing spreader
by weighing. In all other spreaders the remaining fertiliser volume is calculated
from the fertiliser and machine settings and from the travelling signal and the input of the filling volume must be made manually (see below).
The values for application rate and working width cannot be changed in this
menu. They are for information only.
In the kg left section, you can access the remaining fertiliser volume in the
hopper. The menu shows the possible area (ha) and distance (m) that the remnant fertiliser can be spread over.
Entering the remaining fertiliser volume when refilling (not with weigh
spreaders AXIS 30.1 W, 40.1 W and 50.1 W)
1. Fill the hopper.
2. Enter the total weight of the fertiliser in the hopper in the section Rest (kg).
The device calculates the values for areas and distances that can be
spread.

3. Press the back function key or press the main menu function
key to return to the operating screen.

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4.5.2

Operation
Metre counter

1. Press the metre counter function key on the Weighing - metre counter menu.
The metre counter menu appears.
The distance driven since the last time the metre counter was reset is displayed
and can be reset in this menu.

Figure 4.8:
[1]

Metre counter menu

Metres driven display

1. Press the 100% function key.


The metre counter is reset.

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Operation
4.5.3

Weigh quantity (only weigh spreader)


In this menu you can weigh the fertiliser volume contained in the hopper and set
the parameters for controlling the flow factor.
NOTICE
The weigh remnant function can only be accessed:

if it concerns a weigh spreader with the solid fertiliser spreader being used.

if the machine is stopped.

if the system is in Auto km/h + Auto kg or Auto km/h + stat. kg operating


modes (the default mode during delivery of the electronic control unit is Auto
km/h + Auto kg mode).

1
2

Figure 4.9:
[1]
[2]

The weigh quantity menu

Information about the solid fertiliser spreader


Current weight display

Take the following in to account while weighing the volume:

The solid fertiliser spreader must be positioned carefully and evenly and may
not be laid down.

The PTO drive shaft must be switched off.

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Operation
Weighing the volume in the hopper

1. Press the Weighing - Trip counter function key on the operating screen.
The Weighing - Trip counter menu is accessed.

2. Press the weigh function key in the Weighing - Trip countermenu.


The weigh menu is accessed.
3. Fill the hopper.
A window appears in the display which shows the remaining fertiliser volume.
4. Highlight the type of filling carried out on the display:
-

New fertiliser: Flow factor set to 1.0 and a new flow factor regulation will
follow.

Refill: Continue spreading with the same fertiliser.

Weigh remnant: Only weigh remnant in AUTO km/h and stat. kg mode.
Flow factor is recalculated.

ESC Quit

This returns you to the operating screen.


NOTICE
In order to display the remaining fertiliser volume on the operating screen,
the display option kg left must be selected (see: Display config., page 20).
Working with the weighed fertiliser volume, refilling the hopper:
1. Tare the scales.
See 4.5.4: Machine tare, page 31.
2. Select the fertiliser type.
See 4.7: Fertiliser settings, page 34.
3. Fill the hopper.
4. Weigh the fertiliser volume in the hopper.
See 4.5.3: Weigh quantity (only weigh spreader), page 29.
5. Start the work. If the hopper goes empty, refill it. To do so, repeat steps 2 to 5.

30

If the hopper is empty and is filled with less than 200 kg of fertiliser, the
flow factor is fixed and flow factor regulation does not take place. Switch
to Auto km/h operating mode and perform a calibration test.

If the hopper is partially full and if less than 200 kg of fertiliser is added,
push the kg button and Weigh Volume on the control panel.

Operation
4.5.4

Machine tare

NOTICE
The machine tare menu item can only be accessed with AXIS 30.1 W,
AXIS 40.1 W and AXIS 50.1 W (weigh spreader) solid fertiliser spreaders.
Set the weigh values to 0 kg with an empty weigh spreader in the machine tare
menu.

Figure 4.10: Tare Scales menu

NOTICE
Tare the scales before each use in order to ensure problem-free calculation of
the remaining fertiliser volume.
Take the following in to regard while taring the scales:

The hopper must be empty.

The solid fertiliser spreader has to be positioned carefully and evenly and
may not lay.

he PTO drive shaft has to be switched off.

The tractor must be stopped.

Machine tare:
1. Press the Weighing - Trip counter function key on the operating screen.
The Weighing - Trip counter menu is accessed.

2. Press the machine tare function key.


The Tare scales menu is accessed.

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Operation

3. Select the machine tare entry.


The value for kg is set to 0.

4. Press the Back function key or press the Main menu function
key to return to the operating screen.

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Operation

4.6

Main menu

Press the main menu button on the operating screen.


The main menu is accessed where possible submenus are
displayed.

Figure 4.11: Main menu with submenus


Submenu

Meaning

Description

Fertiliser settings

Settings for fertiliser and spreader opera- page 34


tion.

Hopper configuration

Solid fertiliser spreader settings.

page 42

Fast emptying

Access to the menu for fast emptying of


the fertiliser spreader.

page 52

System / Test

Electronic control unit settings.

page 54

Info settings

Display of the current machine option status. Machine option changes are only to
be made by trained personnel.

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4.7

Operation

Fertiliser settings
In the fertiliser settings menu, settings are made for the fertiliser and spreading.

Select the fertiliser settings entry in the main menu.


The fertiliser settings menu is accessed, where possible
submenus are organised in tabs.

Figure 4.12: Fertiliser settings menu - Tab 1 and 2

2
3
4

Figure 4.13: Menu Fertiliser settings - Tab 3 and 4


[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]

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Fertiliser name
Type of fertiliser
Manufacturer
Composition

Return to main menu via the main menu symbol.

Operation

You can switch between tabs via the page forward and page
back function keys. Optionally, the respective tab can be
opened by selecting the respective number.

Input field Submenu


Fertiliser name

Meaning/Possible
values

Description

Fertiliser designation. Enter in separate in(Data is for informa- put windows.


tion purposes only)

Application rate

Nominal value of ap- Enter in separate inplication rate in kg/ha put windows.

Working width

Determination of the
working width to be
spread.

Flow factor

Input flow factor of the Enter in separate infertiliser used


put windows.

Enter in separate input windows.

page 37
Drop point

Input of drop point


Enter in separate inonly with electric drop put windows.
point adjustment
page 38
(AXIS 50.1)
Follow the solid fertiliser spreader operating manual.

Spreading disc
type

Setting the type of


spreading discs
mounted on the solid
fertiliser spreader.

Selection list:

(Data is for information purposes only)

S2

S4

S6

S8

S10

S12

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Operation

Input field Submenu


PTO shaft

Meaning/Possible
values

Description

Input of the desired


nominal speed of the
drive shaft.

Enter in separate input windows.

(Data is for information purposes only)


Telimat quantity

Pre-setting the volume reduction when


border fertilising.

Enter in separate input windows.

(Data is for information purposes only)


Telimat border

Enter in separate inStoring the Telimat


settings for edge ferti- put windows.
lisation.
(Data is for information purposes only)

Mounted height

Way to spread

Setting the specified


distance of the solid
fertiliser spreader
from the ground.

Select the desired


type of fertiliser, organise according to
normal fertilising or
late fertilising, yield
optimised boundary
spreading.
(Data is for information purposes only)

Manufacturer

Selection list (data in


cm front/cm rear):

0/6

40/40

50/50

60/60

70/70

70/76

Selection list:

Normal

Normal border

Normal boundary

Late

Late border

Late boundary

Fertiliser manufactur- Enter in separate iner


put windows.
(Data is for information purposes only)

Chemical composi- Chemical composition Enter in separate input windows.


tion
of the fertiliser.
(Data is for information purposes only)

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Operation

Input field Submenu

4.7.1

Meaning/Possible
values

Calibration start

Request submenu for


executing the calibration test.

Composition

Percentage content of
the chemical composition.

Description

Flow factor
The desired flow factor can be set in this selection. If you know the flow factor
from earlier calibration tests or from the fertiliser chart, you can enter it manually
in this selection.
NOTICE
Calibration (page 39) permits the flow factor to be determined and entered with
the aid of the electronic control unit.
The flow factor can be determined via the weighing system with the weighing
spreader. Data can also be entered manually.
NOTICE
The flow factor calculation depends on the operating mode used. For further
information about the flow factor, refer to section 4.8.1: Operating mode Overview, page 43.

NOTICE
The flow factor is within the range of 0.4 to 1.9. The following applies under the
same basic conditions (km/h, working width, kg/ha):

If the flow factor is increased the metering weight is reduced.

If the flow factor is reduced the metering weight is increased.

NOTICE
If your fertiliser is not listed in the fertiliser chart, input flow factor 1.00.
We highly recommend performing calibration in AUTO km/h operating mode in
order to precisely determine the flow factor for this fertiliser.

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Operation

NOTICE
On the solid fertiliser spreader AXIS 50.1 W (operating mode Auto km/h +
Auto kg), we recommend displaying the flow factor on the operating screen
(see: Display config., page 20) in order to observe the flow factor regulation during spreading.
4.7.2

Drop point
The drop point setting can only be performed with the AXIS 50.1 W with electric
drop point adjustment
Entering the drop point:

1. Select the drop point entry in the Fertiliser settings menu.


An input window appears on the display.
2. Determine the position for the drop point from the fertiliser chart. Enter the value in the input field and confirm it.
The new value is saved.
n CAUTION
Danger of injury caused by automatic adjustment of the drop
point
The move to drop point alarm is displayed with the solid fertiliser
spreader AXIS 50.1 W.After actuating the Start/Stop button, the
drop point is automatically approached using the electrical setting
cylinder to the pre-set value. This can result in injury.
Before actuating the Start/Stop, function button, ensure
that no one is in the danger area of the machine.

NOTICE
Emergency actuation on the AXIS 50.1 must not stop the adjustment of the drop
point. Otherwise the setting unit for the drop point can suffer damage.
If the drop point is blocked Alarm 17 appears; see chapter 5: Alarm messages
and possible causes, page 57.

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Operation
4.7.3

Calibration test

NOTICE
On the weighing spreader the calibration test menu is blocked in the
AUTO km/h + Auto kg operating mode; the menu point cannot be selected.
The flow factor is calculated on the basis of a calibration test and saved in the
electronic control unit in this menu.
Run the calibration test:

Before spreading for the first time.

If the fertiliser quality has changed greatly (moisture, high dust content,
cracked grain).

If a new type of fertiliser is being used.

The calibration test must be conducted (with engaged PTO shaft) at a standstill
or during travel over a test section.

Remove both spreading discs and move the drop point to calibration position
(AGP 0) (performed automatically via electric drop point adjustment).
n WARNING
Risk of injury when performing the calibration
Rotating machine components and discharged fertiliser may
cause injury.
Before starting the calibration test make sure that all
requirements have been met. Follow the Calibration section in the operating manual for the fertiliser spreader.

39

Operation
Running calibration test

Select the calibration test entry in the main menu.


The alarm Move to drop point is displayed with the
AXIS 50.1 W.
n CAUTION
Danger of injury caused by automatic adjustment of the drop
point
On the AXIS 50.1 W the alarm Move to drop point is displayed.
After actuating the Start/Stop button, the drop point moves to the
calibration test position (AGP 0). After the calibration test the drop
point is approached automatically by means of an electrical setting cylinder. This can result in injury.
Before actuating the Start/Stop button, ensure that no one
is in the danger area of the machine.

1. Start the move to drop point by confirming alarm via the


Start/Stop button.
2. Enter the average work speed and select next.
This value is required for calculating the slide position during the calibration
test.
3. Set the spreading width that should be used during the calibration test.

Press the spreading width left button to select the left


spreading side and/or

press the spreading width right button to select the right


spreading side.

4. Start the calibration test by pressing the Start/Stop button.


The opening slide of the previously selected part width is
opened.
The calibration test is started.

40

Operation

NOTICE
The calibration test can be stopped at any time by pressing the ESC key. The
opening slide is then closed and the Fertiliser Settings menu appears in the
display.

NOTICE
The calibration test time is not relevant to the accuracy of the results. However,
at least 20 kg must be spread.
5. In order to end the calibration test, press the Start/Stop key again.
The opening slide is closed.
The Input collected weight menu is displayed.
6. Weigh the spread fertiliser amount.
7. Enter the weight of the discharged fertiliser via the input field in the discharged volume section and confirm it.
A new flow factor appears in the display.
8. Specify the flow factor.
To accept the newly calculated flow factor press the confirm flow factor
button.
To confirm the previously saved flow factor press the ESC key.
The flow factor is saved.
The alarm move to drop point is displayed with the AXIS 50.1 W.
n CAUTION
Danger of injury caused by automatic adjustment of the drop
point
On the AXIS 50.1 W the alarm move to drop point is displayed.
After actuating the Start/Stop button, the drop point is automatically approached using the electrical setting cylinder to the pre-set
value. This can result in injury.
Before actuating the Start/Stop button, ensure that no one
is in the danger area of the machine.

9. Starting the move to drop point alarm via the Start/Stop button.
You will return to the Fertiliser settings menu.
The calibration test is completed and the flow factor is
saved in the electronic control unit.

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4.8

Operation

Machine settings

Select the Machine settings entry in the main menu.


The Machine settings menu is accessed, where optional
submenus are displayed.

Figure 4.14: Machine settings menu

Return to main menu via the Main menu symbol.

Input field Submenu


Mode

Meaning/Possible
values

Description

Determine Manual
(MAN) or Automatic
(AUTO) operating
mode.

Selection list:

MAN scala

MAN km/h

AUTO km/h

Weighing spreader
selection list:

MAN scale

Setting manual scale


values.
(influence of individual
operating modes only)

42

AUTO km/h + stat.


kg page 46

AUTO km/h +
AUTO kg page 44

Enter in separate input windows.

Operation

Input field Submenu


MAN km/h

Meaning/Possible
values

Description

Setting manual
speed.

Enter in separate input windows.

(influence of individual
operating modes only)
Speed/signal
source

+/- appl. rate (%)

4.8.1

Selection/limitation of Selection list:


speed signal
Auto speed (automatic selection of
mode or radar/GPS)

Pre-setting volume
adjustment increments.

Gearbox

Radar/GPS

Enter in separate input windows.

Operating mode - Overview


By default you operate in AUTO mode. The electronic control unit automatically
controls the actuators as specified by the speed signal.
Only work in MAN mode if:

there is no speed signal (GPS, radar or wheel sensor not available or defective),

anti-slug pellets or seeds (fine seeds) are to be discharged.


NOTICE

When working in manual mode you must always operate at a constant ground
speed to ensure even spreading.

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4.8.2

Operation
Automatic mode with automatic weighing (AUTO km/h + Auto kg)
The AUTO km/h + Auto kg operating mode allows for continuous weighing of
the fertiliser volume in the hopper during spreader operation. The regulation of
the flow factor is corrected at regular intervals on the basis of this information.
This optimises the metering of the fertiliser.
NOTICE
The AUTO km/h + AUTO kg menu only appears on the display if the 50.1 AXIS
W solid fertiliser spreader has been configured in the factory.
With the AXIS 50.1 W setting, the AUTO km/h + Auto kg operating mode is
the default mode from the factory.
a) Select Auto km/h + Auto kg:
1. Switch on the ISOBUS terminal.
2. Switch from the Machine settings menu to the Operating modemenu.
3. Select the AUTO km/h + AUTO kg entry from the selection list and confirm
with OK.
The Weigh Volume window appears.
4. Case a: New fertiliser:
The flow factor is reset to 1.0.If necessary, the required flow factor can be
added later.See 4.7.1: Flow factor, page 37.
Case b: Refill:
The flow factor setting is retained.
The remaining fertiliser volume is increased by the refilling volume.
5. Highlight the required type of filling and press the Enter key to return to the
operating screen.
n CAUTION
Incorrect metering by pressing the ESC key
The ESC key may not be pressed.Doing so will result in serious
errors in the application rate/metering.
Always either select new fertiliser or refill to confirm the
weighing function.

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Operation

b) Procedure when spreading with AUTO km/h + AUTO kg:


1. Carry out the fertiliser settings:

Application rate (kg/ha)

Working width (m)

2. Fill the hopper with the fertiliser.


NOTICE
If a fertiliser volume of less than 200 kg is filled in an empty hopper, then switch
to AUTO km/h + Stat. kg. or AUTO km/h operating mode.
The Weigh Quantity window appears in the display.
3. Highlight the action carried out in the display:

New fertiliser: Flow factor set to 1.0 and a new flow factor regulation will
follow.

Refill:
Continue spreading with the same fertiliser.
The flow factor setting is retained.
The remaining fertiliser volume is increased by the refilling volume

ESC Quit

The remaining fertiliser volume is increased by the refilling volume.


4. Press the Start/Stop button.
The spreading starts.
NOTICE
The discharge amount has to be spread in under 30 kg/min in AUTO km/h +
stat. kg (weighing spreader) or AUTO km/h (other solid fertiliser spreaders)
mode on uneven or hilly ground.

NOTICE
If, during running (i. e. travelling to the field) a change is made to the fertiliser
settings, before starting to spread you must actuate the kg/Weigh Volume button with the vehicle stopped.

NOTICE
We recommend that the flow factor be displayed in the operating screen (see
: Display config., page 20), in order to watch the flow factor regulation whilst
spreading.

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Operation

NOTICE
In the event of problems with the regulating behaviour of the flow factor (blockages etc.), at a standstill and after resolution of the fault use the Weighing trip
counter button in the Weigh Volume Weigh Volume New Fertiliser function.
4.8.3

Automatic mode with static weighing (AUTO km/h + Stat. kg)


The AUTO km/h + Stat. kg operating mode is recommended for spreading on
uneven hilly terrain and/or for low application rates. Automatic flow factor regulation does not take place during spreading. However, you can use the Weigh
Remnant function to recalculate the flow factor.
NOTICE
The AUTO km/h + Stat. kg menu only appears on the display if the AXIS W fertiliser spreader has been configured in the factory.
a) Select Auto km/h + Stat. kg:
1. Switch on the ISOBUS terminal.
2. Fill the hopper with the fertiliser.
3. Leave the machine settings menu.
4. Select the AUTO km/h + stat. kg mode in the operating mode input field and
confirm with OK.
The Weigh quantity window appears.
5. Select a new fertiliser in the input field.
The flow factors is reset to 1.0.
The control unit switches to the operating screen.

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Operation

b) Procedure when spreading with Auto km/h + stat. kg:


1. Carry out the fertiliser settings:

Application rate (kg/ha)

Working width (m)

2. Pour the fertiliser in.


The Weigh Quantity window appears in the display.
3. Highlight the action carried out in the display:
Refill: Continue spreading with the same fertiliser. All stored values (flow factor) are retained.
New fertiliser: Flow factor is reset to 1.0. If necessary, the required flow factor can be added later.
NOTICE
Remnant scale may not be selected after filling.
ESC Quit
4. Refer to the fertiliser chart or empirical values for the flow factor and enter it
manually.
5. Press the Start/Stop button.
The spreading starts.
6. Press the Start/Stop button after at least 150 kg of distributed fertiliser.
7. Stop the tractor on even ground.
NOTICE
The solid fertiliser spreader must be level.
8. Switch via the weighing trip counter button in the weighing trip counter menu.
9. The weigh quantity menu is accessed.
10. Highlight the Weigh remnant selection field.
The spreading volume is compared to the actual remnant volume in the
hopper.
The flow factor is then recalculated accordingly.
11. Press confirm flow factor to confirm the recalculated flow factor. Press ESC
to use the flow factor that was previously used.
NOTICE
If, during running (i. e. travelling to the field) a change is made to the fertiliser
settings, before starting to spread you must actuate the kg/Weigh Volume button with the vehicle stopped.

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4.8.4

Operation
Automatic Mode (Auto km/h)
a) Select Auto km/h:
1. Switch on the ISOBUS terminal.
2. Switch from the Machine settings menu to the Operating mode menu.
3. Select the AUTO km/h entry from the selection list and confirm with OK.
The entry is saved in the ISOBUS terminal.

4. Press the back button in order to return to the main menu or


press the main menu button to return to the operating screen.

b) Procedure when spreading with Auto km/h:


1. Carry out the fertiliser settings:

Application rate (kg/ha)

Working width (m)

2. Pour the fertiliser in.


3. Carry out a calibration test to determine the flow factor
or
Take the flow factor from the fertiliser chart and enter it manually.

4. Press the Start/Stop button.


The spreading starts.

NOTICE
In order to achieve an optimum spreading result you should carry out a calibration test before starting to spread.

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Operation
4.8.5

Manual Operation (MAN km/h)


1. Switch from the Machine settings menu to the Operating mode menu.
2. Highlight the MAN km/h selection field.
The Forward speed menu is displayed.
3. Input the value for the forward speed during spreading. Confirm the entry with
OK.

4. Press the Back button in order to return to the main menu or


press the Main menu button to return to the operating screen.

4.8.6

Manual Operation Scale (MAN Scale)

NOTICE
For an optimum spreading result in manual mode as well, we recommend using
the values for metering slide opening and ground speed in the fertiliser chart.
1. Switch from the Machine settings menu to the Operating mode menu.
2. Highlight the MAN scale selection field.
The slide opening menu is displayed.
3. Input the scale value for the metering side opening. Confirm the entry with
OK.

4. Press the Back button in order to return to the main menu or


press the Main menu button to return to the operating screen.

The metering slide opening can be changed manually during spreader operation
in the MAN scale mode.
Requirement:

The metering slides are open (activation with the Start/Stop key).

Part widths [1] are activated on the operating screen.

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Operation

1
2

Figure 4.15: MAN scale operating screen


[1]
[2]

Part widths
Metering slide opening value

5. To change the metering opening, press the following buttons:

50

MAN+ to increase the metering slide opening or

MAN to reduce the metering slide opening.

Operation
4.8.7

+/- appl. rate


The percentage of volume adjustment for normal spreading can be gradually determined in this menu.
The basis (100 %) is the preset value of the metering slide opening.

To adjust the volume, press the following buttons on the operating screen:

+10% to increase the increased volume (in 10 % intervals)

-10% to decrease the decreased volume (in 10 % intervals)

100% to return to the preset values of the metering opening.

Specifying weight reduction:


1. Switch from the Machine settings menu to the +/- volume menu.
2. Enter the percentage value by which you wish to modify the spreading volume.
3. Confirm the entry with OK.

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4.9

Operation

Fast emptying
The Fast emptying menu can be selected to clean the machine after spreading
or to discharge the remaining weight quickly.
NOTICE
Before starting fast emptying make sure that all requirements have been met.
Please refer to the solid fertiliser spreader operating manual (Emptying remnants).

1. Press the Main menu button on the Operating screen.


This returns you to the main menu.

2. Press the Fast emptying button.


n CAUTION
Danger of injury caused by automatic adjustment of the drop
point
On the AXIS 50.1 W the alarm move to drop point is displayed.
After actuating the Start/Stop button, the drop point moves to the
calibration test position (AGP 0). The drop point is then
approached automatically using an electric setting cylinder. This
can cause injuries and material damage.
Before actuating the Start/Stop button, ensure that no one
is in the danger area of the machine.

3. Starting the move to drop point alarm via the Start/Stop button.
The Fast emptying menu is accessed.

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Operation

4. Set the spreading width that should be used during the fast emptying.

Press the spreading width left button to select the left


spreading side and/or

press the spreading width right button to select the right


spreading side.

5. Start the fast emptying by pressing the Start/Stop button.


The opening slide of the previously selected part width is
opened.
Fast emptying is started.
6. To stop fast emptying, press the Start/Stop button again.

7. Press the ESC button to return to the main menu or press the
main menu button to return to the operating screen.
n CAUTION
Danger of injury caused by automatic adjustment of the drop
point
On the AXIS 50.1 W the alarm move to drop point is displayed.
After actuating the Start/Stop button, the drop point is automatically approached using the electrical setting cylinder to the pre-set
value. This can cause injuries and material damage.
Before actuating the Start/Stopbutton, ensure that no one
is in the danger area of the machine.

8. Starting the move to drop point alarm via the Start/Stop button.
You return to the main menu/operating screen.

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4.10

Operation

System / Test
You make the test and system settings for the electronic control unit in this menu.

1. Press the Main menu button on the operating screen.


This returns you to the main menu.

2. Press the System/Test button.


The System/Test menu is accessed.

Figure 4.16: Menu System/Test

Submenu

Meaning

Description

Total data coun- Display of the total solid fertiliser Display of total
ter
spreader data.
spread quantity in kg

spread area in ha

spread time in h

distance travelled in km

Deleting all data is only permitted by service personnel.


Test / Diagnosis Check of actuators and sensors. page 55
Service

Service settings

Password-protected; Only
accessible to service personnel
page 56

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Operation
4.10.1

Test / Diagnosis
In the test/diagnosis menu you can monitor the function of certain sensors and
actuators.
n CAUTION
Risk of injury due to moving machine parts.
Machine parts can move automatically during the test.
Make sure that no one is near the solid fertiliser spreader
before the test starts.

One can switch between tabs vie the Page forward and Page
back function keys. Optionally, the respective tab can be
opened by selecting the respective number.

NOTICE
This menu serves only for information purposes.
The list of the sensors depends upon the equipment level of the machine.

Submenu

Meaning

Description

Voltage

Checking the operating voltage.

Slide test points

Test for engaging the various


position points of the slider.

Checking the calibration

Test point drop


point

Engaging the drop point.

Checking the calibration

Diagnosis, actuator slider

Manual actuator process.

Diagnosis, actuator drop point

Manual actuator process.

Diagnosis load
cells A/D values

Check of actuators and sensors.

Diagnosis Telimat Checking sensors.


sensors
Diagnosis Telimat Manual actuator processing.
electric

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Operation

Submenu

Meaning

Description

Empty signal sen- Checking sensors.


sor
Lin settings

4.10.2

Checking the drop point and Telimat cylinder communication.

Service

NOTICE
An input code is required for settings in the Service menu. These settings can
only be modified by authorised service personnel.
As a general rule, we recommend that all settings in this menu are carried out
by authorised service personnel.

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Alarm messages and possible causes

Alarm messages and possible causes


Various alarm messages can be displayed on the ISOBUS terminal display.

5.1

Meaning of alarm messages

No.

Message in display

Definition and possible cause

Fault in metering system.

The actuator for the metering device cannot reach the set value to be moved to.

Speed or appl. rate to high.

Blockade

No position message

Metering slide alarm

The maximum metering opening is


reached.

The set metering volume (+/- amount)


exceeds the maximum metering opening.

Flow factor is outside the lim- The flow factor has got to be within the
its.
0.40 to 1.90 range.

Left hopper empty!

The level sensor on the left reports


"empty".

Right hopper empty!

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Left-hand hopper is empty.

The level sensor on the right reports


"empty".

The new calculated or entered flow


factor is outside the range.

Right-hand hopper is empty.

Minimum spreading quantity Flow factor calculation not possible.


150 kg not achieved. Old fac- Operating mode Auto km/h + Stat. kg
tor valid.
is selected.

Error in Telimat device.

The appl.rate is too low to calculate the


new flow factor when the remnant is
weighed.

The old flow factor is retained.

Alarm for the Telimat actuator.


The actuator cannot reach the target value
to be started.

Blockade

No position message

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Alarm messages and possible causes

No.

Message in display

Definition and possible cause

16

Move to drop point

Only for AXIS 50.1 W: Safety request before automatic approach to the drop point.

Yes = START

17

18

19

Error in drop point setting

Drop point setting blocked.

Drop point setting defective.

Setting the drop point in Fertiliser settings menu

Fast emptying

The actuator for the drop point setting cannot reach the set value to be moved to.

Blockade

No position message

Calibration Test

The actuator for the drop point setting cannot reach the set value to be moved to.

Blockade

No position message

Calibration test

The actuator for the drop point setting cannot reach the set value to be moved to.

20

21

Linbus user error: Name.

Spreader overloaded

Communication problem.

Defective cable

Plug loosened

Only for weighing spreader: the fertiliser


spreader is overloaded.

23

24

25

Error in Telimat setting

Telimat setting blocked.

Telimat setting defective.

Too much fertiliser in the hopper

The actuator for the Telimat setting cannot


reach the set value to be moved to.

Blockade

No position message

Calibration test

The actuator for the Telimat setting cannot


reach the set value to be moved to.

Blockade

No position message

Calibration test

The actuator for the Telimat setting cannot


reach the set value to be moved to.

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No position message

No position message

Alarm messages and possible causes

5.2

Fault/Alarm

5.2.1

Acknowledging alarm message:

An alarm message is highlighted in the display and displayed with a warning icon.

Figure 5.1:

Alarm message (e.g. Hopper empty)

Acknowledging alarm message:


1. Correct the cause of the alarm message.
Please refer to the solid fertiliser spreader operating manual and section
5.1: Meaning of alarm messages, page 57 for this.

2. Press the ACK (CCI 100) touch key.

NOTICE
Error message confirmation can vary with different ISOBUS terminals.

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Alarm messages and possible causes

Special equipment/options

Special equipment/options
No. Illustration

Name

Empty message sensor for AXIS

Ground speed sensor

Telimat Sensor

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Special equipment/options

Guarantee and warranty

Guarantee and warranty


Rauch units are manufactured with modern production methods and with the
greatest care and are subject to numerous inspections.
Therefore RAUCH offers a 12-month warranty subject to the following conditions:

The warranty begins on the date of purchase.

The warranty covers material and manufacturing faults. Our liability for thirdparty products (hydraulic system, electronics) is limited to the warranty of the
manufacturer of the equipment. During the warranty period manufacturing
and material faults are corrected free of charge by replacement or repair of
the affected parts. Other rights extending beyond the above, such as claims
for conversion, reduction or replacement for damages that did not occur in the
object of supply are explicitly excluded. Warranty services are provided by
authorised workshops, by RAUCH factory representatives or the factory.

The guarantee excludes the consequences of natural wear, contamination


with dirt, corrosion and all faults caused by inappropriate handling and external influences. The warranty is rendered void if the owner carries out repairs
or modifications to the original state of the object of supply. Warranty claims
are rendered void if RAUCH original spare parts were not used. Please follow
the directions in the operator's manual. In all cases of doubt contact our factory representatives or the factory directly. Warranty claims must be submitted to the factory by 30 days at the latest after occurrence of the problem. The
date of purchase and the serial number are required. If repairs under the warranty are required, they must be carried out by the authorised workshop only
after consultation with RAUCH or the company's appointed representatives.
The warranty period is not extended by work carried out under warranty.
Shipping faults are not factory faults and therefore are not part of the warranty
obligation of the manufacturer.

No claims for compensation for damages that are not part of the fertiliser
spreader itself will be accepted. This also means that no liability will be accepted for damages resulting from spreading errors. Modifications made to
the loading wagon or the fertiliser spreader may result in consequential damages and the supplier will not accept any liability for such damages. In the
event of intent or gross negligence of the owner or a senior employee and in
cases faults in the object of supply cause personal injury or damage to private
property the supplier's limit to liability will not apply. It will also not apply in the
case of faults in properties that are explicitly assured, if the assurance had the
purpose of protecting the purchaser against damage that does not arise from
the object of supply itself.

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