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UC3

Sprayer Boom Control


Operators Manual

2004
Canada
NORAC Systems International Inc.
CALL TOLL FREE: 1-800-667-3921
(306) 664-6711
SHIPPING ADDRESS:
3702 Kinnear Place
Saskatoon, SK
S7P 0A6

United States
NORAC, Inc.
CALL TOLL FREE: 1-866-306-6722
(952) 224-4142
SHIPPING ADDRESS:
6667 West Old Shakopee Rd., Suite 111
Bloomington, MN
55438

For other service locations please view our website:

www.norac.ca
Improving the Competitiveness of Industry and Agriculture
through Precision Measurement

Printed in Canada
Copyright 2004 NORAC Systems International Inc.
Reorder P/N: 446BC-MAN2 Revision D
NOTICE
NORAC Systems International Inc. reserves the right to improve products
and their specifications without notice and without the requirement to update
products sold previously. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy
of the information contained in this manual. The technical information in this
manual was reviewed at the time of approval for publication.

Table of Contents
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2
3
4

INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................... 1
CHECK YOUR SOFTWARE VERSION ............................................................. 1
OPERATOR SAFETY ............................................................................................ 2
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION .................................................................. 4

4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
5

INSTALLATION ....................................................................................... 5
SENSORS ................................................................................................ 5
POWER CABLE ....................................................................................... 7
SENSOR CABLES .................................................................................... 8
CONTROL PANEL ................................................................................... 8
REMOTE CONTROLS ............................................................................ 10

SYSTEM OPERATION ........................................................................................ 11

5.1
TYPICAL OPERATION ........................................................................... 11
5.1.1
Using the Toggle Switches .......................................................... 13
5.1.2
Change to Automatic or Manual Mode....................................... 13
5.1.3
Adjust the Target Height (Setpoint) ............................................ 14
5.1.4
View the Actual Boom Height ..................................................... 14
5.1.5
Change the Sensitivity of the System (SENSI) ............................. 14
5.1.6
Change Between SOIL and CROP mode .................................... 14
5.2
UNDERSTANDING PERFORMANCE ISSUES ............................................ 16
5.3
UNDERSTANDING CROP MODE ............................................................ 19
5.4
MENU NAVIGATION............................................................................. 21
5.4.1
Normal Operating Screen ........................................................... 21
5.4.2
Main Menu Overview.................................................................. 22
5.4.3
Menu Structure Map ................................................................... 23
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ............................................................................. 24

6.1
INITIAL POWER UP .............................................................................. 24
6.2
INSTALL............................................................................................... 24
6.3
RETUNE............................................................................................... 25
6.4
AUTOMATIC SYSTEM SETUP ....................................................... 26
6.5
MANUAL SYSTEM SETUP ............................................................. 40
6.5.1
Setting Up Sensors ...................................................................... 40
6.5.2
Setting Up Hydraulic Valves....................................................... 42
6.5.3
Turning Booms OFF or ON ........................................................ 46
6.5.4
"Other ?" SETUP Options .......................................................... 46
6.5.5
"Other ?" SENSOR Options ........................................................ 47
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8

MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................... 49
TROUBLE SHOOTING ....................................................................................... 51

8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
9

POWER SUPPLY ................................................................................... 52


SENSOR ............................................................................................... 52
REMOTE SWITCH ................................................................................. 54
HYDRAULIC ......................................................................................... 54
CONTROL PANEL ................................................................................. 55
OTHER ................................................................................................. 55

STATEMENT OF LIMITED WARRANTY ....................................................... 56

1 Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Norac UC3 automated sprayer boom
height control system. The system is manufactured with top quality
components and is engineered using the latest technology to provide
operating features and reliability unmatched for years to come.
When properly used the system can provide protection from sprayer boom
damage, improve sprayer efficiency, and ensure chemicals are applied
correctly.
Please take the time to read this manual completely through before attempting
to use the system. Although the UC3 has been designed for easy set up and
use, a thorough understanding of this manual will ensure that you receive the
maximum benefit from the system. If you have any questions or comments
regarding the operation of the UC3 please contact Norac at any of the
numbers below. If you require service, phone us or visit our web site for the
location of the Norac Service center nearest to you.
Phone (toll free):
1-800-667-3921

in Canada

1-866-306-6722

in the United States

1-306-664-6711

all other regions

E-mail: service@norac.ca
Web Site: www.norac.ca

2 Check Your Software Version


The information in this manual applies to systems with Version 3N
(version 3 revision N) or later UC3 control panel software. When the panel is
turned on, the software version and revision will be displayed for a few
seconds. If your panel does not display a version when it is turned on, your
software is Version 1 (all revisions).
All UC3 panels can have their software upgraded for a nominal fee. It is
recommended that all panels with earlier software be updated to the current
software version. Contact your local dealer or Norac for more information.

Operator Safety

**************** DANGER ****************


1. Always ensure that the UC3 system is powered down or
in Manual Mode:
before leaving the operators seat;
while the machine is not moving;
or when transporting the machine;
2. Under no circumstances should any service work be
performed on the machinery while the UC3 system is in
the Automatic Mode.
3. Before working on any part of the booms the following
action must be taken:
set the UC3 system to Manual Mode using the
AUTO/MAN switch;
turn the sprayers engine off.
4. Do not operate this machine before:
reading & understanding the operator's manual;
gaining a thorough understanding of how to
conduct machine operations.
5. To show technical details of the machine some figures in
this manual may show safety shields removed. Never
operate this machine with any safety devices removed or
disconnected.
6. The UC3 system will greatly improve your spraying
height accuracy and protect the boom against damage in
a wide variety of field conditions.
Under some circumstances performance may be limited.
The OPERATOR of the sprayer must remain ALERT at
all times and override the automatic control when
necessary. Refer to the warranty statement in Section 9
for more details.

**************** DANGER ****************


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General System Description

Figure 1 shows the general layout of the UC3 Boom Control system. The
function of each of the major system components is described in this section.

POWER CABLE
SENSOR CABLE

CONTROL BOX

LEFT SENSOR (LO)

RIGHT SENSOR (RO)

JUNCTION BOX
or BRANCH
CONNECTION

SENSOR BRACKET

OPTIONAL
SENSOR (LI)

OPTIONAL
CENTER
SENSOR (ML)

OPTIONAL
SENSOR (MR)

OPTIONAL
SENSOR (RI)

OPTIONAL ROLL
SENSOR (MR)

OPTIONAL
SENSOR (LI)
LEFT SENSOR (LO)

OPTIONAL CENTER
SENSOR (ML)

OPTIONAL
SENSOR (RI)
RIGHT SENSOR (RO)

Figure 1. System Components and General Location

4.1 Installation
For proper installation of the UC3 boom control system please refer to the
installation manual for your model of sprayer.

4.2 Sensors
Two sensors are provided with your UC3 boom control kit. The sensors use
ultrasound to measure the distance to the ground, or the top of the crop. A
minimum of two sensors can be used to achieve control of the left and right
booms. These sensors are mounted on the outer sections of each boom with
the mounting brackets provided (see Figure 2).

MOUNTING
BRACKET

ULTRASONIC
SENSOR

Figure 2 UC3 Sensor and Mounting Bracket

Norac ultrasonic sensors are designed to work best in the brackets provided
(shown above). If you decide to use a different style of sensor mount you
may limit the performance of the sensor and/or void your warranty.
Further, it is important to follow the guidelines in the Installation Manual
provided with your kit for mounting the sensors. The sensors should be at
least 9 inches above and 9 inches in front of the spray nozzles.
The optional center sensor is very useful for setting your initial spray height
when you begin a field. It is true that the center height will not change
much, in consistent soil conditions, since both ends of the main boom
follow the height of the power unit. However, it is extremely difficult to
accurately judge the booms actual height from the cab. It is also normally
quite difficult for the operator to see the center section nozzles. It is
common for operators to be in error from 8 to 12 inches or more. How
often does your operator check nozzle height with a tape measure? The
UC3 panel will give you an actual height reading in the cab, and allow
active control to the desired height.
Another good reason for the main boom sensor is that soil conditions
change along with the weight of the machine. As the level of fluid in the
tank of the sprayer changes throughout the day and soil conditions vary, the
height of the center boom will change because of the amount the tires sink
into the soil. To ensure proper chemical application, a center sensor may
be mounted as in Figure 3 to control the main boom (center mast) height.

OPTIONAL CENTER SENSOR

Figure 3 Soft Conditions Center Sensor Required


For large boom or severe terrain applications, an additional sensor may be
mounted near the midpoint of each boom to obtain an average height reading.
The average height reading will provide improved height control over the
length of the boom, and protect the boom in severe terrain conditions (see
Figure 4).
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POSSIBLE CRASH
WITHOUT ADDITIONAL SENSORS

CRASH AVOIDED
WITH ADDITIONAL SENSORS

Figure 4 Severe Terrain Additional Sensors Required


On sprayer models with center frame roll capability, an optional sensor can be
added to automatically adjust the amount of roll of the entire boom. Addition
of this sensor to the UC3 system can greatly improve the speed and stability
of the control action. Contact Norac for more information on the availability
of roll control for your sprayer model.

Figure 5 Roll Control of the Center Frame

4.3 Power Cable


The power cable supplies 12 volt D.C. negative ground power to the
control panel and the sensors. The system will function properly with a
supply between 11 and 28 volts and may draw up to 10 amperes during
normal operation.
The control panel contains intelligent valve drive circuitry that helps to
protect the system against short circuits and other wiring problems.
However, it is still recommended to connect the UC3 power cable to a
fused supply, that turns on and off with the ignition key of the
sprayer/tractor.
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4.4 Sensor Cables


The ultrasound sensors are connected to the control panel via sensor cables.
A "trunk" cable runs from the panel to the sprayer boom. There, a standard
"branch" cable allows for connection of the two standard boom sensors and
an optional center sensor (refer to Figure 6). Another optional branch cable
is required to connect additional sensors.

CONNECTS TO
SENSOR TRUNK CABLE

WING SENSOR
(LO OR RO)
OPTIONAL CENTER
SENSOR (ML)
WING SENSOR
(LO OR RO)

Figure 6 Branch Cable

4.5 Control Panel


The control panel is the main component of the UC3 system because it
regulates the operation of the entire system. The panel uses the readings
from the ultrasonic sensors to control solenoid operated valves (usually
hydraulic), that in turn adjust the boom height. The control panel will:
(1)
(2)
(3)

indicate when the system is in automatic or manual mode,


indicate any hydraulic action which is underway, and
accept input to adjust all control system settings.

The front face of the control panel is shown in Figure 7. This section gives
a general description of each item shown on the control panel.

UC3
BOOM
CONTROL

LCD SCREEN

SENSOR DISPLAY
/SETUP SWITCH

+/- SWITCH
SENSOR
DISPLAY

POWER SWITCH

SETUP
(NO)

(YES)
AUTO

MANUAL

AUTO/MANUAL
SWITCH

Figure 7 UC3 Control Panel

4.5.1 LCD Screen


During normal operation, the LCD screen will show the status of the
system and allow you to examine or change settings. All settings for the
UC3 system are stored in cyclic menus. This type of menu allows the user
to access each menu entry by progressively toggling the appropriate switch.
For example, each toggle of the SETUP switch will advance the user to the
next item in the SETUP menu.

4.5.2 SENSOR DISPLAY/SETUP Switch (NO)


Pressing UP on the SENSOR DISPLAY / SETUP switch will access the
SENSOR DISPLAY menu. This menu provides information about the
sensors. Pressing DOWN on the SENSOR DISPLAY / SETUP switch will
access the SETUP menu. This menu provides options and settings
regarding the UC3 system parameters.
Toggling this switch in the SETUP direction also provides the alternate
function "NO". In some instances the control panel may prompt the
operator with a question that requires a yes or no response. To answer no
in these situations toggle the switch toward the word "NO".
For a more detailed description of the SENSOR DISPLAY / SETUP
menus, see Section 5.4 - Menu Navigation.

4.5.3 The +/- switch


Use the +/- switch to change various settings in each of the SETUP and
SENSOR DISPLAY menus. For a numeric entry, each click of the switch
towards the + direction will increase the setting while each click towards
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the direction will decrease the setting. If the switch is held, the number
will continue to automatically increase or decrease. The rate of change will
increase with the time you are holding the switch.
If the selections for the menu item are to be picked from a list, this switch
will present the next selection in the list. When in AUTO mode use this
switch to modify the control height set point.
Not all menus allow the user to change the setting with the +/- toggle
switch. Some screens are only for informational purposes. In a menu
where a setting cannot be changed, the +/- toggle switch is ignored.

4.5.4 AUTO/MANUAL switch (YES)


The UC3 boom control system has two operational modes automatic and
manual. This switch changes the operational mode of the system. In
automatic mode (AUTO), the control panel will regulate the height of each
boom to a predetermined set point. In manual mode (MANUAL), the
sprayer functions as if no automatic control system is present.
When the system is in AUTO the operator can override automatic control
by operating the manual switches on the sprayer's boom controls (usually a
joystick or multifunction handgrip). If the operator activates the left boom
switch (either up or down) the system will put the left boom into manual
mode.
The AUTO switch also provides the alternate function "YES". In some
instances the control panel may prompt the operator with a question that
requires a yes or no response. To answer yes in these situations toggle the
switch toward the word "YES".

4.5.5 POWER switch


This switch is located on the left side of the panel and is used to turn the
power to the system on or off. For safety reasons, the system always
powers up in manual mode. Consequently it is important to make sure that
the power switch cannot be accidentally bumped during field operation.

4.6 Remote Controls


Remote control of several functions on the UC3 panel is possible. Remote
AUTO and remote MANUAL switches can be wired to the control panel.
This feature allows the operator to control the mode of the UC3 system
from an external switch or controller.
A motion inhibit wire is also available that will stop automatic control
actions unless the sprayer indicates that it is in motion. See Section 6.5.4.1
for more information on remote control settings.
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System Operation

This section outlines the systems features and controls during basic field
operation. Before you can operate your UC3 system in automatic, it needs
to be configured either automatically or manually. If your panel will allow
automatic mode as shown below, it has been configured. If your panel will
not allow automatic mode, it will attempt to begin or resume automatic
setup. Refer to Section 6 for configuration instructions.

5.1 Typical Operation


The operating screen provides information pertaining to the height and
mode of both booms. Figure 8 shows a typical operating screen.

RIGHT BOOM
ACTUAL HEIGHT

LEFT BOOM
TARGET HEIGHT
LEFT BOOM VALVE
COMMAND (DOWN)

RIGHT BOOM CONTROL


MODE (MANUAL)

LEFT BOOM CONTROL


MODE (AUTOMATIC)

Figure 8 Normal Operating Screen


When a boom is in automatic mode, indicated by an "A" in the control
mode portion of the screen, the UC3 panel shows the target boom height.
In manual mode, indicted by an "M" in the control mode portion of the
screen, the UC3 panel shows the current boom height reading.
In both automatic and manual modes the screen will also show arrows to
indicate that the boom is being commanded to move. Table 1 explains
some examples of typical operating screens.

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Table 1 Example Operating Screens


Screen

Meaning

36 A A 3 6 Both sides in automatic control, the target boom height


is 36 inches.
36 A A 3 6 As above, but now the left side is taking corrective
action, upwards.
36 A A 3 6 As above, but now the right side is taking corrective
action, downwards.
36 3 6 As above, but now the main lift (center) is taking
corrective action, downwards. Control mode temporarily
disappears while center is active.
34 M A 3 6 Left boom is in manual control, current actual boom
height is 34 inches. Right boom is in automatic control,
the target boom height is 36 inches.
34 M M 3 6 Left boom is in manual control, the current actual height
is 34 inches. The operator is manually lowering the right
boom, the current actual height is 36 inches.
Table 2 - Special Screens

Minimum

Override

This screen indicates that an attempt has been made to adjust the target
height below the minimum height allowed. Refer to Section 6.5.5.1 for
more information.

SafteyOn
This screen means that the system is inhibiting automatic mode because the
sprayer indicates that it is not ready (not in motion or operator seat switch is
invalid etc). Your system must be wired properly and the sprayer must
have the proper sensors to take advantage of this feature see Section
6.5.4.1 for more information.

>>>>>>>>

>>>>

The control panel is busy with a task that may take a few seconds. Wait for
the arrows to disappear before activating any UC3 toggle switches.
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5.1.1

Using the Toggle Switches

All functions on the UC3 panel are activated using its three toggle switches.
To access either the SENSOR DISPLAY or SETUP menus, make sure you
are at the Normal Operating Screen. Toggle toward the word describing
the menu you wish to access. To adjust the setting of individual menu
items use the +/- switch while the item is displayed.

UC3

UC3

BOOM
CONTROL

BOOM
CONTROL

SENSOR
DISPLAY
SENSOR
DISPLAY

SETUP

SENSOR
DISPLAY

AUTO

MANUAL

SETUP

SETUP

AUTO

MANUAL

Menu items will time out and return to the Normal Operating Screen after
30 seconds. If you wish to return to the operating screen sooner, press and
hold the SETUP switch for two seconds. Any new settings will take affect
once the Normal Operating Screen is displayed.
If you wish to lock the sensor height readings on the screen indefinitely,
press the + switch once while viewing the desired sensors. This will
override the timeout feature.

5.1.2

Change to Automatic or Manual Mode

Change the mode from manual to automatic with the AUTO/MANUAL


toggle switch on the UC3 control panel. Make sure you are at the Normal
Operating Screen.
When the system is in manual mode the boom may be controlled as usual
with the boom control switches on the sprayers multifunction handgrip. In
automatic mode, the control system automatically adjusts the height of the
booms to maintain a constant working height.
Further, when the system is in automatic mode, operating the sprayer's left
or right boom control switches will immediately cause that boom to revert
to manual mode. That is, the by using the switches on the sprayers
multifunction hand grip the operator overrides automatic boom height
control on either the left or right side. The AUTO switch must be activated
to return that boom to automatic mode.
The sprayer's main lift switches provide a target height adjustment feature
(see Section 5.1.3). If you press and hold the main up or main down
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switches for more than two seconds, your panel will switch ALL booms
(left, right, main, and roll) to manual mode. This feature provides a
convenient method of switching to manual mode when folding the sprayer
for transport.

5.1.3

Adjust the Target Height (Setpoint)

Adjust the target height setting with the +/- switch while in AUTOMATIC
MODE. The smallest target height setting allowed is called the minimum
height override. By default the minimum height settings are 25 inches in
soil mode, and 25 inches in crop mode. See Section 6.5.5.1 to adjust these
settings.
You can also adjust your target height by pressing the sprayer's main lift
control switches. Each press of the up switch will increase the target height
by one inch. Each press of the down switch will decrease the target height
by one inch.

5.1.4

View the Actual Boom Height

Toggle SENSOR DISPLAY to view the actual boom heights. This screen
will show you the left, main (center), and right boom heights. Toggle
SENSOR DISPLAY again to view additional sensors if they are installed.
You can view the height screens in both automatic and manual modes. See
Section 5.4.2 for more information on the sensor height screens.

5.1.5

Change the Sensitivity of the System (SENSI)

The SENSI setting can be adjusted in both manual and automatic modes.
Toggle SETUP to view the current SENSI setting. While viewing this
screen toggle the +/- switch to adjust the value.
A lower number will reduce the system sensitivity and improve stability.
Increasing the number will speed up the response.
Five is the normal setting. At the start of operation, before the sprayer is
warmed up, a lower SENSI setting may be required for stable control. As
the sprayer warms up, increase the SENSI up until the performance reaches
an optimum level.
Changes in terrain that include driving through ditches and over terraces are
special performance cases. This type of terrain can cause the sprayer to
pitch and roll significantly. See Section 5.2 for a discussion of performance
issues.

5.1.6

Change Between SOIL and CROP mode

The SOIL or CROP setting can be adjusted in both manual and automatic
modes. Toggle the SETUP twice to view the current setting. While viewing
this screen use the +/- switch to change between SOIL and CROP mode.
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5.2 Understanding Performance Issues


Your UC3 height control system will work well in most situations. However,
as with any equipment, it is important that the operator remains alert at all
times. There may be some field and terrain situations where performance is
diminished. In these situations the operator must resume height control of the
booms manually. A discussion of performance issues is given below to help
clarify these situations.
Sensitivity Setting
Your system is configured to work well in most conditions, with warm
hydraulic oil, at a sensitivity of five. When you first begin operation at the
start of a day, it may be necessary to operate at a lower sensitivity until the
oil has reached normal temperature. Keep increasing the SENSI setting
until the performance is optimized.
Different types of terrain may require different SENSI settings. The SENSI
setting controls more than just response time. It also determines how
accurately the system will try to correct for height errors. The higher the
sensitivity the higher the accuracy. At low sensitivity a few inches of error
will be tolerated. At high sensitivity, virtually no error will be tolerated.
Therefore, the system will be much more active at high sensitivity than at
low sensitivity.
Field conditions and operator preference determine the appropriate SENSI
setting. On some sprayer models, it may be difficult to reach an optimum
level of sensitivity while maintaining good boom stability. This could be an
indication that the boom is mechanically under-damped for control
purposes. Additional shock absorbers/dampers can dramatically improve
automatic control performance. Some UC3 sprayer kits come complete
with additional damper kits. Other sprayer models have damper kits
available from the sprayer manufacturer or from Norac as optional
equipment. Contact Norac or your sprayer dealer for more assistance.
Boom Reaction Time
There are two key factors that determine how quickly your boom can react
to changes in terrain. The first factor is the available hydraulic speed. The
maximum hydraulic speed of your boom was designed by the sprayer
manufacturer and is not improved or diminished with the addition of the
UC3 height controller.
The second factor is the mechanical design of the sprayer. The SENSI
setting does affect the reaction time of your boom - the higher the number
the quicker the response. However, how high you can run the SENSI
setting is determined to large extent by mechanical issues related to the
boom and sprayer.
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Important design issues include the style of main boom mount (for example,
center pivot or nonparallel links), the amount of mechanical damping and
spring centering on the main boom mount, and whether a main boom roll
system is available on the sprayer. All of these factors together determine
the maximum sensitivity setting you can run on your UC3 system. This in
turn will set the reaction time of the boom in a given situation.
The UC3 electronics are rarely the limiting factor in determining overall
automatic height control performance.
Sensor Reading Over Ditches, Waterways and Outside Rounds
Many situations exist where one sensor may be reading over terrain that
does not accurately reflect the situation for the rest of the boom. For
example, if you are spraying along a waterway, it may be necessary to run
the outer boom sensor out into the waterway itself. This situation is similar
to the one picture in Figure 4. In this example the outer sensor will bring
the boom lower than desired and may put the mid-point of the boom at risk.
Outside rounds adjacent to very weedy areas or tall thick grass are examples
of the opposite situation. In this situation the outer sensor may bring the
boom higher than desired (if the sensor cannot read through the thick grass).
In these situations the operator must remain alert and override automatic
control when necessary. Addition of the optional severe terrain sensors will
greatly improve performance in these situations.
Driving Through Ditches and Over Terraces
Changes in terrain that include driving over terraces or through ditching are
special performance cases. This type of terrain can cause the sprayer or
spray cart to pitch and roll significantly. For most boom designs, these
changes are instantaneous at the boom tip. No wing cylinder or hydraulic
system will be fast enough to correct for the error induced.
There are two solutions to this problem. The first solution is for the
operator to recognize these situations before they occur and manually raise
the boom section(s) to a safe height. Overriding automatic control is made
intentionally easy. As soon as the sprayers boom switch is operated the
system will switch that boom to manual control. To return to automatic, use
the AUTO/MANUAL switch. This solution is no different than what would
occur with no control system present.
The second solution is to add a roll control system to your sprayer (if one is
available). This type of system will compensate for the sprayer roll in this
situation and also add stability to your boom in normal operating
conditions.
Sensing Further Ahead of the Boom
Moving the sensor farther ahead of the boom is not an acceptable solution
to any performance issues. The reason is that as the sensor is moved further
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ahead, there will be an increasing height error at the nozzles. In other


words, the sensor and nozzle are at two different points in space thus
introducing an error for all but most level terrain. One of the biggest
paybacks of a UC3 height control system is maintaining the desired height
at the nozzles. Height accuracy should not be sacrificed to maintain a
particular spraying speed. Slow down and spray at the proper height.
Interestingly enough, moving the sensor farther ahead will likely not solve
the problem anyway and may make the situation worse. In severe terrain,
this height error can bring the nozzles close to the ground as the sensor
reads over the crest of a hill, or down into a ditch.
Sensor Capabilities
In order for the UC3 system to work at its maximum level of performance,
your sensors must be returning accurate height readings at the designed
frequency. Under typical conditions, Noracs ultrasonic sensors can
provide accurate height readings from 9 inches to over 120 inches, and
return many height readings in one second. The SOIL target can be
identified through stubble, young crops, row crops, and normal trash. The
CROP target can be identified over cereal grains, specialty crops, and row
crops. See the next section for more information on CROP mode guidelines
There are two main steps to ensure sensor performance. The first step is
proper mounting. See Section 4.2 for more information on sensor
mounting. The second step is to ensure that the protective foam covers on
the sensors are kept clean, and that the ultrasonic transducer behind the
foam does not become corroded or excessively dirty. Extra foams are
shipped with your kit. The transducer is a maintenance item and can be
replaced at Norac Service locations. Transducers can last from three to ten
years, depending on conditions. Refer to Section 8.2 for more maintenance
information.
If the mouth of the sensor becomes wet, it is normal for the sensor to return
error messages until the transducer has dried off. This could include rain or
excessive overspray. Material can build up on the transducer if the sensor is
mounted too close to the spray nozzles. This is the reason the sensor must
be mounted at least 9 inches in front of the nozzles. It keeps the sensor
housing out of the normal region of overspray.
In the sprayer boom application, Noracs ultrasonic sensors ignore any
target that is closer than 9 inches from the bottom of the sensor housing.
This region is called the blanking range. Operating the sensor at heights
near the blanking range is dangerous and will affect performance because
height readings can be very intermittent. This is the reason that each sensor
must be mounted at least 9 inches above the spray nozzles. The total height
to the target is then guaranteed to be 9 inches plus the minimum height
setting (15 or 22 inches by default). No control action can take place when
sensor heights are invalid or not available to the UC3 panel.
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5.3 Understanding Crop Mode


A unique feature of Noracs ultrasonic sensors are their ability to operate in
CROP mode. In this mode the sensor will track the first available sonic
target. That is, when positioned over standing crop, the sensor will return
the average height of the heads in a circular area below the sensor. In the
same situation in SOIL mode, the sensor will track the last available sonic
target. That is, signals from the heads, leaves, and trash will be ignored in
favor of the ground.
It is important to note that the targets must be available and of sufficient
strength for the sensor to "see" them. There may be some crop and terrain
situations that do not work well for CROP mode or SOIL mode. In these
situations the operator must resume height control of the booms manually.
Areas of "No Crop" in Crop Mode
If, while operating in crop mode, the sensor encounters an area where there
is no crop the system will behave as follows. The sensor will track the soil
because only one target is available. The boom will lower as shown below.
Areas like this may include missed areas during seeding, alkaline areas and
so on. When the problem area ends, it may not be possible for the sensor to
see the crop again unless the operator raises the boom manually. The
sensor may be closer than required nine inches from heads of the crop, thus
blanking out the desired target.

"No Crop
Area"
Boom Stability in Crop
In general the top of the crop is a more inherently variable target than soil.
Put simply, given identical control settings, your height control would be
more active when operating in crop than in soil. To allow for this, many
settings are customized automatically when you change modes on the UC3
panel. This is designed to provide a more stable response in crop mode.
The tradeoff is that the system will also be slightly slower to respond in
crop mode than in soil mode.
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Thin Crop
Ultrasonic sensors operate by bouncing sound waves off of the desired
target. A minimum signal level is required from the crop in order to use it
for control purposes. This is no different than the fact that your radio must
be at a certain minimum volume level before you can physically hear it.
Different types of crop, and crops at different stages of development return
varying levels of sound. The following are some general guidelines.

Crops in growing stages are relatively good sonic targets.

Bearded crops are relatively poor sonic targets.

In row crops the sensor must be positioned over the row to use the
crop signal or between the rows to use the ground signal.

The desired target must cover roughly 60 percent of the area to be


tracked consistently. That is, when looking at the ground, the
heads should cover about 60 percent of the ground. Otherwise,
you can use SOIL mode.

If the sensor runs too close to the heads, they may not return
enough signal to be seen, or they may be blanked out. The nozzles
must be at least 22 inches from the crop. Slightly higher target
height settings will work better in thin crop

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5.4 Menu Navigation


5.4.1

Normal Operating Screen

When the control panel is turned on the screen will flash the current setup
type, followed by the panel software version. The Normal Operating
Screen will then be displayed, pictured below. The operating screen
provides information pertaining to the height and mode of the booms. A
more detailed description of operating screens is given in Section 5.1
Typical Operation. The operating screen is the starting point, and ending
point for navigation through the menu structure.

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MM

35

Figure 9 Normal Operating Screen


The following pages describe the screens that are shown as you proceed
through the SENSOR DISPLAY and SETUP menus. To navigate through
these menus, use the SENSOR DISPLAY/SETUP switch. The table in the
following section shows the structure of the main menu. The start of the
main menu is the operating screen, shown in bold at the center of the table.
UC3

UC3

BOOM
CONTROL

BOOM
CONTROL

SENSOR
DISPLAY
SENSOR
DISPLAY

SETUP

SENSOR
DISPLAY

AUTO

MANUAL

SETUP

SETUP

AUTO

MANUAL

The menu is organized in a cyclic fashion, where the SENSOR


DISPLAY/SETUP switch advances you through the menu. Pressing up on
the switch toward SENSOR DISPLAY will change the screen to the next
higher row shown in the table. Pressing down on the switch toward
SETUP will change the screen to the next lower row shown in the table. If
at any time, you wish to return to the operating screen, hold the SETUP
switch down for two seconds. Also, if you remain in a menu item for 30
seconds, the menu item will time out and return to the Normal Operating
Screen.

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5.4.2

Main Menu Overview

Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the operating screen
More
Roll
25

31

Press YES (Auto) to edit or view more sensor settings.

To locate more information on this menu item, refer to Section 5.4.3

0.5
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31

32

Displays reading of the main roll sensor.


Depending on sprayer type this menu item may not be displayed.

Displays readings from optional boom sensors (left inner and


right inner). This menu item may not be displayed.
Displays the current boom heights, in inches, from left to
right. The heights are adjusted for the offset between the
sensor and nozzles. If any sensor errors are detected the type of
error will be displayed here.
Sensor Display
Menu

30

MM

35

SENSOR DISPLAY /
SETUP Switch

Setup
Menu

Sensi

Soil ON
Or
Crop ON

ReTune?

The operating screen is normally displayed.


While at other menu items, if no switch has
been pressed for 30 seconds the panel will
revert to this screen. Also, from any screen, if
you press and hold the Setup switch for two
seconds the panel will return to this screen.
To navigate to the other screens in this table
push the SENSOR DISPLAY/SETUP switch
in the indicated direction

Displays the current control sensitivity setting. A higher


number means a higher sensitivity resulting in more control
actions and quicker response. A lower number will tend
stabilize the boom and make it less active. Range is from 1 to
10.
Use the +/- switch to set the sensor target to Soil or Crop.
Use the Auto (YES) switch to initiate the automatic hydraulic
evaluation of your system. The system will optimize your
system for the best performance possible. The evaluation will
take from one to three minutes.
For a description of the ReTune menu item refer to Section 6.3

Install?

Use the Auto (YES) switch to initiate the complete installation


process. The System Configuration Assistant will lead you
through the setup of your multifunction hand grip, sensors and
hydraulic valves.
For a description of the Install menu item refer to Section 6.2

More

Press YES (Auto) to edit or view more control settings


To locate more information on this menu item, refer to Section 5.4.3 .

Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the operating screen

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5.4.3

Menu Structure Map


Section 6.5.5

Other

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Section 6.5.1.3

MHC

25

Sht

Cht

?
?

Main

Left

More
Roll

MHS

Roll
Right
SENSOR
DISPLAY

Avg

MR

1290

LI
LO

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Section 5.1.4

31

MM

29

Section 5.1

Section 5.1.5

On

Section 5.1.6

More

?
Left
Right

KPDZ-

YES

?
?

Roll

3571

ROht
RO

32

3570

28
31

On
100
50
105

KP37
Section 6.5.2

Main
Other

DZ-

Section 6.2

Install?

RI

30

3568

Left

Section 6.3

RIht

3569

LOht

YES

28

ReTune

27

3567

LIht

32

Soil

MLht

Section 6.5.1

0.5

Sensi

Section 6.5.1

ML

YES

32

SETUP

Section 6.5.1
15

30

MRht

Rght

YES

?
RemS

Off

Section 6.5.4

On

Main

On

-DZ 103

Roll

Off

DZ

10

-KP

49

DZ

99

KP

50

-DZ

KP 175

DZ

DZ

KP
50
Section 6.5.2

-KP
35
Section 6.5.2

KP 150
Section 6.5.2

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System Configuration

Before the UC3 boom control system will function properly some
information about the sprayer and connected sensors is necessary. When
the panel is turned on for the first time, the UC3 panel guides the user
through the Automatic System Setup. This procedure is described in
Section 6.4.
Normally the system will automatically configure and calibrate itself to the
sprayer. If this process does not produce the desired results, refer to
Section 6.5 for details on Manual Setup.

6.1 Initial Power Up


The first time the system is powered up it will guide you through the
Automatic System Setup. If you wish to restart this procedure after an
initial setup has been completed, navigate to the "Install?" item in the Setup
menu and confirm the action with the YES (Auto) switch.
At any point during the setup procedure you can exit by pressing the NO
(Setup) switch. However, if you exit without completing the configuration
you may not be able to use your system in automatic mode. The entire
"Install" procedure on the UC3 control panel should take approximately
two to seven minutes.

6.2 Install
You can rerun the automatic system configuration after the panel has gone
through its initial power up procedure. This is useful if a previously
configured UC3 system is being moved to a different sprayer. To do this,
navigate to the "Install ?" item in the setup menu and confirm with the
AUTO (YES) switch.
The procedure described in Section 6.4 will begin. If you confirm this
menu item by accident, you can exit by pressing NO (Setup) before
confirming a sprayer type. No settings will be lost. As soon as you confirm
a sprayer type and see the "Dfalting" message at step 8 in Section 6.4, all
previous system settings will be lost.

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6.3 ReTune
From time to time it may be necessary to recalibrate the UC3 electronics to
your sprayers hydraulics. Examples of such times are: when a hydraulic
solenoid valve is changed; when the hydraulic pump is changed or adjusted;
and when the normal working temperature of the hydraulic oil has shifted
significantly from when the system was previously calibrated.
If you are running a pull type sprayer and use different tractors to operate
the sprayer, you should run the Retune procedure each time the tractor is
changed. To do this, navigate to the "Retune ?" item in the setup menu and
confirm with the YES (Auto) switch. The procedure described in Section
6.4, starting at Step 13 will begin.
Follow the guidelines listed in Section 6.4 Steps 1 to 7 before proceeding at
Step 13 (check weather caps, level booms, working RPM etc.).

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6.4 AUTOMATIC SYSTEM SETUP


Step 1 Make sure the UC3 equipment has been installed on your
sprayer as per the installation manual for your UC3
system.
Step 2 Find a location for the sprayer that is relatively level, and
has fairly clean targets for the sensors. For example,
position the sensors over bare soil or gravel. Do not conduct
the following procedure over standing crop or tall
weeds/grass.
Step 3 Have the sprayer in the field position with all booms at a
normal working height. The main (center) boom should be
between 30 and 50 inches in height. The wing tips should be
between 30 and 70 inches in height.
Step 4 Remove the sensor weather caps on all sensors.
Step 5 If you have main boom roll control, the roll frame should
be level and the main boom and wing tips should be high
enough such that the boom can be rolled about 2 degrees
in either direction. It is useful at this point to note which
direction on your manual roll control switch will move the
boom clockwise, and which switch direction will move the
boom counter-clockwise. Clockwise is defined as the left
boom moving up when viewed from behind the sprayer.
Step 6 Power up the UC3 Control Panel. Make sure the panel is
in SOIL mode.
Step 7 Start the solution pump and run the sprayers engine at a
normal working rpm for the entire test. For best results, the
hydraulic oil must be at a normal working temperature. This
may require you to actually operate the sprayer for 5 to 20
minutes to warm up the oil (longer warm up times are required
in cold weather).
WARNING - AT POINTS DURING THE SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION THE BOOMS MAY NEED TO
MOVE AUTOMATICALLY AND/OR MANUALLY.
Make sure that all personnel and equipment are clear of
the left, right, and main booms.

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Step 8

Select

Sprayer

Type+/-

Use the +/- switch to toggle through a list of available types.


Confirm selection with the YES switch (AUTO). Types are listed on
page 35

Dfalting

Scanning

Step 9

Control panel is reading serial numbers of all connected sensors.

Control panel is loading all the settings for your sprayer.

Sensrs

Number of sensors found is displayed. Do not continue if number is


incorrect.
The number of sensors reported here should match the actual
number of sensors on your system. If it does not, ensure that all
sensors are plugged in and operating. Power down and power up
the control panel to restart the procedure.

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Of the following two prompts, only the ones that apply to


your sprayer type will be displayed.

Step 10

Main

Control?

Answer YES (AUTO) to turn on main boom (center) control.


Answer NO (SETUP) to turn off main boom control.

Step 11

Auto

Auto

Roll

Control?

Answer YES (AUTO) to turn on roll control. Answer NO (SETUP)


to turn off roll control.

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Step 12

Manually

Move

Up

XX

Control panel confirms the proper wiring.

Left

Left

Use the sprayer's manual controls to move the left boom up. Do not
continue if the wrong boom moves.
Use the multifunction hand-grip or joystick to move the boom up at
least two feet in one continuous motion. If the wrong boom moves,
or no boom is moving, exit the configuration by powering down the
control panel. Consult the installation manual for your system to
check the hydraulic plumbing and electrical wiring of your system.
When you power up the panel again the automatic configuration
will resume.

Left

52

Height reading is inserted when sensors are detected.


If a problem is detected an appropriate error message will appear. For a
list of error messages see Table 4.

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All other relevant boom directions are prompted in the


order below. Manually move the appropriate boom as
indicated.

Manually

Move

Manually

Move

Manually

Move

Manually

Move

Manually

Move

Manually

Move

Manually

Move

Move

Move

Left Boom

Right Boom

Left

Rght

Move

Move

Move

Main

Move

Main Boom

Main Boom

Roll

Move

Roll

30

Up

Up

Right Boom

Down

Dn

Rght

Dn

Down

Main

Up

Up
Dn

Down

Roll

CW

Clockwise

Roll

CCW

CounterClockwise

If a different prompt than below appears, refer to


information on page 39.
Step 13

Manually

Working

Level

Height

Booms

at

Proceed?

Reset the position of the booms, if necessary, before proceeding.


Toggle YES to continue.
The main (center) boom should be between 30 and 50 inches in height. The
wing tips should be between 30 and 70 inches in height. If you have roll
control, the roll frame should be level.

Step 14

Hold

Auto

Until

Done

Hold the AUTO Switch to begin the valve tuning sequence.


During the hydraulic tuning procedure you must hold the AUTO switch. If
AUTO is released before "Done" is displayed, refer to page 36 for more
information.

DZ

STP1

Panel indicates the tuning stage as it progresses.


This is an example of one of the progress messages. They are displayed
for informational and troubleshooting purposes only.

If your sprayer is a John Deere 4710 you may need to step on the
brake pedal when the main lift is being tuned to provide enough
pressure for the main lift to raise.
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32

Done

Step 15

Release the AUTO switch, the tuning is complete.

55

MM 47

Normal Operating Display is shown.

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Step 16

AA 30

Toggle AUTO to start automatic mode. Observe the behavior of the


booms while correcting to the 30 inch target height.
The boom actions should be relatively smooth and stable. Boom corrections
should stop after a few seconds, under normal conditions (excessive wind
may cause small corrections to continue).
If the boom corrections are not done in an optimum manner put the system
into manual immediately. Retry the entire installation process by navigating
to the "Install ?" menu item and pressing AUTO (YES) to confirm. If after
three attempts the system is not working acceptably, proceed to Section 6.5,
Manual Configuration.

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Step 17

AA 35

Increase the target height to 35 inches with the +/- switch. Observe
the behavior of the booms.

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Step 18

MM 37

Press the MANUAL switch to return to manual mode.


AUTOMATIC SETUP PROCEDURE COMPLETE.

If your boom does not appear to be level at the desired height read
on. Otherwise your system is ready to use.
In manual mode, the control panel shows the nozzle heights of your sprayer,
for each boom section. The actual displayed heights may not be exactly the
same as your target height. The sensitivity setting determines the degree of
acceptable error between the two. See the description of SENSI in Section
5.4.2 for more information.
When you selected a particular type of sprayer during the configuration
process, typical mounting positions for the sensors were assumed. If your
boom is not level at the proper height, confirm sensor height readings by
following the procedure in Section 6.5.1.2.

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Table 3: Sprayer Types


TYPE

Sprayer Models

AN1
AN2
AND
AP1
AS2
BT1
BT2
CS1
CS2
FC1
FT1
FT2
GM1
HG1
JD4
JD5
NH1
NT1
OM1
OM2
OM3
PT1
RG1
RG2
RG3
RG4
SM1
WR1
WR2

Generic sprayer boom


Generic sprayer boom
Andros Eng. on/off sprayer
Apache 852
Ag-Shield pull type
Brandt pull type 3 sensor
Brandt pull type year>2002
Case 4260
Case 3150, 3185, 3200
Flexi-Coil 67 series pull type
Fast 7400 pull type
Fast OEM version
Gregson Maverick
Hagie STS12
JD 4700/4710 SN <6000
JD 4700/4710 SN >6000
New Holland 550
Nitro
Original Equipment Manufacturer wing control only
Original Equipment Manufacturer wing and main lift control
Original Equipment Manufacturer wing, main, c/w severe terrain
(Case) Tyler Patriot
Rogator 854 year<1996
Rogator 1254
Rogator 854 year>1996
Rogator 864/1064
Summers pull type
Wilmar 8100
Wilmar 8400

The sprayer type setting tells the panel some basic setup information about
your sprayer. When you purchased your system the three-letter suffix on
the part number indicates the type of your system. For example, if you
purchased a UC3-BC-JD4, you should select the "JD4 " type.

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Table 4: Automatic System Setup Error Messages


In the event of an error condition, the system will immediately halt any valve action
and wait for operator acknowledgement. If you are at the point in the tuning
procedure where you are asked to hold the AUTO switch, you will be required to
release the switch to continue. Once this is done one of the following prompts will
appear. At this point you can attempt to resume by pressing the YES (AUTO) switch,
or exit the procedure by pressing the NO (SETUP) switch

TimeOut! Retry

Explanation

Possible Causes

Required Action

The auto valve test has


taken too long to
complete.

a.

There is not enough


hydraulic pressure to
move the boom.

a.

Make sure the solution pump is


running, and that all UC3
wiring is connected as per the
install manual.
On some
sprayers in may be necessary to
manually stroke the hydraulic
pump to complete the test. For
example, on the John Deere
4710 you can do this by
pressing on the brake pedal.

b.

The booms are moving


too slowly.

b.

Make sure the hydraulic oil is


at working temperature.

c.

A hydraulic cylinder has


reached the end of its
stroke but the system is
still trying to move in that
direction.

c.

Manually reposition the booms


into the middle of the cylinder
stroke and resume the test with
the YES (AUTO) switch. For
left and right booms that do not
adjust below the level of the
main boom, you must make
sure that the main boom is
below 50 inches before running
the auto valve test.

SNR

2521

Retry

Explanation

Possible Causes

Required Action

A test cannot proceed


because the appropriate
sensor is not returning
a valid height reading.

a.

Make sure the sensor is


positioned over a good
soil target without too
much trash.

a.

Resume the test with the YES


(AUTO) switch.

b.

Faulty sensor.

b.

Replace sensor

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Table 4 Continued

TooHigh!

Retry

Explanation

Possible Causes

Required Action

The boom is positioned


higher than 70 "

a.

a.

Manually reposition the booms


into the middle of the cylinder
stroke and resume the test with
the YES (AUTO) switch. For
left and right booms that do not
adjust below the level of the
main boom, you must make
sure that the main boom is
below 50 inches before running
the auto valve test (RETUNE
OR INSTALL).

b.

Resume the test with the YES


(AUTO) switch.

The automatic valve test


was started with the
boom positioned too high

TooLow!

Retry

Explanation

Possible Causes

Required Action

The boom is positioned


lower than 30 "

a.

a.

Manually reposition the booms


into the middle of the cylinder
stroke and resume the test with
the YES (AUTO) switch.

b.

Resume the test with the YES


(AUTO) switch.

Too

The automatic valve test


was started with the
boom positioned too low

Many

Retry

Explanation

Possible Causes

Required Action

The
system
has
detected that too many
sensors are connected.

a.

a.

Too many sensors have


been connected to the
system.

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Remove sensors, or setup the


system manually.

Table 4 Continued

SN=0

det

Retry

Explanation

Possible Causes

Required Action

At least one sensor has


been detected with
improper programming

a.

a.

The sensor(s) was not set


up properly at the factory

Wiring

replace sensor(s)

Retry

Explanation

Possible Causes

Required Action

The
system
has
detected voltage on the
wrong wire.

a.

The operator pressed the


wrong
switch
when
prompted.

a.

Verify all wiring as per the


installation manual

b.

b.

The system has been


miswired.

Resume the test with the YES


(AUTO) switch..

Bakwards

Retry

Explanation

Possible Causes

Required Action

The boom moved in


the wrong direction.

a.

Wiring
or
hydraulic
plumbing problem.

a.

b.

Extremely under-damped
boom.

Verify wiring and hydraulic


plumbing as per the install
manual.

b.

Add mechanical damping to


the boom and/or consult Norac.

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Table 5: Auto Detect of Sensors Incomplete


If during the automatic setup procedure, the system has not been able to
conclusively identify all your sensors and locations, the following prompts
will appear.

Left

Confirm

Outer

+/-

to

Auto

to

Change

Use the +/- switch to view a list of available sensors. You cannot confirm
with the YES (AUTO) switch until a serial number is displayed on screen
(see next prompt).

2531 34.5

This screen indicates that serial number 2531 is connected and reading a
current height of 34.5 inches. To select this as the left outer sensor
confirm with the YES (AUTO) switch. To view the next available serial
number toggle the + switch. To turn this sensor location off toggle the switch.
Once the entry is confirmed, you will be required to manually enter the
sensor serial numbers for each of the remaining boom location in the
following order: Right Outer, Main Lift, Left Inner, Right Inner, and Roll.
Set the locations that you are not using to OFF by toggling the switch. .
You will only be prompted to enter location and serial number information
until all the available sensors are used up.

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6.5 MANUAL SYSTEM SETUP


The UC3 panel will not permit automatic mode unless the system has been
completely configured. In other words, Section 6.1 must be completed
successfully. In the event that you cannot complete Section 6.1, it is
possible to setup the system manually.
It is also possible to change some options that are set to typical values for
your sprayer. For example, the minimum allowed target height is set to 25
inches by default. You can change these settings as described in "Other ?"
menu items as described in the following sections.

6.5.1

Setting Up Sensors

Sensors can be entered manually in the SENSOR DISPLAY menu. You


need to know the serial number of the sensor you wish to enter manually.
The serial number is stamped on the sensor housing opposite the cable.
You will also need to know the physical location of the sensor. See Figure
1 for the possible locations of sensors and Section 5.4.3 to find that sensor
in the UC3 menu structure.
The left channel prompts are described below. For the other channels the
basic structure and behavior of the items is the same.

Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the SensorMore Menu
Left
Inner
LI
off
LOht

25

Informs you that no left inside (LI) sensor is installed; or else shows
the information as described for LO. Depending on sprayer type
this menu item may not be displayed.
Informs you that the current height reading of the LO sensor is 25
inches. This reading is not averaged.

Left
Informs you that serial number 1240 is installed as the left outer
Outer
(LO) sensor.
LO
1240
Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the SensorMore Menu

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6.5.1.1 Enter Sensor Serial Numbers


To enter a sensor in a one of the boom locations do the following.

1. Make sure you are in manual mode, at the operating screen.


2. Navigate to the "More ?" item in the Sensor Screen menu. Press
AUTO (YES).

3. Navigate to the boom section you put the sensor on, for example
"Right ?" if the sensor is mounted on the right hand boom.
Press AUTO (YES).

4. Navigate to the boom location you mounted the sensor on, for
example RO for the right outer sensor. This screen will show
the previously installed sensor serial number (if any) as shown
in the table above. Use the " + " switch to toggle through a list
of available sensor serial numbers. If you wish to turn this
sensor off press " ".

5. When the desired serial number is shown, press AUTO (YES) to


confirm.

6. Proceed to ROht menu item to check/calibrate the sensors


height reading (see next section). If you wish to return to the
operating screen, press and hold SETUP for two seconds.

6.5.1.2 Calibrate the Sensors Height Reading (Zero Height)


The Main Roll sensors "Sht" and "Cht" readings are exceptions to the
procedure described below. For more information on these readings refer to
the next section.

1. Make sure the sprayer boom is unfolded and the sensors are
located over bare soil or gravel. Position the boom at a normal
working height. Do not conduct this procedure over standing
crop or tall grass/weedy areas.

2. Using a tape measure, measure the distance from the bottom of


the spray nozzle closest to the sensor to the ground. Round this
measurement to the nearest half-inch.

3. Navigate to the ROht menu item as described in the previous


section.

4. If the currently displayed height reading is not correct, adjust it


using the +/- switch. The + switch will increase the reading, the
switch will decrease the reading.

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5. To return to the operating screen, press and hold SETUP for two
seconds.

6.5.1.3 Special Features of the Main Roll (MR) Sensor


The main roll sensor provides the two height readings necessary for control
of the main roll boom section. The two readings necessary are the spring
height "Sht", and the cylinder height "Cht". Normally all height readings
shown on the UC3 panel are displayed in inches, however, these two
readings are displayed in millimeter resolution. You can see these height
readings in their appropriate submenus (see Section 5.4.3).
The spring and cylinder are displayed as a change in height from booms
centered position. In other words, with the boom level and centered the
spring and cylinder should read zero. You can calibrate these readings in
the same manner as described in the previous section. However, it is
imperative that the boom is centered and level when calibrating.
In addition to providing these two readings, it may also be possible for the
main roll sensor to provide the height reading necessary for controlling the
main up/down boom section. This will be configured for you automatically
during the "Install ?" or "Initial Power Up" sequences. If this is the case,
the MAIN booms sensor serial number will be labeled as "PROXY". This
indicates that the MR sensor is providing all three height readings.

6.5.2

Setting Up Hydraulic Valves

There are two key settings for each valve direction (for example, the left up
direction). These settings are valve deadzone - abbreviated DZ, and valve
gain - abbreviated KP. The deadzone setting represents the size of electrical
signal required at the solenoid valve to cause a boom speed of one inch per
second. The gain setting is inversely related to the maximum speed of the
boom. That is, the faster the boom the lower the gain setting.
The left channel is described below. For the other channels the basic
structure and behavior is the same..
Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the SetupMore Menu
Left

On

DZ-

100

KPDZKP-

53
100
42

Informs you that the left valve channel is ON. To change the status
to OFF use the +/- switch.
Informs you that the left up deadzone setting is 100. To adjust the
reading use the +/- switch.
Informs you that the left up gain setting is 53. To adjust the
reading use the +/- switch.
Informs you that the left down deadzone setting is 100. To adjust
the reading use the +/- switch.
Informs you that the left down gain setting is 42. To adjust the
reading use the +/- switch.

Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the SetupMore Menu

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These settings will be determined for you automatically during the "Retune
?", "Install ?" and "Initial Power Up" sequences. However, it is possible to
manually check and adjust these settings as described below.

6.5.2.1 Valve DeadZone Test


1. Follow the guidelines listed in Section 6.1 steps 1 to 7 before
proceeding (check weather caps, level booms, working RPM
etc.).

2. Make sure you are in manual mode, at the operating screen.


3. Navigate to the "More ?" item in the Setup menu. Press AUTO
(YES).

4. Navigate to the boom section you wish to setup, for example


"Right ?" to adjust the right up and/or the right down settings.
Press AUTO (YES).

5. Press the SETUP switch to access the next menu item, in this
case the right up deadzone (DZ).

6. While viewing the deadzone, two tests are available. To run the
automatic deadzone test, press and hold AUTO. When the
"Done" message is displayed release the auto switch to view the
new setting.
Note You do not need to run both the automatic and manual
tests. The tests are entirely independent.

7. The other test available at this screen is the manual deadzone


test. To run, press and hold MANUAL. The valve will fire at
the indicated setting for exactly one-second. The screen will
show the actual change in height.

8. The change in height reading is live as long as you hold the


MANUAL switch. Wait until the height reading has settled to a
stable value and record this reading.

9. Repeat steps 7-9 three times.


10. Average your three readings. The acceptable average change in
height should be from 0.5 to 1.5 inches (ideal would be 1 inch
exactly). If your average is less, increase the DZ setting with
the + switch and repeat steps 6-9. If your average is more,
decrease the DZ setting with the switch and repeat steps 6-9.

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6.5.2.2 Valve Gain Test


1. Follow the guidelines listed in Section 6.1 steps 1 to 7 before
proceeding (check weather caps, level booms, working RPM
etc.).

2. Make sure you are in manual mode, at the operating screen.


3. Navigate to the "More ?" item in the Setup menu. Press AUTO
(YES).

4. Navigate to the boom section you wish to setup, for example


"Right ?" to adjust the right up and/or the right down settings.
Press AUTO (YES).

5. Press the SETUP switch twice to access the right up gain (KP).
6. While viewing the gain, two tests are available. To run the
automatic gain test, press and hold AUTO. When the "Done"
message is displayed release the auto switch to view the new
setting.
Note You do not need to run both the automatic and manual
tests. The tests are entirely independent.

7. The other test available at this screen is the manual gain test.
BEFORE CONTINUING MAKE SURE THE BOOM HAS
ROOM TO MOVE IN THE INDICATED DIRECTION AT
FULL SPEED FOR ONE SECOND. BE PARTICULARLY
CAREFUL IF YOU ARE WORKING WITH THE ROLL
CONTROL SECTION.
To run, press and hold MANUAL. The valve will fire at 100
percent speed for exactly one-second, and the screen will show
the actual change in height.

8. The change in height reading is live as long as you hold the


MANUAL switch. Wait until the height reading has settled to a
stable value and record this reading. This is your boom speed in
inches per second (in/s). Typical values are between 15 and 50
in/s.

9. Repeat steps 7-9 three times, repositioning the boom as


necessary.

10. Average your three readings. Set the gain value using the +/switch using the tables below as a guideline. Gain values
depend on many more factors than just speed, and therefore are
best set automatically or by an experienced operator.
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If the booms are not reacting quickly enough a higher gain


setting will make the boom respond faster. Test the response at
a sensitivity of five, because the SENSI setting will scale the
gain settings. If the booms are too jerky or unstable you must
lower the gain setting or improve the booms mechanical
damping. Right and left gain settings are polarized for
direction as shown in the table below.
Right, Left Booms
Boom Speed

Up Gain Setting

Down Gain Setting

(in/s)

(KP)

(KP)

Less than 5

Too Slow

Too Slow

5-15

225-175

100-70

15-25

175-150

70-50

25-40

150-100

50-30

40-70

100-50

30-15

Greater than 70

Too Fast

Too Fast

Main (Center) Boom


Boom Speed

Gain Setting

(in/s)

(KP)

1-5

100-75

5-10

75-50

10-15

50-30

15-20

30-15

Boom Speed

Gain Setting

(in/s)

(KP)

<10

225-254

10-15

175-225

15-20

175-200

>20

150-100

Roll Section

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6.5.3

Turning Booms OFF or ON

You can turn automatic height control off for each individual boom section.
In automatic mode, boom sections that are turned off will not automatically
adjust, and are indicated with a "D" in the operating screen, as shown
below.
36 D A 3 4 Left boom is turned OFF (D = disabled) control, the
current actual boom height = 36" Right boom is in
automatic control, the current target height = 34"
Sections can be turned off or on in the SETUP menu. Refer to the menu
structure shown to the table at the beginning of this section locate the menu
items named below.

1. Make sure you are in manual mode, at the operating screen.


2. Navigate to the "More ?" item in the SETUP menu. Press
AUTO (YES).

3. Navigate to the boom section you want to turn off or on, for
example "Right ?". Press AUTO (YES).

4. At the "Right On" prompt toggle the +/- switch to change the
status.

5. Press and hold SETUP for two seconds to return to the


operational screen.

6.5.4

"Other ?" SETUP Options

Several more options are available under the "Other ?" item of the SETUP
menu.
Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the Setup/More Sub Menu
RemS

Off

Informs you that the optional remote switches are currently disabled (auto,
manual, and motion). To toggle the setting On/Off use the +/- switch

Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the Setup/More Sub Menu

6.5.4.1 Remote Switches


Remote control of several functions on the UC3 panel is possible. Remote
AUTO and remote MANUAL switches can be wired to the control panel.
This feature allows the operator to control the mode of the UC3 system
from an external switch or controller. A motion inhibit wire is also
available that will stop automatic control actions unless the sprayer
indicates that it is in motion. Refer to the appropriate installation manual
for wiring information.
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All wires are active with a 12 Volt DC signal, and inactive with a 0 V DC
signal (ground). Once the switch(es) is wired you will need to enable it by
navigating to the "RemS" screen in the Setup menu and toggling the setting
to On.

6.5.5

"Other ?" SENSOR Options

Several more options are available under the "Other ?" item of the SENSOR
DISPLAY menu.
Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the Sensor/More Sub Menu
Avg

Informs you that the displayed sensor readings are averaged with
a weighting constant of 2..

MHS

18

Informs you that the minimum height override setting for the soil
mode is 18".

MHC

25

Informs you that the minimum height override setting for the
crop mode is 25".

Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the Sensor/More Sub Menu

6.5.5.1 Minimum Height Override


Each sensor has a preset minimum height. The sensor is not allowed to
operate at a target height below the minimum setting. The purpose of this
setting is two-fold. First, it prevents the sensor from operating in a situation
where it cannot view an acceptable sample of the ground or crop. The size
of area the sensor will "see" decreases with its height. This is particularly
important when spraying in crop. Second, in severe terrain situations, it
prevents the average reading from two sensors on the same boom from
bringing either individual sensor too close to the ground or crop.
Refer to the menu structure shown in Section 5.4.3 to locate the menu items
named below. To enter change the boom locations do the following.

1. Make sure you are in manual mode, at the operating screen.


2. Navigate to the "More ?" item in the Sensor Display menu.
Press AUTO (YES).

3. Navigate to the "Other ?" menu item and press AUTO (YES).
4. At the "MHC" screen, use the +/- switch to edit the setting to the
desired value. This is the minimum height setting for CROP
mode. For performance reasons, you cannot lower the setting
past 22 inches.

5. Press SETUP to access the "MHS" setting. Use the +/- switch
to edit the setting to the desired vale. This is the minimum
height setting for SOIL mode. For performance reasons, you
cannot lower this setting past 15 inches.
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6. Press and hold setup for two seconds to return to the operating
screen.

6.5.5.2 Sensor Display Averaging


The UC3 system returns many height readings from each sensor each
second. To help make the sensor height display screens easier to read, these
readings are averaged.
Refer to the menu structure shown in Section 5.4.3 to locate the menu items
named below. To enter change the boom locations do the following.

1. Make sure you are in manual mode, at the operating screen.


2. Navigate to the "More ?" item in the Sensor Display menu.
Press AUTO (YES).

3. Navigate to the "Other ?" menu item and press AUTO (YES).
4. Navigate to the "Avg X" screen where "X" is the current amount
of averaging (default value is 2).

5. Use the +/- switch to edit this value. Increasing the number will
make the display more stable but less responsive. Decreasing
the number will make the display more responsive but less
stable.

6. Press and hold setup for two seconds to return to the operating
screen.
Note changing this reading has no affect on performance of the height
control system. It is simply a display convenience.

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Maintenance

The UC3 Sprayer Boom Height Control System requires very little
maintenance. Some regular maintenance will ensure that your system
operates properly.
Before each day of operation:
Ensure the sensor caps are removed from each sensor. Clear any
obstructions between the sensor and the ground. Any object within a 6"
diameter circle directly below the sensor could cause improper height
readings. Check to ensure hydraulic hoses, sensor cables, or debris is clear
of the sensor.
Inspect the foam insert in each sensor. Fitted into the bottom of the sensor is
a foam shield that can become clogged with dust and dirt. Remove the
foam from the sensor, blow it out with an air compressor if available, and
reinsert. Replace the foam inserts as necessary.
****************************IMPORTANT*********************
Do not blow out the foam shield while it is still installed in the sensor.
Sensor damage may result. Always remove the foam shield for cleaning.

Figure 10 Protective Foam Shield


At the End of a season:
Remove the sensors and store inside.

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When to Use Sensor Weather Caps


The sensors are precision instruments that require adequate care and
maintenance. To ensure that deposits do not form on the transducer when
not in use, friction fit weather caps are provided. The weather caps are
intended to prevent the bottom of the sensor from coming in direct contact
with water.
Weather caps are provided for use during transport and storage conditions
where the potential for contact with water is possible. Examples of such
situations are as follows:
(1)

(2)

during transport or overnight storage when the sensor is


NOT oriented in the regular operating position (i.e. NOT
pointing downward),
during long-term storage (Ensure the sensor is dry and the
foam removed before installing the weather cap for longterm storage).

Operators are expected to use their discretion when deciding upon the
appropriate times to use the weather caps. The UC3 sensors are very
robust, however, using the weather caps appropriately will help obtain
years of trouble-free use.

Figure 11 Sensor Weather Caps

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Trouble Shooting

The following section will provide a guideline when troubleshooting


problems. While this guide should help determine the majority of
problems, it is not a complete check. If you can not determine the cause of
your problem, contact your dealer or Norac for assistance.
NOTE:
Some of the procedures described in this section will require the use of
a multimeter. If you do not own one your local machinery dealership
should be able to lend you one.
Table 6 can be used to single out which part of the controller is
malfunctioning given certain symptoms.
Table 6 - Typical Trouble Shooting Start-Points
Symptom
See
Section
Instrument panel does not light up

Page

8.1

52

8.5

55

8.1

52

8.5

55

8.1

52

8.5

55

8.3

54

8.5

55

8.2

52

8.3

54

8.4

54

Boom wont raise or lower

8.4

54

Boom is very unstable

8.6

55

Boom is erratic in trash

8.2

52

8.6

55

System randomly puts itself into manual mode


System resets itself when the valve is turned on
System wont go into automatic mode
Sensor appears not to work. Displaying

"==" "EE" "**" "??" "##"


Boom keeps lifting or lowering in manual mode

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8.1 Power Supply


To check that an adequate power supply is present take the following steps.
While performing these checks, always wiggle the wires around to detect
any temporary interruptions, as this will cause the panel to reset itself into
manual mode.
1.

Make sure the RED wire from the power cable is connected to +12 volts
and the BLACK wire is connected to ground.

2.

Check all connections to see that they are tight and free of corrosion.

3.

Check the condition of the power cable and the connector at the bottom
of the control panel.

4.

Determine if the source voltage is high enough. While running most


equipment operates between 13 and 14 volts. If your system is operating
near or below 12 volts this may cause a problem. Measure the voltage
when the valve is being used, since the valve action may cause a drop in
voltage. If you have a low voltage problem it could be due to the
Sprayers electrical system (faulty alternator, battery or poor ground).

8.2 Sensor
A possible sensor problem is indicated on the screen by the presence of the
symbols ??, EE,**, ##,or = = in the corresponding location of the
sensor display. Each message is described below. To further troubleshoot a
problem use the sensor swapping procedure.
Swapping Sensors
A procedure useful for determining is an error is related to cabling or the
sensor itself is swapping sensors. Remove the sensor reporting an error
and one that is reporting correctly, and swap their locations. Also,
reenter the serial numbers into the control panel.
Example: Serial number 1001 is on the right, and serial number 1002 is
on the left. The right sensor is reporting ??, and the left sensor is
working properly. Swap their locations on the booms, and change the
serial numbers in the control panel to correspond (right is now 1002, left
is now 1001).
If the same location still reports an error, the problem is with the cabling
on that side.
If the new location is reporting the error, the problem is with the sensor.

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## Reading too large to display

The sensor is reporting a reading that has too many digits to show on the
current screen. This is not an operational problem, since all automatic
functions will continue to work. When the boom returns to normal
heights the reading should reappear on screen.
?? Communication Error

Check that the serial numbers on the sensors match the serial numbers
entered into the panel

Check all sensor cabling. Check the connectors for loose connections or
damaged wires. Check cables for damage, paying close attention to any
flex points on the boom. Swap sensors to determine if an error is cable
related or sensor related (see above).
EE Internal Sensor Error

Check all sensor cabling, as there may be an intermittent cable problem.


See the procedure for swapping sensors above.

Check for an obstruction between the sensor and the ground. Any object
within a 6" diameter circle and within 5" of the bottom of the sensor can
cause this error message. Look for things like hydraulic hoses and trash
stuck under the sensor.
==,** Sensor Out of Range or No Signal Error.

Manually move the booms until the sensor is between 30 and 60 inches
above the ground.

Ensure the sensor is mounted vertically (pointed at the ground). If the


sensor is facing forward or backward too far, the ultrasonic signal cannot
echo back to the sensor.

Ensure the sensor weather caps are removed from the sensors.

Check for obstructions between the sensor and the ground. Any object
between the sensor and the ground can deflect the ultrasonic pattern such
that it cannot echo back to the sensor.

Listen to the sensor for a ticking noise. If the sensor is not ticking, the
sensor may be faulty.

Inspect and clean the protective foam shield (see Section 7 Maintenance).

With the protective foam shield removed, check the transducer foil. The
foil should be dry (free of condensation) and wrinkle free.

Sensor gain may have to be adjusted. This required access to the nonuser menu. Contact the Norac service department for assistance.
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If a faulty sensor is determined to be the problem contact your dealer or


Norac for a replacement. Once the sensor is disconnected from the system
you will be able to continue operation as long as there is at least one sensor
left operating.

8.3 Remote Switch

Check that all electrical connections are tight.

Make sure that all cables are undamaged, externally and internally.

Using a multimeter check to see if the rocker switches are making the
proper connection. Extended use can cause the switches to malfunction
by either sticking or not making a connection.

8.4 Hydraulic
An apparent hydraulic problem can be due to an actual hydraulic problem or
a problem with the electrical system that controls the solenoid valves. Take
the following steps to determine the source of the problem.

Check to see that hydraulic oil is being supplied to the valve in the proper
direction, as the check valve may prevent oil from flowing through the
valve.

Check to see that all hydraulic quick couplers are properly connected.

Make sure that the hydraulic cylinders are not being prevented from
moving by a cylinder stop.

If your valve is equipped with a manual spool adjustment try to open the
valve manually. If you are able to change the boom height in this manner
the problem is electrical. If you cannot get any reaction the problem is
hydraulic.

If the boom raises when it should lower, and vice versa, and you have the
boom lift line connected to the B port, and the boom lower line
connected to the A port, check that the valve is not wired backwards

If the problem is hydraulic there may be an internal problem with the


valve itself. A sticking or worn valve may be the cause of the problem,
or a foreign object may be stuck in an internal port of the valve. The
problem may also be within the existing hydraulic network (e.g. faulty
oil pump).

If the problem is electrical check all cables and connectors between the
control panel and the valve. Check to see that the valve action arrows
appear on the screen. Measure the voltage at the valve. If the solenoid is
receiving voltage and no action is occurring the valve may need to be
replaced.
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If the boom will not stay level or settles over long periods of time, check
for leaking cylinders. These symptoms may also occur if the solenoid
valves are beginning to wear. The use of a line lock will solve any
problems caused by valve leakage.

8.5 Control Panel

If the system will not turn on, ensure that an adequate power supply with
a good ground is established.

If part of the screen is black or if parts of some of the digits do not


appear, the screen may have to be replaced. If the panel is mounted so
that direct sunlight hits the face, this can cause the display to heat up and
turn black temporarily. The problem will disappear when the display
cools down again.

If the system switches between AUTO and MANUAL modes randomly


or the display changes erratically there may be electrical noise on the
sprayers D.C. system. To correct this problem you may need a power
line filter or freewheeling diodes on one or more of the sprayers solenoid
valve. Please contact Norac if a problem such as this arises, and our
service department will help determine a solution to the problem.

If the unit does not behave properly and no other cause can be
determined the control panel could have a faulty component.

8.6 Other

Inspect boom damper shocks. Replace if worn. Without adequate


mechanical damping, the system may become unstable.

Tighten boom springs.

Add more boom damping.

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STATEMENT OF LIMITED WARRANTY

NORAC SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL INC., also known as NORAC,


warrants all equipment of its manufacture to be free of defects in
material and workmanship for a period of one year. This warranty
period is for a period of twelve months from the date the equipment is
delivered by NORAC or its authorized dealer to the purchaser. Items
include weighing systems, instrumentation, and control systems
manufactured by NORAC. Auxiliary components not manufactured by
NORAC such as tires, axles, pumps, or rebuilt parts are covered by a
6 month warranty only.
NORAC will repair free of charge items returned within the warranty
period to one of NORACs authorized service centers. Freight will be
paid one way and returned by the same carrier unless instructed
differently.
NORAC or its authorized Service Center will repair or replace, at its
option, any defective part or component at no cost to the purchaser
during the Warranty period. If service in the field is required NORAC
will authorize on-site repairs at no charge for parts and labor. Travel
time, travel costs and per diem expenses to and from the place where
repairs are made will be charged to the purchaser at prevailing rates.
For the nearest Service Center visit our website at www.norac.ca or call
306-664-6711.
Any evidence of, negligent or abnormal use, alteration of serial
numbers, or repairs attempted by other than NORAC authorized
personnel using NORAC certified or recommended parts,
automatically voids the warranty. Normal wear is not covered under
this warranty.
NORAC will not warranty any complaints relating to inadequate
installation (unless the installation was performed by NORAC),
adjustments or calibration.
The forgoing states the entire liability of NORAC regarding the
purchase and use of its equipment. NORAC will not be held
responsible for any consequential loss or damage of any kind.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, except as set forth
above. Any implied warranty merchantability or fitness for a particular
purpose is hereby disclaimed. This warranty is in lieu of all other
warranties, expressed or implied.
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NOTES:

MAIN MENU
Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the operating screen
More
Roll
25

31

Press YES (Auto) to edit or view more sensor settings.

To locate more information on this menu item, refer to Section 5.4.3

0.5
29

31

32

Displays reading of the main roll sensor.


Depending on sprayer type this menu item may not be displayed.

Displays readings from optional boom sensors (left inner and


right inner). This menu item may not be displayed.
Displays the current boom heights, in inches, from left to
right. The heights are adjusted for the offset between the
sensor and nozzles. If any sensor errors are detected the type of
error will be displayed here.
Sensor Display
Menu

30

MM

35

SENSOR DISPLAY /
SETUP Switch

Setup
Menu

Sensi

Soil ON
Or
Crop ON

ReTune?

The operating screen is normally displayed.


While at other menu items, if no switch has
been pressed for 30 seconds the panel will
revert to this screen. Also, from any screen, if
you press and hold the Setup switch for two
seconds the panel will return to this screen.
To navigate to the other screens in this table
push the SENSOR DISPLAY/SETUP switch
in the indicated direction

Displays the current control sensitivity setting. A higher


number means a higher sensitivity resulting in more control
actions and quicker response. A lower number will tend
stabilize the boom and make it less active. Range is from 1 to
10.
Use the +/- switch to set the sensor target to Soil or Crop.
Use the Auto (YES) switch to initiate the automatic hydraulic
evaluation of your system. The system will optimize your
system for the best performance possible. The evaluation will
take from one to three minutes.
For a description of the ReTune menu item refer to Section 6.3

Install?

Use the Auto (YES) switch to initiate the complete installation


process. The System Configuration Assistant will lead you
through the setup of your multifunction hand grip, sensors and
hydraulic valves.
For a description of the Install menu item refer to Section 6.2

More

Press YES (Auto) to edit or view more control settings


To locate more information on this menu item, refer to Section 5.4.3 .

Navigating past the end of the menu will return the panel to the operating screen

MENU STRUCTURE MAP


Section 6.5.5

Other
Roll

Left

Roll

MHS

18

Section 6.5.1.3

MHC

25

Sht

Cht

MR

15
1290

Section 6.5.1
LIht

LO

28

27

Section 5.1.4

31

MM

29

Section 5.1

Section 5.1.5

On

Section 5.1.6

ReTune
More

?
Left
Right

KPDZ-

YES

?
?

Roll

ROht
RO

30

3571
32

3570

28
31

On
100
50
105

KP37
Section 6.5.2

Main
Other

DZ-

Section 6.2

Install?

RI

3568

Left

Section 6.3

RIht

3569

LOht

YES

32

Soil

27

3567

LI

0.5

Sensi

Section 6.5.1
MLht
ML

32

SETUP

Section 6.5.1

YES

30

MRht

Right

More

Main
SENSOR
DISPLAY

Avg

Rght

YES

?
RemS

Off

Section 6.5.4

On

Main

On

-DZ 103

Roll

Off

DZ

10

-KP

49

DZ

KP

50

-DZ

99

KP 175

DZ

DZ

KP
50
Section 6.5.2

-KP
35
Section 6.5.2

KP 150
Section 6.5.2