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cutter
Posted 5/24/2009 22:47 (#721987)
Subject: Kinze Vision seed monitor


s.e.pa.
At times the seed monitor bar graphs change from being even to all over the place. Sometimes it gets so bad that some but not all turn red. The rows that act up are not directly related to the clutches and they always stay blue. The rows in question are putting down seed(the boxes are even). It does not appear to be a dirt problem build up in the boxes. Starting a new pass makes everything allright at leat for a few hundred feet. It will not do it all day,just sometimes. Edgevac vaccum is o.k. Hydralic drive shaft speed o.k. Any suggestions?
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eslund
Posted 5/25/2009 00:37 (#722106 - in reply to #721987)
Subject: Re: Kinze Vision seed monitor


Does your bar graph completely go blank for a second as if the planter is skipping, like the clutches are shutting down for no reason? Or have you had individual module sections shut down for no reason, usually for a brief second or two? Had this happen to me today. Even happened with auto swath off. Made new configuration without clutch control activated and it still did it. Not sure what is happening.
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cutter
Posted 5/25/2009 05:53 (#722175 - in reply to #722106)
Subject: Re: Kinze Vision seed monitor


s.e.pa.
Bar graph does not skip a beat and neither does the clutches.
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Iowacornfarmer
Posted 5/25/2009 07:27 (#722194 - in reply to #721987)
Subject: RE: Kinze Vision seed monitor



We had the same problem this spring

Dealer had us change seed filter setting to large, but I didn't see much improvement.

Noticed problem the most on windy dusty days.
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IA-1
Posted 5/26/2009 08:31 (#723227 - in reply to #722194)
Subject: RE: Kinze Vision seed monitor


One drive or two on the planter?

We have two drives(mechanical not hydraulic) if you are turning slightly the drives are running different speeds, causing the bars to go nuts.

Also, we were planting Poncho 1250 on Pioneer seed this spring. The seed stood up in the boxes like moldy corn. Using graphite and talc, still was driving me nuts. Wouldn't plant worth a shXX. Population varied all over the place.

What planter are you using?
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Iowacornfarmer
Posted 5/26/2009 13:46 (#723467 - in reply to #723227)
Subject: RE: Kinze Vision seed monitor



I don't know what planter cutter has but we have a 3800 Kinze with 2 hydraulic drives and edge vac.

Monitor bars would look like a roller coaster. Some at zero some at 120%.
As the corn is coming up stand looks good but monitor was useless planting.

Really suspect it to be a monitor problem related to wind and dust. In the evening with light winds it works a lot better.

Thanks for your input!
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cutter
Posted 5/26/2009 14:18 (#723510 - in reply to #723227)
Subject: Re: Kinze Vision seed monitor


s.e.pa.
We have a 3600 single hydralic drive. I don't think the seed was bridging or hanging up,but I could be wrong.
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franks
Posted 5/21/2010 08:52 (#1208316 - in reply to #723510)
Subject: Re: Kinze Vision seed monitor


NE IN
dust blowing up the seed tubes can be a problem. We noticed it going one direction then the other direction it's fine
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