Posted 6/2/2021 06:42 (#9037861 - in reply to #9037187) Subject: RE: I figured it out
Don't call it a 'gator, it's a Ranger
As you have likely discovered, this has to do with how the initial product was defined. Liquid products can be setup as gallons or ounces.
The meter cal that you use for the carrier must agree with the units you chose. In the US, this is most likely Gallons. So the meter cal is the number of pulses your flow meter produces for ONE gallon of product. If you are using a Raven flow meter (very common) the tag on the flow meter is the number of pulses for TEN gallons so you must divide the value by 10. For example, if the tag on a Raven flow meter states 740 you would enter 74.0 into an Ag Leader system
We will be spraying with a new to us sprayer today and I will need to double check items such as the meter cal in my configuration.