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Posted 8/11/2017 08:29 (#6180316 - in reply to #6172973)
Subject: RE: New to me 8230 yield monitor advice

Dysart, IA
All you need is an Ag Leader display and you're good to go. I like it personally from the standpoint that I can view my yield map on my Ag Leader screen and just use my pro 700 for all my combine functions and settings. I can keep a close eye on both without ever having to change any screens. This allows me to do a better job harvesting. You should be able to pick up an Integra on the classifieds here or I have a used display and you can message me if you're interested.

That being said, If you did want to do everything through the Pro 700 you have everything you need already. All Ag Leader does is plug into the existing sensors on the machine.(because they are Ag Leader components anyway) You can leave the modules and cabling on the machine if you choose.

1. you need to unplug the flow sensor adapter cable and plug back into the factory flow sensor cable at the top of the clean grain elevator. Should be a 4 pin deustch connector.
2. you need to open the cover on the moisture sensor and unplug the proximity switch from the ag leader harness and plug it back into the factory harness. should be a 3 pin weather pack.
3. Unplug the 2 pin connector for power to the motor on the EMU and plug it back into the factory harness. Should be a 2 pin weather pack.
4. The moisture sensor itself will need to be unplugged from Ag Leader's adapter harness and plugged back into the factory harness on the machine. Should be a 6 pin deustch connector.

all other connections from Ag Leader are T's and shouldn't need to be messed with.

Lastly, You need to go on the Pro 700 into the toolbox and tab over to the right on the bottom of the screen until you see yield. tap on this and select yield and moisture and it will be can based.

Once this is complete you should be good to go!

Edited by FarmHawk23 8/11/2017 08:31
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