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Does a totally full clean grain elevator mess with the AgLeader impact sensor?
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Allis4ever
Posted 11/9/2017 19:22 (#6355566 - in reply to #6354126)
Subject: RE: Does a totally full clean grain elevator mess with the AgLeader impact sensor?


central iowa
dpilot83 - 11/8/2017 23:10

It appears your caps lock was on for emphasis. Perhaps you were emphasizing how I was doing it in a way you think is wrong?

But you did not answer the question. I did not ask how to calibrate a yield monitor. I understand very well how to do so and while your method would work in most situations, it's an incomplete description for all situations which tells me you either don't understand how it works or you do but don't care to take the time to explain.

Regardless I'm not asking how to calibrate. I'm asking how the impact sensor handles extremely high flow situations where there may not be much impact because there is so much grain in that area that it never gets cleared out between elevator paddles throwing more at the sensor which would theoretically result in the sensor not getting hit very hard.

It was kinda tough to avoid using my caps lock in parts of my response but somehow I managed.



trust me i fully understand how to calibrate it

I have never seen where the scenario you describe would mess with a properly calibrated machine. If the area is so full of grain as you describe I would guess you are about to plug the clean grain elevator anyway. I doubt that the elevator can carry more grain than the auger can ever take away, full tank or empty. But a camera would have to verify if that is true or not.
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For the record my caps was on because so many do not calibrate their agleader monitors correctly, and was hoping that some who do not would heed my advice. (you yourself, while you very likely do know how, said you did not have a full calibration done and were questioning the results) nothing personal, just trying to help and make a point at the same time.

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