Posted 6/23/2020 06:59 (#8330963 - in reply to #8329757) Subject: RE: agleader liquid application.
Southern Minnesota Between Freeborn & Wells
caseihfarmer - 6/22/2020 16:28
going to setup a sprayer for liquid application through my agleader incommand 1200. I am very familiar with the liquid product module/direct command system. I have used and installed many over the years. though I am very familiar with that setup I know very little about the isobus route. if you were setting up a new or used sprayer and wanting to use agleader display would you set it up the traditional way or the isobus route and why? if it matters this is on an older miller nitro sprayer.
I appreciate any information, thank you.
I too, have experience with the Liquid Product module route and have been very happy with it. I don't have any experience with the isobus route either. I'd stick with what you know and are comfortable with. Since I have a liquid system for pre-emerge on the planter and post emerge on another sprayer, I appreciate the consistency in setup and operation between my various rigs.
Some feel that the ability to set a low limit based on pressure is more intuitive. I have no problem with the flow based low limit approach. I watch the flow rate under normal circumstances and set a low limit somewhat below this value to prevent tip checkoff for unusually slow ground speed. I do not need an electronic pressure transducer and thus save that expense.