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“V” CLOSING WHEELSRev. 9/98
MODEL 2000
PULL TYPE PLANTER
OPERATOR & PARTS
MANUAL
M0154 Rev. 9/98
This manual is applicable to: Model: 2000 Pull Type Planters
Serial Number: 608260 and on
Record the model number and serial number of your planter with date purchased:
Model Number
Serial Number
Date Purchased
SERIAL NUMBER
The serial number plate is located on the planter hitch
to be readily available. It is suggested that the serial
number and purchase date also be recorded above.
The serial number provides important information about
your planter and may be required to obtain the correct
replacement part. Always provide the serial number
and model number to your KINZE® Dealer when ordering
parts or anytime correspondence is made with KINZE
Manufacturing, Inc.
81689-8
2000
KINZE®, Interplant
® and Double Frame® are registered trademarks of KINZE Manufacturing, Inc.
The following marks are owned by their respective companies: John Blue®/John Blue Company and CDS®/CDS Ag Industries, Inc.PREDELIVERY/DELIVERY CHECK LIST
TO THE DEALER
Predelivery service includes assembly, lubrication, adjustment and test. This service helps to ensure that the planter
will be delivered to the customer ready for field use.
PREDELIVERY CHECK LIST
After the planter has been completely assembled, use the following check list and inspect the planter. Check off each
item as it is found satisfactory or after proper adjustment is made.
‰ Recheck to be sure row units and optional attachments are properly spaced and assembled.
‰ Be sure all grease fittings are in place and lubricated.
‰ Check planter and make sure all working parts are moving freely, bolts are tight and cotter pins are spread.
‰ Check all drive chains for proper tension and alignment.
‰ Check for oil leaks and proper hydraulic operation.
‰ Check to be sure hydraulic hoses are routed correctly to prevent damage to hoses.
‰ Inflate tires to specified PSI air pressure. Tighten wheel bolts to specified torque.
‰ Check to be sure all safety decals are correctly located and legible. Replace if damaged.
‰ Check to be sure the red reflectors and amber reflectors are correctly located and visible when the planter is in
transport position.
‰ Check to be sure SMV sign is in place.
‰ Check to be sure safety/warning lights are installed correctly and working properly.
‰ Paint all parts scratched in shipment or assembly.
‰ Be sure all safety lockups are on the planter and correctly located.
This planter has been thoroughly checked and to the best of my knowledge is ready for delivery to the customer.
(Signature Of Set-Up Person/Dealer Name/Date)
OWNER REGISTER
Name Date Sold
Street Address Model
City, State/Province & ZIP Serial Number
Dealer Name Dealer Number
Rev. 1/97 Rev. 7/95
DELIVERY CHECK LIST
At the time the planter is delivered, the following check list is a reminder of very important information which should be
conveyed to the customer. Check off each item as it is fully explained to the customer.
‰ Advise the customer that the life expectancy of this or any other machine is dependent on regular lubrication as
directed in the Operator & Parts Manual.
‰ Tell the customer about all applicable safety precautions.
‰ Along with the customer, check to be sure the red reflectors, amber reflectors and SMV sign are clearly visible with
the planter in transport position and attached to the tractor. Check to be sure safety/warning lights are in working
condition. Tell the customer to check federal, state/provincial and local regulations before towing or transporting
on a road or highway.
‰ Give the Operator & Parts Manual to the customer and explain all operating adjustments.
‰ Read warranty to customer.
‰ Complete Warranty And Delivery Report form.
To the best of my knowledge this machine has been delivered ready for field use and customer has been fully
informed as to proper care and operation.
(Signature Of Delivery Person/Dealer Name/Date)
AFTER DELIVERY CHECK LIST
The following is a list of items we suggest to check during the first season of use of the equipment.
‰ Check with the customer as to the performance of the planter.
‰ Review with the customer the importance of proper maintenance and adherence with all safety precautions.
‰ Check for parts that may need to be adjusted or replaced.
‰ Check to be sure all safety decals, SMV sign and reflectors are correctly located and legible. Replace if damaged
or missing.
‰ Check to be sure safety/warning lights are working properly.
(Signature Of Follow-Up Person/Dealer Name/Date)
RETURN THIS COMPLETED FORM TO KINZE® IMMEDIATELY, along with Warranty And Delivery Report.
Retain photocopy of this form at dealership for After Delivery Check.
Tear Along PerforationTO THE OWNER........................................................................................................... 1-1
WARRANTY.................................................................................................................. 1-2
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................... 2-1
SPECIFICATIONS......................................................................................................... 3-1
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.............................................................................................. 4-1
SAFETY WARNING SIGNS .......................................................................................... 5-1
MACHINE OPERATION
Checking Granular Chemical Application Rate....................................................... 6-23
Checking Seed Population ..................................................................................... 6-22
Contact Drive Wheel Spring Adjustment .................................................................. 6-2
Double Disc Fertilizer Opener ................................................................................ 6-13
Dry Fertilizer Attachment ........................................................................................ 6-17
Electronic Seed Monitor System
KM1000 Monitor ................................................................................................ 6-7
KM3000 Monitor ................................................................................................ 6-9
KPM I/KPM II Monitor ...........................................See Assembly Instruction IS364
Field Test ............................................................................................................... 6-12
General Planting Rate Information ......................................................................... 6-24
Half Rate (2 To 1) Drive ........................................................................................... 6-3
HD Single Disc Fertilizer Opener ........................................................................... 6-15
Hydraulic Marker Operation ..................................................................................... 6-5
Hydraulic Planter Lift Operation ............................................................................... 6-5
Initial Preparation Of The Planter ............................................................................. 6-1
Interplant
® Rock Shaft Attachment ......................................................................... 6-21
Leveling The Planter ................................................................................................ 6-2
Liquid Fertilizer Attachment .................................................................................... 6-19
Marker Adjustment ................................................................................................... 6-6
Marker Speed Adjustment ........................................................................................ 6-6
Metric Conversion Table ........................................................................................ 6-12
Notched Single Disc Fertilizer Opener ................................................................... 6-14
Notched Single Disc Fertilizer Opener Mounted Residue Wheel ............................ 6-14
Planting And Application Rate Charts .................................................................... 6-25
Planting Speed ....................................................................................................... 6-12
Ridge Planting.......................................................................................................... 6-4
Shear Protection ...................................................................................................... 6-4
Standard Rate Drive ................................................................................................ 6-3
Tire Pressure ........................................................................................................... 6-2
Tire Scraper ............................................................................................................. 6-3
Tractor Preparation And Hookup.............................................................................. 6-1
Tractor Requirements .............................................................................................. 6-1
Transmission Adjustment ......................................................................................... 6-3
Transporting The Planter ....................................................................................... 6-12
ROW UNIT OPERATION
Brush-Type Seed Meter ........................................................................................... 7-4
Coulter Mounted Residue Wheels .......................................................................... 7-14
Covering Discs/Single Press Wheel Adjustment ...................................................... 7-2
Disc Furrowers (For Use With Frame Mounted Coulter) ........................................ 7-11
Finger Pickup Seed Meter ........................................................................................ 7-3
Frame Mounted Coulter ........................................................................................... 7-9
Granular Chemical Banding Options ...................................................................... 7-16
Granular Chemical Hopper .................................................................................... 7-15
Granular Chemical Restrictor Plate ........................................................................ 7-15
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Rev. 9/98TABLE OF CONTENTS
ROW UNIT OPERATION (Continued)
Planting Depth ......................................................................................................... 7-1
Quick Adjustable Down Force Springs ..................................................................... 7-8
Row Unit Chain Routing ........................................................................................... 7-7
Row Unit Extension Brackets ................................................................................... 7-6
Row Unit Gauge Wheel Cover ................................................................................. 7-7
Row Unit Mounted Bed Leveler .............................................................................. 7-12
Row Unit Mounted Disc Furrower .......................................................................... 7-11
Row Unit Mounted No Till Coulter .......................................................................... 7-13
Row Unit Mounted Residue Wheel ........................................................................ 7-12
Seed Firming Wheel ............................................................................................... 7-14
Seed Hopper ............................................................................................................ 7-5
Seed Meter Drive Adjustment .................................................................................. 7-6
Seed Meter Drive Release ....................................................................................... 7-6
Spring Tooth Incorporator ...................................................................................... 7-16
“V” Closing Wheel Adjustment ................................................................................. 7-1
LUBRICATION
Bushings .................................................................................................................. 8-2
Drive Chains ............................................................................................................ 8-1
Grease Fittings......................................................................................................... 8-4
Liquid Fertilizer Piston Pump.................................................................................... 8-4
Lubrication Symbols ................................................................................................. 8-1
Sealed Bearings ....................................................................................................... 8-1
Wheel Bearings ........................................................................................................ 8-4
MAINTENANCE
15" Seed Opener Disc/Bearing Assembly ................................................................ 9-9
Brush-Type Seed Meter Maintenance ...................................................................... 9-6
Brush-Type Seed Meter Troubleshooting................................................................. 9-8
Chain Tension Adjustment ....................................................................................... 9-2
Closing Wheel Troubleshooting ............................................................................... 9-9
Electrical Wiring Diagram For Light Package ......................................................... 9-23
Electronic Seed Monitor Display Backlite Bulb Replacement
(KM3000 Only) ................................................................................................ 9-17
Electronic Seed Monitor Row Indicator Bulb Replacement
(KM1000 Only) ................................................................................................ 9-17
Electronic Seed Monitor System Troubleshooting .................................................. 9-11
Finger Pickup Seed Meter Cleaning ......................................................................... 9-4
Finger Pickup Seed Meter Inspection/Adjustment .................................................... 9-3
Finger Pickup Seed Meter Troubleshooting ............................................................. 9-5
Gauge Wheel Adjustment ........................................................................................ 9-9
Hydraulic System Schematic ................................................................................. 9-24
Lift Circuit Operation Troubleshooting .................................................................... 9-19
Marker Bearing Lubrication Or Replacement ......................................................... 9-21
Marker Operation Troubleshooting......................................................................... 9-20
Mounting Bolts And Hardware.................................................................................. 9-1
Piston Pump Storage ............................................................................................. 9-22
Piston Pump Troubleshooting ................................................................................ 9-22
Preparation For Storage......................................................................................... 9-23
Row Unit Mounted No Till Coulter .......................................................................... 9-10
Seed Tube Guard/Inner Scraper ............................................................................ 9-10
Torque Values Chart ................................................................................................ 9-1
Valve Block Assembly Inspection........................................................................... 9-18
Wheel Bearing Lubrication Or Replacement .......................................................... 9-21
PARTS LIST INDEX .......................................................................................................P1
PARTS SECTION NUMERICAL INDEX .......................................................................... a
Rev. 9/98TO THE OWNER
KINZE Manufacturing, Inc. would like to thank you for your patronage. We appreciate your confidence in KINZE® farm
machinery. Your KINZE® planter has been carefully designed and sturdily built to provide dependable operation in return
for your investment.
This manual has been prepared to aid you in the operation and maintenance of the planter. It should be
considered a permanent part of the machine and remain with the machine when you sell it.
It is the responsibility of the user to read and understand the Operator & Parts Manual in regards to safety, operation,
lubrication and maintenance before operation of this equipment. It is the user's responsibility to inspect and service
the machine routinely as directed in the Operator & Parts Manual. We have attempted to cover all areas of safety,
operation, lubrication and maintenance; however, there may be times when special care must be taken to fit your
conditions.
Throughout this manual the symbol and the words NOTE, CAUTION, WARNING and DANGER are used
to call your attention to important safety information. The definition of each of these terms used follows:
NOTE: Indicates a special point of information.
CAUTION: Indicates that a failure to observe can cause damage to the machine or equipment.
WARNING: Indicates that a failure to observe can cause damage to the machine or equipment and/
or personal injury.
DANGER: Indicates that a failure to observe can cause most serious damage to the machine or
equipment and/or most serious personal injury.
WARNING: Some photos in this manual may show safety covers, shields or lockups removed for
visual clarity. NEVER OPERATE the machine without all safety covers, shields and lockups in place.
NOTE: Some photos in this manual may have been taken of prototype machines. Production machines may vary in
appearance.
NOTE: Some photos and illustrations in this manual show optional attachments installed. Contact your KINZE® Dealer
for purchase of optional attachments.
1-1 Rev. 7/95WARRANTY
The KINZE® Limited Warranty for your new machine is stated on the back of the retail purchaser's copy of the Warranty
And Delivery Report form.
Warranty, within the warranty period, is provided as part of KINZE's support program for registered KINZE® products
which have been operated and maintained as described in this manual. Evidence of equipment abuse or modification
beyond original factory specifications will void the warranty. Normal maintenance, service and repair is not covered by
KINZE® warranty.
To register your KINZE® product for warranty, a Warranty And Delivery Report form must be completed by the KINZE®
Dealer and signed by the retail purchaser, with copies to the Dealer, to the retail purchaser and to KINZE Manufacturing,
Inc. Registration must be completed and sent to KINZE Manufacturing, Inc. within 30 days of delivery of the KINZE®
product to the retail purchaser. KINZE Manufacturing, Inc. reserves the right to refuse warranty on serial numbered
products which have not been properly registered.
Additional copies of the Limited Warranty can be obtained through your KINZE® Dealer.
If service or replacement of failed parts which are covered by the Limited Warranty are required, it is the user's
responsibility to deliver the machine along with the retail purchaser's copy of the Warranty And Delivery Report to the
KINZE® Dealer for service. KINZE® warranty does not include cost of travel time, mileage, hauling or labor. Any prior
arrangement made between the Dealer and the retail purchaser in which the Dealer agrees to absorb all or part of this
expense should be considered a courtesy to the retail purchaser.
KINZE® warranty does not include cost of travel time, mileage, hauling or labor.
1-2 Rev. 1/97The Model 2000 Pull Type planter is available in various configurations and row spacings. Double Frame® Conversion
Packages, Liquid Fertilizer Packages, Dry Fertilizer Packages and/or Interplant
® Packages are also available.
GENERAL INFORMATION
The information used in this manual was current at the time of printing. However, due to KINZE's continual attempt to
improve its product, production changes may cause your machine to appear slightly different in detail. KINZE
Manufacturing, Inc. reserves the right to change specifications or design without notice and without incurring obligation
to install the same on machines previously manufactured.
Right hand and left hand as used throughout this manual is determined by facing in the direction the machine will travel
when in use unless otherwise stated.
2-1 Rev. 7/95
73327-12
Shown With Interplant
® Package Installed
73327-24
Shown With Dry Fertilizer Package Installed
INTRODUCTION2-2 7/93
INTRODUCTIONTYPE - Pull Type (Rigid Frame)
PLANTING UNIT TYPES - Push And Pull Row Units
ROW SPACING Pull Row Units Push Row Units
4 Row Narrow - 30" Rows 7 - 15" Rows
4 Row Wide - 36" Or 38" Rows 7 - 18" Or 19" Rows
6 Row Narrow - 30" Rows 11 - 15" Rows
6 Row Wide - 36" Or 38" Rows 11 - 18" Or 19" Rows
8 Row Narrow - 30" Rows 15 - 15" Rows
DRIVE SYSTEM
Drive system includes 4.10" x 6" spring-loaded contact drive tire(s) with No. 40 chain, quick-adjust end
mounted seed transmission with machined sprockets, and
7
/8" hex drive and drill shafts. One drive tire
on 4 row planters and two on 6 and 8 row planters.
TRANSPORT TIRES
Two 7.50" x 20" transport tires on 4 row and four on 6 and 8 row.
Adjustable height wheels allow for ridge planting.
TYPE LIFT Master/slave hydraulics.
4 row planters have 2 master/slave rephasing cylinders.
6 and 8 row planters have 2 master/slave rephasing cylinders and 2 assist cylinders.
MARKERS 4 Row Narrow/Wide and 6 Row Narrow planters use heavy duty conventional markers.
6 Row Wide and 8 Row Narrow planters use two-fold low profile markers.
HYDRAULICS Single SCV is standard. Dual SCV, for independent operation of lift and markers, is optional.
Hydraulic sequence valve with flow controls allows alternating marker operation and
marker speed adjustment.
Dimensions/Operating
PLANTER SIZE 4 Row 30" 4 Row 36"/38" 6 Row 30" 6 Row 36"/38" 8 Row 30"
Width 12' 8" 14' 8" 17' 8" 20' 2" 21' 10"
Single Frame Length 11' 8" 11' 8" 11' 8" 11' 8" 11' 8"
Double Frame® Length 14' 2" 14' 2" 14' 2" 14' 2" 14' 2"
*Single Frame Weight 2115 lbs. 2205 lbs. 3369 lbs. 3653 lbs. 4759 lbs.
*Double Frame® Weight 2525 lbs. 2653 lbs. 3951 lbs. 4303 lbs. 5493 lbs.
* Base machine weights include planter frame including row markers, drive components, tires and wheels, hydraulic
cylinders and KINZE® pull row units (closing wheel arms less wheels) with seed hopper and lid and dual quick adjustable
down force springs.
3-1 Rev. 7/95
SPECIFICATIONS 3-2 Rev. 9/98
SPECIFICATIONS
MACHINE OPTIONS
• Double Frame® Conversion Package
• Electronic Seed Monitors - KM1000, KM3000 With Magnetic Distance Sensor Or
KM3000 With Radar Distance Sensor
(KPM I/KPM II Monitor-See Assembly Instruction IS364)
• Dual Valve Conversion Package
• Half Rate (2 To 1) Drive Reduction Package
• Interplant
® Package
• Liquid Fertilizer With Fertilizer Opener And Pump Options
• Dry Fertilizer With Fertilizer Opener Options
ROW UNIT OPTIONS/ATTACHMENTS
• Finger Pickup Or Brush-Type Seed Meters
• Closing Wheels - Rubber “V”, Cast Iron “V” Or Covering Discs/Single Press Wheel
• Gauge Wheel Covers
• Granular Chemical Application
• Spring Tooth Incorporator
• Row Unit Mounted No Till Coulter
• Row Unit Mounted Disc Furrowers
• Row Unit Mounted Bed Leveler
• Row Unit Mounted Residue Wheel
• Coulter Mounted Residue Wheels
• Frame Mounted No Till Coulter
• Disc Furrowers For Frame Mounted Coulter
• Seed Firming WheelBe aware of bystanders, particularly
children! Always look around to make sure
it is safe to start the engine of the towing
vehicle or move the planter. This is
particularly important with higher noise
levels and quiet cabs, as you may not hear
people shouting.
Lift Cylinder Safety Lockup
Always install all cylinder safety lockup
brackets before transporting the planter.
Never work under the planter while in raised
position without installing cylinder safety
lockup brackets.
Conventional Marker Lockup
Install safety lockup brackets on markers
prior to transporting the planter or working
around the unit. (Where Applicable)
Watch for obstructions such as wires, tree
limbs, etc., when folding markers.
Safe and careful operation of the tractor and planter at
all times will contribute significantly to the prevention of
accidents.
Since a large portion of farm accidents occur as a result
of fatigue or carelessness, safety practices should be of
utmost concern. Read and understand the instructions
provided in this manual and on the warning signs.
Review these instructions frequently! Listed below are
other safety suggestions that should become common
practice.
Never allow the planter to be operated by
anyone who is unfamiliar with the operation
of all functions of the unit. All operators
should read and thoroughly understand
the instructions given in this manual prior
to moving the unit.
Always keep hands, feet and clothing away
from moving parts. Do not wear loose-
fitting clothing which may catch in moving
parts.
Always wear protective clothing, substantial
shoes and suitable hearing and eye sight
protectors applicable for the situation.
Use a tractor equipped with a roll-over-
protective-system and fasten your seat belt
prior to starting the engine.
Never permit any persons other than the
operator to ride on the tractor.
Never ride on the planter or allow others to
do so.
Do not allow anyone to stand between the
tongue or hitch and the towing vehicle
when backing up to the planter.
Always make sure there are no persons
near the planter when marker assemblies
are in operation.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
4-1 Rev. 9/98
83154-3
46331-89Before operating the planter for the first
time and periodically thereafter, check to
be sure the lug nuts on the transport wheels
are tight. This is especially important if the
planter is to be transported for a long
distance.
Store the planter in an area away from
human activity. DO NOT permit children to
play in or around the stored unit.
Make sure the parked machine is on a hard,
level surface. Wheel chocks may be needed
to prevent unit from rolling.
This planter is designed to be DRIVEN BY
GROUND TIRES ONLY. The use of hydraulic,
electric or PTO drives may create serious
safety hazards to you and the people near
by. If you install such drives you must
follow all appropriate safety standards and
practices to protect you and others near
this planter from injury.
This machine has been designed and built
with your safety in mind. Do not make any
alterations or changes to this machine. Any
alteration to the design or construction
may create safety hazards.
Rim and tire servicing can be dangerous.
Explosive separation of a tire and rim parts
can cause serious injury or death.
Agricultural chemicals used with this unit
can be dangerous. Improper selection or
use can seriously injure persons, animals,
plants, soil and other property. BE SAFE:
Select the right chemical for the job. Handle
it with care. Follow the instructions of the
chemical manufacturer.
Good maintenance is your responsibility.
Poor maintenance is an invitation to trouble.
Limit towing speed to 15 M.P.H.. Tow only
with farm tractor of minimum 50 HP.
Always make sure safety/warning lights,
reflectors and SMV emblem are in place and
visible prior to transporting the machine on
public roads. In this regard, check federal,
state/provincial and local regulations.
Check to be sure all safety/warning lights
are working before transporting the
machine on public roads.
If the planter is going to be transported on
a public highway, a safety chain should be
obtained and installed. Always follow
federal, state/provincial and local
regulations regarding a safety chain when
towing farm equipment on a public highway.
Only a safety chain (not an elastic or nylon/
plastic tow strap) should be used to retain
the connection between the towing and
towed machines in the event of separation
of the primary attaching system.
Allow for unit length when making turns.
Always drive at a safe speed relative to
local conditions and ensure your speed is
low enough for an emergency stop to be
safe and secure. Keep speed to a minimum.
Reduce speed prior to turns to avoid the
risk of overturning.
Avoid sudden uphill turns on steep slopes.
Always keep the tractor in gear to provide
engine braking when going downhill. Do
not coast.
Be a safe and courteous driver. Always
yield to oncoming traffic in all situations,
including narrow bridges, intersections, etc.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
4-2 Rev. 9/98SAFETY WARNING SIGNS
The “WARNING” signs illustrated on these pages are placed on the machine to warn of hazards. The warnings found
on these signs are for your personal safety and those around you. OBSERVE THESE WARNINGS!
• Keep these signs clean so they can be readily observed. Wash with soap and water or cleaning solution
as required.
• Replace “WARNING” signs should they become damaged, painted over or if they are missing.
• Check the SMV sign periodically. Replace if it shows loss of any of its reflective property.
• When replacing decals, clean the machine surface thoroughly using soap and water or cleaning solution
to remove all dirt and grease.
77121-46
Part No. G7100-42
Part No. G7200-03 Red Reflector (Rear)
Part No. G7200-04 Amber Reflector (Front)
77262-2
Part No. GD2199 SMV Emblem
5-1 Rev. 1/9577178-8
Part No. G7100-46
83364-8
Part No. G7100-56
Part No. G7100-90
Part No. G7100-89
Part No. G7100-47
SAFETY WARNING SIGNS
5-2 Rev. 12/97
TOW ONLY WITH
FARM TRACTOR
7100-56
9
ALWAYS USE THE HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
SAFETY LOCKUP CHANNEL WHEN
SERVICING MACHINE IN RAISED POSITION
OR WHEN TRANSPORTING MACHINE ON
THE ROAD. AFTER USE RETURN TO
STORAGE LOCATION.77178-17a
Part No. G7100-115
Located on under side of granular
chemical hopper lid.
SAFETY WARNING SIGNS
5-3 Rev. 9/985-4 7/93
SAFETY WARNING SIGNSMACHINE OPERATION
3. Connect hydraulic hoses to tractor ports in a
sequence which is both familiar and comfortable to
the operator.
NOTE: If tractor is equipped with an adjustable
outlet (SCV), adjust to full flow position.
DANGER: Before applying pressure to the
hydraulic system, make sure all connections
are tight and hoses and fittings have not
been damaged. Hydraulic fluid escaping
under pressure can have sufficient force to
penetrate skin, causing injury or infection.
CAUTION: Always wipe hose ends to remove any
dirt before connecting couplers to tractor ports.
4. Connect ASAE Standards 7 terminal connector for
warning lights on planter to ASAE Standards
receptacle on tractor. If your tractor is not equipped
with an ASAE Standards receptacle, check with
your tractor manufacturer for availability. Check to
be sure warning lights on planter are working in
conjunction with warning lights on tractor.
5. Raise jack stand and remount horizontally on
storage bracket.
6. Lower planter to the planting position and check to
be sure planter is level fore and aft. If hitch height
is too high or low, disconnect planter and adjust
hitch clevis up or down as necessary.
NOTE: If using an auxiliary attaching system to
retain the connection between the planter and
tractor hitch, be sure the auxiliary attaching system
is of sufficient strength and length and correctly
attached. An auxiliary attaching system (safety
chain) is available from KINZE® Repair Parts through
your KINZE® Dealer. Attach safety chain using clevis
mounting holes on planter hitch.
The following information is general in nature and was
written to aid the operator in preparation of the tractor
and planter for use, and to provide general operating
procedures. The operator's experience, familiarity with
the machine and the following information should
combine for efficient planter operation and good
working habits.
CAUTION: Always raise the planter out of the
ground when making sharp turns or backing up.
INITIAL PREPARATION OF THE PLANTER
Lubricate the planter and row units per the lubrication
information in this manual. Make sure all tires have
been properly inflated. Check all drive chains for proper
tension, alignment and lubrication.
TRACTOR REQUIREMENTS
Consult your dealer for information on horsepower
requirements and tractor compatibility. Requirements
will vary with planter options, tillage and terrain. One
dual remote hydraulic outlet (SCV) is required on
machines equipped with the standard single valve
hydraulic system. Two dual remote hydraulic outlets
(SCV) are required on machines equipped with the
optional dual valve hydraulic system.
TRACTOR PREPARATION AND HOOKUP
61048-31
NEED NEW PHOTO
1. Adjust tractor drawbar so it is 13 to17 inches above
the ground. Adjust the drawbar so the hitch pin hole
is directly below the center line of the PTO shaft.
Make sure the drawbar is in a stationary position.
2. Back tractor to planter and connect with a minimum
3
/4" diameter hitch pin. Make sure hitch pin is
secured with locking pin or cotter pin.
6-1 Rev. 12/97
01239805aMACHINE OPERATION
TIRE PRESSURE
83154-11
Tire pressure should be checked regularly and
maintained as follows:
Transport/Ground Drive 7.50" x 20" ................ 40 PSI
Contact Drive 4.10" x 6" .................................. 60 PSI
DANGER: Rim and tire
servicing can be dangerous.
Explosive separation of a tire
and rim parts can cause
serious injury or death.
Do not attempt to mount a tire unless you have the
proper equipment and experience to perform the
job. This should only be done by persons properly
trained and equipped to do the job.
Always maintain the correct tire pressure. Do not
inflate the tires above the recommended pressure.
When inflating tires, use a clip-on air chuck and
extension hose long enough to allow you to stand
to one side and NOT in front of or over the tire
assembly. Use a safety cage to enclose the tire and
rim assembly when inflating.
Inspect tires and wheels daily. Do not operate with
low pressure, cuts, bubbles, damaged rims or
missing lug bolts and nuts.
LEVELING THE PLANTER
For proper operation of the planter and row units, it is
important that the planter frame and row unit parallel
arms be level. The toolbar should operate at a 20" to 22"
height, measured to the bottom of the toolbar.
Unless the tractor drawbar is adjustable for height, the
fore and aft level adjustment must be maintained by the
position of the hitch clevis. Holes in the hitch bracket
allow the clevis to be raised or lowered. When installing
clevis mounting bolts, tighten hex nuts to proper torque
setting.
72359-145
With the planter lowered to proper operating depth,
check to be sure the frame is level fore and aft. Recheck
once planter is in the field.
It is important for the planter to operate level laterally.
Tire pressure must be maintained at pressures specified.
See “Tire Pressure”.
6-2 Rev. 12/97
Transport/Ground Drive
Contact Drive
CONTACT DRIVE WHEEL SPRING
ADJUSTMENT
There are two down pressure springs on each contact
drive wheel. The down pressure is factory preset and
should need no further adjustment.
The spring tension is set leaving 2
1
/4" between the
spring plug and the bolt head.
83154-11
2
1
/4"MACHINE OPERATION
Driven Sprocket
Drive Sprocket
TIRE SCRAPER
Due to the clearance between the wheel assembly and
the transport tire, a tire scraper should always be used.
This will prevent a buildup of dirt/mud between the
wheel arm assembly and the tire. Adjust the scraper so
it does not contact the tire.
83154-1
HALF RATE (2 TO 1) DRIVE
48496-44
Replacing the 17 tooth drive sprocket located on the
inner side of the top transmission shaft, with the 34 tooth
half rate (2 to 1) drive reduction sprocket will reduce the
planter transmission speed and reduce planting rates
by approximately 50%. The half rate drive must always
be used when using the Interplant
® row units.
IMPORTANT: After each sprocket combination
adjustment, make a field check to be sure you are
planting at the desired rate.
6-3 Rev. 12/97
Interplant
® Push Row Unit Transmission
34 Tooth Sprocket - Half Rate (2 To 1) Drive
Pull Row Unit Transmission
34 Tooth Sprocket - Half Rate (2 To 1) Drive
17 Tooth Sprocket - Standard Rate Drive
Scraper
TRANSMISSION ADJUSTMENT
Planting population rate changes are made at the end
mounted transmission. The planter is designed to allow
simple, rapid changes in sprockets to obtain the desired
planting population. By removing the lynch pins on the
hexagon shafts, sprockets can be interchanged with
those from the sprocket storage rod bolted to the
transmission.
Chain tension is controlled by a spring-loaded dual-
sprocket idler. The idler assembly is adjusted with a
ratchet arm. This arm has a release position to remove
spring tension for replacing sprockets. The amount of
spring tension on the chain is controlled by the ratchet
arm.
The planting rate charts found at the back of this section
will aid you in selecting the correct sprocket
combinations.
61010-28
STANDARD RATE DRIVE
Seed planting rate charts are based on the standard
rate drive unless specified otherwise. The standard
rate drive uses a 17 tooth sprocket as shown above.
Using the 34 tooth half rate (2 to 1) drive reduction
sprocket in place of the 17 tooth sprocket will reduce the
planting rate by approximately 50%. See "Half Rate (2
To 1) Drive".
61010-41
17 Tooth SprocketMACHINE OPERATION
RIDGE PLANTING
To raise the planter frame height 3" for ridge planting,
mount the 20" tires in the lower rear holes in the ground
drive wheel arm. Mount the contact drive wheel arm and
springs in the lower set of mounting holes in the wheel
module mount and raise the hitch height to maintain
fore and aft levelness.
83154-1
83154-11
SHEAR PROTECTION
The planter driveline and row unit components are
protected from damage by shear pins.
61658-27
Row Unit Seed Meter Drive
6-4 Rev. 9/98
5
/32" Shear Pin
3
/16" Shear Pin
1
/4" Shear Pin
3
/16" Shear Pin
Mount Tire In
Lower Hole
Mount In Lower
Set Of Holes
61048-42
Transmission Shaft
61111-5 61111-33
Dry Fertilizer Driveline Liquid Fertilizer Driveline
If excessive load should cause a pin to shear, it is
important to determine where binding has occurred
before replacing the pin. Turn the shaft by hand, checking
for misalignment and for the possibility of seized parts.
When the shaft can be turned by hand (with the aid of
a wrench) replace shear pins with same size and type.
To prevent future binding or breakage of components,
check driveline alignment and follow prescribed
lubrication schedules.
NOTE: Drill shaft/transmission coupler alignment
is critical.
61010-1
Additional shear pins can be found in the storage area
located on the wheel module.MACHINE OPERATION
6-5 Rev. 1/97
HYDRAULIC MARKER OPERATION
Model 2000 planters are equipped with a single valve
hydraulic system or an optional dual valve hydraulic
system. The single valve system requires the planter to
be raised in order to lift the markers. Each time the
planter is lowered, the markers will alternately be
lowered. If the planter is raised to cross a waterway, the
opposite marker will be lowered when the planter is
lowered back into the ground. Therefore, it will be
necessary to stop and again raise and lower the planter
to restore correct marker operation.
If planting in this type of situation, dual valve hydraulics
are highly recommended. The optional dual valve
hydraulic system allows the planter to be raised and
lowered independent of the markers. When raising the
planter for a waterway the marker that is down will also
clear the ground and not disturb the waterway. When
the planter is again lowered the same marker will
continue to mark the path for the return pass. Each time
a marker is raised, the sequencing valve will direct flow
to lower the opposite marker.
Both markers can be used at the same time if desired.
To do this, lower the planter and the marker that has
been selected. Move the tractor control lever to the
raise position and immediately return it to the lower
position. This will shift the marker control valve and the
remaining marker will be lowered. This is useful in
planting contours and terraces.
WARNING: Always stand clear of the marker
assemblies and blades when planter is in
operation.
HYDRAULIC PLANTER LIFT OPERATION
The planter lift system consists of a master cylinder on
one side of the planter and a slave cylinder on the other
side of the planter. On 6 row and larger sizes, lift assist
cylinders are also used.
With the master/slave hydraulic lift system, oil is forced
into the butt end of the master and lift assist cylinders
when the the hydraulic lever on the tractor is moved to
the raise position. As the master cylinder is extended,
oil from the rod end of the master cylinder is forced into
the butt end of the slave cylinder. The displacement on
the rod end of the master cylinder is equal to the
displacement on the butt end of the slave cylinder. This
causes the two cylinders to move at the same rate so
the planter will raise and lower evenly.
IMPORTANT: The planter lift cylinders may get out
of phase resulting in the planter lifting unevenly. In
each master cylinder and each slave cylinder a
valve located in the piston in the cylinder allows the
lift system to be rephased when the cylinders are
cycled by lowering the planter to the ground and
holding the hydraulic lever for approximately 5-10
seconds. Cycle the system until the planter lifts
and lowers evenly.
WARNING: Always position lockups in
“safety” position when transporting or
storing planter. See “Safety Precautions”.MACHINE OPERATION
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MARKER SPEED ADJUSTMENT
The marker hydraulic system is equipped with two flow
control valves. One flow control valve controls the
lowering speed of both markers and one controls the
raising speed of both markers. To adjust marker speed,
loosen the jam nut and turn the control clockwise or IN
to slow the travel speed and counterclockwise or OUT
to increase the travel speed. The flow control determines
the amount of oil flow restriction through the valve,
therefore determining travel speed of the markers.
54813-30
DANGER: The flow controls should be
properly adjusted before the marker
assembly is first put into use. Excessive
travel speed of the markers can be
dangerous and/or damage the marker
assembly.
NOTE: When oil is cold, hydraulics operate slowly.
Make sure all adjustments are made with warm oil.
NOTE: On a tractor where the oil flow can not be
controlled, the rate of flow of oil from the tractor
may be greater than the rate at which the marker
cylinder can accept it. The tractor hydraulic control
lever will have to be held until the cylinder reaches
the end of its stroke. This occurs most often on
tractors with an open center hydraulic system.
On tractors with a closed center hydraulic system,
the tractor's hydraulic flow control can be set so the
tractor's detent will function properly.
6-6 Rev. 7/95
MARKER ADJUSTMENT
To determine the correct length at which to set the
marker assemblies, multiply the number of rows by the
average row spacing in inches. This provides the total
planting width. Adjust the marker extension so the
distance from the marker blade to the center line of the
planter is equal to the total planting width previously
obtained. Both the planter and marker assembly should
be lowered to the ground when measurements are
being taken. The measurement should be taken from
the point where the blade contacts the ground. Adjust
right and left marker assemblies equally and securely
tighten clamping bolts. An example of marker length
adjustment follows:
Number Row Dimension Between
Of x Spacing = Planter Center Line
Rows (Inches) And Marker Blade.
8 Rows x 30" Spacing = 240" Marker Dimension
72359-61
The marker blade is installed so the concave side of the
blade is outward to throw dirt away from the grease
seals. The spindle bracket is slotted so the hub and
blade can be angled to throw more or less dirt. To adjust
the hub and spindle, loosen the hardware and move the
bracket as required. Tighten bolts to the specified
torque.
IMPORTANT: A marker blade assembly that is set
at a sharper angle than necessary will add
unnecessary stress to the complete marker
assembly and shorten the life of bearings and
blades. Set the blade angle only as needed to leave
a clear mark.
A field test is recommended to ensure the markers are
properly adjusted. After the field test is made, make any
minor adjustments as necessary.
A notched marker blade is available from KINZE®
Repair Parts for use in severe no till conditions.
Flow Control
Marker Raise
Flow Control
Marker Lower
Direction Of
TravelMACHINE OPERATION
ELECTRONIC SEED MONITOR SYSTEM
The electronic seed monitor system consists of a console,
which is mounted on the tractor; seed tubes with sensors,
one of which is installed in each planter row unit; and a
planter harness (harness, Y-connector and/or extension
cable where applicable), which connects the individual
seed tube sensors to the console.
The monitor system is powered by the tractor battery
(requires 12 volts DC). The console receives information
from each of the sensors and translates this information
for the operator, to let him know whether or not all rows
are planting.
Located on the bottom of the monitor console is the
sound alarm which is equipped with an adjustable
sound baffle.
KM1000 MONITOR
(PLTR1)
STEP 1 Turn the console ON by pressing the ON/
OFF switch.
Each time the console is powered up it
performs a sensor check and self-check. All
row indicator lamps are turned on, the alarm
sounds momentarily and then the console
enters the operate mode. If a row indicator
lamp does not come on when the console is
powered up, it indicates that a problem exists
with either the sensor, planter harness or a
burned out row indicator lamp. See
“Troubleshooting” in the Maintenance Section
of this manual.
STEP 2 Begin planting and observe the row
indicator lamps.
All indicator lamps should be flashing at
approximately the same rate. If one of the row
lamps is flashing at a slower rate than the
others it would indicate that row is planting at a
slower rate and it should be checked for proper
seed population. The monitor continuously
checks for seed flow while planting, as indicated
by the flashing row indicator lamps on the
console. If any planter unit seed sensor is not
detecting seeds, the alarm will sound
continuously and the row indicator lamp
corresponding to the planter row unit will stop
flashing. When this happens, stop planting and
check to see what is wrong with the row unit.
STEP 3 Lift the planter at the end of the row. When
the seed flow stops in all planter units, the
alarm will sound and all row indicator lamps
will stop flashing. After approximately 2-4
seconds the alarm will stop sounding.
The intensity of the row indicator lamps can be
controlled by pressing and holding the switch labeled
DIM. To set the intensity, press and hold the DIM switch
until the lamps are at the desired intensity and then
release the switch. Holding the DIM switch will cause
the intensity to decrease to its lowest level and then
increase to its maximum level. This cycle will continue
as long as the switch is depressed. When the console
is turned OFF and then ON the row lamp intensity will
return to maximum.
If you are only using a portion of the number of rows
on your planter, the alarm can be silenced by
disconnecting the seed sensors of the unused rows
(Disconnect Interplant
® rows at Y-connector.) and
turning the monitor OFF then back ON. The monitor will
then ignore these unused rows and monitor the other
rows normally.
When disabling planter rows, the monitor may look at
the system as a different planter setup. Example: If you
have an 8 row planter and you disable the right four
rows (for planting point rows, etc.) by unplugging the
seed sensors and turning the monitor OFF and back to
ON, the monitor will look at it as a 4 row planter and shift
the row indicator lamps to the center four positions.
Therefore, planter row 1 will be indicated on the monitor
as row 3, planter row 2 as row 4, etc. Row lamps 1, 2,
7 and 8 will be off.
If you disable the left four rows (planter rows 1, 2, 3 and
4) the monitor will operate normally as an 8 row system.
Row indicators 1, 2, 3 and 4 will be off.
6-7 Rev. 12/97MACHINE OPERATION
6-8 Rev. 1/97
10/96
KM1000 Bezel Decal Selection Chart
NO. BEZEL
ROWS DECAL ROW LAMPS
4 12 123456 789101112
6 6 123456
8 16 12345678 910111213141516
*8 16 12345678 910111213141516
10 12 123456 789101112
12 12 123456 789101112
*12 12 123456 789101112
16 16 12345678 910111213141516
*4 & 3
Solid
Interplant
® 16 12345678 910111213141516
*6 & 3
Skip Row
Interplant
® 16 12345678 910111213141516
*6 & 5
Solid
Interplant
® 16 12345678 910111213141516
*8 & 5
Skip Row
Interplant
® 16 12345678 910111213141516
*8 & 7
Solid
Interplant
® 16 12345678 910111213141516
Row lamp indicates planter row in use.
Row lamp not used.
* With Y-connector.
NOTE: Interplant
® diagrams assume that first Interplant
® row is connected to row 1 of harness and Interplant
®
harness is connected to R.H. half of Y-connector.MACHINE OPERATION
6-9 Rev. 9/98
KM3000 MONITOR
D-0841-0001(PLTR2)
Upper Display Pressure Sensitive Switches
Lower Display
The KM3000 console may be equipped with one of two
optional distance sensors, a radar sensor which is
mounted on the tractor or a pulse wheel (magnetic
distance sensor) which is installed on the planter drive.
The operator's controls on the front panel of the console
consist of nine pressure sensitive switches. Eight of the
nine switches are dual function switches, performing
one function during the OPERATE MODE and another
function during the SET UP MODE. All switch functions
are color coded to define between the OPERATE and
SET UP modes. The upper half of each dual function
switch is olive brown in color and contains the Operate
functions. The lower half of each dual function switch is
tan in color and contains the Set Up functions.
NOTE: The KM3000 is shipped from the factory
setup for use with American measures. To convert
the console to Metric measures, cut the wire loop
(red wire) adjacent to the signal cable on the back
of the console and tape the ends of the cut wire to
prevent the two ends making contact with each
other or the vehicle.
STEP 1 Turn console ON by pressing the ON-OFF
switch. Note that the upper display shows
random segments for a short time then
sequences through all entered SET UP
constants (SPEED, NUMBER OF ROWS and
ROW SPACING). If the constants are not
valid the alarm will sound for approximately
four seconds and the monitor will enter the
SET UP mode. See “Entering Constants”. If
all constants are valid (as previously entered)
the alarm will sound momentarily and the
monitor will enter the OPERATE mode.
NOTE: Monitor will not go from “SET UP” to
“OPERATE” unless the planter harness is
connected.
STEP 2 Select the desired OPERATE function to be
displayed by pressing the labeled switch.
In the ROW SELECT mode a specific row can be selected
and continuously monitored.
SEED SPACING displays the seed spacing of each planter
row in inches or centimeters.
SEED POP displays the seed population of each planter row
in thousands of seeds per acre or hectare.
In the SCAN mode the display will sequence through all
planter rows. The display message will be SEED POP or
SEED SPACING as previously selected. With SEED POP
selected, after the population for the highest planter row
number is displayed, the average population for the total
planter is shown. With SEED SPACING selected, after the
seed spacing for the highest planter row number is displayed,
the average seed spacing for the total planter is shown.
AREA/HR displays the predicted area in acres or hectares
that will be covered in the next hour if the same planting rate
is maintained. This prediction is based on the last 10 seconds
of operation.
AREA displays the actual area covered in acres or hectares
since the last reset. To reset area to .0, press and hold the
AREA switch for approximately 5 seconds.
SPEED displays current vehicle ground speed in MPH or
KmPH.
A row failure will be indicated by the FAILED ROW
number being displayed in the lower right hand corner of
the upper display, the corresponding segment in the
lower display will be blank, and the alarm will sound
continuously. Failures of more than one row will be
indicated by the FAILED ROW number in the upper
display sequencing through all failed rows, the
corresponding segments of all failed rows in the lower
display will be blank, and the alarm will sound continuously.
When you lift your planter at the end of a row or stop in the
field and seed flow stops in all planter units, the alarm will
sound for approximately four seconds and all row indicator
segments (lower display) will stop flashing. The upper
display will show the FAILED ROW message and will
sequence through all planter row numbers.
In the all row failure mode or immediately following
power up, the operate functions (population, seed
spacing and area) can be displayed by pressing the
touch switch labeled with the desired function. This
display condition will remain for one minute after the last
time a switch is pressed or until seeds are detected by
the seed sensors.MACHINE OPERATION
A ground speed failure will be indicated by the SPEED
FAILED message being displayed in the upper display.
To continue using the monitor system until a replacement
ground speed sensor is obtained, disconnect the ground
speed sensor cable, enter the SET UP mode and enter
your normal planting speed in MPH or KmPH in place
of the SPEED SET calibration number. IMPORTANT:
The accuracy of the POPULATION, SEED SPACING
and AREA readouts will depend on the vehicle ground
speed. If you do not drive at the speed entered in
SPEED SET memory these functions will not be
accurate. AREA will not accumulate in this mode.
IMPORTANT: Under normal use the monitor will
accumulate area whenever there is seed flow in at
least one seed sensor. In the all rows failed
condition, such as when turning around at the end
of the field, the area accumulation will stop.
The monitor can be used to count seeds in a
selected row by performing the following:
1. Place console in SET UP mode. (Before performing
Step 2 make sure you have recorded the SPEED
constant. See SPEED in “Entering Constants”.)
2. Set the SPEED constant to 0000. This can be done
by manually setting each digit to zero using the
DIGIT SELECT and DIGIT SET switches or by
pressing and holding the SPEED SET switch for
approximately 5 seconds.
3. Enter the OPERATE mode by pressing the
OPERATE switch.
4. Press and release the ROW SELECT switch until
the desired planter row number is displayed in the
lower right corner of the upper display. The monitor
will now show seed count for the selected row.
To reset the display to zero and continue to monitor the
same row unit, press the SCAN switch then the ROW
SELECT.
To select another row unit, press the ROW SELECT
switch until the desired planter row number is displayed.
Each time the ROW SELECT switch is pressed the row
number will be incremented one unit and the four digit
display will be reset to zero.
IMPORTANT: To return to normal operation, enter
the SET UP mode and re-enter the SPEED constant.
The lower visual display contains up to sixteen
segments with each one corresponding to a planter row
unit. When the monitor is turned on the console senses
the number of seed sensors connected to the planter
harness and activates a segment for each one. The
segment flashes dark each time a seed is detected by
the seed sensor. If up to 16 seed sensors are sensed
the display will show segments for all sensors all the
time. If more than 16 (17-32) seed sensors are sensed,
then the display is split and up to 16 sensors are shown
for the LEFT and RIGHT side of the planter.
EXAMPLE: If a 24 row planter is being used and the
display message LEFT is on, the segments are
showing seed flow for planter rows 1 through 12.
When the display message RIGHT is on, the
segments are showing seed flow for planter rows
13 through 24. When the RIGHT planter half is
shown, the segment numbers 1 through 12 will
represent planter rows 13 through 24 (segment 1 is
planter row 13, segment 2 is row 14, up to segment
12 which is row 24).
ENTERING CONSTANTS (KM3000 Only)
Upon initial power-up or whenever memory is lost the
following three constants must be entered before the
system will enter the “operate” mode. The following
examples are for an 8 row planter with 30" row spacing.
1. ROW SPACING - The distance between the rows
on your planter.
Press the “row spacing” switch. The upper display
will show “set up”, “row spacing” and “000.0”.
Press the “digit select” switch (a short alarm burst
will be heard each time the switch activates) until
the second “0” to the left of the decimal point is
flashing.
Press the “digit set” switch until a “3” is shown in this
location: 030.0.
NOTE: Holding the “digit set” switch will cause the
digit to increment from 0 through 9.
NOTE: If you have a solid row planter of 15", 18",
19", 30", 36" or 38" row spacing, program that
number in for row spacing. If you have a skip row
planter, determine row spacing by taking the total
distance between the two outside rows (in inches)
and divide by the number of planter rows minus 1.
6-10 Rev. 7/95MACHINE OPERATION
EXAMPLE: 8 row 30" planter with 13 row 15"
skip row Interplant
®
Step 1. Total distance between center of outside
row on left end of planter to center of outside row
on right end of planter = 210"
Step 2. 13 rows (number of total rows) minus 1 = 12
Step 3. 210" ÷ 12 = 17.5" average row spacing
Step 4. Program 17.5 (round to closest tenth )
2. NUMBER OF ROWS - The number of active rows
on your planter. (Example for 8 row planter)
Press the “number of rows” switch. The upper
display will show “set up”, “number of rows” and “00”.
Press the “digit select” switch until the right hand “0”
is flashing.
Press the “digit set” switch until an 8 is shown in this
location: 08.
3. SPEED - A number that is the result of the speed
calibration procedure. Used with either radar or
magnetic distance sensors.
The speed set calibration number matches the
console to the ground speed sensor when calibrated
over a specified measured distance. When the
calibration procedure is completed and the speed
set constant established, the value should be written
down and retained in the event battery voltage is
removed from the console and the information in
memory is lost. In this event, the constant may be
re-entered manually using the “digit select” and
“digit set” switches. The speed set calibration
procedure must be repeated and new speed set
number established if the radar or magnetic distance
sensor mounting is changed for any reason.
NOTE: When obtaining the following speed set
number, actual in-field conditions should be
simulated as close as possible.
A. Measure an accurate 400 foot (150 meter) in-
field course, preferably on level ground. Mark the
“start” and “finish” of the course so it will be plainly
visible from the cab as you drive past.
B. With the upper display showing messages “set
up” and “speed” and the four digit display showing
all zeros (to reset four digit display to zeros, press
and hold the “speed set” switch for approximately
5 seconds), drive up to the marked course at
normal planting speed.
C. When even with the “start” marker, press the
“distance start” switch. Four dashes will appear on
the console display.
D. Drive at a steady speed through the entire
course. When even with the “finish” marker, press
the “distance stop” switch.
E. The speed set number will be displayed. Record
this number for future reference.
SPEED SET NUMBER _______________________
IMPORTANT: This procedure may have to be
repeated after performing the Radar Vibration Test.
See Radar Vibration Test.
NOTE: The accuracy of the area computations,
population, seed spacing and vehicle ground speed
readout are dependent upon the accuracy of the
operator entered constants. Use care when determining
the constants which describe your planter.
RADAR VIBRATION TEST
(KM3000 With Radar Sensor Only)
To check for vibration, start vehicle engine and slowly
increase engine RPM (while watching the ground speed
readout) to approximately 1800 RPM. If the ground speed
readings are above zero, the radar sensor must be
mounted in an alternate, more stable location.
INTERPLANT® ROWS
The half of the Y-connector marked row 1 is used for the
main rows on the planter and the other half for Interplant
®
rows. When Interplant
® rows are not being used, switch
the console to the OFF position and disconnect the
Interplant
® rows at the Y-connector. Switch the console
back ON. It will be necessary to reprogram “row spacing”
and “number of rows” on the KM3000 console.
1. Press “SET UP” switch.
2. See ROW SPACING and NUMBER OF ROWS in
“Entering Constants”.
3. After entering constants press “OPERATE” switch
to return to operation mode.
To activate the Interplant
® rows, switch the console to
the OFF position and reconnect the Interplant
® rows at
the Y-connector. Switch the console ON. Reprogram
“row spacing” and “number of rows” on the KM3000
console.
6-11 Rev. 7/95MACHINE OPERATION
METRIC CONVERSION TABLE
Multiply By To Get
Inches (in.) x 2.54 = centimeters (cm)
Inches (in.) x 25.4 = millimeters (mm)
Feet (ft.) x 30.48 = centimeters (cm)
Acres x 0.405 = hectares (ha)
Miles per hour x 1.609 = kilometers per
(mph) hour (kmph)
Pounds (lbs.) x 0.453 = kilograms (kg)
Bushels (bu.) x 35.238 = liters (l)
Gallons (gal.) x 3.785 = liters (l)
Pounds per x 6.894 = kilopascals (kPa)
square inch (psi) (100 kPa = 1 bar)
Inch pounds x 0.113 = newtons-meters
(in. lbs.) (N•m)
Foot pounds x 1.356 = newtons-meters
(ft. lbs.) (N•m)
Centimeters (cm) x .394 = inches (in.)
Millimeters (mm) x .0394 = inches (in.)
Centimeters (cm) x .0328 = feet (ft.)
Hectares (ha) x 2.469 = acres
Kilometers per x 0.621 = miles per hour
hour (kmph) (mph)
Kilograms (kg) x 2.208 = pounds (lbs.)
Liters (l) x 0.028 = bushels (bu.)
Liters (l) x 0.264 = gallons (gal.)
Kilopascals (kPa) x 0.145 = pounds per
(100 kPa = 1 bar) square inch (psi)
Newtons-meters x 8.85 = inch pounds
(N•m) (in. lbs.)
Newtons-meters x 0.738 = foot pounds
(N•m) (ft. lbs.)
PLANTING SPEED
Planters are designed to operate within a speed range of
2 to 8 MPH. See “Planting And Application Rate Charts”.
Variations in ground speed will produce variations in
rates. Finger pickup seed meter populations will tend to
be disproportionately higher at high ground speeds.
NOTE: Due to a multitude of variables, seed spacing
can be adversely affected at speeds above 5.5 MPH.
FIELD TEST
With any change of field and/or planting conditions,
seed size or planter adjustment, we recommend a field
test be made to ensure proper seed placement and
operation of row units. See “Rate Charts”, “Checking
Seed Population”, and “Checking Granular Chemical
Application Rate” at end of this sec
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