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post #2121 of 4129 (permalink) Old 06-04-2018, 05:59 AM
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The problem is not solved!
I tried to replace the Arduino sketch from the folder "AOG_Rate" -when a check - an error!

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Compiles ok, what kind of error? i can't test it because mine uses the pinouts for ethernet board and runs AgraBot

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Picked up this tidbit from the ROS Agriculture video meeting last Tuesday night. Some guys are shielding their Ag Robots' IMUs with this https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ultraperm-8...gAAOSw0W1Zj8Vb. The guys at that meeting were quite unhappy with the 9250 as an IMU but they did have some success using that Ultraperm 80 MuMetal 3M shielding metal listed above. Apparently it works best at that 0.01in thickness. Just thought that would be handy for us to know even though apparent need for an IMU for use with AOG seems to be less necessary.
I really would like to have backwards detection in the long run. So an IMU might be useful....
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The problem is not solved!
I tried to replace the Arduino sketch from the folder "AOG_Rate" -when a check - an error!
Try the section control code, it should work without switches too. It worked fine with my 5 sections sprayer
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the problem solved by flashing

can explain in detail the parameter - "min unaplied" and "tool Offset"
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Min unapplied - the section control uses the black pixels from unapplied areas to decide whether or not to turn on. Each pixel represents a square 10cm x 10cm. The min unapplied sets how many of those squares it takes before the section turns on. If there was a small miss etc and an air seeder, you don't want it coming on for every little miss - whereas with a sprayer you would so set it low.



Tool offset - how far off of center the tool is ie the hitch isn't in the center. Negative to the left, positive to the right. This ensures the guidance lines are also moved over that amount also.
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Min unapplied - the section control uses the black pixels from unapplied areas to decide whether or not to turn on. Each pixel represents a square 10cm x 10cm. The min unapplied sets how many of those squares it takes before the section turns on. If there was a small miss etc and an air seeder, you don't want it coming on for every little miss - whereas with a sprayer you would so set it low.

How are squares of 10x10 cm considered to be in line or in area?

Tool offset - how far off of center the tool is ie the hitch isn't in the center. Negative to the left, positive to the right. This ensures the guidance lines are also moved over that amount also.
this can also be corrected by the "antenna offset" !?
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this can also be corrected by the "antenna offset" !?

The antenna offset is in relation to the vehicle - best to mount and or move the antenna so its in the dead center of going both directions. The tool offset is the offset of the tool. Antenna offset won't compensate guidance for the proper placement of the tool.


Squares are considered if the are within the lookahead distance ahead of the boom. If they are black, and enough, it turns the section on
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in the program, the parameter "Min Unadjusted" indicates which minimum closed areas need to be processed ...
A parameter of overlapping section of the sprayer in parallel motion (when there is no closed area of the field) where it is adjusted - when you are in parallel with the processed strip and partially overlapped by the section treated strip?
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Frustrating day in the Agopengps deployment journey! My M8T appearing not to function with cheap patch antenna, then computer suddenly switched to a black type theme all on it own while I was playing with settings in ubox centre. Looking like full reinstall needed...grrr

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