Then you don’t have to feel dumb for missing a part of the field.I’ve become a lot more dependant on good mapping than I’d like to admit, at one time I memorized a couple of hundred missed wet spots.
It’s nice to be able to count on a dumb machine to keep track of dumb stuff.
If all else fails try youtube, there are tons of videos out there on how to set stuff up on those screens, **** I just learned recently you can re-name the run screen tabs from Run 1, Run 2, etc to whatever you want. Watching videos and just going into the tool box and looking at all the different stuff avaliable to monitor is what I normally do, there are only about 1000 different functions you can monitor. I'm not sure how the sprayer monitors are set up 100% but I'm pretty sure you can change a few of the boxes on the very left hand column (in tractors it is usually engine power, slip, speed, fuel rate, and fuel volume).Yeah thanks. Was going to try a distance calibration and see if that helped. Didn’t know about the tire radius one but will try that as well. Dealer is good to deal with just wasn’t much help in this situation. Measurements and swath widths seem to be good. There is a run screen that has the big map but I like having my map and all my sprayer settings (tank volume, rate, etc) on one screen. Just not sure how to set up that all on one screen with a larger map. Everything on farm is Deere gps except sprayer and find Deere screens very user friendly and simple. I’m just not used to pro 700’s to get them all set up properly. Maybe someone else is. Still love the sprayer itself. Has it’s odd flaws compared to my old 4730 but they are minor.
ok lets say your spraying a small field or part of a small field that you have to drive by hand the map is so small you hardly know where your going. I like the pro 700 otherwise. what I had in mind is leave everything on the pro 700 but install another display just for mapping like a trimble or anything that can run of the same recever.