Programming/connecting seed tubes -4, Kpm i monitor operation – Kinze 3200 Wing-Fold Planter Rev. 7/14 User Manual

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Model 3200




KPM I Monitor Operation

STEP 5 Plug each seed tube w/sensor into the harness in a

predetermined order. Row 1 first, row 2 second and

so on up to 18 rows. When a sensor is plugged in,

the corresponding row number on the LCD display

will stay solid, the monitor will chirp twice and the

LED (Light Emitting Diode) on the seed tube sensor

will turn on for approximately 30 seconds to show

connection is made. NOTE: Unless there is a faulty

sensor, the installer should just have to connect the

sensors in the proper order without checking the

monitor is acknowledging each sensor.


STEP 4 Press and hold the OK key to confirm selection

and continue holding until row numbers display.

During confirmation, the display alternates between

“NEW” and “SYS” to alert the user that the previous

configuration will be lost. With rear/front mode

selected, the monitor automatically starts with the

rear section. The REAR icon shows solid and the

FRONT icon starts to flash. With the left/right mode

selected, the monitor automatically starts with the left

section. The LEFT icon shows solid and the RIGHT

icon starts to flash.






STEP 1 All seed tubes w/sensors must be disconnected from

the harness and monitor must be off.


Press ON key. The monitor automatically enters the

setup procedure. If the monitor was accidentally

powered on with no sensors attached, the user can

turn the monitor off at this point and the previous

configuration is not lost.

STEP 3 Press SELECT key. Each time you press the SELECT

key the mode toggles between rear/front and left/

right. The selected display will be solid and the

configuration not currently selected will be flashing.

By default the monitor starts in rear/front mode.

NOTE: Model 3000 planters use rear configuration only.

When Interplant Package rows are in use, select rear/front

configurations. When all rows can be viewed on a single

display (rear), pressing the select key has no function.