Without a low flow setting the tips on your sprayer may shut off when flow drops below
a certain rate (such as a drop in vehicle speed when traveling through a rough spot in
the field). The low flow value you enter is the flow rate above which the terminal will continue to
spray (apply product) and not close the regulating valve completely and will maintain a minimum flow independent of speed and number of sections closed.
To determine the low flow Setting value for your implement:
1. Identify the flow rate at which the spray tips begin to shut off.
a. Put the system in Manual mode. Press the Product Details button on the map screen to display the Product Rate panel, then press the Rate Bump arrows (press the Up arrow to increase the rate or press the Down arrow to decrease the rate) to drop the rate until the tips shut off.
b. Identify what the flow value is on the Rate and Section Diagnostics screen Press Menu > Diagnostics > Rate Section Diagnostics and observe the value in the Flow field.
2. Enter a low flow Setting value that is slightly higher than the value from the previous step.
Press Menu > Implement Profiles > Current Implement > Rate Control Settings > Parameters > low flow Setting, enter a value in the Low Flow Setting window (shown at right), then press