Kuhn VT 50 terminal and ISOBUS cabling help

jessejgm

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Good Morning. I have a Focus 2 monitor from Kverneland and I need help. I need the connection pinouts or wiring diagram for the cable that goes to the monitor. I'm not getting it started. I'm not getting it started. I own it in a Kuhn VB2160 baler. Connector A and Isobus connector.
 

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Good Morning. I have a Focus 2 monitor from Kverneland and I need help. I need the connection pinouts or wiring diagram for the cable that goes to the monitor. I'm not getting it started. I'm not getting it started. I own it in a Kuhn VB2160 baler. Connector A and Isobus connector.
The display connector pins appear on the terminal manual. Do you need something more?

1 radar speed signal, 2 wheel speed signal, 3 on switch signal, 4 CAN HI, 5 Ground, 6 CAN LO, 7 switched +12V.
 

Richard Smyth

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Arable Farmer
The second picture is not an isobus 11783 cable pinout. It is an iso 11786 diagram. This plugs into the 7 pin plug in the cab of newer tractors not the 9 pin isobus 11783 socket in the cabs.

normally when I see these plugs the control box will have a seperate power supply.

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Looks like it can supply power to box. Would need to ensure these pins are populated in the tractor.
 

cosmagedon

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Why can't I tag Pheasant Suprise anymore? I haven't seen him on here in a long time ☹

Made a cable up yesterday to run a VT50 in a T7 cab, got fed up of constantly pressing the wrong buttons on the intelliview screen 🙄 I find the blister buttons on the VT50 a bit easier to use without having to constantly watch the screen and what buttons my fat fingers are hitting 😂
 

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Phil P

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Why can't I tag Pheasant Suprise anymore? I haven't seen him on here in a long time ☹

Made a cable up yesterday to run a VT50 in a T7 cab, got fed up of constantly pressing the wrong buttons on the intelliview screen 🙄 I find the blister buttons on the VT50 a bit easier to use without having to constantly watch the screen and what buttons my fat fingers are hitting 😂
He’s not been on since may last year and I was wondering myself the other day if he was ok! It’s not good when people just disappear in the current climate☹. Hopefully he’s just taking a break from the forum and everything is ok.

@Pheasant Suprise
 
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Rejuvenating swards: Which option is best?

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Written by Brian McDonnell

Maintaining grass quality during mid-season grazing is important. Farmers can maintain quality by entering ideal grazing covers of 1,300 – 1,500kg DM/ha, and grazing down to a residual of 4cm every rotation.

If you are now in a situation where cows are not cleaning out paddocks as well as they should be, leading to the development of steamy grass within the sward, here are some options.

Common options for rejuvenating swards include:

  1. Take a silage cut, probably into bales, remove the material and start again with the aftermath...
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