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Once the system is placed in automatic mode, blade movement may occur.Ensure that all personnel are clear of the blade before you place the system in automatic mode.Personal injury or death from crushing could occur.
Press the "Auto/Manual" Switch.
If necessary, correct any safety conditions or start-up errors.
Press the "Auto/Manual" Switch.Indicate
When the Display receives no information about the state of the automatic controls, the automatic controls change to the Indicate state. When this occurs, check the valve control module.Optimizing Automatic Controls
AccuGrade System has two options to optimize the automatic controls for your work site:
The valve speed
the vertical offset incrementValve Speed
Use the Valve Speed dialog to change the speed of the valves that automatically control the blade. The correct valve speeds depend on the type of material that the machine is moving. You can also set the valve speeds to suit the current working conditions. For example, constructing the base grades or the finished grades.If the valve speeds are set too high, the system reacts too quickly. This can cause the system to become unstable and the blade to overshoot and then return to grade. If the valve speeds are set too low, the system will react too slowly, and the blade will take too long to return to an on-grade position. Both situations will cause inaccuracies in the final surface.Vertical Offset Increment
Note: The "Vertical offset increment" dialog is a site selectable feature. Consult your site champion in order to turn this feature ON.If this feature is turned ON, the "Vertical Offset Increment" dialog is used in order to set the amount each press of the vertical offset switch increases or decreases the vertical offset. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Vertical Offset - Set" in order to modify the offset increment value.Using Automatic Controls
Before you can use automatic controls, make sure that you complete the following actions:
Configure the automatic controls.
Complete the start-up checks.
Pass the safety checks.
Press the "Auto/Manual" Switch.A typical sequence of actions to prepare the AccuGrade System for a job that uses automatic controls is outlined in the following steps:
Create a working surface for vertical guidance using one of the methods in the Vertical Guidance Section.
Select an alignment for horizontal guidance using one of the methods in the Horizontal Guidance Section.
Start to move smoothly along the pass. Press the "Auto/Manual" switch in order to activate the automatic controls.
If the material surface you are working in is too hard, the blade may not penetrate the material. Part of the machine may be lifted off of the surface.
At the end of the pass, press the "Auto/Manual" Switch in order to deactivate the automatic controls, and then lift the blade.
Repeat Step 3 through Step 4 until the vertical offset is reduced to 0 (zero) and the blade is on the working surface.Note: If the blade is too full, use the vertical offset increment switch to reduce the amount of material being moved on the pass. You can do this at any stage.Guidance
Any of the four auto states provide guidance information on the

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