Configuration des paramètres de télémétrie

Les points finaux peuvent échanger des données de télémétrie avec d’autres points finaux si les deux points finaux d’un itinéraire peuvent traiter ces données.
Les paramètres de télémétrie de l’agrirouter sont regroupés en onze catégories sélectionnables :
Les coordonnées géographiques GPS (coordonnées nord et est) qui ont servi de base à la mesure ou à l'enregistrement des données de télémétrie.
Données relatives aux informations géographiques et de direction.

505
Tramline Control Level
This DDI defines the Tramline Control capability of the Implement.

506
Setpoint Tramline Control Level
This DDI defines the Tramline Control capability of the Task Controller that is used with the appropriate Implement.

507
Tramline Sequence Number
This DDI defines a group of DDIs which belong together.

508
Unique A-B Guidance Reference Line ID
This DDI defines a unique ID to identify which Guidance Reference Line is the base for the Tramline calculation.

509
Actual Track Number
This DDI defines a unique number of the Guidance Track the Implement is currently located on.

510
Track Number to the right
This DDI defines a unique number of the Guidance Track to right hand side in direction of Implement orientation.

511
Track Number to the left
This DDI defines a unique number of the Guidance Track to left hand side in direction of Implement orientation.

512
Guidance Line Swath Width
The Swath Width is the Distance between two adjacent Guidance Lines in a Guidance Pattern.

513
Guidance Line Deviation
Deviation of the Device-Reference-Point (DRP) to the actual guidance line, in driving direction.

514
GNSS Quality
GNSS Quality Identifier to inform the implement about the used Position Status.

515
Tramline Control State
Specifies the actual state of Tramline Control.

516
Tramline Overdosing Rate
Overdosing Rate for the rows adjacent to the Tramline Track.

517
Setpoint Tramline Condensed Work State 1-16
The Setpoint Tramline Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Actual Tramline Condensed Work States DDIs. The value is a combination of the Setpoint Tramline Valve Work States of individual Tramline Valves number 1 to 16 into a single Setpoint Tramline Condensed Work State of their parent DeviceElement. The Setpoint Tramline Condensed Work State contains the child element Setpoint Tramline Work States, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element Setpoint Tramline Work State are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements Setpoint Work State is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disable/off, 01 = enable/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = no change. In total 16 child device element Setpoint Tramline Work States can be contained in one Setpoint Tramline Condensed Work State of their parent DeviceElement. If less than 16 child device element Setpoint Tramline Work States are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (no change).

518
Actual Tramline Condensed Work State 1-16
Combination of the Actual States of individual Tramline Valves number 1 to 16 into a single Actual Tramline State of their parent DeviceElement. The Actual Tramline Condensed Work State contains the child element Actual Tramline Work States, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element Actual Tramline Work State are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements Actual Tramline Work State is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element Actual Tramline Work States can be contained in one Actual Tramline Condensed Work State of their parent DeviceElement. If less than 16 child device element Actual Tramline Work States are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed).

521
GNSS Installation Type
The GNSS Installation Type DDE is used by the device to provide additional information about the type and location of the GPS receiver with reference to the overall system.

Compteurs de commande et de durée de vie ou valeurs moyennes (ces compteurs ne sont pas pertinents pour l'application et/ou le rendement).

116
Total Area
Accumulated Area

117
Effective Total Distance
Accumulated Distance in working position

118
Ineffective Total Distance
Accumulated Distance out of working position

119
Effective Total Time
Accumulated Time in working position

120
Ineffective Total Time
Accumulated Time out of working position

214
Lifetime Bale Count
The number of bales produced by a machine over its entire lifetime. This DDE value can not be set through the process data interface but can be requested and added to a datalog. This DDE value is not affected by a task based total bales but will increment at the same rate as the task based total.

215
Lifetime Working Hours
The number of working hours of a device element over its entire lifetime. This DDE value can not be set through the process data interface but can be requested and added to a datalog.

236
Thresher Engagement Total Time
Accumulated time while the threshing mechanism is engaged.

265
Remaining Area
Remaining Area of a field, which is calculated from the total area and the processed area.

271
Lifetime Total Area
Entire Total Area of the device lifetime.

272
Lifetime Effective Total Distance
Entire Total Distance of the device lifetime.

273
Lifetime Ineffective Total Distance
Entire Ineffective Total Distance of the device lifetime.

274
Lifetime Effective Total Time
Entire Effective Total Time of the device lifetime.

275
Lifetime Ineffective Total Time
Entire Ineffective Total Time of the device lifetime.

282
Lifetime Threshing Engagement Total Time
Entire Threshing Engagement Total Time of the device lifetime.

283
Precut Total Count
The total number of pre-cutted product units produced by a device during an operation.

284
Uncut Total Count
The total number of un-cutted product units produced by a device during an operation.

285
Lifetime Precut Total Count
Entire Precut Total Count of the device lifetime.

286
Lifetime Uncut Total Count
Entire Uncut Total Count of the device lifetime.

324
Chopper Engagement Total Time
Accumulated time while the chopping mechanism is engaged.

335
Front PTO hours
The hours the Front PTO of the machine was running for the current Task.

336
Rear PTO hours
The hours the Rear PTO of the machine was running for the current Task.

337
Lifetime Front PTO hours
The hours the Front PTO of the machine was running for the lifetime of the machine.

338
Lifetime Rear PTO Hours
The hours the Rear PTO of the machine was running for the lifetime of the machine.

339
Effective Total Loading Time
The total time needed in the current task to load a product such as crop.

340
Effective Total Unloading Time
The total time needed in the current task to unload a product crop.

362
Total Bale Length
Gives the total baled meters during a task. This is calculated as the sum of the lengths of all knotted bales (square baler).

428
Loaded Total Mass
Accumulated Loads specified as mass, not corrected for the reference moisture percentage DDI 184.

429
Unloaded Total Mass
Accumulated Unloads specified as mass, not corrected for the reference moisture percentage DDI 184.

430
Lifetime Loaded Total Mass
Entire Yield Total Mass of the device lifetime.

431
Lifetime Unloaded Total Mass
Entire Unloaded Total Mass of the device lifetime.

452
Loaded Total Volume
Accumulated Loaded Volume specified as volume.

453
Unloaded Total Volume
Accumulated Unloaded Volume specified as volume.

454
Lifetime loaded Total Volume
Entire loaded Volume of the device lifetime.

455
Lifetime Unloaded Total Volume
Entire unloaded Volume of the device lifetime.

458
Loaded Total Count
Accumulated Loads specified as count.

459
Unloaded Total Count
Accumulated Unloaded specified as count.

460
Lifetime Loaded Total Count
Entire Loaded Total Count of the device lifetime.

461
Lifetime Unloaded Total Count
Entire Unloaded Total Count of the device lifetime.

492
Total Engine Hours
The total time the engine was running when the task was active.

493
Lifetime Engine Hours
The total time, when the engine was running over the whole lifetime of the machine.

522
Twine Bale Total Count
The total number of twine bound product units for which Twine binding method was used during operation.

523
Mesh Bale Total Count
The total number of mesh product units for which Net binding method was used during operation.

524
Lifetime Twine Bale Total Count
Entire total number of twine bound product units for which Twine binding method was used during operation, of a device lifetime.

525
Lifetime Mesh Bale Total Count
Entire total number of mesh product units for which Net binding method was used during operation, of a device lifetime

Données relatives à la consommation de carburant et de solution d'urée (FED) (consommation totale d'énergie).

148
Total Fuel Consumption
Accumulated Fuel Consumption as Counter

149
Instantaneous Fuel Consumption per Time
Fuel Consumption per time

150
Instantaneous Fuel Consumption per Area
Fuel Consumption per area

276
Lifetime Fuel Consumption
Entire Fuel Consumption of the device lifetime.

277
Lifetime Average Fuel Consumption per Time
Entire Average Fuel Consumption per Time of the device lifetime.

278
Lifetime Average Fuel Consumption per Area
Entire Average Fuel Consumption per Area of the device lifetime.

316
Effective Total Fuel Consumption
Accumulated total fuel Consumption in working position.

317
Ineffective Total Fuel Consumption
Accumulated total fuel Consumption in non working position.

318
Effective Total Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption
Accumulated total Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption in working position.

319
Ineffective Total Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption
Accumulated total Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption in non working position.

394
Actual Fuel Tank Content
The actual content of the fuel tank

395
Actual Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tank Content
The actualcontent of the diesel exhaust fluid tank

409
Total Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption
Accumulated Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption as a Task Total.

410
Instantaneous Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption per Time
Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption per time

411
Instantaneous Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption per Area
Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption per area

412
Lifetime Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption
Accumulated Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption over the entire lifetime of the device.

413
Lifetime Average Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption per Time
Average Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption per Time over the entire lifetime of the device.

414
Lifetime Average Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption per Area
Average Diesel Exhaust Fluid Consumption per Area over the entire lifetime of the device.

488
Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tank Percentage Level
The actual level of the Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tank in percent.

491
Fuel Percentage Level
The actual level of the machine fuel tank in percent.

Données relatives aux propriétés de la machine (sans rapport avec le processus).

54
Minimum Tillage Depth
Minimum Tillage Depth of Device Element below soil surface, value increases with depth. In case of a negative value the system will indicate the distance above the ground.

55
Maximum Tillage Depth
Maximum Tillage Depth of Device Element below soil surface, value increases with depth. In case of a negative value the system will indicate the distance above the ground.

59
Minimum Seeding Depth
Minimum Seeding Depth of Device Element below soil surface, value increases with depth

60
Maximum Seeding Depth
Maximum Seeding Depth of Device Element below soil surface, value increases with depth

64
Minimum Working Height
Minimum Working Height of Device Element above crop or soil

65
Maximum Working Height
Maximum Working Height of Device Element above crop or soil

69
Minimum Working Width
Minimum Working Width of Device Element

70
Maximum Working Width
Maximum Working Width of Device Element

73
Maximum Volume Content
Maximum Device Element Content specified as volume

76
Maximum Mass Content
Maximum Device Element Content specified as mass

79
Maximum Count Content
Maximum Device Element Content specified as count

104
Minimum Bale Width
Minimum Bale Width for square baler or round baler

105
Maximum Bale Width
Maximum Bale Width for square baler or round baler

109
Minimum Bale Height
Minimum Bale Height is only applicable to square baler

110
Maximum Bale Height
Maximum Bale Height is only applicable to square baler

114
Minimum Bale Size
Minimum Bale Size as length for a square baler or diameter for a round baler

115
Maximum Bale Size
Maximum Bale Size as length for a square baler or diameter for a round baler

124
Auxiliary Valve Scaling Extend
Factor to apply to AuxValveCommand PortFlowCommand. The scaling of the port flow relates to flow, not to spool position, although the position of the spool is of course indirectly affected.

125
Auxiliary Valve Scaling Retract
Factor to apply to AuxValveCommand PortFlowCommand. The scaling of the port flow relates to flow, not to spool position, although the position of the spool is of course indirectly affected.

126
Auxiliary Valve Ramp Extend Up
The valve will apply a ramp to the Auxiliary ValveCommand PortFlowCommand, to limit the acceleration or deceleration of flow. The valve must apply the ramp to create a liniear increase/decrease of flow over time.

127
Auxiliary Valve Ramp Extend Down
The valve will apply a ramp to the Auxiliary ValveCommand PortFlowCommand, to limit the acceleration or deceleration of flow. The valve must apply the ramp to create a liniear increase/decrease of flow over time.

128
Auxiliary Valve Ramp Retract Up
The valve will apply a ramp to theAuxiliary ValveCommand PortFlowCommand, to limit the acceleration or deceleration of flow. The valve must apply the ramp to create a liniear increase/decrease of flow over time.

129
Auxiliary Valve Ramp Retract Down
The valve will apply a ramp to the Auxiliary ValveCommand PortFlowCommand, to limit the acceleration or deceleration of flow. The valve must apply the ramp to create a liniear increase/decrease of flow over time.

130
Auxiliary Valve Float Threshold
Safety function. Current output of valve must be above threshold before float command is allowed.

131
Auxiliary Valve Progressivity Extend
Define non-linear releationship between command and flow by 2nd degree polynomium. (I will get polynomium)

132
Auxiliary Valve Progressivity Retract
Define non-linear releationship between command and flow by 2nd degree polynomium. (I will get polynomium)

133
Auxiliary Valve Invert Ports
Tell valve to swap extend and retract ports, easier than redoing plumbing on valve

137
Device Volume Capacity
DeviceElement Volume Capacity, dimension of a DeviceElement

138
Device Mass Capacity
DeviceElement Mass Capacity, dimension of a DeviceElement

139
Device Count Capacity
DeviceElement Count Capacity, dimension of a DeviceElement

142
Physical Setpoint Time Latency
The Setpoint Value Latency Time is the time lapse between the moment of receival of a setpoint value command by the working set and the moment this setpoint value is physically applied on the device. That means if the setpoint value is communicated on the network (CAN bus) but the system needs 2 seconds to adjust the value physically on the desired unit (device element) then the Setpoint Latency Time is 2 seconds.

143
Physical Actual Value Time Latency
The Actual Value Latency Time is the time lapse between the moment this actual value is communicated to the Task Controller, and the moment that this actual value is physically applied on the device. That means if the system needs 2 seconds to calculate or measure a value before communicating it on the network, then the Actual Latency Time value is minus 2 seconds.

195
Minimum Product Pressure
Minimun Product Pressure in the product flow system at the point of dispensing.

196
Maximum Product Pressure
Maximum Product Pressure in the product flow system at the point of dispensing.

199
Minimum Pump Output Pressure
Minimum Pump Output Pressure for the output pressure of the solution pump.

200
Maximum Pump Output Pressure
Maximum Pump Output Pressure for the output pressure of the solution pump.

203
Minimum Tank Agitation Pressure
Minimun Tank Agitation Pressure for a stir system in a tank.

204
Maximum Tank Agitation Pressure
Maximun Tank Agitation Pressure for a stir system in a tank.

205
SC Turn On Time
The Section Control Turn On Time defines the overall time lapse between the moment the TC sends a turn on section command to the working set and the moment this section is physically turned on and the product is applied.

206
SC Turn Off Time
The Section Control Turn Off Time defines the overall time lapse between the moment the TC sends a turn off section command to the working set and the moment this section is physically turned off.

227
Minimum Working Length
Minimum Working Length of Device Element.

228
Maximum Working Length
Maximum Working Length of Device Element.

234
Minimum Gross Weight
Minimum Gross Weight specified as mass.

235
Maximum Gross Weight
Maximum Gross Weight specified as mass.

244
Minimum Sieve Clearance
Minimal separation distance between Sieve elements

245
Maximum Sieve Clearance
Maximum separation distance between Sieve elements.

248
Minimum Chaffer Clearance
Minimum separation distance between Chaffer elements.

249
Maximum Chaffer Clearance
Maximum separation distance between Chaffer elements.

252
Minimum Concave Clearance
Minimum separation distance between Concave elements.

253
Maximum Concave Clearance
Maximum separation distance between Concave elements.

256
Minimum Separation Fan Rotational Speed
Minimum rotational speed of the fan used for separating product material from non product material.

257
Maximum Separation Fan Rotational Speed
Maximum rotational speed of the fan used for separating product material from non product material.

258
Hydraulic Oil Temperature
Temperature of fluid in the hydraulic system.

309
Minimum Percentage Application Rate
Minimum Application Rate expressed as percentage

310
Maximum Percentage Application Rate
Maximum Application Rate expressed as percentage

328
Minimum Header Speed
The minimum rotational speed of the header attachment of a chopper, mower or combine

329
Maximum Header Speed
The maximum rotational speed of the header attachment of a chopper, mower or combine

332
Minimum Cutting drum speed
The minimum speed of the cutting drum of a chopper

333
Maximum Cutting drum speed
The maximum speed of the cutting drum of a chopper

343
Minimum Grain Kernel Cracker Gap
The minimum gap (distance) of the grain kernel cracker drums in a chopper

344
Maximum Grain Kernel Cracker Gap
The maximum gap (distance) of the grain kernel cracker drums in a chopper

347
Minimum Swathing Width
This is the minimum swath width the raker can create.

348
Maximum Swathing Width
This is the maximum with of the swath the raker can create.

392
Minimum Revolutions Per Time
Minimum Revolutions specified as count per time

393
Maximum Revolutions Per Time
Maximum Revolutions specified as count per time

473
Minimum length of cut
Minimum length of cut for harvested material, e.g. Forage Harvester or Tree Harvester.

474
Maximum Length of Cut
Maximum length of cut for harvested material, e.g. Forage Harvester or Tree Harvester.

476
Minimum Bale Hydraulic Pressure
The minimum value of the hydraulic pressure applied to the sides of the bale in the bale compression chamber.

477
Maximum Bale Hydraulic Pressure
The maximum value of the hydraulic pressure applied to the sides of the bale in the bale compression chamber.

479
Minimum Flake Size
Minimum size of the flake that can be produced by the chamber.

480
Maximum Flake Size
Maximum size of the flake that can be produced by the chamber.

485
Minimum Engine Speed
The minimum of the rotational speed of the engine.

486
Maximum Engine Speed
The maximum of the rotational speed of the engine.

489
Maximum Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tank Content
This value describes the maximum ammount of Diesel Exhaust fluid, that can be filled into the tank of the machine

490
Maximum Fuel Tank Content
This value describes the maximum ammount of fuel that can be filled into the machines Fuel tank.

503
Minimum Engine Torque
The minimum value of the engine torque

504
Maximum Engine Torque
The maximum value of the engine torque

526
Actual Cooling Fluid Temperature
The actual temperature of the cooling fluid for the machine.

Données sur l'application dans les champs (par ex. engrais, semences, produits phytosanitaires, matière sèche, etc.)

1
Setpoint Volume Per Area Application Rate
Setpoint Application Rate specified as volume per area

2
Actual Volume Per Area Application Rate
Actual Application Rate specified as volume per area

3
Default Volume Per Area Application Rate
Default Application Rate specified as volume per area

4
Minimum Volume Per Area Application Rate
Minimum Application Rate specified as volume per area

5
Maximum Volume Per Area Application Rate
Maximum Application Rate specified as volume per area

6
Setpoint Mass Per Area Application Rate
Setpoint Application Rate specified as mass per area

7
Actual Mass Per Area Application Rate
Actual Application Rate specified as mass per area

8
Default Mass Per Area Application Rate
Default Application Rate specified as mass per area

9
Minimum Mass Per Area Application Rate
Minimum Application Rate specified as mass per area

10
Maximum Mass Per Area Application Rate
Maximum Application Rate specified as mass per area

11
Setpoint Count Per Area Application Rate
Setpoint Application Rate specified as count per area

12
Actual Count Per Area Application Rate
Actual Application Rate specified as count per area

13
Default Count Per Area Application Rate
Default Application Rate specified as count per area

14
Minimum Count Per Area Application Rate
Minimum Application Rate specified as count per area

15
Maximum Count Per Area Application Rate
Maximum Application Rate specified as count per area

16
Setpoint Spacing Application Rate
Setpoint Application Rate specified as distance: e.g. seed spacing of a precision seeder

17
Actual Spacing Application Rate
Actual Application Rate specified as distance: e.g. seed spacing of a precision seeder

18
Default Spacing Application Rate
Default Application Rate specified as distance: e.g. seed spacing of a precision seeder

19
Minimum Spacing Application Rate
Minimum Application Rate specified as distance: e.g. seed spacing of a precision seeder

20
Maximum Spacing Application Rate
Maximum Application Rate specified as distance: e.g. seed spacing of a precision seeder

21
Setpoint Volume Per Volume Application Rate
Setpoint Application Rate specified as volume per volume

22
Actual Volume Per Volume Application Rate
Actual Application Rate specified as volume per volume

23
Default Volume Per Volume Application Rate
Default Application Rate specified as volume per volume

24
Minimum Volume Per Volume Application Rate
Minimum Application Rate specified as volume per volume

25
Maximum Volume Per Volume Application Rate
Maximum Application Rate specified as volume per volume

26
Setpoint Mass Per Mass Application Rate
Setpoint Application Rate specified as mass per mass

27
Actual Mass Per Mass Application Rate
Actual Application Rate specified as mass per mass

28
Default Mass Per Mass Application Rate
Default Application Rate specified as mass per mass

29
Minimum Mass Per Mass Application Rate
Minimum Application Rate specified as mass per mass

30
MaximumMass Per Mass Application Rate
Maximum Application Rate specified as mass per mass

31
Setpoint Volume Per Mass Application Rate
Setpoint Application Rate specified as volume per mass

32
Actual Volume Per Mass Application Rate
Actual Application Rate specified as volume per mass

33
Default Volume Per Mass Application Rate
Default Application Rate specified as volume per mass

34
Minimum Volume Per Mass Application Rate
Minimum Application Rate specified as volume per mass

35
Maximum Volume Per Mass Application Rate
Maximum Application Rate specified as volume per mass

36
Setpoint Volume Per Time Application Rate
Setpoint Application Rate specified as volume per time

37
Actual Volume Per Time Application Rate
Actual Application Rate specified as volume per time

38
Default Volume Per Time Application Rate
Default Application Rate specified as volume per time

39
Minimum Volume Per Time Application Rate
Minimum Application Rate specified as volume per time

40
Maximum Volume Per Time Application Rate
Maximum Application Rate specified as volume per time

41
Setpoint Mass Per Time Application Rate
Setpoint Application Rate specified as mass per time

42
Actual Mass Per Time Application Rate
Actual Application Rate specified as mass per time

43
Default Mass Per Time Application Rate
Default Application Rate specified as mass per time

44
Minimum Mass Per Time Application Rate
Minimum Application Rate specified as mass per time

45
Maximum Mass Per Time Application Rate
Maximum Application Rate specified as mass per time

46
Setpoint Count Per Time Application Rate
Setpoint Application Rate specified as count per time

47
Actual Count Per Time Application Rate
Actual Application Rate specified as count per time

48
Default Count Per Time Application Rate
Default Application Rate specified as count per time

49
Minimum Count Per Time Application Rate
Minimum Application Rate specified as count per time

50
Maximum Count Per Time Application Rate
Maximum Application Rate specified as count per time

80
Application Total Volume in [L]
Accumulated Application specified as volume in liter [L]

81
Application Total Mass in [kg]
Accumulated Application specified as mass in kilogram [kg]

82
Application Total Count
Accumulated Application specified as count

140
Setpoint Percentage Application Rate
Application Rate expressed as percentage

266
Lifetime Application Total Mass
Entire Application Total Mass of the device lifetime.

267
Lifetime Application Total Count
Entire Application Total Count of the device lifetime.

308
Actual Percentage Application Rate
Actual Application Rate expressed as percentage

325
Lifetime Application Total Volume
Entire Application Total Volume of the device lifetime.

351
Application Total Volume in [ml]
Accumulated Application specified as volume in milliliter [ml]

352
Application Total Mass in gram [g]
Accumulated Application specified as mass in gram [g]

353
Total Application of Nitrogen
Accumulated application of nitrogen [N2] specified as gram [g]

354
Total Application of Ammonium
Accumulated application of ammonium [NH4] specified as gram [g]

355
Total Application of Phosphor
Accumulated application of phosphor (P2O5) specified as gram [g]

356
Total Application of Potassium
Accumulated application of potassium (K2) specified as gram [g]

357
Total Application of Dry Matter
Accumulated application of dry matter in kilogram [kg]. Dry matter measured at zero percent of moisture

401
Actual Application of Nitrogen
Actual application of Nitrogen [N2] specified as milligram per liter [mg/l]

402
Actual application of Ammonium
Actual application of Ammonium [NH4] specified as milligram per liter [mg/l]

403
Actual application of Phosphor
Actual application of Phosphor [P2O5] specified as milligram per liter [mg/l]

404
Actual application of Potassium
Actual application of Potassium [K2] specified as gram [g]

405
Actual application of Dry Matter
Actual application of Dry Matter in kilogram [kg]. Dry matter measured at Zero percent of moisture.

406
Actual Protein Content
Actual Protein content of a harvested crops

407
Average Protein Content
Average protein content in a harvested crop

408
Average Crop Contamination
Average amount of dirt or foreign in a harvested crop

432
Setpoint Application Rate of Nitrogen
Setpoint application rate of nitrogen specified as a mass per area

433
Actual Application Rate of Nitrogen
Actual application rate of nitrogen specified as a mass per area

434
Minimum Application Rate of Nitrogen
Minimum application rate of nitrogen specified as a mass per area

435
Maximum Application Rate of Nitrogen
Maximum application rate of nitrogen specified as a mass per area

436
Setpoint Application Rate of Ammonium
Setpoint application rate of Ammonium specified as a mass per area

437
Actual Application Rate of Ammonium
Actual application rate of Ammonium specified as a mass per area

438
Minimum Application Rate of Ammonium
Minimum application rate of Ammonium specified as a mass per area

439
Maximum Application Rate of Ammonium
Maximum application rate of Ammonium specified as a mass per area

440
Setpoint Application Rate of Phosphor
Setpoint application rate of phosphor specified as a mass per area

441
Actual Application Rate of Phosphor
Actual application rate of phosphor specified as a mass per area

442
Minimum Application Rate of Phosphor
Minimum application rate of phosphor specified as a mass per area

443
Maximum Application Rate of Phosphor
Maximum application rate of phosphor specified as a mass per area

444
Setpoint Application Rate of Potassium
Setpoint application rate of potassium specified as a mass per area

445
Actual Application Rate of Potassium
Actual application rate of potassium specified as a mass per area

446
Minimum Application Rate of Potassium
Minimum application rate of potassium specified as a mass per area

447
Maximum Application Rate of Potassium
Maximum application rate of potassium specified as a mass per area

448
Setpoint Application Rate of Dry Matter
Setpoint application rate of dry matter expressed as percentage

449
Actual Application Rate of Dry Matter
Actual application rate of dry matter expressed as percentage

450
Minimum Application Rate of Dry Matter
Minimum application rate of dry matter expressed as percentage

451
Maximum Application Rate of Dry Matter
Maximum application rate of dry matter expressed as percentage

Caractéristiques du produit de la récolte.

83
Volume Per Area Yield
Yield as volume per area

84
Mass Per Area Yield
Yield as mass per area, not corrected for the reference moisture percentage DDI 184.

85
Count Per Area Yield
Yield as count per area

86
Volume Per Time Yield
Yield as volume per time

87
Mass Per Time Yield
Yield as mass per time, not corrected for the reference moisture percentage DDI 184.

88
Count Per Time Yield
Yield as count per time

89
Yield Total Volume
Accumulated Yield specified as volume

90
Yield Total Mass
Accumulated Yield specified as mass, not corrected for the reference moisture percentage DDI 184.

91
Yield Total Count
Accumulated Yield specified as count

99
Crop Moisture
Moisture in crop yield

100
Crop Contamination
Dirt or foreign material in crop yield

121
Product Density Mass Per Volume
Product Density as mass per volume

122
Product Density Mass PerCount
Product Density as mass per count

123
Product Density Volume Per Count
Product Density as volume per count

177
Actual length of cut
Actual length of cut for harvested material, e.g. Forage Harvester or Tree Harvester.

181
Dry Mass Per Area Yield
Actual Dry Mass Per Area Yield. The definition of dry mass is the mass with a reference moisture specified by DDI 184.

182
Dry Mass Per Time Yield
Actual Dry Mass Per Time Yield. The definition of dry mass is the mass with a reference moisture specified by DDI 184.

183
Yield Total Dry Mass
Accumulated Yield specified as dry mass. The definition of dry mass is the mass with a reference moisture specified by DDI 184.

184
Reference Moisture For Dry Mass
Moisture percentage used for the dry mass DDIs 181, 182 and 183.

185
Seed Cotton Mass Per Area Yield
Seed cotton yield as mass per area, not corrected for a possibly included lint percantage.

186
Lint Cotton Mass Per Area Yield
Lint cotton yield as mass per area.

187
Seed Cotton Mass Per Time Yield
Seed cotton yield as mass per time, not corrected for a possibly included lint percantage.

188
Lint Cotton Mass Per Time Yield
Lint cotton yield as mass per time.

189
Yield Total Seed Cotton Mass
Accumulated yield specified as seed cotton mass, not corrected for a possibly included lint percantage.

190
Yield Total Lint Cotton Mass
Accumulated yield specified as lint cotton mass.

191
Lint Turnout Percentage
Percent of lint in the seed cotton.

211
Last Bale Flakes per Bale
The number of flakes in the most recently produced bale.

212
Last Bale Average Moisture
The average moisture in the most recently produced bale.

213
Last Bale Average Strokes per Flake
The number of baler plunger compression strokes per flake that has entered the bale compression chamber. This value is the average valid for the most recently produced bale.

217
Last Bale Average Hydraulic Pressure
The average actual value of the hydraulic pressure applied to the sides of the bale in the bale compression chamber. This average is calculated over the most recently produced bale.

220
Last Bale Average Bale Compression Plunger Load
The average bale compression plunger load for the most recently produced bale.

221
Last Bale Applied Preservative
The total preservative applied to the most recently produced bale.

222
Last Bale Tag Number
The Last Bale Tag Number as a decimal number in the range of 0 to 4294967295. Note that the value of this DDI has the limitation of being an unsigned 32 bit number.

223
Last Bale Mass
The mass of the bale that has most recently been produced.

241
Crop Temperature
Temperature of harvested crop

261
Average Yield Mass Per Time
Average Yield expressed as mass per unit time, not corrected for the reference moisture percentage DDI 184. This value is the average for a Task and may be reported as a total.

262
Average Crop Moisture
Average Moisture of the harvested crop. This value is the average for a Task and may be reported as a total.

263
Average Yield Mass Per Area
Average Yield expressed as mass per unit area, not corrected for the reference moisture percentage DDI 184. This value is the average for a Task and may be reported as a total.

268
Lifetime Yield Total Volume
Entire Yield Total Volume of the device lifetime.

269
Lifetime Yield Total Mass
Entire Yield Total Mass of the device lifetime.

270
Lifetime Yield Total Count
Entire Yield Total Count of the device lifetime.

279
Lifetime Yield Total Dry Mass
Entire Yield Total Dry Mass of the device lifetime.

280
Lifetime Yield Total Seed Cotton Mass
Entire Yield Total Seed Cotton Mass of the device lifetime.

281
Lifetime Yield Total Lint Cotton Mass
Entire Yield Total Lint Cotton Mass of the device lifetime.

311
Relative Yield Potential
Relative yield potential provided by a FMIS or a sensor or entered by the operator for a certain task expressed as percentage.

312
Minimum Relative Yield Potential
Minimum potential yield expressed as percentage.

313
Maximum Relative Yield Potential
Maximum potential yield expressed as percentage.

314
Actual Percentage Crop Dry Matter
Actual Percentage Crop Dry Matter expressed as parts per million.

315
Average Percentage Crop Dry Matter
Average Percentage Crop Dry Matter expressed as parts per million.

358
Average Dry Yield Mass Per Time
Average Yield expressed as mass per unit time, corrected for the reference moisture percentage DDI 184. This value is the average for a Task and may be reported as a total.

359
Average Dry Yield Mass Per Area
Average Yield expressed as mass per unit area, corrected for the reference moisture percentage DDI 184. This value is the average for a Task and may be reported as a total.

360
Last Bale Size
The bale size of the most recently produced bale. Bale Size as length for a square baler or diameter for a round baler.

361
Last Bale Density
The bale density of the most recently produced bale.

363
Last Bale Dry Mass
The dry mass of the bale that has most recently been produced. This is the bale mass corrected for the average moisture of this bale (DDI 212).

482
Last Bale Number of Subbales
Number of smaller bales included in the latest produced bale.

519
Last Bale Lifetime Count
The Lifetime Bale Count of the bale that leaves the machine.

528
Last Bale Capacity
The capacity of the bale that leaves the machine.

531
Actual Applied Preservative Per Yield Mass
This DDI shall describe the actual applied preservative per harvested yield mass.

532
Setpoint Applied Preservative Per Yield Mass
The desired volume of preservative per harvested yield mass

533
Default Applied Preservative Per Yield Mass
The default volume of preservative applied per harvested yield mass

534
Minimum Applied Preservative Per Yield Mass
The minimum setable value, the preservative system is able to control the flow of preservative.

535
Maximum Applied Preservative Per Yield Mass
The maximum volume, the preservative system can apply to the harvested yield in a controled way

536
Total Applied Preservative
The total volume of applied preservative in this task.

537
Lifetime Applied Preservative
The total applied volume of preservative in the lifetime of the machine

538
Average Applied Preservative Per Yield Mass
The average volume per mass for this task.

Données sur le processus de travail principal de la machine.

51
Setpoint Tillage Depth
Setpoint Tillage Depth of Device Element below soil surface, value increases with depth. In case of a negative value the system will indicate the distance above the ground.
52
Actual Tillage Depth
Actual Tillage Depth of Device Element below soil surface, value increases with depth. In case of a negative value the system will indicate the distance above the ground.
53
Default Tillage Depth
Default Tillage Depth of Device Element below soil surface, value increases with depth. In case of a negative value the system will indicate the distance above the ground.
56
Setpoint Seeding Depth
Setpoint Seeding Depth of Device Element below soil surface, value increases with depth
57
Actual Seeding Depth
Actual Seeding Depth of Device Element below soil surface, value increases with depth
58
Default Seeding Depth
Default Seeding Depth of Device Element below soil surface, value increases with depth
61
Setpoint Working Height
Setpoint Working Height of Device Element above crop or soil
62
Actual Working Height
Actual Working Height of Device Element above crop or soil
63
Default Working Height
Default Working Height of Device Element above crop or soil
66
Setpoint Working Width
Setpoint Working Width of Device Element
67
Actual Working Width
Actual Working Width of Device Element
68
Default Working Width
Default Working Width of Device Element
71
Setpoint Volume Content
Setpoint Device Element Content specified as volume
72
Actual Volume Content
Actual Device Element Content specified as volume
74
Setpoint Mass Content
Setpoint Machine Element Content specified as mass
75
Actual Mass Content
Actual Device Element Content specified as mass
77
Setpoint Count Content
Setpoint Device Element Content specified as count
78
Actual Count Content
Actual Device Element Content specified as count
92
Volume Per Area Crop Loss
Crop yield loss as volume per area
93
Mass Per Area Crop Loss
Crop yield loss as mass per area
94
Count Per Area Crop Loss
Crop yield loss as count per area
95
Volume Per Time Crop Loss
Crop yield loss as volume per time
96
Mass Per Time Crop Loss
Crop yield loss as mass per time
97
Count Per Time Crop Loss
Crop yield loss as count per time
98
Percentage Crop Loss
Crop yield loss
101
Setpoint Bale Width
Setpoint Bale Width for square baler or round baler
102
Actual Bale Width
Actual Bale Width for square baler or round baler
103
Default Bale Width
Default Bale Width for square baler or round baler
106
Setpoint Bale Height
Setpoint Bale Height is only applicable to square baler
107
ActualBaleHeight
Actual Bale Height is only applicable to square baler
108
Default Bale Height
Default Bale Height is only applicable to square baler
111
Setpoint Bale Size
Setpoint Bale Size as length for a square baler or diameter for a round baler
112
Actual Bale Size
Actual Bale Size as length for a square baler or diameter for a round baler
113
Default Bale Size
Default Bale Size as length for a square baler or diameter for a round baler
141
Actual Work State
Actual Work State, 2 bits defined as 00=disabled/off, 01=enabled/on, 10=error, 11=undefined/not installed
144
Yaw Angle
Pivot / Yaw Angle of a DeviceElement
145
Roll Angle
Roll Angle of a DeviceElement
146
Pitch Angle
Pitch Angle of a DeviceElement
151
Instantaneous Area Per Time Capacity
Area per time capacity
153
Actual Normalized Difference Vegetative Index (NDVI)
The Normalized Difference Vegetative Index (NDVI) computed from crop reflectances as the difference between NIR reflectance in the 780 to 880 nm band and red reflectance in the 640 to 680 nm band divided by the sum of the NIR and red reflectance in the same bands.
160
Section Control State
Specifies the actual state of section control. The value definitions are: Byte 1 (bitfield) Bit 0-1: 00 = manual/off, 01 = auto/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. Bits 2-7: reserved, set to 0. Bytes 2-4: reserved, set to 0.
161
Actual Condensed Work State (1-16)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 1 to 16 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
162
Actual Condensed Work State (17-32)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 17 to 32 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
163
Actual Condensed Work State (33-48)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 33 to 48 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
164
Actual Condensed Work State (49-64)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 49 to 64 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
165
Actual Condensed Work State (65-80)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 65 to 80 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
166
Actual Condensed Work State (81-96)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 81 to 96 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
167
Actual Condensed Work State (97-112)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 97 to 112 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
168
Actual Condensed Work State (113-128)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 113 to 128 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
169
Actual Condensed Work State (129-144)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 129 to 144 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, tthen he device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
170
Actual Condensed Work State (145-160)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 145 to 160 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
171
Actual Condensed Work State (161-176)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 161 to 176 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
172
Actual Condensed Work State (177-192)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 177 to 192 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
173
Actual Condensed Work State (193-208)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 193 to 208 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
174
Actual Condensed Work State (209-224)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 209 to 224 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
175
Actual Condensed Work State (225-240)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 225 to 240 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
176
Actual Condensed Work State (241-256)
Combination of the actual work states of individual sections or units (e.g. nozzles) number 241 to 256 into a single actual work state of their parent device element. The actual condensed work state contains the child element actual work states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element actual work state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements actual work state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = disabled/off, 01 = enabled/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. In total 16 child device element actual work states can be contained in one actual condensed work state of their parent device element. If less than 16 child device element actual work states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (not installed). When the parent device element contains the Actual Condensed Work State DDE, then the device descriptor shall not contain the individual actual work state DDEs of the child device elements.
193
Setpoint Product Pressure
Setpoint Product Pressure to adjust the pressure of the product flow system at the point of dispensing.
194
Actual Product Pressure
Actual Product Pressure is the measured pressure in the product flow system at the point of dispensing.
197
Setpoint Pump Output Pressure
Setpoint Pump Output Pressure to adjust the pressure at the output of the solution pump.
198
Actual Pump Output Pressure
Actual Pump Output Pressure measured at the output of the solution pump.
201
Setpoint Tank Agitation Pressure
Setpoint Tank Agitation Pressure to adjust the pressure for a stir system in a tank.
202
Actual Tank Agitation Pressure
Actual Tank Agitation Pressure measured by the tank stir system.
216
Actual Bale Hydraulic Pressure
The actual value of the hydraulic pressure applied to the sides of the bale in the bale compression chamber.
218
Setpoint Bale Compression Plunger Load
The setpoint bale compression plunger load as a unitless number.
219
Actual Bale Compression Plunger Load
The actual bale compression plunger load expressed as percentage.
225
Setpoint Working Length
Setpoint Working Length of Device Element.
226
Actual Working Length
Actual Working Length of a Device Element.
229
Actual Net Weight
Actual Net Weight value specified as mass
230
Net Weight State
Net Weight State, 2 bits defined as:
231
Setpoint Net Weight
Setpoint Net Weight value.
232
Actual Gross Weight
Actual Gross Weight value specified as mass
233
Gross Weight State
Gross Weight State, 2 bits defined as:
237
Actual Header Working Height Status
Actual status of the header being above or below the threshold height for the in-work state.
238
Actual Header Rotational Speed Status
Actual status of the header rotational speed being above or below the threshold for in-work state.
239
Yield Hold Status
Status indicator for the yield measurement system. When enabled/on, the measurements from the yield measurement system are ignored and the yield is held constant.
240
Actual (Un)Loading System Status
Actual status of the Unloading and/or Loading system. This DDE covers both Unloading and Loading of the device element wherein it is listed.
242
Setpoint Sieve Clearance
Setpoint separation distance between Sieve elements
243
Actual Sieve Clearance
Actual separation distance between Sieve elements
246
Setpoint Chaffer Clearance
Setpoint separation distance between Chaffer elements.
247
Actual Chaffer Clearance
Actual separation distance between Chaffer elements.
250
Setpoint Concave Clearance
Setpoint separation distance between Concave elements.
251
Actual Concave Clearance
Actual separation distance between Concave elements.
254
Setpoint Separation Fan Rotational Speed
Setpoint rotational speed of the fan used for separating product material from non product material.
255
Actual Separation Fan Rotational Speed
Actual rotational speed of the fan used for separating product material from non product material.
287
Setpoint Prescription Mode
This DDE defines the source of the Task Controller set point value sent to the Control Function. This DDI shall be defined as DPD in the DDOP and needs to be setable. The TC shall then set this DDI before starting a prescription operation. The WS (Working Set) shall set this value to zero (0) after system start.
288
Actual Prescription Mode
This DDE defines the actual source of the set point value used by the Control Function. This DDI shall be defined as DPD in the DDOP and shall not be setable and need to support the on change trigger. The TC should request this DDI in case of an active prescription operation for documentation purpose.
289
Setpoint Work State
The Setpoint Work State DDI is the control command counterparts to the Work State DDI (141). The separation of the control commands through one DDI from the actual state communicated through another DDI enables verification of the transmission of the control commands independent from the effectuation of the requested control action.
290
Setpoint Condensed Work State (1-16)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
291
Setpoint Condensed Work State (17-32)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
292
Setpoint Condensed Work State (33-48)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
293
Setpoint Condensed Work State (49-64)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
294
Setpoint Condensed Work State (65-80)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
295
Setpoint Condensed Work State (81-96)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
296
Setpoint Condensed Work State (97-112)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
297
Setpoint Condensed Work State (113-128)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
298
Setpoint Condensed Work State (129-144)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
299
Setpoint Condensed Work State (145-160)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
300
Setpoint Condensed Work State (161-176)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
301
Setpoint Condensed Work State (177-192)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
302
Setpoint Condensed Work State (193-208)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
303
Setpoint Condensed Work State (209-224)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
304
Setpoint Condensed Work State (225-240)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
305
Setpoint Condensed Work State (241-256)
The Setpoint Condensed Work State DDIs are the control command counterparts to the Condensed Work States DDIs (161 – 176).
320
Last loaded Weight
Last loaded Weight value specified as mass
321
Last unloaded Weight
Last unloaded Weight value specified as mass
322
Load Identification Number
The Load Identification Number as a decimal number in the range of 0 to 4294967295. Note that the value of this DDI has the limitation of being an unsigned 32 bit number.
323
Unload Identification Number
The Unload Identification Number as a decimal number in the range of 0 to 2147483647. Note that the value of this DDI has the limitation of being an unsigned 32 bit number.
326
Setpoint Header Speed
The setpoint rotational speed of the header attachment of a chopper, mower or combine
327
Actual Header Speed
The actual rotational speed of the header attachment of a chopper, mower or combine
330
Setpoint Cutting drum speed
The setpoint speed of the cutting drum of a chopper
331
Actual Cutting drum speed
The actual speed of the cutting drum of a chopper
334
Operating Hours Since Last Sharpening
This value describes the working hours since the last sharpening of the cutting device.
341
Setpoint Grain Kernel Cracker Gap
The setpoint gap (distance) of the grain kernel cracker drums in a chopper.
342
Actual Grain Kernel Cracker Gap
The actual gap (distance) of the grain kernel cracker drums in a chopper
345
Setpoint Swathing Width
This is the setpoint swathing width of the swath created by a raker.
346
Actual Swathing Width
This is the width of the swath currently created by a raker.
349
Nozzle Drift Reduction
The Nozzle Drift Reduction classification value of the spraying equipment as percentage
364
Actual Flake Size
Actual size of the flake that is currently produced by the chamber.
365
Setpoint Downforce Pressure
Setpoint downforce pressure for an operation
366
Actual Downforce Pressure
Actual downforce pressure for an operation
367
Condensed Section Override State (1-16)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 1 to 16 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
368
Condensed Section Override State (17-32)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 17 to 32 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
369
Condensed Section Override State (33-48)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 33 to 48 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
370
Condensed Section Override State (49-64)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 49 to 64 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
371
Condensed Section Override State (65-80)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 65 to 80 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
372
Condensed Section Override State (81-96)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 81 to 96 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
373
Condensed Section Override State (97-112)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 97 to 112 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
374
Condensed Section Override State (113-128)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 113 to 128 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
375
Condensed Section Override State (129-144)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 129 to 144 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
376
Condensed Section Override State (145-160)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 145 to 160 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
377
Condensed Section Override State (161-176)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 161 to 176 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
378
Condensed Section Override State (177-192)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 177 to 192 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
379
Condensed Section Override State (193-208)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 193 to 208 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
380
Condensed Section Override State (209-224)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 209 to 224 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
381
Condensed Section Override State (225-240)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 225 to 240 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
382
Condensed Section Override State (241-256)
This DDE is used by the implement to communicate that a certain section is overridden and will not follow the section control commands. The value is a combination of the override states of individual sections number 241 to 256 into a single override state. The condensed section override state contains the child element override states, in the driving direction from left to right, where the leftmost child element override state are the 2 lowest significant bits of the Process Data Value. Each child device elements override state is represented by 2 bits and defined as: 00 = section is not overridden, 01 = section is overridden, 10 = reserved, 11 = undefined / not installed. In total 16 child device element override states can be contained in one condensed section override state. If less than 16 child device element override states are available, then the unused bits shall be set to value 11 (undefined / not installed). This DDE shall be placed in the same device element as the corresponding actual condensed work state.
387
Total Revolutions in Fractional Revolutions
Accumulated Revolutions specified with fractional revolutions
388
Total Revolutions in Complete Revolutions
Accumulated Revolutions specified as completed integer revolutions
389
Setpoint Revolutions specified as count per time
Setpoint Revolutions specified as count per time
390
Actual Revolutions Per Time
Actual Revolutions specified as count per time
391
Default Revolutions Per Time
Default Revolutions specified as count per time
396
Setpoint Speed
The setpoint speed that can be specified in a process data variable for communication between farm management information systems and mobile implement control systems. The setpoint speed DDI may also be used in a device description object pool to specify support for speed control by a device. A positive value will represent forward direction and a negative value will represent reverse direction.
397
Actual Speed
The actual speed as measured on or used by a device for the execution of task based data, e.g. to convert a setpoint rate expressed per area to device specific control data that is expressed as a rate per time. The actual speed can be measured by the device itself or it can be a speed value that is obtained from one of the speed parameter groups that are broadcasted on the ISO11783 network and defined in ISO11783-7. Examples of broadcasted speed parameter groups are wheel based speed, ground based speed and machine selected speed. The source of the actual speed can be specified by a Speed Source DDI that is present in the same device element as the speed DDI. A positive value will represent forward direction and a negative value will represent reverse direction.
398
Minimum Speed
The minimum speed that can be specified in a process data variable for communication between farm management information systems and mobile implement control systems. A positive value will represent forward direction and a negative value will represent reverse direction.
399
Maximum Speed
The maximum speed that can be specified in a process data variable for communication between farm management information systems and mobile implement control systems. A positive value will represent forward direction and a negative value will represent reverse direction.
415
Actual Seed Singulation Percentage
Actual Seed Singulation Percentage calculated from measured seed spacing using ISO 7256-1 “Quality of Feed Index” algorithm
416
Average Seed Singulation Percentage
Average Seed Singulation Percentage calculated from measured seed spacing using ISO 7256-1 “Quality of Feed Index” algorithm. The value is the average for a Task.
417
Actual Seed Skip Percentage
Actual Seed Skip Percentage calculated from measured seed spacing using ISO 7256-1 “Miss Index” algorithm
418
Average Seed Skip Percentage
Average Seed Skip Percentage calculated from measured seed spacing using ISO 7256-1 “Miss Index” algorithm. The value is the average for a Task.
419
Actual Seed Multiple Percentage
Actual Seed Multiple Percentage calculated from measured seed spacing using ISO 7256-1 “Multiples Index” algorithm.
420
Average Seed Multiple Percentage
Average Seed Multiple Percentage calculated from measured seed spacing using ISO 7256-1 “Multiples Index” algorithm. The value is the average for a Task.
421
Actual Seed Spacing Deviation
Actual Seed Spacing Deviation from setpoint seed spacing
422
Average Seed Spacing Deviation
Average Seed Spacing Deviation from setpoint seed spacing. The value is the average for a Task.
423
Actual Coefficient of Variation of Seed Spacing Percentage
Actual Coefficient of Variation of Seed Spacing Percentage calculated from measured seed spacing using ISO 7256-1 algorithm
424
Average Coefficient of Variation of Seed Spacing Percentage
Average Coefficient of Variation of Seed Spacing Percentage calculated from measured seed spacing using ISO 7256-1 algorithm. The value is the average for a Task.
425
Setpoint Maximum Allowed Seed Spacing Deviation
Setpoint Maximum Allowed Seed Spacing Deviation
426
Setpoint Downforce as Force
Setpoint Downforce as Force
427
Actual Downforce as Force
Actual Downforce as Force
456
Last loaded Volume
Last loaded Volume value specified as volume
457
Last unloaded Volume
Last unloaded Volume value specified as volume
462
Last loaded Count
Last loaded Count value specified as count
463
Last unloaded Count
Last unloaded Count value specified as count
464
Haul Counter
Each Time a Device Element is filled and emptied this is called a haul cycle. This counter counts the cycles
465
Lifetime Haul Counter
The number of haul cycles done by a machine over its entire lifetime. This DDE value can not be set through the process data interface but can be requested and added to a datalog. This DDE value is not affected by a task based total haul cycles but will increment at the same rate as the task based total.
466
Actual relative connector angle
The DDI Actual relative connector angle shall be placed in the device element of type connector in the DDOP of the TC-SC Client. The value describes the actual angle of the longitudinal axis of the implement relative to the longitudinal axis of the tractor. This angle should be used by the TC-SC server to calculate the real position of implement. The TC-SC server may smooth the rendering in any proprietary screen.
467
Actual Percentage Content
Actual Device Element Content specified as percent.
472
Setpoint Length of Cut
Setpoint length of cut for harvested material, e.g. Forage Harvester or Tree Harvester.
475
Setpoint Bale Hydraulic Pressure
The setpoint value of the hydraulic pressure applied to the sides of the bale in the bale compression chamber.
478
Setpoint Flake Size
Setpoint size of the flake to be produced by the chamber.
481
Setpoint Number of Subbales
Number of smaller bales that shall be included in one bigger bale.
483
Setpoint Engine Speed
The setpoint of the rotational speed of the engine.
484
Actual Engine Speed
Actual rotational speed of the engine.
494
Last Event Partner ID (Byte 1-4)
Last Event Partner ID as a decimal number of 128bit length.
495
Last Event Partner ID (Byte 5-8)
Last Event Partner ID as a decimal number of 128bit length.
496
Last Event Partner ID (Byte 9-12)
Last Event Partner ID as a decimal number of 128bit length.
497
Last Event Partner ID (Byte 13-16)
Last Event Partner ID as a decimal number of 128bit length.
498
Last Event Partner ID Type
Defines The Type of the Partner ID Device. See Attatchment for Definition.
499
Last Event Partner ID Manufacturer ID Code
The Partner ID has to tell its Manufacturer, and the Manufacturer Numbers from SAE J1939 / ISO 11783 shall be used.
500
Last Event Partner ID Device Class
This DDI should tell the Device Class of the “Partner” Device.
501
Setpoint Engine Torque
The setpoint of the engine torque.
502
Actual Engine Torque
The current torque of the engine.
529
Setpoint Tillage Disc Gang Angle
Setpoint Tillage Gang Angle is the pivot angle of the gangs for the device element
530
Actual Tillage Disc Gang Angle
Actual Tillage Gang Angle is the pivot angle of the gangs for the device element.
539
Actual Preservative Tank Volume
The actual volume inside the preservative tank.
540
Actual Preservative Tank Level
The percentage level of the preservative tank.

Données relatives aux conditions ambiantes (par ex. vitesse du vent).

192
Ambient temperature
Ambient temperature measured by a machine. Unit is milli-Kelvin (mK).

207
Wind speed
Wind speed measured in the treated field at the beginning of operations or on the application implement during operations. Measurements at to be made at 2m height or 1 m over the canopy in tree and bush crops.

208
Wind direction
Wind direction measured in the treated field at the beginning of operations or on the application implement during operations. Measurements at to be made at 2m height or 1 m over the canopy in tree and bush crops.

209
Air Humidity
Ambient humidty measured by a weather station in a treated field or on the application implement.

210
Sky conditions
This DDE is used to define the current sky conditions during operation. The METAR format and its abbrivations is used as follows to define the sky conditions:

224
Delta T
The difference between dry bulb temperature and wet bulb temperature measured by a weather station in a treated field or on the application equipment.

383
Apparent Wind Direction
The apparent wind is the wind which is measured on a moving vehicle. It is the result of two motions: the actual true wind and the motion of the vehicle. The wind angle is referenced to the present heading of the vehicle (Zero degree refers to the vehicle driving direction).

384
Apparent Wind Speed
The apparent wind is the wind which is measured on a moving vehicle. It is the result of two motions: the actual true wind and the motion of the vehicle.

385
MSL Atmospheric Pressure
The atmospheric pressure MSL (Mean Sea Level) is the air pressure related to mean sea level.

386
Actual Atmospheric Pressure
The Actual Atmospheric Pressure is the air pressure currently measured by the weather station.

Valeurs de base significatives pour l'ensemble du système.

0
Data Dictionary Version
This DDE is used to specify which version of the Data Dictionary is being used.

134
Device Element Offset X
X direction offset of a DeviceElement relative to a Device.

135
Device Element Offset Y
Y direction offset of a DeviceElement relative to a Device.

136
Device Element Offset Z
Z direction offset of a DeviceElement relative to a Device.

147
Log Count
Log Counter, may be used to control data log record generation on a Task Controller

154
Physical Object Length
Length of device element (dimension along the X-axis)

155
Physical Object Width
Width of device element (dimension along the Y-axis)

156
Physical Object Height
Height of device element (dimension along the Z-axis)

157
Connector Type
Specification of the type of coupler. The value definitions are:

158
Prescription Control State
Defines and synchronise the actual state of the prescription system. The state is represented by the lowest significant 2 bits in the lowest significant byte of the process data value: Byte 1: bit 0-1: 00 = manual/off, 01 = auto/on, 10 = error indicator, 11 = undefined/not installed. bits 2-7: reserved set to 0. Byte 2-4: reserved set to 0.

159
Number of Sub-Units per Section
Specifies the number of sub-units for a section (e.g. number of nozzles per sprayer section or number of planter row units per metering device).

178
Element Type Instance
This DDI is used to enumerate and identify multiple device elements (DET) of the same type within one Device Description object pool. The value of this DDI is independent of the DET number. The combination of device element type and value of Element Type Instance ETI represents a unique object inside the device description object pool and therefore shall exist only once per object pool. Recommendation: The definition of the device elements should be made from left to right direction or from front to back direction. When in a matrix, count left-to-right first, then front-to-back and at last top-to-bottom. See attachment for more information.

179
Actual Cultural Practice
This DDI is used to define the current cultural practice which is performed by an individual device operation. For instance a planter/seeder could provide a sowing and a fertilizing operation at the same time.

180
Device Reference Point (DRP) to Ground distance
This DDI is used to specify the distance from the Device Reference Point (DRP) down to the ground surface. The DRP to Ground DDI shall be attached only to the Device Element (DET) with element number zero.

259
Yield Lag Ignore Time
Amount of time to ignore yield data, starting at the transition from the in-work to the out-of-work state. During this time, the yield sensor provides inconsistent or unreliable crop flow data.

260
Yield Lead Ignore Time
Amount of time to ignore yield data, starting at the transition from the out-of-work to the in-work state. During this time, the yield sensor provides inconsistent or unreliable crop flow data.

264
Connector Pivot X-Offset
X direction offset of a connector pivot point relative to DRP.

306
True Rotation Point X-Offset
X direction offset of the device rotation point relative to the DRP.

307
True Rotation Point Y-Offset
Y direction offset of the device rotation point relative to the DRP.

350
Function or Operation Technique
The Function or Operation Technique DDE can be used to define the operation technique or functionality performed by a device element defined within the DDOP. The values to be used are defined in the attached document.

400
Speed Source
The Speed Source that the device uses to report actual speed and to process the setpoint, minimum and maximum speeds. The Speed Source value is an enumeration with the following definitions:

520
Actual Canopy Height
Actual height of the canopy above ground.

57342
PGN Based Data
This DDI is used in the XML files to identify PGN based data.

57343
Request Default Process Data
Request Default Process Data. This DDE is the highest ISO assigned entity. The range above this number is reserved for manufacture specific DDE’s.

Données spécifiques au fabricant (ne faisant pas partie de la norme) (DDIs 57344-65534).

57344
65534 Proprietary DDI Range
Manufacturer proprietary definitions

65535
Reserved
Reserved