Find display options and how to navigate and update.
Updated June 29, 2020
Select the "Display" option in the systems menu to configure display settings. If two displays are being used, each display has its own display settings that can be adjusted.
Change the language of the display.
Select this option to change between English and Metric units.
Row fail action
Select this option to change the display action when a row failure occurs.
Jump to row
This option redirects the screen to the population dashboard to display row-by-row population information.
This option causes no redirection of the screen when there is a row failure.
Row fail action is not available in harvest mode.
Cab control module present
If a cab control module is not connected to the display, change this to "not present." If using two displays, the display that does not have a cab control module must also change this to "not present."
Multiple display mode
Select this option to disable certain notifications on the active monitor.
- Alerts and alarms
- Screen jump
- Event popups
Background map style
Once the system has been connected to WiFi, use this option to change the home screen map background between the standard grid to a background map.
Date and time display
The date and time for the 20|20 are set by the GPS system that is connected.
If an adjustment is needed, adjust the following on the settings page:
- Time zone
- Time, in standard 0 - 23 hour clock
Select each box to adjust settings.
In the main navigation pane, select the brightness option. Configure display brightness and LED lights on the Cab Control Module (CCM): the switch box connected to the display.
The default setting for both display and LED brightness is automatic. Automatic mode uses an ambient light sensor to change the brightness for day and night.
Select "Manual" to display a slider bar. Then, manually adjust the brightness.
Display map layer
Use the map layer option to enable or disable map layer availability on the home screen. Select a map layer to disable it.
Active map layers will be highlighted in green. Inactive map layers will be highlighted in gray.
Configure sound settings by selecting the sound option in the navigation pane on the display menu.
The volume can be controlled using the volume sliders below each sound type.
Select each sound type for different options. A demo will play when selected. Select "mute" under the slide bar if you don't want sound.
Alert: This sound will play when an item is yellow on the home screen.
Alarm: This sound will play when an item is red on the home screen.
Key press: This sound will play when the touch screen is pressed.
Display software versions and updates
View software versions and serial numbers for both the display and the Display Base Module (DBM).
Access software update screen
Press the software versions to be directed to the software update screen. Serial numbers will automatically update when plugged into a display and DBM.
Disk usage shows the percent of total memory being used.
View the license agreement. Press the "License Agreement" button at the bottom of the screen.
Display advanced setup options
The advanced setup options enable different options, including debugging and resetting.
If a code has been provided from a Precision Planting representative for a specific support issue, it must be entered in this location.
Enable the demo mode, which displays planting or harvest data on the display. You must have a demo file for this mode to function.
Touch screen test
Test to see if all areas of the touch screen work correctly. In the test, touch the screen to "paint" it a different color. See if that area is responding to touch correctly. Hold a finger in a stationary spot for five seconds to exit the test.
Reset the User License Agreement here. This resets the EULA so that it will need to be agreed to when the display boots up next.
Restart the display screen only. The connected modules will not restart.
Resets all display settings and all configurations for tractor, planter, and control products back to the default.
This wipes all data from the display base module and resets all settings back to default.