Read this information carefully to learn how to operate the InfoCenter control on your product. You are responsible for operating the product properly and safely.

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Introduction

The Software Guide for the Groundsmaster® 5900 or 5910 rotary mower provides information for using the system information and control the system functions.

Product Overview

InfoCenter Startup Screen

When you start the machine, the startup screen appears, displaying the corresponding icons that apply (i.e., the parking brake is applied, the PTO is in the ON position, and the cruise control is in the ON position).

Note: The following figure is an example screen; this screen is meant to show all the potential icons that could appear on the screen while operating.

Refer to the following graphic for all of the icon meanings (Figure 1).

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Operation

InfoCenter Control

Screen Functions

Press the corresponding button to view screen 1 or screen 2, to stop the audible alarm, to view the fault screen, or to exit (Figure 2).

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Press buttons 1 to 4 to access the pop-up menu bar on the bottom of the screen (Figure 2).

After the startup screen appears, you can select what you would like displayed in both the top, left corner and top, right corner of the display screen by pressing button 1 or button 2 on the InfoCenter control (Figure 2).

Note: When you shut off the machine, the top 2 screens remain at the previous setting before the machine was shut off.

You can toggle between the following screens by pressing button 1 and button 2:

  • Tachometer—top, left screen (Figure 3)

  • Fuel-level indicator—top, right screen (Figure 3)

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  • 12 V battery-voltage indicator—top, left screen (Figure 4)

  • 24 V battery-voltage indicator—top, left screen (Figure 4)

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  • Hydraulic-fluid-temperature and fan indicator—top, right screen (Figure 5)

    Note: In the following example, the hydraulic-fluid-cooling fans are running at 25% speed in the forward direction.

  • Engine-coolant-temperature and fan indicator—top, left screen (Figure 5)

    Note: In example Figure 5, the engine-coolant fans are running at 50% speed in the reverse direction.

    This display (Figure 1) indicates fan speed and direction. The fan speed is controlled by the hydraulic-fluid temperature or the engine-coolant temperature, and automatically reverses as needed. A reverse cycle automatically initiates to help blow debris off the respective hood screen, when either the temperature of the engine coolant or the hydraulic fluid reaches a certain point. Additionally, the radiator fans perform a reverse cycle every 21 minutes regardless of the coolant temperature.

    Fan direction is also indicated on the engine-coolant-temperature screen and the hydraulic-fluid-temperature screen. If the bar is to the right of the midpoint hash mark, the fans are running in the forward direction. If the bar is to the left of the midpoint hash mark, the fans are running in the reverse direction (Figure 5).

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If a fault appears on the screen, press any key to view the active fault advisory (Figure 2).

Note: Contact your supervisor or mechanic to relay the fault advisory and determine the course of action.

Press the arrow keys to navigate the fault screen.

Press any key to reveal the information keys on the screen.

Diesel-Particulate-Filter (DPF) Maintenance Indicator

If the diesel-particulate-filter (DPF) maintenance indicator (Figure 1) appears on the screen, immediately contact your Toro distributor for service.

Fuel-Level Indicator

This display indicates the level of fuel in the tank (Figure 3).

PTO Indicator

This display indicates (Figure 1) when the PTO is engaged.

Parking-Brake Indicator

This display indicates that the parking brake is engaged (Figure 1).

Cruise-Control Indicator

This display (Figure 1) indicates when the cruise control is set.

H/L (High/Low Range) Speed-Range Indicator

This display indicates the selected transmission speed range (Figure 1).

Glow-Plug Indicator

This display indicates when the engine is preheating (Figure 1).

Engine-Hours Indicator

This display shows the total hours that the engine has been operated (Figure 1).

Tachometer

This display shows the engine-operating speed in rpm (Figure 3).

Hydraulic-Fluid-Temperature Indicator and Cooling-Fan-Status Indicator

This display indicates the hydraulic-fluid temperature and the status of the cooling fan (Figure 5).

Engine-Coolant-Temperature Indicator and Cooling-Fan-Status Indicator

This display indicates the engine-coolant temperature and the status of the cooling fan (Figure 5).

Battery Voltage

This display shows both the 12 V and 24 V battery voltage (Figure 4).

Service-Due Indicator

This display indicates the time until the next regular service interval.

Note: After you service the machine, reset the indicator.

  1. Press and hold the far, right button on the InfoCenter.

    Note: The Main Menu screen appears.

  2. Select Service using the 2 buttons on the left; press the button below the right arrow to continue.

  3. Select Hours and press the button below the right arrow.

  4. Press the button below Reset Hours.

  5. Select the Hours for the appropriate next service time and press the button below the right arrow.

    Note: A check mark appears once the indicator has been reset.

  6. When you are finished, press the button below the exit icon (picture of an open door) to return to the main screen, or press cancel to exit.

Audible Alarm (InfoCenter)

The alarm sounds during the following scenarios:

Lowering the deck

  • The engine is not running

  • Any deck is being lowered

Deck is out of float

  • The PTO is requested and qualified

  • Any deck is below the limit, but not floating

Machine sends a request to the InfoCenter

  • The engine sends a red, stop lamp message

    Note: If the alarm stops or if the operator acknowledges the alarm by pressing any button on the InfoCenter, then the alarm should stop.

  • Regeneration requested by the engine

  • Any engine fault

  • Any advisory; refer to InfoCenter Advisories

  • The engine sends an amber warning message

  • The fuel level is below 2.2%

Main Menu

Press and hold the fifth button (far right) on the InfoCenter to access the main menu.

From the main menu screen, you can access the Service screen, Diagnostics screen, Settings screen, or the About screen (Figure 6).

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Service Screen

If you have an issue that requires use of the Service screen (i.e., calibrating the traction pedal), contact your Toro distributor for assistance.

Accessing the Protected Menus

Note: The factory default PIN code for you machine is either 0000 or 1234.If you changed the PIN code and forgot the code, contact your authorized Toro distributor for assistance.

  • 5900

  • 1234

  1. From the HOME SCREEN, press buttons either buttons 1, 2, 3, or 4 to access the pop-up menu bar at the bottom of the screen (Figure 7).

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  2. Press and hold button 5 to access the MAIN MENU (Figure 8).

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    If the menus are protected, the ENTER PIN screen displays.

  3. Press buttons 1 through 4 to enter your PIN code (Figure 9).

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  4. When you complete entering the PIN, press button 5 (Figure 10).

    The InfoCenter displays the MAIN MENU.

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    Note: When you shutoff the engine and then move the ignition switch to the RUN position, PIN code protection is applied to the MAIN MENU.

Changing the InfoCenter PIN

  1. From the startup screen, press and hold button 5 until the Main Menu appears (Figure 11).

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  2. Press button 2 until you reach Settings on the Main Menu screen and press button 4 to select Settings (Figure 11).

  3. From the Settings screen, press button 4 to select Display (Figure 12).

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  4. Press button 2 until you reach PIN Settings on the Display screen and press button 4 to select PIN Settings (Figure 13).

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  5. Press button 2 until you reach PIN Change on the PIN Settings screen and press button 4 to select PIN Change (Figure 14).

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  6. Enter your old PIN using buttons 1 to 4 and press button 5 when you complete the PIN (Figure 15).

    Note: The default PIN when you initially set up your PIN is 5900.

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  7. Enter your new PIN using buttons 1 to 4 and press button 5 when you complete your new PIN (Figure 16).

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  8. Confirm your new PIN using buttons 1 to 4 and press button 5 when you complete the PIN (Figure 17).

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Setting the Service Due Timer

  1. After you complete entering the PIN number for the protected menus, press button 5.

  2. Scroll up or down to SERVICE in the main menu (Figure 18).

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  3. Press the side arrow button.

  4. Scroll up or down to HOURS.

  5. In the HOURS menu select the middle button to select RESET HOURS.

  6. Scroll up or down to select the correct hours.

  7. Press the side arrow button.

  8. Exit the menu by selecting the EXIT (door) button (Figure 18 orFigure 19).

Changing the InfoCenter Display Brightness/Contrast

  1. From the startup screen, press button 5 to access the brightness/contrast pop-up-menu bar (Figure 19).

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  2. Press button 1 to decrease brightness, button 2 to increase brightness, button 3 to decrease contrast, and button 4 to increase contrast (Figure 19).

  3. When you have set your brightness/contrast, press button 5 to exit (Figure 19).

Setting the Cruise-Control Speed

You can set the cruise-control speed by moving the cruise-control switch momentarily forward, via the InfoCenter as follows:

  1. Move the cruise-control switch to the ON position.

  2. When the cruise-control icon appears on the display screen, press button 1 to 4 to access the pop-up-menu bar.

  3. Press button 3 to access the Cruise Control screen (Figure 20).

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  4. From the Cruise Control screen, press button 1 to decrease the cruise control speed or button 2 to increase the cruise control speed (Figure 21).

  5. When you have set your desired cruise control speed, press button 5 to exit (Figure 21).

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InfoCenter Advisories

Operator advisories automatically display on the InfoCenter screen when a machine function requires additional action. For example, if you attempt to start the engine while pressing the traction pedal, an advisory displays, indicating that the traction pedal must be in the NEUTRAL position.

For each advisory that occurs, there is a condition (e.g., start denied, PTO denied, cruise control denied), an advisory code (number), a qualifier (the cause of the advisory displayed), and a display text (what the advisory displays as text on the screen) as shown in Figure 22.

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Note: Advisories do not log into the fault log.

Note: You can clear an advisory from the display screen by pressing any of the InfoCenter keys.

Refer to the following table for all the InfoCenter advisories:

ConditionCodeQualifierDisplay Text
Start Denied4Teach engagedN/A
Start Denied5PTO engagedTo start, disengage PTO
Start Denied6Not in NEUTRALTo start, move traction pedal to NEUTRAL
Start Denied7Neither in seat nor parking brake appliedTo start, must be seated or set parking brake
Start Denied8Deck switch engagedTo start, disengage deck switch
Start Denied9Recycle powerTo start, turn key switch off, then on
PTO Denied102In high range (only cut in low)To engage PTO, must be in low range
PTO Denied106Out of seatTo engage PTO, operator must be seated
PTO Denied107No decks floating (hit a down key)To engage PTO, lower decks
PTO Denied108Engine hotTo engage PTO, let engine cool
PTO Denied109Loss of CAN bus (service required)To engage PTO, requires service
PTO Denied110Hydraulic fluid too coldTo engage PTO, let hydraulic fluid warm up
Cruise Control Denied202Too slow to capture cruise controlIncrease ground speed
Deck Lower Denied302Can’t lower in transportTo lower deck, return traction pedal to NEUTRAL
Deck Lower Denied303Out of seatTo lower deck, operator must be seated
Deck Lower Denied304Service requiredTo lower deck, requires service
Deck Not Floating (on engine start)402Advise operator to press down switchesTo float, lower decks
Range Hi Denied502Left deck not upTo set high range, lift left deck
Range Hi Denied503Center deck not upTo set high range, lift center deck
Range Hi Denied504Right deck not upTo set high range, lift right deck
Range Hi Denied505Left deck floatingTo set high range, lift left deck fully
Range Hi Denied506Center deck floatingTo set high range, lift center deck fully
Range Hi Denied507Right deck floatingTo set high range, lift right deck fully
Range Hi Denied508PTO switch engagedTo set high range, disengage PTO
Range Hi Denied509Cruise control engagedTo set high range, disengage cruise
Range Hi Denied510Speed too highTo set high range, reduce ground speed
Range Hi Denied511Loss of CAN bus (service required)To set high range, requires service
Range Hi Denied512Hydraulic fluid too coldTo set high range, let hydraulic fluid warm up
Range Lo Denied602Cruise control engagedTo set low range, disengage cruise
Range Lo Denied603Speed too highTo set low range, reduce ground speed
Range Lo Denied604Loss of CAN bus (service required)To set low range, requires service
Traction Disabled804Parking brake ONFor traction, release parking brake
Traction Disabled805Not in NEUTRALFor traction, move traction pedal to NEUTRAL
Traction Disabled806Out of seatFor traction, operator must be seated
Engine Advisory1205Starter has been active for 30 secondsEngine 30 second starter time out
Engine Advisory1206Replace engine air filterCheck the air filter
Engine Advisory1207Service dueEngine service due approaching
Engine Advisory1208Service past dueEngine service past due
Engine Advisory1209DPF service requiredRegeneration required within 30 minutes
Engine Advisory1210Engine derate due to high temperatureLet engine cool
Engine Advisory1211Engine speed restricted: hydraulic fluid too coldHydraulic fluid is less than 4°C (40°F), so derate the engine speed to 1,650 rpm
Fuel Level1302Fuel level is lowAdd fuel
TP Not Calibrated1402Traction pedal is out of calibrationCalibrate the traction pedal
Teach1500Entered teach modeEntered traction pedal teach—please wait
Teach1502Traction pedal is out of NEUTRALReturn traction pedal to NEUTRAL
Teach1503Slowly move the traction pedal forwardSlowly move the traction pedal forward
Teach1504Neutral forward capture passedNeutral forward capture passed
Teach1505Neutral forward capture failed—too fastNeutral forward capture failed—movement too fast; try again
Teach1506Neutral forward capture failed (out of range)—voltage captured was out of specificationRestart teach mode
Teach1507Move traction pedal to MAX FORWARD and holdMove traction pedal to MAX FORWARD and hold
Teach1508Max forward capture passedMax forward capture passed
Teach1509Max forward capture failed (out of range)—voltage captured was out of specificationRestart teach mode
Teach1510Slowly move the traction pedal in REVERSESlowly move the traction pedal in REVERSE
Teach1511Neutral rev capture passedNeutral rev capture passed
Teach1512Neutral rev capture failed—too fastNeutral rev capture failed—movement too fast; try again
Teach1513Neutral rev capture failed (out of range)—voltage captured was out of specificationRestart teach mode
Teach1514Move traction pedal to MAX REVERSE and holdMove traction pedal to MAX REVERSE and hold
Teach1515Max reverse capture passedMax reverse capture passed
Teach1516Max reverse capture failed (out of range)—voltage captured was out of specificationRestart teach mode
Teach1517TP teach done/values storedExit teach
Teach1518TP teach was unsuccessfulExit teach and try again
Deck Raise Denied1602Out of seatOperator must be seated
Deck Raise Denied1603Parking brake not setSet parking brake
Deck Raise Denied1604Not in NEUTRALReturn traction pedal to NEUTRAL
Deck Raise Denied1605Service requiredContract your Toro distributor
Deck Raise Denied1606All decks not raising togetherIncrease the engine speed to 2,000 rpm, and the decks will raise one at a time when all 3 switches are held down simultaneously