Case IH is introducing new know-how and configurations to assist producers match planting and product software to their wants.
For mannequin yr 2021, Case IH is saying the new ISO Planter Management for 2000 sequence Early Riser planters.
The new planter management possibility fives operators the power to view high-resolution as-applied planting knowledge in actual time. With the AFS Professional 1200 show, the know-how will ship in-cab planter management, which might work together with a number of implements and machines, no matter producer, says Case IH.
“We’re increasingly hearing how operators with mixed-brand fleets need the ability to control and adjust their 2000 Early Riser planter from any tractor. This ISOBUS-compatible display delivers that solution, along with simple plug-and-play operation,” says David Brennan, Case IH planter advertising supervisor. “ISO Planter Control is seamlessly integrated into the cab with a single display to simplify operation and minimize cab clutter.”
The corporate says that with the new interface, run screens may be configured to show protection, varieties, planter journey, spacing, floor contact, skips, and extra.
Along with the new planter management possibility, Case IH can be introducing a 90 foot growth possibility for the FA 1030 air growth applicator for both the Titan 3540 or 4540 floater.
“The FA 1030 air boom applicator is helping operators get more done in tight windows and challenging conditions — and these new configurations and options will help them better optimize their productivity,” says Mark Burns, Case IH software tools advertising supervisor. “The new 90-ft. boom option paired with 320 cubic feet of struck capacity enables operators to make the most of their time in the field.”
The FA 1030 presents variable fee product software and left or proper growth part management to additional optimize product supply. Operators can choose from a variety of bin choices, together with single-double-and triple-bin configurations — spreading as much as three merchandise and as much as 1200 kilos per acre of whole product, at 10 miles per hour.