The T-Series is equipped with powerful control systems that transform operating efficiency and make harvesting easier. AutoTrac™ self-steering with the next generation StarFire™ receiver provides a new level of accuracy. Machine Sync automated unloading is a game-changer for harvest logistics. Plus a well-equipped and spacious cab with intuitive controls that guarantee a great result.
T. STRESS-FREE HARVESTING
Clear icon-driven menus, programmable buttons and automation tools make operating and set-up easy.
Clear menus and a shortcut bar make navigating easy. For instance, using QuickLine you can record an AB line at the press of a single button. You can also drag and drop sections to create your own display screens and store them for future use. There are also pre-set values or you can store your own settings for use in another field.
PRACTICAL REMOTE CAMERAS
Up to 4 remote cameras can be specified including one on the spout for spill-free unloading and another on the rear axle for easier hook-ups with the header trailer.
ONE HAND OPERATION
All the important controls are in the hydrohandle such as the unloading auger, feederhouse raising and lowering, header reel control and AutoTrac™ activation.
AUTOMATED HARVESTING SYSTEMS
The T-Series is equipped with several useful automation tools to help produce consistently high quality harvesting throughout the day.
Interactive Combine Adjust (ICA)
This helps optimise the combine set-up. The operator simply follows an interactive menu which gives recommendations for settings based on the harvest priorities (losses, grain quality – broken kernels and dirt level, straw quality). It even suggests external adjustments to the combine. The goal is to tell the combine the desired output: loss level, grain and straw quality and grain tank cleanliness.
This automatic speed management system lets you run your combine close to its capacity, or loss limit by automatically adjusting the combine’s speed to maximise the desired outputs set by AutoMaintain. It takes multiple calibration points at different speeds and throughput levels, across the typical working range. This greatly improves sensitivity to different conditions and delivers precise control.