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16 July 2014 11:33:59|Machinery and Equipment,News,Products

Flexible control with the all-new DICKEY-john IntelliAg MVT Control System


DICKEY-john IntelliAg MVT Control System

DICKEY-john IntelliAg MVT Control System

For growers across the UK, knowing what type of product control system to invest in for controlling crop inputs can be a difficult choice with an increasing number of different options available. The all-new DICKEY-john® IntelliAg® MVT Control System, available from Cambridgeshire based precision farming specialists AS Communications (UK) Ltd, provides a flexible control system that can be easily expanded when needed.
The IntelliAg MVT Control System is a two-channel control system for drills and planters which allows for the application of two separate products while simultaneously monitoring up to 84 seed sensors for individual row performance and population. In addition, the system offers optional manual individual row section control and can be used as a planter population monitor only, if required.
The IntelliAg MVT monitor comes with a high-definition, 4.3” (10.9 cm) display for easy viewing, rotary dial and combination of eight keys for easy operation and setup. In-cab operations include programming, material selection, rate change and optional row control. Different seed monitor views such as seed multiples, population and seed skips are also available.
For application control and seed monitoring, the IntelliAg MVT Control System uses an external Planter Control Module (PCM) that mounts externally to an implement. The PCM can further be used as the main module on ISO Bus system to accept other member modules and to accommodate additional seed sensors for drills and planters larger than 12 rows.

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