Topcon recently introduced the System 250 automatic steering application, and several new steering kits for it AES-25 electric steering system.
Topcon Precision Agriculture’s new System 250 autosteering application combines multi-constellation and combination receiver/controller features of its AGI-3 with the all-in-one control features of Topcon’s X20 console.
A wide range of off-road vehicles are supported for the System 250, utilizing either direct interface through CANbus or ISObus, or the high-performance AES-25 Electric Steering. The system is designed specifically for parallel autosteering operations.
The X20 console provides farming operators with technological tools to combat the increasing cost of fuel, chemicals and fertilizers and the need to ensure improved environmental control. It is a completely integrated controller with modular extensions designed to control every aspect of agricultural system management including, spraying, seeding, spreading, fertilizing, autosection control, variable rate control and the all new CropSpec crop canopy sensor.
Topcon also released six new AES-25 electric steering kits. The new kits “maximize electric steering performance in a variety of farm vehicles,” according to Rod Haarberg, North American sales manager.
The new kits are available for standard row crop tractors, articulating tractors, track tractors, sprayers, combines and windrowers. Kits are available for the following brands: CIH, Fendt, John Deere, New Holland, Buhler, RoGator, Gleaner, and MacDon.
For more information visit the Topcon web site.