Topcon Precision Agriculture recently announced its new System 350 for global precision agriculture, featuring the new all-in-one X30 control console.
“With all new hardware and a revolutionary new interface, Topcon’s System 350 truly sets the industry standard for performance in virtually every conceivable area of farming operations," said Albert Zahalka, TPA president.”
Key features of the new offering include:
– 12.1 inch multi-touch screen
– 1.6 GHz central processor
– IP67 rated to withstand the harsh of environmental conditions
– New Topcon interface with extensive features, including up to three mini-view windows, user definable dashboard view, interactive keyboard, and detailed information displays;
– High accuracy autosteering, up to 2 cm when used with Topcon AGI-3 receiver/steering controller;
– 32-section auto-control
– Multiple guideline settings, including straight, adaptive curve and center pivot
– Detailed job summary reports for data tracking and multi-year analysis.
Icon-based management of multiple simultaneous precision farming tasks, including autosteering settings, variable rate application for single and multi products, autosection control, data logging, mapping, and implement setup.
In the areas of guidance, rate control and information, the X30 provides an array of options, including variable rate control, a configurable alarm system, job reports, automatic field recognition, and multiple boundary creation, said Zahalka. “The X30 is the perfect — and total — solution for any size farming operation.”
The system’s ISO virtual terminal interface provides direct configuration capabilities for a majority of the industry’s standard plug-and-play controllers, including AGCO, Case International Harvester, John Deere, DICKEY-john, Great Plains, and TeeJet, among others.
Zahalka added, “There is no system on the market that’s easier to set up and operate than the System 350 with X30. Its modern design, large touch screen, icon-based user interface and multiple applications and features provide the future of precision farming operations today.”
For more information visit www.topconpa.com.