Leica Announces Updates
Leica Geosystems recently announced several compatibility and capability updates for a range of its ag guidance products.
Compatibility with the SteerDirect hydraulic kit solution continues to grow with another four series of tractors added. Autospray with Direct Section Control for Amazone Amatron+ Controller using the Leica mojo3D has been added to the ever increasing list of compatible controllers. At the same time a new antenna bracket and cables will be introduced on the market.
SteerDirect Hydraulics Updates to the SteerDirect hydraulic solution proceed with two more kits covering an additional range of vehicles:
- Hydraulic Hose Kit – Case IH MX up to #JAZ126070 (Available Now)
- Hydraulic Hose Kit & Supplementary Kit – John Deere 8×20 (Available Now)
- Hydraulic Hose Kit – John Deere 9xx0 (Available June 29)
- Hydraulic Hose Kit – Large Frame Case IH STX (Available June 29)
Furthermore, a High Flow Kit will be released shortly, which covers vehicles that require a higher hydraulic flow (such as 4WD articulated vehicles). At release, two common series of vehicles will be supported (High Flow valve kit available June 29).
Amazone Amatron+ Direct Section Control Kit
This addition means that Leica mojo3D customers can Autospray with Direct Section Control now supported for the Amazone Amatron+ which further enhances the product compatibility of the Leica mojo3D, announced in April (available June 15).
New antenna bracket and generic antenna extension cables
To allow a wider range of installation options for the Leica Red, Black and GeoPro Agriculture antennas, a mounting bracket has been made available. This bracket rigidly attaches to the base of the antenna to provide a secure mounting option on existing vehicle brackets or attachment points. To ease the installation on a wider range of vehicles the generic antenna extension cable allows the extension of any of the Agriculture antenna cables if necessary (Available June 15).
For more information about Leica Geosystems agriculture products visit www.AgGuidance.com.