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John Deere Introduces Smarter S700 Combines

Are you a grain farmer? The most developed grain harvesting innovation from front to back is highlighted in the combines and headers John Deere is presenting for its version 2018 creation. This incorporates four new S700 Combine models (S760, S770, S780 and S790) that offer manufacturers noteworthy enhancements in "smart" innovation, enhanced operator comfort and better information, alongside the 700C/FC Series Corn Heads and 700D Drapers for more effective grain reaping.

Expanding on the demonstrated field performance of the S600 Combines presented in 2012, the new S700 Combines consolidate the most recent in computerized harvesting innovation/technology. Huge numbers of these progressions make it simpler on the tractor operator by enabling the combines to make required alterations automatically, in a hurry.


“These new S700 Combines are a culmination of enhancements to our previous model that optimize and automate harvesting operations for coarse and small grains,” says Kevin Ripple, marketing manager for harvest at John Deere. “We’ve enhanced the overall intelligence of these combines by automating more adjustments and calibration tasks, and improved the lifetime durability and productivity of front-end equipment to create a high performance harvesting solution unlike any other on the market today.”

To make it less demanding for operators of the tractor to make good use of the performance of their new S700 Combine, John Deere presents the Combine Advisor™ bundle. Combine Advisor fuses seven advances to enable the tractor operator to set, improve and robotize the combine for the best harvesting performance in light of their product and field conditions.

Auto Maintain is a capacity inside Combine Advisor that is bolstered with ActiveVision™ cameras. “These cameras give the operator a view into the tailings and clean grain elevators via the display, and analyze the information to maintain optimal threshing performance based on operator set targets,” Ripple explains.

Another expansion to the S700 Combines is Active Yield innovation that consequently aligns the mass stream sensor. This spares time by taking out the requirement for manual alignments and guarantees the best information is gathered.

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The greatest physical distinction clients will find in the S700 Combines contrasted with past models is in the cab. This begins with another best in class CommandCenter, giving a typical user experience over Deere's bigger tractor and self-impelled sprayer lines, that underlines customization and operator comfort. Continue reading..


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