The StarFire 3000 receiver works seamlessly with all accuracy levels (EGNOS, SF1, SF2 and RTK) and all John Deere guidance systems – from the manual steering support (Parallel Tracking) to integrated automatic steering (AutoTrac).
The full-color display gives full monitoring and control over all their solutions you use in your John Deere tractor, baler, combine or sprayer. It’s easy to understand and use and is packed with all the power and features you need for years of high-end productivity.
The CSAT3 has a 10 cm vertical measurement path and operates in a pulsed acoustic mode. The three orthogonal wind components (ux, uy, uz) and the speed of sound (c) are measured and output at a maximum rate of 60 Hz. Analog outputs and two types of digital outputs are provided.
Measurements can be triggered from from the CSAT3’s internal clock, the PC-generated RS-232 command, or the datalogger’s SDM command. The SDM protocol supports a group trigger for synchronizing multiple CSAT3s.
The EM38-MK2 provides measurement of both the quad-phase (conductivity) and in-phase (magnetic susceptibility) components within two distinct depth ranges, all simultaneously, without any requirement for soil-to-instrument contact. With a maximum effective depth of exploration of 1.5 m, applications in agriculture, archaeology and general soil sciences are common.
The H2 Classic GrainGage allows you to collect field data more efficiently than ever. First, its slope and motion sensors work to compensate for machine motion and vibration, whether weighing on-the-go or while stopped. Second, with its new design, the H2 Classic now collects test weight, moisture, and plot weight data simultaneously, letting you move to the next plot much faster—up to 240 plots per hour.
Real Time Kinematic (RTK) satellite navigation is a technique used to enhance the precision of position data derived from satellite-based positioning systems (global navigation satellite systems, GNSS) such as GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou. It uses measurements of the phase of the signal's carrier wave, rather than the information content of the signal, and relies on a single reference station or interpolated virtual station to provide real-time corrections, providing up to centimeter-level accuracy.
Root development and function are vitally important for plant adaptation to the environment. The understanding of root biology is critically necessary to facilitate the improvement of crop performance, especially in the face of environmental constraints. The CI-600 is the only instrument available that enables researchers to capture non-destructive, high resolution, digital images to observe the development and function of a plant’s root system.