Case IH AFS ElectriSteer
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The Perfect Alternative
AFS ElectriSteer assisted steering solution provides producers with an affordable, easy-to-install autoguidance solution to their equipment without autoguidance. AFS ElectriSteer utilizes the same user-interface and precision farming functionality as AFS AccuGuide autoguidance systems. ElectriSteer has an operating speed of 1.0-15+ mph, which will enable you to gain all the benefits of autoguidance regardless of the operation you are conducting in the field.
The motor drive unit that mounts to the steering wheel features a high-torque, positive-gear drive that provides whisper-quiet operation even in the most demanding of vehicles. The high-speed drive motor allows for quick correction response to ensure your vehicle is always on the guidance line. The split-ring assembly allows for easy removal and transferability for use in multiple vehicles.
Equipment Control Unit (ECU)
The Equipment Control Unit (ECU) that is included within the AFS ElectriSteer kit features a built-in onboard compass that determines vehicle heading and allows for reverse operation if required. The ECU also features built-in inertial measurement to measure roll/pitch/yaw terrain compensation. That allows accurate autoguidance operation that takes into consideration any terrain changes experienced in the field.
The Receiver To Match
AccuStar GPS receiver from Case IH features simple operation to quickly and cost-effectively equip late-model tractors or combines with guidance capabilities.
Affordable & Effective
Producers can accurately map fields and save on fuel, labor and input costs with the new AccuStar receiver. This affordable GPS receiver features simple and intuitive operation to quickly and cost-effectively upgrade previous-generation tractors or combines capabilities. Once operators install the magnetic base and harnessing, they can immediately begin georeferencing exact data points in the field.
- ElectriSteer assisted steering
- GPS positioning for combine yield mapping
- Stand-alone GPS applications
- Providing GPS to third-party displays and/or applications