With the Isobus-standardized Comfort-Terminal from Mueller Elektronik (Germany) users can use one terminal for all their Isobus machines. The terminal’s functions can be expanded via apps.
WITH THE ISOBUS-UT APP (UNIVERSAL TERMINAL) this device meets the Isobus 11783 standard and can be used on any machine which complies with this standard, regardless of manufacturer. In addition to machine control (Isobus-UT app) the Comfort-Terminal is fitted as standard with Isobus task processing (Isobus-TC app), enabling data management and prescription maps in ISO-XML format.
All the details can be viewed at a glance on the 10,4 inch screen. The upper section of the screen contains the header and the lower section displays machine operation information. Information for a second application (e.g. task processing) can be displayed in the header; this minimizes switching of the main screen.
The App & Go concept enables a range of functions to be added to the terminal. In addition to parallel tracking (Track-Leader app) and automatic steering (Track-Leader TOP), the terminal also offers the option of GPS-assisted section control (Section-Control app). And the comprehensive range of accessories such as cameras, an S-BOX, a Lightbar and a joystick are provided.
All terminals are fitted with an integral Tractor-ECU (TECU) as standard. Even in tractors without Isobus, this enables that the machines receive information such as forward speed, PTO speed, working position and direction of travel. This information is essential nowadays because it is needed for precision farming applications.
The App & Go concept
This concept requires access to the company’s App-Store, which, starting December, will enable users to activate apps online as needed. With the input of the serial number and the activation code of the terminal a license key will be generated in the shop, with which the customer can activate an app. Almost each app can be tested for free for 50 hours. The customers themselves can decide if and what apps they want to use.
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