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Kuhn to showcase next generation Kuhn-ISOBUS technology at CropTec


Kuhn Farm Machinery will be demonstrating its latest ISOBUS-compatible in-cab control technology at CropTec, with visitors to the Kuhn stand (Hall 1, stand no 1.15) able to take part in an interactive demonstration of the new CCI 800 working with the CCI A3 joystick.

The CCI 800 is a more compact alternative to the existing CCI 1200, offering an 8 inch screen with multi-touch functionality significantly enhancing ease of operation.  It can be used to control any ISOBUS-ready machine, enabling operators to select one universal terminal to control multiple implements, thereby reducing in-cab clutter. The CCI 800 can control functionalities such as section control, variable rate application adjustment, work recording and documentation generation, making the operation of all compatible machines easier, quicker and more efficient.

The CCI 800’s flexible layout display can be configured to suit the individual operator’s preferences or machine’s requirements and has been designed to be easy and intuitive to use.  It has the capability of managing up to 254 sections within section control, or 32 control points within rate control, giving it almost limitless potential within precision farming applications. Two control points allow separate metering to the left and right when spreading fertiliser. Tramline Control automatically creates tramlines via GPS.

Kuhn’s new CCI A3 joystick connects into KUHN’s CCI terminals to provide an enhanced interactive control option over the functionality of ISOBUS compatible machinery. Clear display icons, interchangeable grids and a vibration feedback function make the joystick a highly ergonomic control device for the user.

The CCI 800 terminal and A3 joystick have been developed through Kuhn’s participation and membership of the CCI-ISOBUS Association of which Kuhn is a founding member and are designed to operate across Kuhn’s range of arable and grass harvesting machinery.


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