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Grimme splits operator interface on 2 Isobus terminals

With Grimme MultiTerminal it’s possible to split the operator interface of 1 machine on 2 Isobus terminals to display various settings simultaneously.

More and more tractors are coming supplied with Isobus terminals as standard. This gives customers the option to display part of the operator interface on the tractor terminal and the other part on an external Isobus terminal.

When the machine is connected to the tractor via Isobus for the first time, a setup wizard starts automatically. The user defines in the setup wizard if he will use 1 or 2 terminals.

Improved clarity

According to Grimme the operator gets significantly improved clarity and faster access possibilities of the machine functions and improved visibility of the status parameter with the patent pending MultiTerminal.

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When the machine is connected to the tractor via Isobus for the first time, a setup wizard starts automatically. The user defines in the setup wizard if he will use 1 or 2 terminals. - Photo: Grimme
When the machine is connected to the tractor via Isobus for the first time, a setup wizard starts automatically. The user defines in the setup wizard if he will use 1 or 2 terminals. - Photo: Grimme

Less changing between the different levels of the machine operation should be another advantage. “The MultiTerminal function significantly facilitates the operation of the often complex machines and thus increases the driver’s ability to concentrate,” says Grimme.

The MultiTerminal is standard for all bunker harvesters in the EVO-series from 2019 onwards.

Amazone uses tablet

Grimme claims that they are the first to offer this possibility. However, Amazone will also show a split operator interface at Agritechnica. This system, called AmaTron Twin, uses a tablet as a second display.

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