Case IH launches new AFS 700 Plus monitor for Puma and Maxxum

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The new AFS Pro 700 Plus 12" touchscreen monitor is AEF-ISOBUS-compatible and can be positioned either on the Multicontroller armrest or on the baler-bar. - Photo: Case IH
The new AFS Pro 700 Plus 12" touchscreen monitor is AEF-ISOBUS-compatible and can be positioned either on the Multicontroller armrest or on the baler-bar. - Photo: Case IH

For its 2023 model year, Case IH will introduce the new AFS Pro 700 Plus 12″ touchscreen monitors to the Multicontroller and CVXDrive versions of its Maxxum and Puma 150-175 models.

With faster hardware, more memory and a higher storage capacity, the AFS 700 Plus monitor also has a higher screen resolution and glare protection, and connection options for up to 4 external cameras, according to Case IH.

AFS 700 Plus monitor is AEF-ISOBUS-compatible

The touchscreen monitor, like its predecessor, is AEF-ISOBUS-compatible and can be positioned either on the Multicontroller armrest or on the baler-bar. The display layout of the AFS Pro 700 Plus can be configured to suit the operator’s preferences.

As well as machine settings and information, the monitor also manages the tractor’s numerous digital functions, such as transmission, PTO, hydraulic settings and the Case IH AccuGuide steering system.

Store tricky headland manoeuvres

Using the HMC II headland management system, you can store tricky headland manoeuvres using time, route or trigger points, and automatically replay them as a sequence. Combining the functions of AccuGuide and HMC II, AccuTurn Pro starts these sequences automatically, including the turning process itself.

As an option, the same Maxxum and Puma models can also be fitted with telematics. Using its integrated online connection, the driver and farm manager can see and record ISOBUS data from the attachments such as condition, throughput and location. They can also share data across to other tractors in a field using AccuSync.

Real-time farm management with AccuSync

The AccuSync function synchronises Case IH machines fitted with the existing AFS Pro 700 or new AFS 700 Plus monitors. Farmer managers, operators and contractors can exchange and apply up-to-the-minute area maps, waylines and boundaries (inside/outside) between several machines working the same field. As soon as the job is set up on the display, the telematics modem sends it to the cloud, making it available to other vehicles in the fleet. Drivers in secondary vehicles can see these jobs then download and use them in their own vehicles – and each job can be accessed by up to 6 vehicles at a time.

Also read: Case IH increases connectivity with Magnum tractors

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Hugo Claver Web editor for Future Farming



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