Auto section control & proof of placement | Variable rate control | ISO compatibility & dynamic control for on-board computer integration | Hydraulic valve control
The use of crop sensing technology in cereal and grain crops is one of the fastest growing segments in precision farming.
Topcon CropSpec crop canopy sensors work with either the X35 or X25 consoles to monitor in-field variability. CropSpec units mount on the cabin roof out of harm’s way, providing the largest sensor footprint in the industry, attaining more accuracy in application. CropSpec sensors measure plant reflectance to determine chlorophyll content, which correlates to nitrogen concentration in the leaf. This non-destructive, non-contact measurement method provides accurate, stable readings with repeatable values.
A Powerful Console for Machine Control and Autosteering
The X25 features the same farmer-friendly on-screen navigation menus, drag-and-drop mini-views and user configurable dashboard as its bigger sibling, the X30. It can simultaneously display 3 separate functions on-screen and is rugged, reliable, easy-to-use, and offers ISO compatibility. It allows adoption of precision farming practices into more operations to lower input costs, increase machine automation, and enable higher operational efficiency. The X25 is available with feature packages that provide flexibility for virtually any size operation.
Athene is a full-featured hydraulic belt spreader solution that is based on proven technology and decades of industry experience from RDS Technology, a recent acquisition of Topcon. Offering industry leading spreading control to support granular belt fertilizer spreaders. Athene is an ISOBUS ECU with an ISO-UT (Universal Terminal) user interface.
10-30 section control for spreading or spraying
The Topcon ASC-10 auto section controller provides ten-section sprayer or spreader control and handles point rows or triangular-shaped fields with ease. ASC-10 automatically switches sections on and off as you cross previously applied areas, move outside field boundaries, or cross exclusion zones.