The latest Cemis 1200 terminal for steering, data transfer and precision applications has been introduced by Claas, replacing the current S10 display and developed in-house by Claas for its full range of combines, forage harvesters and tractors as a factory fit option. The S7 terminal will remain available but only as a retrofit option.
Its design follows that of the Cebis Touch terminal and features a 12-inch touchscreen with a familiar layout, while the receiver and steering technology has been integrated following a collaboration with Trimble. The company states that using proven steering technology has reduced development costs, meaning the Cemis 1200 will be available at a competitive price.
In addition to working as a standard Universal Terminal for ISOBUS compatible implements, the terminal comes ready to use with the ISO-TC Basic task management function, which enables two-way file transfer via the Claas Telematics API system. As previously reported on the site, the terminal is also compatible with Hutchinsons Omnia farm management software, with others becoming available as software programmes are updated.
With the use of an unlock code, other ISOBUS functions can also be used with the terminal:
- TC-SC to enable section control with compatible machines;
- TC-GEO for data recording and the transfer of data for mapping programmes;
- Variable Rate Application to allow the terminal to be used as a controller for comptiable implements.
Data is sent and received via the new SAT 900 GNSS smart receiver, which can be quickly transferred between machines as required. Each Cemis 1200 terminal also comes as standard with a five-year SATCOR 15 license for steering guidance to an accuracy of 15cm, with the option to unlock full RTK guidance.
For more information go to www.claas.co.uk