Control system for implements
with up to four metering drives
The ISOBUS DRILL-Controller seeder is a control system for implements with up to four metering drives (MULTI-Control). The job computer regulates, monitors and controls the connected hydraulic functions of a seeder.
The rate is regulated according to the set target rates for each metering unit with up to four different products (seed and fertiliser). Both electric and hydraulic motors can be used to achieve regulation.
For implements with more than two metering drives, the system is extended with an additional job computer. This solution is therefore ideal for all manufacturers, from the simple one-hopper implements all the way to complex large-scale implements with simultaneous spreading of fertiliser and seed.
- ISOBUS system tested according to AEF specifications
- Supports different blockage systems, Configurable software
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The ME-Configurator facilitates the configuration of the functional scope of the implement:
The terminal display can be customised to suit individual needs, softkeys and screen elements can be easily arranged on the interface per drag and drop. The implement functions can be edited in each menu. The assignment to specific hydraulic functions is pre-defined.
This tool can be used with different authorisation levels. The unrestricted expert mode can be used after extensive training from Müller-Elektronik.
MULTI-Control: Extension of the Task-Controller Functionality
Perfect for complex work processes with simultaneous multiple application. With MULTI-Control, multiple products with individual prescription maps can be assigned to the implement. It also includes MULTI SECTION-Control, so that it meets the highest requirements for precision farming.
AIRidium® – Seed-Precise Detection of Seed in Pneumatic Seeders
AIRidium® is a measuring system for seed-precise blockage monitoring of a large variety of seeds in pneumatic seeders. This sensor therefore enables seeding without calibration.
|The patented Piezo sensor technology compels with high measurement accuracy and sturdiness. The system comprises both sensors and a master control unit (ECU), which performs the evaluation. In addition to the precise counting of large seeds such as peas and corn, fine seeds like rapeseed can be detected under the most difficult conditions (vibrations and dust). In contrast, optical sensors get dirty very fast and must be cleaned regularly.|