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Ag Leader introduces Compass display

08/27/2013 @ 8:54am

Thanks to introduction of the new Compass display from Ag Leader Technology, Inc., growers now have a simple and affordable entry-level solution.

“The Compass display was designed for growers who want a display to use primarily for guidance,” says Matt Leinen, Product Manager. “With a built-in lightbar, the Compass display provides on-screen guidance and coverage mapping that allows operators to improve pass-to-pass accuracy and easily track where they have been in the field, reducing costly gaps and overlaps.”

In addition, he adds that the new display is simple to operate and set up guidance operations. “The user doesn’t need to know how to set up field information within the display to operate, with the new event feature they can simply create a new event each time they enter a field and go.”

Key features of the Compass display include:

• Compact design with built-in lightbar

• 7-inch color touchscreen

• Built-in manual guidance

• Combine with OnTrac2+ assisted steering, ParaDyme or GeoSteer automated steering systems for high-end guidance

• Compatibility with ISO 11783 Virtual Terminal Standard

• Full-screen mapping

• Multiple language options

For more information or to locate a dealer, visit www.agleader.com.

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