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Lindsay introduces VISION for laterals

Agriculture.com Staff 09/11/2012 @ 2:28pm

Lindsay Corporation, maker of Zimmatic irrigation systems, has announced the addition of VISION for laterals, automatic control for lateral irrigation systems.

“VISION for laterals creates an entirely new experience for growers thanks to its user-friendly design that allows irrigators to automatically control their systems with just the touch of a button,” says Reece Andrews, new technology product manager at Lindsay. “It’s 15 times faster to program than other laterals panels and has a user-friendly interface that gives the operator a quick view of key information and reduces errors with easy, accurate programming with GPS positioning.”

VISION’s “EZ Water Wizard” saves water and labor by automatically varying the water rates so that the lateral never has to complete a dry run, and no area is over- or under-watered. Up to 20 water zones can be created in just a few steps with the product.

VISION for laterals features enhanced shutdown diagnostics, works on multiple field options and is designed specifically for Zimmatic 9500L irrigation systems.

“The system’s versatility is really unmatched. Our patent-pending EZ Water Wizard is a breakthrough in a grower’s ability to work smarter thanks to the system’s intelligent operation. Plus, the software is tailored to square and rectangular fields, so it fully automates normal lateral functionality,” says Andrews. “We are excited about this addition to our product line that gives growers another tool to improve field management in a user-friendly and efficient way.”

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