Case IH Farm Combine Yield Monitoring
Harvest Solutions Combine Yield Monitoring
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Combines: Monitor Your Harvest
All Case IH Axial-Flow® combines feature integrated yield and moisture monitoring sensors standard from the factory. Case IH was the first manufacturer to offer integrated yield and moisture monitoring in 1997.
Your AFS Pro 700 display serves as your interface to calibrate sensors, view yield and moisture information, monitor combine performance and control machine functions. You don’t have to install anything extra.
Intuitive Solutions, Immediate Results
Harvest is your one and only shot to monitor, map and evaluate data about your crops’ performance. You need intuitive solutions that help you gather information right away, and that’s what AFS provides. You can immediately analyze the performance of different seed varieties and most importantly, you have a system and support team designed to fit the way your farm. Case IH AFS harvest monitoring and mapping tools deliver all your needs.
From Factory To Field
All Case IH Axial-Flow combines feature integrated yield and moisture monitoring sensors standard from the factory. In fact, Case IH was the first to offer this capability direct from the factory in 1997. The AFS Pro 700 display serves as your single interface to calibrate sensors, view yield and moisture information, monitor combine performance and control machine functions.
Case IH AFS harvest application software installed on your AFS Pro 700 monitor automatically adjusts cut width when traveling over odd-shaped fields, point rows or other previously harvested areas. This automated feature prevents inaccurate area and yield calculations when used with a GPS receiver.
Keep accurate records of seed varieties, inputs and performance from planting through harvest automatically with AFS Variety Tracking. Use data from planting for up to 30 different seed varieties per field in conjunction with yield and moisture data tracked at harvest to easily and accurately analyze variety performance.