BALER MOISTURE SENSING
It is imperative to record bale moisture, as an over-wet crop will spoil and be useless. The BigBaler moisture sensor uses two star wheels to penetrate the bale and an electric current is passed through to determine the exact moisture of the bale. This is then displayed on the IntelliView™ monitor which prevents unready crop from being baled, and enables the precise application of additive.
PRECISE ADDITIVE APPLICATION
All forage harvesters and BigBalers are equipped with precise additive application systems which interface with the on-board moisture sensors to deliver the precise amount of crop additive to guarantee quality.
ON THE GO ACTIVEWEIGH™ SYSTEM
Bale weighing sensors are integrated into the bale discharge chute of the BigBaler and register the weight of the bale at the point at which it becomes free from the chute, just before it drops to the ground. The ActiveWeigh™ system is independent of bale length, field conditions and baler movement. All information, including single bale weight, average weight, total weight and ton per hour are all displayed on the IntelliView™ monitor. Furthermore, this all happens while you continue to pick up for non-stop baling. If that wasn’t enough, a 2% accuracy level means you’ll produce the bales as precisely as required.
IDENTIFY EACH AND EVERY BALE WITH CROP ID
The Crop ID™ system records information in real time about every bale. As the bale passes through the chamber, an empty radio frequency ID tag is applied, and when it exits the chamber, and passes off the chute, the information recorded by the Crop ID™ Precision Information Processor, including bale weight, moisture content, date and time and its GPS location, are transferred onto the tag. An infrared scanner can be used to read the tag and to ensure the correct bale is selected for every situation.
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