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Digi-Star Releases ISOBUS Compatible Grain Tracker

April 3, 2014
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Digi-Star introduces the GT 465, an ISOBUS compatible system that allows grain carts operators to utilize the virtual terminal in the tractor cab. The GT 465 is the newest addition to Digi-Star's field management product line.

"The GT 465 gives producers all the functionality of the GT 460 with the added benefits of enhancing remote visibility and reducing cab clutter," said Digi-Star product manager Todd Long. "It also comes standard with AutoLog2 allowing operators to pre-set truck capacity and receive an alarm notification when nearing the target weight in addition to, automatically starting and stopping the recording function each time the PTO is engaged."

There are two mounting options for the GT 465. It can be mounted on the side of grain cart to provide remote visibility for the combine driver or it can be mounted to the front of the cart so the person in the tractor cab can view it while loading or unloading. Changing trucks or fields is a simple touch of the button on your virtual terminal and all the data is captured on the USB in the GT 465.

The GT 465 is an ideal tool for crop insurance reporting as it comes with Grain Tracker software for easy and accurate harvest data.

For more information call (920) 563-1400 or email: sales@digi-star.com.

Digi-Star LLC is headquartered in Fort Atkinson, Wis., with additional facilities and businesses in the Netherlands and United Kingdom. Digi-Star LLC is a global supplier of electronic sensing equipment, precision sensors, displays and software used by farmers and other equipment operators to precisely measure and analyze valuable data from critical farming processes.

Source: Digi-Star LLC

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