The Morris ICT is engineered to prevent overlaps by stopping product flow over the sections that are not required.
- The meter-wheels for each section are always full of seed and fertilizer, which reduces the time required to charge the system when beginning the next pass.
- The ICT system uses a unique hydraulic drive system to engage or disengage the individual metering-wheels that stop the product in each tank from flowing instantly.
- Single-handle clean out door continues from the standard metering system.
- The simple sprocket-driven system is visible to the operator when inspecting the tanks, and its function is intuitive.
- The simple on and off set-up gives the operator a much more cost-effective and less complicated way to conserve crop inputs.
- Electric sensors to verify the system is working and displayed on the monitor.
- The electric GPS system is transmitted to the Topcon X30 controller. The controller then signals the hydraulic valve, which engages or disengages the gear drive system, for the metering wheels.
- With the simple sprocket-driven system, the metering-wheel is either engaged and turning, or is stopped.
- Gates can be closed to inspect meter wheels.
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