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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

It’s a lot colder today, and very windy, so it’s not very pleasant to be outside… like yesterday’s 70+F temperatures were VERY pleasant!  There are snow flurries coming down today.  Not a lot, but enough to say it’s snowing again!

Today, John and Brandon are finishing the installation of a Voyager camera to the back side of the JD 2510H applicator.  This will assist John as he maneuvers in hooking up to the wagons of ammonia.

On the back side of the 2510H applicator, here is the little Voyager camera that will assist when hooking up the wagons of NH3.

On the back side of the 2510H applicator near the hitch, here is the little Voyager camera that will assist when hooking up the wagons of NH3.

He was able to integrate this one into the system already on board the tractor.  Using a special adapter cable, he now can display the camera’s images through the CommandCenter display on the armrest.   No longer will we need to clutter up the cab with an additional video display!

This is the video display from the new camera installation.  It appears on the Command Center on the armrest of the JD 9360R tractor

This is the video display from the new camera installation. It appears on the Command Center on the armrest of the JD 9360R tractor

The JD 4730 sprayer is coming in next for the oil and filters to be changed.

The 4730 sprayer will get new engine oil and all new filters.  John is replacing the cab air filters.

The 4730 sprayer will get new engine oil and all new filters. John is replacing the cab air filters.

All in all, a good day to be inside.

 

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