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|Number of rows||16|
|Row spacing||40 in.|
|Fold configuration||3-section, hydraulic over center stack-fold|
|Frame tube size||17.8 x 17.8 cm
7 x 7 in.
|Fold-and-go from tractor cab||Yes|
|Flexibility||7.5 up and down degree (angle)|
|Type||Tractor 3-point hitch|
|Lift assist wheels||Base equipment. Heavy-duty lift-assist wheels for semi-integral operations|
|Tires||2 - 12.5L-15SL 20 Ply|
|Number of cylinders||2|
|Base||4 - 7.60-15, 6 PR traction implement|
|Quantity||4 on frame|
|Depth gauging||(2) semi-pneumatic wheels - 4 1/2 x 16 in.|
|Adjustment||T-handle, 1/4 to 4 depth in 1/4 increments in.|
|Row unit seed hoppers||Capacity
Mini hopper - 1/16 buMaterial
|Row unit down force||Pneumatic
Base equipment, infinitely adjustable to 400 lb
|Scrapers, opener blades||Steel straight blade
|Seed tube sensors||Base equipment|
|Radial bean meter||NA|
|Central Commodity System||Seed capacity
|Base||3-motor hydraulic variable rate drive|
|Number of drive wheels||NA|
|Drive wheel disconnect||NA|
|Counter shaft||7/8 hex in.|
|Drill shaft||7/8 hex in.|
|Shear bolt protection|
|Less marker option|
|Rubber tire closing system||Wheel
(2) rubber tires w/nylon wheel - 1 x 12 in.Position
In-line or staggeredAdjustment
|Cast iron closing system||NA|
|Disk closing system||NA|
|Drag closing system||NA|
|Insecticide only hopper||NA|
|Herbicide only hopper||NA|
|Insecticide and herbicide hopper||NA|
|.63-in. fluted blade (25 flutes)|
|.7-in. fluted blade (13 flutes)|
|1-in. fluted blade (8 flutes)|
|Row tillage support hanger|
|Cons. furrower w/ leading cutout blade|
|V-wing bed sweeps|
|Row cleaner - unit-mounted DD fert. opener|
|Row cleaner - unit-mounted coulter|
|Onboard / towed / tractor tanks||NA|
|Pump rate (GPA)|
|Fertilizer opener type|
|Flow divider distribution system|
|Pressure manifold distribution system|
|Transport width (with markers)||NA|
|Transport width (without markers)||23, 8 ft, in.|
|Transport length||13 ft|
|Transport height||13, 2 ft, in.|
|Transport weight||14,500 lb|
|Transport underframe clearance|
|Field operation width,|
|Field operation length|
|Recommended tractor horsepower||225 hp|
|Recommended tractor hydraulics||2250 psi|
|Warranty length||1 year|
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Controlling input costs and improving productivity are key producer requirements today. RowCommand is an effective, integrated John Deere solution designed to meet these intensifying needs. The RowCommand system manages seed output, reduces yield drag and improves harvest capabilities on all Pro-Shaft™-driven row-units—on both Pro-Series XP and MaxEmerge™ XP planter.
RowCommand controls seed output by incorporating individual, low-amperage clutches inside the Pro-Shaft drive gearbox. Clutches are completely enclosed within the gearbox housing to protect them from the elements and harsh operating conditions.
When power is supplied, either manually or through John Deere Section Control, clutches disengage the seed meters and the seed flow stops. Controlling seed output at individual rows reduces overplanting in point rows and maximizes seed placement when entering/exiting headlands.
RowCommand is available as a factory-installed option or as an attachment for field conversion (AFC) attachment. The RowCommand system is designed for the entire list of planter models as follows.
NOTE: Factory installation of RowCommand will replace one-half or one-third width disconnect clutch components on the planter drive.
|Planter model||Row configuration|
|1725||12Row narrow, 12Row wide, and 16Row narrow|
|1725 CCS™||16Row narrow, 12x2 TR|
|1775NT||12Row, 16Row, and 24Row narrow|
|1775NT CCS||12Row, 16Row, and 24Row narrow|
|1795||12/23Row, 12/24Row and 16/31Row, 16/32Row|
|DB 44||24Row22 in.|
|DB 58||32Row22 in.|
|DB 60||36Row20 in. or 47Row15 in.|
|DB 66||36Row22 in.|
|DB 80||32Row30 in. or 48Row20 in.|
|DB 88||48Row22 in.|
|DB 90||36Row30 in.|
|DB 120||48Row30 in.|
|DR 16R40||16Row40 in.|
|DR 18R38||18Row38 in.|
RowCommand is also compatible and designed to fit on model year 2003 to 2008 (serial number range 700101 - 729999) planter models listed above that do not have CAN-based frame control or CAN-based half-width disconnect. For model year 2008 and earlier planters (serial number -729999 and below), the correct AFC bundle attachment along with additional components (planter mainframe monitoring harness, SeedStar™ 2 or SeedStar XP controller, CAN adapter harness) are required for RowCommand operation.
For all RowCommand eligible planters equipped with a mechanical transmission, a height sensor is required in order for RowCommand functionality.
NOTE: RowCommand is compatible on MaxEmerge XP row-units with vacuum and corn-finger pickup meters. However, for Pro-Series XP™ row-units, RowCommand is compatible on vacuum meters only and is not compatible on corn-finger pickup meters. There is a select group of planters that might have Pro-Series XP row-units with corn-finger pickup meters in which RowCommand will not be compatible.
RowCommand is a simple and efficient means to control individual row planting through the use of low-voltage electric clutches. Each clutch, when activated, consumes no more than 0.5 amp.
By design, power is only supplied to the clutch when a signal is received to stop planting. In a normal planting condition no power is supplied and the clutch is de-energized.
Power for the RowCommand system is provided from the nine-pin ISO implement connector. All late-model 8X00 and 9X00 Series John Deere Tractors equipped with the nine-pin ISO implement connector are capable of supplying ample power for system operation.
Along with ample system power, a GreenStar™ 2 Display and SeedStar 2 or SeedStar XP monitoring is required for operation and control interface. The GreenStar 2 Display is where system setup, control settings, and manual control functions are performed.
A set of ISO hydraulic couplers is available as an attachment for 1720 CCS™, 1770NT CCS, 1790 Planters. They can also be installed on the 16row40 and 18row38 custom integral planters. Couplers are intended to be used with an auger to fill the CCS tanks with seed.
Couplers are located on the stairway to the CCS tank platform.
System will hook up under pressure. The system utilizes a push/pull knob for on/off operation.
A 25-micron filter is included with the system. Oil is from the planter CCS fan circuit and contamination must be kept to a minimum.
Rubber tire wheels are recommended for most conventional, minimum-till, and no-till planting conditions. Multiple levels of spring force are available, and are easily set with the integrated T-handle adjustment.
Cast-iron wheels are recommended for use in tough soil conditions where additional closing force is required.
The disk closing system is recommended for very shallow planting depths. Two small disks are used to gently firm soil around the seed. These disks are followed by a wide packer wheel to gently pack the soil surface. This system is not recommended for use in high residue applications.
Used in tilled soil to move dry soil away from the planting unit path to plant in moist soil.
NOTE: Cannot be used on row spacing of less than 30 in.
Furrowers are used in conservation tillage conditions to sweep trash and a small volume of soil to the sides to clear a path for the planting unit.
Furrowers have alternating right and left-hand leading blade to assure straight planter draft.
Effectiveness of furrowers is limited by the trash-cutting ability of the attachment.
Available with two 13-in. solid blades or with a notched blade in the leading position. Leading notched blade provides improved cutting action.
The blade mounting bracket is adjustable to change the contact angle for improved sweeping action.
Depth is easily adjustable. Convenient pointer and scale give easy-to-read reference point.
Furrowers are not compatible with unit or frame-mounted coulters.
Drive chain shields are required when using conservation disk furrower with planters that have drive/gauge wheels mounted to the rear. (Not required on 1760, 1770 12Row30 or 1780 Planters.)
Includes pointer, scale, and large easy-to-use adjustment knob for convenient adjustment to desired working depth.
Required with tine tooth tillage, conservation furrower, and V-wing attachments when ordered as extra equipment.
1) Not compatible with unit- or frame-mounted coulters or heavy-duty parallel arms.
2) For MaxEmerge™ 2 planters built prior to June 1991, order A52092 cast lower parallel arm.
Recommended for extremely sticky soils where even rotary scrapers have problems keeping Tru-VeeTM disks clean.
Scraper blades are heat treated for added wear.
The screw-adjust, unit-mounted row cleaner is mounted directly to the face plate of the row unit, placing the ground-engaging components just in front of the row unit opener blades and depth gauge wheels. This close proximity allows the gauge wheels to control the depth of the row cleaner as well as the row unit. This compact design also allows greater compatibility with fertilizer openers and other planter attachments.
The unit-mounted row cleaner features the SharkTooth® wheel. The beveled, sharpened edge of the teeth on the SharkTooth aggressively cut tough residue that lies in the path of the row unit. The curved-tooth design sweeps a clear path for the openers and resists residue buildup. The wheels are arranged in a staggered fashion with one wheel leading the other, ensuring complete clearing of the row unit path. The bearing on the SharkTooth wheel is sealed and requires no regular maintenance. Bearing shields are used between the wheel and the mount bracket to prevent residue wrapping and buildup around the bearing housing.
The unit-mounted row cleaner offers a convenient screw adjustment feature for changing the depth setting. The Acme screw is enclosed within the structure of the mounting bracket, providing protection from the elements. The adjustment knob for the screw adjustment is accessible from the top of the parallel arms. The knob can be adjusted by hand, or by using a socket. The adjustment is detented in 1/16-in. increments, allowing for quick, easily repeatable adjustments across all rows of the planter. An indicator rod and scale on the front of the row cleaner bracket indicate the current setting. If a condition is encountered where use of the row cleaner is not desired, it can be set so that the wheels do not engage the soil surface.
Use of row cleaners is not recommended when surface application pre-plant herbicide is used prior to planting. When using pre-plant incorporated herbicide, the row cleaner should be adjusted to minimize soil disturbance so as not to reduce the effectiveness of the incorporated herbicide.
Drive chain shields are recommended for use with row cleaner attachments.
SharkTooth® is a U.S.-registered trademark of Yetter Manufacturing.
Adapts planter to plant in reduced tillage conditions.
Nodular iron coulter arm mounts directly to planting unit shank to utilize full unit weight for penetration.
Unit gauge wheels provide depth control.
Coulter blade is positioned directly ahead of Tru-Vee™ opener to ensure accurate tillage in seed zone.
Rippled or fluted blades are available to suit a wide range of tillage and soil conditions.
1) Not compatible with tine tooth tillage, furrower attachments, V-wing bed sweep frame-mounted coulter or unit-mounted row cleaner.
2) Ballast attachment (or fertilizer attachment) may be required for penetration.
3) BA28970 or BA28971, heavy-duty adjustable downforce springs or pneumatic downforce system, are required to provide increased coulter penetration in hard soils and also to help keep unit from bouncing when being operated on rough seedbeds. (Not included with BA30078).
4) Requires A52092 cast heavy-duty lower regular parallel arm (one row) or A84382 heavy-duty lower long parallel arm (one row) from Service Parts. Heavy-duty long parallel arm is designed for use only with the unit-mounted coulter (not for tillage tool support bracket). Cast lower parallel arms have been standard equipment for a number of years, confirm what lower parallel arm subject planter is equipped with.