Raven Industries' latest guidance system offers a lower-cost alternative to other precision ag systems.
September 12, 2008
The Cruizer comes packaged with a RAM Mount mounting bracket, power cable with adapter plug for instant in-cab power, and an external DGPS antenna. It features a large 5.7-inch color touchscreen display that is highly visible in both day and night modes, according to the company. The high-resolution display provides swath guidance and coverage area information using both aerial and downfield 3-D perspectives combined with traditional LED indicators.
A field review screen helps verify coverage by showing skipped areas as well as allowing calculation of acreage contained inside a defined boundary. Cruizer's Last Pass guidance directs the operator to one swath-width from any previously applied area. The operator can easily switch on-the-go between straight line and Last Pass guidance patterns, making Cruizer ideal for use in terraced fields or along waterways, says the company.
Cruizer is fully-compatible with Raven's SmarTrax and QuickTrax systems.