RDS combine moisture meter on show

Cereals will see RDS Technology exhibiting its extensive range of on-board weighing scales for all types of agricultural loaders and a wide range of monitoring and measuring instruments for farming applications, including the new Combine Moisture Meter 100.


Using the same moisture sensor technology as the renowned RDS Ceres yield monitor, the Combine Moisture Meter 100 eliminates the need to make regular stops during harvesting to test grain moisture content and helps to quickly identify if conditions are, or are becoming, unsuitable for combining.

Monitoring the moisture content of the crop helps to indicate its ripeness, enabling more timely harvesting decisions to be made in the field. Knowing the grain moisture content also allows it to be stored in the optimum location according to drying or cooling requirements.

The Artemis and the new Artemis Lite variable rate seed drill control systems will be on display.

A year on since its launch, the Artemis has proved a great success with farmers looking to achieve greater drilling precision and avoid inaccuracies when using a landwheel, which maximises field efficiency, prolongs drill working life and thus defers capital expenditure.

RDS will also be exhibiting their Loadmaster and Weighlog on-board weighing systems, which help ease the load on farmers by enabling the operator to know exactly how much product is being used, for what purpose and accordingly manage stock and costs.

Also on show will be the Ceres 8000i yield monitor system for combines, Delta 34i & Spraymaster 200 sprayer regulation and control systems alongside the company’s range of speed and area measurement instruments.

For more information on how RDS can help improve your farming operations visit stand D411.

Cereals 2011 exhibitor information as supplied by RDS Technology.



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