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What kinds of guidance & steering solutions do Tersus GNSS offer?
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We have AG960 hydraulic drive autosteer system, AG961 motor drive autosteer system, AG963 base station kit for AG960/AG961 autosteer systems, AG980 hydraulic drive autosteer system, AG982 GNSS guidance system and AG983 base station kit for AG980/AG982 autosteer systems.

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Can AG960 hydraulic drive autosteer system run on Linux operating system? What kinds of software do you provide for this system? What interfaces are available on the controller? USB? CAN bus?
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The AG960 hydraulic drive autosteer system is developed on Android platform. We have developed by C or C++ programs. You can use USB to change or update the program of panel computer (monitor). There is an interface of USB on the back of the panel computer (monitor). There is a reserved joint on the wire to use change or update the program of navigation driving box and differential reference station (you maybe use CORS or SBAS).

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I am interested in automating a combine for corn harvest. Do you work with any small (4-row, for example) corn combine manufacturers?
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The AG960 hydraulic drive autosteer system can be installed in corn combine harvester (hydraulic steering system). The hydraulic steering system of harvester is controlled by the valve of the AG960. 

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Regarding the panel computer for AG960 hydraulic drive autosteer system, is it a touchscreen or is there a full processor in it?
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The panel computer can be operating by touchscreen. It can be used for system set-up, equipment calibration, working information illustration and so on. There is a full processor in autopilot (controller).

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What is the interface to the autopilot of AG960? Where is the GNSS receiver?
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The satellite positioning signal is received by the antenna that installed on the top of the driving cap of the vehicle and differential reference station. The GNSS antenna is connected to the "GNSS antenna" port of the front panel of autopilot (controller) through a 3m RF cable. The radio receiving antenna is connected to the "radio antenna" port of the front panel of autopilot (controller) through a 3m RF cable.

 

Each end of the data harness (white end harness, you can find it in the user manual) is respectively connected to the autopilot (controller) and the panel computer.

 

One end of the drive harness (black end harness, you can find it in the user manual) is connected to the autopilot (controller). The other end is divided into three lines each of which is respectively connected to vehicle battery, electromagnetic hydraulic valve and steering measuring mechanism.