Thursday, 12 July 2018 13:55

Pöttinger's easy to use terminal

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The Expert 75. The Expert 75.

A new Isobus terminal from Pöttinger – the Expert 75 – is easy and convenient to use, notably because of its one-hand operation.

It has a handle strip that allows a firm grip, and the control keys are arranged on the right in two rows -- easy to use one-handed. 

Likewise, touchscreen and scroll wheel controls combine with a confirm button to give more comfort when working in the field. 

This compact, robust terminal can be placed in most positions in a tractor cab without restricting the field of vision.

Its clearly laid-out 5.6” colour display has a wide field of view and illuminated keys (night operation mode) that allow easy reading in direct sunlight, at night and at any angle. In-built loudspeakers and a USB 2.0 port with protective cap round off the multifunctional terminal.

Its UT and AUX Isobus functions can be used with Isobus machines regardless of the manufacturer.


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