JAGUAR 870-830

Electronics expertise

The clear, user-friendly structure of the control system ensures that you can manage the JAGUAR confidently and easily in all conditions. All the main functions are controlled and monitored through just a few central elements.

JAGUAR 870-830

JAGUAR 870-830

Electronics expertise

The clear, user-friendly structure of the control system ensures that you can manage the JAGUAR confidently and easily in all conditions. All the main functions are controlled and monitored through just a few central elements.

CEBIS: the compact control hub.

JAGUAR 870-830

At the heart of this well thought-out design is CEBIS, providing a logical and ergonomic interface with every conceivable detail taken into account.

Fast, manageable, clear and reliable.

  • The CEBIS rotary switch is used to control the basic functions
  • The additional HOTKEY rotary switch allows direct on-screen control of another principal function
  • All switch functions have logical, self-explanatory icons
  • A Compact Flash Card makes data exchange particularly easy
  • Your hand rests easily on the multifunction lever where you have instant control over the driving speed, as well as numerous other functions

The CMOTION multifunction control lever is available as an option. First introduced in the XERION in 2009, it is now used in CLAAS tractors, combine harvesters and JAGUAR forage harvesters. CLAAS thus offers a standardised control concept with ergonomic design.

JAGUAR 870-830

NEW: Programmed payload detection for forage trailers.

You can program the payload of three forage trailers. CEBIS shows you the load status of the selected trailer and notifies you when the programmed payload level has been attained. This feature helps you avoid overloading forage trailers.

Modular and ready for immediate use. Data management.

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JAGUAR 870-830

Benefit immediately from current data.

You can prepare customer data in CEBIS before running and processing it with CEBIS.

  • All data is backed up when a specific job is completed or the working day comes to an end
  • The data can be printed out selectively or be transferred by data card for job processing
  • With TELEMATICS, the data can also be accessed online with a PC and can be reused, e.g. for customer invoicing

JAGUAR 870-830

Data management.

1. Job management, standard

It is possible to create a collection of 20 jobs in CEBIS. As a result, all the relevant data is available to you at all times and you also have the option of printing it out.

2. Job management (initial expansion stage)

AGROCOM MAP START software allows you to manage data relating to specific customers and jobs and then transfer this to your PC by means of a Compact Flash Card. Furthermore, TELEMATICS allows you to monitor the job in question online.

3. Job management (second expansion stage): yield mapping

Building on the foundation of the job management function, you can use your JAGUAR to perform yield mapping. The QUANTIMETER and the moisture measurement allow you to determine the yield. At the same time, CEBIS adds geographical coordinates obtained from GPS satellites. All the measured data is stored on a portable chip card to facilitate transfer. The AGROCOM MAP START software is included to enable you to produce informative yield maps to use as a basis for your future production strategy.

Precision systems that reduce operator's workload. The guidance systems.

JAGUAR 870-830

Seeing with CAM PILOT.

The CAM PILOT assumes control of steering the JAGUAR in combination with the PICK UP. The swath is detected as a three-dimensional image by a twin-lens camera. Correction signals are transmitted to the steering mechanism in the event of deviations in the swath shape or direction. The steering axle then responds to these steering commands. This makes for a reduced operator workload at speeds up to 15 km/h as well as loss-free harvesting.

JAGUAR 870-830

Guidance by GPS PILOT.

GPS PILOT uses a satellite signal to guide the JAGUAR reliably in parallel paths or along curved contours defined by the crop edge. The system allows the operator to use the full working width while reducing overlapping. This makes it possible to obtain higher work quality in a shorter time, regardless of light or weather conditions.

JAGUAR 870-830

Sensing with AUTO PILOT.

During the harvesting process, maize is usually followed in rows, even with row-independent maize front attachments. Two sensor arms each gauge a row of maize. The signals generated by these sensors are translated into corrective steering impulses. Twin-row sensing allows automatic steering in row widths of 37.5 cm up to 80 cm.