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Monitoring

 

 
AT A GLANCE BALER MANAGEMENT
 
The Roll-Belt baler is specified with the range topping IntelliView™ III colour touchscreen monitor as standard. You will be able to manage all key baling parameters from the comfort of the cab. If you've already got a monitor you like, then the optional ISOBUS compatibility has been designed for you.

INTELLIVIEW™ III MONITOR; TOUCHSCREEN BALER CONTROL
 
Professional baling operations will appreciate the intuitive, colour touchscreen IntelliView™ III monitor. Familiar to SideWinder™ II armrest users, the large screen size enables at a glance monitoring of all key parameters. The touchscreen facilitates instantaneous adjustment of key parameters in response to changing conditions.
 
ISOBUS COMPATIBILITY
 
The entire Roll-Belt baler range has ISOBUS compatibility. What does that mean? Quite simply, you can use the monitor you already have in your compatible tractor for single screen operation. What’s more, you already know its layout and functionality so it really is a case of: plug and play.
 
AUTOMATIC BALE WRAPPING
 
For truly automatic wrapping, the Roll-Belt baler will automatically start to wrap the bale when it has reached the predetermined size. No need to push any button or pull any lever. The operator is warned by an audible signal in the cab. This leaves operators to get on with the serious job of baling.

BALE FILL SENSORS
 
Two fill sensors, located on the left and right side of the bale chamber continually monitor the fill profile, and an in-cab display relates this information to the operator. Quite simply, if one side is filling up more than the other, the operator knows and can adapt his driving pattern to compensate.

ABSOLUTE BALING SAFETY
 
In tight baling windows, it can be tempting to carry out a little bit of maintenance without disconnecting the baler, and this can be fatal. In order to protect operators, New Holland has developed an electrical power safety cut off switch located on the drawbar. This cuts electrical power to the baler to ensure that it is fully deactivated. This significantly enhances safety when changing net or unblocking the baler.