SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Trimble introduced the GFX-750 display system for agriculture applications. The display system comes with the roof-mounted NAV-900 guidance controller featuring Trimble's most advanced multi-constellation GNSS receiver. The satellite coverage provides farmers with increased signal availability, which means more active working time — especially in hilly terrain.
The high-resolution 10.1-inch display is an ideal system for a farmer with a mixed fleet and it can work with tractors from most manufacturers. The display is ISOBUS-compatible, a universal communication protocol that Müller-Elektronik, a Trimble Company, was a key contributor in developing.
- Flexible connectivity between devices through integrated wireless options including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and BroadR-Reach high-speed communications
- Seamless communication from tractor to farm equipment through Field-IQ Basic or ISOBUS control
- Ability to connect to industry-leading signal corrections including CenterPoint RTK, CenterPoint VRS, Trimble RTX technology and SBAS through the NAV-900 controller
- Compatibility with Trimble Autopilot automated guidance systems for both hydraulic and electric installations
- Interoperability with Trimble Ag Software to support the farm management needs across the farming ecosystem
The GFX-750 display system comes with a triple-frequency multi-constellation GNSS receiver from Trimble that uses GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou satellites together, enabling higher reliability and shorter convergence time. Accessibility and benefits from the full satellite system will vary depending on locally-available satellite coverage.
The system is expected to be available through Trimble's distribution channel in the fourth quarter of 2017.