Intelligent control – QUANTRON-A

Metering electronics that think for themselves

The amount of fertiliser or spreading material applied to your area is a central factor for the yield and economic efficiency.

With the new QUANTRON-A electronic spread rate control system, a new technology is being deployed in the municipal winter service area. Modern electronics increase the ease of use and, in this way, optimise the winter service in terms of economy and environmental friendliness.

  • Intelligent technology for more efficiency and convenience

Depending on the speed of the tractor, the QUANTRON-A spreading computer automatically adjusts the correct spreading rate. The metering slide can be opened and closed conveniently by pressing a button. If the driver stops at an end of a field, for example, the QUANTRON-A spreading computer will automatically close.

  • Plus-minus function

The plus-minus function allows the driver to optimally adjust the application rate to the snow and ice conditions to the second.

  • Modern colour display

The modern designed colour display with large font and clear arrangement enables even less experienced drivers to operate the spreader easily

Clear advantages for QUANTRON-A

Clear advantages for QUANTRON-A  
Automatic QUANTRON-A controls the EMC automatic metering system or regulates the flow rate so that the selected application rate remains constant even when the driving speed varies.
Convenient All functions can be controlled reliably and securely with just one hand by means of electrical remote control:
  Quantity adjustment while driving
  Reduction in quantity during border spreading
  Adjustment of the working width and application rate in eight sections with VariSpread V8 or steplessly dynamic with VariSpread pro
Future-proof With RS 232 serial interface for precision farming
Efficient QUANTRON-A facilitates the documentation process: documentation and storage of operating data for 200 impacts
Precise Particularly exact and automatic opening and closing of the metering slides in the headland and in wedge-shaped fields with optional GPS control.