The RoGator’s redesigned cab has a sloped hood, no high-post boom rests, and relocated and added mirrors, which all contribute to all-around visibility. Ten auxiliary lights are located around the RoGator, and more lighting can be added through prewired auxiliary switches in the cab for even more visibility. As an additional safety precaution, a backup alarm is triggered when the machine runs in reverse.
Additional perks you’ll find in the 2012 RoGator include: An air-ride cab designed specifically for application equipment, electrical strip for additional power source for phones, iPods, computer and hot and cold lunchbox ,triple filtration system in the cab, air-ride and semi-active seats based on operator preference, standard and XM or Sirius satellite radio, new easy-access fuse panel ,delayed exit lighting, prewired for AgCommand telemetry
Improvements to the AGCO RoGator Management Center (RMC) include a larger display screen and more intelligent reporting on critical operating features such as the engine, transmission and fuel performance. RMC also is capable of controlling track adjustments automatically or manually. Inside the cab, noise levels are quieter than ever. Controls have been reconfigured so that boom fold functions, pump and sparger switches are conveniently located on the armrest for easy access. Other cab features include a new easy-to-clean floor mat and optional leather seats.
The TerraGator features an air-ride cab along with air-ride and semi-active seats.
Operators appreciate the right-hand armrest that floats with the seat movement to eliminate the need to search and reach for controls.
Additional perks include: new fuse panel inside the cab on the left-hand side for easy access to fuses, AgCommand-ready cab for remote vehicle monitoring, time-delayed wipers, tilt and telescoping wheel, standard HVAC system with automatic temperature control
AGCO claims that the six-post of its 2012 TerraGator flotation applicator is the industry’s only cab engineered specifically for application equipment. These cabs boast a wide, panoramic front windshield, large side windows and a glass door for exceptional visibility. The configuration of the new Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) engine made it possible to relocate the air intake and exhaust pipe to a location where noise levels in the cab are noticeably reduced.
Tractor cabs are not the only ones getting upgrades. Cabs on sprayers, combines and forage harvesters also are getting a whole new look, feel and functionality. View a gallery of the newest features in tractor cabs here.
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