Trimble introduced a new CFX-750 display, expanded capabilities on its variable-rate sprayer controls and the new EX-Remote joystick at farm shows this fall.

 The CFX-750 is a new 8-in., color touch-screen display to control many guidance, steering and precision applications. It is capable of receiving Glonass satellite and will control application of seed, chemical and fertilizer. The base unit with free WAAS capabilities starts at $2,995. Add $2,000 for each level of accuracy upgrade, from OmniStar to sub-inch repeatable RTK. Adding an RTK radio costs $1,995.

The EZ-Remote joystick quickly mounts to any console and works with Trimble’s displays, including the CFX-750, FmX, EZ-Guide and EZ-Guide 250. The joystick buttons are programmable and illuminated to help operators see and feel the control points for rapid execution of tasks. Price with cable for the joystick is $199.

The Field-IQ crop input control system has been expanded. The modular, section and variable-rate application control system now handles up to 48 sections, more sections than any other variable-rate system in the industry today, according to Trimble. It is compatible with the FmX integrated display and the CFX-750.

The platform kit and cab kit for self-propelled sprayers using existing OEM switches is $2,990. The Raven/EZ-Boom kit that uses an existing wiring harness is $1,895. The full harness kit for liquid pull-type sprayer or ammonia application, including cab kit, full harness kit, valve and flow meter cables, and five-section adapter harness, is $2,680.

For more information, contact your local Trimble dealer, or visit www.trimble.com.