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THE PRODUCT

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AUTOMOTIVE CRUISE CONTROL

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> INTELLIFIX – CONSTANT TORQUE

TMC > INTELLIFIX – CONSTANT TORQUE

The Intellifix function has the objective of obtaining maximum torque for the engine revolutions set when there is an absorption of power via the

PTO. It gradually reduces speed in order tomaintain the power supply constant. Intellifix was designed for the control and automaticmanagement

of forward speeds and engine revolutions. It automatically effectuates a reduction in speed in relation to the torque from the wheels and the

charge absorbed by the PTO, should the absorption go above a specific percentage level imposed by the operator. Essentially, it maximises

working activities with lower fuel consumption.

AUTOMOTIVE

With the Automotive function, the operator simulates the traditional

use of the accelerator rendering the speed control pedal proportional

to the engine revolutions.

THE DRIVE POSITION

The drive position has everything close to hand. The comfortable seat

guarantees ideal operative posture with lower limbs comfortably re-

sting on moulded mats under the pedal board. The central tunnel, cle-

ar of obstacles and levers, allows for easy access. The steering wheel is

adjustable and can be inclined, just like the comfortable seat, which has

pneumatic suspension on request.

TMC > AUTOMOTIVE CRUISE CONTROL

The TMC system, in Automotive Cruise Control, was designed to maintain the tractor’s speed constant at optimal engine revolutions. On plains

or with low loads, the tractor can work with reduced engine revolutions. When facing a climb or an increase in load, the system automatically

increases engine revolutions and modifies the group’s displacement. As soon as the load to the transmission diminishes, the system reduces the

engine revolutions again thus adapting the group’s displacement so as to maintain the desired speed.