New Holland has extended its range with its T7 ‘long wheelbase’ equipped with ‘Power Command’ transmission and an integrated Precision Land Management (PLM) Intelligence digital solutions system.
The addition of this T7 LWB version with the new transmission gives customers an alternative transmission to the T7.300 LWB model that was launched in 2022.
It delivers benefits in line with the T7 LWB Auto Command, including the PLM Intelligence technology stack.
Benefits include the ‘ground sped management II’ control package that allows the operator to maintain consistently high productivity through the working day.
New Holland said that the Power Command transmission model is an ideal solution for customers predominantly carrying out field work and looking for an easy to use and robust solution.
It offers up to 19 ratios without any break in drive, making shifting gears simple with the push of a button or pulsing the Command Grip handle forwards and rearwards.
The engine specifications are the sam as the T7 LWB Auto Command from T7.230 to T7.260 models.
The new version also picks up the same high levels of comfort and technology. Among them, the acclaimed ‘horizon ultra’ cab which New Holland claims is the quietest on the market with 66 dBA.
Other common upgrades include a new front suspension control, hydraulic remote valves featuring decoupler levers and a larger fuel tank at 465 litres.
New Holland’s advanced PLM Intelligence solutions and digital technologies are integrated in the model, enabling customers to maximise the machine’s productivity while optimising yield and input costs.
Featured in the Power Command models are the best-in-class tech applications such as the IntelliView12 display, IntelliTurn and Headland Turn Sequencer II, now featuring the addition of a GPS trigger activation point.
Also included, connected farming packages for the management of the fleet such as the new IntelliField feature, allowing up to six machines working in the same field to share information in real time.
The T7 LWB Power Command also integrates the exclusive Ground Speed Management II control package already introduced in the T6 Dynamic Command tractors.
“The technology enables the operator to maintain consistently high productivity through the working day: operator can set a tractor target speed – similarly to the Auto Command CVT mode – and the tractor will achieve said speed automatically with the lowest engine speed possible, ultimately reducing fuel consumption,” New Holland said.
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