The e-stop switch provides a quick and positive method for stopping the engine in an emergency situation.
The boom solution valve switches each control a valve located on the boom or transom. The valves control the flow of the solution through the boom.
The fence row switches are used in the selection of either the right or left fence row spray nozzle.
The rear nozzle switch controls the two rear nozzles (located behind the rear tires).
The pump speed/rate switches allow the user to increase or decrease flow rate through the spray system.
The main tank valve switch controls the solution tank valve. This switch must be in the on (open) position for spray application.
The courtesy light comes on automatically when the cab door is opened. The interior work light is activated by manually pressing the interior work light switch (located on the light housing).
The stereo features an AM/FM tuner, weatherband broadcasting, CD player, MP3 player, USB/iPod device controls, and Bluetooth® wireless system (if equipped).
The climate controls allow the operator to set and maintain desired cab temperature. Vents are placed throughout the cab to keep air circulating and to maintain clear windows throughout the cab.
The NORAC monitor controls the automatic boom leveling system.
The spray system is controlled by the spray system console and the solution pump control valve. The system receives data and automatically makes adjustments based on the target rate of application set by the operator.
The machine display is the central control center of the machine. It controls many of the machine’s electronically-driven functions (i.e. machine drive, AWS, attachment operation, tread adjustment, spray systems, lights, diagnostics, etc.). The sprayer can be configured with one of the following displays: John Deere GreenStar™ 3 2630 Display, Raven Viper® 4+ Display or Ag Leader® InCommand™ 1200 Display
The machine gauge panel on the A-post is conveniently located for viewing engine rpm, fuel level, engine coolant temperature, and engine aftertreatment level (if equipped).
iPod is a trademark of Apple, Inc. NORAC is a trademark of NORAC Systems International. Bluetooth is a trademark of Bluetooth SIG Incorporated. Viper is a trademark of Raven Industries Incorporated. Ag Leader and InCommand are trademarks of Ag Leader Technology, Inc.
The Hagie STS14 is powered by the PowerTech PSS 9.0-L John Deere diesel engine, which is offered in a 246-kW (330-hp) FT4 configuration.These turbocharged, air-to-air aspirated engines deliver consistent power over a wide range of engine speeds (rpm) with a power bulge rated speed to provide excellent torque in demanding applications.Hagie is a trademark of Hagie Manufacturing Company, LLC and similar to John Deere branded equipment, John Deere will also support Hagie equipment.
The STS Series mainframe design features horizontal cross-through axle tubes, as well as boom and platform mounts on weldment.
The solution system is a constantly monitored, continuously adjusted, computer-controlled system. The cab-mounted digital spray system console receives information from various inputs to help determine L/ha (gpa) and L/min (gpm).
The Hypro® 9306C-HM1C-BU solution pump (located beneath center of machine) is a centrifugal-type, hydraulically-driven pump that is controlled by the solution pump control valve and the spray system console. It comes with silicon-carbide seals, 7.6-cm (3-in.) inlet plumbing and 5.1-cm (2-in.) outlet plumbing.The solution pump draws solution out of the tank at the rate determined during calibration. It dispenses solution through the many valves and hoses that make up the spray system and also dispenses fluids through the agitation and rinse systems.
The solution pump switch is located on the side console and is used to turn the solution pump on and off.NOTE: When the solution pump is on, a solution pump indicator (located on the machine display home page - field mode) will be illuminated.
Hypro is a trademark of Pentair Flow Technologies, LLC.
The spray booms are controlled by an electrohydraulic system. This system consists of operator-manipulated switches (located on the side console and the hydrostatic drive control handle) and hydraulic cylinders (attached to the booms), which provide lift, level, and horizontal extension.The spray booms are offered in a variety of configurations depending on the model and the producer's application needs.
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