John Deere 1775NT ExactEmerge Planter for Sale Lease from Cross Implement a John Deere Dealer in Minier Illinois, Serving the Midwest region from Illinois, Iowa, Indiana & Missouri.
The 1775NT MaxEmerge™ 5 Planter row-unit takes the best qualities of all MaxEmerge XP and Pro-Series XP™ and combines them into one more efficient row-unit. The MaxEmerge 5 provides the highest performance and uptime while keeping the lowest cost of ownership yet.
A model year 2015 feature and option on the 1775NT is the high-performance ExactEmerge™ row-units. This planter breaks the link between planting precision and planting speed that exists with all other planter products on the market today. Customers are free to choose their desired speed up to 16 km/h (10 mph) for a huge productivity boost and yield bump, while achieving even higher levels of precision than ever before.
When optimizing planter performance, the SeedStar™ XP monitoring system for MaxEmerge 5 is available as optional equipment. The SeedStar XP system was built off the popular SeedStar 2 monitoring system and provides enhanced monitoring capabilities. When the ExactEmerge option is chosen on the 1775NT, it now comes with Seedstar 3 HP monitoring system that provides more functionality, control, and data all while improving ease of use.
This planter is recommended for all field conditions and can be equipped with a wide variety of attachments. This front-fold planter utilizes a three-section flex-frame that allows for 21 degrees of flex up and down, making this planter ideal for rolling ground and terraces. With the updated meter designs, producers can now plant on larger slopes with MaxEmerge 5 capable of handling 14-degree slopes and ExactEmerge still getting excellent singulation in slopes up to 15 degrees.
The narrow transport (NT) design of the 1775NT Planter provides a safe transport width of 3.7 m (12 ft).
NOTE: For model year 2014 and newer planters, the Central Commodity System (CCS™) options are now listed under the base codes as an option code. The 1775NT currently offers three base codes. Please review the options in JD Configurator. ExactEmerge is currently is not retrofittable to models prior to model year 2015 or MaxEmerge 5.
John Deere 1775NT Planter Commodity storage - MaxEmerge 5
Proper commodity storage systems are critical to the productivity of the planting operation. Productivity can be gained or measured by the capacity of the seed handling system, the hoppers, or seed tanks on the planter. But the system also must be quick-filling and easy to cleanout.
All John Deere and Deere/Bauer planters meet these requirements. The John Deere 1775NT PlanterCentral Commodity System (CCS™ ) has the largest seed-carrying capacity on the market. Only with a seed handling system like the CCS, a 100-bu capacity 36-row planter can be filled in less than 15 minutes. This is the only bulk-fill system on the market that can plant down to less than a bushel of seed and be cleaned out in less than 30 minutes. This is the type of system that gets the job done with more acres per day planted due to large seed-carrying capacity and quick, easy seed changeovers.
Aside from the CCS system, certain John Deere or Deere/Bauer planters can be equipped with the 56-L (1.6-bu) or 106-L (3.0-bu) row-unit hoppers.
And for those producers who need to have the proper commodity storage system for planting non-GMO seed varieties within designated refuge areas within a field, the Refuge Plus™ option is available for certain John Deere or Deere/Bauer planters.
John Deere 1775NT Planter Easy Adjust row cleaners
Every decision to make an adjustment during spring planting reduces the acres planted per day and can increase or decrease profitability. An adjustment that can be overlooked is row cleaners due to planter size, difficulty to make the adjustment, varying conditions across fields and time.
With the Easy Adjust row cleaners on John Deere 1775NT Planter ExactEmerge™ planters, operators now have a pneumatic solution to make on-the-go adjustments that is controlled directly from the seat of the cab. They can be raised from the cab as needed with the push of a button for wet areas, waterways, or end rows. The row cleaners are completely integrated into the John Deere GreenStar™ 2630 Display and do not require any additional monitors in the cab.
The Easy Adjust row cleaners have the capability to save three presets for varying ground engagement based on field conditions. The system is controlled in three sections, each wing as well as the center (frame or wheel) track rows. The pneumatic lines use air from the active pneumatic downforce compressor requiring no additional compressor to be installed on the planter. The Easy Adjust row cleaners utilize down and up force air bags. The adjustable air pressure setting for each bag allows the operator to set the ride of the row cleaner depending on the field conditions and the desired results. Making these on-the-go adjustments from tractor cab increases productivity and performance during planting.
The John Deere 1775NT Planter row cleaner only option utilizes parallel linkage to provide the floating action growers require in their fields. Parallel linkage allows for the unit to float up and down in the situation of hills or hard objects. The cleaner and coulter combo does not have parallel linkage, however the row cleaners have floating rings installed to help provide the same benefits.
The row cleaners utilize the field-proven SharkTooth® design. Row cleaners play a major role in maximizing yield toward uniform emergence, reducing row-unit bounce and maintaining proper depth. The easy-adjust row cleaners provide growers with quick and stress-free solutions to customizing the planter in variable field conditions. Easy Adjust row cleaners are only available on ExactEmerge Planters for model year 2016 due to electrical architecture required which is not yet installed on MaxEmerge 5 Planters. The Easy Adjust row cleaners are not integrated into RowCommand.
SharkTooth is a trademark of Yetter Manufacturing Incorporated.
John Deere 1775NT Planter RowCommand™ individual-row control system
Controlling input costs and improving productivity are key producer requirements today. RowCommand is an effective, integrated John Deere solution designed to meet these intensifying needs. The RowCommand system manages seed output, reduces yield drag, and improves harvest capabilities on all Pro-Shaft™ driven row-units, and chain-driven MaxEmerge 5.
NOTE: Chain-drive RowCommand is only compatible with planters equipped with pneumatic downforce systems. On planters equipped with the heavy-duty downforce springs, potential chain interference may result and is not recommended.
NOTE: Chain-drive RowCommand requires some modification to brackets in order to function with corn finger pickup meters. Information on the modifications needed is found in the following sales material.
NOTE: Pro-Shaft drive RowCommand is compatible on MaxEmerge 5 row units with vacuum and corn finger pick-up meters. For mini hopper row units, RowCommand is compatible on vacuum meters only and is not compatible on corn finger pick-up meters. There is a select group of planters that might have Pro-Series XP row units with corn finger pick-up meters in which RowCommand will not be compatible.
RowCommand controls seed output by incorporating individual, low amperage clutches inside the Pro-Shaft and chain-driven gearboxes. Clutches are completely enclosed within the gearbox housing to protect them from the elements and harsh operating conditions.
When power is supplied, either manually or through Swath Control Pro™ software, clutches disengage the seed meters and seed flow stops. Controlling seed output at individual rows reduces overplanting in point rows and maximizes seed placement when entering/exiting headlands.
John Deere 1775NT Planter Seed variable rate drive with half- or three-width disconnect
The seed variable-rate drive provides the ultimate planting productivity by utilizing one, two or three hydraulic motors (varies by model) to turn the seeding drive shaft. Hydraulic control of the seeding drive allows for on-the-go seeding rate changes right from the display mounted inside the tractor cab.
Combine this seeding flexibility with the map-based planting option, and seeding rates adjust automatically based on a prescription map.
Single- or dual-motor systems for variable-rate drives are available for all John Deere planters except the 1780 rigid frame. Dual- or three-motor drive systems are commonly used on larger (12-row and more) planters and offer the capability of half-width or three-section drive disconnect.
The John Deere 1775NT Planter variable-rate drive (VRD) is available as a factory-installed option for all applicable planter models. Single- or dual-motor systems are available as field-installed attachments for most planter models; however, a three-motor VRD field-installed attachment is not available.
Increase productivity with ExactEmerge™ trench delivery system and BrushBelt™ delivery system
It is very challenging to get the crop planted during the optimum planting window or as close to the optimum planting day as possible. Rate-of-yield loss accelerates greatly after the optimum window has passed. This is especially true in the northern U.S. and Canada. ExactEmerge maintains accurate speed placement at higher speeds; growers can avoid missing that peak planting time, thereby helping to get the highest crop yields.
With the BrushBelt trench delivery system, the spacing in the trench does not change from flat ground to hill ground. This is a big problem with a traditional seed tube. The seed bounce and ricochet will increase as slopes increase, which results in a greater reduction in seed spacing, enabling more yield potential on hill ground.
Productivity - The design of the BrushBelt provides the best solution for the lowest release of seed to the bottom of the trench. The use of a brush provides the meter with an infinite amount of placement opportunities for each seed. This is what gives producers the confidence that every seed will have the desired spacing that a seed tube cannot provide.
The physics of the brush is very gentle on seeds of all sizes. When the brush comes around the pulley, it expands allowing the seed to be transferred from the bowl disk to the brush very easily. The brush then controls all four sides of the seed and tightens around the seed once the belt turns vertically down toward the trench, ensuring that there is no movement as they move down the length of the cartridge.
Once the brush reaches the lower pulley, the BrushBelt expands again loosening the grip on the seed, and the centrifugal force releases the seed without the concern of seeds getting stuck in the belt, even with use of seed treatments. Another physics advantage with the BrushBelt and cartridge to reach the higher speeds is the ability to match the seed rearward trajectory to the forward ground speed of the planter. This provides a dead drop of the seed with no bounce and no roll at the bottom of the
John Deere 1775NT Planter ExactEmerge cartridge is self-cleaning. When an operator uses seed treatments or is forced to plant in wetter soils and varying soil types, the design of the trench delivery system sheds treatment and mud for even greater productivity. With the brush bristles expanding around the pulleys, the centrifugal force will also dislodge any mud and treatment at the same time as the seed. A brush conditioner is added just before the brush returns inside the cartridge.
This serves two purposes:
To clean the brush of any stubborn treatments that may still be attached.
It conditions the belt after the seeds were lodged there and prevents bristles sticking together.
The John Deere 1775NT Planter BrushBelt requires no maintenance and has a wear life designed to match the wear life of the other wear components. Since operations vary, as do soils and field content, it is recommended to replace the BrushBelt at the same time as the double-disk openers.
Changing the belt is easy. One latch removes the meter over the trench delivery system. Grab the cartridge by the grip and pull toward the body, releasing it from the electric motor fitting. Lift the trench delivery system up and remove the ExactRate sensor wiring harness to completely pull the cartridge out of the row-unit.
There are two plastic covers that snap off to cover the belt; remove the covers and then twist the circular spring-tensioner dial with the yellow arrow on it to release the tension on the springs. Once tension has been removed, pull the belt out. It is also recommended to change the stainless-steel wear strip at this time as well, which also slides right out of place without the use of tools.
NOTE: It is recommended to use a talc/graphite mixture with ExactEmerge. Best results have been 80 percent talc and 20 percent graphite. For certain regions and territories talc and talc/graphite mixes are restricted from use, in this case use fluency agent provided by Bayer CropScience.
John Deere 1775NT Planter Dual 56-V electric motors provide ExactEmerge™ row-units the upper hand
Two 56-V brushless electric motors provide John Deere 1775NT Planter ExactEmerge the upper hand over any other row-unit on the market. One motor controls the high-performance meter and the other powers the BrushBelt™ controls. Both feature a closed loop control with the ExactEmerge row-unit controller, which ensures it turns at the correct rpm.
The motor is controlled at a rate of 200 times per second. There is a control decision every 5 milliseconds. The controller also keeps each motor operating at independent speeds of each other. The meter speed is determined by a combination of ground speed and desired population rate while the BrushBelt speed must stay consistent with the forward ground speed of the planter in order to get the dead-drop of seed at the bottom of trench for optimum accuracy.
Performance — Industry-proven John Deere 1775NT Planter 56-V brushless motors give confidence to the operator that the row-unit will perform in any condition. The advantage of 56-V over other electric motors on the market that only have 24-V is it takes a lot less amperage to power them.
Amps are the force in electricity that applies the most stress and heat to the motor and its components. Brushless motors are maintenance free and give the producer the most optimal solution to achieve the highest performance and the lowest amount of work to the planter.
Controlling input costs and improving productivity are key producer requirements. Manage seed output, reduce yield drag, and improve harvest capabilities are features built in to every ExactEmerge row-unit with electric motor shutoffs.
The electric drive version of John Deere 1775NT Planter RowCommand™ row-unit has the potential to get 2 to 8 percent reduction in seed usage from being able to control the meter and BrushBelt rather than a clutch disengaging and some seeds still falling down the seed tube.