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Choice of auger or conveyor
Stationary single-shoot manifold
In-line drive system transfers power efficiently
New 550-bushel grain tank capacity on tow-behind models

To win big in small grains, it takes a seeding solution that superseeds your expectations. John Deere delivers with a complete line of everything you need and the sizes you want to seed for success. Air-hoe drills. Commodity air carts. No-till air drills. Openers. Fertilizer attachments. Central commodity systems. Box drills. Plus precision ag technology to stretch your productivity to higher levels. But its far more than iron and technology. Its the exceptional agronomic know-how and unsurpassed dealer support in all phases of production to keep you running. With our latest additions to equipment and openers, our seeding solutions deliver the next-generation performance you need to help you reach the full potential of each seed. Thats our commitment to you.

A meter cartridge at each tank effectively meters seed or fertilizer into the primary manifold. Air carries the material to the secondary distributor for delivery to the openers on the seeding tool. Meters are contained in a cartridge for convenient removal and are color coded for easy identification.

A manual half-width disconnect is incorporated into the meter system:
Allows one-half of the metering system to be manually shut off for irregular shaped headlands, point rows, etc. on mechanical drive carts.
Allows the meter cartridge to be removed with material still in the tank(s).
Allows tanks to be emptied with meter and primary manifold in place.

On the C-Series Air Carts, an electric actuator controls product flow from the tank to the meter housing:
Allows complete shut off of product flow with little effort
Allows the meter cartridge to be removed with material still in the tank(s)
Allows tanks to be emptied with meter and primary manifold in place

With RelativeFlow Blockage sensing, operators can see the flow of both seed and fertilizer from inside the tractor cab. Sensors on all secondary hoses monitor the relative product flow row to row, giving you a better view of the flow rate of both seed and fertilizer from the cart to the opener from inside your tractor cab. This technology can help you identify any problems before a potential blockage occurs.

Blockage alarm delays can be set up by clicking on the advanced settings button from the blockage set-up screen. A blockage delay is how long a blockage should occur before an alarm is sounded. The blockage alarm reminder is how often the alarm should sound when a blockage occurs. The meter on delay is the time from when the meter is turned on until the blockage sensor should start monitoring for blockage. The meter off delay is the time from when the meter is turned off until the blockage sensor should start monitoring to verify no flow.

SectionCommand is an effective, integrated, exclusive John Deere solution that reduces costly overlaps and skips that can waste seed and fertilizer, while offering more consistent fields that improve the potential of your yield and your bottom line. Thanks to individual meter sections that control commodity flow, you can maintain the right application rates and row-to-row accuracy. This helps stimulate even crop emergence during the growing season and promotes consistent crop maturity at harvest. SectionCommand controls output from all meters on the cart up to eight sections.

Owner benefits include:
Improved consistency of crop maturity at harvest
Improved consistency during emergence and growing season
Reduced seed input cost
Reduced fertilizer input cost
Increased time between fills due to input savings

Secondary manifolds with 25-mm (1-in.) diameter lines evenly distribute the seed and/or fertilizer from the primary manifold(s) to the furrow openers. Primary hoses are color coded to conveniently connect the air distribution kit from the 1910 Cart to the seeding tool. The 25-mm (1-in.) secondary lines used for seed are clear with a black spiral. For double-shoot air kits, hoses are clear with a green spiral.
The secondary manifold is made of durable, maintenance-free ethylene-propylene molded (EPDM) rubber. Features of the secondary manifold:
Rust resistant, important when applying fertilizer or treated seed
No tools required to remove lid
No long bolt in the secondary tower
Lid is tethered to the manifold
The outlet ports are numbered
Primary hoses are color coded to conveniently connect

Primary manifolds are mounted below the tanks with 63.5-mm (2-1/2-in.) diameter tubes to distribute seed/fertilizer evenly to the secondary manifolds, which are located on the seeding tool.

63.5-mm (2-1/2-in.) primary lines are clear with either a black or green spiral:
Black spiral for single-shoot systems
Black and green spiral for double-shoot systems
Stationary single-shoot or stationary double-shoot primary manifolds are available.

Single-shoot air systems are used when seeding only or when applying a starter fertilizer along with the seed. Double-shoot air systems are used when applying higher levels of fertilizer, allowing simultaneous application of seed and fertilizer by placing them in two different locations in the seed row. With the proper 1910 Cart configuration, starter fertilizer can also be applied with the seed in a double-shoot air system.

Starting in model year 2014, hydraulic drives became standard equipment on the 1910 air carts, offering consistent drive power to the meters. Hydraulic drives come standard with variable-rate drive and hydraulic calibration.

The drive system reduces a large number of mechanical and electrical components including transmissions, clutches, chain drives, sprockets, gears, and shafts by replacing them with a hydraulic drive motor, electrohydraulic valve, and a chain drive connecting the motor and meter. Each meter has its own hydraulic drive motor and can be set independently of each other. It is recommended to use power beyond or another selective control valve (SCV) if power beyond is not available. Hydraulically powered meters minimize the pulsing effect found in chain driven systems. The motor speed is controlled by an electrohydraulic valve mounted on the motor.

Operators can shut off any meter from the in-cab display. The cart software comes with six pre-loaded rates for seeding. Map based prescriptions can be used with variable rates. The system uses wheel speed from the cart to determine ground speed. If the cart wheel speed drops below 3.2 km/h (2 mph), the system will use tractor speed, if available, to maintain proper application rates when turning or coming out of a headland turn.

Starting in model year 2014, hydraulic variable-rate drive became standard equipment for 1910 air carts. Quick changing rates are important for maintaining accuracy with variable-rate prescription applications.

Hydraulic calibration makes it convenient to rotate the cart meters to perform accurate calibration.

Operators can perform meter verification without driving. In the meter verification page on the in-cab display, select the meter(s) to verify and the stationary checkbox. When the operator engages the calibration switch, the meter will turn the number of revolutions to meter out the amount of product for the area selected.

Operators continually seek easier and faster operations while seeding and reduce time spent filling and unloading. Conveyance on 12,334-L (350-bu), 15,200-L (430-bu), and 19,400 (550-bu) carts is controlled by hydraulic cylinders on the conveyance arms. The cylinders move the main arm, swing arm, and elevation. Now operators can easily deploy the conveyance system with less effort. Input to the system is received from one of two remotes. Each operator receives a wireless remote that can be operated from anywhere near the cart and a tethered remote that can be operated from ground level near the front meter. Each remote controls the same functions and gives flexibility of system control should two operators be in the area during cart fill and unload.

The remotes can start, stop, and control speed of the conveyance system. For added security, the speed control arm is retained on the conveyance and can override the remotes to slow down or stop the belt or auger. Securing the auger or conveyor is now easier and gives the operator a greater sense of security with over-center latches on both the top and bottom of the conveyance. Both the main and swing arms are longer giving operators greater flexibility in tendering vehicle parking locations.

For operators who fill carts from semi hopper bottoms or who desire full width meter clean out, John Deere has partnered with KSi Conveyors to provide a low-profile hopper. The hoppers are compatible with all hydraulic conveyance carts. The hoppers utilize conveyor belts and are available for both the 254-mm (10-in.) auger and 305-mm (12-in.) conveyor. The hoppers are longer than competitive offerings on similar cart sizes.

The hoppers easily fold over to keep mud and rocks from being slung into the hopper and for tight maneuverability during transport and seeding. During fill and unload, flip the hoppers back over to move product. Each hopper comes with both a large and small screen for optimizing product flow and catching foreign material during fills. Rubber skirting around the hopper provides flexibility during use and adds capacity to the hopper.

Enhanced air seeding performance would not be possible without the updates to the 15,152-L (430-bu) and 19,381-L (550-bu) 1910 and C850 air carts. For the wider seeding width, more fan capacity has been added. Air Power 2 provides two independently controlled fans one for seed, one for fertilizer. Along with 76.2-mm (3-in.) primaries, more accurate delivery rates are possible across the full width of the seeding tool from opener to opener. Air Power 2 delivers high rates, up to 40 percent more product delivery per primary compared to the single-fan system.

Dual fans are required for tow-between and tow-behind carts on the 23.2-m (76-ft) P576 and the 18.3-m (60-ft) N560F. Each fan will direct air to one set of primaries. Two selective control valves (SCVs) are required for the fans. The fan speed will be controlled through the SCV flow control. There is a slide at the meter to choose bottom or top shoot for each product. There is also a valve on the tank pressure system to choose top or bottom shoot. This same valve is used to adjust the amount of air to the tank to create the proper pressure differential.

As growers look for ways to increase efficiencies, one solution is to shorten the time required to fill. By increasing pit stop productivity, growers are able to cover more ground per day. Producers have the choice of an auger or conveyor to fit their needs.

SectionCommand is available as an attachment for field conversion (AFC) for all hydraulic drive carts. See SectionCommand saves seed and fertilizer input costs for more information on benefits and workings of the system.

1910 Cart Configurations Fit Any Farming Operation
Growers around the world are always looking for ways to become more productive. The John Deere Seeding Group is continually looking for ways to help these growers increase productivity. The 1910 Commodity Cart is one of the best ways to maximize productivity. By providing growers with several different tank configurations, the 1910 Cart allows growers to get the most benefit from input costs and time in the field. The tanks are a semi-transparent, poly material. The tank lids are sealed, ensuring proper air pressure within the tank and at the meters. Sealing the tanks improves hydraulic fan utilization, providing efficient and optimum seeding accuracy.

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