JOHN DEERE - 2680H Back
JOHN DEERE 2680H HIGH PERFORMANCE DISK
Cover more acres at 10-14 mph (16-22.5 km/h)
Mix and bury residue for faster breakdown
Individually mounted blades
Provides a consistent field finish in spring or fall
Now compatible with TruSet technology
WIDE RANGE OF WORKING WIDTHS AVAILABLE TO MATCH ACREAGE AND POWER REQUIREMENTS
The 2680H High-Performance Disk gives operators the ability to cover acres quickly, increasing their productivity. This two-season tool can operate up to 22.5 km/h (14 mph) in field.
This tool is available in fifteen configurations from 2.4 m to 13.7 m (8 ft to 45 ft). The 2680H requires 34.25 kW/m (14 hp/ft), but in certain hilly, soft, or wet conditions it may require an additional 25 percent engine horsepower to maintain operating speeds at preferred working depth.
INDIVIDUALLY MOUNTED BLADES
The 2680H High-Performance Disk features individually mounted blades. These blades, supported by rubber torsion elements, can travel up to 22.9 cm (9 in.) while passing over an obstruction, like a rock. This allows the rest of the tool to remain engaged and continue working, allowing for better ground contour.
REAR ATTACHMENT OPTIONS TO MATCH THE OPERATION
Producers can choose from three rear attachment options to match their operation. Options include a cage roller, spring roller, and rubber roller.
The cage roller is the most versatile option. Choose this rear attachment if the primary application is fall tillage. It works in all soil types and conditions and has a diameter of 64.8 cm (25.5 in.).
The spring roller is the most specialized. It works in light/medium soils and can provide a level seedbed with additional firming. Individually mounted tines work to prevent plugging of the roller. Avoid using it in rocky ground. It has a diameter of 62.2 cm (24.5 in.).
The rubber roller is best for firming and preparing a seedbed in the spring. It works best in lighter drier soils where a firm finish and anchored residue is a primary concern. This rear attachment works in most soil types and features a hydraulically adjustable scraper. It has a diameter of 63.5 cm (25 in.).
TRUSET FEATURES, PACKAGES, AND DOCUMENTATION
With short windows of time to perform tillage operations, TruSet provides significant productivity improvements as operators can adjust the tool with just the push of a button, maximizing acres covered per day. By responding to conditions as they change throughout the field, TruSet Active enables operators to generate a higher-quality tillage performance within the first pass.
Using a GreenStar display, an operator sees real-time data for a variety of feature settings, ensuring confidence in desired tillage outcomes. Four customizable presets enable operators to save and name different combinations of settings for their most common field conditions, which allows for even quicker implement adjustments.
Single-point depth control is included with the TruSet Tillage system, giving operators the choice of automated or manual adjustments. Hydraulic routings on the tool are designed to allow each implement to feature both TruSet and standard single-point depth control for system redundancy, operator preference, and flexibility at resale.
WING DOWN PRESSURE (PREMIUM PACKAGE)
With integrated TruSet Tillage technology, operators can incorporate documentation and prescription functionality into their tillage operations. The tillage documentation feature allows producers to capture and analyze the tillage pass for additional coverage of the crop production cycle. Prescription functionality provides producers the capability to ensure their tillage operations are executed correctly, optimizing their investment in preparing for the next crop.
Operators can document data for the depth of their tillage tool along with rolling basket down pressure. By creating an as-applied map based off global positioning system (GPS) data for the job performed by each functional area on the implement, TruSet enables producers to document their tillage passes then later review and analyze the data for future agronomic decisions.
Additionally, the TELUS Agronomy Prescription Creator company, a connected partner tool through the John Deere Operations Center, enables producers to create prescriptions for each functional area on the tillage tools. Data from previous yields, soil surveys, or freehand drawing tools can be used to create prescriptions that command the implement to the desired depth and pressure settings for optimum agronomic results.
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