John Deere 7000 Receiver
When it comes to large agricultural, small agriculture and turf customers, the StarFire 7000 receiver is precise – allowing for repeatable placement of machines, fertilizer, seed, and herbicides.
- 100% increase in satellite constellations used by the receiver*
- 17% greater accuracy*
- 5 years repeatability vs. 9 months*
- 73% reduction in pull-in time*
- Universal offering that’s compatible with older and competitive equipment
- Interchangeable: tillage, planting, spraying, and harvesting
*All comparisons made to the StarFire™ 6000 with SF3
The StarFire™ 7000 Receiver offers a new correction level with accuracy like RTK Radio. The SF-RTK correction level provides 2.5-cm (1-in.) horizontal accuracy without the need for additional hardware. This is an improvement of 17 percent from the previous generation of StarFire receiver with SF3. The SF-RTK signal uses two additional satellite constellations (BeiDou and Galileo) as well as both GPS (United States) and GLONASS (Russia) satellites.
The StarFire 7000 and StarFire 7000 Integrated Receivers simultaneously track correction signals from up to three StarFire correction satellites. The receiver tracks and uses correction signals from all StarFire satellites in view and intelligently chooses one that delivers the best performance. When the receiver moves into an area where the primary StarFire signal is blocked, such as near a tree line, the receiver automatically switches to an alternate StarFire signal (if visible) to help maintain accuracy and performance.
NOTE: Compare this to the previous StarFire 3000 Receiver that was only capable of tracking one StarFire signal at a time and could wait up to 4 minutes to initiate the switch to the next available signal.
Repeatability defines how accurately the receiver calculates its position over a relatively long-term window.
NOTE: SF-RTK uses satellite corrections only and does not require the use of an RTK Radio. RTK Radio may still be required in the following scenarios:
- iGrade™ water management
- Areas with thick tree lines or obstacles that could cause shading of the receiver
- Long-term repeatability beyond 5 years
- Hilly terrain
- Land leveling
Choosing the right correction mode
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