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Dakota redesign electronic control panel to make it easier to use

11.41am 1st November 2016 - New Products

New Dakota control panel
New Dakota control panel

Dakota has redesigned and refined their famous electronic control panel to it easier to use as the range continues to be the most versatile, cost-effective, and accurate material handlers on the market.

The Campey Turf Care Systems 16-year association with Dakota has seen a host of innovations on the Turf Tender machines, with the latest control panel upgrade a clear signal of the company’s intent to continue innovating.

A number of upgrades have been to the panel to make it meet the demands required. The first is the universal RAM mount that allows you to attach the display at a point convenient to you.

This makes using the new features within the panel extremely user friendly. This display contains reference guides for adjusting the spinner paddles and rate settings, helping to provide the most even spread possible.

These durable spreaders allow you to cover large areas while maintaining an extremely light footprint so as not to disrupt turf, and are ideal for sports fields and fairways. Designed to save time, eliminate waste, and reduce operating costs, Turf Tenders can also top-dress, fertilise, repair divots, load small top-dressers, fill bunkers, and move a wide variety of materials from the seat of the tractor, without having to replace attachment options.

Now, with the upgraded control panel the user is also able to take full control of the brakes and vibrator on equipped units, and the start/stop, throttle up and down on the engine units equipped with a power pack.

The 4.3-inch LCD display also offers four memory presets and boasts variable belt and spinner speeds among the features.

Campey Turf Care Systems www.campeyturfcare.com

       

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