Web-based Pivot Control
New from T-L Irrigation Co. and Agsense, llc, the Precision link enables web-based pivot control for T-L pivot systems. The Precision Link works in combination with T-L’s Precision Point Control lll (PPClll) to let you manage your pivot with your computer or mobile device and a simple internet connection. Pivot control is an important part in how you use your pivots successfully. Pivot start/stop, direction, application rate and speed, and water pump control are but a few of the features available. VRI (Variable Rate Irrigation) can also be programmed through the website.
Precision Link and the PPCIll, combined with T-L’s hydrostatic design and continuous movement, give you even water distribution, improved crop production, and efficient system management. Web-based pivot control allows for ultimate control over your pivot system through a computer or mobile device.
For those customers who purchase a Precision Point Control Pivot we have a new program called CropMetrics. The goal of CropMetrics Precision Pivot is to increase water use efficiency, improve yields and maximize profitability by accounting for soil and/or topography variability and then applying the optimum application depths of water at both the right time and the right place.
- Web-based Pivot Control
- Center Pivots
- Linear Irrigation Systems
- ULTRA Linear Irrigation Systems
- Quick Tow Irrigation Systems
- GPS Navigation Corner Systems
- Corner Pivot Irrigation Systems
- Nutrient Water Management
- PMDI (Precision Mobile Drip Irrigation)
- Pivot Management Options
- Precision Linear Control Panel
- Pump/Power Division
|If you watch, an electric pivot will stop and start hundreds of times as it goes around the field.|
|Because we only get about seven inches of rain a year, everything is under irrigation.|
|The cow man has really become my niche market, compared to electric pivots, the T-L machine is a lot better suited for exposure to livestock.|
|Without a doubt the Irrigate-IQ system did a better job irrigating than the system that had no variable rate irrigation—it was certainly a success.|