What is John Deere StarFire 6000 Receiver?
John Deere first introduced the StarFire guidance system almost 16 years ago. Since then, a variety of improvements and updates have been made including the launch of StarFire iTC and StarFire 3000 receivers.
John Deere StarFire 6000 Receiver is an enhanced replacement for the StarFire 3000 Receiver and expands on the value that precision agriculture growers have
come to expect from StarFire products. With satellite-based guidance, StarFire 6000 Receiver is designed to help customers achieve better accuracy and get started faster with improved pull-in performance, all while boosting uptime.
John Deere StarFire 6000 Receiver benefits as below:
The Starfire 6000 receiver uses SF3, which matches the performance of the receiver to the operational requirements with multiple differential correction signal levels. Its transmission accuracy can even be controlled at 3 cm.
This provides customers with great convenience and no need to invest in RTK hardware.
Long Pull-In Performance
Now you can spend less time waiting for the receiver to achieve full accuracy and get more precise jobs like planting and nutrient application started and finished faster than ever.
SF3 help you to track satellite signals as possible to increase accuracy and performance, even in the most challenging areas. Faster pull-in performance, better accuracy and in-season repeatability will help you further improve operators’ potential.
Why John Deere StarFire 6000 is shortage in the market?
As we all know, because of COVID-19, many chips is shortage in the market. This also makes John Deere StarFire 6000 in shortage.