You Can Only Reap What You Sow
The Recon Wireless Blockage and Flow Monitor provides reliable, versatile machine monitoring technology to improve precision in every pass. Unlike traditional optical sensors, our patented acoustic sensors monitor the sound of the seed flow so you can depend on accurate readings even if the sensors get dusty. The system is easy-to-install and can adapt to nearly any brand of equipment for a variety of applications. Its software is compatible with your iPad to provide a simple, user-friendly interface that displays all manifold runs and gives you an audible alert if a run becomes blocked.
Say goodbye to dust-covered optical sensors. The acoustic sensors in your Recon Wireless Blockage and Flow Monitor function like a stethoscope, instantly detecting blockages or reduced seed flow, anywhere on the implement.
Along with our other Recon flow monitoring and Engage section control solutions, Intelligent Ag is a proud advocate of 4R Nutrient Stewardship management practices. In particular, the Recon Wireless Blockage and Flow Monitor provides critical flow information so the operator can apply seed and fertilizer at the Right Rate in the Right Place. Users enjoy an incredible amount of information about their entire air seeder and can identify large and small variations in flow performance. You can learn more about 4R Nutrient Stewardship at https://nutrientstewardship.org/
Multiple sensor options allow the system to easily adapt to nearly any rig or application:
- Bourgault, Case IH, John Deere, Seed Hawk, Amity, Sunflower, Horsch, Flexi-Coil and more
- Multiple Product Types and Rates
- Dry Fertilizer Applicators, Deep Banders, and Strip-Till Units
- Dual-Shooting and Mid-Row Banders
We're excited that Welker Farms is a fan of our blockage monitor. Check out their videos!
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