New S770 Combine

Key Features
  • Combine Advisor™ package helps to set, optimize and automate main combine functions when conditions change
  • Fully automated yield sensor calibration with ActiveYield™ supplies accurate data with no time spent calibrating
  • Comfortable S700 cab is common with tractors and sprayers for ease of use
  • Continued quality manufacturing of S-Series combines maximizes uptime and productivity

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ActiveYield™ system: Automatic yield calibration for corn, soybeans, wheat, canola, and barley

ActiveYield ensures accuracy of the combine’s yield with no time spent manually calibrating by the operator.

Feature benefit:

  • Increased uptime with zero operator time spent calibrating the yield monitor system
  • Improved real-time decision-making as ActiveYield enhances the accuracy of the combine's yield data


ActiveYield eliminates time-consuming manual calibrations and replaces them with automated sensors that calibrate the machine by measuring the grain as the tank fills. This enables decisions to be made in real time without leaving the cab, providing more accurate yield mapping data.

ActiveYield sensors in grain tankActiveYield sensors in grain tank

When the ActiveYield option is enabled and the Terrain Compensation Module (TCM) in the StarFire™ 3000 or StarFire 6000 Receiver has been calibrated, ActiveYield is ready to go to work. As grain is harvested and enters the tank, the three sensors within the grain tank collectively measure the grain as it piles over the cross auger covers. If all conditions are acceptable (header and separator on, grain is flowing, machine level within 4 degrees) load collection occurs from 900 through 3000 kg (2000 through 6600 lb).


Any pitch and roll of more than 4 degrees from center during load collection will cause the system to reject that load due to the grain pile shifting in the tank. A new calibration load starts once grain is below the sensors on the cross auger covers.


Stored calibration loads are replaced by new ones as the system continues to collect data. The system may be disabled at any time by accessing the moisture setup page and unchecking the ActiveYield box if manual yield calibration is desired.

ActiveYield calibration locationActiveYield calibration location
ActiveYield InformationActiveYield Information

ActiveYield is available for model year 2016 through model year 2019 S760, S770, S780, and S790 Combines and requires the 4600 CommandCenter™ Display, GreenStar™ 3 (GS3) 2630 Display, or GS3 CommandCenter. Additionally, a StarFire 3000 or 6000 Receiver must be installed on the combine with the TCM calibrated for ActiveYield to detect machine pitch correctly. Manual yield calibration is not required as each crop has a built-in default value.


Harvest Doc™ system yield data collected by an ActiveYield system is only compatible with the John Deere Operations Center. John Deere does not guarantee compatibility of ActiveYield collected documentation with John Deere APEX™ software or third-party software systems.

Combine Advisor™

Combine Advisor is a suite of technologies designed to maximize harvesting profits. The features help the operator set and optimize the S700 Combine and then automates the combine to maintain performance target as conditions change. Purchasing Combine Advisor grants access to the Integrated Combine Adjustment 2 (ICA2) application, which houses three automation technologies: HarvestSmart™ system for automation of feed rate, Active Terrain Adjustment™ (ATA) system for terrain change management, and Auto Maintain with ActiveVision™ cameras for crop condition change management.

Combine Advisor also provides easy navigation of the S700 set and optimize features: harvest settings application for initial set up and setting storage, VisionTrak system for monitoring losses and harvesting performance, and the Interactive Combine Adjustment (ICA) performance wizard for step-by-step guidance of combine setting optimization. Once John Deere Combine Advisor is set into motion, the operator will experience ease-of-use benefits coupled with increased productivity.






Combine Advisor

Base features, plus ATA and ICA2. Includes ActiveVision cameras.


Base features include ICA, TouchSet™ system, VisionTrak, HarvestSmart, and engine speed management. HarvestSmart and engine speed management only included with code 2020 (ProDrive™ transmission). Engine speed management only available with Final Tier 4 (FT4) engines.

ICA2 hardware and software

Beginning in late summer/early fall, retrofit bundles for ICA2 will be available for model year 2018 and future models. The bundles include ActiveVision cameras, harnesses, Auto Maintain, and software.


Dealer installation instructions are included, as weldments and drilling are required. The process will most likely take around 10 hours of labor.





ICA2 retrofit bundle for S760 and S770 Combines

Also requires BXE10948 Active Terrain Adjustment bundle if the combine is not already equipped.


ICA2 retrofit bundle for S780 and S790 Combines

Also requires BXE10948 Active Terrain Adjustment bundle if the combine is not already equipped.

ICA2 retrofit bundle componentsICA2 retrofit bundle components
Bundle components
Camera material imaging sensor
Drive pressure separator
Grain quality bracket mounting parts
Grain quality controller module
ETN Intelligent Power Management (IPM) controller software
ETN CABC software
IPM - cab wall video wiring harness
IPM - grain quality wiring harness
IPM - tailing camera wiring harness
IPM - rethresher wiring harness
IPM mounting bracket
Mount to elevator
Combine Advisor video
ICA2 Application
ICA2 run pageICA2 run page

The ICA2 application provides the tools needed to set the combine to get the most out of it and automatically adjust settings to maintain optimum performance. Inside this application on the 4600 CommandCenter™ display, the operator will find many tools including easy-to-adjust current machine settings, priority setting for automation guidance, application status indicators, automation activity history overviews, and live grain analysis camera feeds.


Additionally, the operator can access the Optimize Performance wizard, activate three automation technologies, and set the performance targets the machine will automatically adjust to maintain.


Feature benefits:

  • Efficient combine operation with a one-page application for animation technologies
  • Improved combine settings management with settings, priorities, and status information all on one reference page
  • Reduced operator training and efficient, easy control of harvest settings through an intuitive run page and user interface



Grain analysis live viewGrain analysis live view

Combine Advisor with Auto Maintain is available as a factory-installed option on combines since model year 2018. Auto Maintain is compatible in corn, soybeans, wheat, canola, and barley. 

ICA2 run pageICA2 run page

The ICA2 application page gives the operator seamless access to many features.

  • Section A (yellow highlight): takes the operator to the current settings for concave clearance, rotor speed, fan speed, chaffer clearance, and sieve clearance, giving quick access to critical combine adjustments.
  • Section B (blue highlight): the Optimize Performance button uses a wizard to help the operator optimize combine performance.
  • Section C (pink highlight): the HarvestSmart system automates ground speed control during harvest to maintain a constant crop load.
  • Section D (orange highlight): the Active Terrain Adjustment system increases productivity and reduces tailings volume when harvesting up and down hills.
  • Section E (green highlight): indicates the operator’s priorities for automation.
  • Section F (red highlight): Auto Maintain monitors the combine and makes adjustments to maintain the performance at the operator-set performance target.
  • Section G (purple highlight): Auto Maintain also uses the buttons in section G to allow a glimpse into live views of the clean grain and tailings elevators and allows operators to use an analyzer function to see what Auto Maintain is seeing.



  • The automation features are dependent on the performance target sets. There are two ways a grower achieves an optimal target:
    • Combine optimization with the aid of ICA2 Optimize Performance wizard
    • Dealer support via a combine optimization value added service
  • Combine Advisor has been available as a factory-installed option since model year 2018 combines.
  • Auto Maintain is compatible for corn, soybeans, wheat, canola, and barley.
  • HarvestSmart is included only with ProDrive transmission code 2020.
  • Active Terrain Adjustment is an optional feature that is orderable with codes 1961 or 1962.
Historical Auto Maintain performance graphHistorical Auto Maintain performance graph

The ActiveVision cameras can detect broken and unthreshed grain. The cameras will also detect lightweight and heavy foreign material to make the appropriate combine changes. If the operator wants to see the grain as well, the system will highlight the broken and unthreshed grain to make it easier to analyze. The live view and historical graphs update constantly and the cameras can even tell the operator if there is debris on the lens.

Auto Maintain

Auto Maintain with ActiveVision cameras is technology that works by automatically adjusting S700 Combine settings to maintain the ideal targeted performance. When harvesting corn, soybeans, wheat, canola, or barley, the combine will maintain the performance of everything from grain loss and grain quality to foreign material in the grain tank. The ActiveVision cameras, along with grain loss monitors, are specifically designed to identify the impact of crop condition changes and adjust the combine to maintain target performance, allowing the operator to focus on other challenges of harvest.


Feature benefits:

  • Simply harvest by automating the critical workload of constantly managing combine settings when conditions change
  • Increase productivity by allowing ActiveVision cameras to identify and address tough-to-spot problems such as cracked grain
  • Provides flexibility in planning overall business and increases the productivity of the combine independent of operator experience
ICA2 run pageICA2 run page


Auto Maintain looks at the level at which the combine is performing, sets that as the goal, and automates combine settings to continually hit the target performance goal over and over again. Auto Maintain uses existing sensor inputs along with the ActiveVision cameras to make decisions for accurate combine adjustments. It does not use grain moisture as an input, however. Auto Maintain is able to hit the target goal by automatically making adjustments to the threshing speed, concave clearance, chaffer clearance, sieve clearance, and fan speed. The ActiveVision cameras have been trained by university experts to analyze the clean grain and tailings material and input that analysis into the Auto Maintain system. Auto Maintain will show the operator how it has been performing with a constantly updating historical graph of losses, grain quality, and foreign material in the clean grain. The green-shaded area below indicates the performance targets set. The colored lines show the ongoing levels of losses and quality. For example, the green, purple, and orange lines below show a period of time outside of the green-shaded acceptable area. Auto Maintain with ActiveVision cameras recognizes this and the Combine Advisor package makes the appropriate adjustments to meet the set targets.

Additional Combine Advisor features:
  • Active Terrain Adjustment (ATA) feature
  • Drive more productivity with HarvestSmart system
  • Interactive Combine Adjustment (ICA)
  • Harvest setup
  • Monitor losses and harvesting performance with VisionTrak system
  • John Deere engine speed management
4600 CommandCenter™ Display

The 4600 CommandCenter is the central information system used on all John Deere S700 Combines starting in 2018. The display allows the operator to view various important harvest and diagnostic information during harvesting and see it in a layout based on operator preferences. The 4600 CommandCenter has been developed in combination with the CommandARM™ console and the multifunction control lever to deliver outstanding ergonomics paired with best-in-class natural navigation.

4600 CommandCenter4600 CommandCenter

Feature benefits:

  • Display is easy to use due to its commonality across John Deere agriculture products
  • Large area for information provided by a 25.4-cm (10-in.) screen
  • Quick and easy navigation with touch functionality
  • 10 percent less button presses compared to the previous design because of an app-based user interface with simpler navigation
  • Easy, logical, and intuitive operation with five run pages which can be configured by operators according to their preferences
  • Quick, convenient access to the most used apps on the display as custom configured on nine hot keys
  • Improved uptime due to display interface time savings including shortcut keys below the display that allow access to the most important combine functions
  • Natural navigation with easy and clear structure
  • To increase digital display area and have even more overview, an Extended Monitor is available



Five run pages can be configured by the operator according to their preferences for easy, logical, and intuitive operation. By scrolling to the left and right on the display, the operator can conveniently switch from run page to run page just like on a smartphone. In addition, the operator can switch the run pages from the multifunction control lever. This means the operator does not have to move their hand off of the controls but is still able to navigate through run pages.

John Deere 4600 CommandCenter controlsJohn Deere 4600 CommandCenter controls

A. Next and previous run page

B. Status center

C. Shortcut keys

D. Menu

E. Run page

F. Title bar


The 4600 CommandCenter features up to nine configurable buttons, allowing operators to personalize the access to their favorite apps so they spend less time browsing through the menu.

Nine configurable shortcut keys for quick access on displayNine configurable shortcut keys for quick access on display

Below the 4600 CommandCenter the operator will find 14 shortcut keys guiding directly through the most important areas during the harvesting day, saving time and clicks as well as keeping the main focus on the harvest.


The 14 shortcut keys below display grants quick and easy access:


Operators that prefer even more digital surface than the 4600 CommandCenter are able to equip their S700 Combine with an Extended Monitor on the cornerpost. The Extended Monitor includes a bracket and adapter harness. The bracket allows the operator to flip up the Extended Monitor for improved visibility during road transport and maneuvering the combine.

{i} icon{i} icon
Extended MonitorExtended Monitor

The 4600 CommandCenter in the armrest supports following features:

  • Compatible with 254-mm (10-in.) touchscreen display
  • CommandCenter AutoTrac™ assisted steering system capable
    • AutoTrac is in base for model year 2019 with code 1851
  • JDLink™ telematics system
  • Wireless Data Transfer (WDT)
  • Remote Display Access (RDA)
  • Interactive Combine Adjustment and Integrated Combine Adjustment 2 (ICA and ICA2)
  • HarvestSmart™ system
  • Active Terrain Adjustment™ system
  • ActiveYield™ system    
  • Four camera inputs
  • Diagnostics and calibration
  • Harvesting information
  • Engine information
  • Header setup
  • Export screenshots and troubleshooting information
  • CommandCenter Premium 3.0 Activation capable
Layout manager
Layout manager selection pageLayout manager selection page
Layout manager module buildLayout manager module build

The 4600 CommandCenter features a modular-designed layout manager, so operators can easily create the page views that meet their needs. From the factory, machines are equipped with default run pages. An unlimited number of run pages can be added to the 4600 CommandCenter based on operator preference or operational needs. Toggling between run pages is as easy as using the arrow buttons on the top right portion of the title bar.

On-screen help and diagnostic text

There are a number of different ways to get meaningful on-screen help when navigating the 4600 CommandCenter. Operators can find the help icon on the shortcut bar on the bottom of every page. This icon gives detailed information on everything from combine operation to application information. Simply select the help icon and navigate to the information section that is needed.

Help iconHelp icon
Help center main pageHelp center main page

Additionally, application-based help is also available in all locations of the CommandCenter. Simply click on the {i} icon available on the title bar, and it will lead directly to more information on the application currently being used.

Work setup application

Work setup places the settings needed to properly setup AutoTrac, documentation, and Section Control in a single location.

Settings include:

  • Client, farm, and field
  • Crop type
  • Machine dimensions

Work setup can be quickly accessed from a shortcut key or the display menu, allowing operators and managers to quickly review display and machine settings to ensure a job is completed properly.

Work setup shortcut key (far left)Work setup shortcut key (far left)

Option code


1822 - base

4600 CommandCenter 254-mm (10-in.) color display – 4600 processor

Includes 4600 processor v2 and single 254-mm (10-in.) display. Processor equipped with CommandCenter controls and four video inputs included. CommandCenter Premium Activation capable. Documentation and CommandCenter AutoTrac are included in base software. For Machine Sync and A-B line sharing, an additional 2630 display is necessary. For more details on Machine Sync, please reference this dealer bulletin.


4600 CommandCenter 254-mm (10-in.) color display with extended monitor – 4600 processor

Includes 4600 processor v2 and a 254-mm (10-in.) display on CommandARM with a second 254-mm (10-in.) display on cornerpost. Extended monitor includes bracket and adapter harness. Processor equipped with CommandCenter controls and four video inputs included. CommandCenter Premium Activation capable. Documentation and CommandCenter AutoTrac are included in base software.

1851 - base

CommandCenter AutoTrac Activation

Includes non-transferrable, machine-specific AutoTrac functionality on the integrated Gen 4 CommandCenter. CommandCenter AutoTrac is non-transferable and not available on the GreenStar™ 3 (GS3) 2630 Display.

System accuracy is dependent on the StarFire™ receiver signal accuracy.


CommandCenter Premium 3.0 Activation

Includes non-transferrable, machine-specific AutoTrac, Data Sync, Section Overlap Control, AutoTrac RowSense™, and In-Field Data Sharing functionality on the Gen 4 CommandCenter.

To enable Wireless Data Transfer or Data Sync, a JDLink Connect subscription is required. Activation is machine specific and only available with a 4600 processor.

System accuracy is dependent on the StarFire receiver signal accuracy.

Only available for Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States.



High-performance Dyna-Flo™ Plus cleaning system

The Dyna-Flo Plus cleaning shoe is the heart of the S700 Combine cleaning system. The system is made up of a unique design consisting of aluminum and high-strength steel that reduces overall weight while maintaining overall strength. The Dyna-Flo Plus cleaning shoe also features an enhanced drive system that requires only one flywheel for optimal shoe performance and maximizes uptime.

Feature benefit:

  • Increased size of the sieve area by 12 percent for up to an additional 0.6 ha (1.5 acres) per hour of productivity.
  • Tailings volume reduction of up to 28 percent in coarse grains and up to 14 percent in small grains.
  • Weight reduction of 180 kg (396 lb) for smoother operation and reduced combine ground compaction.
Dyna-Flo Plus cleaning shoeDyna-Flo Plus cleaning shoe
Enhanced drive systemEnhanced drive system

The Dyna-Flo Plus cleaning system begins with conveyor augers located beneath the concave area, where the volume of threshed material is highest, to evenly move material onto the cleaning shoe (1). The deep auger troughs provide uniform distribution of material to the cleaning shoe with less bunching, even on sloping terrain and when harvesting up and down hills.

Dyna-Flo Plus cleaning shoeDyna-Flo Plus cleaning shoe

Once grain is on the cleaning shoe, the raised-center front chaffer cleans up to 40 percent of free grain before it reaches the main chaffer (3). High-velocity air from the cleaning fan elevates any light material traveling over the end of the front chaffer, resulting in more aggressive separation of chaff and increased cleaning performance (2). The main chaffer provides grain separation from chaff as the grain passes through the main chaffer to the sieve (4).

The sieve provides proper sizing of grain from material other than grain (5). Any grain that passes through the sieve is elevated to the grain tank while some grain or material other than grain flows to the tailings return system for reprocessing. On S760, and S770 Combines, the tailings material is directed back into the threshing section of the separator for additional threshing. The tailings material on the S780 and S790 Combines are directed to the active tailings return system for additional threshing, and then directed back on the return pan and then onto the main chaffer for additional cleaning (6).

Automatic shifting with ProDrive™ transmission
Harvesting in slopesHarvesting in slopes
Harvesting in rolling groundHarvesting in rolling ground

The industry-exclusive ProDrive system uses PowerShift™ transmission technology to automatically shift between two speed ranges as ground conditions and terrain change to keep the combine harvesting at the desired ground speed.  Valuable harvest time will no longer be lost shifting on hills and when exiting fields to start transporting.

Feature benefit:

  • Precise control of the combine speed (when going up or down hills) without the need to continuously monitor and adjust the multifunction control lever
  • Retain high levels of productivity through the speed ranges with shift-on-the-go technology
  • Maintain ground speed when engaging four-wheel drive (4WD) (if equipped)
  • Operator-selected maximum speed within each range, allowing for more precise control of the combine in delicate operations (for example, when hooking up headers)

The ProDrive system on S700 Combines includes an integrated HarvestSmart™ feedrate control system to provide the maximum productivity and reduce operator stress and fatigue.



The ProDrive hydrostatic motor has a higher displacement than the previous hydrostatic systems. Both the pump and motor are variable-displacement components that allow ProDrive to maintain high levels of torque to the ground throughout each of the two operating-speed ranges.


Range one can be set for typical harvesting speeds. Range two can be used when higher speeds are needed during harvest or when transporting the combine.


The ground speed can be infinitely varied within both modes by the operator, using the multifunction control lever on the CommandARM™ armrest console. The multifunction lever regulates the high-capacity, variable hydrostatic pump and motor that drives the ground speed.


Using the navigation tools on the armrest, the operator can dial in the desired maximum-attainable speed within each of the two speed ranges. The maximum forward speed in either range can be set from 0 to 38.6 km/h (0 to 24 mph). The maximum speed in range one cannot be set higher than the maximum speed for range two. For example, if a maximum harvest speed of 13 km/h (8 mph) is desired and set, the full forward position of the hydrostatic control handle will deliver the speed of 13 km/h (8 mph).


The ProDrive transmission is equipped with an electrohydraulic differential lock with a four-pinion differential.  Non-ProDrive combines have a two-pinion differential. When operating in muddy, hilly terrain or in sandy conditions that may cause one of the tires to lose traction, this differential lock enables the operator to maintain productivity. If traction is lost, the operator can quickly and easily engage the differential lock by pressing the differential lock button on the CommandARM armrest console. An indicator light within the button alerts the operator that the differential locking feature is engaged.

Platform tilt increases header productivity from the combine

Platform tilt allows operators to hydraulically adjust the fore-aft pitch of front-end equipment at the touch of a button from inside the cab to adapt to changing crop and field conditions.

Feature benefit:
  • Maximizes performance of header in down crop or changing field conditions to extend the harvest day by up to one hour
  • Achieves customized fore-aft angle of header with 17 degrees of tilt
  • Adjusts from inside the cab, on the go
Hydraulic fore-aft feederhouseHydraulic fore-aft feederhouse
Hydraulic fore-aft multifunction control leverHydraulic fore-aft multifunction control lever

The platform tilt feature includes a different multifunction lever (hydro handle) to adjust the feederhouse tilt frame from the cab.


All S700 Combines provide an optional hydraulic header fore-aft tilt capability from the cab. However, all S700 Combines include a front-tilting faceplate as standard equipment. This tilting faceplate allows static fore-aft adjustment of up to 17 degrees of tilt on the feederhouse to accommodate different header and tire combinations to ensure a parallel cutterbar-to-ground relationship. This prevents the cutterbar knife guards from bulldozing or the platform healing on the rear of the skid shoes.


NOTE: Hydraulic fore-aft adjustment range is limited based upon the front-end equipment attached to prevent header frame damage. Check availability in local Price Pages.

TriStream™ rotor designed for coarse grains and easy-threshing small grains

The TriStream rotor is unique to John Deere because it features a slightly tapered design in the threshing area for best-in-class grain quality while dramatically reducing the growling that often comes with heavy rotor loads. The TriStream rotor is recommended for producers who harvest mainly coarse grains along with easy-threshing small grains.

The spiral vanes surrounding the rotor guide the crop material through the threshing and separating area in a pull-and-release action to improve performance. This John Deere S700 Combine feature will generate less power consumption.


Feature benefits:

  • TriStream rotor technology reduces the force required to move material through the combine by as much as 20 percent, maximizing fuel efficiency.
  • The rifling grooves on the threshing elements allow the bullet-shaped rotor to move material more efficiently, maximizing crop threshing performance and grain quality.
  • Heavy-duty vanes on the top covers propel the crop smoothly rearward through the length of the rotor, ensuring all the threshed grain is separated.
S700 TriStream rotorS700 TriStream rotor



Fifteen cast-constructed threshing elements provide superior material handling with excellent grain quality.  The elements spiral around the rotor to control material flow.  In some harvesting environments, the dense-pack configuration (nine additional threshing elements) may be necessary. 

TriStream threshing elementsTriStream threshing elements

Conical top covers allow for smooth material movement within the threshing and separating area. The top covers have a radius larger than the rotor, allowing the material to expand as it travels along the top of the rotor. This design uses the pull-and-release action of crop material, aiding in the threshing and separating to reduce power consumption.

Conical top coversConical top covers
Variable-stream rotor designed for tough material handling

The industry-exclusive variable-stream rotor features a tapered design in the threshing section, which improves crop flow, enhances grain quality, and reduces power consumption. The variable-stream rotor with adjustable top cover transport vanes is recommended for producers of rice and in tough threshing conditions.


The variable-stream rotor smooths crop flow during tough handling conditions to maximize throughput. Along with the tough-material handling capabilities of the variable-stream rotor configuration, the straw quality and length can be improved due to the electrically adjustable top cover transport vanes.


Feature benefits:

  • The longer rotor taper in the threshing area allows improved material handling by providing smoother crop flow through the combine, maximizing threshing performance and fuel efficiency.
  • Electrically adjustable transport vanes allow operators to change the vane angle from the cab for improved straw quality.
S700 variable-stream rotorS700 variable-stream rotor



Fifteen cast-constructed threshing elements provide superior handling, improved durability and serviceability, and maintain excellent grain quality. The elements spiral around the rotor to move and control the material. In some harvesting conditions, 12 additional bolt-on threshing tines may be installed for increased material handling.


Rear discharge flights and a tapered rear cone improve material handoff to the rear discharge beater.


Electrically adjustable transport vanes allow operators to change the vane angle within the cab. Longer straw length can be accomplished when vanes are in the advanced position. 

Electric actuator for adjustable vanesElectric actuator for adjustable vanes


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Key Specs
Engine type John Deere PowerTech™ PSS engine
9.0 L
548 cu in.
Rated power 292 kW
391 hp
Fuel capacity 950 L
250 gal.
Rotor length 312 cm
123 in.
Rotor diameter 76.2 cm
30 in.
Concave area 1.1 m2
11.8 sq ft
Separating area 1.54 m2
16.6 sq ft
Total cleaning area (louvered) 5.1 m2
54.9 sq ft
Grain tank size 10,600 L
300 bu
Unloading rate 116.3 L/s
3.3 bu/sec
Engine type John Deere PowerTech PSS engine
9.0 L
548 cu in.
Emission level Final Tier 4 / Tier 2 (Australia/New Zealand)
Rated speed 2,200 rpm
Rated power 292 kW
391 hp
Power boost @ rated speed 25 kW
34 hp
Fuel capacity 950 L
250 gal.
Engine family
Drive type Fixed or variable or multi-speed
Conveyor chain slat type Cast iron
Width 139.7 cm
55 in.
Length 172.5 cm
67.9 in.
Feed Accelerator, Stone Trap (FAST) Reverser
Threshing/ Separating
Separator type Rotary
Rotor length 312 cm
123 in.
Rotor diameter 76.2 cm
30 in.
Rotor speed range 210-1,000 rpm
Concave area 1.1 m2
11.8 sq ft
Separating area 1.54 m2
16.6 sq ft
Discharge grate area 0.36 m2
3.9 sq ft
Front chaffer 0.5 m2
5.4 sq ft
Front chaffer extension
Pre cleaning
Chaffer 2.5 m2
26.9 sq ft
Sieve area 2.1 m2
22.6 sq ft
Total cleaning area (louvered) 5.1 m2
54.9 sq ft
Cleaning fan speed 620-1,350 rpm
Grain handling
Grain tank size 10,600 L
300 bu
Unloading auger length 6.9 or 7.9 m
22.5 or 26 ft
Unloading rate 116.3 L/s
3.3 bu/sec
Base weight - less head
Total machine 18,950 kg
41,778 lb
Manufacturing location
Country USA, East Moline, Illinois
Additional information
Date collected 04-May-2018