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TONI for implements with ISOBUS.

Implement management.

TONI is a function which records the work data from attached implements in addition to the tractor data.

TONI for implements with ISOBUS.

Implement management.

TONI is a function which records the work data from attached implements in addition to the tractor data.

The complete tractor-machine combination at a glance.

TONI is a function which records the work data from attached implements in addition to the tractor data. TONI is currently available for CLAAS QUADRANT 5300, 5200 and 3400 large square balers and CARGOS dual-purpose wagons. TONI uses the ISOBUS tractor and implement communication interface to collect and record implement data. In QUADRANT balers, for example, data are collected on the number of bales per field, bale moisture content and other QUADRANT-specific parameters.

CLAAS tractors in the AXION, ARION and XERION series are TONI-enabled when they leave the factory, provided they are equipped with TELEMATICS. Furthermore,many partner companies such as Amazone, Zunhammer and Horsch now ensure that their machines and implements are TONI-compatible. Please contact your respective dealership to check whether these third-party implements are TONI-enabled.

TONI is incorporated into the official ISOBUS standards. In conjunction with TONI, TELEMATICS is the only telemetry system to offer real-time visualisation, documentation and optimisation for the complete tractor-machine combination regardless of manufacturer.

Benefits:

  • Automatic documentation of implement data
  • Optimum utilisation of many implements
  • Future-proofed through standardisation