John Deere 4640 Display: Key Features And Benefits

Jul 11, 2017

Technology is changing the world we live in. It’s taking what used to be manual processes and turning them into automated functions that are designed to improve productivity regardless of the task that’s at hand. When it comes to farming, the same can be said thanks to the growing fleet of available precision agriculture technology solutions.

The John Deere 4640 Display is the latest technological aid, designed to improve data collection, increase functionality, and simplify the management of tractor-driven field operations.

Part of the John Deere Generation 4 Operating System, the 4640 Display allows John Deere customers to use popular applications like AutoTrac™, documentation, and Section Control, all in a portable display.

John Mishler, production and precision ag marketing manager for John Deere, says, “The new 4640 Universal Display provides a transportable, easy-to-operate solution for customers with the John Deere Generation 4 operating system.”

But, what are some of the other features and benefits? Let’s take a closer look.

Improved Documentation

The John Deere 4640 Universal Display provides operators with improved documentation for the nutrient application and high-speed planting processes. The display is designed to allow operators to import the latest customer and product information without worrying about overwriting existing information. The wireless data transfer (WDT) and its “data sync” feature allow information to be automatically transmitted to the John Deere Operations Center. Lastly, the display works with the Gen 4 Extended Monitor, which increases the number of run pages that are visible to the operator. This gives them access to even more operation information.

Quick and Convenient Start Up and Restart

The 4640 Display has also been designed to be easy to set up and the startup time has been reduced. In addition, the overall navigation has been improved. Each of these features means more time for operators to be out working in the field and fewer mistakes throughout the day.

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