Find support information for all Case IH precision farming products to make sure you get the information you're looking for, quickly and efficiently.
Learn about the AFS Support Center, open support tickets and transfer files.
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Registering the precision farming products you own will keep all of those products nicely organized in the My AFS Products section. This will allow you to quickly find the information you need, for your products, when you have more important things to do.
The My Support Ticket area displays the current and closed tickets you have with the AFS Support Center. You can also open a new online ticket from this page.
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The AFS RTK+ mobile application proves the ultimate level of accessibility and control.
When you put AFS RTK+ to work on your operation, you can trust you’re achieving maximum efficiency through the most advanced technology available.
Pass-to-pass accuracy measures the relative accuracy over a 15-minute interval. This usually is thought of as guess-row error when driving rows, or as skip/overlap from one pass to the next when driving swaths. A Case IH GPS receiver with pass-to-pass accuracy of +/- 4 inches means you get less than 4 inches skip or overlap 95 percent of the time.
Year-to-year accuracy is the measure of repeatable accuracy when you drive the same rows a day, week, month or year later. So, +/- 1 inch year-to-year accuracy means you can drive the same rows next year within 1 inch of this year's rows, 95 percent of the time.
When your farming practices demand ultimate accuracy — sub-inch accuracy — Case IH offers three options suited to your individual situation and your receiver. This level of accuracy is ideal for strip-till or for maintaining consistent wheel traffic across fields season after season, year after year.
When accuracy and repeatability aren’t the driving factors for adding precision technology to your farming operation, these accuracy options effectively meet your needs.
Accurate data gathering, mapping, autoguidance and other features and functionality that Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) brings to your operation can improve productivity and agronomic performance, and increase overall efficiency year-round. Case IH receivers and related components help you implement AFS technology across all your equipment and all applications.
The AFS 372 is a GPS/GLONASS receiver capable of a wide range of accuracy levels, including sub-inch repeatability year over year. The 372 receiver utilizes WAAS as a standard no-charge correction while RangePoint RTX, OmniSTAR, CenterPoint RTX, CenterPoint VRS and CenterPoint RTK correction signals are all available with additional upgrades.
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In many applications, such as seeding or harvesting cereal grains, spreading dry fertilizer or tillage, 3- to 5-inch accuracy provides an appropriate level of overlap management. Choose from three options to meet your accuracy needs.
Tap into Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) technology to improve productivity, agronomic performance and increase overall efficiency year round.
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The technology behind AFS RTK+, along with the density of our network stations, helps ensure outstanding accuracy you can count on, from spring tillage and pre-plant applications through planting and side-dressing nitrogen, all the way through harvest and fall fieldwork. Consider the benefits:
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