Published on August 22, 2017 by admin

The CLAAS Electronic Machine Optimisation System (CEMOS) fulfils the wish for an assistant capable of finding the right combine settings every time, balancing performance, quality, safety and efficiency.

The operator assistance system runs on the external terminal (CEBIS MOBILE). CEMOS DIALOG guides the operator to the best machine configuration by suggesting improvements.

CEMOS AUTOMATIC is an umbrella term for all the functions that optimise the machine automatically. With the CEMOS AUTOMATIC functions, the machine automatically adjusts the settings so that the machine can be used to its full capacity. The driver’s job becomes much easier, making it possible to work effectively with CEMOS AUTOMATIC throughout long working days.

The CLAAS CRUISE PILOT automatically controls the harvesting speed for the best results on the basis of the engine load. Depending on the travel mode, the system uses various machine parameters simultaneously for control: ground speed, crop volume in the feeder housing and grain losses.

4D cleaning: incline-dependent control of rotor flaps. With the machine running along a side slope, the material in the residual grain separation system moves to the side of the returns pan closest to the bottom of the slope. As a result, the preparation floor and the sieves are loaded on one side only. And when the machine is running up or downhill, the fan speed and the sieve position have be adjusted in order to attain the optimum cleaning performance and avoid losses.

CEMOS AUTO CLEANING automatically and continuously adjusts the upper sieve and lower sieve as well as the fan speed in accordance with the prevailing field conditions and terrain.

The GRAIN QUALITY CAMERA shows the proportion of broken grains as well as the proportion of non-grain constituents (NGC).

AUTO CROP FLOW monitors threshing system, residual grain separation and engine.

CEMOS AUTO SEPARATION: continuously variable adjustment of rotor speed and adjustment of the separation area by opening and closing the rotor flaps.