Deere introduces cell phone, tablet mounts for machine cabs

02/27/2013 09:45:00 AM
Vicky Boyd

tablet, cellphone mounts for equipment cabsCourtesy John DeereOlathe, Kan.-based John Deere has introduced brackets and attachments to mount tablets and cell phones inside of tractors, sprayers or other machine cabs.

The hardware is designed to make it more convenient for growers to have hands-free access without impairing visibility or access to machine controls, according to a news release.

The new brackets include a cell phone mount bracket kit, a tablet mount kit and an accessory mounting bracket kit.

They are all cross-compatible with current John Deere monitor kits and are customizable to fit each operator’s specific requirements.

The cell phone mount features the four-pronged RAM X-Grip, which can securely hold cell phones, global positioning system units and other similar devices without foam pads or other stabilizing materials.

The tablet mounting kit attaches to the accessory mounting bracket or existing monitor mounting bracket in the cab. It features easy to adjust wing nuts and ball joints, allowing the operator to adjust it to fit his or her needs.

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USA  |  February, 28, 2013 at 07:08 PM

Will the driver plow straight????

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