John Deere 1910

Feature Overview
John Deere 1910
  • Choice of auger or conveyor
  • Stationary single-shoot manifold
  • In-line drive system transfers power efficiently
  • New 550-bushel grain tank capacity on tow-behind models
Sizes - Tow-between model 2-tank / 270, 350 bu / 9531, 12355 L / 3-tank / 250, 430 bu / 8826, 15179 L /
Sizes - Tow-behind model 2-tank / 270, 350 bu / 9531, 12355 L / 3-tank / 250, 340, 430, 550 bu / 8810, 12002, 15179, 19381 L /
Fan size 44.7 (single), 66.04 (dual) cm / 17.6 (single), 26 (dual) in.
Fan speed 2000 to 5000 rpm
Feature Overview
John Deere 1910
  • Choice of auger or conveyor
  • Stationary single-shoot manifold
  • In-line drive system transfers power efficiently
  • New 550-bushel grain tank capacity on tow-behind models
Sizes - Tow-between model 2-tank / 270, 350 bu / 9531, 12355 L / 3-tank / 250, 430 bu / 8826, 15179 L /
Sizes - Tow-behind model 2-tank / 270, 350 bu / 9531, 12355 L / 3-tank / 250, 340, 430, 550 bu / 8810, 12002, 15179, 19381 L /
Fan size 44.7 (single), 66.04 (dual) cm / 17.6 (single), 26 (dual) in.
Fan speed 2000 to 5000 rpm
Features

Choice of auger or conveyor

254-mm (10-in.) auger on 15,200-L (430-bu) cart 254-mm (10-in.) auger on 15,200-L (430-bu) cart
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As growers look for ways to increase efficiencies, one solution is to shorten the time required to fill. By increasing pit stop productivity, growers are able to cover more ground per day.

 

Producers have the choice of an auger or conveyor to fit their needs.

 

The 254-mm (10-in.) auger:

  • Available on the 12,300-L (350-bu), 15,200-L (430-bu), and 19,400-L (550-bu) carts
  • Loading rate 1800-L (50-bu) per minute
  • Balanced for safe, convenient movement between storage and filling positions
  • Able to fit under the meters for tank cleanout

The 203-mm (8-in.) auger:

  • Available on 8,800-L (250-bu), 9,500-L (270-bu), and 12,000-L (340-bu) carts
  • 700-L (20-bu) per minute fill rate
305-mm (12-in.) conveyor 305-mm (12-in.) conveyor
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The 305-mm (12-in.) conveyor provides producers with a gentle conveyance system:

  • 305-mm (12-in.) wide belt with risers spaced on 150-mm (6-in.)
  • 1400-L (40-bu) per minute fill rate
  • Can also transfer fertilizer
  • Cleanout  trap door at the bottom
  • Optional on all 1910 carts

The telescoping spout provides the following benefits:

  • Decreases fill time
  • Easily fills each tank to the very top
  • Improves movement when going from one tank to another, matching the tank height

A meter cartridge at each tank effectively meters seed or fertilizer into the primary manifold. Air carries the material to the secondary distributor for delivery to the openers on the seeding tool.

 

Meters are contained in a cartridge for convenient removal and are color coded for easy identification.

Metering systemMetering system

A manual half-width disconnect is incorporated into the 1910 meter system:

  • Allows one-half of the metering system to be manually shut off for irregular shaped headlands, point rows, etc. on mechanical drive carts.
  • Allows the meter cartridge to be removed with material still in the tank(s).
  • Allows tanks to be emptied with meter and primary manifold in place.
Electric actuator on the C850 Air CartElectric actuator on the C850 Air Cart
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On the C850 Air Cart an electric actuator controls product flow from the tank to the meter housing:

  • Allows complete shut off of product flow with little effort
  • Allows the meter cartridge to be removed with material still in the tank(s).
  • Allows tanks to be emptied with meter and primary manifold in place.

The easy-to-navigate staircase and large platform provide easy access to tank lids.

 

On tow-between carts, there is convenient front access to the platform, with step-over access when going from side-to-side over the front hitch.

Tow-between cart, front accessTow-between cart, front access
Tow-between cart, front accessTow-between cart, front access
Tow-behind cart, rear accessTow-behind cart, rear access
Tow-behind cart, rear accessTow-behind cart, rear access

Secondary manifolds
Secondary manifold on seeding tool Secondary manifold on seeding tool
One-piece removable lid with tether One-piece removable lid with tether

Secondary manifolds with 25-mm (1-in.) diameter lines evenly distribute the seed and/or fertilizer from the primary manifold(s) to the furrow openers.

 

Primary hoses are color coded to conveniently connect the air distribution kit from the 1910 Cart to the seeding tool.

The 25-mm (1-in.) secondary lines used for seed are clear with a black spiral. For double-shoot air kits, hoses are clear with a green spiral.

 

The secondary manifold is made of durable, maintenance-free ethylene-propylene molded (EPDM) rubber. Features of the secondary manifold:

  • Rust resistant, important when applying fertilizer or treated seed
  • No tools required to remove lid
  • No long bolt in the secondary tower
  • Lid is tethered to the manifold
  • The outlet ports are numbered
  • Primary hoses are color coded to conveniently connect
High-output, hydraulically driven fan High-output, hydraulically driven fan
Fan as seen on 19,400-L (550-bu) cart Fan as seen on 19,400-L (550-bu) cart

The 1910 Commodity Air Cart uses an airstream to gently deliver seed and/or fertilizer to the openers. A strong, consistent airstream is necessary to keep product moving without plugging the air runs, while making sure damage is not occurring to the seed.

 

The large 450-mm (17.6-in.) diameter fan generates a low-velocity, high-volume airstream that carries the product to the openers. By using a high volume of air, there is less chance of damaging seed, while decreasing the likelihood of plugging the air system.

 

The fan is driven by the tractor's hydraulic system. It requires approximately 53- to 75-L/min (14 to 26-gpm) oil flow for operation.

 

IMPORTANT: The 53- to 75-L/min (14- to 26-gpm) is for the 1910 Cart fan only; additional hydraulic capacity from the tractor is also required for the hydraulic drive motors and for the seeding tool, depending on what seeding tool is chosen.

 

NOTE: Requires motor seal drain kit.

Primary manifolds
Stationary double-shoot primary manifold Stationary double-shoot primary manifold
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Primary manifolds are mounted below the tanks with 63.5-mm (2-1/2-in.) diameter tubes to distribute seed/fertilizer evenly to the secondary manifolds, which are located on the seeding tool.

 

63.5-mm (2-1/2-in.) primary lines are clear with either a black or green spiral:

  • Black spiral for single-shoot systems
  • Black and green spiral for double-shoot systems

Stationary single-shoot or stationary double-shoot primary manifolds are available.

 

Single-shoot air systems are used when seeding only or when applying a starter fertilizer along with the seed. Double-shoot air systems are used when applying higher levels of fertilizer, allowing simultaneous application of seed and fertilizer by placing them in two different locations in the seed row. With the proper 1910 Cart configuration, starter fertilizer can also be applied with the seed in a double-shoot air system.


Hydraulic drives

Starting in model year 2014, hydraulic drives became standard equipment on the 1910 air carts, offering consistent drive power to the meters. Hydraulic drives come standard with variable-rate drive and hydraulic calibration.

 

The drive system reduces a large number of mechanical and electrical components including transmissions, clutches, chain drives, sprockets, gears, and shafts by replacing them with a hydraulic drive motor, electrohydraulic valve, and a chain drive connecting the motor and meter.

 

Each meter has its own hydraulic drive motor and can be set independently of each other. It is recommended to use power beyond or another selective control valve (SCV) if power beyond is not available. Hydraulically powered meters minimize the pulsing effect found in chain driven systems. The motor speed is controlled by an electrohydraulic valve mounted on the motor.

 

Operators can shut off any meter from the in-cab display. The cart software comes with six pre-loaded rates for seeding. Map based prescriptions can be used with variable rates.

 

The system uses wheel speed from the cart to determine ground speed. If the cart wheel speed drops below 3.2 km/h (2 mph), the system will use tractor speed, if available, to maintain proper application rates when turning or coming out of a headland turn.

Hydraulic drive motor Hydraulic drive motor
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Variable rate

Starting in model year 2014, hydraulic variable-rate drive became standard equipment for 1910 air carts. Quick changing rates are important for maintaining accuracy with variable-rate prescription applications.

Meter drive system Meter drive system
Meter drive system with safety shield installed Meter drive system with safety shield installed
Hydraulic calibration

Hydraulic calibration makes it convenient to rotate the cart meters to perform accurate calibration.

 

More than one meter can be calibrated at a time. Following the below instructions for 1910 air carts:

  1. Weigh bag, tare scale
  2. Add bag to bottom of meter
  3. Rotate the meters twice to charge them with product
  4. Turn the meters until they stop
  5. Weigh the bag with product inside
  6. Enter the weight of the product on the in-cab display
Calibration tools and equipment Calibration tools and equipment
Operator performing calibration Operator performing calibration
Meter verification

Operators can perform meter verification without driving. In the meter verification page on the in-cab display, select the meter(s) to verify and the stationary checkbox. When the operator engages the calibration switch, the meter will turn the number of revolutions to meter out the amount of product for the area selected.

 

NOTE: It is highly recommended to have power beyond and load sense installed on the tractor hydraulic system to power the hydraulic drives. This feature will save fuel, as well as reduce hydraulic heat, while providing maximum performance by the tractor hydraulic system to the cart hydraulic drive motors. By having load sense, the tractor is only required to provide the pressure and flow that the drives require. Power beyond and load sense capability have been tested and approved for all 8x00, 9x00, and newer John Deere tractors. Older John Deere tractors and competitive tractors have not been tested for functionality.  If power beyond is not available, an additional SCV will be needed to power hydraulic drives. See link for more information on power beyond kits.

 

NOTE: Hydraulic drives cannot be performance upgraded onto mechanical drive carts.

 

NOTE: For high application rates, it is recommended to utilize tractors with the hi-flow hydraulic pump option. See 1910 Commodity Cart tractor compatibility and requirements for more information.


SectionCommand controls seed and fertilizer overlaps and skips

Controlling input costs and improving productivity are key producer requirements today. SectionCommand is an effective, integrated John Deere solution designed to meet these intensifying needs. SectionCommand manages both seed and fertilizer application by minimizing overlaps and skips while seeding with the John Deere 1910 and C850 Air Carts.

 

Owner benefits include:

  • Improved consistency of crop maturity at harvest
  • Improved consistency during emergence and growing season
  • Reduced seed input cost
  • Reduced fertilizer input cost
  • Increased time between fills due to input savings

SectionCommand is base equipment with optional deduct on all John Deere 1910 and C850 Air Carts. Each tank and meter will receive SectionCommand components. A two-tank cart will control sections out of both tanks, a three-tank cart will control sections out of all   three tanks, and the C850 cart will control sections out of all four tanks. SectionCommand is also available as an attachment for field conversion (AFC) for all 1910 hydraulic drive carts. See AFC kit story for more information.

 

SectionCommand controls seed and fertilizer output by closing and opening gates on the bottom side of the meter. When the gates are open, commodity is metered out, and when closed, commodity stays and continues to rotate within the meter. The meter stays full at all times so immediately when the gate opens, the commodity can flow into the primaries and out to the tool. Since each meter section has its own gate, application rates and row-to-row accuracy are not compromised. The gates are utilized to control commodity output on all sections. Once the last gate needs closed, the entire meter will stop turning, stopping product flow.

Seeded fields photo Seeded fields photo
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When commanded, electric over-hydraulic solenoids engage actuators to instantaneously close the gate for the needed section. The actuators are powered via hydraulics from the same circuit as the hydraulic drive motors. When power is cut, oil is diverted to retract the actuators and open the gates. The retraction is both powered and spring assisted, so it will always default to the seeding position. The oil from SectionCommand drains back through the fan motor case drain line and is coupled with an accumulator on the valve block to provide extra drainage capacity.

SectionCommand components as seen on back side of meterSectionCommand components as seen on back side of meter
SectionCommand components as seen on front side of meterSectionCommand components as seen on front side of meter

SectionCommand incorporates gate detection, which gives producers the satisfaction of knowing the gates are in position as commanded. Magnets on the back side of the gates are used in close proximity to the gate detection sensors to determine if the gates are open or closed. Should a gate not be in the commanded position, an alarm will alert the operator of the gate(s) in question. The blockage warning system works in conjunction with SectionCommand to give further confidence whether a given section is seeding or not when commanded.

SectionCommand meter cartridge showing one gate closed and magnet on backside of gateSectionCommand meter cartridge showing one gate closed and magnet on backside of gate
Gate detection sensorGate detection sensor

For maximum performance, SectionCommand should be controlled through John Deere Section Control. Coupling SectionCommand with John Deere Section Control provides the ultimate in precision seeding and productivity. If a Section Control activation is held by the producer, that same activation can be utilized for SectionCommand.

 

SectionCommand introduces the orange roller, which has the same number of flutes and spacing as the blue roller, but shorter flutes. It is for use only with SectionCommand when seeding seeds larger than 6 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter (soybeans, chick peas, etc.). The orange roller is not for use with cereal grains or fertilizer.

Orange roller, for use only with large seeds and SectionCommandOrange roller, for use only with large seeds and SectionCommand
SectionCommand equalizer

Due to the varying lengths of product delivery hose used across the drill, SectionCommand has a built in equalizer feature to ensure consistent product delivery across the width of the drill when entering and exiting headlands. The software allows the producer to set the on/off product delivery times separately for the outermost opener and the innermost opener on the drill. Product delivery times are inputted for each tank on the cart, and the software creates a time delay for actuation of the gates.

 

Please see the Using SectionCommand video for more information.

Enabling SectionCommand equalizerEnabling SectionCommand equalizer
Input on/off times for outer opener versus inner opener on each tankInput on/off times for outer opener versus inner opener on each tank

NOTE: Please reference CCMS solution 111434 for more information.


Operators continually seek easier and faster operations while seeding and reduce time spent filling and unloading.

 

Conveyance on 12,334-L (350-bu), 15,200-L (430-bu), and 19,400 (550-bu) carts is controlled by hydraulic cylinders on the conveyance arms. The cylinders move the main arm, swing arm, and elevation. Now operators can easily deploy the conveyance system with less effort.

 

Input to the system is received from one of two remotes. Each operator receives a wireless remote that can be operated from anywhere near the cart and a tethered remote that can be operated from ground level near the front meter. Each remote controls the same functions and gives flexibility of system control should two operators be in the area during cart fill and unload.

 

The remotes can start, stop, and control speed of the conveyance system. For added security, the speed control arm is retained on the conveyance and can override the remotes to slow down or stop the belt or auger.

 

Securing the auger or conveyor is now easier and gives the operator a greater sense of security with over-center latches on both the top and bottom of the conveyance.

 

Both the main and swing arms are longer giving operators greater flexibility in tendering vehicle parking locations.

Wireless remote Wireless remote
Receiver and tethered remote Receiver and tethered remote
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A - Remote on/off

B - Conveyance stop/start

C - Conveyance slow down/speed up

D - Tilt/elevation

E - Main arm retract/extend

F - Swing arm retract/extend

Factory-installed hopper Factory-installed hopper
Left-hand side of cart in transport Left-hand side of cart in transport
Left-hand side of cart in fill position Left-hand side of cart in fill position
Left-hand side of cart in unload position Left-hand side of cart in unload position
Low-profile hopper folder and unfolded Low-profile hopper folder and unfolded
Low-profile hopper folder and unfolded Low-profile hopper folder and unfolded

Low-profile hopper

 

For operators who fill carts from semi hopper bottoms or who desire full width meter clean out, John Deere has partnered with KSi® Conveyors to provide a low-profile hopper. The hoppers are compatible with all hydraulic conveyance carts. The hoppers utilize conveyor belts and are available for both the 254-mm (10-in.) auger and 305-mm (12-in.) conveyor. The hoppers are longer than competitive offerings on similar cart sizes.

 

The hoppers easily fold over to keep mud and rocks from being slung into the hopper and for tight maneuverability during transport and seeding. During fill and unload, flip the hoppers back over to move product.

 

Each hopper comes with both a large and small screen for optimizing product flow and catching foreign material during fills. Rubber skirting around the hopper provides flexibility during use and adds capacity to the hopper.

 

Please contact KSi Conveyors for ordering information.


KSi Conveyors Inc.
c/o Bruce Frank
1(888) 574-3277
+1(815) 457-2403
[email protected]
https://www.ksiconveyors.com/jddealer

 

KSi is a trademark of KSi Conveyor, Inc.


SectionCommand is available as an attachment for field conversion (AFC) for all hydraulic drive carts. See SectionCommand saves seed and fertilizer input costs for more information on benefits and workings of the system.

SectionCommand components on 1910 Cart with meter cartridge removedSectionCommand components on 1910 Cart with meter cartridge removed
SectionCommand on 1910 Air CartSectionCommand on 1910 Air Cart

There are four main components needed to add SectionCommand onto 1910 hydraulic drive air carts:

 

1. SectionCommand AFC kit (listed in the table below, order one kit per meter), kit includes:

  • SectionCommand valve block and meter housing components
  • Gate detection controller
  • Electronic power module (EPM)
  • Associated harnessing, hardware, and brackets

2. Hydraulic hoses - Dealer is responsible for fabricating and sourcing hoses.

 

3. SectionCommand meter cartridges will be needed for each meter. These meter cartridges contain gates, gate detection sensors and a secondary meter lock-down. See Meter cartridges for field conversion for more information.

 

4. New Operator’s Manual including SectionCommand. Order A98462 or newer 1910 operator’s manual when installing onto a model year 2013 19,400-L (550-bu) cart or all model year 2014 carts.

 

Ensure the latest version of software is installed on both cart controller and in-cab display.

 

All SectionCommand kits are sold in eight-run configurations. If pairing the cart with a tool of seven runs or less, order 1 - BA32812 meter run reduction kit per cart. This kit contains parts to block off runs not used when pairing a cart with a tool of seven runs or less.

 

NOTE: For SectionCommand to operate properly, it must be installed on each meter. 

 


To assist in determining savings potential for an operation when using SectionCommand, please utilize the savings calculator. A link is provided for access to the calculator.

 

Directions:

 

The savings calculator can calculate savings potential for up to three crops.  Insert the variables into the yellow boxes for each of the three crops.  Input variables include:

  • Crop(s)
  • Acres of each crop
  • Seeding rate per acre
  • Seed price per pound
  • Fertilizing rate per acre
  • Fertilizing rate per pound

Green boxes will list the potential savings per crop and total savings are listed at the bottom of the page.


1910 Cart brakes1910 Cart brakes

Cart brakes are an option with 430 Tow Between, 430 Tow Behind, and 550 Tow Behind carts. The brakes are required when using a 18.3-m (60-ft) N560F Disk Drill or 23.2-m (76-ft) P576 Air Hoe Drill.

 

The air cart hydraulic brakes connect to the tractor’s hydraulics through a brake connection at the rear of the tractor. Tow behind carts require an extension hose for the air seeding tool.

 

The air cart brake system supplements the tractor brakes. The cart system senses when the tractor’s brakes are applied and engages a caliper on a rotor at each rear axle hub.

 

Ensure the tractor has a hydraulic brake port and is equipped with adequate ballast for the air cart and seeding tool.


Air Power 2 fan drive system Air Power 2 fan drive system

Enhanced air seeding performance would not be possible without the updates to the 15,152-L (430-bu) and 19,381-L (550-bu) 1910 and C850 air carts.

 

For the wider seeding width, more fan capacity has been added.

 

Air Power 2 provides two independently controlled fans ™ one for seed, one for fertilizer. Along with 76.2-mm (3-in.) primaries, more accurate delivery rates are possible across the full width of the seeding tool ™ from opener to opener. Air Power 2 delivers high rates, up to 40 percent more product delivery per primary compared to the single-fan system.

 

Dual fans are required for tow-between and tow-behind carts on the 23.2-m (76-ft) P576 and the 18.3-m (60-ft) N560F. Each fan will direct air to one set of primaries. Two selective control valves (SCVs) are required for the fans. The fan speed will be controlled through the SCV flow control.

 

Air Power 2 will also be compatible with:

  • 17-m (56-ft) P556
  • 13-m (43-ft) N543F
  • 15.2- and 18.3-m (50- and 60-ft) 1890 models

An option is available for stainless-steel primaries to resist corrosion from high fertilizer rates.

C850 Air Cart C850 Air Cart

There is a slide at the meter to choose bottom or top shoot for each product. There is also a valve on the tank pressure system to choose top or bottom shoot. This same valve is used to adjust the amount of air to the tank to create the proper pressure differential.

Pressure valve handle Pressure valve handle

The arrow on the valve handle should be pointing to the top of the range for the top shoot and the bottom of the range for the bottom shoot. If the tank will not be in use, set the pressure valve to the middle setting to not pressurize the tank. The operator should use the gauge to find the correct setting. Location of pressure read-out:

  • 1910 Tow-Behind left-hand side of cart on pressure gauge*
  • 1910 Tow-Between front of the cart on pressure gauge*
  • C850 Air Cart side display

* The electronic pressure sensor is located behind the mechanical gauge on the side of the cart.

 

For all Air Power 2 configured carts, an electronic pressure sensor will send a warning to the display if the tank pressure differential is out of range. If pressure is in the green operating range, the tanks are sealed and operating correctly.

Tank warnings on the GreenStar© 3 2630 Display

NOTE: Only applies to 1910 AirPower 2 Carts as the C850 Cart is only compatible with the Gen 4 4600 CommandCenter© or 4640 Universal Display.

Tank warning on display Tank warning on display

The operator will receive a warning in the display if a tank’s pressure is above or below normal working range. There will be a warning sign over the tank with the out-of-range issue.

 

Select the icon to view the tank pressure screen.

Tank pressure screen ™ plus indicates too much product Tank pressure screen ™ plus indicates too much product

The operator can press on the red warning and get a screen that looks like the picture above. The plus indicates the pressure is out of range and could be delivering too much product.

Tank pressure screen ™ minus indicate too little product Tank pressure screen ™ minus indicate too little product

The minus indicates the pressure is out of range and could be delivering too little product.

 

*Only applies to 1910 Air Power 2 Carts as the C850 Cart is only compatible with the Gen 4 4600 CommandCenter© or 4640 Universal Display.

 

NOTE: A quick reference guide will ship with every operator’s manual. Please reference that and the operator’s manual for more detailed information.


Monitoring the product levels in tanks has never been easier with the camera-ready feature of the 1910 and C850 Air Carts. The carts come pre-wired to accept a camera in each tank and on the rear of the machine. Cameras allow the operator to conveniently monitor product levels in each tank, which is especially reassuring when product levels are low. Cameras also provide the operator with visibility behind the cart when traveling down the road.

Camera locations on the 1910 Air CartCamera locations on the 1910 Air Cart
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Camera location on the C850 Air CartCamera location on the C850 Air Cart

For the 1910 Air Carts, the producer has the choice of linking up to three cameras (CabCAM™ or Voyager® cameras) to a GreenStar™ 3 2630 Display or up to four Voyager cameras on a Generation 4 4600 CommandCenter™ Display or 4640 Universal Display. If the producer wants to view more than four cameras, a producer-purchased camera display will be needed.

 

For C850 Air Carts, the producer can use up to four Voyager cameras on a Generation 4 4600 CommandCenter Display or 4640 Universal Display. If the producer wants to view more than four cameras, a producer-purchased camera display will be needed.

 

NOTE: Generation 4 displays only support Voyager cameras.

 

While the 1910 and C850 Air Carts come pre-wired to adapt cameras, additional harnesses are necessary for connecting to the tractor, and a tool overlay harness will be needed for tow-behind carts. Please use the option codes below if ordering on a new machine or the part numbers for configuring an existing machine.

Option code

Description

Parts

9610

Tool overlay harness

AA94564

9615

Gen 4 4600 CommandCenter Display tractor cab harness

AA93727 (order one per camera)

AA94316

9620

4640 Universal Display tractor cab harness

SWTY268456

AA94316

9625

GreenStar 3 2630 Display tractor cab harness

AA94319

AA94316

 

Some carts may require SWVOSCCAM and AA96311, a Voyager connector to CabCAM connector, on the rear of the cart.

 

CabCAM is a trademark of ATI Products, Inc. Voyager is a trademark of ASA Electronics, LLC.


SectionCommand is available as an attachment for field conversion (AFC) for all hydraulic drive carts. See SectionCommand saves seed and fertilizer input costs for more information on benefits and workings of the system.

SectionCommand components on 1910 Cart with meter cartridge removed SectionCommand components on 1910 Cart with meter cartridge removed
SectionCommand on 1910 Air Cart SectionCommand on 1910 Air Cart

There are four main components needed to add SectionCommand onto 1910 hydraulic drive air carts:

 

1. SectionCommand AFC kit (listed in the table below, order one kit per meter), kit includes:

  • SectionCommand valve block and meter housing components
  • Gate detection controller
  • Electronic power module (EPM)
  • Associated harnessing, hardware, and brackets

2. Hydraulic hoses - Dealer is responsible for fabricating and sourcing hoses.

 

3. SectionCommand meter cartridges will be needed for each meter. These meter cartridges contain gates, gate detection sensors, and a secondary meter lock-down. See Meter cartridges for field conversion for more information.

 

4. New Operator’s Manual including SectionCommand. Order A98462 or newer 1910 operator’s manual when installing onto a model year 2013 19,400-L (550-bu) cart or all model year 2014 carts.

 

Ensure the latest version of software is installed on both cart controller and in-cab display.

 

All SectionCommand kits are sold in eight-run configurations. If pairing the cart with a tool of seven runs or less, order one - BA32812 meter run reduction kit per cart. This kit contains parts to block off runs not used when pairing a cart with a tool of seven runs or less.

 

NOTE: For SectionCommand to operate properly, it must be installed on each meter. 

 


To assist in determining savings potential for an operation when using SectionCommand, please utilize the savings calculator. A link is provided for access to the calculator.

 

Directions:

 

The savings calculator can calculate savings potential for up to three crops.  Insert the variables into the yellow boxes for each of the three crops.  Input variables include:

  • Crop(s)
  • Acres of each crop
  • Seeding rate per acre
  • Seed price per pound
  • Fertilizing rate per acre
  • Fertilizing rate per pound

Green boxes will list the potential savings per crop and total savings are listed at the bottom of the page.


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A meter cartridge at each tank effectively meters seed or fertilizer into the primary manifold. Air carries the material to the secondary distributor for delivery to the openers on the seeding tool.

 

Meters are contained in a cartridge for convenient removal and are color coded for easy identification.

Metering system Metering system

A manual half-width disconnect is incorporated into the meter system:

  • Allows one-half of the metering system to be manually shut off for irregular shaped headlands, point rows, etc. on mechanical drive carts.
  • Allows the meter cartridge to be removed with material still in the tank(s).
  • Allows tanks to be emptied with meter and primary manifold in place.
Electric actuator on C-Series Air Carts Electric actuator on C-Series Air Carts
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On the C-Series Air Carts, an electric actuator controls product flow from the tank to the meter housing:

  • Allows complete shut off of product flow with little effort
  • Allows the meter cartridge to be removed with material still in the tank(s)
  • Allows tanks to be emptied with meter and primary manifold in place

With the RelativeFlow blockage sensing, operators can see the flow rate of both seed and fertilizer from inside the tractor cab. Sensors on all primary towers and secondary hoses monitor the relative product flow, giving you a better view of the flow rate of both seed and fertilizer from the cart to the opener from inside your tractor cab. This exclusive technology can help you identify any problems before potential blockage occurs.

 

RelativeFlow Blockage is available on the following models:

  • P540 - 12.2-m (40-ft)
  • P556 - 17.1-m (56-ft)
  • P576 - 23.2-m (76-ft)
  • N500C - all widths
  • 1890 - 15.2-m (50-ft) and 18.3-m (60-ft)
  • N530F - 9.1-m (30-ft)
  • N540F - 12.2-m (40-ft)
  • N543F - 13.1-m (43-ft)
  • N560F - 18.3-m (60-ft)

 

RelativeFlow Blockage is compatible with hydraulic drive carts for model year 2014 and newer 1910, model year 2013 and newer 550 Carts, C650 and C850 Air Cart.

 

Below are the GreenStar© 3 2630 Display screens for the blockage monitoring system. For complete details and information, see the owner’s manual.

Blockage monitoring screen on GreenStar© 3 2630 Blockage monitoring screen on GreenStar© 3 2630

The RelativeFlow sensing chart shows the amount of flow through each sensor on the selected tower. Sensitivity for the blockage system can be adjusted if desired, as shown below.

Blockage monitoring screen on GreenStar 3 2630 Blockage monitoring screen on GreenStar 3 2630

Blockage warning sensitivity allows the producer to set and change the sensitivity of the sensors to meet their preferences. Increasing the sensitivity means the system is more likely to show a false blockage, while less sensitivity means the system is more likely to miss a blockage.

 

Multiple run-page alarm behavior options are available for selection.

Blockage monitoring screen on GreenStar 3 2630 Blockage monitoring screen on GreenStar 3 2630

Below are the Gen 4 display screens for the blockage monitoring system on the N500C.

 

For complete details and information reference, the owner’s manual.

RelativeFlow Blockage configured run page RelativeFlow Blockage configured run page

The SeedStar© system run page displays the five major run settings. Clicking on any of the tiles will take an operator to that specific page (shown below).

Operators can zoom into flow details by meter section when selecting blockage tiles Operators can zoom into flow details by meter section when selecting blockage tiles
Operators can zoom into the row level to access row/sensor information and turn a sensor on/off independently Operators can zoom into the row level to access row/sensor information and turn a sensor on/off independently
Blockage sensitivities and alarm delays are all set up on one easy-to-navigate screen Blockage sensitivities and alarm delays are all set up on one easy-to-navigate screen

Blockage alarm delays can be set up by clicking on the advanced settings button from the blockage set-up screen.

  • A blockage delay is how long a blockage should occur before an alarm is sounded.
  • The blockage alarm reminder is how often the alarm should sound when a blockage occurs.
  • The meter on delay is the time from when the meter is turned on until the blockage sensor should start monitoring for blockage.
  • The meter off delay is the time from when the meter is turned off until the blockage sensor should start monitoring to verify no flow.

For more detailed information, see the owner’s manual.

 

Air tools with Relative Flow Blockage are not compatible with 1910 air carts with ground drive.

 


SectionCommand is an effective, integrated, exclusive John Deere solution that reduces costly overlaps and skips that can waste seed and fertilizer, while offering more consistent fields that improve the potential of your yield and your bottom line.

 

Thanks to individual meter sections that control commodity flow, you can maintain the right application rates and row-to-row accuracy. This helps stimulate even crop emergence during the growing season and promotes consistent crop maturity at harvest. SectionCommand controls output from all meters on the cart up to eight sections.

 

Owner benefits include:

  • Improved consistency of crop maturity at harvest
  • Improved consistency during emergence and growing season
  • Reduced seed input cost
  • Reduced fertilizer input cost
  • Increased time between fills due to input savings

SectionCommand is base equipment with optional deduct on all John Deere 1910 and C-Series Air Carts. Each tank and meter will receive SectionCommand components. A two-tank cart will control sections out of both tanks, a three-tank cart will control sections out of all three tanks, and the C-Series Air Carts will control sections out of all four tanks. SectionCommand is also available as an attachment for field conversion (AFC) for all 1910 hydraulic drive carts. See AFC kit story for more information.

 

SectionCommand controls seed and fertilizer output by closing and opening gates on the bottom side of the meter. When the gates are open, commodity is metered out, and when closed, commodity stays and continues to rotate within the meter. The meter stays full at all times so immediately when the gate opens, the commodity can flow into the primaries and out to the tool. Since each meter section has its own gate, application rates and row-to-row accuracy are not compromised. The gates are utilized to control commodity output on all sections. Once the last gate needs closed, the entire meter will stop turning, stopping product flow.

Seeded fields photo Seeded fields photo
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When commanded, electric over-hydraulic solenoids engage actuators to instantaneously close the gate for the needed section. The actuators are powered via hydraulics from the same circuit as the hydraulic drive motors. When power is cut, oil is diverted to retract the actuators and open the gates. The retraction is both powered and spring assisted, so it will always default to the seeding position. The oil from SectionCommand drains back through the fan motor case drain line and is coupled with an accumulator on the valve block to provide extra drainage capacity.

SectionCommand components as seen on back side of meter SectionCommand components as seen on back side of meter
SectionCommand components as seen on front side of meter SectionCommand components as seen on front side of meter

SectionCommand incorporates gate detection, which gives producers the satisfaction of knowing the gates are in position as commanded. Magnets on the back side of the gates are used in close proximity to the gate detection sensors to determine if the gates are open or closed. Should a gate not be in the commanded position, an alarm will alert the operator of the gate(s) in question. The blockage warning system works in conjunction with SectionCommand to give further confidence whether a given section is seeding or not when commanded.

SectionCommand meter cartridge showing one gate closed and magnet on backside of gate SectionCommand meter cartridge showing one gate closed and magnet on backside of gate
Gate detection sensor Gate detection sensor

For maximum performance, SectionCommand should be controlled through John Deere Section Control. Coupling SectionCommand with John Deere Section Control provides the ultimate in precision seeding and productivity. If a Section Control activation is held by the producer, that same activation can be utilized for SectionCommand.

 

SectionCommand introduces the orange roller, which has the same number of flutes and spacing as the blue roller, but shorter flutes. It is for use only with SectionCommand when seeding seeds larger than 6 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter (soybeans, chick peas, etc.). The orange roller is not for use with cereal grains or fertilizer.

Orange roller for use only with large seeds and SectionCommand Orange roller for use only with large seeds and SectionCommand
SectionCommand equalizer

Due to the varying lengths of product delivery hose used across the drill, SectionCommand has a built-in equalizer feature to ensure consistent product delivery across the width of the drill when entering and exiting headlands. The software allows the producer to set the on/off product delivery times separately for the outermost opener and the innermost opener on the drill. Product delivery times are inputted for each tank on the cart, and the software creates a time delay for actuation of the gates.

 

Please see the Using SectionCommand video for more information.

Enabling SectionCommand equalizer Enabling SectionCommand equalizer
Input on/off times for outer opener versus inner opener on each tank Input on/off times for outer opener versus inner opener on each tank

Growers around the world are always looking for ways to become more productive. The John Deere Seeding Group is continually looking for ways to help these growers increase productivity.

 

The 1910 Commodity Cart is one of the best ways to maximize productivity. By providing growers with several different tank configurations, the 1910 Cart allows growers to get the most benefit from input costs and time in the field.

 

The tanks are a semi-transparent, poly material. Owner benefits include:

  • Corrosion resistance
  • Ease of quickly viewing tank level from outside the cart
  • Lightweight, increasing cart floatation
Large-capacity, two-tank 1910 Large-capacity, two-tank 1910
Three tanks increase productivity and efficiency Three tanks increase productivity and efficiency

Tow-behind capacity

Two tanks

 Total

Bushel

270

120

150

 

Litres

9500

4200

5300

 

Tonnes

7.2

3.2

4.0

 

Bushel

350

150

200

 

 

Litres

12,300

5300

7000

 

Tonnes

9.4

4.0

5.4

 

Three tanks

 Total

Bushel

340

120

70

150

 

Litres

12,000

4200

2500

5300

Tonnes

9.1

3.2

1.9

4.0

Bushel

430

150

80

200

 

Litres

15,200

5300

2800

7000

Tonnes

11.5

4.0

2.1

5.4

Bushel

550

200

150*

200

Litres

19,400

7000

5300

7000

Tonnes

17.2

5.4

4.0

5.4

Tow-between capacity

Two tanks

 Total

Bushel

270

120

150

 

Litres

9500

4200

5300

 

Tonnes

7.2

3.2

4.0

 

Bushel

350

150

200

 

 

Litres

12,300

5300

7000

 

Tonnes

9.4

4.0

5.4

 

Three tanks

 Total

Bushel

250

75

55

120

 

Litres

8800

2600

1900

4200

Tonnes

6.6

2.0

1.4

3.2

Bushel

430

150

80

200

 

Litres

15,200

5300

2800

7000

Tonnes

11.5

4.0

2.1

5.4

*Assumptions: cubic metre (1000 litres) of: wheat (front tank) = 0.76 tonnes, urea (middle tank) = 0.73 tonnes, fertilizer (rear tank) = 1.10 tonnes, bushel = 35.3 litres.

The tank lids are sealed, ensuring proper air pressure within the tank and at the meters. Sealing the tanks improves hydraulic fan utilization, providing efficient and optimum seeding accuracy. 

 

With less than 0.13 bar (2 psi) of pressure in the tank, the pressure is equalized between the meters and tanks, providing an accurate, consistent seeding rate.

NOTE: Tank volume is measured to heaped capacity. When product is shoveled to the corners of the tank, the tanks may hold more than advertised capacity.


Specs
Key Specs
Sizes - Tow-between model 2-tank
270, 350 bu
9531, 12355 L
3-tank
250, 430 bu
8826, 15179 L
Sizes - Tow-behind model 2-tank
270, 350 bu
9531, 12355 L
3-tank
250, 340, 430, 550 bu
8810, 12002, 15179, 19381 L
Fan size 44.7 (single), 66.04 (dual) cm
17.6 (single), 26 (dual) in.
Fan speed 2000 to 5000 rpm
Meter settings Infinitely variable 0-265 lb per acre
Conveyance
< <
Ergonomics
Access Staircase with railing
Fill lights Standard
Fan
Size 44.7 (single), 66.04 (dual) cm
17.6 (single), 26 (dual) in.
Speed 2000 to 5000 rpm
Freight
V V
Meter drives
Variable rate drive Mechanical
Variable rate control Electric
Limp home mode Yes
Meters
Meter rolls Up to 8 individual meter segments
Identify Color-coded meter rollers
Settings Infinitely variable 0-265 lb per acre
Half-width disconnect Yes
Fine-tuning rings Yes
Sizes
Tow-between model 2-tank
270, 350 bu
9531, 12355 L
3-tank
250, 430 bu
8826, 15179 L
Tow-behind model 2-tank
270, 350 bu
9531, 12355 L
3-tank
250, 340, 430, 550 bu
8810, 12002, 15179, 19381 L
Tanks
Type Translucent polyethylene
Lids Diameter Round: 67.31 cm
Diameter Round: 26.5 in.
Open-lid indicators Standard equipment
Tires
Rear wheels and tires All-weather turf tread (standard)
Accessories and Attachments
Blockage

Harness, Primary Blockage 16 Split - BA31269


Harness, Primary Blockage 8 Split - BA31268


ISO Blockage Main Components - Tow-Behind Cart - BA31651


Conveyance

8 In. Steel Flight Auger for 250, 270 and 340 Bu. Cart - BA29967


Frame
Rear hitchRear hitch

The rear hitch is used with tow-behind carts and has 22,000-lb towing capacity. The rear hitch allows connecting another implement to the cart, such as a coil-type packer or harrow.


Hitch - Yard for Tow-Behind 1900/1910 Cart - BA32302


Metering

There are five types of meter cartridges available to match seed and fertilizer types and rates.

Low rate
Low-rate meter rollerLow-rate meter roller

The yellow, low-rate meter roller is for rates from 0.91 up to 9.07 kg/ha (2 up to 20 lb/acre) for seeds such as flax, canola, and alfalfa. The low-rate meter roller rotates more continuously, minimizing pulsing effect for better metering at low rates. There are 20 flutes on this meter roller. Each flute is 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at top x 2 mm (0.08 in.) wide at bottom x 1.5 mm (0.06 in.) deep.

Medium rate
Medium-rate meter rollerMedium-rate meter roller

The black medium-rate meter roller is for rates from 9.07 up to 59 kg/ha (20 up to 130 lb/acre) for seeds such as wheat, barley, canola, and small soybeans up to 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. It is also used for medium rates of fertilizer. This is the most commonly used meter roller. There are 10 flutes on this roller, which are 18.5 mm (0.73 in.) wide at top of flute x 12 mm (0.47 in.) at bottom of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) deep.

High rate
High-volume meter rollerHigh-volume meter roller

The green, high-volume meter roller is for rates from 30 up to 99.8 kg/ha (220 lb/acre), such as high rates of fertilizer and large soybeans bigger than 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. There are 10 flutes, which are deeper and wider. Each flute is 21.5 mm (0.85 in.) wide at top of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at bottom of flute x 14 mm (0.55 in.) deep.

The width of the seeding tool and the number of furrow openers determine the number of active primary ports. The commodity cart can be equipped with a 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8-run meter roller. One meter roller is required for each tank on the 1910.

 

When outfitting a cart with SectionCommand, new SectionCommand meter cartridges with gates and gate detection equipment will be needed.  See table below for meter cartridges.

 

NOTE: When metering high rates through a seeding tool with three to four secondary manifolds, it may be necessary to either add secondary manifolds or slow down to achieve a very high target rate.

Very high rate
Very-high-rate meter rollerVery-high-rate meter roller
This blue roller is for rates from 22.7-120.2 kg/ha (50-265 lb/acre), or seeds such as barley and oats with beards. It is also used for large seeds such as garbanzo beans (in non SectionCommand™ applications) or very high fertilizer rates. There are 6 flutes, which are very deep and widely spaced.
Large-seed roller for SectionCommand
Large seed meter rollerLarge seed meter roller
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  • For use with large seeds only (6 mm [0.25 in.] in diameter or larger)
  • For use with SectionCommand only
  • Is not for use with fertilizers or cereal grains
  • Preserves seed quality of large seeds when used with SectionCommand

There are five types of meter cartridges available to match seed and fertilizer types and rates.

Low rate
Low-rate meter rollerLow-rate meter roller

The yellow, low-rate meter roller is for rates from 0.91 up to 9.07 kg/ha (2 up to 20 lb/acre) for seeds such as flax, canola, and alfalfa. The low-rate meter roller rotates more continuously, minimizing pulsing effect for better metering at low rates. There are 20 flutes on this meter roller. Each flute is 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at top x 2 mm (0.08 in.) wide at bottom x 1.5 mm (0.06 in.) deep.

Medium rate
Medium-rate meter rollerMedium-rate meter roller

The black medium-rate meter roller is for rates from 9.07 up to 59 kg/ha (20 up to 130 lb/acre) for seeds such as wheat, barley, canola, and small soybeans up to 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. It is also used for medium rates of fertilizer. This is the most commonly used meter roller. There are 10 flutes on this roller, which are 18.5 mm (0.73 in.) wide at top of flute x 12 mm (0.47 in.) at bottom of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) deep.

High rate
High-volume meter rollerHigh-volume meter roller

The green, high-volume meter roller is for rates from 30 up to 99.8 kg/ha (220 lb/acre), such as high rates of fertilizer and large soybeans bigger than 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. There are 10 flutes, which are deeper and wider. Each flute is 21.5 mm (0.85 in.) wide at top of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at bottom of flute x 14 mm (0.55 in.) deep.

Very high rate
Very-high-rate meter rollerVery-high-rate meter roller
This blue roller is for rates from 22.7-120.2 kg/ha (50-265 lb/acre), or seeds such as barley and oats with beards. It is also used for large seeds such as garbanzo beans (in non SectionCommand™ applications) or very high fertilizer rates. There are 6 flutes, which are very deep and widely spaced.
Large-seed roller for SectionCommand
Large seed meter rollerLarge seed meter roller
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  • For use with large seeds only (6 mm [0.25 in.] in diameter or larger)
  • For use with SectionCommand only
  • Is not for use with fertilizers or cereal grains
  • Preserves seed quality of large seeds when used with SectionCommand

The width of the seeding tool and the number of furrow openers determine the number of active primary ports. The commodity cart can be equipped with a 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8-run meter roller. One meter roller is required for each tank on the 1910.

 

When outfitting a cart with SectionCommand, new SectionCommand meter cartridges with gates and gate detection equipment will be needed.  See table below for meter cartridges.

 

NOTE: When metering high rates through a seeding tool with three to four secondary manifolds, it may be necessary to either add secondary manifolds or slow down to achieve a very high target rate.


There are five types of meter cartridges available to match seed and fertilizer types and rates.

Low rate
Low-rate meter rollerLow-rate meter roller

The yellow, low-rate meter roller is for rates from 0.91 up to 9.07 kg/ha (2 up to 20 lb/acre) for seeds such as flax, canola, and alfalfa. The low-rate meter roller rotates more continuously, minimizing pulsing effect for better metering at low rates. There are 20 flutes on this meter roller. Each flute is 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at top x 2 mm (0.08 in.) wide at bottom x 1.5 mm (0.06 in.) deep.

Medium rate
Medium-rate meter rollerMedium-rate meter roller

The black medium-rate meter roller is for rates from 9.07 up to 59 kg/ha (20 up to 130 lb/acre) for seeds such as wheat, barley, canola, and small soybeans up to 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. It is also used for medium rates of fertilizer. This is the most commonly used meter roller. There are 10 flutes on this roller, which are 18.5 mm (0.73 in.) wide at top of flute x 12 mm (0.47 in.) at bottom of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) deep.

High rate
High-volume meter rollerHigh-volume meter roller

The green, high-volume meter roller is for rates from 30 up to 99.8 kg/ha (220 lb/acre), such as high rates of fertilizer and large soybeans bigger than 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. There are 10 flutes, which are deeper and wider. Each flute is 21.5 mm (0.85 in.) wide at top of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at bottom of flute x 14 mm (0.55 in.) deep.

Very high rate
Very-high-rate meter rollerVery-high-rate meter roller
This blue roller is for rates from 22.7-120.2 kg/ha (50-265 lb/acre), or seeds such as barley and oats with beards. It is also used for large seeds such as garbanzo beans (in non SectionCommand™ applications) or very high fertilizer rates. There are 6 flutes, which are very deep and widely spaced.
Large-seed roller for SectionCommand
Large seed meter rollerLarge seed meter roller
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  • For use with large seeds only (6 mm [0.25 in.] in diameter or larger)
  • For use with SectionCommand only
  • Is not for use with fertilizers or cereal grains
  • Preserves seed quality of large seeds when used with SectionCommand

The width of the seeding tool and the number of furrow openers determine the number of active primary ports. The commodity cart can be equipped with a 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8-run meter roller. One meter roller is required for each tank on the 1910.

 

When outfitting a cart with SectionCommand, new SectionCommand meter cartridges with gates and gate detection equipment will be needed.  See table below for meter cartridges.

 

NOTE: When metering high rates through a seeding tool with three to four secondary manifolds, it may be necessary to either add secondary manifolds or slow down to achieve a very high target rate.


There are five types of meter cartridges available to match seed and fertilizer types and rates.

Low rate
Low-rate meter rollerLow-rate meter roller

The yellow, low-rate meter roller is for rates from 0.91 up to 9.07 kg/ha (2 up to 20 lb/acre) for seeds such as flax, canola, and alfalfa. The low-rate meter roller rotates more continuously, minimizing pulsing effect for better metering at low rates. There are 20 flutes on this meter roller. Each flute is 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at top x 2 mm (0.08 in.) wide at bottom x 1.5 mm (0.06 in.) deep.

Medium rate
Medium-rate meter rollerMedium-rate meter roller

The black medium-rate meter roller is for rates from 9.07 up to 59 kg/ha (20 up to 130 lb/acre) for seeds such as wheat, barley, canola, and small soybeans up to 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. It is also used for medium rates of fertilizer. This is the most commonly used meter roller. There are 10 flutes on this roller, which are 18.5 mm (0.73 in.) wide at top of flute x 12 mm (0.47 in.) at bottom of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) deep.

High rate
High-volume meter rollerHigh-volume meter roller

The green, high-volume meter roller is for rates from 30 up to 99.8 kg/ha (220 lb/acre), such as high rates of fertilizer and large soybeans bigger than 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. There are 10 flutes, which are deeper and wider. Each flute is 21.5 mm (0.85 in.) wide at top of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at bottom of flute x 14 mm (0.55 in.) deep.

Very high rate
Very-high-rate meter rollerVery-high-rate meter roller
This blue roller is for rates from 22.7-120.2 kg/ha (50-265 lb/acre), or seeds such as barley and oats with beards. It is also used for large seeds such as garbanzo beans (in non SectionCommand™ applications) or very high fertilizer rates. There are 6 flutes, which are very deep and widely spaced.
Large-seed roller for SectionCommand
Large seed meter rollerLarge seed meter roller
#
  • For use with large seeds only (6 mm [0.25 in.] in diameter or larger)
  • For use with SectionCommand only
  • Is not for use with fertilizers or cereal grains
  • Preserves seed quality of large seeds when used with SectionCommand

The width of the seeding tool and the number of furrow openers determine the number of active primary ports. The commodity cart can be equipped with a 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8-run meter roller. One meter roller is required for each tank on the 1910.

 

When outfitting a cart with SectionCommand, new SectionCommand meter cartridges with gates and gate detection equipment will be needed.  See table below for meter cartridges.

 

NOTE: When metering high rates through a seeding tool with three to four secondary manifolds, it may be necessary to either add secondary manifolds or slow down to achieve a very high target rate.


There are five types of meter cartridges available to match seed and fertilizer types and rates.

Low rate
Low-rate meter rollerLow-rate meter roller

The yellow, low-rate meter roller is for rates from 0.91 up to 9.07 kg/ha (2 up to 20 lb/acre) for seeds such as flax, canola, and alfalfa. The low-rate meter roller rotates more continuously, minimizing pulsing effect for better metering at low rates. There are 20 flutes on this meter roller. Each flute is 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at top x 2 mm (0.08 in.) wide at bottom x 1.5 mm (0.06 in.) deep.

Medium rate
Medium-rate meter rollerMedium-rate meter roller

The black medium-rate meter roller is for rates from 9.07 up to 59 kg/ha (20 up to 130 lb/acre) for seeds such as wheat, barley, canola, and small soybeans up to 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. It is also used for medium rates of fertilizer. This is the most commonly used meter roller. There are 10 flutes on this roller, which are 18.5 mm (0.73 in.) wide at top of flute x 12 mm (0.47 in.) at bottom of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) deep.

High rate
High-volume meter rollerHigh-volume meter roller

The green, high-volume meter roller is for rates from 30 up to 99.8 kg/ha (220 lb/acre), such as high rates of fertilizer and large soybeans bigger than 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. There are 10 flutes, which are deeper and wider. Each flute is 21.5 mm (0.85 in.) wide at top of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at bottom of flute x 14 mm (0.55 in.) deep.

Very high rate
Very-high-rate meter rollerVery-high-rate meter roller
This blue roller is for rates from 22.7-120.2 kg/ha (50-265 lb/acre), or seeds such as barley and oats with beards. It is also used for large seeds such as garbanzo beans (in non SectionCommand™ applications) or very high fertilizer rates. There are 6 flutes, which are very deep and widely spaced.
Large-seed roller for SectionCommand
Large seed meter rollerLarge seed meter roller
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  • For use with large seeds only (6 mm [0.25 in.] in diameter or larger)
  • For use with SectionCommand only
  • Is not for use with fertilizers or cereal grains
  • Preserves seed quality of large seeds when used with SectionCommand

The width of the seeding tool and the number of furrow openers determine the number of active primary ports. The commodity cart can be equipped with a 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8-run meter roller. One meter roller is required for each tank on the 1910.

 

When outfitting a cart with SectionCommand, new SectionCommand meter cartridges with gates and gate detection equipment will be needed.  See table below for meter cartridges.

 

NOTE: When metering high rates through a seeding tool with three to four secondary manifolds, it may be necessary to either add secondary manifolds or slow down to achieve a very high target rate.


There are five types of meter cartridges available to match seed and fertilizer types and rates.

Low rate
Low-rate meter rollerLow-rate meter roller

The yellow, low-rate meter roller is for rates from 0.91 up to 9.07 kg/ha (2 up to 20 lb/acre) for seeds such as flax, canola, and alfalfa. The low-rate meter roller rotates more continuously, minimizing pulsing effect for better metering at low rates. There are 20 flutes on this meter roller. Each flute is 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at top x 2 mm (0.08 in.) wide at bottom x 1.5 mm (0.06 in.) deep.

Medium rate
Medium-rate meter rollerMedium-rate meter roller

The black medium-rate meter roller is for rates from 9.07 up to 59 kg/ha (20 up to 130 lb/acre) for seeds such as wheat, barley, canola, and small soybeans up to 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. It is also used for medium rates of fertilizer. This is the most commonly used meter roller. There are 10 flutes on this roller, which are 18.5 mm (0.73 in.) wide at top of flute x 12 mm (0.47 in.) at bottom of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) deep.

High rate
High-volume meter rollerHigh-volume meter roller

The green, high-volume meter roller is for rates from 30 up to 99.8 kg/ha (220 lb/acre), such as high rates of fertilizer and large soybeans bigger than 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. There are 10 flutes, which are deeper and wider. Each flute is 21.5 mm (0.85 in.) wide at top of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at bottom of flute x 14 mm (0.55 in.) deep.

Very high rate
Very-high-rate meter rollerVery-high-rate meter roller
This blue roller is for rates from 22.7-120.2 kg/ha (50-265 lb/acre), or seeds such as barley and oats with beards. It is also used for large seeds such as garbanzo beans (in non SectionCommand™ applications) or very high fertilizer rates. There are 6 flutes, which are very deep and widely spaced.
Large-seed roller for SectionCommand
Large seed meter rollerLarge seed meter roller
#
  • For use with large seeds only (6 mm [0.25 in.] in diameter or larger)
  • For use with SectionCommand only
  • Is not for use with fertilizers or cereal grains
  • Preserves seed quality of large seeds when used with SectionCommand

The width of the seeding tool and the number of furrow openers determine the number of active primary ports. The commodity cart can be equipped with a 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8-run meter roller. One meter roller is required for each tank on the 1910.

 

When outfitting a cart with SectionCommand, new SectionCommand meter cartridges with gates and gate detection equipment will be needed.  See table below for meter cartridges.

 

NOTE: When metering high rates through a seeding tool with three to four secondary manifolds, it may be necessary to either add secondary manifolds or slow down to achieve a very high target rate.


There are five types of meter cartridges available to match seed and fertilizer types and rates.

Low rate
Low-rate meter rollerLow-rate meter roller

The yellow, low-rate meter roller is for rates from 0.91 up to 9.07 kg/ha (2 up to 20 lb/acre) for seeds such as flax, canola, and alfalfa. The low-rate meter roller rotates more continuously, minimizing pulsing effect for better metering at low rates. There are 20 flutes on this meter roller. Each flute is 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at top x 2 mm (0.08 in.) wide at bottom x 1.5 mm (0.06 in.) deep.

Medium rate
Medium-rate meter rollerMedium-rate meter roller

The black medium-rate meter roller is for rates from 9.07 up to 59 kg/ha (20 up to 130 lb/acre) for seeds such as wheat, barley, canola, and small soybeans up to 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. It is also used for medium rates of fertilizer. This is the most commonly used meter roller. There are 10 flutes on this roller, which are 18.5 mm (0.73 in.) wide at top of flute x 12 mm (0.47 in.) at bottom of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) deep.

High rate
High-volume meter rollerHigh-volume meter roller

The green, high-volume meter roller is for rates from 30 up to 99.8 kg/ha (220 lb/acre), such as high rates of fertilizer and large soybeans bigger than 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. There are 10 flutes, which are deeper and wider. Each flute is 21.5 mm (0.85 in.) wide at top of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at bottom of flute x 14 mm (0.55 in.) deep.

Very high rate
Very-high-rate meter rollerVery-high-rate meter roller
This blue roller is for rates from 22.7-120.2 kg/ha (50-265 lb/acre), or seeds such as barley and oats with beards. It is also used for large seeds such as garbanzo beans (in non SectionCommand™ applications) or very high fertilizer rates. There are 6 flutes, which are very deep and widely spaced.
Large-seed roller for SectionCommand
Large seed meter rollerLarge seed meter roller
#
  • For use with large seeds only (6 mm [0.25 in.] in diameter or larger)
  • For use with SectionCommand only
  • Is not for use with fertilizers or cereal grains
  • Preserves seed quality of large seeds when used with SectionCommand

The width of the seeding tool and the number of furrow openers determine the number of active primary ports. The commodity cart can be equipped with a 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8-run meter roller. One meter roller is required for each tank on the 1910.

 

When outfitting a cart with SectionCommand, new SectionCommand meter cartridges with gates and gate detection equipment will be needed.  See table below for meter cartridges.

 

NOTE: When metering high rates through a seeding tool with three to four secondary manifolds, it may be necessary to either add secondary manifolds or slow down to achieve a very high target rate.


There are five types of meter cartridges available to match seed and fertilizer types and rates.

Low rate
Low-rate meter rollerLow-rate meter roller

The yellow, low-rate meter roller is for rates from 0.91 up to 9.07 kg/ha (2 up to 20 lb/acre) for seeds such as flax, canola, and alfalfa. The low-rate meter roller rotates more continuously, minimizing pulsing effect for better metering at low rates. There are 20 flutes on this meter roller. Each flute is 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at top x 2 mm (0.08 in.) wide at bottom x 1.5 mm (0.06 in.) deep.

Medium rate
Medium-rate meter rollerMedium-rate meter roller

The black medium-rate meter roller is for rates from 9.07 up to 59 kg/ha (20 up to 130 lb/acre) for seeds such as wheat, barley, canola, and small soybeans up to 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. It is also used for medium rates of fertilizer. This is the most commonly used meter roller. There are 10 flutes on this roller, which are 18.5 mm (0.73 in.) wide at top of flute x 12 mm (0.47 in.) at bottom of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) deep.

High rate
High-volume meter rollerHigh-volume meter roller

The green, high-volume meter roller is for rates from 30 up to 99.8 kg/ha (220 lb/acre), such as high rates of fertilizer and large soybeans bigger than 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. There are 10 flutes, which are deeper and wider. Each flute is 21.5 mm (0.85 in.) wide at top of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at bottom of flute x 14 mm (0.55 in.) deep.

Very high rate
Very-high-rate meter rollerVery-high-rate meter roller
This blue roller is for rates from 22.7-120.2 kg/ha (50-265 lb/acre), or seeds such as barley and oats with beards. It is also used for large seeds such as garbanzo beans (in non SectionCommand™ applications) or very high fertilizer rates. There are 6 flutes, which are very deep and widely spaced.
Large-seed roller for SectionCommand
Large seed meter rollerLarge seed meter roller
#
  • For use with large seeds only (6 mm [0.25 in.] in diameter or larger)
  • For use with SectionCommand only
  • Is not for use with fertilizers or cereal grains
  • Preserves seed quality of large seeds when used with SectionCommand

The width of the seeding tool and the number of furrow openers determine the number of active primary ports. The commodity cart can be equipped with a 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8-run meter roller. One meter roller is required for each tank on the 1910.

 

When outfitting a cart with SectionCommand, new SectionCommand meter cartridges with gates and gate detection equipment will be needed.  See table below for meter cartridges.

 

NOTE: When metering high rates through a seeding tool with three to four secondary manifolds, it may be necessary to either add secondary manifolds or slow down to achieve a very high target rate.


There are five types of meter cartridges available to match seed and fertilizer types and rates.

Low rate
Low-rate meter rollerLow-rate meter roller

The yellow, low-rate meter roller is for rates from 0.91 up to 9.07 kg/ha (2 up to 20 lb/acre) for seeds such as flax, canola, and alfalfa. The low-rate meter roller rotates more continuously, minimizing pulsing effect for better metering at low rates. There are 20 flutes on this meter roller. Each flute is 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at top x 2 mm (0.08 in.) wide at bottom x 1.5 mm (0.06 in.) deep.

Medium rate
Medium-rate meter rollerMedium-rate meter roller

The black medium-rate meter roller is for rates from 9.07 up to 59 kg/ha (20 up to 130 lb/acre) for seeds such as wheat, barley, canola, and small soybeans up to 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. It is also used for medium rates of fertilizer. This is the most commonly used meter roller. There are 10 flutes on this roller, which are 18.5 mm (0.73 in.) wide at top of flute x 12 mm (0.47 in.) at bottom of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) deep.

High rate
High-volume meter rollerHigh-volume meter roller

The green, high-volume meter roller is for rates from 30 up to 99.8 kg/ha (220 lb/acre), such as high rates of fertilizer and large soybeans bigger than 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) in diameter. There are 10 flutes, which are deeper and wider. Each flute is 21.5 mm (0.85 in.) wide at top of flute x 8 mm (0.31 in.) wide at bottom of flute x 14 mm (0.55 in.) deep.

Very high rate
Very-high-rate meter rollerVery-high-rate meter roller
This blue roller is for rates from 22.7-120.2 kg/ha (50-265 lb/acre), or seeds such as barley and oats with beards. It is also used for large seeds such as garbanzo beans (in non SectionCommand™ applications) or very high fertilizer rates. There are 6 flutes, which are very deep and widely spaced.
Large-seed roller for SectionCommand
Large seed meter rollerLarge seed meter roller
#
  • For use with large seeds only (6 mm [0.25 in.] in diameter or larger)
  • For use with SectionCommand only
  • Is not for use with fertilizers or cereal grains
  • Preserves seed quality of large seeds when used with SectionCommand

The width of the seeding tool and the number of furrow openers determine the number of active primary ports. The commodity cart can be equipped with a 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8-run meter roller. One meter roller is required for each tank on the 1910.

 

When outfitting a cart with SectionCommand, new SectionCommand meter cartridges with gates and gate detection equipment will be needed.  See table below for meter cartridges.

 

NOTE: When metering high rates through a seeding tool with three to four secondary manifolds, it may be necessary to either add secondary manifolds or slow down to achieve a very high target rate.


Variable seed rateVariable seed rate

Variable seed rate capability allows the operator to vary seed/fertilizer rate on-the-go from the tractor cab. The operator can choose from one to six rates per tank. This provides precision farming with SeedStarTM monitor control and the GreenStarTM display.

 

The variable-rate drive system is also compatible with Ag Management Solutions products Field DocTM Air Cart for data logging, as well as Map Based Prescriptions, to enable the operator to use predefined product application rates that automatically switch on-the-go.

 

Please consult Ag Management Solutions price pages for ordering information for Field DocTM and Map-Based Prescriptions.


Miscellaneous

Eight Port Secondary Tower - BA31992


Eleven Port Secondary Tower - BA31995


Nine Port Secondary Tower - BA31993


Contact a John Deere dealer for information on primary run air packages for noncurrent seeding tools.


Contact a John Deere dealer for information on primary run air packages for noncurrent seeding tools.


Contact a John Deere dealer for information on primary run air packages for noncurrent seeding tools.


Seven Port Secondary Tower - BA31991


Ten Port Secondary Tower - BA31994


Twelve Port Secondary Tower - BA31996


Blockage Sensors - 1 per Bundle - BA31271


Brackets, Wire Harness Guide - BA31326


Dual Module Bracket, 12 Member Module, 3 Harness - BA31279


Dual Module Bracket, 16 Member Module, 4 Harness - BA31280


Hardware, Fold Joint - BA31263


Harness, CAN Hitch No Blockage - Tow Behind - BA31272


Module and Harness Bracket, 10 Member Module, 3 Harness - BA31285


Module and Harness Bracket, 4 Member Module, 1 Harness - BA31282


Module and Harness Bracket, 5 Member Module, 2 Harness - BA31281


Module and Harness Bracket, 6 Member Module, 2 Harness - BA31283


Module and Harness Bracket, 8 Member Module, 2 Harness - BA31284


Kits for conveyance systems
1910 Cart auger1910 Cart auger

Choose from two options when selecting the conveyance system for the 1910 Commodity Air Cart. Choose between an auger or conveyor. Fill time is less than 15 minutes and unloading time is less than 10 minutes. The lighting system at the hitch alerts the operator as to when the tank product levels are approaching full during a fill.

 

The auger is available with steel or brush flighting on all sizes, or cupped, to gently handle seed, which is available on the 8-inch auger only. These conveyance systems are recommended for beans and legumes, but not fertilizers.

NOTES:

  1. Hydraulic hose kit may be required.  If cart was originally ordered less auger (Option code 4595), then hydraulic hose kit is required.  For more information on hydraulic hose kits for conveyance systems, please consult: conveyance hydraulic hose attachments
  2. Conveyance swing arm system may be required. When adding a conveyor to a 1900 Cart OR to a 1910 Cart prior to serial numbers (A01910T700346 Tow-Between or A01910H700409 Tow-Behind), an arm system is required.  When adding an auger attachment to a 1900 Cart or 1910 Cart prior to serial numbers (A01910T700346 tow-hetween or A01910H700409 Tow-Behind), an arm system is required due to changes in latching system.  Tow-between 1910 Carts above serial number (A01910T700346) and tow-behind carts above serial number (A01910H700409) do not require updates to arm system.  Please consult conveyance arm attachments for additional ordering information.
  3. All 7-in. and 8-in. auger attachments require A60206 auger hopper from Service Parts.
  4. 7-in. and 8-in. augers do not include downspouts.  For a 7-in., flexible downspout, order (1)A61684 tube and (2) TY22495 clamps from Service Parts.  For a 8-in. flexible downspout, order (1) A60207 tube and (2) TY22497 clamps from Service Parts.  For a telescopic spout for 8-in. augers, please consult telescoping spout attachments for field conversion.  12-in. conveyors have a telescopic spout included in the bundle as standard equipment.

Swing arm kit
1910 Cart auger1910 Cart auger

The swing link arm allows for better movement with the redesigned pivot. It has a larger 'sweet spot' for easier movement and placement of the hopper.

NOTE: Required if cart was previously ordered without an auger/conveyor system (code 4595).

Swing arm kit
1910 Cart auger1910 Cart auger

The swing link arm allows for better movement with the redesigned pivot. It has a larger 'sweet spot' for easier movement and placement of the hopper.

NOTE: Required if cart was previously ordered without an auger/conveyor system (code 4595).

TBH cart with tool and tractorTBH cart with tool and tractor
#

See link below for information on seeding tool and TBH cart compatibility.


1910 Tow-Behind Cart and seeding tool compatibility

 

See link below for information on hydraulic, electrical, and software requirements for pairing hydraulic drive carts with model year 2013 and older seeding tools.


Hydraulic drive cart requirements for software, hydraulic and electrical overlays 

 

The following table outlines hydraulic hose overlay AFC kits available for:

  1. Power beyond, return, and load sense for hydraulic drive and SectionCommand™
  2. Fan power, return, and case drain

All model year 2014 and newer tools paired with TBH carts are shipped from the factory with overlay hoses for both number’s one and two from above.

 

Model 2013 and older tools did not have power beyond, return, and load sense hoses installed except for when paired with a 550 bu TBH cart.  If pairing a model year 2013 or older tool with a TBH cart, hoses for power beyond, return, and load sense will need installed and can be seen below.


TBH cart with tool and tractorTBH cart with tool and tractor
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See link below for information on seeding tool and TBH cart compatibility.


1910 Tow-Behind Cart and seeding tool compatibility

 

See link below for information on hydraulic, electrical, and software requirements for pairing hydraulic drive carts with model year 2013 and older seeding tools.


Hydraulic drive cart requirements for software, hydraulic and electrical overlays 

 

The following table outlines hydraulic hose overlay AFC kits available for:

  1. Power beyond, return, and load sense for hydraulic drive and SectionCommand™
  2. Fan power, return, and case drain

All model year 2014 and newer tools paired with TBH carts are shipped from the factory with overlay hoses for both number’s one and two from above.

 

Model 2013 and older tools did not have power beyond, return, and load sense hoses installed except for when paired with a 550 bu TBH cart.  If pairing a model year 2013 or older tool with a TBH cart, hoses for power beyond, return, and load sense will need installed and can be seen below.


TBH cart with tool and tractorTBH cart with tool and tractor
#

See link below for information on seeding tool and TBH cart compatibility.


1910 Tow-Behind Cart and seeding tool compatibility

 

See link below for information on hydraulic, electrical, and software requirements for pairing hydraulic drive carts with model year 2013 and older seeding tools.


Hydraulic drive cart requirements for software, hydraulic and electrical overlays 

 

The following table outlines hydraulic hose overlay AFC kits available for:

  1. Power beyond, return, and load sense for hydraulic drive and SectionCommand™
  2. Fan power, return, and case drain

All model year 2014 and newer tools paired with TBH carts are shipped from the factory with overlay hoses for both number’s one and two from above.

 

Model 2013 and older tools did not have power beyond, return, and load sense hoses installed except for when paired with a 550 bu TBH cart.  If pairing a model year 2013 or older tool with a TBH cart, hoses for power beyond, return, and load sense will need installed and can be seen below.


TBH cart with tool and tractorTBH cart with tool and tractor
#

See link below for information on seeding tool and TBH cart compatibility.


1910 Tow-Behind Cart and seeding tool compatibility

 

See link below for information on hydraulic, electrical, and software requirements for pairing hydraulic drive carts with model year 2013 and older seeding tools.


Hydraulic drive cart requirements for software, hydraulic and electrical overlays 

 

The following table outlines hydraulic hose overlay AFC kits available for:

  1. Power beyond, return, and load sense for hydraulic drive and SectionCommand™
  2. Fan power, return, and case drain

All model year 2014 and newer tools paired with TBH carts are shipped from the factory with overlay hoses for both number’s one and two from above.

 

Model 2013 and older tools did not have power beyond, return, and load sense hoses installed except for when paired with a 550 bu TBH cart.  If pairing a model year 2013 or older tool with a TBH cart, hoses for power beyond, return, and load sense will need installed and can be seen below.


SectionCommand

SectionCommand is available as an attachment for field conversion (AFC) for all hydraulic drive carts. See SectionCommand saves seed and fertilizer input costs for more information on benefits and workings of the system.

SectionCommand components on 1910 Cart with meter cartridge removedSectionCommand components on 1910 Cart with meter cartridge removed
SectionCommand on 1910 Air CartSectionCommand on 1910 Air Cart

There are four main components needed to add SectionCommand onto 1910 hydraulic drive air carts:

 

1. SectionCommand AFC kit (listed in the table below, order one kit per meter), kit includes:

  • SectionCommand valve block and meter housing components
  • Gate detection controller
  • Electronic power module (EPM)
  • Associated harnessing, hardware, and brackets

2. Hydraulic hoses - Dealer is responsible for fabricating and sourcing hoses.

 

3. SectionCommand meter cartridges will be needed for each meter. These meter cartridges contain gates, gate detection sensors, and a secondary meter lock-down. See Meter cartridges for field conversion for more information.

 

4. New Operator’s Manual including SectionCommand. Order A98462 or newer 1910 operator’s manual when installing onto a model year 2013 19,400-L (550-bu) cart or all model year 2014 carts.

 

Ensure the latest version of software is installed on both cart controller and in-cab display.

 

All SectionCommand kits are sold in eight-run configurations. If pairing the cart with a tool of seven runs or less, order one - BA32812 meter run reduction kit per cart. This kit contains parts to block off runs not used when pairing a cart with a tool of seven runs or less.

 

NOTE: For SectionCommand to operate properly, it must be installed on each meter. 

 


SectionCommand is available as an attachment for field conversion (AFC) for all hydraulic drive carts. See SectionCommand saves seed and fertilizer input costs for more information on benefits and workings of the system.

SectionCommand components on 1910 Cart with meter cartridge removedSectionCommand components on 1910 Cart with meter cartridge removed
SectionCommand on 1910 Air CartSectionCommand on 1910 Air Cart

There are four main components needed to add SectionCommand onto 1910 hydraulic drive air carts:

 

1. SectionCommand AFC kit (listed in the table below, order one kit per meter), kit includes:

  • SectionCommand valve block and meter housing components
  • Gate detection controller
  • Electronic power module (EPM)
  • Associated harnessing, hardware, and brackets

2. Hydraulic hoses - Dealer is responsible for fabricating and sourcing hoses.

 

3. SectionCommand meter cartridges will be needed for each meter. These meter cartridges contain gates, gate detection sensors, and a secondary meter lock-down. See Meter cartridges for field conversion for more information.

 

4. New Operator’s Manual including SectionCommand. Order A98462 or newer 1910 operator’s manual when installing onto a model year 2013 19,400-L (550-bu) cart or all model year 2014 carts.

 

Ensure the latest version of software is installed on both cart controller and in-cab display.

 

All SectionCommand kits are sold in eight-run configurations. If pairing the cart with a tool of seven runs or less, order one - BA32812 meter run reduction kit per cart. This kit contains parts to block off runs not used when pairing a cart with a tool of seven runs or less.

 

NOTE: For SectionCommand to operate properly, it must be installed on each meter. 

 


Wheel Equipment

A wide choice of tires and wheels is available for field installation to match soil and residue conditions.

 

For more information on tire options, please see 1910 Wheel and Tire Options.

 

Single rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 

 Tires

 Tread spacing—centerline to centerline

 18.4-26

 3.47 m (136.6-in.)

 23.1-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 28L-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 30.5L-32

 3.44 m (135.6-in.)

710/70R38 (code 3012)

3.44 m(135.6-in.)

 710/70R38 (code 3010)

3.0 m (118-in.) 

 

Dual rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 Tires

Tread spacing—centerline to centerline 

 18.4R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R38

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

 

NOTES:

  1. If tires are changed on the cart, the drive sprocket must match.
  2. Includes TWO tires and wheels and tire circumference sprockets.

A wide choice of tires and wheels is available for field installation to match soil and residue conditions.

 

For more information on tire options, please see 1910 Wheel and Tire Options.

 

Single rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 

 Tires

 Tread spacing—centerline to centerline

 18.4-26

 3.47 m (136.6-in.)

 23.1-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 28L-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 30.5L-32

 3.44 m (135.6-in.)

710/70R38 (code 3012)

3.44 m(135.6-in.)

 710/70R38 (code 3010)

3.0 m (118-in.) 

 

Dual rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 Tires

Tread spacing—centerline to centerline 

 18.4R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R38

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

 

NOTES:

  1. If tires are changed on the cart, the drive sprocket must match.
  2. Includes TWO tires and wheels and tire circumference sprockets.

A wide choice of tires and wheels is available for field installation to match soil and residue conditions.

 

For more information on tire options, please see 1910 Wheel and Tire Options.

 

Single rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 

 Tires

 Tread spacing—centerline to centerline

 18.4-26

 3.47 m (136.6-in.)

 23.1-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 28L-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 30.5L-32

 3.44 m (135.6-in.)

710/70R38 (code 3012)

3.44 m(135.6-in.)

 710/70R38 (code 3010)

3.0 m (118-in.) 

 

Dual rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 Tires

Tread spacing—centerline to centerline 

 18.4R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R38

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

 

NOTES:

  1. If tires are changed on the cart, the drive sprocket must match.
  2. Includes TWO tires and wheels and tire circumference sprockets.

A wide choice of tires and wheels is available for field installation to match soil and residue conditions.

 

For more information on tire options, please see 1910 Wheel and Tire Options.

 

Single rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 

 Tires

 Tread spacing—centerline to centerline

 18.4-26

 3.47 m (136.6-in.)

 23.1-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 28L-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 30.5L-32

 3.44 m (135.6-in.)

710/70R38 (code 3012)

3.44 m(135.6-in.)

 710/70R38 (code 3010)

3.0 m (118-in.) 

 

Dual rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 Tires

Tread spacing—centerline to centerline 

 18.4R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R38

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

 

NOTES:

  1. If tires are changed on the cart, the drive sprocket must match.
  2. Includes TWO tires and wheels and tire circumference sprockets.

A wide choice of tires and wheels is available for field installation to match soil and residue conditions.

 

For more information on tire options, please see 1910 Wheel and Tire Options.

 

Single rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 

 Tires

 Tread spacing—centerline to centerline

 18.4-26

 3.47 m (136.6-in.)

 23.1-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 28L-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 30.5L-32

 3.44 m (135.6-in.)

710/70R38 (code 3012)

3.44 m(135.6-in.)

 710/70R38 (code 3010)

3.0 m (118-in.) 

 

Dual rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 Tires

Tread spacing—centerline to centerline 

 18.4R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R38

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

 

NOTES:

  1. If tires are changed on the cart, the drive sprocket must match.
  2. Includes TWO tires and wheels and tire circumference sprockets.

A wide choice of tires and wheels is available for field installation to match soil and residue conditions.

 

For more information on tire options, please see 1910 Wheel and Tire Options.

 

Single rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 

 Tires

 Tread spacing—centerline to centerline

 18.4-26

 3.47 m (136.6-in.)

 23.1-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 28L-26

3.44 m (135.6-in.) 

 30.5L-32

 3.44 m (135.6-in.)

710/70R38 (code 3012)

3.44 m(135.6-in.)

 710/70R38 (code 3010)

3.0 m (118-in.) 

 

Dual rear-tire spacing—all carts

 

 

 Tires

Tread spacing—centerline to centerline 

 18.4R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R38

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

  20.8R42

 

 Inner tire

3.06 m (120-in.) 

 

 Outer tire

4.57 m (180-in.) 

 

NOTES:

  1. If tires are changed on the cart, the drive sprocket must match.
  2. Includes TWO tires and wheels and tire circumference sprockets.

Wheels and Tires
Dual tire conversion kitDual tire conversion kit

The rear duals conversion kit allows converting carts equipped with 20.8R-38 R1, 20.8R-42 and 18.4-26 10 PR R3 tires from single wheels to duals.

 

Bundle includes two wheel spacers (AA44677) for rear cart tires which will move each tire 7.75-in. from center.

 

Two warning light bracket extensions (left- and right-hand side) are also included.

 


 

Rear dual tire spacings
 TiresSpacing: Centerline to centerline  
 Duals - Inner tires 120.6 in. (3062 mm)
 Duals - Outer tires 176.6 in. (4485.8 mm)

 

IMPORTANT: Rear duals are recommended on slopes from 10-15 degrees.


*Manufacturer's suggested price. MSRP may be different in California. Taxes, freight, setup, and delivery not included. Optional accessories and attachments not included. Equipment, models and prices may vary by dealer. Product options and accessories may not be available in all regions. The engine horsepower and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating horsepower and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s website for additional information. Offers valid in the United States. Prices in U.S. dollars.
Belle Glade

2017 Northwest 16th Street
Belle Glade, FL 33430
561-996-6531

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Boynton Beach

1335 Neptune Dr
Boynton Beach, FL 33426
561-732-8905

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Brooksville

22255 Cortez Blvd
Brooksville, FL 34601
352-573-2720

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Fort Myers

9501 FL-82
Fort Myers, FL 33905
239-332-5045

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Fort Pierce

6150 Orange Ave
Fort Pierce, FL 34947
772-461-5568

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Immokalee

775 E Main St
Immokalee, FL 34142
239-657-4413

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Largo

6785 114th Ave
Largo, FL 33773
727-828-8200

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Leesburg

1800 US-441
Leesburg, FL 34748
352-315-1016

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Loxahatchee

13295 Southern Blvd
Loxahatchee, FL 33470
561-784-4000

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Naples

1945 Pine Ridge Rd
Naples, FL 34109
239-260-8800

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North Port

2825 Commerce Parkway
North Port, FL 34289
941-924-9709

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Odessa

2240 Success Dr
Odessa, FL 33556
727-842-8618

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Okeechobee

820 US-98
Okeechobee, FL 34972
863-763-1921

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Orlando

12049 S Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, FL 32837
407-240-1023

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Palmetto

906 US-301
Palmetto, FL 34221
941-722-3281

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Plant City

2805 West, FL-60
Plant City, FL 33567
813-737-1660

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St Cloud

117 13th St
St Cloud, FL 34769
321-209-4888

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