Machine optimisation

Optimised machine utilisation

Machine control and performance optimisation directly from the cab.

Machine optimisation

Optimised machine utilisation

Machine control and performance optimisation directly from the cab.

More dialogue. CEMOS.

CEMOS has the right setting.

The CLAAS Electronic Machine Optimisation System (CEMOS) fulfils the wish for an assistant capable of finding the right combine settings every time, balancing performance, quality, safety and efficiency. The specified values from CLAAS in the crop log are a good average value for nearly all harvesting conditions, but there is usually room for optimisation. CEMOS helps to utilise this potential consistently.

Tried and tested.

CEMOS has proven outstandingly successful in practical use. Time and again, our customers have confirmed that it increases throughput. Another recognised benefit for the operator is the learning effect which results from continuous communication with CEMOS.

LEXION 780-740 CEMOS

The operating principle:

Dialogue. The operator assistance system runs on the external terminal (CEBIS MOBILE). CEMOS guides the operator to the best settings using a screen dialogue.

Optimisation takes place in three stages:

  1. The operator requests a suggested setting (for example, to reduce losses)
  2. CEMOS suggests a logical setting
  3. The operator accepts or rejects this suggested setting

Steps 2 and 3 are repeated until the operator is satisfied with the result or CEMOS has no further suggestions. Equipment adjustments (such as fan speed) are performed by CEMOS whenever possible but must always be confirmed by the operator. No adjustments are made automatically without operator control. Nearly every CEMOS dialogue offers comprehensive help. If a manual adjustment must be made, CEMOS uses a graphic to explain the setting procedure to the operator.

Operators benefit, results improve.

CEMOS is a convincing, reliable partner for the operator, motivating him to optimise combine performance by adapting the settings to the situation, providing a sense of security and increasing skills through ongoing learning.

CEMOS at work.

CEMOS displays the suggested setting for a change in throughput monitoring in colour: green = positive change, red = negative change.

The menu structure:

  1. Returns volume
  2. Grain content in returns
  3. Throughput monitoring, residual grain separation
  4. Throughput monitoring, cleaning
  5. Status display
  6. Extensive help function
  7. Exit menu