Your customers expect the technological capabilities to access satellite-based, automatic steering systems. They want to improve the precision, performance, and productivity of their off-highway equipment used in agricultural and construction applications.
To remain competitive in today’s agricultural equipment market, OEMs are offering satellite-based, automatic steering solutions. Danfoss is at the forefront of this technology. Our electrohydraulic steering components deliver outstanding performance. They are optimized to work with GPS, row, vision or laser sensors. In order to facilitate the high-tech farming necessary to feed our ever-growing population.
Danfoss electrohydraulic steering components (EHPS, EHi, OSPE and SASA link) interface with the receiver and user display using CAN bus. Our PVED CLS steering controller and SASA sensor work together. They provide dynamic variable steering ratios, boosting comfort and reducing operator fatigue. The PVED CLS also stores vehicle-specific parameters. These make it easier to move the receiver from machine to machine without additional setup.
Let Danfoss help you implement an auto-guided steering solution that provides incredible value for your customers. It includes reduced driver fatigue, greater fuel efficiency, increased operation speed, and the use of wider implements. It also has the ability to perform multiple functions with more precision and accuracy.
- SIL2 compliant solution
- Increased design flexibility
- Reduced installation costs and complexity
- Fast and smooth transition between steering
- modes during driving
- Increased productivity
- Improved comfort
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All-wheel steering is one example of how Danfoss is at the forefront of machine versatility. This helps customers getting the most out of their equipment. Electrohydraulic steering system enables operators to manually adjust the steering mode, allowing them to best match machine performance to the task at hand.
Danfoss acquires Hydraulik Nord Fluidtechnik to further invest in the steering of tomorrowWednesday, December 19, 2018
Today, Danfoss has signed an agreement to acquire privately held Hydraulik Nord Fluidtechnik, a well-established supplier of hydraulic steering solutions based in Parchim in Germany.