Yah only 10 fields/farms, just keep a USB stick in the cab and plug it in and transfer the data, it only takes 30seconds but it still dumb to have such a limitation. I don't have autofill, that involves a fair bit of hyd plumbing & additional wiring, I had my 2096 for one year without Uharvest & installed it my self this summer. The touch screen is fast, you can switch between unload & load screens fast & you can see a spreadsheet of your entire job. The calibration process is very easy. You unload one load & write down the number and then get the truck to scale at the elevator and you just input the two numbers into Uharvest and it creates a calibration number. As far as the joystick, I really like spout on the auger. I"m loading super bees often & with 4 small hoppers your doing lots of moving and at 1000bus/min they fill fast. I mounted the joystick on the end of the left armrest cause it feels natural. The only thing i don't like is when your unfolding the auger you have to keep your finger on the button vs a conventional grain cart you could just set a hyd timer on the tractor.Yes, iPad/ISO can be used at the same time.
Our uHarvest system on a Brent 1196 gets delivered tomorrow, so I guess this week we will find out how it works.
Is it true Jason that you really can only have 10 fields per farm? And only 10 farms per Grower? That will mean we have to delete stuff as we go which sucks, and would make the unlimited iPad much nicer, but not wanting to use the iPad to keep things more 'simple' for multiple operators. Glad to hear auto logging is awesome. Are you using autofill feature? Hope that works well. Not sure the joystick is really going to be great...I like the command arm controls just fine. We chose this over the 520 scale hoping a touch screen would be much easier and faster to see and enter info that scrolling and pushing buttons endlessly on a 3-line display.
How did you initially calibrate the scale sensors for weight?
Don't be worried about that cable, it's just offered as an option, any other display you need to run a long cable to the ISO bus connector at the back of the tractor. For a JD monitor you just get to plug in the cab, it's for ease of install.I am a little nervous about all the software stuff....seems like there is maybe more effort to make it work with the Deere 2630...even has a specific wiring harness for it when all other brands make due with one generic cable