„Cemos Automatic“ heißt das Zauberwort für den ersten Mähdrescher, der sich automatisch auf die Druschbedingungen einstellt. Wie das geht und was die neue Lexion-Generation von Claas noch zu bieten hat, lesen Sie in einem ersten Fahrbericht.
The Claas Lexion 760 TT combine harvester has been in production since 2010 and represents the mid-point of the 700 series. As the only combine in its series, it is fitted with a powerful 6-cylinder Perkins engine, which has 12.5 l displacement. The Perkins engine can reach up to 370 k/W or 503 HP. The TT at the end of the Lexion 760's name refers to the Terra Trac caterpillar tracks. The track system takes particularly good care of the ground during harvesting, even in difficult soil conditions. The Claas Lexion 760 TT has a working width of 9.0 to 10.5 m. The Claas APS hybrid system is also used in the 760 TT, which owes its high effectiveness to the combination of the APS threshing system and the Roto Plus residual grain separation. This combination allows for greatly increased turnover with significantly less loss. Purification is carried out via the Jet Stream system, which has an electronically-controlled, 6-fold turbine blower. The grain tank of the Claas Lexion 760 TT combine harvester holds 11.000 l and has a discharge capacity of 130 l/s. Straw management is undertaken by the Special Cut II chopper, which has 108 closely-spaced knives, ground on both sides. It is easy to access the controls for the chopping quality and also for the Jetstream system via the on-board Cebis, which is located in the cab of the Lexion 760 TT. The Cebis menu items are prominently displayed on a 9.4" colour screen, which can be adjusted for both height and tilt. The Claas Lexion 760 TT can be optionally fitted with the CMOS system, which uses dialogue to guide the driver to an even better harvesting performance by making it possible to fine tune the parameters of the settings.