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Study on automatic control system for hydraulic hitch equipment of tractor

, : Study on automatic control system for hydraulic hitch equipment of tractor. Nongye Jixie Xuebao = Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Machinery 37(10): 42-45

A simple structure of semi-partition hydraulic hitch equipment, which includes an automatic control system, is presented. The signals of the soil resistance sensor, the implement lift height sensor and the control-valve sensor were measured and managed. The system was under the control of the SCM. Results showed that the relationship between traction and the cultivating deepness was linear, and the hydraulic hitch system of tractor was automatically controlled.


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