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Overview

Rugged strength for tough field conditions
Variety of models and sizes available
    • Walk-Over wheels

      Walk-Over wheels

    Provide a consistent working depth in uneven ground for level seedbeds and complete weed control.

     

    Staggered wheel design provides extra room for residue flow, obstacles, and transport stability.

Walk-Over™ wheels help provide consistent working depth
    • 2410 Drawn Chisel Plow

      2410 Drawn Chisel Plow

    The 2410 Drawn Chisel Plow is available in rigid and rigid fold, three-section folding, and five-section folding frame models.

     

  • Models

    Type of fold

    Standards

    Drawn rigid

    Non-fold or horizontal fold

    Spring reset, TruPosition™, or
    Tru-Depth™

    Drawn flexible

    Three-section
    over-center fold

    Spring reset, TruPosition, or
    Tru-Depth

    Drawn flexible

    Five-section
    over-center fold

    TruPosition


    NOTE: Tru-Depth standards are available through 10.06 m (33 ft) only.

Wide variety of ground-engaging tools available
    • Shovels, chisels, and sweeps

      Shovels, chisels, and sweeps

    A wide variety of tools such as sweeps, chisels, and twisted shovels are available for the operator to maintain surface residue and ground profile under varying weather and soil conditions.

Precise and accurate depth control
  • The 2410 Drawn Chisel Plow is designed for precise, accurate depth control. Precise depth control is very important for conservation of moisture, fertilizer placement, and soil management. Soil layers of differing soil type vary across farms and even across fields. The ability to adjust for these conditions is extremely important to producers today.

     

    There are two choices in providing this adjustment. AccuDepth™ comes as standard equipment or single point depth control is available as an option. Both provide accurate depth control to best utilize available tractor horsepower.

     

    With AccuDepth, these adjustments can be done on the move, increasing productivity and making the day go easier for operators. AccuDepth provides accurate and precise depth control by the use of individual wheel sensors and electronic circuitry to perform tasks of leveling and depth measurements unprecedented in the industry until now. Accurate depth is displayed to the nearest 2.5 mm (1/10 in.).

     

    The field-proven single-point depth control offers the producer one easy, front-mounted crank to dial in their depth control for the entire implement. From one location, this adjustment is easily and quickly completed.

     

    The floating hitch, frame strength of the Tube-Thru-Tube™ manufacturing, and the wheel package placement allow the 2410 to offer unmatched consistency of depth (front-to-back and side-to-side). Fuel can be saved, soil can be mixed and shattered, and accurate depth can be maintained. This represents true soil management for the producer.

Automate implement setup on GreenStar™ 3 2630 Display
    • John Deere Implement Detection

      John Deere Implement Detection

    Spend less time taking measurements and trying to remember how your implement was setup last year. With John Deere Implement Detection, simply connect your implement to the tractor. All of the settings used from the previous year or the factory-installed settings on new machines will automatically enter into the GreenStar 3 2630 Display.

  • How it works

     

    When an implement with Implement Detection is connected to a tractor utilizing a GreenStar 3 2630, a notification will be populated informing the operator that an implement is now on the CANBUS. The one page notification will indicate the implement's name, connection type, and other settings saved to the implement controller.

     

    The notification will address each individual setting showing the operator whether the implement settings successfully transferred to the 2630 or not. From this notification, users have the option to accept settings and move to the run page, or they can select the Equipment soft key that takes them to the equipment setup page so they can make adjustments to implement settings if necessary.

     

    All changes to implement settings will override previous settings and will be stored to the controller. If the implement is moved between tractors or displays switched, the implement settings are automatically sent to the display once the ISO connector is reconnected.

  • Required implement information

    Implement Detection

    Type

    X

    Model

    X

    Name

    X

    Connection type

    X

    Widths

    X

    GPS offsets

    X

    Track spacing

    X

  • John Deere Implement Detection provides a Green-on-Green advantage that addresses the single-most frustrating issue in the world of precision agriculture today - usability. Implement Detection will allow John Deere precision technology users to spend more time working and less time setting up their equipment. Enhancements such as this also begin to eliminate the mistakes made by operators in the field as well as reduce the dependence on others to help get the equipment setup like it was the prior year.

  • Producers with non-John Deere implements can still see the benefits of John Deere Implement Detection when paired with a GreenStar 3 2630 Display and an independent Implement Detection controller. John Deere Implement Detection is designed to be paired with equipment not currently utilizing a controller; such equipment includes tillage implements, planter/seeders, dry-box fertilizer spreaders and sprayers.

     

    NOTE: Implement Detection is not compatible with AccuDepth™ implement system.

Rugged frame construction
    • 3.4-m (134-in.) four-bar frame

      3.4-m (134-in.) four-bar frame

    Operators are requiring faster field working speeds, larger implements, and tractors because of a dramatic increase in farm size. The market is asking for and receiving tractors with more torque, more weight, and more horsepower. 

     

    Accommodating 600 engine horsepower tractors requires more from implement frame and hitch components, including thicker frame tubes, additional diagonal bracing, and frame gussets. 

     

    The frame is constructed of continuous 102-mm x 102-mm (4-in. x 4-in.) cross members inserted through 51-mm x 152-mm (2-in. x 6-in.), 76-mm x 152-mm (3-in. x 6-in.), and 102-mm x 152-mm (4-in. x 6-in.) fore-aft members. The mainframe boasts a structure made up of 102-mm x 152-mm (4-in. x 6-in.) fore-aft tubes.

     

    The large frame member sizes, joint welds, and wheel module placement adds to the structural integrity, providing a stable front-to-rear and side-to-side operation.

    • Consistent operating depth
    • Level operation
    • Restricts frame dip
Excellent residue-handling capability
    • 2410 Chisel Plow

      2410 Chisel Plow

    The 2410 Chisel Plow has excellent residue-handling capability in primary tillage at all residue levels.

  • Typical percents of residue cover remaining from the 2410 are listed in the following table. The percentages do not take into account variables such as the condition of the residue, speed, and soil type.

     

    For machines with 305-mm (12-in.) spacing:

     

    Starting
    residue
    cover
    (percent)

    Remaining non-fragile*
    residue cover
    (percent)
     

    Remaining fragile**
    residue cover
    (percent)
     

    with
    406-mm
    (16-in.) sweeps

    with
    51-mm x
    356-mm
    (2-in. x 14-in.) chisel point

    with
    102-mm x
    368-mm
    (4-in. x 14.5-in.) shovel

    with
    76-mm
    x
    610-mm
    (3-in. x 24-in.) shovel

    with
    406-mm
    (16-in.) sweeps

    with
    51-mm x
    356-mm
    (2-in. x 14-in.) chisel point

    with
    102-mm x
    368-mm
    (4-in. x 14.5-in.)
    shovel

    with
    76-mm
    x
    610-mm
    (3-in. x 24-in.) shovel

    100

    80

    70

    60

    60

    55

    50

    45

    45

    90

    72

    65

    55

    55

    50

    45

    40

    40

    80

    65

    56

    50

    50

    45

    40

    35

    35

    70

    55

    50

    42

    42

    38

    35

    30

    30

    60

    50

    42

    35

    35

    33

    30

    27

    27

    50

    40

    35

    30

    30

    27

    25

    22

    22

    40

    32

    28

    25

    25

    22

    20

    18

    18

     

    *Non-fragile residue includes crops like corn, sorghum, wheat (more than 45 bu).


    **Fragile residue includes crops like soybeans, edible beans, peas, wheat (less than 45 bu), sunflower, peanuts, and cotton.

  • For machines with 406-mm (16-in.) spacing:

     

    Starting
    residue
    cover
    (percent)

    Remaining non-fragile*
    residue cover
    (percent)
     

    Remaining fragile**
    residue cover
    (percent)
     

    with
    457-mm
    (18-in.) sweeps

    with
    51-mm x
    356-mm (2-in. x 14-in.) chisel point

    with
    102-mm x
    368-mm (4-in. x 14.5-in.)shovel

    with
    76-mm
    x
    610-mm (3-in. x 24-in.) shovel

    with
    457-mm
    (18-in.) sweeps

    with 51-mm x
    356-mm (2-in. x 14-in.) chisel point

    with
    102-mm x
    368-mm (4-in. x 14.5-in.)shovel

    with 76-mm
    x
    610-mm (3-in. x 24-in.) shovel

    100

    83

    73

    63

    63

    55

    50

    45

    45

    90

    75

    68

    58

    58

    50

    45

    40

    40

    80

    68

    59

    53

    53

    45

    40

    35

    35

    70

    58

    53

    45

    45

    38

    35

    30

    30

    60

    53

    45

    38

    38

    33

    30

    27

    27

    50

    43

    38

    33

    33

    27

    25

    22

    22

    40

    35

    31

    28

    28

    22

    20

    18

    18

     

    *Non-fragile residue includes crops like corn, sorghum, wheat (more than 45 bu).

    **Fragile residue includes crops like soybeans, edible beans, peas, wheat (under 45 bu), sunflower, peanuts, cotton.

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