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Series 5DS TTV
UNLIKE ANY OTHER. THE NEW CONTINUOUS 5DS TTV.
Maximum technology and ergonomics in a small space.
Whether in vineyards or orchards, in horticulture, landscaping, or in municipal use – maximum productivity and flexibility are the building blocks for economic success. Never before have performance, productivity and comfort been united in a specialist tractor as perfectly as in the new 5DS TTV Series. DEUTZ-FAHR presents a new, innovative specialist tractor for the highest requirements: continuous TTV transmission, maximum driving and operating comfort, and a powerful hydraulic system ensure an unprecedented level of productivity.
The 5DS TTV Series can be used and configured individually and flexibly so suit the variety of tasks in orchards and vineyards. Individual equipment and hydraulic packages can be configured depending on the application and tasks. All have one thing in common – relieving the driver so they can focus fully on their work.
The new 5DS TTV – the new standard for specialist tractors.
Leading modern technologies for all requirements.
The powerful state-of-the-art FARMotion engines, which were specially designed for agricultural use, feature optimum torque and maximum power with exceptionally low consumption. Customers can choose between 3-cylinder or 4-cylinder common-rail turbo diesel engines with electronic control from 88 to 113 HP (65 to 83 kW) with turbocharger, charge air cooling, DOC exhaust gas treatment and visco fan.
Torque and power are adapted to the toughest tasks. In addition, the new engines are extremely efficient when it comes to diesel consumption. The optimised design allows a narrow bonnet and therefore an excellent view to the front as well as maximum agility. Thanks to state-of-the-art technology of the engines, they comply with all international emissions standards (emissions level III B). Top performance for specialist tractors – the FARMotion already delivers its top power (115 or 113 HP) at 2,200 rpm. All engine components, such as radiator, fan, hoses and filters, were designed to be as compact as possible and feature maximum ease of maintenance. The two stage PowerCore air filter is a new feature. It can be equipped with a dust separator. The compact, lightweight aluminium radiator (engine, hydraulic oil, charge air) can be cleaned very quickly and easily. The fuel tank holds 85 litres, allowing even the powerful 5DS TTV Series to complete lengthy work tasks without stopping to refuel.
The new 5DS with continuous TTV transmission ensures optimum transmission of forces in any position.
The advanced transmission technology ensures efficient distribution of forces on level ground and on inclines. This makes life much easier for the driver, while also lowering consumption – the transmission of the 5DS TTV combines the performance of a mechanical transmission with the comfort of a hydrostatic transmission. The engine power is transformed into productive performance – continuously, without losses and fuel-saving. The top speed of 40 km/h is already reached at an economical 1,650 rpm.
The operating convenience of the new TTV transmission is unrivalled. The driver only has to set the desired speed and the tractor accelerates continuously until the set speed has been reached. Engine and transmission synchronise automatically and always operate at the most efficient engine speed based on the current load. The cruise control makes things even easier. The working speed can be saved and recalled at the press of a button. The transmission is operated intuitively with the ergonomic joystick. All important functions are right at the driver’s fingertips. The freely programmable buttons on the MaxCom joystick can be used for reversing the direction of driving. Drivers can select different transmission settings from “ECO2” (for minimum fuel consumption) to “Power” (for maximum performance).
Ready for anything
The new DEUTZ-FAHR Series 5DS TTV also shows great versatility in the PTO equipment. As a standard, it is equipped with three PTO speeds: 540 rpm, 540ECO and 1,000 rpm with modulated electronic activation. Automatic activation and deactivation of the PTO depending on the attachment position is also a standard feature. A synchronised version, a detachable PTO stub and a front PTO with 1,000 rpm are available as optional extras.
Industry-leading in hydraulic performance.
The attachments used in vineyards and orchards require ever greater hydraulic power while their operation is becoming increasingly complex through combined work processes.This has prompted DEUTZ-FAHR to develop a completely new hydraulic system for the 5DS TTV Series.
Up to five additional electro-hydraulic control valves with double-action can be installed in the rear to meet the requirements in orchard and vineyard work as well as in other areas of application. Four additional double-action control valves are available at the front attachment point. Oil quantity and flow rate can be programmed individually for each control device so they can be recalled for routine tasks at any time. The electronically controlled rear linkage lifts an impressive 2,600 kg, while the optionally available front linkage can manage up to 1,500 kg.
No matter which of the four hydraulic configurations is selected – linkage and auxiliary control valves are always supplied by a powerful 100 l/min load sensing pump. This is supported by a separate hydraulic circuit with a 42 l/min pump for smooth servo steering.
Driving comfort and safety on any surface.
The 5DS TTV Series is available with the exclusive front axle suspension with independent ‘wheel’ suspension and active steering. The innovative suspension system always operates based on driving speed and steering angle. Sensors continuously supply the control unit with the relevant data – an ideal solution when working with foliage cutters or similar devices which work along the vine rows. Depending on the operating conditions, the electronic system controls the shock absorbers in real time, adapting stiffness and damping to the driving situation. This reduces vibrations much more efficiently than before, increasing comfort and safety for the driver.
As a standard, the 5DS TTV Series is equipped with an anti-dive roll stabilising system and an anti-roll side stabilising system. The roll stabilising system increases safety during braking by counteracting the sudden lowering of the front axle and the resulting strong weight shift to the axle. This reduces the braking distance particularly during heavy braking. The side stabilising system adapts the spring stiffness to the steering angle and the driving speed. During cornering, the suspension is stiffened more on the outside than on the inside. This keeps the vehicle in balance and limits dangerous weaving motions. Automatic activation of the all-wheel drive and the 100% differential locks ensures best possible traction for all terrain situations. The automatically activated rear axle differential is available for added traction and stability. All-wheel braking is fitted as a standard.
The most spacious cab in its class: more comfort, less stress.
Spacious on the inside – compact on the outside. This was the development target for the new 4-post cab of the new 5DS TTV Series. The rounded frame profiles give the cab a modern look, provide a good view on all sides and are gentle on the vegetation when driving through narrow plant rows. Thanks to the compact and low-lying TTV transmission, the cab platform is completely level. This makes entering and exiting the cab much easier, offers more legroom and allows an optimum pedal and seating position.
A pedal on the steering column allows easy, comfortable height and angle adjustment of the steering wheel. The dashboard is integrated into the steering column and therefore follows the angle of the steering wheel. This allows drivers of any height optimum view of the operating information and operating elements. The InfoCenterPro with a high-resolution 5” monitor provides the driver with clearly structured information on all operating states of the tractor. Driving speed and engine speed are shown on analogue dials. The driver receives all information in real time and can program operating sequences. The operating elements for activating the automatic functions, such as front axle suspension, Auto4WD and SDD fast steering as well as the lever for the hydraulic parking brake (HPB) and a mobile phone holder are located to the left and right of the InfoCenterPro.
A driver’s seat with air springs and a multimedia radio are available as additional options. This provides the driver with everything they need for completing their tasks comfortably and efficiently. The generous glass area of the one-piece windscreen extends into the roof of the cab, offering an excellent view of all attachment areas. An opening front screen is available as an option. A special filter and pressure balancing system, which is integrated into the newly developed roof, means that the cab meets all standards (class IV) for protecting the driver, making personal protective equipment unnecessary.
The workspace has also been redesigned, with the aim of achieving an optimal seating and working position for the driver. The newly developed MaxCom multifunction armrest is integrated into the driver’s seat, featuring an ergonomic joystick and clearly structured function buttons. This means the driver can control all work with front, side or rear attachments with their arm resting comfortably.
During work with front attachments, the left hand remains on the steering wheel while the right hand operates the joystick. The joystick combines the control for the front hydraulics and the front linkage, the control for the driving speed and various programmable functions, such as reversing the direction of driving, with three freely programmable buttons. For monitoring the rear attachments, the driver uses a second joystick which operates the rear hydraulic control devices and the programmed functions. Controls for engine, transmission and PTO are combined in the central area of the MaxCom armrest.
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