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John Deere launches Smart Connector for compact tractors

September 4, 2020 -  By
(Photo: John Deere)

(Photo: John Deere)

Tractor maintenance is simplified through the new John Deere Smart Connector and TractorPlus App for Compact Utility Tractors.

The Smart Connector establishes a connection between tractor and smartphone via Bluetooth technology for easy access to tractor information such as service intervals, diagnostic codes, fuel level, engine hours and maintenance information.

The TractorPlus App provides owners with convenient access to key parts of the operator’s manual, parts diagrams and parts ordering directly from the John Deere Store or their preferred dealer. Owners can also keep track of maintenance and service intervals for optimal machine performance and see diagnostic codes in an easy-to-read list.

In addition to providing valuable tractor information, the app also provides coverage mapping via a smartphone’s location tracking system for reduced overlap while mowing, plowing or spraying. In conjunction with the Smart Connector, the app can also function as an extended dashboard to your tractor by displaying real-time machine and job information.

Owners can also use the TractorPlus App to access a library of helpful how-to videos from the Frontier Tips Notebook for step-by-step information on topics like machine maintenance, property projects and more.

“With the new Smart Connector and TractorPlus App, compact tractor owners have easy access to a wide range of information, like service intervals, diagnostic codes and maintenance information,” said John Doyle, John Deere product marketing manager.

The John Deere Smart Connector is easy to install by simply plugging it into the Service Advisor Port on the compact utility tractor. The entire process takes just a few minutes to complete and requires no tools for installation.

The new Smart Connectors are compatible with most 2-Series, 3-Series, and 4-Series John Deere CUT models.

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