Zetor and MTA agree to collaborate

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Zetor tractors are set for an upgrade in the operator dashboard after an announcement that the company is to collaborate with MTA.

The electromechanical provider is to supply its top-of-the-range dashboard, Revo Plus, for future vehicles.

The off-the-shelf hardware includes customizable software allowing manufacturers to tailor the graphics and layout to specific requirements.

The dashboard has a 4.3″ color TFT display with 32 indicator lights as well as more traditional analog gauges – showing revs per minute, water temperature and fuel level.

In addition, the TFT has a fixed menu displaying basic information about machine function and one CAN line.

An MTA spokesperson said, “Revo Plus also stands out for its high protection rating, which makes it perfect for agricultural work: IP67 for the front side and IP65 for the rear. Special anti-fingerprint and anti-reflection treatments allow moreover for a perfect visibility, even with direct sunlight.”

Like other dashboards, displays and electronic control unit products developed in the MTA Studio range, the dashboard is manufactured in the company’s Rolo plant in the north of Italy.

May 11, 2018

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