John Deere Wheeled Harvester

Wheeled Harvesters

Compare wheeled harvester models

ModelBoomBoom reachGross lifting torqueCabinHarvester head

John Deere CH7

8,6 / 10 / 11,7 m

197 kNm

Rotating and levelling, or fixed

H424, H425, H270 Series II, H225E

John Deere CH9

8,6 / 10 / 11 m

235 kNm

Rotating and levelling, or fixed

H425, H270 Series II, H219, H225E

  • Driving to tree

    IBC - The boom tip automatically follows the desired trajectory.

    Choosing hill mode makes the trajectory suitable for working on a slope.

    Read more about  the Intelligent Boom Control IBC

    Driving to tree
  • Optimal harvesting height

    IBC - The harvester head is driven to the optimal harvesting height.

    The system guides the use of the extension intelligently during different work phases and reduces stress on the boom.

    Parallel-in movement
  • Also in long reaches

    IBC - Intelligent control of the boom turning

    Intelligent control of the boom turning improves the control of movements also in long reaches. The boom is easy to use and precise to operate.

    Harvester boom movement in long reaches
IBC 3.0 in Harvesters

IBC 3.0 in Harvesters

Operator takes the harvester head to the desired place. Sensors recognize the location of the head and the system adjusts boom movements and extension automatically. The operation of IBC in harvesters has been adapted to harvester’s work cycle.

The rotating and leveling cabin increases improves ergonomics

Leveling cabin increases work comfort

Cabin faces the work area and the automatic leveling function allows the operator to sit upright even when the machine is on uneven terrain.

TimberMatic Maps and TimberManager

TimberMatic Maps and TimberManager

No more guessing. TimberMatic Maps and TimberManager open a real-time view to the work site.

NOTE. Not all models and options shown are offered or available in all markets.