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High power – low fuel consumption. Fendt iD.

Fendt iD low engine speed concept

The Fendt 1000 Vario always runs within the maximum torque range for the lowest specific fuel consumption, which means that high power is already delivered at low engine speeds. “High torque, low engine speed” is the system according to which all vehicle components such as engine, gearbox, fan, hydraulics and all auxiliary units are tailored to suit the ideal engine speed.

High torque – low fuel consumption

The Fendt iD low engine speed concept results in permanently low fuel consumption and an extended service life. The speed band of the Fendt 1000 Vario ranges from 650 rpm to 1,700 rpm. In the main working range, the speeds range from 1,100 to 1,500 rpm, which is gentle on the components and lowers consumption. The engine of the Fendt 1050 Vario already delivers an impressive 1,770 lb-ft of torque at just 1,100 rpm.​

The way Fendt iD works

The entire drive technology of the Fendt 1000 Vario is exceptionally efficient. The high-capacity engines with VTG turbocharger unfold their enormous power potential efficiently at low engine speeds. Transmission and variable four-wheel drive ensure ideal power distribution within the optimal consumption range. The Concentric Air System (CAS) cooling concept with forced-draft high-performance fan cools all heat exchangers according to needs and further increases overall efficiency. All consumers, such as the airconditioning, air compressor or alternator, are coordinated for low wear through low engine speeds.

A master of heavy draft work.

396 to 517 hp

It is powered by the highly efficient MAN six-cylinder engine. With a 12.4-liter displacement, it reaches a high amount of torque even at low engine speeds: On the Fendt 1050 Vario, the maximum torque of 1,770 ft-lb is there at just 1,100 rpm – perfect for heavy draft work. This fast high-horsepower tractor reaches its top speed of 31 mph at just 1,200 rpm, and 25 mph at a fuel saving 950 rpm.​


The 12.4 L MAN engine with common rail attains high injection pressure of 26,000 psi and is therefore very efficient.​

Reversible fan

Quick, easy radiator cleaning without downtime – thanks to the optional reversible fan. This can reverse the air flow automatically – now as a headland management sequence – so the cooling elements are effectively blown clean.

Turbo efficiency

The engine, tried and tested many times in the trucking industry, has been tailored to heavy loads based on the load spectrum in heavy field work. The charging is done through the VTG turbocharger and results in high torques even at low engine speeds. Low engine noise level and exhaust brake via the VTG, which is gentle on the brakes and minimizes wear.​

Economical, low-emission, environmentally friendly

The smart solution for compliance with Tier 4 final emissions is decisive for the economy of the drive train. So, we equipped the engine with an exhaust after-treatment that enables the lowest fuel and DEF consumption. Exhaust after-treatment is a combination of SCR technology, the diesel particulate filter and the diesel oxidation catalyst.​

Engine characteristics – Fendt 1050 Vario

Through the well-rounded torque curve, more power is already available in the lower speed range. Furthermore, the constant power range provides a broader engine speed band over which the maximum power can be called up. In this range, the rated speed is equivalent to the maximum power.

Everything flows.

Versatile hydraulics

The modular design of the hydraulics opens up a whole range of options. The valves come in a choice of UDK, DUDK and FFC couplings. You can use the right connection, every time; the system includes ½" and ¾" valves with a maximum flow rate of 37 GPM and ⅝" valves with a maximum flow rate of 45 GPM. The DUDK and FFC couplings can be coupled under pressure from both sides.​

Oil flow according to need

Both control pumps supply separate valve blocks via its own oil circuit with the ideal quantity of oil and the right oil pressure. For example, the vacuum fan of a planter requires a high flow rate, but low pressure, while the remaining consumers, such as steering, power lift, chassis or markers, also require high oil pressure at a low flow rate on the second circuit.​

The benefits of dual-pump, dual-circuit hydraulics are clear – effective fuel savings due to the reduced throttle losses on the pressure limiting valve, and the unnecessary oil heating associated with it.

Twice as strong

Alongside load-sensing pumps with 43.6 GPM or 58.1 GPM pump capacity, the Fendt 1000 Vario has high-performance hydraulics with 113.5 GPM – for the toughest of requirements. On 2 separate circuits, one pump delivers 58.1 gallons and a second 55.5 gallons. So, you have 2 control pumps supplying multiple oil consumers – controllable with up to 6 DA valves at the rear and 1 DA valve at the front. The separate hydraulics and transmission oil supplies means the 1000 Vario will be compatible for use with bio-oil in the hydraulic circuit.​


Two valves can be prioritized for the dual-pump, dual-circuit hydraulics.

Coupling system with many advantages

On the one hand, the flexible system enables fast machine changes independent of coupling size. On the other, the fleet can be gradually converted to larger valves. It also comes with all the advantages of flat-face FFC couplings: a large diameter of ⅝" for more flow, leak-free coupling, greater efficiency thanks to fewer pressure drops, easy cleaning, and a longer lifetime as less dirt gets into the coupling. All valves have a breakaway function without pressure loss.

You can opt to have the exchangeable couplings screwed into the valve block and quickly replaced depending on the implement you want to use.​

Reliable performance.​

Working

Engine and transmission are automatically aligned with the Tractor Management System (TMS). The TMS controls the engine speed and transmission setting automatically, independent of driving speed, so that the tractor is always moving at maximum efficiency, thus saving fuel. The engine load reduction is controlled by the automatic maximum output control 2.0, depending on implement operation.​

Braking

A highlight you wouldn't want to miss: In auto mode, the new Handbrake Assistant automatically activates the handbrake when you climb out of the cab or turn off the engine. And vice versa, the assistant automatically deactivates the handbrake when starting off. If you stop and take your foot off the brake pedal, the tractor stays standing safely, even on slopes. The Deceleration Assistant, which automatically actuates the brake lights when decelerating more than 3 ft/s², even before actively braking, provides additional safety when braking. This provides an early warning for traffic following the tractor.​

Steering

Driving safety matters, on the road and in the field. The unique Fendt Stability Control (FSC) provides additional stability and steering precision when driving above 12.5 mph on the road. When coming out of a turn, the Fendt Reaction steering system automatically switches to straight-ahead driving. The superimposed steering system VarioActive makes light work of steering: a single turn of the steering wheel is enough for a full steering angle.​

Hydraulics

Mosaic

The self-closing valve flaps protect against contamination and enable one-handed coupling.

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    Modular hitch system, e.g. configure with no rear power lift and PTO for just drawbar work.

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    Simpler rear equipment, e.g. no rear power lift and PTO still offer the complete range of modular hitch systems, which can be exchanged as needed.

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    The Fendt 1000 Vario provides up to seven hydraulic connections, six at the rear and one in the front.​

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    With the DCUP couplings you can couple all hydraulic valves under pressure on both sides. The pressure relief lever permits easy coupling.

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    The self-closing valve flaps protect against contamination and enable one-handed coupling.

Power lift

The front lift is perfectly integrated in the vehicle.

Using the comfort ballast pickup, front weights can be picked up quickly and easily, even without front linkage.

With the external valve controls, you can actuate the rear power lift, one hydraulic valve and the PTO directly on the rear fender.

Fully rotate the operator platform to work in complete comfort and have best view of the implement.

The Fendt 1000 Vario offers a flanged axle or bar axle to meet different requirements.

The next step to your Fendt 1000 Vario