Cat 777G off-highway, rigid-frame haul truck has a Tier 4-Final diesel and delivers 7 percent more torque than the the F series predecessor.
Cat 777G off-highway, rigid-frame haul truck has a Tier 4-Final diesel and delivers 7 percent more torque than the the F series predecessor. Advanced Productivity Electronic Control Strategy (APECS) has torque shift management that allows the truck to carry more momentum up grades. New transmission controls include configurable economy settings and an adaptive economy mode that automatically optimizes fuel use based on a production baseline. The access system has new hand rails, and cab noise was reduced 50 percent compared to the predecessor. Cat Comfort Seat Series III, with vibration-reducing technology and a three-point restraining system, is highly adjustable, the company says. Object Detection is standard and uses a combination of radars, in-cab display, and multiple cameras. Using payload values from the Truck Production Monitoring System and data such as air temperature and truck speed, the load placed on tires is monitored. As they approach rated load-speed rating, a warning is given.
The Cat PL72, PL83, and PL87 pipelayers feature an integrated, all-Cat power train with differential steering and an electronically controlled hydraulic system that places total control of lifting functions into one single joystick.
The Cat S40 smartphone has been drop-tested up to 5.9 feet onto concrete, is IP68-rated, and exceeds Mil-Spec 810G.