Press Release Summary:
The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers completed the development of ANSI/ASABE S647 standard. The new document provides associated technology to facilitate automatic tracking of seed cotton modules and standardizes identification numbering of seed cotton modules. ASABE develops standards for food, agricultural and biological systems and have more than 260 standards currently in publication.
Original Press Release:
ASABE Completes Standard for Seed Cotton Module Identification
ST JOSEPH, MICHIGAN— The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) has completed the development of ANSI/ASABE S647, Seed Cotton Module Identification System.
The new document standardizes identification numbering of seed cotton modules and provides associated technology to facilitate automatic tracking of seed cotton modules from the field through the module feeder at the gin. Historically seed cotton modules have often been identified using custom systems developed by individual gins for their customers, or by a third-party supplying tags.
ASABE members with standards access and those with site-license privileges can access the full-text of the standard by electronic download in about two weeks. Location for the download is on the ASABE online Technical Library at: elibrary.asabe.org. Others can obtain a copy for a fee directly from the library or by contacting ASABE headquarters at OrderStandard@asabe.org.
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