The Capstan EVO: PWM for the masses

Capstan Ag brought Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) to spraying in the mid 1990s. Over the past 20 years, it has become commonplace on Case sprayers as AIM Command and AIM Command Pro, and as an aftermarket product, called Sharpshooter or PinPoint, on any brand sprayer. If you’re new to the concept, read about it here and here. The latest versions (AIM Command Pro and PinPoint) offer turn compensation and individual nozzle sectional control. But there remains a large base of older AIM Command units that lack turn compensation. And of course, sprayers that lack PWM alltogether, possibly because of cost. … Continue reading The Capstan EVO: PWM for the masses