Hydraulic power lift: is the hydraulic system that is used to move the three point hitch system. It can be controlled electronically or mechanically.
Lock and controlled lowering (rate of drop/lock): is the system that is used to control the lowering speed of the implement or prevents the lowering.
Position control: is the system that is used to position the implement between the height limits of the hydraulic lift.
Draft control: is the system that senses the total plowing heel force determined by the soil resistance, implement weight and plowing depth, and stabilizes the traction of the tractor according to this plowing force.
Mixed control: is the system that makes it possible to use the position control and draft control together to maintain a stabilized plowing depth by preventing the implement to be lowered too deep or raised too high by changing the plowing depth.
Autolift: is the system that is used to raise the implement to the ‘carrying positon’ without changing the draft or position settings of the lifts when activated and positions the implement back to the previous location when deactivated.