Intelligent Machine Control excavators

PC210LCi-11

intelligent Machine Control 2.0

The PC210LCi-11 now with new intelligent Machine Control 2.0 delivers even higher productivity, efficiency and cost saving gains for the customer. New, fully factory integrated features limit under and over digging, increase ease of operation and maximise machine and attachment utilisation.

  • Customer driven and customer proven
  • Fully supported by Komatsu distributor technical experts
  • Quality, reliability, accuracy and performance backed by Komatsu
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Engine Power
123/165 kW/HP
Bucket Capacity
1,68 m³
Digging Depth
6,62 m
Operating Weight
22,12-23,58 t.
“With iMC 2.0 - the original and best machine control system just got better!”
“With iMC 2.0 - the original and best machine control system just got better!”
Better - Faster- Smarter
intelligent Machine Control
Better - Faster- Smarter
Komatsu’s proven intelligent Machine Control concept has now penetrated markets worldwide. Thousands of operators and owners enjoy the safety and precision of Komatsu’s exclusive technology, factory fitted on both dozers and excavators, and the outstanding improvement in productivity it brings to the jobsite. Customer productivity is the driving principle behind Komatsu intelligent Machine Control.
Intelligent Excavators
intelligent Machine Control
Intelligent Excavators
The exclusive control function lets you focus on moving material efficiently, with no worry about digging too deep or damaging the target surface. From rough digging to finish grading, a Komatsu intelligent excavator drastically improves productivity, precision and safety on work sites. 
Hydraulic excavators will never be the same again.
 
KomVision
KomVision

With a series of high definition networked cameras fitted on the machine, KomVision provides a crystal clear, real-time bird’s eye view of the immediate surroundings on the widescreen cab monitor. The driver can quickly and easily check the machine’s vicinity prior to making any movements.

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Gavin Latcham, operator Lumsden Carroll