The Bolt's onboard alternator generates the high-voltage electricity necessary to power the system and create the electrical field in the soil.
The battery receives the electrical energy generated by the alternator and stores it to provide a steady flow of power through the control unit.
The Bolt's control unit governs the flow of electricity to row modules near the coulters, delivering an appropriate charge to generate the electrical arc. Indicator lights show the charge level.
The row unit modules receive power from the Bolt's control unit, feeding the electricity down to the coulters in the soil.
A pair of smooth coulters manage residue and serve as the electrodes of the Bolt system. An electric arc passes through the intervening soil to stabilize the nitrogen which is applied in the same field operation. The coulter assembly may be used with or without a knife.
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