Solar Tracking System
A solar power tracking system is a device that orients a payload toward the sun. Payloads can be residential solar power sections, reflectors, contacts or other visual gadgets.
In flat-panel photovoltaic or pv (PV) programs, trackers are used to reduce the position of occurrence between the inbound sunshine and a photovoltaic or pv board. This improves the quantity of power created from a set quantity of set up power producing potential. In conventional photovoltaic or pv programs, it is approximated that trackers are used in at least 85% of professional set ups higher than 1MW from 2009 to 2012.
Why Solar Tracking Systems
Climatic change has increased the demand and request for green energy produced by alternative sources such as solar energy. Consequently, solar energy monitoring is increasingly being applied as a maintainable energy generating solution.
Solar Tracking System is a system for orienting a screen or focusing a solar reflector or lens towards the sun. Concentrators, especially in solar board programs, require a high degree of precision to ensure that the focused sunshine is instructed accurately to the operated system. Accurate tracking of the sun is obtained through systems with single or double axis tracking.