Single Axis Solar Tracker Sun Tracking kit
Electronic Controller +Light Sensor +IR Remote for PV Solar Cell Panel Sunlight Track Kit
Here for sale is WST03-5 Single Axis Solar Tracker Controller, the main function is to control the single axis (oblique single axis) system to track the sunlight. Items include the controller box, light sensor & 2 meters wire and IR (infrared) remote controller.
Solar Tracker Package Includes:
- 1PCS Electronic controller box;
- 1PCS light sensor with 2 meters (6.5 ft) wire;
- 1PCS IR remote controller (No Battery included);
- 1PCS user’s manual.
Solar Tracker Features:
- Tracking accuracy is high, average tracking accuracy is ≤1°(The actual accuracy is relevant with the system’s moving speed);
- The light-sensor is inside the waterproof shell, which is waterproof, dust-proof and resistant to aging;
- The interval time of continuous tracking is adjustable;
- The threshold value of the light-sensor is adjustable;
- The threshold value of the wind speed sensor is adjustable;
- With working status indicator light, can indicate multiple working status: East-West orientation working status, manual status, wind speed action status, sunny status, cloudy status, execute to scheduled homing status in cloudy day, self-lock status at night;
- Can execute to scheduled homing position in cloudy day or at night;
- With IR remote control to manually control the East-West orientation;
- Users can add external limit switch as needed;
- Users can add wind speed sensor as needed;
- Can move to scheduled position when there is wind (Needs to add wind speed sensor);
- East-West orientation limiting (Needs to add limit switch);
- Wrong battery pole connection protection, with over-current protection fuse;
- Low standby power, standby current is
Solar tracking system: Solar Tracker photovoltaic System, solar thermal system, light guide and lighting, etc.
What is a Solar Tracker?
For flat-panel photovoltaic systems, trackers are used to minimize the angle of incidence between the incoming sunlight and a photovoltaic panel, sometimes known as the cosine error. Reducing this angle increases the amount of energy produced from a fixed amount of installed power generating capacity.
In standard photovoltaic applications, it was predicted in 2008-2009 that trackers could be used in at least 85% of commercial installations greater than one megawatt from 2009 to 2012.
As the pricing, reliability and performance of single-axis trackers have improved, the systems have been installed in an increasing percentage of utility-scale projects. According to data from WoodMackenzie/GTM Research, global solar tracker shipments hit a record 14.5 gigawatts in 2017. This represents growth of 32 percent year-over-year, with similar or greater growth projected as large-scale solar deployment accelerates
In concentrator photovoltaics (CPV) and concentrated solar power (CSP) applications, trackers are used to enable the optical components in the CPV and CSP systems. The optics in concentrated solar applications accept the direct component of sunlight light and therefore must be oriented appropriately to collect energy.
Tracking systems are found in all concentrator applications because such systems collect the sun’s energy with maximum efficiency when the optical axis is aligned with incident solar radiation.[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/embed?listType=playlist&list=PLzu3FM1mqkw9GYcSh4Vy3jXu9OOg5xyPH&layout=gallery[/embedyt]