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Auto Tracking Solar System

Ground-Mounted Solar Auto Tracker Systems

Min. 500Kw and Above

Key Components

  • Solar Panels: Photovoltaic modules that convert sunlight into electricity.
  • Tracking Mechanism: Automated system that adjusts the tilt and/or orientation of the solar panels.
  • Controller: Central unit that manages the tracking system based on real-time sun position data.
  • Inverters: Devices that convert DC electricity from solar panels into AC electricity for use in homes or businesses.
  • Foundation: Structural base for mounting the solar panels and tracking mechanism securely to the ground.


  • Dynamic Tracking: Panels move throughout the day to directly face the sun, maximizing solar exposure.
  • Improved Efficiency: Higher energy production compared to fixed-tilt systems due to optimized sunlight capture.
  • Adaptability: Tracks both azimuth (east-west movement) and elevation (north-south tilt) for precise alignment.
  • Weather Adjustments: Some systems can adjust panel orientation during inclement weather to mitigate losses.
  • Remote Monitoring: Allows for remote management and monitoring of system performance and adjustments.


  • Maximized Energy Production: Tracks the sun's path for optimal exposure, increasing energy output.
  • Higher Efficiency: Significantly more efficient than fixed-tilt systems, especially in locations with varying sun angles.
  • Adaptable: Suitable for locations with high solar resource variability or where space is limited for large-scale installations.
  • Long-Term Benefits: Potential for increased return on investment (ROI) due to enhanced energy production over the system's lifetime.
  • Technological Innovation: Showcases advanced solar tracking technology and its application in renewable energy systems.

Installation Considerations

  • Site Assessment: Detailed evaluation of solar irradiance, topography, and environmental factors.
  • Orientation Optimization: Calculating optimal tracking angles based on location and local solar conditions.
  • Permitting and Regulations: Compliance with local building codes, environmental regulations, and utility requirements.
  • Maintenance Planning: Establishing a maintenance schedule for tracking mechanisms and electronics to ensure optimal performance.
  • Financial Analysis: Conducting a cost-benefit analysis to determine ROI and financial feasibility over the system's lifespan.

Use Cases

  • Large-Scale Solar Farms: Utilized in utility-scale solar projects to maximize energy production and grid integration.
  • Commercial Installations: Deployed by businesses seeking to offset energy costs and reduce carbon footprint.
  • Research Facilities: Applied in research and development for testing and advancing solar tracking technology.
  • Remote Applications: Used in off-grid locations to provide reliable and efficient solar power solutions.
  • Emerging Markets: Implemented in regions with high solar potential to harness renewable energy resources effectively.

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