Solar Tracker An Industry First Move

Arctech Solar’s SkySmart-2 is heralded as the industry's first independent single-axis tracking system that employs multiple fans driving up to 120 solar modules. Allegedly, it can solve the instability problem of a regular 2P (two modules in portrait) tracking system and provide better stability for PV plant in extreme weather conditions.

Compared to standard independent tracking systems currently in the market, SkySmart-2 is a robust and cost-effective solution for the PV plant. Features include:

  • Enhanced wind-resistance capability
  • The industrial N-S slope record 20%
  • A good match of bifacial modules
  • Fewer foundations
  • Lower cost
  • Compatible with 1500V systems
  • AI controller Integration
  • LoRa-wireless communication

For more details, visit Arctech Solar.

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