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SINGLE AXIS TRACKING TILTED OR N-S AXIS


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Hi,

I am new with PVsyst. I have lots of doubt regarding orientations & near shadings

can you send me step by step tutorial for given example.

I want to do simulation with single axis tracker n-s axis row to row 5 mtr pitch. module and inverter any.

please explain orientation & near shading, backtracking.

my tracker size is 12 rows with 40 modules.

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In the Orientation part, you choose "Tracking, tilted or horizontal tracking axis".

If your trackers are horizontal, you set "Axis tilt" = 0.

You can check "Backtracking" if you want to use this strategy.

You define your system (array with PV moudles and inverter(s).

Then in the "Near shadings" 3D editor, you create your array by choosing "Object > New > Tracking PV planes", and you define the same parameters as in the "Orientation part.

You can follow the tutorial present in the software (just below the "Help" in the menu), especially the part dealing with the shadings scene construction. This doesn't concern a tracking system, but the principles are the same.

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Thanks for your best reply.

Can you tell me at which location i have to enter my

row to row pitch? In backtracking what is pitch & coll. width shows.

In near shadings i have to draw all modules?? or tracker blocks?? because for 125MW plant contains lots of trackers. please give detailed explanation.

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Thanks for your best reply.

Can you tell me at which location i have to enter my

row to row pitch? In backtracking what is pitch & coll. width shows.

In near shadings i have to draw all modules?? or tracker blocks?? because for 125MW plant contains lots of trackers. please give detailed explanation.

 

Can anyone explain this?? I too have similar issues.

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