The system adjusts itself exactly to the optimal angle to the sun using astronomic controls. Two sensors on the module fields outer edges ensure that no module rows behind the system are shaded during backtracking.
A linear motor operates the system, which the manufacturer says is designed for a lifetime of more than 30 years. It is very stable because of a stiff aluminum substructure and suitable for all types of modules, according to the company.
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