Higher precision


Both are dual-axis trackers specially designed for HCPV technology. Compared to Titan’s previous trackers, the structure of the trackers and supporting boards are stiffer, with a lower deformation.

The two boards of the trackers are now moved by a single drive unit in the elevation movement, which is important for HCPV, as the panels must be oriented toward the sun with high precision. The azimuth drive is located in the outer sides, allowing tracking of the sun with a continuous movement, without thousands of starts and stops like other trackers.


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