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  1. Hi there! What format you are using for your 3D model? Here is a document with a list of supported formats: https://www.valentin-software.com/wp-content/uploads/legacy-downloads/sonstiges/en/3d-recherche-rev-01-en.pdf I have had the best results using .dae or .obj files in the past. However, I have found 3D models to be very unreliable (invisible walls that casting shade, module areas floating mid-air after saving the file etc.) so personally I try to avoid them when ever possible. Hope this helps. Regards, Frido
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  2. Hi Jordn, in PV*SOL we always simulate years without leap day. So if you import a leap year, the leap day is filtered out so that the year can be simulated. With half-hourly values, these are the 48 values that are missing. The total energy is thus reduced by the energy consumption of that one day. If you want to keep the original total annual energy amount, you could enter that value in the annual energy field after importing the profile. Kind regards, Martin
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  3. Hallo, diese Datei ist durch 'Abspecken' einer funktionierenden Planung entstanden (Mudule und Flächen gelöscht). Wenn ich die Datei bearbeiten will (3d Planung) stürzt das Program (V1.6) ab. Gruß Wolfgang Lichwr-GgeS-14M-Kostal.pvprj
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  4. Hello Fayez, thank you for your request. It is hard to tell what exactly went wrong, but most of the times the 3D models are broken in a way PV*SOL cannot handle. Check your models before the import and try to simplify your models as far as possible. The less vertices the faster the simulation. Best regards, Frederik
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  5. Hi Yash, please refer to this thread: Your file uses SPACE characters instead of TAB characters at the marked spots: I hope this helps! Best regards, Frederik
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  6. Hi Marcel, hi Vishnu, as Vishnu already pointed out, there is no undo feature right now in PV*SOL. And yes, we are really aware of how urgent the users of our software want it. We have it on our list, and we will definetely implement it in the future. But I can't give a date for it right now, I am afraid. Kind regards, Martin
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  7. http://www.valentin-software.com/services/fw/yt-val-en/dl-pvsolprem-en [Transkript] In this tutorial you will learn how to use photo matching to model your building with SketchUp and use it in PV*SOL premium. "You will need: - Two Pictures of the building you like to model - SketchUp Make or Pro - PV*SOL premium 2018" The pictures should be taken at a 45° angle from two opposite corners. Next we create a folder structure containing our project data. Create a new folder, rename it and create three subfolders "Models", "Images" and "Exports".
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