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How to place modules onto imported object


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Hi AbiD,

the import is not the problem. You have to draw areas onto your imported 3D-model where PV*SOL is allowed to place PV-modules.

This can be done either manually via

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or automagically via right click onto the model, then edit. After determining the mounting surface automatically you should be able to place modules onto those areas after activating via another right click

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Don't forget to draw barred areas after activating those newly created areas to avoid placing modules into other objects like chimneys and so on...

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I hope this helps for starters.

Best regards,
Frederik

P.S.: I did rename the thread since this is no error regarding PV*SOL.

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