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Alfredo
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Hi Alfredo,

 

thank you for your question. In the new version (2017 R6, will be published in the next weeks) we will have new pictures in order to make the tracking options and angles clearer. The angles are defined as follows:

 

Single North-South Axis

Tracking 1axis NS.png

 

Rotation axis incline: The rotation axis (marked with little red dotted circle) is located on the north-south plane. 0° would be vertical, 90° horizontal.

Rotational angle of opening: If entered 160°, the module can rotate by 80° to each side around the rotation axis.

 

Single East-West Axis

 

Tracking 1axis EW.png

 

Rotation axis incline: The rotation axis (marked with little red dotted circle) is located on the east-west plane. 0° would be horizontal, 90° vertical.

Rotational angle of opening: If entered 160°, the module can rotate by 80° to each side around the rotation axis.

 

Single Vertical Rotation Axis

 

Tracking 1axis vertical.png

 

Inclination: The module has a fix inclination angle that you can choose. The rotation axis is vertical.

Azimuth angle of opening: If entered 200°, the module can rotate by 100° to each side (east and west) around the rotation axis.

 

Dual Axis

 

Tracking 2axis.png

 

Maximum Inclination: The maximum angle the module can rotate to. 0° is horizontal, 90° will be vertical.

Azimuth angle of opening: If entered 200°, the module can rotate by 100° to each side (east and west).

 

 

I hope this helps a little to clarify the different tracking options and their angles.

 

Kind regards,

Martin

 

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