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Limitación a 7500 modulos ?? . Por que ?


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hola buenas:

Después de hacer numerosas instalaciones de Autoconsumo de potencias entre 5kWp y 200kWp, todo muy bien.

Pero he tenido que diseñar una Planta fotovoltaica de 5MWp y resulta que me pone una limitación de 7500 modulos en el proyecto. Adjunto pantallazo.

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Esto me ha obligado a dividir mi Instalación fotovoltaica en 2 proyectos de PVsol, con 2 instalaciones de 2,5MWp cada una.  Con el consecuente problema de que tengo 2 informes, en lugar de tener todo integrado en 1 solo

Porque sucede esto ??  Hay manera de hacer una planta con  mas placas ?

saludos y gracias de antemano

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Hi Fernando del Pozo,

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There is a limit of up to 7,500 modules mounted and up to 10,000 modules roof-parallel applying to a single 3D project.

However, in 2D there is a limit up to 100,000 per array. You can use the 2D editor for your project to get the results in one presentation document.

The 3D modeling and the detailed shadow simulation are unfortunately not included in the 2D part. But these can often be calculated in a version of the project with fewer modules and transferred to the 2D system as a percentage shading factor.

Kind regards

Mikio

 

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