Large-scale solar plants located on regular land are gradually scaling down, while some of solar plants set up on irregular lands cannot always fully utilize their capabilities. To meet this challenge, Arctech Solar launched its innovative Skyline tracking system.
Compared with regular single row tracking systems, Skyline is a flexible and cost-effective solution for PV plants, especially for projects on irregular land, and bring significant economic value to investors. Skyline has six key features:
New, lighter and lower cost specially designed torque tube, easy to installWith a specially designed torque tube, Skyline can greatly improve installation efficiency and reduce installation costs
Strong wind-resistance With the specially designed torque tube and one module with a portrait design, Skyline has high-resistance to high wind loads
Single button debuggingWith just one button, Skyline can greatly improve work efficiency and reduce the workload of debugging on-site
LoRa-wireless communication: long range, lower power consumptionEquipped with the latest communication technology--LoRa Wireless, Skyline has lower consumption and larger coverage range (8km) to keep the signal stable under various climate conditions
Industrial record 20% N-S slopeSkyline adapts to 20% N-S slope, equivalent to 11.3 degrees, which is the largest N-S slope ever in the tracker industry
String-powered system with back-up Li-ion batteryThere is no need for auxiliary power as the motor is powered by a string of solar module. Plus, the back-up Li-ion battery can be used to bring the tracker to the safety position when needed
As of now, Arctech Solar's cumulative order of Skyline has already reached over 500MWp in Mexico and Vietnam.