Xiamen, China based Antaisolar, a leading supplier of PV mounting systems, celebrated its 15th anniversary by launching its latest SPACE solar tracker at SNEC 2021 in Shanghai. The firm claims that its new launch is the world’s longest 1P independent single-axis tracking system that can be extended to more than 4 strings, maximum 240m in length. That can deliver upto 18% solar mounting system cost reduction, it claims, making it a great choice for large scale solar plant in flat terrain and matches better for cleaning robots.
The key features of the new tracker include:
1: Unique Multi-point Drive that could solve the instability problem under extreme weather.
2: Unique drive through electric synchronously
This reduces labor costs, by making installation and maintainance easier, according to Antai.
3: Unique Brushless Direct Current Motor
The firm claims the industry’s first BLDC system with a more than 30 years’ maintenance-free serviced life.
4: AI Tracking Mode
Massive data analysis of weather, terrain, scattered light conditions, together with the deep machine learning method to generate the optimized tracking path, increasing power generation by 10% compared with the conventional tracking.
5: ANTAI SPACE CLOUD Monitoring O&M system
The cloud monitoring system can provide a monitoring service globally on both O&M and system protection.
6: Smart Commissioning
ANTAI’s unique Smart Commissioning ensures system can be fast located and operated via smart phone QR code scanning.
“At the beginning phase of R&D for SPACE, Antaisolar has paid attention to the application trend of mainstream large-format module. All products of Antaisolar solar tracker have completed the CPP wind test report. SPACE is just one of them,” said Amy Kou, Vice General Manager of Antaisolar.
Antaisolar, established in 2006, has has focused on Solar Mounting & Tracking System with over 800 employees including a R&D team composed of 80 specialists. Antaisolar has over 20 branches and offices worldwide.
The firm claims cumulative solar racking shipments of 15GW till now and the no1 ranking by exports to Japan, besides a strong presence in Australia and Vietnam too.
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