Dual-Axis Tracker produces the maximum efficiency of the solar PV regardless of the weather or temperature condition. With reliability and high technology of PARU’s solar structure and automatic safety control function, Dual-Axis tracker produces stable electricity throughout the year. 13 different patents and international certifications, including UL, prove PARU’s global competitiveness. PARU continues to improve and develop better quality products and an advanced technology working with PARU’s own R&D department.
Features of Dual-Axis Tracker
Suitable for the Korean landscape and climate environment
Excellent generating efficiency
Safe system operation
Technology of Dual-Axis Tracking System
PARU’s technology is acknowledged not only domestically but also globally. Based on an optimal design process. PARU develops excellent quality products and reduces risks through analyzing cases from FRACA and FEMA. PARU also runs continuous test beds to prove product reliability and operates CFD and FEA simulation to develop a safer system. 13 different patents and international certifications, including UL, prove PARU’s global competitiveness.
Dual Axis Control Mode
Automatic Safety Mode
When sun brightness is below 3,000 lux (continuously for longer than 2 hours), the tracker goes into a Safety, Horizontal, mode automatically.
Maximum Generation Efficiency
Real time tracking (Azimuth / Altitude) → Tracking the optimal irradiance angle
Altitude Angle will be changed by heavy snow (It is possible to adjust the angle(0º~45º) manually)
▲ Slew Drive
Are you familiar with the Battle of the Alamo?
As one of the most famous battles, the Battle of the Alamo was a pivotal event in San Antonio, Texas, USA. Following a 13-day siege, Mexican troops under President General Antonio López de Santa Anna launched an assault on the Alamo Mission near San Antonio de Béxar (modern-day San Antonio, Texas, United States), killing all of the Texian defenders. The Alamo was the key to the defense of Texas, and they were ready to give their lives rather than surrender their position to General Santa Anna. People worldwide continue to remember the Alamo as a heroic struggle against impossible odds — a place where men made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. For this reason, the Alamo remains hallowed ground and the Shrine of Texas Liberty.
▲ The 1836 Battle (www.thealamo.org)
▲ PARU's Dual-Axis Tracker (USA Alamo)
180 years later, 2014, a Korean leading solar PV company, PARU started one of the world’s largest solar projects with 400MW solar Tracking System (approximately $150 Million) here in this historical area. The land size of the project is 4 times bigger than Yeouido and also 1,700 times bigger than a soccer field. 400MW is enough electricity to run 400,000 households daily. PARU’s technology has been acknowledged and accepted not only domestically but also internationally. PARU’s Alamo project will be continued until 2016.