Solarkules is a simple and inexpensive way to track solar panels to the sun.
Instead of complex rotary bearings and motors, two commercially available linear drives and a universal joint are used.
The process is patent pending. Since metal construction is not our core competence, we are looking for partners.
- Small footprint, the property can continue to be used
- Optimum, consistent yield of solar energy throughout the day
- Inexpensive due to the use of commercially available components
- Protection of the solar modules by automatic horizontal positioning in storms
- No unnecessary movements due to astronomically controlled programming
- Independent cleaning of the solar modules by changing the angle of inclination
The working prototype, still without solar modules.
Only the four identical joints of the linear drives were manufactured in-house, all other components are inexpensive "off the peg".
This is how the energy transition works
Managing Director: Armin Happel
34613 Schwalmstadt, Germany
Registered office: Landgraf-Karl-Str. 21
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