Solar FlexRack to preview new 2.0 tracking system at Intersolar

https://www.solarpowerworldonline.com/2017/07/solar-flexrack-preview-new-2-0-tracking-system-intersolar/

Solar FlexRack, a division of Northern States Metals, will preview its new TDP 2.0 Turnkey Tracker at Intersolar N.A, July 11-13. The TDP Tracker’s new advanced design, BalanceTrac, increases solar power systems’ energy yields and reduces installation risks and costs. Bundled with industry-leading project support services for commercial and utility-scale solar installations, Solar FlexRack’s next-generation solar tracker solution offers more modules per row, greater rotational range, lower parts count and more granular programmable technology to mitigate inclement climatic conditions. These are just a few of the design features that translate to simpler, faster installation time and cost-savings across a solar project budget.

The TDP Trackers’ efficient design, with low part count and ease in modules installation, accelerates project implementation time, and safeguards solar modules by avoiding the need to apply pressure that could lead to module microcracks, cell string ribbon disconnection or frame breakage.

Steve Daniel, EVP of Solar FlexRack said, “With a powerful reputation for reliable, robust technology, and best-in-the-business engineering and support services, Solar FlexRack has upgraded our full service tracker solution for greater flexibility in our product line.”

Exhibiting at Booth No. 9617 of the Intersolar Exhibition Hall at Moscone West, the Solar FlexRack team is available to schedule private previews and offer a more in-depth overview of the new TDP 2.0 Tracker with BalanceTrac.

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