|Industrial 60kW 135kW 250kW|
|Commercial 200kW 200kW 225kW|
|Factory 250kW 500kW 500kW|
|Municipal 10kW 30kW 100kW 240kW|
|Farm 10kW 100kW 250kW|
|Rural 10kW 70kW 100kW 470kW|
|Utility 4kW 7.8kW 100kW|
|Tracker 10kW 50kW 140kW|
|Education 10kW 10kW 74kW 75kW|
|Schoolboard Big Green Board|
|Retail 2.4kW 7kW 10kW 150kW|
|Residential 5kW 6kW 10kW 250kW|
|Net Metered 10kW|
|Solar Thermal 2kW 4kW 75kW|
Actual Output and Status
A utility meter will provide a monthly report of total energy generated. However, unless you regularly read the meter and manually plot the output, it will be difficult to determine how well the system is working. If a problem occurs, the first indication of lost revenue may be a low utility payment months later. By communicating over the internet through your computer or mobile device, you will always know how your system is performing. Check actual output at any time.
On a day of full sun, the system should reach maximum capacity. Use the peak recorder, standard on all systems, to determine if the expected output was reached. For more detailed performance calculations, add the optional WeatherTrak™ power/irradiance plotter. A visual indicator alerts you of an alarm condition needing your attention. Use the ANALYZER tools to get more information for fixing the cause.
Check Revenues Every Day
Receive an email of your daily, weekly and lifetime revenues each evening. Visit the energy portal any time for detailed analysis of performance. Create reports from screen captures or download data into a spreadsheet for more detailed analysis.
Study Seasonal Patterns
Select energy graphs for different time periods to evaluate daily and seasonal variation. Spot conditions needing attention like low output in winter that could indicate snow coverage.
Energy Equivalent Savings
Learn about the savings of common fossil fuel equivalents your system is achieving by converting solar energy to grid electricity. Select any time period to get an appreciation of the sustainable impact you are making.