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Hands-On Automated Controls Training System
BISS (Industrial Training University)
Look here2011-04-02 15:52:02 by technerd
The applications for linear motors and linear actuators overlap, so maybe you can use a linear actuator
The latest issue of the catalog from American Science and Surplus, also found at , has a few linear actuators, but they are 12 volt, and cheap.
Similar, more expensive, units are found at the surplus giant Herbach and Rademan who have an online catalog
Personally, I would order by mail, rather than drive anywhere in S.F.
Your grid tie inverter2006-11-07 17:40:58 by solarmandotorg
From what i gathered from google, your inverter probably does use MPPT (maximum power point tracking).. read your manual and make sure though.
like i said, seasonal tilt makes a huge difference. you have about 3 times the panels i do. i leave mine in place but i can move them in about 10 minutes and that includes dragging the ladder out.
you could even set up some linear actuators to move them up and down. these are the things that swung the huge satellite dishes back in the 70' and 80s.. little moter with a long bolt that spins a nut up and down a pipe.. a tiny motor can really move something like that
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