Network Manager for Solar Trackers
Albuquerque, NM August 12, 2013
P4Q’s Suntrack, the largest line of solar tracker controllers, has created a Network Manager to use with their AC Suntrackpro or DC Suntrackpro Lite controllers. The product is a simple way to manage sensors such as wind meters, master clock or other resources for a field of trackers.
P4Q to Open Solar Electronics Factory
SANTA FE, New Mexico (September 12, 2012) – P4Q USA, Inc. the world’s largest supplier of solar tracking controllers is locating its North American headquarters and production facility to Albuquerque, NM, which will support its solar, lighting and train business divisions. The facility will include a state-of-the-art surface mount technology assembly line that will make both products for P4Q USA and components for their clients on a contract basis.
New Solar Tracking Controller for More Power
Santa Fe, New Mexico (March 15, 2011) - Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) troughs, towers, and Stirling engines can now create more power due to P4Q Electronics' new Suntrack 32H solar tracking controller. CSP devices depend upon the accuracy of a controller in order to keep the sun on their pipes that create steam to move turbines. The Suntrack 32H follows the sun using the most accurate algorithm available.
New Heliostat Calibration System from P4Q Electronics
Solar towers can be more efficient than ever. P4Q Electronics announces a new improved system, called Heliostat Calibration, which automatically calibrates entire heliostat fields to ensure the most light as possible bounces from the field of heliostats to the tower creating the most electricity possible. This software comes with the purchase of P4Q’s Suntrackpro products and BCB-Informática y Control’s Machine Vision.
“There is a large demand to implement solar tower solutions over the next few years.” says Aitor Alapont Suntrackpro Product Manager, “As the number one solar tracking controller vendor we need to continuously add value to our products. By deploying our Heliostat Calibration system we increase the efficiency of a tower field. When people are paying millions if not billions of dollars, this efficiency is critical for the electric company, financiers and implementers.”