STR-32G Sun Trackers

  • Double arm Sun tracker
  • High torque and load (60Nm/60Kg)
  • GPS for easy and accurate set up by automatic retrieval of position and time (GPS)
  • Standard Integrated Sun sensor
  • Power consumption less than 20W
  • RS-232 serial interface for position control
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The heavy duty Sun Tracker STR-32G completes the extensive EKO Sun Tracker range and is capable to take the highest load without compromizing the STR typical high precision and performance. Similar to the STR-21G/22G it comes with fully automated set up procedure through a GPS receiver providing increased reliability and enhanced functionality. 

Although it has 4 times a higher capacity load the size didn't change. The most compact heavy duty sun trackers are perfectly suited to support all kinds of Global, Diffuse and Direct Radiation measurement sensors and spectroradiometers. Besides the standard EKO sensor mounts various mountings are available. 

From sunrise to sunset the compact EKO Sun-Tracker guarantees accurate sun tracking and pointing of the attached solar sensors ...

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  Specifications STR-32G
  Arms 2
  Pointing accuracy Solar elevation: 0 to 87° < 0.01 °
  Angle resolution 0.0036 °
  Rotation angle Zenith -15 - 95 °
  Rotation angle Azimuth 0 - 360 °
Torque 60 Nm
Payload Balanced 60 kg
  Sun sensor FOV 30 °
  Ingress protection IP 65
  Operating temperature range -40 - 50 °C
  Communication RS-422 / 232C
  Power consumption < 20 W
  Power supply 21 to 31 VDC / 25W
  Power supply (Power Adapter) 100 to 240 VAC / 30W
  Dimensions (mm) 430 (W) x 380 (L) x 249 (H)
Weight 15 kg
  Motor Stepper motor
  Driving technology Harmonic drive®
  Tracking mode Solar postion / Free positioning
  Cable length 10 m
  Options

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STR-21G
STR-22G

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