CSP Dual-Axis Slew Drive

CSP slewing driveZenithund Dual-axis slewing drive is a technology that allows solar panels to track the sun in two directions: horizontal and vertical. This can improve the power generation efficiency by increasing the exposure of the panels to the sunlight. Photothermal power generation is a process that converts solar energy into thermal energy and then into electrical energy. It usually involves a concentrator, a receiver, a heat engine, and a generator.

Dual-axis tracking system can achieve a significant energy gain of about 43.6% as compared to a fixed photovoltaic panel. It also shows that an increase of 1.6% in energy output is achieved over conventional precise dual-axis tracking system. 

Another article describes a design and realization of a dual-axis follower that uses light sensors, analog-to-digital conversion system, tracking algorithm, and single-chip microcontroller to adjust the position of the solar panel.

The Zenithund Dual-axis slewing drive system can adjust the azimuth and pitch angles at the same time, so that each reflector in the mirror field can achieve real-time and accurate sunlight tracking, thereby improving the photothermal conversion rate.

The Zenithund Dual-axis slewing drive has high positioning accuracy and can quickly restore the hysteresis accuracy in only 10 minutes every five years without downtime, greatly improving operation and maintenance efficiency and reducing the total life cycle cost of ownership. In addition, it also has an efficient worm gear adjustment mechanism, which greatly improves assembly efficiency and eliminates complex debugging links.

The Zenithund Dual-axis slewing drive can improve the power generation efficiency in photothermal power generation. Its function is to control the core component of the entire device to face the sun. It can automatically track the movement of the sun so that the photovoltaic power generation part and the solar thermal utilization part always face the sun.

The Zenithund Dual-axis slewing drive is mainly composed of a horizontal axis, a vertical axis, a control system and a driving device. It uses motor drive and controller to realize the angle adjustment of photovoltaic panels and thermal energy collectors. By accurately calculating the position of the sun, the controller can adjust the dual-axis rotation system in real time to maintain the direction perpendicular to the sun's rays to maximize the absorption of solar energy.