DIY Solar Tracker - Save hundreds of dollars and build your own with easy to find parts and easy to follow dual axis solar tracker plans - PDF and video instructions included.
Double the efficiency of your solar panels by automatically positioning them to always receive maximum energy from the sun. A more efficient solar system means you can reduce the area of solar panels needed for the same amount of electrical output.
A smaller smaller panel array also means less money spent on other components such as the inverter you need to convert DC electricity into AC electricity for your home use.
So, a DIY solar tracker can save you money from the start of your installation and increase your savings over time.
Commercial solar trackers are expensive and it takes a lot of money savings in solar electricity generated to save the amount you pay for a commercial solar tracker. Buld your own for a fraction of the cost of a high quality solar tracker and do your own simple repairs if needed.
However, using high quality parts, you may not need to service your tracker for many years. These DIY Solar Tracker plans show you what the best parts are to use for dependability and reliability.
If you build your own DIY solar tracker, it's a different story. You can build your own dual axis tracker with easy to get parts for a fraction of the cost of buying one.
Because it won't cost you much to build your own solar tracker, you'll get your investment in the solar tracker parts back quickly in energy savings and you will have a more efficient solar system.
A dual axis solar tracker makes your solar panels most effective when a stationary system would be least effective.
A solar system connected to the grid can put energy back into the grid at peak usage times, putting money in your pocket and saving you even more.
A smaller panel array also means less money spent on other components such as the inverter you need to convert DC electricity into AC electricity for your home use.
Get the money invested in a DIY solar tracker back in a couple of months compared to a few years if you buy a commercially made solar tracker.
Another issue with commercial solar trackers is reliability. If it breaks down, it's going to be expensive for you to fix.
Building your own solar tracker means you can bypass the high cost of parts and maintenance. The solar tracker plans offered here are easy to build and that means it's also easy to fix and maintain.
Also, if your solar tracker needs maintenance, your system will still produce electricity but it will act as a stationary solar panel setup.
Detailed descriptions and measurements with videos and written instructions. How to assemble the solar tracker and where to get the parts you need at rock-bottom prices.
The kit includes a list of the tools you need and parts to use that will make your solar tracker last for years - no hassles with trying to get warranty or expensive parts from a solar tracker supplier.
Also included with these solar tracker plans are safety issues to be aware of when constructing the tracker and installing your tracking unit. You will also learn how to easily change the broken glass on a solar panel and how to choose batteries for your system
This DIY solar tracking guide was designed for people who don't have experience with solar power generation.
A good quality commercial tracker can cost thousands of dollars. A cheap one will just give you headaches and can cost you money instead of saving you money.
Building your own DIY solar tracker with high quality, easy to get parts can cost you less than $500 and last for years. The tracker will use just a minimal amount of energy since it is only activated for a few minutes each day.
This DIY solar tracker package comes with a 100% satisfaction, money back guarantee for 60 days. You can't lose! If you don't like it, you get your money back - no questions asked.
Save money and produce more energy - A DIY Solar Tracker can increase efficiency over 50%.
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