Designed to Drive Down LCOE
Designed for a favorable LCOE, Array STI H250 is a sought after option with a strong reputation and established presence in Europe, South America, and Africa. A proven product ideally suited for sites with irregular boundaries, highly angled blocks, or fragmented project areas, STI H250 upholds Array’s stringent standards for reliability and durability. H250 has a dual-row structure with approximately 60 photovoltaic modules per row in a vertical position (1V). This optimized configuration allows a single motor to move up to 120 modules. That engineering enables one mighty motor to deliver an incredible amount of power while still adapting to any type of layout and terrain.
Always in sync
Our solar trackers have an onboard control and communication system that brings row after row of functionality.
- High operation reliability
- Configurable alarm management
- Customizable backtracking algorithm that minimizes shadows
- Seamless integration with the plant communications system and SCADA with Modbus TCP/IP standard
- Zigbee® wireless communication system
- Remote monitoring and predictive maintenance that avoids downtime
- Commissioning and backtracking tools
It also powers itself
Once it’s set up, the motors power themselves with a little less than 3 feet of solar panels.
Want a closer look?
Explore every part of the STI-H250 with this interactive datasheet.
So easy to install, you can practically do it from here
In this experience, you’ll learn the step-by-step assembly of the dual-row solar tracker STI H250 installation process.
Installation time flies thanks to our simple structure, modular design and low learning curve. We engineered the STI H250 to fully assemble without the need for cutting, welding, or drilling. We even supply the assembly tools so that your crews can start turning bolts and stop checking measurements. We also offer a wide range of foundations that work across virtually any type of terrain while minimizing or removing the need for earth movement.
Explore a solar plant
Get behind the wheel of our virtual 4×4, take a spin around a photovoltaic solar power plant, and learn a little more about our company along the way.