To do this, open the created project and then select the Design the System tab. Next, we choose whether we create a visualization using sloping roof photo perspective of the object or aerial view using Google Maps. Aerial view is an
I added panels to the previously prepared mesh in the visualization, but I cannot save the project. The following information is displayed: “Generate panel before before you start editing their layout”.
Information displayed by the application when we want to save the project. Most likely, the project has another surface drawn on which no panel has been generated. You should go back to the Draw areas step and delete the unnecessary surface. Returning
Can I create a project using more than one photo of the roof slope? Will the program count the number and power of panels?
Using the EasySolar application, you can add e.g. three visualizations for three different directions of the house roof. If, for example, three visualizations are added, the program automatically counts the power and number of panels that have been prepared.
Instructions of designing PV panels on the example of a sloping roof based on a photo of the building.
Instructions of designing PV panels on the example of a sloping roof based on a photo of the building. 1. Create new project and then choose Create new design on: Sloping roof photo: 2. Select the photo on which you make the
Depending on changes in the azimuth and angle of inclination of the panels are presented in the following instructions. 1. Change in total annual production depending on the azimuth change. The reference production level is the total annual production with the azimuth
Instructions for determining the perspective grid on the visualization, depending on the roof on which we prepare the project.
In this case, creating a perspective depends primarily on the shape of the roof on which the installation is designed.In the instruction below, we present our propositions of perspectives depending on the type of roof we are working on. 1. Triangular
The minimum distance between rows of PV panels when placed on the ground in an open space or on a flat roof is important to avoid the shading effect. The choice of this distance is closely related to our geographic location,