SF7, the 2P solar tracker

The SF7 is the most advanced two-in-portrait (2P) vertical tracker on the market. Its design is the result of continuous innovation and the commitment to offer a high quality product. Like the SFOne, the SF7 tracker is self-powered thanks to its dedicated module, which translates into a lower cost operating power supply and faster start-up than with other solar trackers.

Producto SF7 de Soltec

The Soltec 2P solar tracker

Its high yield per hectare makes the SF7 and SF7 Bifacial the ideal solar tracker for large-scale projects. It has a production density that exceeds that of other trackers by more than 5%, thanks to 6% more backtracking gain.

It has 46% fewer batteries per MW, 15% fewer parts and another 15% fewer screws per battery. Likewise, its installation period is very short, which allows optimizing construction time and labor, aspects that enable a significant reduction in the final cost of installation and an increase in the installed MW rate.

In addition, the ability of the bifacial modules to capture energy on both the front and rear faces allows 30% more efficiency to be achieved thanks to their ability to capture the radiation reflected by the ground surface under and around the tracker.


Discover why the SF7 is the ideal solar tracker for large-scale projects.

Proyecto fotovoltaico

Dy-WIND: Wind? No problem

Dy-WIND is the most advanced design methodology for solar trackers. Wind will not be a problem thanks to this technology implemented by Soltec and certified by RWDI and CPP WIND.

The Dy-WIND methodology also features the self-stow system to adopt the safest position autonomously in strong wind episodes.

TeamTrack™: zero shadows, maximum energy

A solar plant that works as a team to maximize the production of the panels avoiding any shading. A complete control system that includes asymmetrical backtraking, diffuse booster and weather control.

Diffuse Booster: diffuse radiation also counts

This algorithm implemented by Soltec allows you to maximize the performance of your solar plant also when it is cloudy and capture up to 5.2% more energy.

This tracking algorithm allows you to adjust the panels in such a way that you can take advantage of all the diffuse radiation scattered among the clouds and increase solar generation even on cloudy days.