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SZNA - Test

PV-Therm System Combined Heat and Power

Osgood, IN

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1 Therm = 100,000 BTU = 29.3 kWh
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First Thermal Data Point 4-11-2014
First PV Data Point 7-5-2013

SZNA-Test DL2

Installed by Solar Zentrum

First Thermal Data Point 4-11-2014
First PV Data Point 7-5-2014

PV Data Provided By TIGO Energy


Commercial closed loop system with PVT panels which produce solar energy in the form of electricity as well as hot water.

Site contains:

  • 12 Wiosun PV-Therm 200 Collectors. SRCC#:2012040A
  • Gross Area of collectors - 168 sq. ft (15.696 sq. m)
  • Collector Tilt Angle - 49 degrees
  • 50% Heat Transter fluid - Dynalene Solar Glycol XT (-17°F to 350°F) made from sustainable, bio-based raw materials
  • Open Storage Tank with a 220 gallon capacity
  • PAW FlowCon Max Evolution II pump station
  • RESOL DeltaSol BS Plus controller
  • RESOL WMZ-Kit
  • Inverter Diehl Controls 4301S-A
  • Tigo Energy Maximizer and MMU
  • Solar-Trac - Flexible Corrugated Stainless Steel insulated supply and return lines from OmegaFlex
  • RESOL Datalogger DL2 powered by SolarWave
  • collector azimuth 180 degrees (true south)
  • 12 panels 200 watts each (total 2.4 KW)
  • Rated Power Output: 11 kW

Solar Zentrum North America building.

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First Thermal Data Point 4-11-2014
First PV Data Point 7-5-2013

Values based on 14 cents per kWh