Array’s solar trackers have optimized more than 375 utility-scale projects around the world, resulting in more than 15 gigawatt years of successful operation.
The DuraTrack HZ v3 is designed to withstand the elements, without needing to stow. Its structural integrity protects systems, even during severe weather events.
Our trusted solar trackers outperform any competitor, with an unmatched field proven uptime.
A streamlined design minimizes potential failure points and unlocks best-in-class production performance.
SmarTrack optimization technology intelligently adjusts module angles in response to weather and site conditions to boot real-world power output.
The DuraTrack HZ v3 single-axis tracker is designed to withstand temperatures of -30°F to 140°F (-34°C to 60°C), and the system’s engineered simplicity minimizes failure points. This intrinsically increases reliability and performance under any conditions – even in the desert setting of the Garland facility.
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Array is the only solar tracker company with the experience, engineering, quality management, supply chain and support to provide the highest level of reliability for solar tracking systems.
“Array Technologies continues to be the tracker market’s standard for quality. We’re honored that Array trusts RPCS as their exclusive value added partner for all projects under 10 MW (ac), ensuring that system owners will recognize the Array quality through both engineering and installation.”
“It’s a great opportunity working with Array Technologies and using the DuraTrack HZ v3 system. Array’s tracker has proven reliability which was an important factor for this utility-scale project. The durability and maintenance simplicity of their product adds tremendous value to all the stakeholders.”
“Array’s unique tracker design easily accommodates changes in topography and helped achieve PNM’s goal of minimizing environmental impact by avoiding any site grading.”