Solar driven cooling - Solarus
The Solarus PowerCollector™ is a concentrating, hybrid solar photovoltaic and solar thermal panel. Concentrating means that it has a curved mirror to collect and reflect more sunlight throughout the day. Hybrid means that it combines solar photovoltaic (PV) generation of electricity with solar thermal (T) generation heat.
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Solar driven cooling

For solar driven cooling Solarus PowerCollectors are combined together with Solarus thermal collectors. Temperatures around 60-70 ⁰C are required for adsorption cooling. PowerCollectors pre-heat the tank while the tank temperature is boosted up with highly efficient Solarus thermal collectors. An additional auxiliary source is added to the tank to maintain the tank temperatures when no sun is available.

  1. Solarus PowerCollectors with mounting
  2. Solarus thermal collectors with mounting
  3. Solar pump station
  4. Solar pre-heating tank with one heat exchanger
  5. Auxiliary heater
  6. Thermal loop controller
  7. Data logger
  8. Expansion vessel
  9. Flow meter
  10. T-pierce sensor
  11. Air vent
  12. Flow regulation valve
  13. Strainer/filter
  14. Ethernet port
  15. Ball valve
  16. Adsorption chiller
  17. Fan coil unit
  18. Recooler
  19. 3-way valve
  20. Room thermostat
  21. Circulation pumperature sensor