Solar tracker certified: Arctracker Pro readies for U.S. market with UL certification

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Recently, the flagship product of Arctech Solar, Arctracker Pro with the world’s first invented redundancy design, obtained the first UL tracker certificates in China. Arctech Solar is also the first and the only Chinese company approved by UL. Arctracker Pro has met the UL2703 and UL3703 requirements set by UL Company after a series of strict tests and evaluations in China.

The UL Company  is a leading testing and certification institute in the US. All the tests were conducted by UL’s professional testing sites with professional testing equipment under simulated environments to examine the performance of the product under extreme climate conditions. Therefore, the certified product meets up with the international standards of UL2703 and UL3703 in mechanical strength, operational performance and numerous other aspects.

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Mr. Bruce Wang, Chief Technology Officer of Arctech Solar, indicated that the certificates were a recognition of Arctech Solar’s technical strengths.

“A good product could not have been invented without the efforts of our talented R&D team. The UL certificates confirmed Arctracker Pro’s quality and performance. This will also be a starting point for Arctracker Pro to enter the American market and to be used by American consumers. I believe the smart redundancy design will shortly be accepted by the American market and bring them more cost-efficient and intelligent solutions,” he added.

You can check out this new-to-you tracker in a few months when Arctech Solar attends the 2017 SPI tradeshow in Las Vegas, Sept. 11 – 13.

Arctech Solar has cumulatively installed 10 GW and completed almost 600 projects in more than 10 countries. With a production capacity of 6 GW and 3 GW respectively in fixed mounting structure and tracker fields (a total annual capacity of 9GW), Arctech Solar has grown into a reliable partner in the global PV tracking and racking system field.

— Solar Builder magazine

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