This article describes the creation of a rooftop table.



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1.Choose table type10.Module spacing: the gap between modules 
10a: choose the unit
2.Drop-down list to start a new table or edit an existing one11.Table Height: height of table from the ground to the bottom of the lowest module 
11a: choose the unit
3.Table name. Has to start with a letter and no spaces are allowed 12.Table Tilt: the tilt of the table depends on latitude. The lower the latitude the lower the tilt
4.Choose orientation of modules in table

Toggle to favorite this table. When favorited, a table can also be used in other projects. To unfavorite, switch toggle back
5.Choose slope of table
Create: button to create fixed tile table
6.Drop-down list to choose module for the rooftop table

Clone: button to clone tracker table. Once cloned, make your changes to the cloned table and save them by clicking the Create button
7.String Size: modules per string

Delete: button to delete tracker table. Once deleted, the table will not show up anymore when you look for an existing table in field number 2
8.Rows per table: number of rows of modules

Reset: button to clear all inputs of the fixed tilt table
9.Modules per table: number of modules per a rooftop table

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Step by Step Guide

Create a rooftop table

  1. Go to SunDAT interface
  2. Click on the table icon
  3. Choose FTRoof to create a rooftop table
  4. Fill out the form and press Create
  5. A new window will open to show you a preview of the table. In the top right corner you find the table's dimensions. Select the unit you wish to see in the units dropdown.  

      6. Click OK on the right bottom of the screen to return to the SunDAT interface

Edit table 

        1. Select the table you wish to edit from the drop-down list (point 2)

        2. Change inputs

        3. Click the Update button

Clone table

        1. Click on the Clone button (point 15)

        2. You will find the cloned table in the drop-down list (point 2)

        3. Change inputs

        4. Click on the Create button

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