ATI’s new DuraTrack HZ v3 earns UL 3703 certification

Array TechnologiesArray Technologies, Inc. (ATI), a leading manufacturer of solar tracking systems, announced that its new DuraTrack HZ v3 single-axis solar tracking system has earned UL 3703 certification.

“Our team is incredibly proud to have received official UL certification on our v3 system,” said John Williamson, ATI’s director of engineering. “We greatly enjoyed working alongside the group at UL to complete their rigorous testing regimen and confirm version three’s unparalleled safety and reliability features.”

Upon completion of extensive testing, UL confirms that ATI’s third generation tracker has passed stringent requirements for solar tracker certification according to UL standard 3703. DuraTrack HZ v3 passed several rigorous tests, including UL 2703 testing for grounding/bonding, humidity and temperature cycling, rain tests and safety testing for electromechanical systems.

The certification represents an important milestone for the innovative product as the company kicks-off major deployment to utility-scale projects across the US.

ATI’s recently launched DuraTrack HZ v3 builds on the company’s 3 GW of design and manufacturing experience. The new tracking system boasts a 6% power density advantage, significant installation efficiencies, the industry’s highest reliability and zero scheduled maintenance over the 30-year life of the product. V3 is a groundbreaking design built to deliver the best levelized cost of electricity.

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