Home fter your successfull login, you will be transferred to the area "Home".

Here you have all the functions to open, manage, or create a new project.

In addition, as an administrator, you have the option of populating three columns of content for your users.

Possible content could be images or links to technical documents, but also news about your products.
Projekt Step 1 You are planning a new project.
In Master Data, you store all the data that is useful for identifying the project.

The best way to determine the project address is to use Google. This ensures that we know the exact location later when determining snow and wind load and can thus automatically determine the altitude in the background, for example.

You can either use Google to determine the delivery address, take it from the project address, or simply leave it blank.
Dach Step 2 Select the desired roof shape and select the dimensions, cover and orientation. Depending on the type of roof, the number of input fields changes.

The snow and wind load are recorded in the decoded dialogs.

In the Subconstruction pane, either keep the default values or enter your values.

Depending on the coverage, the input fields in this area change.

The roof structure area is not relevant for the calculation of the roof, but serves, for example, to determine the appropriate screws with which roof hooks are mounted on the rafter.
MapDrawer Step 2 - MapDrawer Don't have data from the building?

No problem, use MapDrawer.
Here you can sign the building using satellite images or imported technical drawings.

If you are working with at least one hilsline (light blue), all objects are aligned with that guide when you draw.

For flat roofs, it is possible to import existing CAD data (DWG or DXF).

We recognize the layers they contain, and you only need to map the identified layers to the character layers in the tool.

So what is roof outline, what are interference surfaces and what level are modules.
Schneelast Step 2 - Snow Load The definition of snow and wind load is always carried out through a dialogue.

You will find some things already pre-filled.

The dialogs close automatically when all data is present.
Windlast Step 2 - Wind Load The definition of snow and wind load is always carried out through a dialogue.

You will find some things already pre-filled.

The dialogs close automatically when all data is present.
Windlast-Holland Step 2 - Wind Load in the Netherlands Depending on the project location, the appropriate dialogues for the respective country are shown. PV-Module Step 3 Select the module you want from over 60,000 modules.

Your favorites will be updated automatically.
Every time you use a module that you didn't have previously used, we'll automatically add that module to your favorites.

The list of modules can be sorted by their column headers.

In the "PV Module Selection" tab, you can view the listed modules per manufacturer.
Konstruktion Step 4 For sloping roofs, this area includes the selection of the components of the mounting system.

Depending on the pre-selected roofing, the appropriate components are listed.

If you define which components are offered by default, this speeds up the initial design enormously.

This applies to fixed and rails. Clamps are always selected automatically and appropriately to the module.

In "Module Layout Plan" you can adjust the framework conditions of the interpretation.
(distance to the edge of the roof, maximum power, separation after a certain number of modules or rows, etc.)
Anordnung Step 5 As soon as you see the roof in "Position", you know that it can be built exactly like this due to the statics of the mounting system and the manufacturer's specifications.

Modules are only placed there - or can only be placed by you where the characteristics of the selected mounting system can be detected.

The toolbar provides you with comprehensive tools for editing the design.

Anordnung - 3D Step 5 - 3D You can have your project displayed in a 3D scene.

This presentation is very helpful for your customers because your customers will see what the finished project will look like after installation.
CAD Plan Step 6 In the CAD Plan section you can see the design of the assembly system.

You can use the legend to show or hide character layers.

The layers are preserved in the export documents, even in PDFs
Statik Step 7 In the statics section, you can see the load on the assembly system.

You can use the legend to show or hide layers, for example, to display the calculated X,Y, and Z values of the loads on individual components.

The layers are preserved in the export documents, even in PDFs
E-Designer Step 8 Make the inverter design in the e-designer.

Here you can combine different consumption profiles, storage and e-mobility before the simulation.

The simulation result provides detailed results, the content and appearance of which you can customize to your liking.
Elektrik Step 9 In the area "Electric", you string the modules, analogous to the strings calculated in the inverter design.

You can draw easily, the stringing is automatically terminated whenever enough modules are connected to a string.

Cable ducts, cable trays and collection points for inverters can also be drawn here.
Ausgabe Step 10 In the output, you will first find the material list, which contains all the components that are needed for the realization of the project.

You will also find rail cuts and project documentation.

Project reports are also generated in the output. First, the report generator starts by specifying the scope of the project report.
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Home fter your successfull login, you will be transferred to the area "Home".

Here you have all the functions to open, manage, or create a new project.

In addition, as an administrator, you have the option of populating three columns of content for your users.

Possible content could be images or links to technical documents, but also news about your products.
Projekt Step 1 You are planning a new project.
In Master Data, you store all the data that is useful for identifying the project.

The best way to determine the project address is to use Google. This ensures that we know the exact location later when determining snow and wind load and can thus automatically determine the altitude in the background, for example.

You can either use Google to determine the delivery address, take it from the project address, or simply leave it blank.
Dach Step 2 Select the desired roof shape and select the dimensions, cover and orientation. Depending on the type of roof, the number of input fields changes.

The snow and wind load are recorded in the decoded dialogs.

In the Subconstruction pane, either keep the default values or enter your values.

Depending on the coverage, the input fields in this area change.

The roof structure area is not relevant for the calculation of the roof, but serves, for example, to determine the appropriate screws with which roof hooks are mounted on the rafter.
MapDrawer Step 2 - MapDrawer Don't have data from the building?

No problem, use MapDrawer.
Here you can sign the building using satellite images or imported technical drawings.

If you are working with at least one hilsline (light blue), all objects are aligned with that guide when you draw.

For flat roofs, it is possible to import existing CAD data (DWG or DXF).

We recognize the layers they contain, and you only need to map the identified layers to the character layers in the tool.

So what is roof outline, what are interference surfaces and what level are modules.
Schneelast Step 2 - Snow Load The definition of snow and wind load is always carried out through a dialogue.

You will find some things already pre-filled.

The dialogs close automatically when all data is present.
Windlast Step 2 - Wind Load The definition of snow and wind load is always carried out through a dialogue.

You will find some things already pre-filled.

The dialogs close automatically when all data is present.
Windlast-Holland Step 2 - Wind Load in the Netherlands Depending on the project location, the appropriate dialogues for the respective country are shown. PV-Module Step 3 Select the module you want from over 60,000 modules.

Your favorites will be updated automatically.
Every time you use a module that you didn't have previously used, we'll automatically add that module to your favorites.

The list of modules can be sorted by their column headers.

In the "PV Module Selection" tab, you can view the listed modules per manufacturer.
Konstruktion Step 4 Depending on the parameters required by the manufacturer during the implementation of the flat roof system in the "Construction" area, you have an influence on various options.

You may be able to determine the size and weight of the stones to be used for ballasting. If the system can also be ballasted with tubs, this function is also available.

In any case, you can control the use of the ballast type based on econimic values.
Anordnung Step 5 As soon as you see the roof in "Position", you know that it can be built exactly like this due to the statics of the mounting system and the manufacturer's specifications.

Modules are only placed there - or can only be placed by you where the characteristics of the selected mounting system can be detected.

The toolbar provides you with comprehensive tools for editing the design.

Anordnung - 3D Step 5 - 3D You can have your project displayed in a 3D scene.

This presentation is very helpful for your customers because your customers will see what the finished project will look like after installation.
CAD Plan Step 6 In the CAD Plan section you can see the design of the assembly system.

You can use the legend to show or hide character layers.

The layers are preserved in the export documents, even in PDFs
Statik Step 7 In the statics section, you can see the load on the assembly system.

You can use the legend to show or hide layers, for example, to display the calculated X,Y, and Z values of the loads on individual components.

The layers are preserved in the export documents, even in PDFs
E-Designer Step 8 Make the inverter design in the e-designer.

Here you can combine different consumption profiles, storage and e-mobility before the simulation.

The simulation result provides detailed results, the content and appearance of which you can customize to your liking.
Elektrik Step 9 In the area "Electric", you string the modules, analogous to the strings calculated in the inverter design.

You can draw easily, the stringing is automatically terminated whenever enough modules are connected to a string.

Cable ducts, cable trays and collection points for inverters can also be drawn here.
Ausgabe Step 10 In the output, you will first find the material list, which contains all the components that are needed for the realization of the project.

You will also find rail cuts and project documentation.

Project reports are also generated in the output. First, the report generator starts by specifying the scope of the project report.
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Here you will find screenshots that show the necessary steps based on the project recording

Pitched roofs: In 10 steps to the finished project

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Use screenshots to view the project planning of a pitched roof.

The screenshots show you the necessary steps and at the same time the simple procedure, to successfully and completely create a project for a pitched roof

View project design for pitches roofs

Flat roof: Fast roof design and optimal ballast layout

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Use screenshots to view the project planning of a flat roof.

The screenshots show you the necessary steps and at the same time the simple procedure, to successfully and completely create a project for a flat roof

View project design for flat roofs

Here you can find more screenshots, which provide more details on how to operaterthe Solar.Pro.Tool

2. Project

The screenshots are showing features available in the area “Project” inside Solar.Pro.Tool.

3. Roof

The screenshots are showing features available in the area “Roof” inside Solar.Pro.Tool.

5. Position

The area Position is where you are working with the layout of the modules. Also,…

6. CAD Plan & Statics

The screenshots are demonstrating the features, availbale in the area “CAD Plan” and “Statics” inside…

8. Output

The area “Output” is where you will find the Bill of Materials and where the…

9. Economy

The aera “Economy” delivers a built-in financial calculation.

Here you can find some Demo Videos, which provide more details on how to operate the Solar.Pro.Tool

MapDrawer:
Use for Pitched Roofs

MapDrawer:
Draw from Satellite Images

MapDrawer:
Redraw Technical Drawing

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MapDrawer:
CAD Import

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