Weirdly your questions are nonsensical since I do store and stack my solar panels, as I pointed out.Please show me your tracked solar system.
How you deal with love voltage on roll up/expand, deal with abrasion and still manage to have a structure thats stout enough to be theft resistant like the vault is.
I guess I don’t know jack about solar. They say to be an expert you have to do something 10,000 times. Well in my case we’ve crested 6x that amount. Thats roof mount, sliding cover, patio covers, pivoting flex decks, car ports, sky tracking arrays, and center pivot utility scale arrays.
Yes, because solar cells are never arranged in different shapes. *sigh*the tesla solar roof has plenty of issues as is.
Its also not designed to move and the tiles themselves would never fit in the track and if they somehow did the “canister” area they would roll up into would have to be enormous.
Weirdly your questions are nonsensical since I do store and stack my solar panels, as I pointed out.
You don't put the solar where they rub. Why would you do that? It's nonsensical.
Why would you care about voltage when you're rolling it up or down? You have two choices: Electronically unplug it when it's rolled up partially (which is what Tesla uses for their breakers in the car already) or balance the voltage across each slat. I'd probably choose that latter, since it would mean that shadows bottom to top would have less impact. It's statements like these that make me think you don't actually know anything about solar.
And your statement about theft is also nonsensical. Are they going to pry the cells off the metal slats?
And I never claimed to be an expert, but I've built my own arrays multiple times, tho it's just easier to buy pre-made panels. Solar is hard to optimize, but also very forgiving when you mismatch things. Especially using MPPT controllers vs PWM. And even the latter is just dumb simple as schematics go.
Yes, because solar cells are never arranged in different shapes. *sigh*
This all said, I don't think Tesla will do it because it's not an Elon priority, alas.
My dude, I'ma need a tube after about 100 miles...No pee tube needed. Even if it has a theoretical 500 mile range, the actual range will more likely be 450 or less at highway speeds. You will not wait to fill up until 0 miles and you won't charge to 100%. So a more realistic range between charges would be around 330 miles. So roughly 4-4.5 hours of driving between stops. If you are towing then cut that in half.