As a new feature, data gathered from the PV forum come in as an additional source for the compilation of PV-module catalogues. The database currently includes 69,638 current modules as well as 67,398 historical modules available for reference calculations.
Data import from building simulations
If a detailed simulation of a building’s heating requirements is available, Polysun enables you to import it into the software at the touch of a button. Monthly data are imported from the building’s simulation for Polysun to calculate and identify a realistic short-term behaviour while ensuring that annual and monthly balances exactly match the externally calculated values.
Password protection and storage of user-created templates
Parametrization and detailed simulation data
The “Log and Parametrize“-feature was substantially improved. As a new feature, Polysun now enables the user to introduce variations through a wide range of locations and user-defined catalogue entries. For example, the user can now introduce an automatic variation of stratified storage tanks by altering their volumes. In addition to that, the full component results are now stored on the hard-disk together with monthly values and min./max. values. Besides that, the “Logging“ feature remains an indispensable tool to keep track of the individual switching functions with down-to-the-second accuracy over a short time-scale.
Polysun 8.1 – What’s new
- New templates for solar house systems
- Power-to-Heat templates
- Hybrid collector templates
- Storage of user-created templates on Designer
- Street lighting templates (off-grid systems)
- New assortment of standard schemes
- Password function for components
- DC networks
- Consumption profiles for heat pumps
- Revised pool model
- Revised building model
- 137,036 PV modules (69,638 current and 67,398 historical modules)
- 1,283 inverters
- 5 new batteries
- 175 new solar thermal collectors (Solar Keymark)
- 23 new heat pumps
- New templates for Viessmann, Solvis, Thermic Energy, Solarbayer and many others