Polysun Designer - Solar Heat & Power Software
Design software for solar energy systems of unmatched flexibility. Design building-integrated energy concepts freely, using more than 700 templates available at your fingertips for uses such as process heat, large solar thermal energy installations with feed-in, power-to-heat, power-to-cool. The software also offers detailed reports and many optimizing possibilities.
Polysun Designer Solar Heat & Power lets you combine photovoltaics with air-to-water heat pumps or electric resistance heaters to model integrated systems of cross-sector energy use (power-to-heat, power-to-cool, e-mobility) in a single, dynamic simulation. Additionally, Polysun Designer Solar Heat & Power includes templates for a variety of uses such as residential buildings, hotels, manufacturing, process heat or large-scale solar thermal energy installations with feed-in and more.
Our easy-to-use graphical user interface allows you to freely combine and connect all types of components to put an energetic system together. Components such as solar thermal collectors, air-to-water heat pumps, conventional heating technology, thermal short term and seasonal storage, thermal consumers of domestic hot water, heating, swimming pools and process heat, PVT collectors, photovoltaic modules, inverters, batteries, electric power load profiles, e-mobility and many more.
Polysun Designer Solar Heat & Power offers you a full range of evaluation and optimizing possibilities using yearly and monthly results, hourly values, simulation time steps, technical reports and a calculation of profitability.
Polysun Designer Solar Heat & Power allows for a completely free setting of controllers.
New templates for PV plus electric resistance heaters allow you to use self-produced (electrical) energy for heating the buffer tank when the feed-in tariff is too low or there is a risk of curtailment. The electric resistance heaters can use that excess energy either gradually or in three performance steps.
New templates for PV plus air-to-water heat pumps allow you to use self-produced (electrical) energy for heating the buffer tank when the feed-in tariff is too low or there is a risk of curtailment. The heat pump is then controlled via the Smart Grid Ready interface.
The new system comparison lets you compare the technical and economical potential of different system configurations at a glance.
Another new feature: Use a freely programmable data logger or a pre-configured heat meter to create balances at any given location of the system.