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RIT AMSAT Fox-2 Maximum Power Point Tracker Time-Lapse

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Published on Jul 28, 2013

A time-lapse video of the first of two Maximum Power Point Tracker channels being populated by the Rochester Institute of Technology senior design ground P13271. The prototype maximum power point tracker used to optimize the power output of the solar panels on the amateur radio Fox-2 satellite was developed in this senior design project. This time-lapse only shows one side being brought up for the first time, including initial testing and represents 13,739 images taken every 5 seconds by a GoPro HD Hero resulting in a 2.5 minute video showing 19 hours of work by P13271 team-members.

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