Modeling the expected energy harvest from your Smart Module is an important step in justifying the economics of a solar system. The benefits of Tigo’s technology can be modeled into several different simulation tools, each with their own unique benefits.

  • Aurora Solar plus icon minus icon
  • Aurora Solar has updated their performance modeling software to include Tigo smart modules and add-on products, including the revolutionary TS4 platform. Aurora is the first modeling tool to simula... See more
  • HelioScope plus icon minus icon
  • HelioScope is based on module-level calculations, which makes it the perfect tool for calculating the behavior of Smart Modules and systems retrofitted with Tigo optimizers. Plus, it enables scenar... See more
  • PV*Sol plus icon minus icon
  • PV*Sol is a planning software for Photovoltaic, Solar Thermal, and Heat Pump Systems. PV*Sol offers world-leading dynamic simulation, design, yield forecast, and financial analysis, and is being us... See more
  • PVWatts plus icon minus icon
  • PVWatts is built and maintained by the National Renewable Energy Labs. The tool can be found here: http://rredc.nrel.gov/solar/calculators/PVWATTS/version1/ PVWatts was created before Smart Module... See more
  • [GUIDE] Modeling Tigo in PVsyst plus icon minus icon
  • PVsyst is a commonly used modeling tool that takes into account a range of performance factors. PVsyst can be used to model legacy add-on optimizers and Smart Modules, as well as the new TS4-O and ... See more