Clipping, I don't think. It's more likely to smoke if it lasts a little too long.remundo wrote:however, it appears that they will probably clip the power available from the panels in the event of strong sunlight.
A solution so that this does not happen is to orient 2 panels a little more towards the morning sun and the others a little more towards the south-south-west.
The power will be better distributed over the day and the risk of overpowering at the zenith avoided.
Check if the PVs are well equipped with bypass diodes and to avoid shadow problems, it is better to put the PVs in series on each side to prevent the shaded panels from disturbing those in the sun at the beginning and end of the day. http://blog.seatronic.fr/fiches-pratiqu ... egulateur/