Deutsch, Español, Ελληνικά, Français, Hausa, Hebrew, Igbo, Indonesian, Italiano, Kiswahili, Kreyòl, Kurdî, Malagasy, Melayu, Монгол, Português, Русский, Română, Soomaaliga, Tagalog, Türkçe, Việt, Yorùbá, አማርኛ, தமிழ், नेपाली, 中文, اردو, 한국어, 日本語, العربية, فارسی, हिन्दी, ไทย, বাংলা, తెలుగు, עברית, ગુજરાતી, ລາວ, ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, සිංහල, پښتو, Հայերեն, Հայերեն, ភាសាខ្មែរ, မြန်မာဘာသာ Last edited: 13 May 2016 Note that this page emphasizes ideas for solar low-tech tracking methods that could be built with materials available in developing countries. Main article: Solar tracking Revolutionary Solar! Stirling engine mount Liquid piston tracker See Tracking Solar Accumulating Barbecue].Tracking Solar Accumulating Barbecue] Brian White's diagram of the dripper tracker which is potentially a highly accurate waterclock. Graphic by Mike Murphy. firstname.lastname@example.org's design for a simple system to reposition a solar cooker automatically while unattended. ]Tracking mechanism that uses the hour hand of a clock to control the turning of a solar cooker A plan for a solar water clock drive submitted by ChrisM1111@aol.com Solar oven repositioning device designed by Jeff Monaco. Tom Sponheim suggested using wax melting instead to remove the need for a magnifying glass. Tom Sponheim suggested using wax melting instead to remove the need for a magnifying glass A revolving base can be made using golfballs. Provisionally called liquid piston tracker The Von Oppen system uses a half filled bottle to act as a floating piston, which drops when the water is slowly drained from the reservoir. See also Solar tracking References Retrieved from "https://solarcooking.fandom.com/wiki/Ideas_for_low-tech_solar_tracking?oldid=112363" Categories: Tracking systems Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.