View English desktop version -- Español, Ελληνικά, Français, German, Hausa, Hebrew, Igbo, Bahasa Indonesia, 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. email@example.com'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 alsoEdit Solar tracking ReferencesEdit 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.