David Bradley bradley at tess-inc.com
Mon Nov 14 08:35:44 PST 2005

Dear Javier,
   TMY2 data file values are reported in local time. The original data set 
(TMY, as opposed to TMY2) values were reported in solar time but I do not 
believe that Type109 can read that data file format.
Kind regards,

At 10:25 11/14/2005, javier mota wrote:
>hi, haw are you?.
>I am javier mota from 3i-ingenieria madrid.
>I ´m working with type 109, which works with tmy2 format.
>I have seen that this format refers to solar time.
>We have simulated a phtovoltaitic instalation and energy should be sold to 
>the electrical net.
>According to this, it seems prices depend on the time of the day.
>Well, i must convert the results from this simulation from solar time, 
>refered to tmy2, am I ok?
>to legal time in my country.
>So I think that i must add an hour or two from the output time in trnsys 
>according to UTC depending saving time.And I think i must not worry about 
>the local time, things like ecuation of time and so on, in relation to 
>local time. Am I ok?
>thanks in advance.
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