I've been playing with different park options for the SunTuras and seems the RF remote windynation caries for the actuators will work nicely. There are several control options one could configure these for. I'll concentrate on North & South operation here. I'll use the north to park for high wind and the south for tilting for the heavy snow falls in my location. The remote will override the suntura light sensor as it will be wired into the N/S buttons on the sunturas controller. A few things your going to need for this project 1: a Suntura kit (single or dual axis) 2: a Windynation remote 3: a soldering gun (fine tip) 4: two mini 12 volt relays (I'll be using the 5 pin relays here) 5: liquid flux (preferably) and solder both designed for electrical not plumbing. 6: Some small gauge wire (black and red) 6 inches of each will be enough 7: 12 volt power supply or battery for testing 8: a voltmeter will be handy but not required if directions are followed closely 9: a Philips screwdriver and wire cutters 10: glue 11: 1/4 inch drill bit and drill ( larger if you wish to use a Waterproof Connector Gland simular to what is already at the bottom of the case). Over the summer (during rainy days) I'll continue this. I have a spare suntura controller for experimenting with so I don't have to disassemble my operational tracker. However with all the materials at hand the project shouldn't take more then a few hours.