A Solar collector is an apparatus that is used to gather, absorb, and transfer solar energy to a working fluid like water or air. The collected energy can be used for multiple purposes like heating water, backing up heating systems, or for other convenience. Absorber, which is usually consists of many narrow metal strips, makes the heart of a solar collector. A heat-carrier pipe is connected to the absorbing strip through which the carrier fluid for heat transfer flows. It can be created and installed at a very less cost as the basic model requires a large black container filled with water outside beneath the sun. After some hours the water inside absorbs sufficient amount of heat and becomes very hot. This hot water is then used for multiple purposes. The advanced versions take this concept and improvise on it, making heat collection more efficient and dynamic.