Solar trackers make solar panels perpendicular to solar ray to enhance solar power reaping. The relative motion between Sun and Earth has two degrees of freedom. Sun travels from east to west during daytime and also moves north and south due to Earth’s tilt. However, Sun’s daily north-south move is much smaller than its east-west move. Sensor-based solar trackers make solar panels perpendicular to solar ray based on sensor information. Although the existing sensor-based solar trackers increase solar power reaping from solar panels significantly, they also consume considerable power by driving solar trackers. Sensorless solar trackers make solar panels perpendicular to solar ray based on calculated solar location. The performance of sensorless solar trackers is not affected by bad weather. This paper is on sensorless solar trackers. Single-axis solar trackers have one degree of freedom solar tracking motion. They can catch Sun’s daily east-west movement effectively. The Sun’s small north-south movement can be covered for single-axis solar trackers by monthly or seasonal adjustment of their orientations. This research is focused on single-axis sensorless solar trackers that are driven by linear actuators. The advantages of linear actuator driven solar trackers are their self-locking function and high load carrying capacity. Their challenges include limited solar panel motion range, potential interference between an oscillating solar panel and its fixed supporting ground link, and high motor power consumption for solar tracking. The research of this paper is motivated by surmounting the challenges facing sensorless single-axis linear actuator driven solar trackers. In this research, linear actuator driven solar trackers will be designed and analyzed. The models of the designed solar trackers will be developed. The kinematic and dynamic performances of the modeled solar trackers will be analyzed and simulated. The results of this research will provide some guidelines for developing linear actuator driven solar trackers.