This utility configures Wikoda's Sunflower home heliostats. A heliostat is a device that tracks the sun in order to reflect the sunlight with its mirror to a stationary target regardless of where the Sun is throughout the day. Wikoda's Sunflowers are self powered by the Sun and operate independently after configuration. This utility configures Sunflower for home use. It can configure it in three modes of operation: 1. Normal mode. This mode configures a Sunflower to operate like a normal heliostat. The sunlight could be beamed through the windows onto the walls or ceiling to brighten the room. As the sun moves through the day, the Sunflower operates the mirror to keep the reflection at the same spot. This is an affordable way to light up a room, grow indoor plants, and to do all other work that require sunlight in places that do not have direct sun. The Sunflower could be shared by configuring different targets to beam the sunlight, and selecting which target is to be active. 2. Schedule mode. This mode works like Normal mode, but in addition it configures a Sunflower to select which of the targets is to be active based on a schedule. The schedule could be by the month, the day of week, or time of day. 3. Area mode. This mode works like Normal mode, but causes the sunlight to sweep through all the targets. This is useful for defining an area where sunlight is needed, like a wall that moss tend to grow or a plot of garden that needs sunlight.