Founded in Europe in 1999, P4Q Electronics is original design manufacturer (ODM) of proprietary PV Solar Tracker Controllers (Suntrack®), for which we are the market leaders and high precision diagnostic tests (Qassay) as well as electronics manufacturing services provider for high demanding industries worldwide such as Rail industry, Automotive, Industrial and other.
In 2007, P4Q first introduced the most advanced technology in Solar Tracker Controls in the global market; The first Tracker Controller of its kind - Suntrack® TCU - becoming world leader.
Today, we continue leveraging our strengths, extensive know-how and decades of experience developing and producing highly engineered products and high-quality electronics manufacturing (EMS).
P4Q has continued to invest in world-class Research and Development (R&D) to deliver greater value to customers and expand its portfolio of products and added value services remaining at the forefront of innovation in The Renewble Energy Industry for PV Tracker Controllers, offering the most comprehensive range of products and services in the market.
Solar Tracker Controllers
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