QPS Photronics Inc
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QPS Photronics' is a company based in Quebec, Canada which has over 15 years experience with fiber-optic vibration sensors. Through the use of Fiber-Bragg-Grating sensors we are capable of identifying problems in areas with high voltages and high ESD problems where conventional sensors will not function.

QPS Photronics mission is to improve and ensure the Safety, Efficiency and Reliability of our customers in the energy and power industries. We offer vibration monitoring solutions that work well in hostile environments using novel fiber optics. Our sensors are ideal for use in high voltage motors, power generators or inside oil filled power transformers.

The secret to robust systems is appropriate monitoring allowing preventative service before catastrophic failures happen.
Our sensors are ideal for OEM’s of Generators, Motors and Transformers where unplanned stoppages and warranty repairs can be expensive. Our Motor Guard serves large power users in oil and gas refineries and Petrochemical plants. Our distributed vibration sensor using long Gauge Technology helps pump manufacturers detect cavitation problems.


Electrical Insulation Conference (EIC) 2016: QPS will attend this conference. See News Page. 
Improve and Ensure Safety, Efficiency and Reliability for our customers. 
Do not let this happen to you!
What you should know
Stator End Winding (SEW) vibration is the main failure mechanism in large, high voltage Power Generator
Working closely with OEMs allows QPS to understand the real issues facing both the manufacturers and the end users. We are experts in fiber optics. OEMs are experts in the power industry. Working together, learning from each other, we want to achieve customized solutions that work best for companies in the Power, Oil, Gas and the Petrochemical industries.

Peter Kung QPS