Coming SOON!!!!

Since the release of the original SEC Millenium 22 years ago, our engineers have designed and implemented enhanced optical absorption integrity, lower power consumption and developed software algorithms for our other infrared family of gas detectors and analyzers.  All of this knowledge, experience and features have been incorporated into the SEC Millenium Hawk.


New Gas Sensors Designed for Waste Water Treatment Applications

December 7, 2009

Four new gas detector engineered for wastewater-treatment plants have been announced by Sensor Electronics of Minneapolis.

The detector react immediately to dangerous levels of hydrogen sulfide, methane, sulfur dioxide or chlorine.

Each stand-alone detector links to its own compact transmitter fitted with LED’s that glow green so long as gas levels are safe:  If levels increase, LED’s change to amber,  then red.  Gas levels – in ppm or percentages  - are shown on digital readouts.

Transmitter – mounted with detector or up to 1000 feet away – checks for trouble anywhere tin system, shows what’s wrong where on readout panel.

Detectors shrug off corrosive atmospheres, ignore temperature/humidity extremes, aren’t affected by dust, dirt, moisture, oily aerosols.

Each detector is factory-calibrated for its specific gas, with operating life measured in years.  Plug-in sensor modules mean changeover in minutes, eliminating on-site calibration, checkout.

More information:  Sensor Electronics, 5500 Lincoln Drive, Minneapolis 55436; 800.285.3651 or