Providing Life-Safety Solutions with Engineered Fire and Gas Detection Systems


Welcome to
Detector Electronics Corporation

Detector Electronics Corporation (Det-Tronics) is a global leader in industrial hazard safety solutions, providing flame detection, gas detection, and hazard mitigation systems for critical industrial applications. We design, build, test, and commission SIL 2 flame and gas safety systems that range from conventional panels to fault-tolerant, addressable systems. Our flame and gas detectors are globally certified to the latest product approval standards.



Certified Fire and Gas Detection Systems

Our safety systems allow complete design and configuration to meet your safety system needs. Our personnel and expertise will ensure you are safe and satisfied. Our systems are certified to NFPA 72-2010 and Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) certified as SIL 2 capable.

Optical Flame Detection

For over 40 years, we've led the industry with our innovative design and manufacturing of the world's premier flame detectors.

Combustible and Toxic Gas Detection

A full line of infrared, electrochemical, metal oxide semiconductor, and catalytic gas detectors create a reliable first-line of defense against hazardous gases.

Surveillance and Hazard Detection

Monitor hazards and events using a surveillance system that can include real-time viewing, remote monitoring with internet accessibility, and pre/post event recording. 

What's New

Acoustic Detector recognized with exida's Safety Award

First Annual Award >> Press Release


New Product: The FlexSonic™ Acoustic Gas Leak Detector

A Revolutionary Step Forward in Gas Leak Detection >> Press Release


New Capability: S3 integration wih Emerson AMS Device Manager

Monitor all field devices with a single view


ISA Edmonton
Edmonton Expo Centre
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
April 30-May 1, 2014

Mexican Petroleum Congress
Expo de Mundo Imperial
Acapulco, Mexico
June 4-7, 2014

National Fire Protection Assocation
Mandalay Bay Convention Center
Las Vegas, NV, USA
June 9-11, 2014