Newsletter - March 2015
In This Issue
Otis Instruments is Expanding

With much anticipation, Otis Instruments will moving its corporate office to a new location in Bryan, Texas.

Originally a bank, and formerly the Bryan Police Station, this newly renovated building boasts 24,000 square feet of space--including two jail cells and three holding tanks--in the heart of Downtown Bryan.

We are pleased to be reuniting our corporate and production personnel with our move to the new facility in April 2015.

Contact Information:
301 S Texas Ave.
Bryan, TX 77803

ph: 979.776.7700
fax: 979.776.7719

Thank you for viewing the March edition of the Otis Instruments newsletter. Given that our company was founded on the discovery of our groundbreaking Solid State H2S sensor element more than 30 years ago, we are pleased to feature in this newsletter the latest in H2S gas detection: the OI-953 SafEye Quasar 0pen path detector with UV technology.

In addition to this new product offering, we are also excited to report continued progress in preparation for our upcoming corporate office relocation. 

Please browse the newsletter for more information regarding these featured topics. And look forward to our next newsletter, which will contain specific information regarding our new Chinese explosion-proof certification for the OI-6000 and OI-6900 sensor assemblies.

Best Regards,

Ashley Easterwood
Marketing Director
OI-953 SafEye Quasar Open Path H2S Detector

The latest OI-953 SafEye Quasar open path  UV detection technology detects toxic Hydrogen Sulfide gas with a path length of up to 263ft (80m). The Quasar 953 can be tailored to protect your personnel and high-risk installation. Reliability is key and is assured with SIL2 (pending).

The SafEye Quasar OI-953 detector incorporates heated windows to minimize any effects from condensation, icing, and snow--and is totally immune to interference from sunlight or any other sources of radiation such as flare stacks, arc welding or lightning. A range of outputs are available, including mA, HART, and Modbus RS485 to suit all control systems.

To view the Quasar OI-953 Data Sheet, click HERE.

To learn more about other Open Path Detectors offered by Otis Instruments, visit the "Other Products & Accessories" section of our website (, or click HERE.