Devtronics Inc.

Devtronics has the distinguishment for holding the patent for the world's first micro computerized talking hotbox detector. In 1997, Harmon Industries purchased Devtronics.

68178
Early model utilizing a Servo tube front-end.

68278
Another early model, this one using a Servo solid state front-end.

CMA02
Introduced in 1985 as a replacement for the 68178 & 68278 models. While the front-end was all Devtronics, the scanners & transducers remained Servo components.

TSA3000
Another hot bearing-capable unit, more information is needed about this particular model.

MA1B (Mini-Analyzer)
The MA1B was an interface used with older, non-talking hot bearing detectors to allow them to analyze & transmit the results via radio.

MT2A (Mini-Talker)
Like the MA1B, the MT2A was utilized with non-talking hot bearing detectors to allow them to transmit the results via radio.

UT-1
An earlier non-hot bearing detector used to detect high/wide loads and dragging equipment.

Supervisory Control Alarm Telemetry (S.C.A.T.)
Introduced after the UT-1, the S.C.A.T. is a non-hot bearing detector designed to detect high/wide loads and dragging equipment.



Files

  SCAT Manual

  Conrail SCAT Plans



Photos


Mini Talker (MT2A)
Israel Jones


S.C.A.T.
Josh Ośmialowski