Burk Adds Plus-X 300 Interface

It is an Ethernet-based I/O to expand the reach of its remote control systems.
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Burk Technology will continue to expand its ARC Plus product family by introducing the Plus-X 300.

This is an Ethernet-based I/O interface that the company says is designed to broaden the scope of broadcast remote control. Plant equipment connected to the Plus-X 300 is linked via IP to the ARC Plus for monitoring and control. Ethernet-based I/O allows easy distribution of remote control throughout the facility by utilizing the existing network infrastructure.

Unattended studios benefit because no new wiring from studio equipment to a central control point is needed.

The Plus-X 300 facilitates eight analog and status inputs, as well as eight independent relays for control. The unit is compatible with any ARC Plus system.

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