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Burk Upgrade Ends in December

Burk Upgrade Ends in December

Burk Technology says broadcasters have until the end of the year to upgrade existing VRC1000 or VRC2000 transmitter remote control systems and take advantage of its trade-in program, which provides $400 cash back when purchasing a new GSC3000 or VRC2500 and trading in a VRC1000 or VRC2000.
Replacement parts are no longer available and “it was clear that users would need a viable upgrade path,” said Anita Russell, Burk’s general manager. “That’s why we concentrated our efforts on further developing the hardware, firmware and software for the GSC3000 and VRC2500.”
The GSC3000 system allows users to choose from an eight-channel unit or a 16-channel unit. The I/O 8 offers eight channels each of metering, status and command; and the I/O 16 unit provides 16 channels each.
Up to 16 I/O units can be networked together per site providing up to 256 channels. A network of connected I/O units is created using a high-speed digital bus (G-Bus) that allows the I/O units to communicate with other I/O units at the site and access their information.
One phone line is necessary for complete remote access to networked I/O units. The I/O unit is a standalone device; no separate PC is required for daily operation. Packet protocol is used for secure transactions both locally and remotely.
Burk Technology is in Booth 502.
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