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Live Demo of Burk’s Arc and Flame Detector Planned

Burk Technology's AFD-1 makes its debut at the convention.

Burk Technology’s AFD-1 makes its debut at the convention.

Visitors will see a live demo showing how the AFD-1 detects electrical arcs or flame and sends a contact closure for integration with alerting devices or a station’s remote control system. Burk says the product is suitable for use near equipment cabinets, transmitters, lightning arrestors or anywhere threatened by high-voltage arcs or flame.

Burk will also demonstrate the ARC Plus facility remote control system. The ARC Plus connects an unlimited number of sites, each with up to 256 channels of metering status and command, taking advantage of the scalability of IP.

The user can access the entire system from any unit, take control using a Web-browser or PC software or dial in to the system over the phone. Backwards compatibility means the system allows broadcasters to advance their facility management operation incrementally, protecting their hardware investment.

Radio Show attendees will see the line of G-Link G-Bus Expansion Series products for the GSC3000: the GT-4 remote temperature monitor, AC-4 and AC-8 remote outlet controllers, GX-128 interface for X10, and the OneConnect for Nautel and Acrodyne transmitters.

Booth: 519