Our solutions offer the flexibility and expandability to address wide ranges in operation size and complexity.
The award winning ARC Plus line brings state of the art transmitter control to broadcasters. The new flagship ARC Plus Touch and the budget friendly ARC Plus SL both offer a wide array of Plus-X and PlusConnect I/O choices. It is easy and cost effective to upgrade from legacy systems by using Plus-X Adapters.
The VRC2500 is well suited for managing small sites in a legacy GSC3000 environment. The GSC3000 is out of production. Upgrade to an ARC Plus easily with the Plus-X GSC Adapter and your existing wiring interface.
The ARC-16 was produced from the late 1980's until 2012. With this system, Burk pioneered multi-site remote control. Inevitably, technology advances, opening the door to new designs rich with improvements most asked for by broadcasters. The ARC Plus is now the flagship of the Burk Technology product line, offering unprecedented convenience and reliability for today’s broadcast operations. Transitioning from the ARC-16 to the ARC Plus is easy using the Plus-X Dual IP-8 Adapter. Simply replace the ARC-16 with the Adapter and plug in the IP-8 panels. It takes less than an hour and is substantially less expensive too.
Climate Guard monitors temperature, humidity and many other environmental conditions that can pose a serious threat to mission-critical IT equipment. Climate Guard includes built-in temperature, light and sound sensors, and is expandable to 64 sensors. Climate Guard's rich feature set is available via its built-in web interface — no software required.
Burk Technology's PPM Assurance protects Arbitron® PPM ratings and dramatically reduces overhead by constantly monitoring all PPM encoders and providing automatic encoder toggling. Email alerts and exception reporting keep stakeholders up-to-date.
Our complete line of accessories offers a variety of well-designed solutions for monitoring your entire broadcast facility and protecting critical equipment from lightning damage and power surges.