LITTLETON, Mass.�Burk Technology is set to offer a pair of debuts at the 2017 NAB Show, its new Captures capability and the BTU-4D Digital Temperature Unit.
A new feature for the ARC Plus Touch and SL remote control systems, Captures allows station engineers to track changes in critical site parameters over time. Sample rate and the number of channels captured can be adjusted to tailor operations to meet a range of analysis needs. Captures can also be triggered by events, creating a record of site conditions at the time of occurrence. Captured values are directly stored on the ARC Plus and can be data can be accessed or downloaded through the AutoPilot software. Captures is standard on currently shipping ARC Plus Touch and SL units and is optional for v.5 models in the field.
The BTU-4D Digital Temperature Unit connects up to four digital temperature sensors to the ARC Plus or ARC Solo remote control system. The unit supports sensor cables up to 1,000 feet long. Line voltage telemetry is also built in. The digital temperature sensors available for use with the BTU-4D include general purpose, wall mount, stack mount and exterior installation. The sensors can also be used with Plus-X EM and Climate Guard Environmental Monitors.
Burk also has plans to showcase its SNMP Plus, an SNMP manager inside the ARC Plus, and AutoPilot with Warp Engine for real-time remote monitoring.