Broadcast Devices DPS-100D Offers SNMP Interface to Burk ARC Plus


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BDI DPS-100D

Dec 12, 2012 - Broadcast Devices, Inc. and Burk Technology have worked together to provide a simple SNMP interface between the Burk ARC Plus and the BDI DPS-100D RF power meter. Users can directly link up to four power meters to the ARC Plus using an existing network connection. By eliminating the need for parallel wiring, the PlusConnect allows broadcasters to better leverage their investment in remote control and power monitoring equipment.

The DPS-100D is a true RMS digital RF power meter the for applications where accurate and reliable measurement of RF power and other transmission line parameters are required. Forward and reflected power, transmission line temperature and readings from optional external temperature and line pressure sensors are provided. The DPS-100D is part of a larger family of site monitoring products available from Broadcast Devices, Inc. The DPS-100D received a Radio magazine Pick Hit Award in 2012.




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