Location

CircuitWerkes
2805 NW 6th Street
Gainesville, Florida 32609

Phone: 352.335.6555
                      - or -
               352.231.7203
Fax: 352.380.0230




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  Phone call not going through?  We have been told that some customers calling our regular 352-335-6555 number are having their calls dropped.  No ring, no busy, just never connects.  This seems to be an AT&T issue that is supposed to be fixed.  In the meantime, you can still call us at 352-231-7203.

CircuitWerkes manufactures high quality electronic gear for professional broadcasting and industrial users. Our product line includes Web-enabled control and monitoring products, several varieties of telephone couplers, DTMF receiving gear, Subaudible (25 and 35 or 50 and 75 Hz) tone decoders & generators, DTMF operated dial up controls and more. Our product line is constantly expanding and we're very grateful to everyone who has bought our products and/or helped us think of new product ideas to serve you better. In addition to our regular product line, CircuitWerkes also makes custom OEM equipment that is designed to your specifications. For information about custom designs, click here.

CircuitWerkes now manufactures FM broadcast transmitters under the CW Broadcast brand.  These transmitters come from 50W to 4.5kW and feature Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS) exciters.  For more information, go to our transmitter site at cwbroadcast.com.

We currently have information about many of our products, news about events or product updates that may be of interest to our customers, as well as copies of all our current technical manuals available on-line for you to download and view.

If you would like to leave a comment, note, or ask a question, you can reach us by e-mail from our Contact page.

Awards:

Recipient of the 1st Radio Magazine Innovative Product Award for the Sicon-8 Web & dial-up enabled Remote Control


Radio World Cool Stuff 2009 Award for the Silence Sentinal
Web-enabled remote audio monitor with relay outputs.