Motorola Repeaters

Motorola repeaters provide two way radios with increased communication coverage. Motorola have 3 repeaters available, the SLR1000, SLR5500 and the SLR8000 repeaters. Each Motorola repeater can provide integration for data applications to analogue and digital migration capabilities.

motorola slr1000 repeater

Features

  • UHF, 400-527 MHz
  • 64 Channels
  • Channel Spacing: 12.5 / 20 / 25 kHz
  • 1-10 W RF Output Power
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 279.4 x 228.6 x 101.6 mm (11 x 9 x 4 in)
    Weight: 4.54 kg (10 lbs)
  • Operating Temp: -30 to +60 °C (-22 to +140 °F)
  • IP65 - can be deployed inside & outside
  • Can be mounted on walls or poles, offering greater flexibility
  • No HVAC required
  • Weatherised Ethernet, DC power, and RJ45 AUX connectors
  • Modes of Operation: Half Duplex / Duplex
  • Small & Compact, Fanless design - offering less components & no noise, easy installation, less power consumption
  • Reduced site requirements offering less planning than traditional repeater
  • Diagnostic support via webpage
  • Optional Accessories: Duplexer, Antenna Switch, Small Mountable Antenna
  • Supported System Types: Digital Conventional, IP Site Connect, Capacity Plus, Capacity Max, Connect Plus. Analogue Conventional, Digital Voting, MPT 1327.

Motorola SLR5500

motorola slr5500 repeater

Features

  • VHF (136-174 MHz) and UHF (400-470 MHz)
  • 64 Channels
  • 1-50 W RF Output Power
  • Can Offer Continuous Full Transmit Power of 50W
  • 100% Max Duty Cycle
  • RoHS and WEEE compliant
  • Integrated 3A Battery Charger
  • Integrated Power Supply
  • Digital Error Correction
  • Repeater Diagnostics & Control
  • Repeater Disabled
  • Clear Voice Quality
  • IP Interface
  • Clear LED Indicators for Operating Mode
  • Space Efficient 1U Height
  • Low Thermal Footprint
  • Field Replaceable Power Amplifier, Power Supply & Modem Modules
  • Front Panel USB Port
  • Rack or Wall-Mount
  • Optional Remote Management
  • External Alarm Ports
  • Auxiliary Power Output
  • Supported System Types: Digital Conventional, IP Site Connect, Capacity Plus, Capacity Max, Connect Plus. Analogue Conventional, Digital Voting, MPT 1327.

Motorola SLR8000

motorola slr8000 repeater

Features

  • VHF (136-174 MHz) and UHF (400-470 MHz)
  • 64 Channels
  • RF Output Power: DC (24 V) or AC 1-100 W or DC (12 V) 1-50 W
  • 100% duty cycle at full power
  • Input Power Modes: AC only, DC only, AC with Battery Revert
  • Can Offer Continuous Full Transmit Power of 100W
  • Integrated 5A Battery Charger
  • Interface for battery back-up and charge
  • Integrated Power Supply
  • Repeater Diagnostics and Control
  • Repeater disabled
  • Field Replaceable Parts
  • 2U Height
  • Weight 31 Ibs (14.1 kg)
  • Dimensions (H x W x D) 3.5 x 19 x 14.6 in (89 x 483 x 370 mm)
  • No self quieting frequency requirements
  • Validated through Motorola's
  • Accelerated Life Testing program
  • Low power consumption & cost of ownership
  • Application developers kit
  • Supports Digital Conventional, IP Site Connect, Capacity Plus,, Capacity Max, Connect Plus, Analogue Conventional, Analogue Conventional Voting, MPT 1327

When Should You Use Repeaters?

Repeaters should be used when radio-to-radio coverage is not adequate. They are used to provide extended range coverage or to boost a radio signal(s) into deadspots.

Why Motorola Repeaters?

Motorola repeaters, or MOTOTRBO repeaters as they are known are part of the MOTOTRBO ecosystem. MOTOTRBO is the name Motorola have given to their digital two way radio equipment.

The Motorola repeaters work seamlessly with their range of Motorola two way radios and can work in both analogue and digital modes. They can also connect to Motorola systems solutions such as IP Site Connect, Capacity Plus, Capacity Max and Connect Plus.

Licenced handheld two way radios operate on a maximum power of 5 watts. Motorola repeater base stations can operate from up to 100 watts. When combining a repeater base station with a suitable antenna, situated in a strategically placed location for optimum effectiveness, you can soon see how effective then can be.

Repeaters and IP Networks

Since Motorola launched their digital range of repeater bases, it is now possible to connect repeater bases over an IP network, locally, nationaly and globally. This provides an almost unlimited possibility to provide on-site coverage but more importantly connect sites no matter where they are in the world. The only requirement is an IP connection available where the repeater base is going to be installed.