MOTOTRBO SLR 8000 Series Repeater
Built on the slim next-generation repeater platform, this repeater supports up to 100 W continuousduty operation, with high sensitivity for exceptional coverage. The modular design keeps reliability high while allowing for configurable options.
The MOTOTRBO SLR 8000 Series Repeater delivers high performance, high reliability two-way radio service, optimised for your workplace. With its small outline and high reliability, it’s engineered for low cost of ownership. And with a huge leap forward in technology, it represents the next generation in repeaters.
Compatibility: Capacity MAX, IP Site Connect, Capacity Plus, Linked Capacity Plus and Connect Plus.
A scalable, single-site trunking solution that enables over a thousand radio users to share business-critical voice and data communication on the same system.
The SLR 5000 is designed to offer round-the-clock reliable operation, even at its continuous full transmit power of 50W. The high-quality design has been validated through Motorola’s Accelerated Life Testing (ALT) programme, and meets stringent quality criteria.
To deliver reliable coverage throughout your business premises, the product has a next-generation receiver design, with high sensitivity and improved noise blocking. Combined with the 50W transmit output power and digital error correction, this gives you clear voice quality, even in the most adverse conditions.
The SLR 5000 supports the full MOTOTRBO feature set, and is compatible with all the MOTOTRBO system architectures: single site conventional, Capacity MAX, IP Site Connect, Capacity Plus, Linked Capacity Plus and Connect Plus. The IP interface allows you to build applications and consoles directly into your system.
DESIGNED FOR THE FUTURE:
Motorola is committed to supporting you with even more sophisticated workforce communication solutions as your needs evolve, so the SLR 5000 is designed with the future in mind. Compared to first generation repeaters, it has 10x more processing power, 15x more memory and 125x more data storage. The architecture even has provision for expansion modules, should more functionality be required in the future