Motorola SLR 5000 Series Repeater
The Motorola SLR 5000 Series Repeater from RCS Communications
For your business to be successful, you need dependable voice and data communications that reach every corner of your operations. The MOTOTRBO SLR 5000 Series Repeater delivers high performance, high reliability two-way radio service with all the features you need to connect your workplace whether you're in the field or on the factory floor.
With its sleek form factor and low power consumption, the MOTOTRBO SLR 5000 Series is engineered for low cost of ownership. And with a huge leap forward in technology, it represents the next generation in repeaters as the cornerstone of a MOTOTRBO professional two-way radio system.
Whether you need the simplicity of a single site conventional system, or the powerful trunking capabilities of Capacity Plus, Linked Capacity Plus or Connect Plus, the SLR 5000 Series delivers the power of digital two-way radio to your workforce.
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 Series 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.
The latest RF technology gives the SLR 5000 Series exceptionally good power efficiency. Together with its space-efficient 1U height and low thermal footprint, it gives you a very low cost of ownership.
The SLR 5000 Series 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) program, and meets stringent quality criteria.
Next Generation MOTOTRBO Repeater
From rock-solid reliability to clever touches like an integrated battery charger, the SLR 5000 Series is truly the next generation in repeaters