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PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL TWO-WAY RADIO SYSTEM
MOTOTRBO™
REPEATER
BASIC SERVICE &
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
SLR 5000 SERIES

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    PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL TWO-WAY RADIO SYSTEM MOTOTRBO™ REPEATER BASIC SERVICE & INSTALLATION MANUAL SLR 5000 SERIES...

  • Page 3: Computer Software Copyrights

    No duplication or distribution of this document or any portion thereof shall take place without the express written permission of Motorola. No part of this manual may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of Motorola.

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    Foreword Notes...

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    Motorola R56 Standards and Guidelines for Communications Sites manual(which can be obtained by ordering CDROM 9880384V83). To obtain copies of these materials, please contact Motorola as directed at the end of this section. After installation, these instructions should be retained and readily available for any person operating or servicing this repeater or working near it.

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    • All Tx and Rx RF cables shall be connected to a surge protection device according to Motorola R56 manual. Do not connect Tx and Rx RF cables directly to an outside antenna.

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    Refer to product specific manuals for detailed safety and installation instructions. Manuals can be obtained with product orders, downloaded from https://businessonline.motorolasolutions.com, or purchased through the Motorola Aftermarket & Accessory Department. This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

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    MOTOTRBO SLR 5000 Series Repeater Supplemental Safety and Installation Requirements MOTOTRBO SLR 5000 Series Repeater Supplemental Safety and Installation Requirements ATTENTION! The MOTOTRBO SLR 5000 Series Repeater must be installed in a suitable, in-building enclosure. A restricted access location is required when installing this equipment into the end system. The repeater contains a Class 1 built-in power supply component.

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    In European Union countries, please contact your local equipment supplier representative or service center for information about the waste collection system in your country. Disposal Guideline The following symbol on a Motorola product indicates that the product should not be disposed of with household waste.

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    viii Document History The following major changes have been implemented in this manual since the previous edition: Edition Description Date MN001438A01-AA Initial Release April 2015...

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents Foreword ......................i General Safety Precautions..........................i Computer Software Copyrights ........................i Document Copyrights ...........................i Disclaimer..............................i Trademarks ..............................i General Safety and Installation Standards and Guidelines ................iii MOTOTRBO SLR 5000 Series Repeater Supplemental Safety and Installation Requirements.........vi Environmental Information................vii Document History ..................

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Specifications..........................2-1 Configuration..........................2-2 Basic Station Level Troubleshooting – RDAC and LEDs............. 2-3 Model Chart ..........................2-3 Chapter 3 SLR 5000 Series Modem............. 3-1 Description ........................... 3-1 3.1.1 General Description ......................3-1 3.1.2 Input and Output Connections ..................3-1 3.1.3 Frequency Bands......................

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 6 SLR 5000 Series Front Panel ..........6-1 Description ........................... 6-1 6.1.1 General Description......................6-1 Input and Output Connections ..................... 6-1 Interfaces ............................. 6-2 6.3.1 Modem Interface......................6-2 6.3.2 User/ Service Interface ....................6-2 6.3.2.1 USB ........................6-2 6.3.2.2 LED Indicators ....................

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 10 SLR 5000 Series Programming and Tuning ....10-1 10.1 Introduction ..........................10-1 10.2 Customer Programming Software Setup ................... 10-1 10.3 Reference Oscillator Alignment ....................10-2 10.3.1 Tuning Procedure ......................10-2 10.4 Repeater Tuning Setup......................10-3 10.5 Rx Audio Level Set ........................

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents xiii 11.9 Torque Charts .......................... 11-24 Chapter 12 SLR 5000 Series Installation ..........12-1 12.1 Pre-Installation Considerations ....................12-1 12.1.1 Installation Overview ..................... 12-1 12.1.2 Site Environmental Conditions ..................12-2 12.1.3 Equipment Ventilation....................12-2 12.1.3.1 Mounting the SLR 5000 Series Repeater in a Cabinet........12-2 12.1.3.2 Mounting the SLR 5000 Series Repeater in a Rack ........

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Appendix A Accessories .................A-1 Introduction ..........................A-1 A.1.1 Antennas..........................A-1 A.1.2 Cables..........................A-1 A.1.3 Documentation.........................A-1 A.1.4 Duplexers.........................A-2 A.1.5 Mounting ..........................A-2 A.1.6 Preselectors........................A-2 A.1.7 Service Tools ........................A-2 Appendix B SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers ......B-1 Overview ............................B-1 Community Repeater Panel ......................B-2 B.2.1 Description........................B-2 B.2.2...

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents B.5.5.2 Tx Audio ......................B-19 B.5.5.3 Tx Data ......................B-19 Appendix C Audio Enhancement ............C-1 Overview ............................C-1 C.1.1 Hear Clear feature with the third party controllers ............C-1 C.1.2 Third party controller and the subscriber configuration for Hear Clear feature....C-1 C.1.3 Hear Clear feature configuration in repeater mode ............C-2 C.1.4 Companding feature configuration between third party controllers and subscriber..C-2 C.1.5 Companding feature configuration between the repeater and subscribers .....C-2...

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    List of Figures List of Figures Figure 1-1 Front view of the SLR 5000 Series Repeater............... 1-2 Figure 1-2 Rear view of the SLR 5000 Series Repeater ............... 1-3 Figure 1-3 Front view (without top cover) of the SLR 5000 Series Repeater ........1-3 Figure 1-4 Front view (without top and bottom covers and front panel) of the SLR 5000 Series Repeater ....................

  • Page 19: Table Of Contents

    Figure B-10 Model L3276 Tone Remote Adapter ..................B-10 Figure B-11 Signal Connections between SLR 5000 Series Repeater and Motorola L3276 25-Pin connector for a 15 Channel Remote Control ........ B-11 Figure B-12 CPS Configuration for L3276 Tone Remote Adapter (For a 15 Channel Remote Control)...................B-13 Figure B-13 Model Trident’s Marauder ....................B-15...

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    xviii List of Tables List of Tables Table 1-1 SLR 5000 Series Frequency Ranges and Power Levels ............. 1-5 Table 1-2 SLR 5000 Series Repeater General Specifications (All Bands) ........... 1-6 Table 1-3 SLR 5000 Series Repeater Specifications ................1-7 Table 1-4 Front Panel LED indicators ....................

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    List of Tables Related Publications MOTOTRBO SLR 5000 Series Quick Start Guide.............. MN001441A01...

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    Summary of Bands Available Summary of Bands Available Table below lists the SLR 5000 Series Repeater bands available in this manual. For details, see Model Charts section. Frequency Band Bandwidth Power Level 136 – 174 MHz 1 – 25 W 1 –...

  • Page 23: Limited Warranty

    Product Accessories One (1) Year Motorola, at its option, will at no charge either repair the Product (with new or reconditioned parts), replace it (with a new or reconditioned Product), or refund the purchase price of the Product during the WARRANTY PERIOD provided it is returned in accordance with the terms of this warranty.

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    III. What This Warranty Does Not Cover A. Defects or damage resulting from use of the MOTOROLA Product in other than its normal and customary manner. B. Defects or damage occurring from misuse, abuse, accident, corrosion, fire, liquid intrusion, or neglect.

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    Patent And Software Provisions MOTOROLA will have no liability with respect to any claim of patent infringement which is based upon the combination of the Product or parts furnished hereunder with software, apparatus or devices not furnished by MOTOROLA, nor will MOTOROLA have any liability for the use of ancillary equipment or software not furnished by MOTOROLA which is attached to or used in connection with the Product.

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    xxiv Commercial Warranty Notes...

  • Page 27: Chapter 1 Slr 5000 Series Repeater

    Symbol indicates areas of the product that pose potential burn hazards. Description The Motorola SLR 5000 Series Repeater provides a modular, flexible analog and digital station designed for today's communication systems and for the future. The station is available for use in these configurations: •...

  • Page 28: Figure 1-1 Front View Of The Slr 5000 Series Repeater

    SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Description Note Certain software features enabled via the CPS can be configured with the Online Help or with a regional representative. Refer to the regional Ordering Guide to determine the features available within the respective regions. The SLR 5000 series can either be configured as a stand-alone repeater or as a repeater connected to a back-end network, as in the case of operating in IP Site Connect mode.

  • Page 29: Figure 1-2 Rear View Of The Slr 5000 Series Repeater

    SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Description Back Panel Interface Connectors and Power Switch Figure 1-2 Rear view of the SLR 5000 Series Repeater Modem Module Power Supply Module Power Amplifier Module Figure 1-3 Front view (without top cover) of the SLR 5000 Series Repeater Front Panel Board Figure 1-4 Front view (without top and bottom covers and front panel) of the SLR 5000 Series Repeater...

  • Page 30: Operating Features

    • Physical Dimensions: 1.75" H x 19" W x 14.6" D (44 x 483 x 370 mm) 1RU • Weight: 19 pounds (8.62 kg) excluding cabinet or other peripheral equipment Motorola Network Interface: • IP Site Connect • Repeater Diagnostics and Control (RDAC) •...

  • Page 31: Frequency Ranges And Power Levels

    SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Frequency Ranges and Power Levels • Passport Trunking • MPT1327 Trunking Note The SLR 5000 series repeater only supports the third party controllers noted above when it is configured in analog mode. The exception is phone patch in digital mode. In addition, the following features are also included.

  • Page 32: Specifications

    SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Specifications Specifications Table 1-2 shows the specifications of the SLR 5000 series repeater. Table 1-2 SLR 5000 Series Repeater General Specifications (All Bands) Parameter Specifications Number of Channels Frequency Generation Synthesized Input Voltage AC 100 – 240 VAC (47 – 63 Hz) Input Voltage DC 11.0 –...

  • Page 33: Table 1-3 Slr 5000 Series Repeater Specifications

    SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Specifications Table 1-3 SLR 5000 Series Repeater Specifications Specifications Parameter Input Power (All Modulations) * Standby (AC Line 117 V / 220 V) 0.18 A/ 0.25 A 50 W Transmit at Rated Power 1.5 A/ 0.9 A (AC Line 117 V / 220 V) Standby (13.6 VDC) 0.73 A...

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    SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Specifications Table 1-3 SLR 5000 Series Repeater Specifications (Continued) Specifications Parameter Wideband Noise (1 MHz) @ Rated Pout -152 dBc/ Hz Rated System Deviation ±2.5 kHz @ 12.5 kHz ±5.0 kHz @ 25 kHz Spurious Harmonics and Emissions -36 dBm <...

  • Page 35: Theory Of Operation

    SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Theory of Operation Theory of Operation The SLR 5000 series repeater provides the radio frequency (RF) link between the repeater and the subscriber radios. The repeater acquires inbound signals via its external receive (Rx) antenna and then amplifies, filters and demodulates the signals into data or voice packets.

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    1-10 SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Theory of Operation d. The PA module amplifies the intermediate level modulated RF signal from the Modem. It then delivers the amplified signal to the transmitter antenna port at a power level within the rated power band of the repeater, for transmission to the subscriber radios. In addition to its primary task of amplification, the PA provides the following hardware functions for the repeater.

  • Page 37: Basic Repeater Level Troubleshooting – Rdac And Leds

    SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Basic Repeater Level Troubleshooting – RDAC and LEDs 1-11 Basic Repeater Level Troubleshooting – RDAC and LEDs Diagnostic tests are available for the Modem, PA, and Power Supply Modules. If a problem occurs during station operation, it is logged as an alarm that is read with the Repeater Diagnostic and Control application (RDAC).

  • Page 38: Table 1-4 Front Panel Led Indicators

    1-12 SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Basic Repeater Level Troubleshooting – RDAC and LEDs Table 1-4 Front Panel LED indicators Definition Status Tx A Tx Slot 1 Rx A Rx Slot 1 Tx B Tx Slot 2 Rx B Rx Slot 2 Ethernet Link/ Network Connectivity Reference...

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    SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Basic Repeater Level Troubleshooting – RDAC and LEDs 1-13 Table 1-5 SLR 5000 Series Front Panel LED Definitions (Continued) LED Function Name LED Color LED State Status Indication Tx B Transmitter is not transmitting Green Solid Tx slot B or Analog (at desired power) Amber* Solid...

  • Page 40: Repeater Model Numbering Scheme

    1-14 SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Repeater Model Numbering Scheme Repeater Model Numbering Scheme Model No.Example : Position AZ: Asia LA: Latin America AA: North America (except Mexico) MD: Europe/Middle East/Africa/ Unique Variation Australia N: Standard Package R: Repeater Version Letter MOTOTRBO Repeater Model Series: 10: SLR 5000 Package...

  • Page 41: Model Chart

    SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Model Chart 1-15 Model Chart 1.9.1 VHF High Power SLR 5300, VHF, 136 – 174 MHz Model Description AZR10JCGANQ1AN 136 – 174 MHz, 1 – 50 W, SLR 5300 Repeater Item Description X PMTD4013_S Modem Structure Kit/ FRU X PMTD4012_S Power Amplifier Structure Kit/ FRU X PMPN4026_S...

  • Page 42: Uhf1 High Power

    1-16 SLR 5000 Series Repeater: Model Chart 1.9.3 UHF1 High Power SLR 5300, UHF, 400 – 470 MHz Model Description AZR10QCGANQ1AN 400 – 470 MHz, 1 – 50 W, SLR 5300 Repeater Item Description X PMTE4022_S Modem Structure Kit/ FRU X PMTE4023_S Power Amplifier Structure Kit/ FRU X PMPN4026_S...

  • Page 43: Chapter 2 Slr 5000 Series Satellite Receiver

    “talk-in” coverage on a particular receive frequency when used in a receiver voting system. The Motorola SLR 5000 series repeater is not offered as an exclusive Satellite Receiver only model, rather the SLR 5000 series can be configured via the CPS to operate as a Satellite Receiver in a receive only mode of operation.

  • Page 44: Configuration

    SLR 5000 Series Satellite Receiver: Configuration Configuration Other than setting the general personality configurations, one must additionally set the “Operation Mode” parameter under the “General Settings” menu in the CPS to that of “Digital Satellite Receiver.” Figure 2-1 for the screenshot of the “Operation Mode” parameter. Figure 2-1 “Operation Mode”...

  • Page 45: Basic Station Level Troubleshooting – Rdac And Leds

    SLR 5000 Series Satellite Receiver: Basic Station Level Troubleshooting – RDAC and LEDs Basic Station Level Troubleshooting – RDAC and LEDs The troubleshooting procedures are similar to the SLR 5000 series repeater with regards to the control, power supply, and receiver sub-systems. See Chapter 1: SLR 5000 Series Repeater more details.

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    SLR 5000 Series Satellite Receiver: Model Chart Notes...

  • Page 47: Chapter 3 Slr 5000 Series Modem

    Chapter 3 SLR 5000 Series Modem Description The Modem Module is described in this section. A general description, identification of inputs and outputs, and functional theory of operation are provided. The information provided is sufficient to give service personnel a functional understanding of the module, allowing maintenance and troubleshooting to the module level.

  • Page 48: Frequency Bands

    SLR 5000 Series Modem: Receiver Subsystem 3.1.3 Frequency Bands The Modem Module covers the following bands with unique models: • 136 – 174 MHz • 400 – 470 MHz Receiver Subsystem 3.2.1 Description The Modem Module includes the receiver circuitry for the station. A cable connects the board connector to a BNC connector located on the rear panel of the repeater.

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    SLR 5000 Series Modem: Transmitter Exciter Subsystem 3.2.2 Specifications Table 3-1 Specifications of Receiver Subsystem Specifications Parameter Frequency Bands 136 – 174 MHz 400 – 470 MHz Selectivity 25 kHz/ 12.5 kHz (TIA603D) 80 dB/ 50 dB 75 dB/ 50 dB Selectivity 25 kHz/ 12.5 kHz (TIA603) 80 dB/ 65 dB 75 dB/ 65 dB...

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    SLR 5000 Series Modem: Station Control Subsystem 3.3.2 Specifications Table 3-2 Specifications of Transmitter Exciter Subsystem Specifications Parameter Frequency Range 136 – 174 MHz 400 – 470 MHz Electronic Bandwidth Full Bandwidth Output Power 6.2 W Harmonics -20 dBc Station Control Subsystem 3.4.1 Description The Station Control Subsystem is described in this section.

  • Page 51: High Stability Reference Block

    SLR 5000 Series Modem: Station Control Subsystem 3.4.2 High Stability Reference Block The high-stability reference block can be used to enhance the 0.5 ppm Voltage Controlled Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator. The block diagram is shown below in Figure 3-2. An external reference can be applied to lock the on board VCTCXO.

  • Page 52: Station Control Interface

    SLR 5000 Series Modem: Station Control Interface Station Control Interface 3.5.1 Front Panel Interface Connector Refer Section 6.3.1 on page 6-2 for details. 3.5.2 Rear Panel Connections Refer Section 7.2.5 on page 7-3 Section 7.2.8 on page 7-6 for details. 3.5.3 Power Amplifier Interface Connector The digital interface to the power amplifier module utilizes a 20 pin vertical LIF connector.

  • Page 53: Expansion Board Interface Connector

    SLR 5000 Series Modem: Station Control Interface 3.5.5 Expansion Board Interface Connector The expansion board interface utilizes a 30 pin vertical LIF connector. The location is detailed in Figure 3-1. Figure 3-6 shows the pin number locations. Pin 1 Pin 30 Figure 3-6 Expansion Board Interface Connector Pin Locations 3.5.6 Chassis ID Interface Connector...

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    SLR 5000 Series Modem: Station Control Interface Notes...

  • Page 55: Chapter 4 Slr 5000 Series Power Amplifier

    Chapter 4 SLR 5000 Series Power Amplifier Description The Power Amplifier Module is described in this section. A general description, identification of inputs and outputs and functional theory of operation are provided. The information provided is sufficient to give service personnel a functional understanding of the module, allowing maintenance and troubleshooting to the module level.

  • Page 56: Input And Output Connections

    SLR 5000 Series Power Amplifier: Input and Output Connections Input and Output Connections Figure 4-1 shows the PA input and output connections. Antenna Port Modem Interface Exciter Input DC Input Figure 4-1 Input and Output Connections Frequency Ranges The power amplifier modules models cover the following bands: •...

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    SLR 5000 Series Power Amplifier: Specifications Specifications Table 4-1 shows the specifications of SLR 5000 series repeater’s Power Amplifier (PA). Table 4-1 Specifications of Power Amplifier Specifications Specifications Parameter Operational Frequency Range 136 – 174 MHz 400 – 470 MHz Minimum Input Return Loss (Tx mode) 15 dB Rated RF Input Power...

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    SLR 5000 Series Power Amplifier: Modem Interface Notes...

  • Page 59: Chapter 5 Slr 5000 Series Power Supply

    Chapter 5 SLR 5000 Series Power Supply Description In this chapter, a general description, performance specifications, and identification of the inputs and outputs are given for the power supply. The information provided is sufficient to give service personnel a functional understanding of the module, allowing maintenance and troubleshooting to the module level.

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    SLR 5000 Series Power Supply: Specifications epeater Front View (relative to front of repeater) Rear View (relative to rear of r Air Exhaust AIr Intake Figure 5-1 Front and Rear Views of the SLR 5000 Series Power Supply Specifications Table 5-1, Table 5-2 Table 5-3...

  • Page 61: Power Supply Interface

    SLR 5000 Series Power Supply: Power Supply Interface Table 5-2 Power Supply DC Performance Specifications Parameter Value or Range Input Voltage Range 11 – 15.5 VDC Steady State Output Voltage Input voltage dependent (0 – 0.4 V below input) Output Current (Max) 26 A Output Ripple: 30 mV p-p, @ 25 °C (77 °F)

  • Page 62: Power Supply Outputs

    SLR 5000 Series Power Supply: Power Supply Interface 5.3.2 Power Supply Outputs Power Amplifier Power Supply Fan Modem Power Amplifier Fan Modem Fan Figure 5-3 Power Supply Outputs 5.3.3 Power Supply Digital Interface Modem Interface Pin 1 Pin 15 Figure 5-4 Power Supply Digital Interface...

  • Page 63: Power Supply Output Cable Signaling

    SLR 5000 Series Power Supply: Power Supply Interface 5.3.4 Power Supply Output Cable Signaling Table 5-4 Power Supply Output Cable SIgnalling Output Load Signal Power Amplifier Red – 13.6 VDC (nominal) Black with Red Strip – Ground Modem Red – 13.6 VDC (nominal) Black with Red Strip - Ground Power Amplifier Fan Red –...

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    SLR 5000 Series Power Supply: Power Supply Interface Notes...

  • Page 65: Chapter 6 Slr 5000 Series Front Panel

    Chapter 6 SLR 5000 Series Front Panel Description The Front Panel Module is described in this section. A general description, identification of inputs and outputs and functional theory of operation are provided. The information provided is sufficient to give service personnel a functional understanding of the module, allowing maintenance and troubleshooting to the module level.

  • Page 66: Interfaces

    SLR 5000 Series Front Panel: Interfaces Interfaces 6.3.1 Modem Interface The interface to the modem is made via a 30 pin flex cable. The connector on the front panel board is a 30 pin horizontal LIF connector. The location can be seen in Figure 6-1.

  • Page 67: Chapter 7 Slr 5000 Series Back Panel

    Chapter 7 SLR 5000 Series Back Panel Description The Back Panel interface provides the electrical interconnection interface between the SLR 5000 series repeater and the end user’s system. This includes the connectors necessary to interface the repeater to RF peripheral equipment, power system, system controllers, LANs, as well as other communications and maintenance equipment.

  • Page 68: Back Panel Interfaces

    SLR 5000 Series Back Panel: Back panel Interfaces Back panel Interfaces 7.2.1 AC Power Inlet The AC power inlet connector is of the C14 type socket (IEC 60320) and accepts interface to C13 type plugged (IEC 60320) power cords. Figure 7-2 shows the location of the pins and Table 7-2 lists...

  • Page 69: Option 1/gnss

    SLR 5000 Series Back Panel: Back panel Interfaces 7.2.3 Option 1/GNSS Not supported at this time (No connection) Figure 7-4 Option 1/GNSS Connector 7.2.4 Option 2/WLAN Not supported at this time (No connection) Figure 7-5 Option 2/WLAN Connector 7.2.5 Not supported at this time. Type A socket (Host Connection) that supports the USB 2.1 protocol standard.

  • Page 70: Ethernet 1

    SLR 5000 Series Back Panel: Back panel Interfaces 7.2.6 Ethernet 1 Fully compliant with IEEE and 802.3 and 802.3u standards. Supports 10Base-T, 100Base-Tx rates, full duplex, half duplex mode and flow control. Figure 7-7 shows the location of the pins and Table 7-5 lists the functional characteristics of the connector’s pins.

  • Page 71: Ethernet 2

    SLR 5000 Series Back Panel: Back panel Interfaces 7.2.7 Ethernet 2 Not supported at this time. Fully compliant with IEEE and 802.3 and 802.3u standards. Supports 10Base-T, 100Base-Tx rates, full duplex, half duplex mode and flow control. Figure 7-8 shows the location of the pins and Table 7-6 lists the functional characteristics of the connector’s pins.

  • Page 72: Auxiliary (aux)

    SLR 5000 Series Back Panel: Back panel Interfaces 7.2.8 Auxiliary (Aux) This connection supports the analog interface to the SLR 5000 series repeater, which includes audio, station control, station indicators, accessory power, and provisions for timing used in various system implementations. Figure 7-9 shows the location of the pins and Table 7-7...

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    SLR 5000 Series Back Panel: Back panel Interfaces Table 7-7 Auxiliary Connector (Continued) Location Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics GPIO 9/ *Analog Digital Output Logic Low: 0.5 VDC max Input 1 Output Logic High: Open Collector with 10 k pull-up to 5 V Input Logic Low: 0 –...

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    SLR 5000 Series Back Panel: Back panel Interfaces Table 7-7 Auxiliary Connector (Continued) Location Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics Ground Fused B+ Power The B+ is 13.6 VDC when repeater is sourced by AC, and can range from 11 – 14.4 VDC when sourced by DC. 1 A (max). GPIO 8/ *Analog Digital or Digital:...

  • Page 75: Frequency Reference

    SLR 5000 Series Back Panel: Back panel Interfaces 7.2.9 Frequency Reference The Frequency Reference port is a BNC (female) type connector. Figure 7-10 depicts the Frequency Reference connector. Figure 7-10 Frequency Reference Connector Various external frequency reference signal types can be provided to the SLR 5000 series repeater for normal operation.

  • Page 76: Transmitter Rf

    7-10 SLR 5000 Series Back Panel: Back panel Interfaces 7.2.11 Transmitter RF The Transmitter RF port is an N-Type (female) type connector. Figure 7-12 depicts the Transmitter RF connector. Figure 7-12 Transmitter RF Connector 7.2.12 Bonding Ground Connection The repeater Bonding Ground Connection is realized with an M6 x 1 x 3 mm screw (T30 Torx). Figure 7-13 depicts the Bonding Ground Connection.

  • Page 77: Recommended Test Equipment

    Chapter 8 SLR 5000 Series Test Equipment And Service Aids Recommended Test Equipment The list of equipment contained in Table 8-1 includes most of the standard test equipment required for servicing Motorola SLR 5000 series repeaters. Table 8-1 Recommended Test Equipment Equipment Example Application Service Monitor...

  • Page 78: Chapter 8 Slr 5000 Series Test Equipment And Service Aids

    SLR 5000 series repeater. While all of these items are available from Motorola, most are standard workshop equipment items, and any equivalent item capable of the same performance may be substituted for the item listed.

  • Page 79: General

    Chapter 9 SLR 5000 Series Performance Check or Testing General The SLR 5000 series repeater meets published specifications through the manufacturing process by utilizing high-accuracy laboratory-quality test equipment. The recommended field service equipment approaches the accuracy of the manufacturing equipment with few exceptions. This accuracy must be maintained in compliance with the equipment manufacturer’s recommended calibration schedule.

  • Page 80: Chapter 9 Slr 5000 Series Performance Check Or Testing

    SLR 5000 Series Performance Check or Testing: Transmitter Testing 9.2.3 Verifying Transmitter Circuitry Procedure 1. Connect and set up test equipment as shown in Figure 9-1. 2. Apply input power (AC or DC) to the repeater. The power supply, modem and PA fans should run a few seconds to confirm fan operation.

  • Page 81: Figure 9-1 Test Equipment Setup For Verifying Transmitter Circuitry

    SLR 5000 Series Performance Check or Testing: Transmitter Testing Dummy Load Power Meter (Step 5) Microphone (GMMN4063_) IFR 390I Digital Radio Test Set HELP SELECT CANCEL ASSIGN TEST HOLD CONFIG – UTILS HELP ENTER RETURN MIC / ACC TEST PORT SCOPE FCTN GEN / DEMOD OUT AUDIO IN...

  • Page 82: Receiver Testing

    SLR 5000 Series Performance Check or Testing: Receiver Testing Receiver Testing Performing this procedure requires that the repeater be taken out of service. It is recommended that, unless the repeater is already out of service, this procedure be performed during off-peak hours so as to minimize the disruption of service to the system subscribers.

  • Page 83: Verifying Receiver Circuitry Procedure

    SLR 5000 Series Performance Check or Testing: Receiver Testing 9.3.3 Verifying Receiver Circuitry Procedure 1. Connect equipment as shown in Figure 9-2. 2. Set the Service Monitor to generate a 1.0 μV (-107 dBm) FM signal at the Receiver frequency, modulated by a 1 kHz tone at 3 kHz deviation for 25 /30 kHz channel spacing, or 1.5 kHz deviation for 12.5 kHz channel spacing.

  • Page 84: Figure 9-2 Test Equipment Setup For Verifying Receiver Circuitry

    SLR 5000 Series Performance Check or Testing: Receiver Testing Dummy Load Service Speaker (HSN1006_) IFR 390I Digital Radio Test Set HELP SELECT CANCEL ASSIGN TEST HOLD CONFIG – UTILS HELP ENTER RETURN Test Box (RLN4460_) MIC / ACC TEST PORT SCOPE FCTN GEN / DEMOD OUT AUDIO IN...

  • Page 85: Chapter 10 Slr 5000 Series Programming And Tuning

    Chapter 10 SLR 5000 Series Programming and Tuning 10.1 Introduction This chapter provides an overview of the MOTOTRBO Customer Programming Software (CPS) and the MOTOTRBO Tuner application for use on Windows 7 , Windows 8 , or Windows 8.1 These two MOTOTRBO applications are used for the configuration and alignment of the SLR 5000 series repeater.

  • Page 86: Reference Oscillator Alignment

    10-2 SLR 5000 Series Programming and Tuning: Reference Oscillator Alignment USB Port Figure 10-2 Front view of SLR 5000 Series Repeater DC Inlet Connector AC Inlet Connector Aux Connector Rx RF Connector Tx RF Connector Figure 10-3 Rear view of SLR 5000 Series Repeater 10.3 Reference Oscillator Alignment This feature is used to adjust the reference oscillator of the repeater.

  • Page 87: Repeater Tuning Setup

    SLR 5000 Series Programming and Tuning: Repeater Tuning Setup 10-3 Figure 10-4 Tx Menu Tree (Ref. Oscillator) 5. Configure the current operating frequency into the Communications Analyzer. 6. Click the “PTT Toggle” button to key up the repeater. 7. Adjust the working softpot value until the frequency is within the performance specifications (+/- 40 Hz for UHF and VHF) from the frequency point.

  • Page 88: Rx Audio Level Set

    10-4 SLR 5000 Series Programming and Tuning: Rx Audio Level Set 10.5 Rx Audio Level Set The procedure outlined in this section is used to set the receive output audio level from the repeater for a given RF deviation of the received RF signal. Perform this procedure any time the Rx audio level needs adjustment.

  • Page 89: Tx Audio Level Set

    SLR 5000 Series Programming and Tuning: Tx Audio Level Set 10-5 Figure 10-7 Auxiliary Connector Note Optimally, it is recommended to load pin #7 with application loading used during normal operation of the repeater. 7. Click “Write” to save the new tuned softpot value into the repeater’s codeplug. 10.6 Tx Audio Level Set The procedure outlined in this section is used to allow adjustment of the transmitter audio level the repeater is expecting at its Aux connector.

  • Page 90: Figure 10-8 Tx Menu Tree (tx Audio Level)

    10-6 SLR 5000 Series Programming and Tuning: Tx Audio Level Set Figure 10-8 Tx Menu Tree (Tx Audio Level) 6. Enter the tuning frequency into the Communication Analyzer (the value displayed on the Tuner GUI under the heading of “Frequency Points”). 7.

  • Page 91: Modulation Limit Alignment

    SLR 5000 Series Programming and Tuning: Modulation Limit Alignment 10-7 10.7 Modulation Limit Alignment This feature is to set the modulation limit of the SLR 5000 Series Repeater. Note A modulation limit alignment is not needed if the repeater is used in repeat mode. This is always the case when the repeater is in digital mode.

  • Page 92: Verification (with No Tx Data And No Pl)

    10-8 SLR 5000 Series Programming and Tuning: Modulation Limit Alignment 10.7.2 Verification (with no Tx Data and no PL) 1. Connect the repeater’s antenna port to the attenuation pad, if necessary, before connecting to the Communication Analyzer. 2. Power the repeater from either an AC or DC source. 3.

  • Page 93: Tuning Procedure (with Tx Data Or Pl)

    SLR 5000 Series Programming and Tuning: Modulation Limit Alignment 10-9 10.7.3 Tuning Procedure (with Tx Data or PL) 1. Connect the repeater’s antenna port to the attenuation pad, if necessary, before connecting to the Communication Analyzer. 2. Turn on the repeater using an AC or DC source. 3.

  • Page 94: Verification (with Tx Data Or Pl)

    10-10 SLR 5000 Series Programming and Tuning: Modulation Limit Alignment 10.7.4 Verification (with Tx Data or PL) Section 10.7.2 with the following exceptions: • The same Tx data signal level determined (obtained from Step 8 in Section 10.7.3), is applied to Pin 13 during the validation process.

  • Page 95: Introduction

    Chapter 11 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly 11.1 Introduction This chapter provides details about the following: • Routine maintenance • Preventive maintenance (inspection and cleaning) • Safe handling of CMOS and LDMOS devices • Disassembly and reassembly of the repeater •...

  • Page 96: Safe Handling Of Cmos And Ldmos Devices

    11-2 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Safe Handling of CMOS and LDMOS Devices Note Internal surfaces should be cleaned only when the repeater is disassembled for service or repair. The only factory recommended liquid for cleaning the printed circuit boards and their components is isopropyl alcohol (100% by volume).

  • Page 97

    • Ground the working surface of the service bench to protect the CMOS/LDMOS device. We recommend using the Motorola Static Protection Assembly (part number 0180386A82), which includes a wrist strap, two ground cords, a table mat, and a floor mat, ESD shoes and an ESD chair.

  • Page 98: Disassembly

    +/- 1 in-lb (0.1 N-m) If a unit requires more complete testing or service than is customarily performed at the basic level, send the repeater or FRU to a Motorola Service Center. The following disassembly procedures should be performed only if necessary.

  • Page 99: Cable Disassembly

    SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Disassembly 11-5 Figure 11-1 Removing Front Housing from Repeater 11.5.2.3 Cable Disassembly Note When disengaging flexible cables, pull parallel to the insertion direction of the cable to avoid damaging the cables. 1. Disengage cable connecting Modem to Chassis ID module. DO NOT attempt to remove the Chassis ID module as removing it will void the warranty as well as disabling any purchased software features.

  • Page 100: Fan Disassembly

    11-6 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Disassembly Figure 11-2 Removing Cables 11.5.2.4 Fan Disassembly 1. Press the tab below the fan module until it disengages. See Figure 11-3 for location of tab. 2. Rock the fan module up and away from the frame and remove. 3.

  • Page 101: Front Panel Disassembly

    SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Disassembly 11-7 11.5.2.5 Front Panel Disassembly 1. Using a T10 Torx driver, remove the three screws securing the front panel to the repeater chassis. 2. Remove the Front Panel PCB from the repeater. Figure 11-4 Removing Front Panel 11.5.2.6 Power Supply Removal Note Ensure all connections from Power Supply to various parts of the repeater have been...

  • Page 102: Modem Removal

    11-8 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Disassembly 11.5.2.7 Modem Removal Note Ensure all connections from Power Supply to various parts of the repeater have been detached. 1. Detach the two coaxial cables connecting the RX Input and Reference (REF) Input connectors to the Modem.

  • Page 103: Power Amplifier Module Removal

    SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Disassembly 11-9 11.5.2.8 Power Amplifier Module Removal Note Ensure all connections from Power Supply to various parts of the repeater have been detached. 1. Remove the nut securing the N-Type connector to the back panel on the Power Amplifier with a ¾...

  • Page 104: Back Panel Removal

    11-10 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Disassembly 11.5.2.9 Back Panel Removal 1. Remove the two nuts securing the RX and Reference (REF) BNC cables to the back panel with a 16 mm hex nut driver. 2. Remove the two corresponding lock washers. 3.

  • Page 105: Assembly And Reassembly

    SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Assembly and Reassembly 11-11 11.6 Assembly and Reassembly 11.6.1 Assembly – Detailed 11.6.1.1 Back Panel Installation 1. Using a T10 Torx driver, install five M3 x 0.5 x 6 mm screws (PN: 0310907A18) to 10 in-lb (1.1 N-m).

  • Page 106: Input Cable Installation

    11-12 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Assembly and Reassembly 11.6.1.2 Input Cable Installation 1. Insert the RX (PN: 30012083001) and Reference (PN: CB000024A01) cables into corresponding holes in back panel. Figure 11-12 Installing Rx and Reference Cables 2. Assemble the corresponding lock washers onto the connectors. Using a 16 mm hex nut driver, tighten the 16 mm hex nuts to 15 in-lb (1.7 N-m) on both connectors.

  • Page 107: Power Amplifier Module Installation

    SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Assembly and Reassembly 11-13 3. Insert two rubber plugs (PN 3287533V01) into the corresponding holes shown in Figure 11-14. Figure 11-14 Installing WLAN and GNSS Rubber Plugs 11.6.1.3 Power Amplifier Module Installation 1. Insert the TX connector into the back panel 2.

  • Page 108: Modem Installation

    11-14 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Assembly and Reassembly 5. Tighten the four M4 x 0.7 x 10 mm screws (PN: 0310909A61) to 15 in-lb (1.7 N-m) with a T20 Torx driver to secure the Power Amplifier Module to the repeater chassis. Figure 11-16 Securing Power Amplifier Module to Repeater Chassis 11.6.1.4 Modem Installation 1.

  • Page 109: Figure 11-18 Securing Rx And Reference Cable Connectors

    SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Assembly and Reassembly 11-15 3. Secure the RX and REF cable connectors to the Modem. Figure 11-18 Securing Rx and Reference Cable Connectors 4. If replacing Modem FRU from Service Kit in Table 11-2, remove label PN LB000528A01 from kit package and place onto product label on back of repeater within the hash marks as seen Figure 11-19.

  • Page 110: Power Supply Installation

    11-16 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Assembly and Reassembly 11.6.1.5 Power Supply Installation 1. Place the Power Supply Module into the repeater chassis until the back of the power supply rests against back panel. Figure 11-20 Installing Power Supply Module 2.

  • Page 111: Figure 11-22 Snapping Fan Cable

    SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Assembly and Reassembly 11-17 4. Snap the fan jumper cables into the chassis for the Power Supply, Modem, and Power Amplifier fans. Figure 11-22 Snapping Fan Cable...

  • Page 112: Fan Installation

    11-18 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Assembly and Reassembly 11.6.1.6 Fan Installation 1. Orient the fan module so that the cables are out at the lower left. See Figure 11-23. 2. Rest the bottom tab of the mounting bracket onto the main frame opening with proper orientation.

  • Page 113: Cable Installation

    SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Assembly and Reassembly 11-19 11.6.1.8 Cable Installation Do not over torque the power screws as damage may occur. C a u t i o n 1. Install the two power screws from the Power Supply Module into the PA board to 6.5 in-lb (0.7 N-m) using a T10 Torx driver.

  • Page 114: Figure 11-26 Securing Cables

    11-20 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Assembly and Reassembly 3. Secure the “C3” cable from the Power Supply Module to the chassis in the pocket near the Power Supply Module using a cable clamp (PN: 42009306001) and a M4 x 0.7 x 10 mm screw (PN: 0310909A61) torque to 15 in-lb (1.7 N-m) using a T20 Torx driver.

  • Page 115: Front Housing Installation

    SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Assembly and Reassembly 11-21 11.6.1.9 Front Housing Installation 1. Line up the tabs on the Front Housing (PN: HN000198A01) to the pins on the repeater chassis and engage them. With all three tabs engaged, rotate the Front Housing into place. Figure 11-27 Securing Front Housing 2.

  • Page 116: Exploded Mechanical View

    11-22 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Exploded Mechanical View 11.7 Exploded Mechanical View Figure 11-29 SLR 5000 Series Assembly Exploded View...

  • Page 117: Parts List

    11.8 Parts List Table 11-1 SLR 5000 Series Exploded View Parts List Item No. Description Part Number Quantity Chassis Not field replaceable. Contact Motorola Service Center. Back Plate 64009331001 M3 Screw 0310907A18 M6 Screw, Ground 0310909C91 RF Cable, Rx 30012083001...

  • Page 118: Torque Charts

    11-24 SLR 5000 Series Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly: Torque Charts 11.9 Torque Charts Table 11-3 lists the various screws by description and torque values in different units of measure. Torque all screws to the recommended value when assembling the repeater. Table 11-3 Torque Specifications for Nuts and Screws Torque Driver Type in-lb...

  • Page 119: Chapter 12 Slr 5000 Series Installation

    • this entire installation section before beginning the actual installation, and • the Motorola Quality Standard Fixed Network Equipment Installation manual, R56 (which can be obtained by ordering CDROM 9880384V83), specifically refer to the information on ground connection for lightning protection.

  • Page 120: Site Environmental Conditions

    12-2 SLR 5000 Series Installation: Pre-Installation Considerations 12.1.2 Site Environmental Conditions If the repeater is to be installed in an environment which is unusually dusty or dirty (and so does not meet the air quality requirements), the air used to cool the repeater modules must be treated using appropriate filtering devices.

  • Page 121: Mounting The Slr 5000 Series Repeater In A Rack

    SLR 5000 Series Installation: Pre-Installation Considerations 12-3 The mounting of only ONE REPEATER PER CABINET is recommended. More than one repeater per cabinet will result in degradation of thermal specifications at high ambient temperatures. C a u t i o n Appropriate precautions should be taken to ensure that repeater ambient temperature does not exceed +60 °C (+140 °F).

  • Page 122: Battery Connection

    12-4 SLR 5000 Series Installation: Pre-Installation Considerations Refer to Motorola Quality Standards Fixed Network Equipment Installation Manual R56 (which can be obtained by ordering CDROM 9880384V83), for complete information regarding lightning protection. The repeater should only be connected to a battery supply that is in accordance with the applicable electrical codes for the end use country;...

  • Page 123: Floor-mounted Cabinet

    For improved access to the unit, tray slides are available as shown in Table 12-2. Table 12-2 Cabinet Slide Model Description THN6788 Slides Motorola Cabinet Ensure that the cabinet is securely anchored to the floor, thereby avoiding possible equipment tipping and personal injury. Figure 12-1 Floor Mount Cabinet...

  • Page 124: Modular Racks

    12-6 SLR 5000 Series Installation: Pre-Installation Considerations 12.1.5.2 Modular Racks Table 12-3 for the rack models and associated description. Table 12-3 Rack Models Model Description THN6752 30 inch (76.2 cm) Modular Rack (16 RK U) THN6753 45 inch (114.3 cm) Modular Rack (24 RK U) THN6754 52 inch (132.08 cm) Modular Rack (27 RK U) The side, top and bottom views for all available modular racks are shown in...

  • Page 125: Site Grounding And Lightning Protection

    Note Motorola recommends the following reference source: Motorola Quality Standards Fixed Network Equipment Installation Manual R56: (which can be obtained by ordering CDROM 9880384V83). 12.1.6.4 Equipment Grounding The repeater is equipped with a ground screw located on the rear of the repeater power supply module.

  • Page 126: Equipment Unpacking And Inspection

    • If any part of the equipment has been damaged in transit, immediately report the extent of the damage to the transportation company and to Motorola. • When a repeater is delivered from Motorola, it arrives in suitable packing materials. If the unpacked equipment is damaged, return it to Motorola in its original packaging.

  • Page 127: Mechanical Installation

    Motorola. When a repeater is delivered from Motorola, it arrives in suitable packing materials. If the unpacked equipment is damaged, return it to Motorola in its original packaging.

  • Page 128: Installing Racks

    • Two mounting rails 5 cm (2 in) from front of cabinet with front mounting holes 5.7 cm (2.25 in) apart (center to center). Contact Motorola Customer Support for specific questions regarding mounting equipment in customer-supplied cabinets. 12.2.2.2 Installing Racks In a typical installation, the rack is bolted to a concrete floor to provide stability.

  • Page 129: Installing Cabinets

    SLR 5000 Series Installation: Mechanical Installation 12-11 8. Hold repeater in the desired rack location. Line up mounting bracket holes with mounting locations on rack rail and assemble both brackets to the mounting rail on the rack using 10-32 screws. Cement dust from concrete flooring is harmful to electronic equipment and wiring.

  • Page 130: Electrical Connections

    12-12 SLR 5000 Series Installation: Electrical Connections 12.3 Electrical Connections After the repeater equipment has been mechanically installed, electrical connections must be made. This involves making the following connections to: • power supply, • antenna coax cables • system cables, and •...

  • Page 131: Power Supply Connections

    Connect the ground screw to the site ground point. The size of the wire used for this connection must be 8 AWG minimum. Refer to Motorola Quality Standards Fixed Network Equipment Installation Manual R56 (which can be obtained by ordering CDROM 9880384V83), for complete information regarding lightning protection.

  • Page 132

    12-14 SLR 5000 Series Installation: Post Installation Checklist 12.3.1.4 Battery Connection Battery backup interface offers the capability of connecting to battery backup power in the event of an AC power line failure. The battery backup system is connected to the repeater through the DC inlet connector on the rear panel of the repeater.

  • Page 133: Verifying Proper Operation

    6 AWG copper wires. See the Motorola R56 manual Standards and Guidelines for Communication Sites (which can be obtained by ordering CDROM 9880384V83) for more information on proper bonding and grounding at a site.

  • Page 134

    12-16 SLR 5000 Series Installation: Installing Repeater Hardware Options Notes...

  • Page 135: A.1 Introduction

    Appendix A Accessories Introduction Motorola provides the following approved accessories to improve the productivity of the SLR 5000 Series Repeater. For a list of Motorola-approved accessories, visit the following web site: http://www.motorolasolutions.com A.1.1 Antennas Part No. Description RDD4526_ DB222-B Dipole Antenna 3 dB 158 – 166 MHz RDD4527_ VHF 3 dB Gain Dipole Antenna 150 –...

  • Page 136: A.1.4 Duplexers

    Accessories: Introduction A.1.4 Duplexers Part No. Description HFD8188_ VHF Duplexer, 144 – 155 MHz HFD8189_ VHF Duplexer, 155 – 162 MHz HFD8190_ VHF Duplexer, 162 – 174 MHz HFE8400_ UHF Duplexer, 406 – 450 MHz HFE8401_ UHF Duplexer, 470 – 495 MHz HFE8454_ UHF Duplexer, 490 –...

  • Page 137: Figure B-1 Cps Settings To Configure Slr 5000 Series Repeater For Analog Mode

    The third party controllers supported by SLR 5000 Series Repeater are as follows: • Community Repeater Panel (Zetron Model 38-Max) • Phone Patch (Zetron Model 30) • Tone Remote Adapter (Motorola Model L3276) • LTR (Trident Model Raider and Marauder) • Passport (Trident Model NTS) (see Note) Do not hot swap any of the third party controllers as this could (at a minimum) cause a malfunction with the repeater.

  • Page 138: Figure B-2 Model Zetron 38 Repeater Panel

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Community Repeater Panel Community Repeater Panel B.2.1 Description The SLR 5000 Series Repeater is capable of Multi Coded Squelch through the Zetron Model 38 Repeater Panel. The Model 38 Repeater Panel interconnects to the SLR 5000 Series Repeater and provides 38 PL tones and 22 DPL tones standard.

  • Page 139: B.2.3 Hardware Connections

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Community Repeater Panel B.2.3 Hardware Connections The connections between the SLR 5000 Series Repeater and the community repeater panel are facilitated with a multi-conductor cable connected between the SLR 5000 back panel AUX 25-Pin connector and that of the community repeater panel.

  • Page 140: Figure B-4 Cps Configuration For Community Repeater Panel (1 Of 2)

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Community Repeater Panel B.2.4 CPS Configuration The SLR 5000 Series Repeater will need to be configured via the CPS application as shown in Figure B-4 Figure B-5. More specifically, the affected parameters are as follows: •...

  • Page 141: Figure B-5 Cps Configuration For Community Repeater Panel (2 Of 2)

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Community Repeater Panel Figure B-5 CPS Configuration for Community Repeater Panel (2 of 2) B.2.5 Community Repeater Panel Settings The input and output levels should be adjusted per the community repeater panel’s instructions. The summary below gives a brief overview of the high level characteristics and community repeater panel settings for configuration with the SLR 5000 Series Repeater.

  • Page 142: Figure B-6 Zetron Model 30 Phone Patch

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Phone Patch B.2.5.4 Tx Audio Pre-Emphasis Set the “Encode flat/ De-emphasized” switch to the Up position on the community repeater panel. B.2.5.5 Carrier Operated Relay (COR) For use with the SLR 5000 Series Repeater, configure the specified back panel switches on the community repeater panel as follows: •...

  • Page 143: B.3.3 Hardware Connections

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Phone Patch B.3.3 Hardware Connections The connections between the SLR 5000 Series Repeater and the phone patch are facilitated with a multi-conductor cable connected between the J7 SLR 5000 Series back panel Aux 25-Pin connector and that of the phone patch.

  • Page 144: Figure B-8 Cps Configuration For Phone Patch (1 Of 2)

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Phone Patch B.3.4 CPS Configuration The SLR 5000 Series Repeater will need to be configured via the CPS application as shown in Figure B-4 Figure B-5. More specifically, the affected parameters are as follows: •...

  • Page 145: Figure B-9 Cps Configuration For Phone Patch (2 Of 2)

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Phone Patch Figure B-9 CPS Configuration for Phone Patch (2 of 2) B.3.5 Phone Patch Level Settings The input and output levels should be adjusted per the phone patch’s instructions. The summary below gives a brief overview of the high level characteristics and phone patch settings for configuration with the SLR 5000 Series.

  • Page 146: Figure B-10 Model L3276 Tone Remote Adapter

    The SLR 5000 Series Repeater is capable of decoding function tones, sent over a Wireline from a remote analog deskset or console, via the Motorola Tone Remote Adapter (Model L3276). When properly configured, the Tone Remote Adapter will perform the following functions in conjunction with the SLR 5000 Series Repeater: •...

  • Page 147: Figure B-11 Signal Connections Between Slr 5000 Series Repeater And Motorola L3276 25-pin Connector For A 15 Channel Remote Control

    Figure B-3. SLR 5000 Series Repeater connector and physical Pin locations are noted in the backplane interface board section of this manual. See Motorola L3276 25-Pin manual for its connector and physical Pin locations. The part number for a pre-fabricated cable is noted in the SLR 5000 Series ordering guide.

  • Page 148: B.4.4 Cps Configuration (for A 15 Channel Remote Control)

    B-12 SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Tone Remote Adapter B.4.4 CPS Configuration (For a 15 Channel Remote Control) The SLR 5000 Series Repeater will need to be configured via the CPS application as shown in Figure B-12. More specifically, the affected parameters are as follows: •...

  • Page 149

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Tone Remote Adapter B-13 Figure B-12 CPS Configuration for L3276 Tone Remote Adapter (For a 15 Channel Remote Control) Note The above configuration is considered typical. The L3276 Remote Tone Adapter provides alternate configurations that are supported by SLR 5000 Series Repeater as well. See L3276 Remote Tone Adapter Manual for additional details.

  • Page 150: B.4.5 Tone Remote Adapter Settings

    B-14 SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Tone Remote Adapter B.4.5 Tone Remote Adapter settings The input and output levels should be adjusted per the Tone Remote Adapter’s instructions. The summary below gives a brief overview of the high level characteristics and typical Tone Remote Adapter settings for configuration with the SLR 5000 Series Repeater.

  • Page 151: Figure B-13 Model Trident's Marauder

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Trunking Controllers B-15 Trunking Controllers B.5.1 Description The SLR 5000 Series Repeater is capable of supporting LTR trunking operations with the Trident’s Marauder and Raider controllers. Additionally, the SLR 5000 Series Repeater also supports Passport trunking as well with Trident’s NTS controller.

  • Page 152: Figure B-15 Model Trident's Nts

    B-16 SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Trunking Controllers Figure B-15 Model Trident’s NTS B.5.2 Compatibility Trident Model Raider, Marauder and NTS are compatible for all versions of SLR 5000 Series Software and Hardware. B.5.3 Hardware Connections The connections between the SLR 5000 Series Repeater and the trunking controllers are facilitated with a multi-conductor cable connected between the J7 SLR 5000 Series back panel AUX 25-Pin connector and that of the connector on the trunking controller.

  • Page 153

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Trunking Controllers B-17 SLR 5000 Series Raider and Marauder Male DB25 Female DB25 Tx Audio Output White Tx Audio Tx Data Output Black (Paired with White) Tx Data Shield from Blk/White Pair Rx Audio Receiver Discriminator Input Green Tx PTT Output...

  • Page 154: Figure B-17 Cps Configuration For Trident Model Raider, Marauder And Nts

    B-18 SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Trunking Controllers B.5.4 CPS Configuration The SLR 5000 Series will need to be configured via the CPS application as shown in the figures below. More specifically, the affected parameters are as follows: • Audio Type - Flat Unsquelched •...

  • Page 155: B.5.5.2 Tx Audio

    SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Trunking Controllers B-19 B.5.5 Trunking Controller Settings The input and output levels should be adjusted per the trunking controller’s instructions. The summary below gives a brief overview of the high level characteristics and trunking controller settings for configuration with the SLR 5000 Series Repeater.

  • Page 156

    B-20 SLR 5000 Series Third Party Controllers: Trunking Controllers Note...

  • Page 157: C.1 Overview

    Appendix C Audio Enhancement Overview The Hear Clear, Flutter Fighter, and Companding features improve analog audio quality in a multi- path fading environment. The Hear Clear (Companding and Flutter Fighter activated together) and Flutter Fighter features are only available in the 800 and 900 MHz bands, while the Companding feature is available for all bands.

  • Page 158: C.1.3 Hear Clear Feature Configuration In Repeater Mode

    Audio Enhancement: Overview C.1.3 Hear Clear feature configuration in repeater mode The Hear Clear feature requires matching configurations between the subscribers. Repeater mode Subscriber 1 Repeater Subscriber 2 Hear Clear Hear Clear Hear Clear Flutter Fighter Hear Clear Flutter Fighter None Hear Clear None...

  • Page 159: D.1 Executive Summary

    The Electromagnetic Energy (EME) compliance boundaries in a typical system configuration of the Motorola MOTOTRBO SLR 5000 Series Repeater described in the following are derived. Compliance is established with respect to the applicable limits defined in the ICNIRP guidelines [1], the United States regulations [2]-[3], and in the CENELEC Standards EN50384:2002 [5] and EN50385:2002 [6].

  • Page 160: Figure D-1 Reference Frame For The Point Of Interest (poi) Cylindrical Co-ordinates

    MOTOTRBO Repeater – EME ASSESSMENT: Exposure Prediction Model ρ φ φ ρ Figure D-1 Reference frame for the point of interest (POI) cylindrical co-ordinates Per the reference frame in Figure D-1, the cylindrical-wave model is applicable in the volume ρ φ...

  • Page 161: D.2.2 Exposure At Ground Level

    MOTOTRBO Repeater – EME ASSESSMENT: Exposure Prediction Model D.2.2 Exposure at Ground Level Several methods can be employed to determine the EME exposure at ground level. Such an assessment is not necessary if the mounting height of the antenna is larger than the compliance distance in front of the antenna, computed using the EN50383:2010 methodology outlined in Section D.2.1.

  • Page 162: D.3 Typical System Configuration

    MOTOTRBO Repeater – EME ASSESSMENT: Typical System Configuration Typical System Configuration The MOTOTRBO SLR 5000 Series Repeater operates in different frequency ranges with different channels transmitting 100 W radio frequency (RF) power. The typical system configuration comprises an omnidirectional array antenna featuring 6–10 dBd gain, installed at or above 20 m from ground level, and fed by the SLR 5000 Series Repeater through a combiner characterized by a typical 3 dB transmission loss, and a 30 m 7/8”...

  • Page 163: D.6 Compliance Boundary Description

    MOTOTRBO Repeater – EME ASSESSMENT: Compliance Boundary Description Compliance Boundary Description Based on the analysis in Section D.5, the compliance boundaries for occupational and general public exposure are defined as cylinders enclosing the antenna (see Figure D-3), extending 75 cm (one wavelength) above and below the physical antenna, with radii: Occupational exposure: ρ...

  • Page 164: D.8 References

    MOTOTRBO Repeater – EME ASSESSMENT: References References 1. International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), “Guideline for Limiting Exposure to Time-Varying Electric, Magnetic, and Electromagnetic Fields,” Health Physics, vol. 74, no. 4, pp. 494-522, April 1998. 2. United States Federal Communication Commission, “Evaluating compliance with FCC guidelines for human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields,”...

  • Page 165: Glossary Of Terms And Acronyms

    Glossary of Terms and Acronyms Glossary This glossary contains an alphabetical listing of terms and their definitions that are applicable to repeater products. All terms do not necessarily apply to all radios, and some terms are merely generic in nature. Term Definition Alert tone...

  • Page 166

    Light Emitting Diode: An electronic device that lights up when electricity is passed through it. Motorola Data Communications. 1200 or 4800 baud data signalling scheme. Megahertz: One million cycles per second. Used especially as a radio-frequency unit.

  • Page 167

    Glossary of Terms and Acronyms Glossary-3 Term Definition RSSI Received Signal Strength Indicator; a dc voltage proportional to the received RF signal strength. Receive. Station Control Module; station controller. SELV Separated Extra Low Voltage Signal An electrically transmitted electromagnetic wave. SINAD Acronym for the ratio of signal plus noise plus distortion and noise plus distortion.

  • Page 168

    Glossary-4 Glossary of Terms and Acronyms Notes...

  • Page 170

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