SVR 250 The Next Generation• SVR-200 Compatible
• 20 Channels
• 5 mS Priority Sampling
• Wide or Narrow Band Programmable Per Channel
• New ESP™ Multi Vehicle Format
• Optional Internal Auxiliary Receiver
• Emergency Signalling
• Factory Interface Cables for Most Popular Public Safety Radios
SVR 250 Twenty-Channel Synthesized Vehicular Repeater
The SVR-250 is the next generation analog vehicular repeater from Pyramid Communications. Available in VHF, UHF, 700, 800 and 900 MHz.
Enhanced features include the fastest priority sampling time in the industry at 5 mS, and emergency signalling from portable to dispatch.
PC programmable for up to 20 channels, with wideband/narrowband, CTCSS/DCS, emergency or dual tone on a per channel basis.
The SVR-250 utilizes the new ESP™ priority structure that resolves priority conflicts during repeater idle time rather than at the critical start of a conversation. With ESP™, priority vehicles are assigned without user intervention to ensure uninterrupted communications when users exit their vehicles. ESP™ also ensures a quick recovery if two vehicles get in a priority mode at one scene.
The SVR-250 can interface to analog or P25 digital mobile radios, providing flexible inter-operability between systems that wouldn’t normally be able to communicate with analog portable radios on a scene. The SVR-250 can also interface to conventional or trunking mobiles and is capable of operating with SkyTerra (formally MSV) mobile satellite phones. In trunking mode, the SVR-250 ensures proper acquisition of the trunking channel and uses the Smart Trunking Access™ mechanism of alerting the portable users of trunking status information.
SVR-250 is fully compatible with existing SVR-200 vehicular repeaters to provide seamless integration while users expand their systems or upgrade to the new SVR-250 with ESP™ system.
Optional capabilities include full duplex operation for extended coverage between handhelds, and the ARS-250 auxiliary receiver for half duplex mobile systems that do not repeat car-to-car.