FR5200H / FR6200H IDAS VHF/UHF Digital Repeaters
50W 100% Duty cycle operation
Employing a high performance power amplifier, together with the solid heatsink built into the chassis, the FR5200H series provides a reliable 100% duty cycle operation at 50W output.
IDAS, analog FM and mixed mode
The FR5200H series is compatible with both analog FM mode and IDAS conventional and NXDN™ Type-D trunking mode. Program digital and/or analog FM modes per channel. The mixed mode operation allows you to receive both analog FM and IDAS conventional modes and to transmit either mode depending on the received signal.
Multi-site conventional systems are possible with IDAS LINQ. Choose from the following configurations:LINQREPEAT, LINQREPEAT+, LINQVOTE, and LINQVOTE+.
IDAS mult-site trunking capable! Add a UC-FR5000 and CF-FR5000MT card and multiple IDAS trunking sites can be interconnected to create a large roaming coverage area using IP.
- Scalable from 1 channel to 30 channels per site, up to 16 sites
- Effective operations with all channels used to transmit voice or data payload, priority monitoring for emergency interrupt, and polite roaming while conversations are occurring
- All the features of a digital radios, like text, GPS and group/individual calls available in multi-site trunking
- Best value on the market for a multi-site trunking system
32 Channel capacity and 5 programmable buttons
The 12-digit dot-matrix display, 5 programmable buttons, 32 memory channels and internal speaker allow you to use the repeater as a simple base station or to check repeater activity. LEDs on the front panel show channel conditions.
D-SUB 25-pin accessory connector
The FR5200H series has a programmable D-SUB 25-pin accessory connector for connecting external remote control devices. Also, modulation/demodulation signals can be input/output from the D-SUB connector.
Multiple CTCSS, DTCS tone and RAN code decode
The FR5200H series decodes multiple CTCSS and DTCS as well as digital RAN (Radio Access Number) codes on a per channel basis (up to 16 tones/codes) and downlinks the received signal with a specified tone/ code. This function is useful for sharing a channel with multiple groups.
- CW ID transmission
- ±0.5ppm high frequency stability (Digital mode)
- 2U low profile for 19-inch rack mount
- Digital voice scrambler provides 15-bit key (about 32,000 codes)
- Built-in inversion voice scrambler (Analog mode)
- Built-in audio compander (Analog mode)
- PTT priority setting (Local Mic., external PTT or repeater operation)
- 5-Tone and DTMF encoder/decoder (Analog mode)
- Normal and priority scan
- Convenient key assign stickers supplied
- Beat cancel capability
- Low voltage alert (Analog mode)
General Frequency coverage FR5200H
Number of channels Max. 32 channels Channel spacing FR5200H
Type of emission 16K0F3E, 11K0F3E/F7E/F7D/F7W, 4K00F1E/F1D/F3E Frequency stability ±0.5ppm Antenna impedance 50Ω (Type-N × 2) Operating temperature range –30˚C to +60˚C; –22˚F to +140˚F Power supply voltage 13.6V DC
Current drain (at 13.6 V DC)
Rx Max. audio/Stand-by
1.2A/500mA (LCD backlight OFF)
1.2A/450mA (LCD backlight OFF)
Dimensions (W×H×D) 483×88×360 mm ; 19.02×3.46×14.17 in Weight 10kg ; 22lb (approx.) Transmitter Output power (100% duty cycle) 50W (adjustable to 5W)
50W (at 20–35˚C, 24 hours)
Max. frequency deviation ±5.0 kHz/±2.5 kHz (wide/narrow) Spurious emissions 80dB typ. FM Hum and noise FR5200H
52/49dB typ. (W/N)
50/45dB typ. (W/N)
Audio harmonic distortion 1% typ. (40% deviation) Digital FSK error 5% Max. Microphone impedance 600Ω (8-pin modular) Receiver Sensitivity
Adjacent channel selectivity FR5200H
85/56dB typ. (W/N)
68dB typ. (Digital)
78/56dB typ. (W/N)
63dB typ. (Digital)
Spurious response FR5200H
75dBμV emf (Digital)
80dBμV emf (Digital)
Intermodulation rejection FR5200H
78dB typ. (W/N)
75dBμV typ. emf (Digital)
78dB typ. (W/N)
75dBμV typ. emf (Digital)
Hum and noise ratio FR5200H
52/50/66dB typ. (W/N/D)
50/45/55dB typ. (W/N/D)
Audio output power 4.0W typ. at 5% distortion with a 4Ω load External speaker connector 2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (1⁄8″)/4Ω
Applicable U.S. Military specifications
Icom makes rugged products that have been tested to and pased the following MIL-STD requirements and strict environmental standards.
Standard MIL 810G Method Proc. Low Pressure 500.5 I, II High Temperature 501.5 I, II Low Temperature 502.5 I, II Temperature Shock 503.5 I – C Humidity 507.5 II Vibration 514.6 I Shock 516.6 I
Also meets equivalent MIL-STD-810-C, -D, -E and -F.
Measurements made in accordance with TIA-603-C (for FM) and EN 301 166 (for Digital). All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
- DC power cable
- Handle kit
- Key assign stickers
- Mounting rack
- Spare fuse
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