Sunday, January 19, 2014

Surecom SR-112 Simplex Repeater

The Surecom SR-112 Simplex Repeater at the 409Shop for $69.90.

SR-112 Radio record simplex repeater Controller

The SR-112 is a multi-function voice recorder device that connects to virtually any handheld, base, or mobile radio. It features exceptional voice recording quality and higher capacity than any other comparable device on the market.

Simplex Repeater
A simplex repeater records incoming transmissions and retransmits them on the same frequency. This has the effect of doubling the time required to transmit a message, but while a traditional repeater typically costs thousands of dollars and might be semi-portable at best, a simplex repeater can be set up with a single handheld radio and operated from batteries. This makes it perfect for disaster response, home or campground use, and any place where radio range needs to be extended but the cost and complexity of a traditional repeater can’t be justified.

Voice Mail
The SR-112 s voice mail function operates like a telephone answering machine,
allowing users to record messages for later retrieval.
Up to 3 incoming messages can be recorded, total recording  message  up to 180sec

Auto message send system
15/30/45 minutes  setting

Major Features- 3 of message box for record
- Auto Messge send out at 15/30/45mins
-Up to 180 seconds total recording time
-DTMF remote control for all functions
-19.2 KHz sample rate for excellent voice clarity
-Operates from 14500 3.7V Li-ion or external 5-24 V DC supply
-build-in rechargeable Lithium-ion battery support 72 hours long life operation
-User to change the DTMF remote control password by radio
-User set the Repeater Operates On/Off by DTMF
-Audio output adjustable in hardware and by remote command
-Audio in Level display
-Auto Battery level display (20%~100%)
-Provides audio Input  level display  ( for adj. best sound )
-Provides signal roger beep setting
-DTMF signal dispaly
-Works with most popular CB,FRS, PMR, Amateur radios,Mobile Radio (optional of Cable)
-1 year warranty on complete unit, 5 years on flash memory


  1. These things have been around for a while, but were called "parrots" instead of repeater. Nice toy, not too expensive.

  2. Perhaps with one of these...