What configurations are available for SOLO RED?
Cel-Fi SOLO RED is available in two different radio configurations. BBU and accessories sold separately.
|Model Number||Product Description|
|L41-7E||Cel-Fi SOLO RED ERCES Integrated PS BDA – Class A, 700/800MHz LMR|
|L41-7EB||Cel-Fi SOLO RED ERCES Integrated PS BDA – Class B, 700/800MHz LMR|
What are the SOLO RED BBU power requirements?
All external circuits intended to be connected to non power-limited wire shall contain either current-limiting or overcurrent protection to prevent fault currents in excess of the current rating for the gauge wire size permitted by the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or as specified in the installation wiring diagram/instructions.
What battery type is approved for use with SOLO RED?
A UL 1989 listed 80 AH battery shall be used (for 12 hour battery backup). The following battery is approved:
|Capacity||Manufacturer Part Number|
What is the power consumption for SOLO RED components?
|Power to BDA||49.88 watts|
|Power to BBU||6.0 watts|
|Power to RA||3.60 watts|
|Active Antenna||2.50 watts|
|Total Power||61.98 watts|
|Total current from battery||5.2 amps (@ 12 VDC)|
|Standby time||12 hours|
|Required Ah battery||62 AH|
|Safety margin (per UL2524 47.11)||20%|
|Minimum Required battery||74.4 AH|
|Required battery selected||80 AH|
Is SOLO RED NEMA 4 rated?
All the components of the SOLO RED solution are NEMA 4X rated once installed. However, during installation or maintenance, appropriate measures must be taken to prevent water or debris damage to open units or cable connections.
Which Cel-Fi antennas are approved to use with SOLO RED?
The approved Cel-Fi antenna models are:
- BEST - Cel-Fi LPDA-R Antenna (Model Number A62-V44-200)
GOOD - Cel-Fi DIRECTIONAL-R Antenna (Model Number A32-V32-201)