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Signal Booster for Wi-Fi, HDTV, 3G 4G LTE Cellular up to 80,000 ft² (SureCall Force7)

Signal Booster for Wi-Fi, HDTV, 3G 4G LTE Cellular up to 80,000 ft² (SureCall Force7)

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SureCall Force 7 all-in-one Signal Booster Highlights:

  • All-in-one 7-band signal booster simultaneously enhances Cellular, Wi-Fi and HDTV signals.
  • Cell phone signal booster increases voice, text and 4G LTE signals for all North American carriers.
  • Each system provides 80,000 square feet of cellular coverage for 100+ simultaneous users.
  • Wi-Fi router provides fast and reliable data, extending network coverage up to 50,000 square feet.
  • Includes HDTV signal booster that brings locally aired HDTV television stations into building.
 

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SureCall Force7 is an All-In-One Solution for indoor cellular, TV, Wi-Fi Signal Reception.

SureCall Force 7 is an all in one commercial or industrial signal booster kit to help your indoor signal receptions that include cell phone, Wi-Fi, and HDTV! Force7 by Sure Call is an industrial grade signal booster to help your indoor signal receptions and therefore requires installation by a certified installer and approvals from all carriers (see notice below at bottom or submit request for quote for installation and help with approvals). If you require consumer grade version that boosts cellular reception to up to 10,000 sq. ft., consider SureCall Fusion 7, instead. 

SureCall Force7 Industrial signal booster increases voice, text and 4G LTE signal strength for over 100 simultaneous users in areas up to 80,000 square feet. Includes built-in Wi-Fi signal booster, along with a router that extends network coverage for areas up to 50,000 square feet. Includes HDTV signal booster that brings locally aired HDTV television stations into large buildings. A Single Cellular + HDTV + Wi-Fi Signal Booster for up to 80,000 square feet (3-in-1 signal booster) makes it easy to boost all types of signals without having to install and monitor multiple devices that complicate commercial or industrial business environments. Force7 8 Dome Kit has SKU # SC-SEPT-I/O-80 or SC-SEPTI/O80. UPC: 858507006007.

    In the past when a person has had a weak signal for the phone or for the internet, the solution was to purchase either a cell phone signal booster for the home or to purchase a Wi-Fi booster. And while both of these products have proven to be effective in maximizing the signal strength, the problem that arises is that there is usually the need to purchase multiple boosters for a home. Commercial integrators have consistently complained about additional time, effort, and expense required for multiple wiring and additional equipment. If the cellular service is being blocked or weakened, then typically the internet signal will be blocked or weakened for the same reasons. Additionally, the technology trends and advancements signals on HDTVs are also a concern. SureCall has answered the demand of the public by offering the first all-in-one signal booster. This wireless signal amplifier serves both as a cellular as well as a Wi-Fi extender and booster to boost reception indoors for both those channels simultaneously! Currently, there're no other commercial grade wifi boosters and extenders that do boosting of both such types of signals at the same time.

    Key points of the Force 7 Industrial Signal Booster.

    Sure Call Force 7 (MSRP is $4,779) is an all-in-one system with several unique attributes that are capable of improving the reception of cellular, Wi Fi and over-the-air HDTV signals. Being that it is the first of its kind, it is important to understand the functionality as well as the key points and intentions of the machine for large-scale demanding environments where users require stable connectivity for several types of wireless signals. Primarily, the device works as a three in one system. This two in one cellular and WiFi signal catcher also works independently on various dip switches with various controls. The specifics for each of the three signal boosting sectors will be described in more detail below. Overall, the device works by allowing:

    • Auto Gain Control (AGC).
    • Control of individual bands.
    • Support for all 4G LTE data and voice standards.
    • Stealth Technology.
    • Meets and exceeds FCC specifications for signal boosters.
    • Implements 7-band technology.
    • Supports remote monitoring system.

    Included components in the Sure-Call Force-7 Booster kit.

    As the device has been designed for industrial use in areas which have a large square footage, the devices key features have been optimized for such public places. The Booster Force7 Cellular, Wi-Fi, HDTV all-in-one signal booster kit with part number SureCall SC-SEPT-I-O-80 includes the Force 7 booster, 8 Dome antennas, top notch quality coaxial cable, 4 way splitters, 2 way splitters, RP-TNC connectors, and a SC-LP (lighting protector).

    Part numbers and quantities included:

    • Dome Antennas SC-222W-RP-TNC (Quantity 8).
    • 75 ft. of LMR Cable SC-400-RP-TNC.
    • 4-Way splitters SC-WS-4-RP-TNC (Quantity 2).
    • 2-Way splitter SC-WS-2-RP-TNC.
    • Connectors RP-TNC (Quantity 26).
    • Lightning protector (SC-LP).

    If you do not know what all of the pieces of the kit are, do not worry, your professional installer will be able to explain their use and functionality to the system. However, the basic functions are:

    1. Antenna – Captures and relates the signal back to the booster.

    2. Cables – Connect the various devices to each other in order for the booster to work.

    3. Splitters – allow for the multiple devices to be connected to the Force 7.

    Inspect all parts of the kit when received to ensure that they are working properly. It is not advised that you use old antennas with the new system as there could be compatibility and frequency issues. Also, use only the cables and fasteners included in the system. Non-standard coax cables if purchased outside and not which are not part of the system sent to you may cause the system to weaken or become non-responsive, especially if the coax cable cannot handle the frequencies required to run the system. Therefore, we recommend using the parts included and if necessary, purchase same brand authentic parts from us. Should a piece of the equipment be damaged, Sure Call Force 7 system has a 3 year warranty which will replace such parts.

    Basic information about additional components.

    You will be required to have an outside antenna, specifically one for your HDTV. This will require that you have a subscription with the HDTV services and the proper dish and cables to be able to access their services. The same is true for the internet and for cellular services. Additionally, you will need to have a low loss ohm cable for the interior/exterior. As the Force7 is an electrical device, you will need to have a grounded surge suppressor for the DC power supply.

    Before installing antennas in a commercially based area, check with your local building and zoning as the requirements for each area vary from state to state. If installing multiple antennas, additional cable splitters may be required. Keep in mind that the more you split the signal, the less effective the device will become. And while this all-in-one booster is intended to handle multiple functions, too many splits and access points (for example over 50 people trying to get HDTV while at the same time over 500 people are trying to boost their cell phone signal) may cause the system to be minimized in its efficiency.

    Cellular Signal Specifics.

    The cellular phone signal allows for a signal boost of up to 80,000 sq. ft. for 100+ people. It is intended for all phones from all carriers including the latest 4G LTE phones. It also boosts 3G data and 2G voice plus texting which rely upon such signals. Force7 industrial cell phone booster kits not only boosts, but it extends Wi-Fi for new and renovated buildings. The cellular uplink and downlink frequencies included make it compatible will all cellphones from all carriers such as Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile in USA. It is fully compatible will all carriers in Canada as well that include Bell, Rogers Wireless, Telus Mobility, Fido, Wind Mobile, Videotron, and others. These frequencies are:

    Uplink Frequencies.

    698-716/ 776-787/ 824-849/ 1710-1755/ 1850-1915.

    Downlink Frequencies.

    728-746/ 746-757/ 869-894/ 1930-1955/ 2110-2155.

    Supported Cellular Standards.

    CDMA, WCDMA, GSM EDGE, HSPA+, EVDO, AWS, and LTE.

    Force7 incorporates the company's patent-pending seven-band technologies to deliver PCS and cellular frequency bands, AWS, and two LTE frequencies to support Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile networks. Force7 covers up to 80,000 square-feet and more than a hundred simultaneous cell-phone users with adjustable upload and download gain for each frequency, and as much as 80dB of signal gain. Force7's built-in Wi-Fi amplifier extends a non-cellular wireless network to cover up to whopping 50,000 square feet. System integrators simply need to connect their existing router to Force7's unit’s industrial WAN port. Therefore, this industrial booster can also serve as a router to eliminate the need of additional hardware, wiring, and connections. This minimizes cost of installation and equipment tremendously, making this a no-brainer option when compared to typically a very expensive DAS (Distributed Antenna System).

    Wi-Fi Signal Booster Specifics.

    Wi-Fi signals are based upon a number of factors; the signal booster works primarily by reading the signals within the 2.4-2.4835 frequency range. By combining the weak signals with the strongest signal and “reconditioning” that signal into a stronger band, the Wi-Fi is increased. There are a few specifications which should be noted. First, the Wi-Fi does not add to allotted data plans or service plans established in the contract between you and your internet service provider. Secondly, the device accessing the network must have the capabilities to access and function on the internet. For example: If a cell phone has minutes but does not have internet services activated in his or her plan, the person will not be able to access the internet. However, those which can access the internet can do so as long as the wi-fi is within the below specifications (which it is all across North America and elsewhere):

    Wi-Fi Standards.

    IEEE 802. 1 1b, IEEE 802 1 1g, IEEE 802. 1 1n.

    Wi-Fi Browsers Supported.

    Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and others that exist.

    Security Specifications,

    WEP, WPS, WPA, WPA2, WPA2 Mixed.

    As you can see, most internet services, monitors, and providers will fall within this range. On the rare occasion that your Wi-Fi falls outside of the specifications above, contact your technician or cell phone signal boosters to ensure that the device will work properly. Also, before activating or installing your device check with your internet service provider about any restrictions to the network that the Force 7 booster may have, which is very unlikely.

    NOTE: Even though the signal is being boosted, the internet speeds will still be based upon the Wi-Fi data rate. Where the device can boost the rate to 150 Mbps (2.4 GHz), if the monitor and the service plan you have does not allot for this data rate, you may need to upgrade your plan in order to maximize the potential of the all-in-one signal booster.

    HDTV Signal Booster Specifics.

    The signal in the HDTV and the internet seem to be considered by most people the same thing, but they are not. The frequency range is different as well as the methodology in which a signal is gained and sent to the device. As such, a simple Wi-Fi booster would not be too effective (though you may see a slight increase in the signal) in most cases. Again, you will need to have a model specifically intended for HDTV service. Even if the device has a LAN or WAN port and a HDMI connector does not mean that the device is compatible with HDTV services. Therefore, this device boosts reception for up to 35 television set antenna’s over-the-air (OTA) HDTV signals to boost reception for TV channels and networks like PBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, and CBS. HDTV specifications are as follows:

    HDTV Supported Frequency Ranges.

    54-72/ 76-88/ 174-216/ 470-608/ 614-698.

    Maximum Output Power.

    3 Watt EIRP.

    Supported Cable.

    SC-400-TNC for Cellular devise and RG6 for HDTV. RG6 cable is not included in the kit. Additionally, you will need to have a N Female with RP-TEN on your indoor antenna ports to utilize the HDTV signal booster function.

    Industrial Booster Installation Notice.

    This is not a consumer device. Per FCC, it is designed for installation by a licensed professional or a qualified installer. You must have an installer license or have a professional with such license to install this device. Unauthorized installation of this device can result in fines. Before having your device installed ensure that you have the correct permissions to do so. You may need to obtain a permit for the booster or meet certain electrical codes.

    Soft Installation.

    Prior to committing to the installation of your Force 7 system, it is critical that you perform a soft installation. The soft installation involves setting (but not mounting) the device in the intended locations and then checking the signal coverage and strength. In many cases the installer will have a device which checks the signal strength so that you are not performing a hit and miss on the proper location for the antennas. Additionally, the installer should instruct you on whether or not to use a Omnidirectional (360 degree signal intended for flat areas with no obstructions) or a Yagi antenna (directional signal intended to point directly at the tower or signal source) prior to a hard install.

    When performing your soft install, consider the placement and the number of antennas needed. Exterior and interior antennas should have a positive gain, preferably around +3. Generally, the OSL or outside signal level will between -50 and -100dBm. The signal will always be in the negatives in terms of the dBm. Where the dropped calls and signal strength is at is weakest is between the -85 to -100 dBm levels. So, if your antenna has a +3 gain which results in a -82 dBm you may want to consider another antenna or better placement.

    Interior placements should be at ceiling levels or high levels which are not obscured. Ensure that you have a 110 VAC outlet nearby and that the outlet is properly grounded. The device should NOT be placed within a tightly enclosed area or in areas which receive an abundance of heat (such as in a food court where the steam and heat could effect it). Once the strongest signal and position for the device has been established, have the device hard installed (mounted).

    Mounting the Booster.

    The booster amplifier or repeater is the core of the Force7 All-In-one Cellular, Wi-Fi, and HDTV booster. As such, it is important that the device is mounted in the best manner to maximize the signal boosting capabilities of the device. After detecting where the strongest signal is located, position your antennas accordingly. Prior to your hard install, mount the booster and test the system. The booster should be mounted by:

    • Using the mount screws provided and tightening them to a firm secured position. Do not use any screws which are not included with the device as they may go too far and damage the system. Do not overtighten the screws.
    • Use plywood of at least ¾” thickness mounted to the studs to secure the booster. Plywood must be level with the lights facing away from the wall/ceiling.
    • Connect the antenna cables for both the exterior and inside antenna at the specified ports.
    • After all cables are connected to the booster and to their appropriate antennas connect the powers.

    Testing the All-In-One Booster.

    There are several lights on the booster and if you do not know where to start they can be quite a bit confusing. The Force 7 has 11 dip switches each with its own set of frequency bands and indicators. Refer to your SureCall Force 7 user’s manual included for the specifics on the frequencies as well as what the lights for each of these switch. Generally, the Switches are as follows:

    • Switch 1: 1dB.
    • Switch 2: 2 dB.
    • Switch 3: 4 dB.
    • Switch 4: 8 dB.
    • Switch 5: 16 dB.

    The specific sectors of HDTV, Cellular, PCS, AWS, Wi-FI, etc. will be indicated on the device below the power button. Each sector has its own light which will indicate if that function is on and working properly. As each DIP switch contains the 5 switches above, it is important that you optimize each section with the proper switch. The more switches which are turned on for any dip the more attenuation that Dip will have. For example if you have Switch 5 and Switch 4 turned on then there would be 24DB on that dip.

    The base position for all Force 7 signal boosters is with all the switches turned off. This should be the starting point for any installation as the device is designed to maximize the gain. Only use the switches to fine tune the gain on your device and verify that the changes providing the best results.

    NOTE: When you first turn on the booster it will flash yellow lights for about 10 seconds. Should there be any yellow lights after about 20 to 30 seconds, there is something which should be addressed. If at any point you see red lights on the system you should identify and fix this issue before conducting any further adjustments. Red lights are warning lights and should not be disregarded.

    Industrial Booster Considerations and Safe Guards.

    Where the all-in-one unit can help to boost the signal, it is important to understand what the system can and cannot do. The system is designed to give the most reception possible. However, it is unlikely that you will have 5 bars in all locations of the building (as this is practically impossible given the obstructions and structural considerations of most buildings).

    The Force 7 is equipped with a safeguard system which will automatically shut the system down if two or more red lights come on. If oscillation is detected a warning light will flash. Should the problem not be fixed in 15 minutes the system will shut down until further testing is performed.

    Do you have additional questions? We can help.

    If you are looking to maximize the potential signals on your industrial property and would like to know more about SureCall’s all-in-one cellular, internet, and HDTV signal booster, please let us know. We specializes in signal boosting technology and devices. As this booster is revolutionary to the signal booster market, it is quite understandable that you may have questions regarding the installation, the functionality, or the practicality of using the device for your business. Please feel free to contact us through the contact page of our website, by chat, or call us directly.

    From the manufacturer:

    The Force7 is an All-in-One Solution for Eliminating Dropped Calls, Extending Wi-Fi, and Enhancing HDTV.

    CELLULAR.

    A perfect solution for larger installations such as schools, hotels and healthcare facilities, the Force7 incorporates SureCall's patented, all-carrier cellular technology to enhance indoor cell phone voice and data coverage for reliable voice and LTE data performance. Additional benefits: Virtually eliminates dropped and missed calls for all North American carriers with each system providing 80,000 square feet of coverage for 100+ simultaneous users.

    WI-FI.

    Built-in Wi-Fi router that provides fast and reliable data and extends network coverage for areas up to 50,000 square feet. New installations will benefit from the incorporated 100MB router, without the need to install additional hardware.

    HDTV.

    "Cut the cord" with cable companies - Force7's HDTV booster brings locally aired broadcast stations into your building and along with the built-in Wi-Fi, provides dependable streaming content for on-demand streaming media such as Netflix®, Amazon Prime® and Hulu®.

    Force7 Booster Kit includes:

    (1) Force7 Signal Booster.

    (8) Dome Antennas (SC-222W-RP-TNC).

    (1) 75 ft. of LMR400 Cable (SC-400-RP-TNC).

    (2) 4-Way splitter (SC-WS-4-RP-TNC).

    (1) 2-Way splitter (SC-WS-2-RP-TNC).

    (26) RP-TNC Connectors.

    (1) Lightning Protector (SC-LP).

    From the manufacturer:

    Summary.

    • All-in-one 7-band signal booster simultaneously enhances Cellular, Wi-Fi and HDTV signals.
    • Cell phone signal booster increases voice, text and 4G LTE signals for all North American carriers. 
    • Each system provides 80,000 square feet of cellular coverage for 100+ simultaneous users.
    • Wi-Fi router provides fast and reliable data, extending network coverage up to 50000 sq. ft.
    • Includes HDTV signal booster that brings locally aired HDTV television stations into building.

    Overview.

    SureCall’s Force7 is the first all-in-one Cellular, Wi-Fi and HDTV signal booster for large buildings up to 80,000 square feet.

    A perfect solution for larger installations such as schools, hotels and healthcare facilities, the Force7 incorporates SureCall's patented, all-carrier cellular technology to enhance indoor cell phone signal for reliable voice, text and 4G LTE data performance. 

    Additional benefits:

    • Virtually eliminates dropped and missed calls for all North American carriers with each system providing 80,000 square feet of coverage for 100+ simultaneous users.
    • Built-in Wi-Fi router that provides fast and reliable data and extends network coverage for areas up to 50,000 square feet. New installations will benefit from the incorporated 100 MB router, without the need to install additional hardware.
    • "Cut the cord" with cable companies. Force7's HDTV booster brings locally aired broadcast stations into your building and along with the built-in Wi-Fi, provides dependable streaming content for on-demand streaming media such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu.

    Additional optional components needed for installation:

    1. An outside antenna, such as the SC-230W Yagi antenna or SC-288W omni antenna.
    2. HDTV antenna, SC-305 or SC-306 and HDTV coax.
    3. Sufficient low loss 50 ohm interior/exterior cable.
    4. Cable splitter if installing multiple antennas.
    5. Grounded surge suppressor for DC power supply.
    6. Additional cable options:  SC-400 LMR cable is available in 50, 75, 100, 500 & 1000 feet lengths.

    The 2G, 3G, 4G LTE cellular signal booster component of this Wi-Fi, HDTV, Cellular all-in-one booster kit is compatible with following United States and Canadian wireless service providers:

    American Service Providers Canadian Service Providers
    AT&T Wireless. Bell Mobility.
    Boost Mobile. Chatr.
    C Spire. Fido.
    Cricket Wireless. Ice Wireless.
    Metro PCS. Koodo Mobile.
    Net10. Mobilicity.
    Shentel. Tbaytel.
    Simple Mobile. MTS.
    Sprint. NorthernTel.
    Straight Talk. Public Mobile.
    T-Mobile USA. Rogers Wireless.
    Ting. SaskTel.
    TracPhone. Telus Mobility.
    US Cellular. Videotron.
    Verizon Wireless. Virgin Mobile Canada.
    Virgin Mobile USA. Wind Mobile.

    Specifications of Signal Booster for Wi-Fi, HDTV, Cellular (SureCall Force7).

    Frequency Uplink: 698–716 / 776–787 / 824-849 / 1710–1755 / 1850–1915; Downlink : 728–746 / 746–757 / 869–894 / 1930–1995 / 2110–2155.
    Input Impedance 50 ohm / 75 ohm (HDTV).
    Average Gain -
    Maximum Gain 80 dB (Cellular) / 25 dB (HDTV).
    VSWR ≤ 2.0.
    Standard Supported CDMA, WCDMA, GSM, EDGE, HSPA+, EVDO, LTE and all cellular standards.
    AC Power Transformer Input AC 110 V, 60 Hz / Output DC 19 V.
    Maximum RF Output Power 3 Watts EIRP.
    Noise Figure 5dB.
    Cable SC-400-TNC (Cellular) / RG6 (HDTV, RG6 not included).
    RF connectors N Female with RP-TNC on indoor antenna port.
    Power Consumption <65W.
    Dimensions 14.5 x 11 x 3.5 inches.
    Weight 19.5 lbs.

     

    This device has to be installed by a certified technician and must be approved by your carrier. It may require a custom configuration and supports all 2G, 3G and 4G standards. SureCall offers a 3 year warranty with the Force5 Industrial. Before buying this device, do keep in mind that it is a commercial device and requires additional approval from your carrier for the installation. Industrial boosters require carrier approval from all carriers and installation by a professional installer. Please call us for details before purchase of an Industrial cell phone signal booster.

    Alternate Part Numbers:

    • SC-Sept-I/O-80
    • SCSeptI/O80
    • SCSeptIO80
    • Sept-I/O-80
    • SeptI/O80
    • SeptIO80

    WARNING. Per FCC laws and regulations, this INDUSTRIAL GRADE device must not be installed by consumers. It is designed for installation by QUALIFIED INSTALLERS only. You MUST have an express consent in writing from all Carriers in your service area to operate this device. Unauthorized use may result in significant forfeiture penalties, including penalties in excess of $100,000 for each continuing violation. Please contact us for a quote if you require professional installation and assistance with consent and approval process.

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    • Hi, what would be the recommended maximum cable lenght between the Surecall Force7 booster and the external antenna? We have to install the external antenna at about 300 feet from the booster. The booster could also be located half way to the internal antenna.What are your recommendations when the antenna has to be that far? Thanks

      That depends on outside signal strength. The stronger the signal, the longer the cable you can run because that strong signal is what will be making up for the additional loss of longer cable. If you really have to run that long of a cable, use SureCall 600 or better cable.

    • How much bandwidth it can give?

      It is dependent on the network. If the network is near or at capacity, the booster won't be able to overcome that limitation.  

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