SureCallBoosters.ca is excited to unveil a new cell phone signal booster, the Fusion Professional. This device represents the very best in Canadian signal booster technology. It's superior to any other residential booster we offer.
What Is The Fusion Professional?
The Fusion Professional is a brand new cell phone signal booster designed for use in a large home, rural cottage, or mid-sized commercial space. It covers up to 8,000 sq ft in metropolitan areas, 2,000 sq ft in rural areas. It's manufactured with strong, lightweight metal and the highest quality internal components for optimal performance and maximum longevity.
This device greatly enhances 4G LTE data speeds, text, (compatible with 5G phones) and voice for all Canadian and American cell carriers. The Fusion Professional has 2XP technology. This means that even in areas with a very weak signal, it's able to maintain quality cell reception by doubling the uplink transmission (2XP). Unlike many signal boosters on the market today, this device is able to prevent itself from shutting down via SureIQ technology. The result is an uninterrupted signal for users in both rural and urban areas.
For large residences and mid-sized commercial buildings, there is now no better signal booster than SureCall Canada's Fusion Professional.
How Is The Fusion Professional Different From SureCall Canada's Other Signal Boosters?
One main difference is that it comes with SC400 cable. This cable is a thicker, lower loss cable than the ones that come with any other booster in our line and allows for higher performance. It's also equipped with a panel antenna, which deviates from many other SureCall Canada boosters. But there are other differences. The devices that most closely resemble the Fusion Professional are the Fusion4Home and the Flare. We'll describe the Fusion Professional in more detail by comparing it to these two other devices.
This booster is designed for a small office, cottage, cabin, or home with 2-4 rooms (4,000 sq ft in a metropolitan area, 1,500 sq ft in a rural area). Whereas the Professional is capable of covering much more space (8,000 sq ft in a metropolitan area, 2,000 sq ft in a rural area). The stealth technology incorporated into the Fusion4Home is also a feature of the Professional. Also, the Fusion4Home has a directional outdoor antenna with an RG6 cable whereas the Professional has a panel antenna and SC400 cable. The latter tends to be more effective in rural and metropolitan areas.
The Flare 3.0 (Now kitted with RG11 cable for 67% improved performance)
The Flare would be considered third in line behind the Fusion Professional and the Fusion4Home. It covers 3,000 sq ft in the city, 1,000 sq ft in a country cottage as well as in rural areas. Like the Fusion4Home, the Flare uses RG6 cable. But this booster is different in that it employs an omnidirectional inside antenna and the outside antenna is directional. Again, the panel antenna of the Professional is the most effective in most circumstances.
The Fusion Professional was designed to be superior to both of these boosters, providing Canadians with the most advanced signal booster yet.
How Do I Know If The Fusion Professional Is The Right Signal Booster For Me?
If you live in a cottage or cabin with 1-2 bars outside - 1,000 - 2,000 sq. ft. - or large home/office in metropolitan areas with 3-5 bars outside - 4,000 - 8,000 sq. ft. the Fusion Professional is the signal booster for you. If you oversee a mid-size commercial space with similar square footage, we also recommend the Professional.
For those who live in homes, cottages, or cabins with 1-2 rooms or a home that is less than 3,000 sq ft, we recommend the Flare 3.0.
If you live in a home, cottage, or cabin with 2-4 rooms with square footage between 3,000-4,000 sq ft or a small office with square footage between 1,000-4,000 sq ft, we recommend the Fusion4Home 3.0.
For urban underground parkades, we recommend the Fusion5X 2.0. This model is often recommended for large residences with strong signal outside, as well.
We always recommend calling us before purchasing a booster from our site. We know of many customers who purchased the wrong one; a booster that wasn't right for their particular circumstance. Call and talk to us and we'll make sure that you get the cell phone signal booster that fits your needs perfectly.
What Are Fusion Professional's Product Specifications?
If you're interested in knowing the technical numbers, the precise specs are as follows:
- Uplink Frequency
698-716 / 776-787 / 824-849 / Ranges (MHz): 1710-1755 / 1850-1915
- Downlink Frequency
728-746 / 746-757 / 869-894 / Ranges (MHz): 1930-1995 / 2110-2155
- Max Gain
Cellular - 65 dB / PCS - 72 dB / LTE(A) - 63.5 dB / LTE(V) - 64 dB / AWS - 71 dB
- Max Uplink Power
- AC Power Transmitter
Input AC 110V, 60 Hz; Output DC 5-15V
- RF Connectors
N Female (Outside) / N Female (Inside)
- Power Consumption
What's Included In The Package?
When you order the Fusion Professional, the kit comes with the following:
Fusion Professional 50 Ohm amplifier
50 ft of low-loss SC400 coax cable
20 ft of low-loss S240 coax cable
Outdoor Yagi antenna
Indoor panel antenna
Installation is very easy, which is a hallmark of SureCall signal boosters. All setup instructions are included. And of course, if you need help you can call and speak with a live representative who will walk you through it.
How Do I Install The Fusion Professional?
The installation process is simple and similar to other SureCall Canada boosters. Keep in mind that when installing a signal booster, you need to first remember that all 3 main components - outside antenna, amplifier, and inside antenna - will all be connected with each other via coax cable. It's important to be mindful of this before you begin so you can be sure to place these 3 components in appropriate proximity of each other.
Two things need to be addressed when installing the panel antenna on the outside of the house. (1) It needs to be mounted as high as possible. And (2) it needs to point in the direction of the nearest cell tower. Your Fusion Professional comes with the working parts needed to mount the outside antenna. Make sure the location you choose allows you to feed coax cable into the house so you can connect to the amplifier. (Use the app OpenSignal to determine the direction of the nearest cell tower or reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for an in-depth analysis of your optimal tower)
Now you need to place or mount the amplifier in your home and connect it to the outside antenna via coax cable. Make sure that you've already worked everything out, including the spot you're going to put it, before drilling any holes or making things permanent. It is acceptable in most situations to secure the amplifier inside a closet, on the underside of a counter, or another place out of view, if that's what you decide to do. Use the installation accessories included in the package to secure the coax cable safely against walls, corners, etc.
Mount your inside antenna in the spot you've previously identified. This should be a spot in the room or home where strong cell signal is the highest priority. Connect this via coax cable to the amplifier.
Now all 3 main components are connected. Plug the amplifier into a power source and turn it on. That's it.
What Else Should I Know?
We recommend getting a J-Bar Antenna Mount if there's no pole where you can mount the antenna. Without a proper pole, the installation will likely be difficult or unsatisfactory for optimal booster performance.
Also recommended for many customers is a lightning surge protector. This is necessary for those who live in thunderstorm-prone areas. Without this, those who live in such an area are at greater risk of their booster being damaged. It's a weatherproof accessory that attaches between the booster and the outside antenna and protects your booster in the event of a power surge or lightning strike.
If your home, cottage, cabin, or workplace doesn't have a standard A/C wall outlet, don't worry. We have what you'll need to make it work. Click here to purchase a 12V hardwire power supply, a D/C 12V power supply, or an A/C 12V power supply.
You can purchase both of these items from SureCall Canada at the links above.
Fusion Professional Recap
Here is the new device in a nutshell:
Voice and data speeds for 4G LTE and 3G are boosted.
Multiple users can be connected to the signal at the same time
Gain attenuation is adjustable
12V power sources are required for homes that are off the grid
When it's not in use, a built-in green feature saves power by making the uplink dormant automatically
60-day money-back guarantee and a 3-year warranty
Extended signal strength measurements: 4,000-8,000 sq ft = 5 bars / 2,000-4,000 sq ft = 3-4 bars / 1,500-2,000 sq ft = 1-2 bars
Outdoor directional antenna
SC400 cables are stronger and better than traditional RG6 cables
2XP technology creates an uplink power in the Fusion Professional that leads the industry in rural area performance
New Cell Phone Signal Booster - Conclusion
Owners of the Fusion Professional have 24-hour access to SureCall Canada's acclaimed customer service. And all purchases over $50 are shipped for free. If you have more questions about this new device or any other SureCall Canada product, we'd love to hear from you. Also, when you have a positive experience with the Fusion Professional or other signal booster from SureCall, make sure to leave a review on our site, on Amazon, or both. Thanks!