Surecall 4G Fusion-5s | 980558

Rated 4.47 out of 5 based on 17 customer ratings
(17 customer reviews)

This Fusin-5s is the mini Cooper version of Surecall Fusion5 to cover 5000 sq ft of indoor coverage. Make crispier calls and widen the coverage area indoors!


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Product Description

The Fusion-5s is the mini cooper version of SureCall’s Fusion-5. It is like a miniature version of the Fusion 5 for smaller area up to 6000 Sq ft. The Fusion 5s like the Fusion 5 is pre-approved by carrier and FCC to operate in US and Canada without any consent from the carriers or local operators.

Key Features

  • The Fusion-5s boosts 2g,3g and 4g data signal for all carriers
  • Built like the Fusion 5 with aluminum body that runs the amplifier humming at optimal conditions
  • Eliminates all the dead zones you have experienced in the past
  • Automatic built-in surge protection keeps the amplifier from tripping. However if lightning is expected more than usual in your location, the extra gas fused surge protector is recommended
  • Lets your phone operate in optimum signal, adds additional 2-hours battery life
  • US customer support and technical assistance you can depend on

What’s Included

All you need to install a complete system is included with instructions and phone support if required.

  • Fusion-5s amplifier with power adapter
  • Directional Yagi antenna for outdoors
  • A ceiling mount dome antenna that can be mounted either on ceiling or wall
  • 75ft, 30ft, and a 2ft LMR 400 low loss jumper cable to connect
  • A detailed instruction on how to install and US based customer support



Other Local providers who are affiliated with the major cell phone carriers listed below are covered as well.

AllTell2G Voice3G Data4G LTE4G HSPA+
AT & T2G Voice3G Data3G Data4G HSPA+4G LTE
Sprint PCS2G Voice3G Data4G HSPA+4G LTE
T-mobile2G Voice3G Data4G HSPA+4G LTE
US Cellular2G Voice3G Data4G HSPA+4G LTE
Verizon2G Voice3G Data4G HSPA+4G LTE

How it works


Frequency 698-716 / 728-746 / 746-757 / 776-787 / 824-849 / 869-894 / 1850-1910 / 1930-1990 / 1910-1915 / 1990-1995 / 1710-1755 / 2110-2155
Input Impedance 50 Ohm
Average Gain 65dB
Maximum Gain 72dB
VSWR <2:0
Standard Supported CDMA / WCDMA,GSM,EDGE,TDMA AMP etc.
AC Power Transformer Input AC110V,60Hz; Output DC 12-6V
Cable LMR400 or CM400 recommended
RF connectors N Female connectors on both ends
This is a CONSUMER device. BEFORE USE, you MUST REGISTER THIS DEVICE with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You MUST operate this device with approv3ed antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider. WARNING. E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device. Please note, the four largest carriers, namely, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint, and more than 90 regional carriers have given a blanket consent to all boosters meeting the new certification standards.

17 reviews for Surecall 4G Fusion-5s

  1. 4 out of 5


    This product seems to be an awe-inspiring product. It has literally stopped the trouble of dropped calls and has increased the download speed remarkably. This product is very easy to install and another whole advantage of this unit is that it has a much better built being all-aluminium and the exterior Yagi has higher gain.

  2. 5 out of 5


    If you want to boost signal in all your rooms in the house – Do not think twice and get this product right away. It is said that the larger Home 4G kit can go up to 5,000 square feet which is no less than a perfect signal. It works as wells as described and marketed.

  3. 5 out of 5


    This product has a very easy installation and this procedure is little crucial. If improperly installed it can interfere with cellular signals and can as well hinder neighbors cell signal. One can easily give 4 stars and above for the product otherwise.

  4. 4 out of 5


    Great product and in fact the best communication device. It has made the calls and messaging so easy because of the tremendous signal speed it provides top its customers.

  5. 3 out of 5


    This troubleshooting product provides some degree of distinction between the two adjacent LTE carriers which is an important point to be noted and appreciated. The LED indicators are very much informative but one drawback being what the various LED flash patterns really mean.

  6. 5 out of 5


    This way too impressive product brought about a drastic change in the signal strength. Barely any signal or no signal had improved to way too good signal. This product seems to be an awe-striking product. It has literally stopped the trouble of dropped calls and has increased the download speed remarkably.

  7. 4 out of 5


    I’ve been utilizing signal boosters as a part of my home for quite a while now – and the innovation has made some amazing progress in that time!

    When you read surveys, you’ll normally find that most commentators can be categorized as one of these three gatherings:

    Group#1: It works awesome; my entire house now has 5 bars of scope!

    Group#2: It works OK ideal around the indoor reception antenna – however, the range isn’t extremely far…

    Group#3: This sucks; it doesn’t do anything by any means!

    It takes more work to be in gathering #1; however, the exertion is unquestionably justified, despite all the trouble! In this audit, will experience my involvement with the offer to ideally help anyone who is thinking about obtaining this.

    [*** Outdoor Coverage ***]

    The principal thing to remember with these boosters is that they are endeavouring to bring the outside cell signal into your home. Thus, on the off chance that you don’t have a decent signal outside, this supporter pack wouldn’t get you much – and you’ll twist up unequivocally in Group #3.

    Truly, on the off chance that you stroll outside and don’t have a phone signal, you shouldn’t attempt this.

    For my situation, we have a brilliant obstruction in our storage room that is extraordinary for utilities – however, slaughters our indoor cell signal. Without the booster, we were fortunate to have any signal at all in the house, despite the fact that there was an extremely strong 4-5 bar motion in the yard. Therefore, we’re the ideal contender for this sort of booster.

    [*** Antenna Separation ***]

    For individuals who do have a strong signal outside, the greatest thing that partitions individuals in Group #2 from those in Group #1 is the measure of detachment between the indoor and outdoor antennas.

    It’s anything but difficult to fall into the trap of deduction possibly another indoor reception antennas will help your scope; be that as it may, as a general rule, an ideal approach to support scope is to just expand the division between the indoor and outdoor antennas.

    The reason detachment is so critical is on account of the indoor promoter reception antenna signal can really achieve the outside receiving antennas and cause input that closes down the entire framework. Accordingly, the indoor booster will identify the input and turn down its own particular power – which diminishes the indoor range fundamentally.

    There are a few things you can do to expand the partition between the receiving antennas:

    1) This unit incorporates a directional reception antenna; and, despite the fact that it’s somewhat harder to point it, it increases the detachment fundamentally since it’s gone for the phone tower and has a tendency to not “see” your indoor booster receiving antennas.

    Remember that the cell organizes in the U.S. is developing rapidly, so you may need to re-point your receiving antennas intermittently if another cell tower comes online in your general vicinity.

    2) The physical separation between the indoor and outside receiving antennas is basic, yet protecting materials work far superior to outdoors space. For my situation, the brilliant boundary really works to support me since it gives more prominent partition between the indoor and open air units.

    3) Coax link quality likewise has a major effect since you can have some criticism from the indoor signal through the cajole link on the off chance that you utilize an ineffectively protected link. Luckily, this pack gives a decent link – not at all like a portion of alternate units I’ve upset.

    Giving great partition between the indoor and outside receiving antennas is unquestionably more work; in any case, it really makes a tremendous distinction to the viability of this booster!

    [*** Conclusion ***]

    For me, this has been a completely stunning promoter!

    Without the booster, we were fortunate to have any signal in the house by any means – with steady missed calls; or, being compelled to talk out in the yard. Anyone taking a gander at this item most likely knows precisely what I’m discussing. :)

    We have a 2-story/3,000 square foot home – and this booster covers the whole house with a strong 5-bar signal!

    In the event that you have a decent cell motion outside, and will take an evening to get this introduced effectively, then I would prescribe try it attempt.

  8. 4 out of 5


    Finally, I have this installed. It took time not because it is hard to do though. I got somewhat near 3 to 4 bars average on the main floor. I purchased a phone that best suits my carrier but still I had no bars without this product. I would highly recommend this product for its quality and customer service.

  9. 5 out of 5


    I went through various products before going for it. They took some time for installation but the instructions were very clear to follow and the results were completely satisfactory. This is best suited for anyone living around rural areas. I faced drop in calls and signals in front of our window and now I could sense a feel of relief and great signal in every room I enter. Loved this product totally.

  10. 5 out of 5


    You have to simply put the booster in a window ledge. Regularly, I have around 1 bar. When we connected it to, my phone instantly went up to 4 bars all through our home. It has eased so much disappointment and I couldn’t be more joyful with the lift of the Flare that gives my signal

  11. 4 out of 5


    I have ordered this booster and it reached my home after a couple of days. It came with a very hefty set of cables and a couple of antenna – a directional outside and a dome inside. I prefer dome antenna instead of the panel, cause it goes on your ceiling and does not look out of place on the wall like the panel antennas are, does a decent job of voice and data boost with the outdoor signal of 1 bar. The amplifier do get hot and need to be in a basement or some place cooler.

  12. 4 out of 5


    Initially I have 3 bars on my cell phone. After installation I expected to achieve at least 4 bars inside the house. Maybe, a one bar gain on my cell phone at the site of my outside antenna and some 2-3 bars gain just near the inside antenna. But to my dismay I got very poor signal in and out. So I enquired for the problem and it was explained that it was due to the strong outside signal and the booster was giving a feedback to the internal antenna cause of too strong a signal. Installed it in another location and now it works well.

  13. 5 out of 5


    My residence is surrounded by metal clad in a hilly, rural area. The standard LTE is 2 bars. It also took a whole a lot of time to fix the sweet spot and we finally placed the booster. It is working wonders inside my home after its new arrival and I am totally in awe with this product. Definitely worth the cost.

  14. 5 out of 5


    AT&T must have changed the towers or did some to the network for their 5g upgrade , the cell phone signal dropped and the 4G data was bad as well. Download speed used to be 8MB/S and dropped to 4 MB/S and fluctuated quite a bit. Called the good folks here and they somehow figured that our bandwidths have changed or some adjustments that i am not quite sure what? Any ways got recommended this very kit as a solution and pretty much installed it myself and wallah we got signal !

  15. 4 out of 5


    We had an older model of this signal booster, I believe it was the CM-2000 if i am not mistaken. It worked fine for 3 years until one day this past month and hoped it was something simple. Made a few calls and visited a forum to finds out that these boosters don’t work if the cell phone company make changes to their tower and apparently a lot of that is going on lately with the cell companies getting ready for 5G. Went ahead and got this one since the previous model worked so well and we have very sketchy signal at best. Happy with the results , we were able to just replace the amplifier unit and leave the exiting antennas in place which was convenient but wished the previous model could have lasted a few more years, other then that pretty happy with the results.

  16. 5 out of 5


    I purchased this for a cabin near Turtle bay , we get signal from time to time and on over cast days the wind knocks the cell connection down. The setup was straight forward, since we already have a TV antenna, the outdoor antenna was easy to install and the rest was plug and play.

  17. 5 out of 5


    We got This system for one of our metal workshops where we had very limited signal due to the metal roof that was to take for the signal to penetrate. when we open the box we knew right away that this was a well-made system that could do the job just by looking at the construction. we got up on the roof and install the yagi antenna which took a little bit of finagling at first but then my husband downloaded an app that let us know where the best signal was from looking at our phone once we had that down we figured the direction that the outdoor antenna needs to be mounted and routed the cable that came with it into the metal Workshop. from there on it was a straightforward hooking up the cable to the amplifier and the indoor antenna. once we turn the system on our signals went up from 2 bars 5 bars at once. we have had a signal booster before and it stopped working after 2 years without being a lightning struck the outdoor antenna so we bought and lightning protector for this system and install it as what well worth the money and the time spent to install it

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