It is designed to run on Verizon LTE bands, includes a Wi-Fi booster, and is also advertised to receive HD TV signals.
The LTE / Wi-Fi router portion of the Access set-up will come as a snap-in option and is reportedly able to extend a LAN up to 400 feet.
This system is designed to work in tandem with Furrion’s 4G LTE pay-as-you-go data plans on the Verizon network. Pricing varies from $6-30 per GB depending on how much you buy, which is pricey compared to other options available.
This system requires a 2" hole in the roof. It is a pre-installed option in many Keystone brand RVs.
- Model Number:
- Router Specs:
- # of Connected Devices:
- Wi-Fi Router:
- Control Panel and Default Password:
- Control Panel Access: 192.168.0.1 with subnet 255.255.255.0
- Default Password: Username: admin and Password: admin
- USB Tethering Support:
- Ethernet Ports: 2x Gigabit
- Cellular Modem Specs:
- Outdoor Antenna Unit:
- Omni-directional antenna
- Receives: VHF, UHF, FM, AM and LTE signal
- Color: White or black
- Router: 6 5/8" x 6 5/8" x 1"
- Antenna: 29" x 10" x 8"
- Other Ports: USB
- Power Source: 12V DC
- Outdoor Rated: Yes (antenna)
- Special Features:
- Retail Price:
- Wi-Fi/Cellular Router: $378.95
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