Glomex claims that this setup allows for connectivity up to approximately 20 miles from the coast, as well as access to marina Wi-Fi when in port or anchored nearby.
The weBBoat 4G Plus employs automatic 4G/Wi-Fi switching, with Wi-Fi set as priority.
Glomex does note that in order to receive the signal from the weBBoat inside metal crafts, up to a maximum of four access points (according to your needs) must be placed inside a boat, which can then be connected to the weBBoat 4G via an Ethernet network cable.
- Model: IT1004PLUS
- Base Technology:
- Wi-Fi Router:
- Cellular Tethering via USB: No USB Port
- Integrated Cellular Modem & Antennas:
- Ethernet Ports: Yes - 4 total
- Power Source: 12-24 Vdc
- Dimensions: 12'' (diameter) x 14'' (height)
- Outdoor Rated: Yes
- Mounting: Deck or Mast
- Retail Price: $995.00
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