Lippert Systems offers the OneControl Hotspot (formerly knowsn as Wi-Fi On the Go) as part of their overall OneControl system, which is designed to let RVers control and monitor their RV systems from the unit’s touchscreen or a smartphone.
OneControl Hotspot lets you create your own personal wireless network. It incorporates a weatherproof, low profile external cellular antenna array for increasing cellular signal range. This unit mates with SMA RG-174 coaxial cable, or has an option for a bulkhead SMA female connector. The external antenna can be permanently or temporarily mounted.
The OneControl Hotspot transfers a cellular signal to create a local area network (LAN) WiFi signal. The unit incorporates two 2.4 GHz WiFi antennas to provide LAN coverage at a longer range throughout your rig and the surrounding area.
Lippert offers two data packages with this product, based on the AT&T network. They offer a 5GB plan for $37 and a 10GB plan for $65. The data plan must be purchased through Lippert, the preinstalled SIM card in the unit is uniquely paired with the gateway that is in the kit.
Here's whats included when you purchase a OneControl Hotspot Kit:
- Externally mountable 4G cell antenna array (1)
- Portable 4G cell antennas (2)
- 2.4GHz WiFi antennas (2)
- 120V AC power supply (1)
- LCI WiFi On-the-Go router (1)
- 10’ 4G cell antenna cables (2)
- Wired 12V DC/DC power supply (1)
- #8 hex/slotted head mounting screws (6)
- LAN Cellular to Wi-Fi Router:
- External Mount Cellular Antennas:
- Ethernet Ports: 5
- 4 LAN
- 1 WAN
- SIM Type: Nano
- Power Source: 12V DC/DC or 120V AC/DC adapter
- Dimensions: 5 x 12.4 x 13 inches
- Retail Price: $358.95
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