It is designed to run on Verizon LTE bands, includes a Wi-Fi booster, and is also advertised to catch HD TV signals.
The LTE / Wi-Fi router portion of the Access set-up will come as a snap-in option and is reported to be able to extend a LAN up to 400 feet.
This system is designed to work in tandem with Furrion’s 4G LTE prepaid data plans, which we expect will be on the Verizon network.
This system requires a 2" hole in the roof. It is soon to be a pre-installed option in many Keystone brand RVs.
This system is not yet available to the public. The Furrion Access Antenna will be available this fall with for $109.95. The Furrion LTE Wi-Fi Router will be available this Fall for $349.95. No word on whether packaging the two items to create a system will reduce costs.
Specifications - FurrionAccess
- Indoor Unit (Cellular/Wi-Fi Router):
- Outdoor Antenna Unit:
- Omni-directional antenna
- Receives: VHF, UHF, FM, AM and LTE signal
- Dimensions: 29' 'x 10'' x 8''
- Outdoor Rated: Yes - IP56
- Color: White or black
- Retail Price:
- Wi-Fi/Cellular Router: $350
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