(as of Jul 23,2021 22:18:40 UTC – Details)
Live your RV travel life to the fullest with the weBoost Connect RV 65 cell signal booster. The Connect RV 65 is designed to overcome cell connectivity coverage challenges while parked at campsites or other remote locations with its unparalleled 5-band cellular connectivity. The Connect RV 65 offers 24.6 dBm uplink power, to 12.1 dBm downlink power, and up to 65 dB max gain to provide everyone inside your RV with reliable coverage on all U.S. networks and carriers such as Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular. All components needed to install the Connect RV 65 are included in one package such as two power options, an AC/DC wall power supply and hardwire power supply, and easy-to-follow instructions. Just in case you have any questions, our friendly U.S.-based customer service is here to support you. The weBoost Connect RV 65 will amplify cell signal from available bands 4, 5, 12/17, 13 and 2.
CARRIER COMPATIBILITY— With multi-user functionality, everyone in your RV can enjoy stronger cell signal from all U.S. networks and carriers such as Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular
IMPRESSIVE RANGE — Powerful outside directional antenna on a 25’-tall telescoping pole maximizes signal reception from the nearest cell tower. Only takes 10 minutes to set up and take down the pole and outside antenna when parked.
5G COMPATIBLE–All weBoost products continue to support the latest in 5G technology, working seamlessly within a 5G network to deliver the best cell signal possible
LONGER BATTERY LIFE — The Connect RV 65 provides stronger cell service with less battery power consumption for up to 2 hours of additional talk time
TOOL-FREE INSTALLATION — Designed for DIY installation, with all the necessary components in one package with easy-to-follow instructions.
FCC APPROVED — The booster is compliant with the requirements of the standards applied. FCC certification number: PWO460020. Approved to operate on frequency bands 12, 13, 5, 4, 2, without interrupting or harming any cell carriers’ signals to and from the cell tower.