“4G Connect is a new 2G/3G/4G (LTE) internet access solution for use afloat. It utilises the latest MIMO technology with dual antennas for fast, long range access and incorporates a full function wifi router.”
4G Connect is a new 2G/3G/4G (LTE) internet access solution for use afloat. It utilises the latest MIMO technology with dual antennas for fast, long range access and incorporates a full function wifi router so multiple devices can connect wirelessly. There is also a wired LAN port and WAN port – for connection to high power wifi devices or satellite modems.
The Standard model has built in antennas which will provide good performance when in port.
4G Connect has an easy to use interface. It is SIM unlocked so users are free to use any cellular provider they choose.
Operation is simple – turn on, connect to the password protected wifi hotspot that 4G Connect creates and your device is online. Digital Yacht’s WL510 high power wifi solution can also be connected to the WAN port for a choice between hotspot wifi and 4G connectivity. iKommunicate can also connect to the LAN port providing boat NMEA data on the wifi network for use with navigation apps.
You can download a full presentation of the 4G Connect by clicking here.
|•9-30v DC (<5W)
•-40 to +75 C
•Main unit: 180 x125 x 55mm (ex antennas)
|•4G(LTE) CAT 4 up to 70Mbps
•Class 3 Modem with up to 25dBm output
•Support for B1/B3/B5/B7/B8/B20 LTE FDD bands
•Support for B38/B40/B41 TDD bands
•Dual MIMO antennas
•850/900/2100 MHz Max 42Mbps (HSPA+ download)
•900/1800 MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE (Class 12 device)
|Interfaces||•1 x LAN 10/100 Ethernet Port
•1 x WAN 10/100 Ethernet Port
•1 x WiFi 802.11b/g/n with 64/128 bit WEP/WPA/WPA2 encryption
You can download the 4G Connect manual by clicking here.
“4G Connect Pro is a new 2G/3G/4G (LTE) internet access solution for use afloat. The Pro model uses two external antennas for optimum speed and range and also incorporates a full function wifi router.”
“The Kickstarter funded success story that is enabling the Internet of Things Afloat.”