WiFiRanger, a supplier of RV connectivity and control solutions, announced the availability of multiple roof-top and internal connectivity solutions, filling out its Vehicle Connectivity Integration System (VCIS) strategy with options for all RV markets and vehicle types.
“We’ve heard our OE and aftermarket customers tell us that one size does not fit all styles of RVs and customers. This new offering extends our solution set, allowing an upgradeable platform spanning from value packed to extreme connectivity,” stated CEO Kelly Hogan, CEO & Product Visionary, WiFiRanger
The new offering includes the Teton, Denali, and Everest high-performance roof-top platforms. Features include:
• The Teton system includes high-performance Wi-Fi boosting, with a drop in LTE modem option, positioned at competitive price point.
• Denali extends the outdoor Wi-Fi power capabilities further with five times the power of competing systems for better range and throughput, built in Cat 4 rooftop extended range LTE modem with integrated GPS.
• The Everest platform offers outdoor dual chain, 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz high power Wi-Fi, an integrated Cat 6 multi carrier LTE modem, a second slot for an additional LTE modem, USB 3.0 connection for up to Cat 20 LTE & 5G futures, and up to 64GB storage of telemetry data.
All offerings are delivered in the flexible converge enclosure, and offer simple “tray swap” upgrades allowing owners to improve their systems simply and effectively with no changes to the enclosure. Each system ships with the TetherPoint wire harness which facilitates locating an LTE unit conveniently within a vast array of floor plans and easy addition of indoor TetherPoint routers to extend capabilities in the future.
Complementing the outdoor platforms are new indoor TetherPoint routers, including:
• Poplar includes a powerful 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi radio, while Aspen includes both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz (AC1200 WiFi) broadcast capability.
• Sequoia offers high-power 2.4Ghz & 5Ghz radios, (AC1200 WiFi) up to two additional LTE embedded modems, USB 3.0 port for up to Cat 20 and 5G futures, and a USB 2.0 port for tethering multiple handheld devices.