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7 September 2023
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Teleco introduces new WI-FI router so RV users can access the internet just like a home

Teleco’s new WLT24EX Wi-Fi Router for caravans and motorhomes lets you connect to the Internet just like at home by using 3G/4G networks and, where available, wireless networks on campsites or in other public areas

There are several ways to access the Internet while in an RV, from the simple smartphone to ‘on the go’ solutions offered by mobile service providers, but the most practical option is undoubtedly

Having a Wi-Fi router in an RV, ensures there’s always a wireless network available to connect all your devices: smartphones, tablets, computers, smart TVs and more – just like at home.

Thanks to its expertise and experience in this sector, Teleco has launched its new WLT24EX Wi-Fi Router that uses 3G and 4G cellular telephony to make the Internet available both inside the vehicle and in its immediate vicinity.

The most important new feature of this product is that it can capture Wi-Fi networks in the vicinity (e.g. campsites or bar/restaurants next to which the vehicle is parked): those signals are amplified so users can connect without resorting to using cellular data, which often has limited gigabytes of traffic. When the new WLT24EX Wi-Fi Router receives a mobile phone signal it uses it to create a Wi-Fi network inside the vehicle,

The WLT24EX Wi-Fi Router uses a cellular SIM card (not supplied), available from any mobile service provider.

If in areas where the 3G or 4G telephone signal is weak, the WLT24EX Wi-Fi Router can be combined with the optional TA095 external antenna. This ensures optimal reception of even weak mobile signals. Alternatively, signal reception can be improved by installing the Teleco-Connect Wing-LAN 11 antenna: in addition to improved 3G, 4G, 5G and LTE telephone signal reception, the antenna can also receive DVB-T2 TV and DAB+ radio bands. With just one antenna, users can capture all the signals needed for entertainment on an RV.

To manage the connection and the functions, the WLT24EX Wi-Fi Router provides an interface: accessible via a simple Internet browser, this lets the user set the credentials and manage available networks. The new router can be powered directly by the on-board 12V system without any need for external power supplies or transformers.