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The weBoost Drive 4G-X RV comes in a series of boxes that make it easy to plan the installation. Instructions are simple, direct and ideal for do-it-yourselfers.
The antenna was installed on the ladder, the cable was routed through the hole, and the cover was placed and sealed. Zip-tie clamps attach the cable neatly to the trailer, with a loop for runoff so moisture can’t get into the wall.
The base unit was wired to the 12-volt DC system, so it is always on; a solar-charging system prevents battery discharge. When the trailer is in storage, the power cord is unplugged from the base unit, but a power switch could have been installed or the 120-volt AC adaptor could have been plugged into an adjacent receptacle.
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