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Furrion 4G LTE WiFi Router and Rooftop Antenna for RVs - 150 Mbps - 12V

Furrion 4G LTE WiFi Router and Rooftop Antenna for RVs - 150 Mbps - 12V

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4G LTE router and rooftop antenna connect you to the internet with pay-as-you-go data plans anywhere you go. Network auto-connects your devices and alerts you of any that are unfamiliar. Omnidirectional antenna receives signals from any direction. Lowest Prices for the best rv antennas from Furrion. Furrion 4G LTE WiFi Router and Rooftop Antenna for RVs - 150 Mbps - 12V part number FR57FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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4G LTE router and rooftop antenna connect you to the internet with pay-as-you-go data plans anywhere you go. Network auto-connects your devices and alerts you of any that are unfamiliar. Omnidirectional antenna receives signals from any direction.


  • Router and rooftop antenna provide secure, private internet reception in your RV
    • Supports WiFi, LTE, LAN (Ethernet), and GPS systems
    • Receives VHF/UHF/FM and AM frequencies
  • Nationwide, pay-as-you-go data plans connect your devices to a 4G LTE network
    • No annual fees or service contracts required
    • Plans range from 0.5GB to 10GB - 1GB free for first month
  • 4G LTE Router features a built-in firewall for a secure connection
    • Automatic connection history ensures that your devices are remembered for future connections
  • Extender lets you access high-speed WiFi within a 400' radius
    • Automatic switch moves signal between 4G and external WiFi
  • Rooftop antenna has a 360-degree range for strong and stable internet, TV, and radio signals
    • Built-in, silent amplifier boosts the signal output to minimize interference
  • Free Furrion app gives you access to your data plan and account settings
    • Compatible with iOS and Android devices
  • Antenna's lightweight, aerodynamic design helps with wind resistance
    • ASA-treated construction resists dust, water, and UV rays
  • Installs onto RV rooftop with mount base, ceiling mount bracket, and hardware
    • Antenna mounts to rooftop
    • Router slides onto ceiling mount bracket


  • Overall dimensions:
    • Antenna: 28-3/4" long x 10-1/4" wide x 8-1/8" deep
    • Base bracket: 9-9/16" long x 5-15/16" wide
    • Ceiling mounting bracket: 5-5/8" long x 5" wide x 1" deep
    • Router: 6-5/8" long x 6-11/16" wide x 1-15/16" deep
  • Operating voltage: 12V DC
  • Current consumption:
    • Antenna: 100 mA
    • Router: 1 amp
  • Booster range: 400'
    • Mbps: 10
  • Supported systems:
    • WiFi: 802.11b/g/n/ac
    • LTE: B2/B4/B13
  • Frequency range:
    • AM: 520 kHz - 1710 kHz
    • FM: 87.5 MHz - 108 MHz
    • UHF: 470 MHz - 700 MHz
    • FM/VHF: 47 MHz - 230 MHz
    • WiFi 802.11b/g/n: 2400 MHz to 2495MHz
    • WiFi 802.11ac: 5030 MHz to 5875 MHz
  • Impedance:
    • Antenna: 50 ohms
    • Router: 75 ohms
  • Signal-to-noise ratio: 106 dB
  • IP rating: IP56
  • Router operating temperature: -4 F to 104 F
  • 1-Year warranty

Furrion's 4G LTE WiFi router and rooftop antenna provide you with strong, stable internet, TV, and radio signals in your RV. With Furrion's pay-as-you-go data plans, you can pick up 4G LTE for your devices while on the move, similar to how your cell phone data plan works. The network account is private and secure and can be accessed and managed through the free Furrion app.

Rooftop Antenna

Omnidirectional antennas radiate power equally in all directions. This makes it easier to pull in signals from anywhere, no matter which direction your adventures take you. With Furrion's rooftop antenna, the dual-antenna wing is not only omnidirectional, but also includes a built-in amplifier. The amplifier acts as a booster and minimizes interference with the incoming signals, providing strong and stable signals to your electronic devices.

The internal design of the antenna features Surface Mount Technology (SMT) and micro-electronics. This means that the circuits and electronics used are smaller, printed directly onto both sides of the circuit board, utilizing more space. This allows Furrion to insert better, stronger electronics.

The durable construction of the antenna is lightweight and aerodynamic. Even though it is not retractable, the design will help cut down on wind resistance. It also has an IP65 rating, which means it is resistant to dust, water, and UV rays.

4G LTE WiFi Router

The Furrion router connects you to the internet primarily through 4G LTE signals, but you can also tap into external WiFi and save your data for when you are in more remote areas. The automatic switch can be activated to move between 4G and WiFi whenever you come in contact with external WiFi signals.

The router also supports LAN (Ethernet) and GPS systems, and receives VHF, UHF, FM, and AM frequencies.

Furrion App and Data Plans

The Furrion app - available for iOS and Android devices - lets you access your account and manage your data plan. The data plans are pay-as-you-go, which means that you have the ability to add to your plan month by month, allowing you to decide how much data you need for your travels. These plans are available nationwide and do not require annual or service contracts.

Furrion Data Plans

Please note: the WiFi router will only accept Furrion Access data plans. Any other networks will not be able to connect to the router.


Many new RVs today have Furrion's rooftop antenna pre-installed. But if your RV does not have this antenna already, adding it to your setup is simple.

If you do not have a hole from an existing antenna, drill a hole approximately 2 inches in diameter to feed the antenna wires through. The antenna wing detaches from the mounting base so you can easily attach the base to the rooftop and then reattach the wing. On the inside of your RV, the mounting bracket installs onto the ceiling, and the detachable box slides off so you can slide on the router. That's all it takes to power on the router, and if you want to completely turn it off, simply remove it from the ceiling mount bracket.

405158ET Furrion Access RV 4G LTE Router w/ WiFi Extender - 150 Mbps

405159ET Furrion Omnidirectional Rooftop RV Antenna - 12V

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Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Furrion Access Router Rooftop Antenna Installation

inaudible 00:00:01 with etrailer.com. Today I have a 2007 Fleetwood Bounder motor home. Now I want to walk through how to install the Furrion 4G, LTE digital antenna.This is what it's going to look like when it's installed. When we think about putting an antenna on our RV or camper, sometimes we think about the older ones, ones that flip up. The problem with those is a tend to limit you on signal. So the new antennas that are coming out are 12 volt powered.

They have have amplifiers built into them so it gives you a wider range when you're farther away from TV towers, to give you a better signal. This is going to be a dual antenna so we're going to have antennas on both sides. As I mentioned, it's going to have a booster in it. I'm sorry, an amplifier in it. So it's going to boost the signal to limit how much interference you get when you're trying to get that signal for your TV.

You can see it's very low profile. It's not like the other ones that stand up really high when you have the crank them on the inside. Once you get it installed like this, you don't have to do anything with it. You're going to have it connected to the wiring. You just turn on your TV and search your channels.It's going to give you 360 degrees of coverage.

So instead of your other antenna, pulling it up and may only give you certain directions, this gives you 360 degrees all the way around. So no matter where that signal is coming from, this antenna is going to catch it.With this antenna, having the built-in amplifier, it's going to give you double the strength of a regular antenna. It's going to work with VHF, UHF, FM, and AM, not only TV, but radio. Also it's compatible with Furrion's WiFi router. The WiFi router, you can buy the inaudible 00:01:58 kit.

You can buy just the antenna or you can buy the antenna with the WiFi router. What the WiFi router does is it gives you WiFi while you're on the go. That's a pay as you go plan. You can get anywhere from 0.5 gigabytes up to 10 gigabyte plans.The antenna itself is going to be a durable plastic design. You can see very aerodynamic, again, low-profile, sits fairly close to the roof. It's kind of got a wing look to it so it really cuts down on wind resistance while we're traveling. Now, you can see here with our new antenna installed, we are getting channels. We did a channel scan and we've got about 22 channels, which we can probably get more if we we're actually outside. We're actually inside of a metal building. So that just shows you how good the antenna works, how good it's receiving a signal from outside of this building.This is what the inside plate is going to look like on the base side or the bottom side of our antenna. This is where you would connect your WiFi router if you decided to go that route, or even if you wanted to pick up the WiFi router later, you simply slide off the cover and then you slide your WiFi router in place, push the on button, and then it's ready to go once you have your plan set up. Again, the plan is pay as you go. There's no contracts. Also the antenna is 12 volts. So once you install the antenna, you're going to have to find a 12 volt power source. We just happened to have a light right here that we're able to feed off of that.As far as the installation, it's pretty simple. The hardest part about it is going to be cleaning off any of the old sealant from the old antenna once you get it removed. Other than that, everything else is straightforward. Couple of easy connections to make. Now we've gone over some of the features, let's walk through how to get it installed. To start our installation, we need to remove our old antenna. I've already removed the handle on the inside. It's just the basic Allen wrench. Take the handle off. The handle and the spring will come down and then there's a plastic ring. Take the screws out and that'll come off your ceiling on the inside. Then we need to come up top and we need to remove the antenna itself. As we have some sealer, we're going to need to remove that. I want to make sure we remove it from the rooftop, not just from around the screws, because we're going to need to reseal the new one.When you're doing this, you want to make sure use a plastic putty knife and try not to stretch your top or rip it. Get it off around the screws first. We'll go ahead and get our antenna loosened up and then we'll come back and we'll get the rest of it off of there. I'm going to take our wrench or socket, remove the screws that are holding it in place.Now your new Furrion antenna is not going to come with new hardware. These are not going to be long enough. So we are going to be replacing those with some longer ones. Once we get all of the screws out, what we don't want to do is we don't want to take this and just move back and forth because it'll start stretching the top. What we're going to do is we're going to clean off the sealant, along this edge, all the way around it. Now it's probably going to have.Not probably, it may have some sealant on the bottom of it also. So again, once we get this off, we just want to be careful so we don't stretch out our top.Once you get it cleared off the edge, you're going to take your putty knife and we're going to kind of work it under the edge. Now we're going to work this antenna off the sealant that's underneath until we get it loose. So once we get part of it loose, again, we don't just want to take it and pull it off. We're going to lift it up and we're going to work our putty knife underneath like this until we get it loose. We need to remove this cable to remove our old antenna and make sure you hold onto this wire. Before we install our new antenna, we need to make sure we remove all of this, at least as much as we possibly can because we're going to be putting new stuff down. Let's take our putty knife. Again you want to be careful with this so we don't tear our top.This butyl tape here is going to be pretty sticky, it maybe a little bit harder to get off than the sealer. So we'll get off as much as we can make sure we don't leave any big humps in there so when we put our new stuff on you don't potentially get a leak. When you're taking it off, you're going to get some stretch out of it. You just want to try to minimize how much you stretch that. Again we're not going to get all this off. We want to try to get it to where it is as flat as possible so we don't have any gaps when we put our new stuff on.Once you've got your roof as clean as you can get it, your kit is also not going to come with this. I highly recommend it. It's called butyl tape. You can find it here at etrailer.com. What we're going to do, we're going to run it right along this edge. You want to make sure we're covering up the screw holes. What's going to happen is when we set it down, as we drive our screw through the butyl tape, it's going to catch onto that butyl tape. It's going to pull it into the hole to help seal it.Once you get all your butyl tape on, pull off her paper, we're going to take the TV antenna, go ahead and make our connection there. And we're going to take the rest of these. We're just going to push them right down into that hole. I want to make sure that this rounded piece the rounded portion of our base is facing towards the front. The flat side is facing towards the back. Once we get it on, once we get it set in place, we can take our new hardware and mount it with screws. Make sure we don't over-tighten it. We don't want to crack that base. We're going to have three holes around the front and four in the back.After we get our antenna mounted, what we're going to do is we're going to come back with some self leveling sealant. This is also not going to come in your kit. This is by the LaSalle Bristol. You can see they had white on here. I'm actually going to switch it off for beige so it kind of matches the top in the sides of the camper. What the self-loving sealants going to do is as we put it on, we're going to cover our screw holes. We're going to do a bead on top and a bead up on along the edge here. What it's going to do is going to flatten out and kind of spread out so make sure it covers the screws and that edge.So now we don't only have protection underneath with the butyl tape, we're also going to have it on top with the self leveler. Once we've got all of our sealer on, we want to make sure that sits for 24 to 48 hours without any rain. You want to make sure again, once you put it on, you don't just go driving down the road because the stuff is soft and it will fall off. So what it's going to do over time, over the 24 to 48 hours, it's going to really start to settle and smooth out. It's going to widen out to make sure you got good coverage over the base and over the seam around the edge, on the bottom of the base, where it's attached to the roof. Now that we're done with the outside, let's go inside and get the base put on.On the inside, we're going to have this base that we need to mount to the ceiling. We need to slide the inside out like that. We're going to hang on to that cover. We're going to have these two cables that are going to connect to our antenna. We're going to have these two wires are going to be our power and ground. Now for our power and ground, we need to find a power and ground source, 12 volts. I have a light here. What I'm going to do is I'm going to remove the light and I'm going to extend these wires over so I can connect them with that 12 volt power source. Now, when you make that connection, you want to make sure you disconnect any power coming from your batteries.So we'll start with these. We're just going to match our colors. Each one has a yellow and black mark on it. We'll just match it up. Put then together like that. Now, obviously these two wires are not going to be long enough to get over here. So what I'm going to do is extend them. I just found some black and red wire that I had laying around the shop here, put a couple butt connectors on it, and that'll allow me to extend these. Cut these down a little bit. We'll take our extensions with our butt connector, feed them in place and trim them down. Make sure they've got a good hold. We'll do that same thing with the red wire.Now what I'm going to do before I run those in, I'm going to go ahead and run some electrical tape around those, just to kind of help hold the wires in and help protect them a little bit more. And then with our light down, I'm going to go ahead and cut the wires. You can see up here, they have a plug, so I'm actually going to leave the plug there because I can't get the wires pulled down to actually remove that plug off there. We're going to cut it down here. We're actually going to be installing a different light here. We're going to be replacing them with led lights. So I won't be putting that one back up, but I do need the power source. So now I need to get my extended wires from my antenna over here. I found a hole that runs right through the foam right here, probably where this other wires running. I'm using an airline tube, push this through here, pull that out. And then what I'll do is I'll take these two, attach them right on the end here and that will allow me to pull them through and then I can make my connection there.Now strip these back, connecting to these wires, keep in mind, I'm putting a new light up here. So what we're going to do is we're going to connect our black to white and red is power. So we're going to be like this. Make sure you connect them on the same side so that when we put our new light in, we can connect them on the other side.So now we've got our wires, we've got them on the new light. However, I don't know for sure if I'm going to be putting this one here or not. You see it's a little bit smaller, but we did make our connections. To test it out, we're going to turn on our battery power, make sure our wires are connected correctly. And then we can finish installing the base to the antenna.So it looks like we have power so we're good there. Now that we know we have power, we'll go ahead, get all of our wires tucked up inside here. We won't be using these. Those are for your wireless router, which you can purchase separately. You can find it here at etrailer.com and it'll slide right onto the base here. And we'll take our two mounting screws get it mounted to the ceiling there, take your cap right on.Once you have all your power connected, the next thing you're going to do is run a channel scan. Keep in mind if you're in an area that you're far away from TV antenna or a tower, you may not get as many channels as you normally would if you we're close to it, that's going to happen with any antenna that you have. With this antenna itself, this is a Omni directional so it's 360 degrees, which is going to give you a lot better connectivity to different towers than with just a regular antenna. Once you run your channel scan, if you find your channels, you're ready to go.That's going to do it for looking at an installation on the Furrion LTE digital antenna on a 2007 Fleetwood Bounder.

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Furrion 4G LTE WiFi Router and Rooftop Antenna for RVs - 150 Mbps - 12V - FR57FR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

4G LTE router and rooftop antenna connect you to the internet with pay-as-you-go data plans anywhere you go. Network auto-connects your devices and alerts you of any that are unfamiliar. Omnidirectional antenna receives signals from any direction.

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  • Will the Furrion 4G LTE WiFi Router and Rooftop Antenna Improve My Cellular Signal
    I may have a solution for you, but the only way to boost your cellular signal would be through your carrier and in a lot of instances if the area you're camping doesn't generally have good service, a booster isn't going to do much. With that said, the Furrion 4G LTE WiFi Router and Rooftop Antenna for RVs - 150 Mbps - 12V # FR57FR is a good addition for your coach since it will provide you with 4G LTE signal outside of what your cell provider can do; there will be instances where the cellular...
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  • Does the Furrion WIFI Antenna Replace My HDTV Antenna
    You won't be able to use your King Jack HDTV antenna to pick up the signal of the Furrion 4G LTE WiFi Router # FAN17B8B, so you will need to use the Furrion antenna # FR57FR in order to get the most out of the signal on this unit. It's not required, but it definitely will help you get better 4G LTE reception on this unit. You can still leave your King Jack HDTV antenna installed to provide you with your OTA television signal, but the Furrion # FR57FR also serves that purpose if needs...
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  • Internet Compatibility for RV LED TV
    The Jensen LED RV TV - 1080P - 3 HMDI - 110 Volts - 50" Screen # JE5015 is not a smart tv, meaning you would need to connect another device to the HDMI input to get that access. That could be a laptop, Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, etc. I use Roku with my TVs and it plugs right into one of the HDMI ports and the USB port for power so it would work well with this Jensen TV. You will need to have WIFI Accessibility to utilize a device like that. Some will use their phone as a hotspot,...
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  • Can I Use a Furrion Access RV 4G LTE Router with a Winegard Antenna
    I have a solution for you to use the Furrion Access RV 4G LTE Router w/ WiFi Extender - 150 Mbps # FAN17B8B, but it is not compatible with Winegard, or any other manufacturer's antennas. For this reason you would need to install the Furrion Omnidirectional Rooftop RV Antenna - 12V # FAN73B7C if you wanted to use the Furrion Access system. You can get them paired together with the Furrion 4G LTE WiFi Router and Rooftop Antenna for RVs - 150 Mbps - 12V # FR57FR, which is the router and...
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