arrow_forwardThis durable parabolic antenna receives a distant available WiFi signal about 1/2 mile away (max. range is about 3 miles*). When connected to our CC Vector it repeats a new WiFi signal in a dead zone like your barn, shop, office, or other building. It works with ALL devices. Range depends on obstructions, signal strength and speed of the network you are connecting to. It is a good long range WiFi solution for connecting a remote location to a distant router and saving Internet expenses.
arrow_forwardThe system uses a directional 15 dBi parabolic antenna which reduces interference from other WiFi networks. The heavy-duty antenna with stainless hardware mounts outdoors (mast not included) to a fixed location and then is wired to the CC Vector inside. The CC Vector then delivers a new reliable WiFi signal to a new area for all types of devices.
arrow_forwardIt repeats a WiFi Signal to Multiple Devices such as: gaming consoles, Windows, Android, Apple, iPhone and Smart TVs, internet radios and more. There are also two available Ethernet jacks on the CC Vector for hard wiring additional computers or routers. It uses the most popular long distance 2.4 GHz WiFi band. The setup is simple and easy for basic computer users plus you have U.S. based support by C. Crane.
arrow_forwardThe CC Vector Long Range is capable of supporting two users watching SD (standard definition) quality Netflix or several users browsing the internet simultaneously. As distance is increased, speed is reduced. Up to 150Mbs connection rate using 802.11n. Includes the Super USB WiFi Antenna 3, CC Vector WiFi Repeater, AC Power Adapter, 15’ USB Split Cable, 18” Ethernet Cable, Suction Cups and Hanging Lanyard.
arrow_forwardIncludes the CC X Mile Long Range WiFi Receiver, CC Vector WiFi Repeater, AC Power Adapter, 30' USB Split Cable, Stainless Steel hardware for mounting, Sealant and Silicone Grease. Mast not included. Note: There is normally enough speed and bandwidth for several users except for high bandwidth demands. All WiFi repeaters and extenders reduce speed because they move the data twice.