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Digital Yacht iKConnect Wi-Fi Router

Digital Yacht iKConnect Wi-Fi Router
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iKConnect Wi-Fi Router

"The perfect mini router for our USB WL70 Long Range Wi-Fi adaptor or our latest iKommunicate Signal K Gateway"

iKConnect is a compact but powerful wireless router that provides a cost effective way to setup a wireless network on your boat. With direct connection to the boat's 12v DC, high gain 5dB antenna and a small foot-print, simple to install black box, iKConnect can be easily fitted to any vessel.

Pre-configured and optimised for use with our USB WL70 Long Range Wi-Fi antenna, the combination of an iKConnect with a WL70 is the lowest cost complete WI-Fi solution that Digital Yacht have ever released and is an ideal way to connect your non-3G iPad or Android tablet to the internet when in harbour. With a simple web interface that controls the WL70 to scan and connect to the marina hotspot, iKConnect makes getting an internet connection on your boat a breeze.

iKConnect is also the perfect accessory for our latest iKommunicate Signal K gateway allowing mobile devices to wirelessly recieve the Signal K or NMEA data anywhere on the boat. In fact the combination of iKConnect, iKommunicate and a WL70 allows the boat to have a single wireless network that provides both navigational data and internet access, without the hassle of switching wireless networks.

For ultimate long range Wi-Fi connectivity simply swap the WL70 for Digital Yacht's top of the range WL510 system which seamlessly connects to the iKConnect WAN socket.

Features:
  • 12v DC Powered Wireless Router
  • Simple to use Web Interface for setting up and connecting to hotspots
  • Pre-configured and optimised for connection to Digital Yacht's latest WL70/510 long range Wi-Fi Adaptors
  • Ideal accessory to our iKommunicate Gateway to get Wireless Signal K or NMEA data
  • When connected to WL70/510, will allow the long range internet connection to be shared with everyone on board
  • Creates an 802.11n wireless network onboard with full WEP/ WPA/WPA2 encrypted password protection
  • 5dB detachable antenna
  • USB interface for WL70 and a WAN connection for WL510
  • Easy to install black box solution
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