GLOBALSTAR 9600

Globalstar 9600 Satellite Data Hotspot

Globalstar 9600 Satellite Data Hotspot

Description

The Globalstar 9600 Satellite Data Hotspot enables you to maintain reliable connectivity when beyond cellular.

Features

  • Easily Send And Receive Emails And Post To Social Media From Any Wi-Fi Enabled Device
  • Conveniently Use Existing Device Contacts Via Sat-Fi App
  • Fastest MMS Data Speeds In The Industry
List Price
$169.95
Your Price
$168.75
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Benefits:

  • Productivity - Uses the industry's fastest MMS data speeds, allowing you to send more in less time, saving airtime costs
  • Portability - Lightweight and small enough to fit in your pocket, with 4 hours of battery life
  • Affordable - No additional costs, uses your existing Globalstar airtime plan minutes
  • Robust - Send email, photos and other attachments when beyond cellular, or make updates to your social media accounts



Features:

  • Powered by the world's most modern satellite network



Simple to Use

  • 1. Download and install the Sat-Fi App to your smartphone or wireless device
  • 2. Turn on your Globalstar Satellite Phone and connect it to the Globalstar 9600
  • 3. Connect your smartphone or wireless device to the Globalstar 9600 Satellite Hotspot
  • 4. Your smartphone or wireless device is now connected for email and data




Compatible Devices:

  • GSP-1700
  • GSP-1600 (additional cables required)
  • GSP-2900 (additional cables required)
Notable Specifications:

 

  • Dimensions: 2.42" x 2.42" x 0.83" (61.5mm x 61.5mm x 21mm)
  • Weight: 2 oz (57 g)
  • Power Supply: 5 VDC, 1 Amp
  • Rechargeable Battery: 4 Hours Usage, Up to 36 Hours Standby
  • Operating Temperature: 32° F to +113° F
  • Storage Temperature: 14° F to +113° F
  • Wi-Fi Frequency: 2.4 GHz - 2.4835 GHz
  • Wi-Fi Range: Up to 30 ft
  • External Ports: 1 - USB Port, 1 - Ethernet Port (LAN/WAN), 1 - Micro USB (for DC Power)
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