The Intellian FB250 Antenna System enables the opportunity to enter the broadband arena for large commercial vessels providing all the required functionalities for larger commercial vessel systems.
A low initial investment and the per MB pricing of the Inmarsat FleetBroadband service will reduce the communication cost despite the increase in functionality and frequency of use. Users can be confident that the rugged and reliable design engineered for professional use means it will take on any harsh marine environment.
The innovative true IP solution can provide number of benefits including:
Small Global Maritime Terminal
With 9 lbs weight and 11 inch height, Intellian FB250 is a compact FleetBroadband maritime terminal.
Data & Voice Simultaneous Access
With 284 kbps data rates, FB250 provides simultaneous access to data services, voice and text messaging.
Powered by Thrane & Thrane FleetBroadband 250 solution, which has unrivalled experience in satellite communications. You can be confident of both the quality of the equipment and the support behind it.
Global Service Network
As a global solution, not only can you access anyone of Intellian's global distributors for service, but the Intellian FB250 also benefits from Thrane & Thrane's highly regarded network of Onboard Service Centres (OSC) over 40 locationsaround the world.
The rugged new plug-and-play IP Handset provides an intuitive user interface on a 2.2" TFT color screen and cutting-edge technology, such as a echo cancellation and noise suppression software ensuring excellent audio clarity.
Practical & Affordable Intellian Airtime
Intellian airtime package price starts as low as $56/month. Hardware and airtime bundle package is available with additional discounts. Airtime package details at: www.intelliantech.com/airtime
*3 Year Warranty
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|F3-3252||FB250 Antenna System, with i3 Size Dome||
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|F3-1252-0||FB250 Antenna System, with Matching i2 Dome||
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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