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Drive X RV | 471410

Ideal for:RVs, Campers, Trailers
  • Fastest network speeds
  • Multi-user wireless booster
  • Up to 50 decibels (dB) gain

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Works on every network, on any carrier.

Product Description

Explore the great outdoors and visit destinations across North America—all without worrying about cellular connectivity with weBoost’s Drive X RV cell signal booster. It’s designed for use in all RV classes—particularly Class A and Class C, as well as towable campers and travel trailers.

Backed by up to 50 dB max gain and its enhanced, modular outside antenna, the Drive X RV delivers the strongest cell signal possible on all available network speeds—whether you’re parked at a campsite or cruising the interstate. Using a patented smart technology that senses signal conditions in and around your RV, the Drive X RV automatically optimizes and adjusts the booster’s capability to facilitate its unwavering performance. Users enjoy fewer dropped calls, better voice quality, faster data speeds, enhanced streaming, and improved hotspot capability.

The Drive X RV kit comes with everything for DIY installation—including 25 feet of RG-6 cable. With the side-exit adapter and additional mounting hardware, the outside antenna easily fits a universal CB-antenna mount or any 1”-2” exterior RV ladder pole. Like all weBoost boosters, Drive X RV works with all cell phones, hotspots, cellular-connected tablets, and other cell devices on all US mobile carriers—including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.

Feel confident about staying connected in remote locations with the weBoost Drive X RV.

5G Ready - weBoost boosters will work for the next decade and beyond.

Warning

Warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Features
  • Up to 50 dB max gain, the maximum amount allowed by the FCC.
  • Equipped with a 25-ft. length of RG-6 cable to the outside antenna.
  • Versatile, modular antenna design with a 9.5”–28.5” height range.
  • Additional hardware includes spring base and side-exit adapter.
Benefits
  • Boosts existing cell signal more effectively when it matters most.
  • Allows for optimal placement within even the largest-sized RVs
  • Elevates outside antenna above any RV cab to optimize performance.
  • Offers more mounting options and added durability in high wind.

How It Works

Signal boosters increase cell signal by collecting signals with a powerful antenna, delivering those signals to the booster, amplifying the cell signals so your devices receive them, and delivering your device's boosted signals back to the cell tower.

1

Receives
Signal

The booster reaches out to the cell tower to access voice, text and data signals while parked.

2

Boosts
Signal

The booster receives the outside signal, amplifies it up to 32x and sends it to the inside antenna.

3

Expands
Signal

The inside antenna broadcasts the boosted signal to devices inside the RV

Specs

Model Number:471410
FrequencyBand 12/17 700 MHz
Band 13 700 MHz
Band 5 850 MHz
Band 4 1700/2100 MHz
Band 2 1900 MHz
Max Gain50 dB
Power Req12VDC
ConnectorsSMA Female
Dimensions6.25 x 4.25 x 1 in
Weight.8 lbs
Price$ 499.99

In the box

Each device comes with everything you need for a complete installation. You can also pick up extra parts to extend your installation, if you need help, just give us a call.

Drive X
Drive X
Drive X RV Outside Antenna (311224)
Drive X RV Outside Antenna (311224)
Drive X RV Inside Antenna (311160)
Drive X RV Inside Antenna (311160)
25’ Black RG-6 Cable (950625)
25’ Black RG-6 Cable (950625)
AC/DC Wall Power Supply (850011)
AC/DC Wall Power Supply (850011)
Hardwire DC/DC Power Supply (851111)
Hardwire DC/DC Power Supply (851111)
Mast Extension, Side-Exit Adapter & Spring
Mast Extension, Side-Exit Adapter & Spring
Outside Antenna Ladder Mount
Outside Antenna Ladder Mount
Installation Accessories
Installation Accessories

Review Snapshot

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Ratings Distribution

  • 1 Star: 1
  • 2 Stars: 0
  • 3 Stars: 0
  • 4 Stars: 0
  • 5 Stars: 0

1

I would return this if I could......it just doesn't work.

I installed the 4G X RV in my motorhome. Got the green light on the unit. With unit off I get 1 bar, with the unit on I get ONE bar and sometimes less. There is no increase in service or signal. I'd return it in a minute if I could.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted a month ago

By Bob

From California

Q&A

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Asked by Luis 5 days ago

Question: Hi, If I move the internal antena outside when camping, will it give me signal near the antena? What is the range of the interior antena on the RV model? Thank you.

Answer: Thank you for your question! The internal antenna needs to remain inside. It would be against FCC regulations to broadcast the signal outdoors. The desktop antenna can broadcast the signal up to 0 feet. It is best to keep your cellular devices within 4 to 10 ft for the best connection. If you place your antenna near a door or window, the signal may be strong enough to where it reaches outdoors but it may not reach far. If you have any other questions that need to be addressed, please feel free to reach back to us at 866-294-1660 or email our online support at [email protected] Thank you and have a great day!

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Asked by Bill Davis 13 days ago

Question: How does it know what carrier you are using. How does your cell phone know to use the we boost instead of the incoming signal.

Answer: Thank you for your question! The booster will automatically increase whichever signal is available as long as it is supported by our boosters. It is important to keep in mind that the coverage and boost expectation of a booster is highly dependent on the outside signal strength. For example, lets say that you need to amplify both Verizon and AT&T, but Verizon has a stronger signal. The Verizon user will most likely see a stronger increase. The booster will not only automatically amplify the available signal, but it will also automatically broadcast it to the available phones. Once your phone is near the internal antenna, it will automatically receive the amplified signal over the weaker signal being sent out by the towers. If you have any other questions that need to be addressed, please feel free to reach back to us at 866-294-1660 or email our online support at [email protected] Thank you and have a great day!

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Asked by Devin 17 days ago

Question: Can I connect a laptop to this system? Or only cellphones?

Answer: Thank you for your question! Any cellular device can receive the boosted signal as long as their carrier is supported and available in the area. If the laptop is using a cellular hotspot, the hotspot itself may be able to benefit from the boosted signal. To clarify, the booster will only amplify a cellular signal and not WiFi. If you have any other questions in regards to this, please feel free to reach back to us at 866-294-1660 or email our online support at [email protected] Thank you and have a great day!

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Asked by Tone a month ago

Question: Is there a monthly fee or just buy the equipment?

Answer: Thank you for your question! The great thing about our product is that there is no monthly fee after it is purchased. Once it is purchased, you can set it up and it is ready to go!

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Asked by Scott a month ago

Question: does the booster also boost the signal from the cell phone to the cell tower (uploads)?

Answer: Thank you for your question! Yes, the booster will amplify both the receiving and transmitting signal.

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Asked by John 2 months ago

Question: I have a new truck with cell data. Will it work with it

Answer: It depends, but not likely since the inside coverage is limited. Usually, devices that are installed in vehicles are somewhere hidden and are hard to access. These amplifiers are for personal use but can be helpful. It most likely will not help with your cellular FOR your vehicle but it still will help you receive signal inside your vehicle. If you have any issues or if there are any other questions or find concerns, please let us know! Our contact info for our US-based phone support is at 866-294-1660 or our online support at [email protected]

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Asked by Ron 2 months ago

Question: When parked can a elevated pole mounted external antenna be connected instead of mobile antenna on RV

Answer: Hey there! Yes, it's possible. You'll have to have the correct adapters to be able to connect the antenna depending on which model you receive. If you use a directional antenna, it cannot be used while the RV is moving since it's designed for stationary use. If you have any issues or if there are any other questions or find concerns, please let us know! Our contact info for our US-based phone support is at 866-294-1660 or our online support at [email protected]

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Asked by Mark 3 months ago

Question: What's the difference between 50 ohm vs 75 ohm antennas? If i was to purchase a Drive X RV for RV mobile option when driving or camping could I also use it with a Wilson Wideband Directional Antenna 75 Ohm for a fixed antenna at a cabin?

Answer: It is possible with the right connectors. You'll most likely need 2x 971165 to be able to use RG6 coax from the antenna to the amplifier. This setup cannot be used while moving. If you have any issues or if there's any other questions or concerns, please let us know! Our contact info for our US-based phone support is at 866-294-1660 or our online support at [email protected]

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Asked by Joey 3 months ago

Question: What is the effective range on the indoor antenna? Looking online says 3-9 feet. Concerned this is not enough. Is there another indoor antenna that can be used to increase performance inside?

Answer: You could do that! We've had people use a panel antenna instead of the small desktop antenna which may give more coverage. I would call our customer support at 866-294-1660 or our online support at [email protected] to be able to give more information about that. You'll have to purchase the items separately in order for you to make it work.

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Asked by Captain 4 months ago

Question: My wife and I have cell phones . Will we be able to use the 2 of them at the same time

Answer: Yes! As long as the/both carrier/s are able to pick up the signal from the outside then you should be able to use both phone at the same time. There must be signal outside for the amplifier to work with, even then, the signal will be weak and may need to be close to the inside antenna. If there's any other questions, please let us know at 866-294-1660 or our online support at [email protected]

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BEFORE USE, you MUST REGISTER THIS DEVICE with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You MUST operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider.

Warning.

E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device. Please note, the four largest carriers, namely, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint, and more than 90 regional carriers have given a blanket consent to all boosters meeting the new certification standards