RUT850 in Recreational Vehicles

From Teltonika Networks Wiki
Main Page > RUT Routers > RUT850 > RUT850 Usage Scenarios > RUT850 Success Stories > RUT850 in Recreational Vehicles

Rut850 hd 1 demo.png
Rut850 hd 2 demo.png
Rut850 hd 3 demo.png
Rut850 hd 4 demo.jpg

When you're planning a road trip or a camping trip to relax in nature, internet might not be the first thing you think about, in fact, many people take these types of outings to distance themselves from technology. On the other had, having access to internet when caravanning or camping comes in handy when you're planning a longer trip, because in a technologically advanced world such as ours it's not always a good idea to become disconnected for very long periods of time. There are a lot of ways that internet access can be useful on such a trip, whether it be important emails, online bills, checking for routes for your trip, communication with friends or just putting on some music while chilling in the nature or on the road.


Setting yourself up with a RUT850 router with a mobile connection on a trip provides you with the best coverage from carriers, best Wi-Fi network, biggest data allowances and overall control over your network.


Finding a cost-effective router with low power consumption that can be used in a vehicle and under roaming conditions.


The best solution in these types of situations is getting yourself a reliable mobile, automotive router like RUT850. This way you'll have complete control over your network and have internet access wherever you are. RUT850 supports 80 Wi-Fi connections, can be easily configured wirelessly (with the help of the Android App) and has two external LTE antenna connectors for the best possible signal wherever you are.


RUT850 RV 1.png
RUT850 RV 2.png
RUT850 RV 3.png
RUT850 RV 4.png


RUT850 routers can maintain a stable data connection wherever they are and work perfectly under roaming conditions, making them perfect for use in vehicles. Furthermore, the customer makes effective use of the router's backup WAN feature, using free public WiFi Access Points whenever available and using the LTE connection when on the road or in places where an internet connection is generally unachievable.

External links