Commercial Voice + Data Booster: HiBoost F13-EDW - 500 Sq. Mtr Coverage
CE and RoHS certifications
Full kit with antennas and cables
Compatibility with European cell phone providers
Simultaneous use of 80 mobile phones in one area
Small, elegant and light
How The Mobile Signal Booster Kit Works
Compatible With All Irish Mobile Networks
HiBoost F13-EDW will help to overcome all your coverage troubles. The model is designed to improve voice service, 3G/4G data download reception in an area of up to 500 sq.m.
The booster comes small and light, in an elegant body with a user-friendly interface.
Important Note: You need to position your external antenna in a location you have at least 2bars (preferably 3 bars) of a signal on the roof or outside the window to facilitate effective signal amplification. The efficiency of the system also depends on the thickness of the walls, material they are made of and other building design features.
Install The Booster In 4 Easy To Follow Steps
The booster comes in a full kit with all all the necessary components. Installation is easy to perform even without professional installers in 4 simple steps.
Step 1.Fix the outdoor antenna in some high point with best signal reception outside your house (e.g. on the roof, outside the window, etc).
Mount the booster and the indoor antenna approximately in the center of the area with poor signal.
Connect antennas and the booster with cables.
Plug in the booster to a power supply and enjoy strong cellular coverage all across your home or office!
No adjustment after installation is required. The system will adjust best parameters automatically upon turn-on.
Now you can and enjoy strong mobile coverage inside your home. No adjustment is required as the system will run a self-test and adjust best parameters automatically.
CE - Mandatory conformity marking for products sold within the European Economic Area since 1985. It proves that your product fulfils EU-wide safety, health and environmental protection requirements.
RoHS - The Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive 2002/95/EC. It restricts the use of six hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment: Lead (Pb), Mercury (Hg), Cadmium (Cd), Hexavalent chromium (Cr6+), Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) and diphenyl ether (PBDE).