Lily0320
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Mobile Broadband

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I know I can take my broadband box away with me but can I run it through an inverter in a Motorhome?  

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Lily0320
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Re: Mobile Broadband

Yes I do thank you. It’s a good sine wave inverter and realise will only get pickup where there is service. 
thanks. Very helpful. 

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cf4
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Re: Mobile Broadband

The Broadband black box will work through an invertor. I assume you mean a mobile broadband black box 

SteveW_52
Level 22: Superhuman
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Re: Mobile Broadband

Make sure the inverter is a 'Sine Wave' type and capable of the power requirements for all the devices tyou will connect to it at the same time.

 

As @cf4  says, there is no need to take the NBN box because you have no NBN service in the motorhome.

 

The other thing is that if you are planning to use the 4G backup capability, while travelling then if you are away for an extended period, Telstra might notice if that is in operation for a long period of time and warn you about it. 

4G backup mode will restrict your streaming also, especially if you try to do more than one of those at the same time..

Stevo 52
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Lily0320
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Re: Mobile Broadband

Yes I do thank you. It’s a good sine wave inverter and realise will only get pickup where there is service. 
thanks. Very helpful. 

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