Yes, our signal booster should be powered 24/7 while traveling.
While in storage, you may disconnect, or use a cut-off switch to stop the booster from draining power.
Please note, the signal booster draws very little energy. At 23.7mA, the booster would take a very long time to drain a battery. For a neat calculator that can tell you how long it would take for the booster to drain your battery, please click here.
For instance, it would take 98 days for the signal booster to drain a 80 AH battery (remember, 1 amp (A) is 1000 milliamps (mA)). Many batteries used in RVs are 200 AH or higher, which would translate into 246+ days to drain the battery.