Frequently asked questions


Yes, the eco-wifi offers a scheduling option based on rules you can set. You can set the wifi to automatically turn off completely for example at night times.

You may override this by manually pushing the wifi on-/off- button (only on 03 and 04AC models). As soon as it is time to execute the next rule, the router will resume the program.

No. Download speed, connection quality and range is the same as for ordinary wifi routers.

The eco-wifi does not contain an ADSL, cable, or fiber modem. Your internet modem needs to remain and the eco-wifi router is connected to it with the included network cable.

If there is wifi built in to your internet modem you may contact your provider’s customer service and ask them for help turning off the built-in wifi inside the internet modem.

Could you explain me what you mean with “90% less radiation in standby”? The term standby is not very clear for me. Do you mean the router when no device is connected or do you mean the connected device without data transmission (idle)?

That’s an excellent question. In fact, even when the eco-wifi is in use, it emits less radiation than an ordinary router. The easiest way to understand this is as follows. A wifi router transmits two types of packets:

1) packets containing the name of the wifi network – transmitted all the time (in standby and during use)

2) data packets – only transmitted during use.

Type 2, the data, is only transmitted during usage, for example when loading a web page. In ordinary wifi routers, the largest problem is that the Type 1 packets are transmitted 10 times per second 24/7. The eco-wifi reduces this frequency to only once per second. Because the Type 1 packets are transmitted both during standby and during usage, the eco-wifi reduces the radiation both in standby mode and during usage. This fact is technically measurable. The review video below from ElectricSense.com demonstrates the difference on an Acoustimeter electrosmog measurement device. Turn on sound to hear the difference.

JRS Eco WiFi Router Emits 90% Less Radiation Compared To Normal Router

Yes, we ship worldwide. A shipping cost indicator is available on the cart page.

Transit time to the US is one week with standard shipping.

To achieve the maximum speed that your internet subscription supports, you need to choose the eco-wifi model that is at least as fast as that. The JRS eco-wifi 01A offers 20 Megabits per second (Mb/s), the 03 model offers 100 Mb/s, and the 04AC model offers 250 Mb/s.

The 01A’s hardwired LAN ports have a maximum speed of 100 Mb/s while the 03 and 04AC models offer Gigabit speeds 1000Mb/s.

On the 01A model eco-wifi router, there is an on-/off button to turn off the entire router, but no separate button to switch off the wifi signal separately. This means that the 4 cabled ports on the eco-wifi router will also shut down. The 03 and 04AC do have a small button that allows for turning off only the wifi, while the cables ports keep functioning. Whether this is an issue for you depends on if you would be using the hardwired ports of the eco-wifi.

The 03 and 04AC are dual band, which means they emit on two frequencies: 2.4 and 5 Gigahertz. You may turn off one of these if you want. This can be done in the settings menu Basic -> Network.

For all models, the transmit power can be minimized to provide the required coverage at the lowest electromagnetic radiation.

All models offer the 90% reduced pulse frequency in standby.

Yes, our routers are fully compatible with the voltage and power system of different countries (100-240 Volts, 50/60 Hertz). For some countries a plug adapter is needed. This is included for orders from the US, Canada, UK, and Australia. For other countries a plug adapter can be found on Ebay or Amazon for a few dollars.

 

Yes, our eco-wifi routers are compatible with any provider and internet modem. You simply connect the eco-wifi to your internetmodem with the included network cable.

You need to retain your internet modem because it provides the conversion of the internet signal to ADSL, cable, fiber, satellite etc. depending on your internet provider.

If your internet modem has built-in wifi, you then need to turn off this built-in wifi in order to minimize radiation. You may call your provider’s customer service and ask them for help. On some modems you can simply turn off the wifi with a switch on your modem.