RAy - Microwave link


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10, 11, 17, 18 or 24 GHz

1 optical & 1 metallic port

PoE, 20-60 VDC; MTU 10240 B

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Interference tolerant

ACM, ATPC

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10, 11, 17, 18 or 24 GHz

Speed up to 360 Mbps

 

RAy is a high-speed point-to-point microwave link developed and wholly manufactured by RACOM, a global leader in the development and production of industrial grade wireless equipment.

This Full Outdoor Software Defined Radio for 10, 11, 17, 18 and 24 GHz band has been designed for building long range links with maximum reliability even in the most challenging conditions. All relevant state-of-the-art concepts have been carefully implemented without compromise.

In accordance with RACOM´s twenty-year tradition in the industrial market, it has become a standard that all RACOM products excel in their technical parameters, professional design, exceptional reliability and quality.

Exceptional system gain and resistance to disturbances (facilitated e.g. by unique input filter design) make RAy the product of choice for both backbone and last-mile microwave links.

Take the opportunity to remotely access and test a live RAy link. Contact us for access details.


 

Features

Flexibility
  • 1 optical and 1 metallic port configurable as 2 user ports, or 1 user and 1 management
  • PoE & DC (20 – 60 V)
  • IPTV optimized modem, MTU 10240 B
  • HW reset button for customers settings restore
Long range and spectrum efficiency
  • High radio receiver robustness to unwanted interference
  • Exceptional guaranteed sensitivity allows:
    • gain data speed even in most challenging conditions
    • links over extreme distances
    • cost savings by using smaller antennas
  • Combination of low order modulations and narrow channels allows construction of reliable links even in almost NLOS conditions.
  • Availability of operating high order modulations on narrow channels (from 1.75 MHz) permits:
    • high speed links when only narrow channels available
    • multiplying the number of high speed links on busy sites
    • cost savings on licence fees
    • high-availability links design
Cost saving solution
  • Low power consumption and easy installation
  • FOD, no indoor space needed
  • Low storage and logistics costs
    • whole band covered by just two subbands (RAy 11 GHz)
    • universal L/U unit, (17, 18, 24 GHz)
Reliability
Data speed & throughput
  • Modulation rate up to 360 Mbps
  • SW selectable modulation: QPSK, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256 QAM
  • Hitless ACM (Adaptive Coding and Modulation) working without data loss
  • ATPC (Automatic Transmit Power Control) increases reliability of the link under hostile conditions
Simplicity
  • FOD (Full Outdoor), aluminium casing, direct mounting to the parabolic antenna
  • Change of signal polarization simply by 90° rotation (4 fixing screws)
  • Installation and setup tasks can be done in minutes
  • Direct unit mounting to the antennas from various producers. Flexible waveguide as a general-purpose option.
Diagnostics
Security and Integrity
  • Configuration via HTTPS, SSH
  • Peer station can be paired and permanently monitored to prevent unauthorized station exchange
  • Theft protection: unique SSH key for each serial number
Standards

Specification

Type 10 GHz 11 GHz 17 GHz 18 GHz 24 GHz
Frequency range [GHz]
sub-bands [A,B, …]
A: 10.300-10.590 10.7-11.7 17.1-17.3 17.7-19.7 24.00-24.25
B: 10.125-10.675
ODU unit L and U unit One universal unit L and U unit One universal unit
Duplex spacing A: 58 – 285 MHz
B: 350 MHz
490, 530 MHz selectable
min 60 MHz
1008, 1010 MHz selectable
min 60 MHz
Channel spacing 1.75, 3.5, 7, 14, 20*, 28, 56 MHz (*band B only) 1.75, 3.5, 7, 14, 28, 30, 40, 56 MHz 3.5, 7, 14, 28, 40, 50, 56 MHz 1.75, 2.5, 3.5, 5, 7, 7.5, 13.75, 27.5, 55 MHz 3.5, 7, 14, 28, 40, 50, 56 MHz
Channel frequency detail detail detail detail detail
User data speed 2.5 – 360 Mbps 2.5 – 360 Mbps 4.9 – 360 Mbps 2.5 – 360 Mbps 4.9 – 360 Mbps
detail detail detail detail detail
Latency 81 μs (64 B / 358 Mbps), 234 μs (1518 B / 358 Mbps)
Sensitivity
BER 10e-6
-100 dBm (2.5 Mbps)
-67 dBm (340 Mbps)
-99 dBm (2.5 Mbps)
-67 dBm (340 Mbps)
-96 dBm (4.9 Mbps)
-66 dBm (340 Mbps)
-97 dBm (2.5 Mbps)
-64 dBm (340 Mbps)
-96 dBm (4.9 Mbps)
-65 dBm (340 Mbps)
detail detail detail detail detail
Output power -10 to +13 /QPSK
-10 to +8 /256QAM
[dBm]
detail
-15 to +24 /QPSK
-15 to +19 /256QAM
[dBm]
detail
-25 to +5
[dBm]
detail
-10 to +24 /QPSK
-10 to +19 /256QAM
[dBm]
detail
-30 to +10
[dBm]
detail
ATPC yes yes yes yes yes
Consumption 21 W 21 – 29 W 21 W 21 – 28 W 23 W
Weight 2.8 kg 2.8 kg 2.5 kg 2.8 kg 2.5 kg
Radio parameters EN 302 217-2-2 V2.2.1 EN 300 440-2 V1.4.1 EN 302 217-2-2 V2.2.1 EN 300 440-2 V1.4.1
 
Modulation fixed QPSK, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256 QAM or ACM
FEC LDPC
User interface RJ45 1 Gb Eth. (10/100/1000) (IEEE 802.3ac 1000BASE-T) , MTU 10240 B, recommended cable S/FTP CAT7
User interface SFP 1000Base‐SX / 1000Base‐LX, MTU 10240 B, user exchangable SFP, power consumption max. 1.25 W
Service interface USB-A
Power supply PoE, 40 – 60 VDC , IEEE 802.3at up to 100m, up to 25 W
DC, 20 – 60 V, floating
Operating temperature range -30 – +55°C (EN 300 019-1-4, class 4.1.)
Mechanical design FOD (Full Outdoor)
IP Code IP66 (Ingress Protection)
Security configuration via https, ssh
Dimensions 244 × 244 × 157 mm
Spectrum EN 302 217-2-2 V2.2.1 (RAy2-10, RAy2-11, RAy2-18)
EN 302 217-1 V1.3.1 (RAy2-10)
EN 300 440-1 V1.6.1 (RAy2-17, RAy2-24)
EN 300 440-2 V1.4.1 (RAy2-17, RAy2-24)
EMC EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2
EN 301 489-4 V2.1.1
EN 301 489-3 V1.6.1 (RAy2-17, RAy2-24)
Safety EN 60950-1 ed.2:2006
FCC part 101 (RAy2-11)
part 15 (RAy2-24)
Technical parameters are subject to change without prior notification.
RAy1 - Previous generation
  • 10, 11, 17, 24 GHz
  • 1x metallic 1 Gb Eth
  • PoE, 40 – 60 VDC
  • MTU: 1024 B
RAy previous revision
Type Licensed band ISM band
10 GHz 11 GHz 17 GHz 24 GHz
Frequency range [GHz]
sub-bands [A,B, …]
A: 10.30-10.59 A,B: 10.7-11.7 17.1-17.3 24.00-24.25
B: 10.15-10.65 C,D: 10.50-10.68
ODU unit L and U unit One universal unit
Duplex spacing
detail
any combination of L and U channels A,B: 490, 530 MHz
C,D: 91 MHz
selectable
min 60 MHz
selectable
min 60 MHz
Channel spacing [MHz] 7, 14, 28 A,B: 1.75, 3.5, 7, 14, 28, 30, 40, 56
C,D: 1.75, 3.5, 7, 14, 28
3.5, 7, 14, 28, 40, 56 3.5, 7, 14, 28, 40, 56
Channel frequency detail detail detail detail
User data speed [Mbps] 8.5 – 170 A,B: 2.5 – 360
C,D: 2.5 – 170
4.9 – 360 4.9 – 360
detail detail detail detail
Latency 140 μs (64 B / 170 Mbps) 81 μs (64 B / 358 Mbps), 234 μs (1518 B / 358 Mbps)
Sensitivity, BER 10e-6 7 MHz 28 MHz 1.75 MHz 40 MHz 3.5 MHz 56 MHz 3.5 MHz 56 MHz
QPSK -96 dBm -89 dBm -99 dBm -88 dBm -96 dBm -87 dBm -96 dBm -86 dBm
256 QAM -69 dBm -68 dBm -66 dBm -77 dBm -65 dBm
detail detail detail detail
Output power -5 to +10 dBm +23 dBm/QPSK
+17 dBm/256QAM
-25 to +5 dBm -30 to +10 dBm
ATPC no yes yes yes
Consumption 17 W 24 W 21 W 23 W
Weight 2.9 kg 2.8 kg 2.5 kg 2.5 kg
Radio parameters EN 302 217-2-2 V 1.3.1 EN 300 440-2 V 1.4.1
 
Modulation fixed QPSK, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256 QAM or ACM
FEC LDPC
User interface 1 Gb Eth. (10/100/1000) (IEEE 802.3ac 1000BASE-T)
Service interface (optional) 100 Mb (10/100) Eth. (IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX)
Power supply PoE, 40 – 60 VDC, IEEE 802.3at up to 100m
Operating temperature range -30 to +55°C (-22 to 131°F), ETSI EN 300019-1-4, class 4.1.
Mechanical design FOD (Full Outdoor)
Size 245 × 245 × 150 mm
EMC ETSI EN 301 489-1 V 1.8.1 (2008-04), ETSI EN 301 489-17 V1.3.2 (2008-04)
Electrical safety EN 60 950-1:2004

Applications

Applications

Extension of LAN network

  • Corporate clients
  • Fiber line replacement
  • Building to building interconnect
  • Key advantages:
    • Low and constant latency < 0.1 ms
    • Two user ports available
    • Ethernet, layer L2 transparent
    • Excellent resistance to interference

 

Applications

Internet providers (ISP)

  • Backbone and hi-priority last-mile
  • Heavy traffic with multiple TCP streams
  • Key advantages:
    • Free and ISM licensed bands
    • Both optical and metallic port
    • IPTV proven solution
    • Web interface including diagnostics
    • Standard SNMP+ SNMP traps VLAN management

 

Applications

Telemetry and SCADA

  • Maximise emphasis on reliability and response speed of the networks
  • High speed backbone
  • Small data packets have to be processed as fast as possible
  • Key advantages
    • High reliability
    • 24 VDC powering
    • Longe range links, narrow channels
    • Low OPEX costs

References

Accessories

Antennas
RAy units are ready for direct mounting to Jirous Class 2 antennas.


Andrew (Class 2 or 3) or Arkivator antennas are also possible to be used with antenna mounting kit.
Flexible waveguide is a general-purpose option for any antenna usage. All antennas are suitable for previous RAy1

Jirous Antennas
2
3
4
Power supplies
PoE, 1x Ethernet
Power supply

DC power supply
DC power supply

DC cable
DC cable

Power supply holder
Power supply holder
Surge protection
Eth surge protection
Surge protection

DC surge protection
  • DC 24 V
  • Protection from the voltage spikes
  • LPZ1-LPZ2, IP20, -40/+85°C , Saltek
  • Datasheet
  • Part No.: OTH-DP-024
DC surge protection
Eth cables
CAT7 cable
  • S / FTP 4 +2
  • Designed for outdoor environment
  • UV rays resistant
  • Manufactured by PEWTRONIC Ltd.
  • Manufacturer designation: S / FTP 4x (2x23AWG) Cat.7 + 2x (2×24 AWG)
  • Datasheet
  • Part No.: CAB-S/FTP 4x

CAT7 cable

CAT5e cable
  • S / FTP (24 AWG)
  • Designed for outdoor environment
  • UV rays resistant
  • Manufactured by TELDOR Ltd.
  • Datasheet
  • Part No.: CAB-CAT5E-FTP-TLD

CAT5e cable
Fibre cables
Outdoor Fibre & DC cable
  • Phoenix Microwave Hybrid Cable LSOH
  • Various length and configurations available:
    • DC: 2×1.5mm2
    • pigtail, 2-fibres, single mode, LC-connector — loose end
    • patchcord, 2-fibres, single mode, LC-connector — LC-connector
  • Datasheet
  • Part No.: CAB-HYB-2F-DLC/DLC-OFA-030m
Fibre cable patchcord / pigtail

Fibre cable – outdoor patchord / outdoor pigtail
  • Various length and configurations available:
    • 2 fibres, single mode, LC connector – LC connector
    • 2 fibres, single mode, LC connector – loose end
  • Datasheet
  • Part No.: CAB-FIB-2F-DLC/x-OFA-5m
Fibre cable patchcord / pigtail
Connectors
CAT5e, 6 connector
  • STP RJ45 /Cat6 / 8p8c / wire/ gold plated/ AWG24, UBNT
  • Delivered as a standard accessory with each RAy unit

CAT5e, 6 connector

CAT6A outdoor connector set
  • Connector RJ45, Cat6A, AWG 24-22, Telegärtner (Datasheet)
  • Cable bushing lengthening (35mm)
  • Suitable for AWG24-22 (Cat5e, Cat6A, Cat7) cables
  • Part No.: SET-RAY2-TLG-EXT35

SET-RAY2-TLG-EXT35

CAT6A indoor connector
  • Connector RJ45, Cat6A, AWG 24-22, Telegärtner (Datasheet)
  • Suitable for AWG24-22 (Cat5e, Cat6A, Cat7) cables
  • Part No.: CON-RJ45-TLG-CAT6

Connector RJ45, Cat6A

SFP module optical
SFP module optical - APAC

SFP module RJ45
SFP module RJ45

Cable bushing – basic set, packed with every RAy unit
  • 3 pc bushing with nut
  • 2 pc blind plug Racom
  • 3 pc O-ring
  • 2 pc rubber sealing small diameter
  • 3 pc rubber sealing medium diameter
  • 2 pc rubber sealing big diameter
  • 1 pc DC connector
  • 1 pc tightening tape
  • 1 pc connector jumper
  • 1 pc RJ-45 ethernet connector
  • Part No.: SET-RAY2-CON-B

Cable bushing - basic set, packed with every unit

Cable bushing lengthening
  • PG21, 35 mm
  • Aluminium body
  • For customers using other their own connectors
  • Part No.: SET-RAY2-EXT35
Cable bushing lengthening

Cable bushing lengthening, long
Cable bushing lengthening - long
Grounding
RAy grounding kit
  • For grounding the RAy equipment to the mast
  • Also suitable for RAy1
  • Includes:
    • grounding clamp ZSA16 (Datasheet)
    • 40 cm grounding straps width 15 mm
    • 100 cm cable with ring terminals
    • Part No.: KIT-GROUDING-RAY
RAy grounding kit

CAT7 grounding kit
  • For grounding the S / FTP 4 +2 cable
  • Also suitable for RAy1
  • Manufactured by PEWTRONIC Ltd.
  • Manufacturer designation: Grounding Kit for S / FTP 4 +2 Cable
  • Datasheet
  • Part No.: KIT-GROUDING-1/4″
CAT7 grounding kit
Miscellaneous
WiFi adapter
  • Wifi adapter for service access
  • Part No.: OTH-W1-WIFI

USB/ETH adapter
ETH/USB adapter

Calculation

 Link type
Microwave link type.
 Frequency [GHz]
Frequency used for calculation.
 Channel spacing [MHz]
Options supported by the link.
 Modulation
Modulations supported by the link based on chosen channel spacing.
 Coding
Coding strength (high for higher sensitivity, low for higher speed).
 Sensitivity [dBm]
The guaranteed sensitivity for a BER of 10-6 for the chosen channel spacing and modulation.
 Tx power [dBm]
Range for RAy 10 is from -10 to +10 dBm.
Ranges for RAy2 10:
  from -10 to +8 dBm with 256QAM
  from -10 to +9 dBm with 128QAM
  from -10 to +10 dBm with 64QAM
  from -10 to +11 dBm with 32QAM
  from -10 to +11 dBm with 16QAM
  from -10 to +13 dBm with QPSK
Ranges for RAy 11:
  from -5 to +17 dBm with 256QAM
  from -5 to +18 dBm with 128QAM
  from -5 to +18 dBm with 64QAM
  from -5 to +19 dBm with 32QAM
  from -5 to +20 dBm with 16QAM
  from -5 to +23 dBm with QPSK
Ranges for RAy2 11:
  from -15 to +19 dBm with 256QAM
  from -15 to +20 dBm with 128QAM
  from -15 to +21 dBm with 64QAM
  from -15 to +22 dBm with 32QAM
  from -15 to +22 dBm with 16QAM
  from -15 to +24 dBm with QPSK
Range for RAy 17 is from -25 to +5 dBm.
Ranges for RAy2 18:
  from -5 to +15 dBm with 256QAM
  from -5 to +16 dBm with 128QAM
  from -5 to +17 dBm with 64QAM
  from -5 to +18 dBm with 32QAM
  from -5 to +19 dBm with 16QAM
  from -5 to +20 dBm with QPSK
Range for RAy 24 is from -30 to +10 dBm.
 Antenna type
Only antennas supplied by RACOM are listed. 3rd party antennas not supplied through RACOM can be assigned, based on matching gain or by using the “other” setting and manually assigning the gain.
 Antenna gain [dBi]
Antenna gain at the centre of the frequency band.
 Antenna height [m]
Antenna height above ground.
 Site name
For improved orientation.
 Calculation type
Link availability can be calculated with known GPS coordinates. Without these only RSS and fade margin is calculable.
 Site latitude [°]
Geographic latitude (from -90° to +90°). You can use map to select points.
 Site longitude [°]
Geographic longitude (from -180° to +180°). You can use map to select points.
 Distance [km]
The distance between the end points of the link. The end points must be in line of sight with a sufficient margin for the Fresnel zone.
The calculation for RAy 10 is possible for the distances from 0.05 to 75 km.
The calculation for RAy 11 is possible for the distances from 0.05 to 120 km.
The calculation for RAy 17 is possible for the distances from 0.02 to 50 km.
The calculation for RAy 24 is possible for the distances from 0.02 to 30 km.
Find on mapFind
 Recalculate
Recalculate with New Parameters
Link Calculation Theory here
 

Link Parameters

 Type
Selected link type.
 Frequency [GHz]
Frequency used for calculation.
 Modulation
Selected modulation.
 Throughput [Mbps]
Calculated average transmission speed on ETH – layer1. Based on the relationship between transmission rate and packet size, short packets offer higher speeds and large packets slightly lower speeds.
 Tx power [dBm]
Given Tx power
 Free space lost [dB]
FSL is the loss in signal strength between two line of sight points through free space, with no nearby obstacles creating reflection or diffraction.
 1st Fresnel zone radius [m]
The Fresnel zone defines a space free of obstacles so no attenuation or distortion of the radio signal can occur. This calculation defines a radius of the first Fresnel zone, which has the essential influence for signal propagation.
 Path length [km]
Given or calculated distance between sites.
 
 Longitude [°]
Measured as the angle east or west from the Prime Meridian, ranging from +180° eastward to −180° westward.
 Latitude [°]
The latitude of the places measured as the angle north or south from the Equator.
 Azimuth [°]
Calculated path azimuth
 Altitude [m]
Calculated height ASL for given points.
 Antenna height [m]
Given antenna height.
 Antenna
Selected antenna type and its gain.
 Antenna Part Number
Part number for selected antenna.
 EIRP [dBm]
EIRP (equivalent isotropically radiated power) stands for the power radiated from the antenna. The radiated power is limited when operating in ISM bands.
The allowed EIRP in the 17.1 – 17.3GHz ISM band (RAy 17) is +20 dBm.
The allowed EIRP in the 24 - 24.25GHz ISM band (RAy 24) is +20 dBm.
 RSS [dBm]
RSS (Received Signal Strength). Theoretical maximum received signal strength (transmission through a vacuum)
 RSS voltage output [V]
This is important for the antenna alignment. RSS is converted to a voltage that is measurable at the unit's RSS voltage output connector.
 Sensitivity [dBm]
The guaranteed sensitivity for a BER of 10-6 for the chosen channel spacing and modulation (and coding in case of RAy 10).
 Fade margin [dB]
The difference between the sensitivity and the RSS value
Link availability (rainfall) [%]
Link availability (multipath) [%]
 Total link availability [%]
Link availability (rainfall):
Prediction methods based on recorded annual precipitation (ITU-R P.530-15, ITU-R P.837-6, ITU-R P.838-3)
Link availability (multipath):
Prediction methods based on annual atmospheric records (ITU-R P.530-15, ITU-R P.453-10)
Total link availability:
Link availability (rainfall) + 2x link availability (multipath)
 
Racom s.r.o. provides these calculations to assist in your purchasing decisions; illustrating the capabilities of RAy microwave links. Calculations in the model are based on the dataset supplied by Google. Link availability indicators have been calculated using current ITU-R P.530-15 for rain attenuation and multipath fading only. Other losses are ignored.
It is necessary to know the GPS coordinates of the end points and the antenna heights above the ground for availability calculation.
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Download

Datasheets
RAy2 - Datasheet A3 datasheet_RAY2_en.pdf1 599 kB2015/08/27
RAy2 - Press release O2 tender press_ray_O2.pdf141 kB2014/09/17
Documentation
RAy2 - User manual RAy2_man_en.pdf12 117 kB2016/07/29
RAy2 - Channel arrangements RAy2_tab_en.pdf3 692 kB2016/04/21
RAy2 - Application notes RAy-AppNote-en.pdf1 369 kB2016/07/15
Firmware
RAy2 - Firmware Release notes RAy2-fw6-en-notes.pdf20 kB2016/06/15
RAy2 - Firmware bm6-2.1.22.0.cpio15 169 kB2016/06/15
RAy2 - MIB table RacomRAy_1.3.mib30 kB2016/01/29
RAy2 - Zabbix templates RAy2_Zabbix_templ.zip23 kB2016/07/22
RAy2, RAy1 - MIB Release notes RAy-mib-en-notes.pdf51 kB2013/06/18
Antennas  
10,11GHz_38cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMA-380-1011R.pdf432 kB2013/06/13
10,11GHz_65cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMA-650-10_11Ra.pdf430 kB2016/07/21
10,11GHz_90cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMB-900-10_11Ra.pdf421 kB2016/07/21
10,11GHz_120cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMB-1200-1011R.pdf626 kB2015/05/19
17GHz_120cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMB-1200-17Ra.pdf613 kB2016/06/24
17GHz_40cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMB-400-17Ra.pdf447 kB2016/06/24
17GHz_68cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMB-680-17Ra.pdf438 kB2016/06/24
17GHz_90cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMB-900-17Ra.pdf443 kB2016/06/24
24GHz_120cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMB-1200-24R.pdf658 kB2015/05/19
24GHz_40cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMB-400-24R.pdf416 kB2014/01/03
24GHz_68cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMB-680-24R.pdf390 kB2013/11/07
24GHz_90cm – Technical parameters ANT-JRMB-900-24R.pdf443 kB2014/09/24
Accessories  
CAT5e cable CAB-CAT5E-FTP-TLD.pdf272 kB2014/07/22
CAT7 cable CAB-SFTP-4x.pdf131 kB2010/01/15
CAT7 grounding kit KIT-GROUDING-CAT7.pdf212 kB2011/10/10
Cable bushing lengthening, PG21, Flexi, P69K, 50cm SET-RAY2-EXT-F50.pdf1 839 kB2015/03/05
DC power cable CAB-DC-2x1.pdf1 532 kB2014/07/22
Fibre cables CAB-FIB-OFA.pdf838 kB2014/10/06
Fibre+DC cables CAB-HYB-OFA.pdf385 kB2015/03/25
Power supply - AC PWS-AC-DC-AD-55B.pdf374 kB2014/06/11
Power supply PoE – AC PWR-POE36U-1AT.pdf267 kB2010/11/16
Power supply PoE – DC PWR-POE36D-1AT.pdf306 kB2011/06/17
RAy grounding kit ZSA16-en.pdf546 kB2010/01/06
SFP module RJ45 interface SFP-RJ45-AVAGO.pdf640 kB2014/09/11
SFP module, 2-fibres SFP-DLC-APAC.pdf143 kB2014/07/17
Set RJ45 connector and cable bushing lengthening SET-RAY2-TLG-EXT35.pdf1 977 kB2014/09/17
Surge protection DC 24V OTH-DP-024.pdf241 kB2014/07/22
Surge protection DL 1G RJ45 OTH-DL-1GRJ45.pdf136 kB2015/07/24
Surge protection DL CAT6-60V OTH-DL-CAT-6-60V.pdf381 kB2013/10/18
RAy1 archive  
RAy1 - 10 GHz - User Manual RAy10_man_en.pdf6 630 kB2014/10/03
RAy1 - 11,17,24 GHz - User Manual RAy_man_en.pdf8 584 kB2015/11/05
RAy1 - Application notes RAy-AppNote-en.pdf918 kB2014/09/12
RAy1 - Datasheet A3 datasheet_RAY_en.pdf951 kB2014/07/29
RAy1 - SCADA Backbone leaflet_RAY_scada_en.pdf1 039 kB2013/11/28
RAy1 (10 GHz), version 4.1.51.0  
RAy1 - 10 GHz - Firmware Release notes RAy-fw1-en-notes.pdf78 kB2013/06/18
RAy1 - 10 GHz - Firmware for units with fw 4.1.39.0 and higher bm1-4.1.51.0.cpio5 802 kB2013/10/23
RAy1 - 10 GHz - MIB Release notes RAy-mib-en-notes.pdf51 kB2013/06/18
RAy1 - 10 GHz - MIB table RacomRAy_1.2.mib23 kB2013/04/12
RAy2, RAy1 - Zabbix templates RAy_Zabbix_templ.zip31 kB2013/12/12
RAy1 (10 GHz), version 4.1.49.0  
Firmware
(pro jednotky, které mají fw 4.1.39.0 a vyšší)
bm1-4.1.49.0.cpio5 801 kB2013/02/07
Firmware changelog - cz ray-fw1-cz-notes.pdf97 kB2013/02/07
MIB Release notes ray-mib-en-notes.pdf46 kB2013/02/01
MIB table RacomRay10.mib23 kB2012/11/15
MIB tabulka RacomRay_1.0.mib23 kB2013/02/01
Popis změn MIB ray-mib-cz-notes.pdf46 kB2013/02/01
User manual - cz ray-m3-cz.pdf6 319 kB2013/02/06
User manual - en ray-m3-en.pdf6 254 kB2013/02/06
RAy1 (10 GHz), version 4.1.48.0  
Firmware
(pro jednotky, které mají fw 4.1.39.0 a vyšší)
bm1-4.1.48.0.cpio5 798 kB2012/11/12
Firmware changelog - cz ray-fw1-cz-notes.pdf96 kB2012/11/12
MIB Release notes ray-mib-en-notes.pdf46 kB2013/02/01
MIB table RacomRay10.mib23 kB2012/11/15
MIB tabulka RacomRay_1.0.mib23 kB2013/02/01
Popis změn MIB ray-mib-cz-notes.pdf46 kB2013/02/01
User manual - cz ray-m3-cz.pdf6 204 kB2012/11/12
User manual - en ray-m3-en.pdf6 139 kB2012/08/06
RAy1 (10 GHz), version 4.1.47.0  
Firmware changelog - cz ray-fw1-cz-notes.pdf104 kB2012/10/11
MIB table RacomRay10.mib22 kB2012/10/11
Package with firmware
(for units having fw 4.1.39.0 and later)
(pro jednotky s fw 4.1.39.0 a vyšším)
bm1-4.1.47.0.cpio5 797 kB2012/10/11
User manual - cz ray-m3-cz.pdf6 211 kB2012/08/06
User manual - en ray-m3-en.pdf6 139 kB2012/08/06
RAy1 (10 GHz), version 4.1.46.0  
Firmware changelog - cz ray-fw1-cz-notes.pdf94 kB2012/02/24
MIB table RacomRay10.mib20 kB2011/09/12
Package with firmware
(for units having fw 4.1.39.0 and later)
(pro jednotky s fw 4.1.39.0 a vyšším)
bm1-4.1.46.0.cpio5 795 kB2012/03/06
Package with manuals and MIB table  bm1-doc-4.1.46.0.cpio1 765 kB2012/03/06
User manual - cz ray-m3-cz.pdf6 201 kB2011/11/23
User manual - en ray-m3-en.pdf6 134 kB2011/11/23
RAy1 (10 GHz), version 4.1.43.0  
Firmware changelog - cz Release_notes-cz.pdf36 kB2011/11/21
Firmware changelog - en Release_notes-en.pdf38 kB2011/11/21
MIB table RacomRay10.mib20 kB2011/09/12
Package with firmware
(for units having fw 4.1.39.0 and later)
(pro jednotky s fw 4.1.39.0 a vyšším)
bm1-4.1.43.0.cpio5 768 kB2011/11/11
Package with manuals and MIB table  bm1-doc-4.1.43.0.cpio1 795 kB2011/11/11
User manual - cz ray-m3-cz.pdf6 201 kB2011/11/23
User manual - en ray-m3-en.pdf6 134 kB2011/11/23
RAy1 (10 GHz), version 4.1.37.0  
Installation manual - cz ray-m1-cz.pdf4 708 kB2011/05/18
Installation manual - en ray-m1-en.pdf4 722 kB2010/11/24
MIB table RacomRay10.mib19 kB2011/02/01
User manual - cz - EU channels ray-m2-eu.pdf1 598 kB2011/05/18
User manual - cz ray-m2-cz.pdf1 572 kB2011/05/18
RAy1 (10 GHz), version 3.0.21.0  
Installation manual - cz ray-m1-cz.pdf4 619 kB2010/06/10
User manual - cz ray-m2-cz.pdf1 416 kB2009/12/09
RAy1 (11, 17, 24 GHz), version 1.1.18.0  
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Popis změn firmwaru RAy-fw4-cz-notes.pdf40 kB2015/10/26
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Firmware Release notes RAy-fw4-en-notes.pdf26 kB2015/10/26
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Firmware (for units with fw 0.1.14.0 and higher) bm4-1.1.18.0.cpio12 419 kB2015/10/26
RAy1 - 11,17,24 GHz - User Manual RAy_man_en.pdf8 583 kB2015/09/24
RAy1 (11, 17, 24 GHz), version 1.1.17.0  
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Popis změn firmwaru RAy-fw4-cz-notes.pdf33 kB2014/11/26
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Firmware Release notes RAy-fw4-en-notes.pdf19 kB2014/11/26
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Firmware (for units with fw 0.1.14.0 and higher) bm4-1.1.17.0.cpio12 275 kB2014/11/20
RAy1 - 11,17,24 GHz - User Manual RAy_man_en.pdf8 583 kB2015/09/24
RAy1 (11, 17, 24 GHz), version 1.1.14.0  
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - User Manual RAy_man_en.pdf8 378 kB2014/07/15
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Uživatelský manuál RAy_man_cz.pdf8 494 kB2014/07/15
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Firmware (for units with fw 0.1.14.0 and higher) bm4-1.1.14.0.cpio12 274 kB2014/08/05
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Firmware Release notes RAy-fw4-en-notes.pdf16 kB2014/04/02
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Popis změn firmwaru RAy-fw4-cz-notes.pdf92 kB2014/08/05
RAy1 (11, 17, 24 GHz), version 1.1.11.0  
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - User Manual RAy_man_en.pdf8 390 kB2014/01/15
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Uživatelský manuál RAy_man_cz.pdf8 597 kB2014/01/15
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Firmware (for units with fw 0.1.14.0 and higher) bm4-1.1.11.0.cpio12 272 kB2014/04/02
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Firmware Release notes RAy-fw4-en-notes.pdf16 kB2014/04/02
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Popis změn firmwaru RAy-fw4-cz-notes.pdf30 kB2014/04/02
RAy1 (11, 17, 24 GHz), version 1.1.10.0  
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - User Manual RAy_man_en.pdf8 331 kB2013/11/29
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Uživatelský manuál RAy_man_cz.pdf8 536 kB2013/11/29
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Firmware (for units with fw 0.1.14.0 and higher) bm4-1.1.10.0.cpio12 275 kB2013/12/11
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Firmware Release notes RAy-fw4-en-notes.pdf80 kB2013/12/11
RAy1 - 11, 17, 24 GHz - Popis změn firmwaru RAy-fw4-cz-notes.pdf80 kB2013/12/11
RAy1 (17 GHz), version 1.1.5.0  
RAy1 - 11, 17 GHz - Uživatelský manuál RAy_man_cz.pdf6 430 kB2013/06/28
RAy1 - 10, 11, 17 GHz - Frekvenční tabulky a modulace RAy_freqpar_cz.pdf740 kB2013/06/21
RAy1 - 11, 17 GHz - Frequency and modulation tables RAy_freqpar_en.pdf1 458 kB2013/09/25
RAy1 - 11, 17 GHz - firmware pro stanice s fw 0.1.14.0 a vyšším bm4-1.1.5.0.cpio12 256 kB2013/07/15
RAy1 (17 GHz), version 1.1.3.0  
RAy1 - 10, 11, 17 GHz - technické parametry RAy_vol2_man_cz.pdf742 kB2013/05/16
RAy1 - 11, 17 GHz - firmware pro stanice s fw 0.1.14.0 a vyšším bm4-1.1.3.0.cpio12 250 kB2013/05/27
RAy1 - 11, 17 GHz - uživatelský manuál RAy_vol1_man_cz.pdf6 434 kB2013/05/23
RAy1 (17 GHz), version 0.1.18.0  
Firmware
určeno pro stanice s fw 0.1.14.0 a vyšším
bm4-0.1.18.0.cpio12 192 kB2013/04/05
RAy1 - 17 GHz – Uživatelský manuál ray17-m3-cz.pdf6 519 kB2013/04/10
MIB tabulka RacomRay_1.1.mib23 kB2013/04/11
RAy1 (17 GHz), version 0.1.15.0  
Firmware changelog ray-fw4-en-notes.pdf61 kB2013/04/09
Frekvenční tabulky bm4-RACOM-ray17_baseline-v9.cpio9 kB2013/02/20
Firmware
určeno pro stanice s fw 0.1.14.0 a vyšším
bm4-0.1.15.0.cpio12 183 kB2013/04/09
RAy1 - 17 GHz – Uživatelský manuál ray17-m3-cz.pdf6 519 kB2013/04/10
MIB tabulka RacomRay_1.0.mib23 kB2013/02/01
Popis změn MIB ray-mib-cz-notes.pdf46 kB2013/02/01
Popis změn firmwaru ray-fw4-cz-notes.pdf62 kB2013/04/09
RAy1 (17 GHz), version 0.1.13.0  
MIB Release notes ray-mib-en-notes.pdf46 kB2013/02/01
MIB tabulka RacomRay_1.0.mib23 kB2013/02/01
Mikrovlnný spoj RAy17 – Uživatelský manuál - předběžný ray17-m3-cz.pdf6 445 kB2013/01/30
Popis změn MIB ray-mib-cz-notes.pdf46 kB2013/02/01
Tisková zpráva RAy 17 press_ray17.pdf366 kB2012/11/09
RAy2 version 2.1.22.0  
RAy2 - Firmware Release notes RAy2-fw6-en-notes.pdf20 kB2016/06/15
RAy2 - Firmware bm6-2.1.22.0.cpio15 169 kB2016/06/15
RAy2 - Popis změn firmware RAy2-fw6-cz-notes.pdf36 kB2016/06/15
RAy2 - Zabbix templates RAy2_Zabbix_templ.zip23 kB2016/07/22
RAy2 version 2.1.13.0  
RAy2 - Firmware Release notes RAy2-fw6-en-notes.pdf33 kB2015/11/18
RAy2 - Firmware bm6-2.1.13.0.cpio15 117 kB2015/11/18
RAy2 - Popis změn firmware RAy2-fw6-cz-notes.pdf34 kB2015/11/18
RAy2 - MIB table RacomRAy_1.3.mib30 kB2016/01/29
RAy2 - Zabbix templates RAy2_Zabbix_templ.zip21 kB2016/01/29
RAy2 version 2.1.12.0  
RAy2 - Firmware Release notes RAy2-fw6-en-notes.pdf17 kB2015/09/15
RAy2 - Firmware bm6-2.1.12.0.cpio15 117 kB2015/09/15
RAy2 - Popis změn firmware RAy2-fw6-cz-notes.pdf33 kB2015/09/15
RAy2 version 2.1.7.0  
RAy2 - Firmware Release notes RAy2-fw6-en-notes.pdf15 kB2015/07/13
RAy2 - Firmware bm6-2.1.7.0.cpio15 131 kB2015/06/26
RAy2 - Popis změn firmware RAy2-fw6-cz-notes.pdf30 kB2015/07/13
RAy2 version 2.1.5.0  
RAy2 - Firmware Release notes RAy2-fw6-en-notes.pdf13 kB2015/06/05
RAy2 - Firmware bm6-2.1.7.0.cpio15 131 kB2015/06/26
RAy2 - Popis změn firmware RAy2-fw6-cz-notes.pdf28 kB2015/06/05
RAy2 version 2.0.4.0  
RAy2 - Firmware Release notes RAy2-fw6-en-notes.pdf95 kB2014/11/18
RAy2 - Firmware bm6-2.0.4.0.cpio12 844 kB2014/11/18
RAy2 version 1.3.3.0  
RAy - 11, 17, 24 GHz - User Manual RAy_man_en.pdf8 379 kB2014/08/12
RAy2 - Firmware Release notes RAy2-fw6-en-notes.pdf5 kB2014/09/25
RAy2 - Firmware bm6-1.3.3.0.cpio12 053 kB2014/09/25
RAy2 version 1.2.2.0  
RAy2 - Firmware bm6-1.2.2.0.cpio11 498 kB2014/06/24