RipEX – Radio modem & Router



  • Native IP device
  • 1× ETH, 2× COM, 1× USB
  • Sleep & Save modes
  • 0.1–10 watts, – 40 to +70 °C
  • WiFi management
  • SW feature keys
  • Backup routes
  • Fast remote access

Reference showcase (view more)

RipEX is a best-in-class radio modem renowned for overall data throughput. This Software Defined Radio with Linux OS is a native IP device which has been designed with attention to detail, performance and quality. All relevant state-of-the-art concepts have been carefully implemented.

RipEX provides 24/7 reliable service for mission-critical applications like SCADA & Telemetry for Utilities, SmartGrid power networks or any packet network.

Different protocols on Radio channel are optimized for different applications: Fully Transparent, Flexible for meshing networks providing unlimited footprint coverage without base stations, or even the sophisticated Base driven protocol optimized for TCP/IP applications like IEC104 making them reliable and stable even with a high number of RTU’s.

Thanks to the web interface anybody with basic IP knowledge is capable of starting up RipEX within a few minutes and can maintain the network quite easily.

Take the opportunity to remotely access and test a live RipEX network. Contact us for access details.


  • Bridge mode – Packets received on any interface are broadcast to the respective interfaces on all units. Additionally, packets received on COM are broadcast to both COM1 and COM2 at remote sites, allowing you to connect 2 RTU’s to each remote unit.
  • Router mode – RipEX works as a standard IP Router with 2 interfaces (Radio and Ethernet) and 2 COM port devices without any compromise. There is an option of two protocols on Radio channel: Flexible – unlimited anti-collision meshing without base stations or Base driven where all packet transmissions are managed by the local base station.

Differences overview


  • Transparent network
  • Collisions are not resolved on Radio channel=> Suitable for master-slave polling
  • Repeater(s) is possible

Router Compared to Bridge, Router mode has got these additional features:

  • Terminal server
    – 5 independent sessions
    – encapsulates serial protocol to TCP(UDP) and vice versa
    – eliminates a transfer of TCP overhead over Radio channel
    – suitable for IP and serial RTU’s combination within one network
  • TCP proxy
    – converts TCP into UDP and vice versa
    – TCP run only locally between connected device and RipEX on LAN
    – only payload (user) data are transferred over Radio channel
    – i.e. less traffic on Radio channel, no more problems with TCP timeouts
  • ARP proxy
    – RipEX can mimic any IP address (typically RTU behind the Radio channel)
    – suitable for RTU’s without routing capabilities within the same subnet
  • Subnets
    – any number of virtual Ethernet interfaces
    – IP aliases – any number of IP addresses on the Ethernet interface
  • VLAN
    – any number of VLANs assigned to Subnets
    – RipEX management can be done over VLAN




  • > 200 kbps@50 kHz
  • > 100 kbps@25 kHz
  • > 50 kbps@12.5 kHz
  • > 25 kbps@6.25 kHz
  • Maximum possible while maintaining communication reliability in NLOS environment
  • Radio protocol overhead – min. Rx/Tx switching time, synchronization, headers
  • Optimization – embedded optimization triples throughput on the Radio channel
  • TCP proxy, Terminal servers – eliminates TCP overhead transfer over-the-air
  • Stream mode – transmitting starts immediately on the Radio channel, without waiting for the end of the received frame on COM => zero latency
  • Auto-speed – receiver is automatically adjusted to the data rate of the incoming frame
  • Calculate RipEX network performance here.

Transparent / Bridge

  • Fully transparent
  • Repeater(s) supported
  • No collision avoidance capability
  • All messages received from user interfaces are immediately transmitted to the Radio channel, without any checking or processing
  • Suitable for master-slave polling applications

Flexible / Router

  • No limits in network design – each radio can work as base station, a repeater, a remote, or all of these simultaneously
  • Master or even multi master-slave polling and report by exception from remotes concurrently
  • Unlimited IP routing – any radio can communicate with any other
  • Radio channel access is a proprietary combination of LBT, CSMA and TDMA
  • Each packet is transferred as an acknowledged unicast
  • Possibility of different data speed for individual links from each radio modem
  • Sophisticated anti-collision protocol on Radio channel
    => simultaneous report by exception from remotes and multi-master polling
    => simultaneous traffic from all user interfaces on each unit

Base driven / Router

  • Designed for Star topology, repeaters supported
  • Optimized for TCP/IP, especially for IEC104
  • Suitable also for collision networks when a remote is not be heard by other remotes and/or different Rx and Tx frequencies are used
  • More than 90% of Radio channel capacity dedicated for user data
  • All traffic is managed and optimized by Base station
  • There are never collisions in the network
  • Radio channel access is granted by a proprietary deterministic algorithm
  • Stable response times with minimum jitter
  • Fair distribution of channel capacity among all remotes
  • Up to 255 remotes under one Base station
  • High reliability – acknowledged unicast packets on Radio channel
  • Info sheet




  • Modbus, IEC101, DNP3, PR2000, Comli, DF1, Profibus, Async Link, C24, Cactus, RP570, Slip, Siemens 3964(R) and others
  • Serial SCADA protocol addresses are mapped to RipEX IP addresses


  • Each radio hop typically 5-50 km, right up to 100 km
  • Line of sight is not required
  • High resistance to multipath propagation and interference
  • Carrier output power 0.1 – 10W
  • Exceptional data sensitivity
    -99 dBm / 16DEQAM / 25 kHz / BER 10e-6
    -115 dBm / 2CPFSK / 25 kHz / BER 10e-6
    Guaranteed values
  • Any unit can work simultaneously as a repeater
  • Unlimited number of repeaters on the way
  • Embedded tools for network planning and testing
  • Hybrid networks – any IP network (WLAN, Internet, etc.) can interconnect RipEX units
  • Tested path between two RipEX IP addresses (even behind a repeater or LAN)
  • If primary route fails, automatic switch-over to backup gateway
  • Backup gateway can be behind Radio or Ethernet interfaces
  • Alternative path(s) continuously tested, i.e. switch-over only to functioning backup
  • Unlimited number of Alternative paths
  • Alternative paths priorities


  • 3 years warranty
  • -40 to +70 °C
  • Industrial hardened design
  • Approved for Hazardous locations
  • Electrical power substation hardened (IEEE 1613)
  • Vibration and shock resistant, Seismic qualified
  • Units tested in a climatic chamber (hot/cold) as well as in real traffic
  • Heavy-duty industrial components
  • Components sourced exclusively from manufactures / authorised dealers
  • Rugged die-cast aluminum case
  • RipEX-HS – redundant 19″ hot-standby chassis
  • AES256 data encryption
  • Firewall – Layer 2 – MAC, Layer 3 – IP, Layer 4 – TCP/UDP
  • Secured management – https, http, access password, ssh
  • SSL (own) certificate up to 2048 bits for https
  • Licensed radio bands (non shared operation)
  • FEC, interleaving, proprietary data compression
  • CRC32 data integrity control on Radio channel
  • Proprietary protocol on Radio channel with packet acknowledgement
  • Backup routes

HW models

  • Different models in 135 – 960 MHz bands
  • Separate connectors for Rx and Tx antenna
  • Internal GPS module (NTP synchronization)
  • The same HW for Base, Repeater or Remote stations => minimising spares, enabling easy network reconfiguration

SW feature keys

  • SW authorization keys allow to use or to add advance features only when and where needed
  • Router, 166/83, COM2, 10W, Backup routes, Master
  • Future investment protection – gradual upgrade
  • Time limited keys – allow to test features prior to the order
  • Free Master-key trial – all coded features for 30 days in every RipEX
  • Solar-panel-powering ready
  • Sleep mode – 0.1 W, wake up triggered by Digital input
  • Save mode – 2 W, wake up by a received packet from Radio channel or by Digital input
  • Basic IP knowledge is sufficient
  • Intuitive Web interface – all configuration parameters within one page
  • Wizards – fast and simple setup
  • Multi-layer documentation
    – Balloons, Helps on Web interface
    – Manual, Application notes, Product video
  • Fast remote access – only the needed data from remote unit are transferred over the air, html page downloaded from the local unit.
  • Automatic Firmware and SW keys upgrade from flash disc
  • Service access via ETH or USB interfaces independently.
  • User traffic non-intrusive management via USB using either ETH/USB adapter or WiFi/USB adapter with DHCP
  • CLI via SSH
  • SNMP
  • Embedded diagnostics & network management
  • Radio link testing – Ping with RSS, Data Quality, Homogenity separately for each radio hop
  • Monitoring – Real time/Save-to-file analysis of all interfaces
  • Watched values and their broadcasting incl. Alarms
    (TXLost, Ucc, Temp, PWR, VSWR, ETH [Rx/Tx], COM1,2 [Rx/Tx])
  • Neighbours – Count, RSS, DQ + Watched values from neighbouring units
  • Statistic – detailed statistics for each radio link and all user interfaces
    (Rx/Tx packets, Rx/Tx bytes, Repeats, Lost, Rejected…)
  • Graphs – real-time sampling means 10 samples saved even before Alarm
  • History – 20 periods (e.g. days) saved for Statistic, Graphs, Watched values
  • SNMP plus SNMP trap alarms when preset thresholds exceeded
    => no proprietary Network Management Software required
  • HW Alarm input, HW Alarm output
  • External Flash disc – Automatic firmware upgrade, SW Keys upload, configuration backup/restore, ssl certificate upload and configuration, technical support package download

Customer benefits

  • Standard RipEX units used – no expensive temporary migration HW required
  • Budget investment directed where needed
  • No network outage during migration
  • Migration as part of regular maintenance
  • No time limits for legacy and new RipEX networks co-existence
  • Gradual one by one replacement
  • Pay as you grow !

Technical features

  • No changes to legacy network required
  • The same frequency for legacy and the new RipEX radio network can be used
  • The same antenna for legacy and the new RipEX radio network can be used
  • Automatic Antenna Switch automatically manages antenna switching
  • RipEX routing table manages traffic for legacy and new network
  • HW contact for ‘Carrier On’ legacy base station transmissions supported
  • Reduced traffic load on legacy network offers improved performance
  • SCADA central SW and RTU’s can also be migrated, gradually and independently of each other or simultaneously. The new SCADA can be used simultaneously with the legacy one on another RipEX interface e.g. Ethernet. Central RipEX radio will then route packets for new RTU’s via new radio network.
  • All RipEX features e.g. unlimited number of repeaters on the way can be used in a new RipEX network
  • More information in Info sheet or Application note


  • Removable plate with sticker for your notes
  • DIN rail, flat or 19” rack mounting
  • Demo case – the set of 3 units for your non-binding testing
  • Model offerings

Radio parameters
Frequency bands 135–154; 154–174; 215-240; 300–320; 320–340; 340–360; 368–400;
400–432; 432–470; 470-512; 928–960 MHz – detail
Channel spacing 6.25 / 12.5 / 25 / 50 kHz (1)
Frequency stability +/- 1.0 ppm
Modulation Linear (QAM): 16DEQAM, D8PSK, π/4DQPSK, DPSK
Exponential (FM): 4CPFSK, 2CPFSK
Data speed (up to) > 200 kbps@50 kHz; > 100 kbps@25 kHz; > 50 kbps@12.5 kHz; > 25 kbps@6,25 kHz (2)
FEC (Forward Error Correction) On/Off, 3/4 Trellis code with Viterbi soft-decoder
RF Output power Linear (QAM): 0.5 – 1.0 – 2.0 W
Exponential (FM): 0.1 – 0.2 – 0.5 – 1.0 – 2.0 – 3.0 – 4.0 – 5.0 – 10 (3) W
Duty cycle Continuous
Rx to Tx Time < 1.5 ms
Intermodulation Attenuation > 40 dB
Spurious Emissions (Conducted) < -36 dBm
Radiated Spurious Emissions < -36 dBm
Adjacent channel power < -60 dBc
Transient adjacent channel power < -60 dBc
Sensitivity detail
Anti-aliasing Selectivity 50 kHz @ -3dB BW
Tx to Rx Time < 1.5 ms
Maximum Receiver Input Power 20 dBm (100 mW)
Rx Spurious Emissions (Conducted) < -57 dBm
Radiated Spurious Emissions < -57 dBm
Blocking or desensitization detail
Spurious response rejection > 70 dB
Primary power 10 to 30 VDC, negative GND
Rx 5 W/13.8 V; 4.8 W/24 V; (Radio part < 2 W)
Modulation RF power Power consumption
13,8 V 24 V
Exponencial (FM): 4CPFSK, 2CPFSK 0,1 W 13,8 W 13,2 W
1 W 15,2 W 14,4 W
5 W 33,1 W 31,2 W
10 W 41,4 W 38,4 W
Linear (QAM): 16DEQAM, D8PSK, π/4DQPSK 0.5 W

1.0 W

2.0 W

30.4 W 30 W
Sleep mode 0.1 W
Save mode 2 W
Ethernet 10/100 Base-T Auto MDI/MDIX / RJ45
COM 1 RS232 / DB9F
300–115 200 bps
COM 2 RS232/RS485 SW configurable / DB9F
300–115 200 bps
USB USB 1.1 / Host A
Antenna 50 ohms / TNC female
LED panel
7x tri-color status LEDs Power, ETH, COM1, COM2, Rx, Tx, Status
IP Code (Ingress Protection) IP40
Hazardous locations Ex II 3G Ex ic IIC T4 Gc
Electric power substations environment IEC 1613:2009 Class 1
Seismic qualification IEC 980:1989 (seismic category 1a)
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) > 900.000 hours (> 100 years)
Operating temperature −40 to +70 °C (−40 to +158 °F)
Operating humidity 5 to 95% non-condensing
Storage −40 to +85 °C (−40 to +185 °F) / 5 to 95 % non-condensing
Casing Rugged die-cast aluminium
Dimensions 50 H x 150 W x 118 D mm (1.97 x 5.9 x 4.65 in)
Weight 1.1 kg (2.4 lbs)
Mounting DIN rail, L-bracket, Flat-bracket, 19″ Rack shelf
Operating modes Bridge / Router
User protocols on COM Modbus, IEC101, DNP3, PR2000, UNI, Comli, DF1, RP570, Profibus…
User protocols on Ethernet Modbus TCP, IEC104, DNP3 TCP, Comli TCP Terminal server…
Serial to IP convertors Modbus RTU / Modbus TCP, DNP3 / DNP3 TCP
Protocol on Radio channel
Multi master applications Yes
Report by exception Yes
Collision Avoidance Capability Yes
Remote to Remote communication Yes
Addressed & acknowledged serial SCADA protocols Yes
Data integrity control CRC 32
Encryption AES256
Optimization up to 3x higher throughput
Diagnostics and Management
Radio link testing Yes (ping with RSS, Data Quality, Homogenity)
Watched values
(Can be broadcast to neighbouring units. Received info displayed in Neighbours table)
Device – Ucc, Temp, PWR, VSWR, (4)HW Alarm Input.
Radio channel – (4)RSScom, (4)DQcom, TXLost[%]
User interfaces – ETH[Rx/Tx], COM1[Rx/Tx], COM2[Rx/Tx]
Statistics For Rx/Tx Packets on User interfaces (ETH, COM1, COM2) and for User data and Radio protocol (Repeates, Lost, ACK etc.) on Radio channel
Graphs For Watched values and Statistics
History (Statistics, Neighbours, Graphs) 20 periods (configurable, e.g. days)
Trap alarms generation for Watched values
Monitoring Real time/Save to file analysis of all physical interfaces (RADIO, ETH, COM1, COM2) and some internal interfaces between software modules (e.g. Terminal servers, Modus TCP server etc.)
Radio ETSI EN 300 113-2 V1.5.1
ETSI EN 302 561 V1.3.2
FCC Part 90
EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2
ETSI EN 301 489-5 V1.3.1
IEEE 1613:2009 Class 1
Safety EN 60950-1:2006
EN 60950–1:2006/A11:2009
EN 60950–1:2006/A12:2011
EN 60950–1:2006/A1:2010
Vibration and shock EN 61373:1999
Seismic qualification IEC 980:1989 (seismic category 1a)
Hazardous locations EN 60079-0:2012, IEC60079-0:2011, UL60079-0:2013
EN 60079-11:2012, IEC60079-11:2011, UL60079-11:2013


(1) 50 kHz channel spacing is HW dependend. Units with older version boards are still in production. 50 kHz channel spacing requirement kindly specify in your order; 6.25 kHz channel spacing is not available for RipEX-928

(2) Data speed varies and depends heavily on the data structure, optimization effectivity, protocol on Radio channel, signal budgets and many other parameters of the network. Practical tests are recommended.

(3) for output power 10 W it is recommended to use input power above 11 VDC, RipEX-470, RipEX-928 – max. RF Output power 8W

(4) not broadcast

  • Polling, Report-by-exception, Mesh
  • SCADA & Telemetry
  • Water
  • Oil & Gas
  • Electricity
  • Smart grid
  • POS & ATM
  • Lottery
  • Weather
  • References
  • Redundant hot standby chassis (fully monitored, hot swappable, 1+1 redundant)
  • Two booted-up standard RipEX units inside
  • Automatic switchover capability on detection of failure
  • Suitable for Central sites, Repeaters or Important remote sites where no single point of failure is required
  • Details
  • Part No.: RipEX-HS
  • For WiFi service access to the web interface via USB connector
  • Built-in DHCP server (up to 5 leases)
  • To access the RipEX always use the fixed IP
  • Part No.: OTH-W1-WIFI
  • For service access to the web interface via USB connector
  • Built-in DHCP server (up to 5 leases)
  • To access the RipEX always use the fixed IP
  • Part No.: OTH-X5-ETH/USB
  • For 3 pcs of RipEXes and 1 pc of M!DGE
  • Suitable for functional demonstration
  • Contains samples of RipEX accessories
  • Ready for complete application bench-test
  • Possible to use for signal measurement in fields (N connector for RipEX external antenna, battery supply)
  • Rugged and sturdy, Ultra High-Impact ABS Plastic
  • Dustproof, airtight, watertight
  • Outside dimension: 455 x 365 x 185 mm
  • Weight approx. 4 kg (excluding the RipEx’s and M!DGE)
  • Part No.: RipEX_DEMO_CASE
  • External assembly
  • For vertical mounting
  • To DIN rail or directly to a mounting surface
  • Part No.: RipEX_L_BRACKET
  • External assembly
  • For flat mounting
  • Directly to a flat mounting surface (cabinet, wall)
  • Part No.: RipEX_F_BRACKET
  • 1.6U (70mm) high
  • Ready for assembly with two RipEX’es
  • Can be assembled with power supplies
  • For laboratory testing
  • 50 ohms
  • Up to 1 W output power
  • Part No.: RipEX_DUMMYLOAD
  • Lightning arrester for high-frequency transmitters of up to 95W and 3.5GHz
  • Serves to protect coaxial cables and telecomms equipment
  • Deployed between zones PLZ0A(B) and LPZ1
  • Also suitable for the PLZ0A zone, serving as a lightning conductor
  • Thanks to the F/F design, neatly fits in place of the PG9 zone-interface connector
  • A straightforward to replace gas-based lightning arrester (5-year manufacturer recommended replacement interval)
  • Datasheet OTH-HX090F/F
  • Part No.: OTH-HX090F/F
  • 50 cm (19.7 in)
  • RG58
  • TNC male – N male
  • For antenna feedline extension inside of the cabinet, e.g. between RipEX and antenna surge protection
  • Part No.: RipEX_C_NM_50
  • For Migration Solution
  • Automatically manages antenna switching: when one base station transmits, the other one is disconnected from the common antenna
  • Attenuation between antenna connectors > 50 dB
  • Insertion loss max. 4.5 dB in full frequency range
  • RF output power of connected second radio modem up to 25 watts (duty cycle 50%)
  • Different models for different frequency bands: 135-174 MHz, 300-340 MHz, 400-470 MHz
  • Includes 3 cables RG58 each 50 cm (20 in) long: 1x SMA(f)-TNC(m), 2x SMA(f)-N(f)
  • Panel or DIN rail mounting
  • Part No.: RipEX_MIG_AAS
  • For Migration Solution
  • RS232 cable between RipEX and legacy base station
  • 2m (80 in) long
  • Crossing cable (null-modem), Rx->Tx, Tx->Rx, GND
  • ‘Carrier On’ contact for legacy base station keying (Relay Dry Contact), managed by CTS envelope from RipEX
  • DSUB9M – DSUB9M, ‘open wires’ for ‘Carrier On’ contact for legacy base station
  • Part No.: RipEX_MIG_232
  • Heavy duty, tested in all environments
  • 3rd party products, recommended by RACOM
  • Frequency ranges correspond with RipEX one‘s
  • Dipoles, Double dipoles, Short and Long Yagi‘s for all bands
Antenna types and details


RipEX settings

Operating Mode
Radio protocol
Channel spacing [kHz]
Modulation type
Modulation rate [kbps]


Use our calculations for a simplistic overview of RipEX network performance. RipEX settings are common for both independent parts – Payload bitrate and Netwok performance. Payload bitrate gives you a quick and easy idea of the possible bitrate in the RipEX network. Network performance is the more robust and detailed option. See the details in respective helps.

Payload bitrate 

Based on this calculation, one can see the effect packet length has on the resulting bitrate. Since the RipEX radio protocol overhead per packet is fixed, the longer the user data are, the higher the payload bitrate.

 Average message size bytes
User data size without any headers (IP, TCP, UDP, …).
 Payload bitrate kbps
The payload bitrate in kbps. Since RipEX uses customized IP packet on the Radio channel, payload bitrate includes 28 bytes of IP packet overhead – 20B IP header and 8B UDP header. This calculation assumes using the UDP as the Layer 4 protocol. If you are using TCP, the resulting bitrate would be lower due to higher TCP overhead – you can use our TCP proxy functionality to optimize the communication (see the Manual).
 One-hop forwarding time msec
The average time in milliseconds to transmit a single packet between two RipEX units.

Network performance 

Network performance calculation is intended to give you a quick performance overview based on several basic parameters.

 Total Number of sites
Number of RipEX units in the network. The minimum number of RipEX units is three (including the local unit). The calculations work with collision probabilities in the report-by-exception type of networks and are mainly intended for networks with many (> 5) units.
 Average hops per path to remote
Average hop count to the remote sites. E.g. 9 remote stations directly connected to the center (one radio hop) and one remote station over one repeater (two radio hops) results in 1.1.
Average message size 
User data size without any headers (IP, TCP, UDP, …).
center => remote bytes
remote => center bytes
Interface speed 
Ethernet interface speed or the baud rate [bps] for the serial (COM) interface. Using TCP instead of UDP lowers the total network capacity due to the higher TCP overhead (ETH – UDP/IP and serial options are equal.
Processing time 
Time for the RTUs / SCADA devices to process queries.
center msec
remote msec

Polling Cycle (Single master)

 Average RTT per remote msec
Round Trip Time (RTT) is the time required for a packet to travel from the source (SCADA center) to the destination (remote RTU) and back again.
 Total polling cycle sec
The time required for the master (SCADA center) to poll all slaves (remote RTUs) one by one and to receive their responses.

Mesh mode 

In mesh type networks, all radio modems can access each other randomly and spontaneously. Mesh networks can also host polling or report-by-exception applications, even in several instances.
 Total IP network capacity bytes/sec
Total network capacity in bytes per second (includes IP packet overhead). The resulting number refers to the maximum number in the optimally designed RipEX network. The more hops per path, the less overlap, and consequently more capacity left for simultaneous transmissions from different remotes. That is the reason for a higher capacity with more hops in the network. Nevertheless, that figure can be fully used only when there is a significant portion of communication load among the remotes themselves, or from remotes to e.g. local concentrators. When all messages have eventually to reach the single master station over the same radio channel, any calculation of total network capacity loses its sense, for obvious reasons. Certainly such a "central radio bottleneck" can (and should) be eliminated by e.g. adding extra channels or wire connections to dominant repeaters or bypass dominant repeaters using more radio hops. Generally, every network employing narrowband radios requires "capacity-aware design".
Note: Total network capacity assumes that all radios in the network operate on the same RF channel.
 Total application network capacity bytes/sec
Total network capacity in bytes per second, but no IP packet overhead is included.
 Average message delivery time msec
Average time required for a message to be successfully delivered within the RipEX network in the report-by-exception mode (i.e. from the center to the remote unit).
Radio protocol Flexible only
Radio protocol Flexible only (Operating Mode = Router)
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Application notes ripex-app-en.pdf11 695 kB2017/03/16
DEMO handbook ripex-case-man-en.pdf3 604 kB2016/07/12
Datasheet RipEX - A3 - ver.1.10 ripex-dsA3-en.pdf1 659 kB2017/04/12
Datasheet RipEX - A4 - ver.1.10 ripex-dsA4-en.pdf1 758 kB2017/04/12
User manual ripex-man-en.pdf12 141 kB2017/04/11
RipEX - case studies  
Power distribution - CFE, Mexico ripex-cs-cfe-en.pdf2 902 kB2016/02/25
Water management - WSC, Malta ripex-cs-wsc-en.pdf1 281 kB2015/09/24
RipEX - press releases  
Press release RipEX - CFE tender ripex-pr-cfe-en.pdf233 kB2012/11/02
Press release RipEX - JEPCO tender ripex-pr-jepco-en.pdf200 kB2014/09/17
Press release RipEX - Product launch ripex-pr-launch-en.pdf96 kB2011/06/20
RipEX - info sheets  
Base Driven protocol ripex-base-driven-protocol-is.pdf620 kB2016/11/02
Migration solution ripex-migration-solution-is.pdf319 kB2016/09/19
RipEX, version
RipEX Firmware package ra1-RACOM- 763 kB2017/04/04
RipEX firmware Release notes ripex-fw-rn-en.pdf144 kB2016/11/04
RipEX – MIB database ripex-mib.zip25 kB2017/04/04
RipEX – Zabbix templates ripex-zabbix.zip41 kB2017/04/04
ANT-135 MHz-OV138.1 Antenna 135-150 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ov1381eng.pdf49 kB2013/01/08
ANT-135 MHz-OV138.2 Antenna 135-150 MHz, double dipole, 7.6 dBi ov1382eng.pdf51 kB2013/01/08
ANT-136 MHz-KA138.3 Antenna 136-150 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ka1383eng.pdf46 kB2013/01/11
ANT-137 MHz-SA138.3 Antenna 137-144 MHz, 3 Yagi, 8 dBi sa1383eng.pdf53 kB2013/01/08
ANT-137 MHz-SA138.5 Antenna 137-144 MHz, 5 Yagi, 10 dBi sa1385eng.pdf53 kB2013/01/08
ANT-144 MHz-SA140.3 Antenna 144-152 MHz, 3 Yagi, 8 dBi sa1403eng.pdf53 kB2013/01/08
ANT-144 MHz-SA140.5 Antenna 144-152 MHz, 5 Yagi, 10 dBi sa1405eng.pdf53 kB2013/01/08
ANT-146 MHz-KA140.3 Antenna 146-158 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ka1403eng.pdf46 kB2013/01/11
ANT-150 MHz-OV160.1 Antenna 150-174 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ov1601eng.pdf44 kB2013/01/07
ANT-150 MHz-OV160.2 Antenna 150-174 MHz, double dipole, 7.6 dBi ov1602eng.pdf51 kB2013/01/07
ANT-152 MHz-KA150.3 Antenna 152-166 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ka1503eng.pdf46 kB2013/01/11
ANT-152 MHz-SA150.3 Antenna 152-162 MHz, 3 Yagi, 8 dBi sa1503eng.pdf53 kB2013/01/08
ANT-152 MHz-SA150.5 Antenna 152-162 MHz, 5 Yagi,10 dBi sa1505eng.pdf53 kB2013/01/08
ANT-158 MHz-KA160.3 Antenna 158-174 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ka1603eng.pdf47 kB2013/01/11
ANT-159 MHz-SA160.3 Antenna 159-174 MHz, 3 Yagi, 8 dBi sa1603eng.pdf53 kB2013/01/08
ANT-159 MHz-SA160.5 Antenna 159-174 MHz, 5 Yagi, 10.1 dBi sa1605eng.pdf55 kB2013/01/08
ANT-300 MHz-KA300.3 Antenna 300-330 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ka3003eng.pdf41 kB2013/01/11
ANT-300 MHz-OV300.1 Antenna 300-355 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ov3001eng.pdf50 kB2013/01/08
ANT-300 MHz-OV300.2 Antenna 300-355 MHz, double dipole, 9.2 dBi ov3002eng.pdf49 kB2013/01/08
ANT-300 MHz-SA300.5 Antenna 300-355 MHz, 5 Yagi, 9 dBi sa3005eng.pdf54 kB2012/05/22
ANT-300 MHz-SA300.9 Antenna 300-355 MHz, 9 Yagi, 12 dBi sa3009eng.pdf53 kB2012/05/22
ANT-330 MHz-KA330.3 Antenna 330-355 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ka3303eng.pdf41 kB2013/01/11
ANT-350 MHz-KA350.3 Antenna 350-380 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ka3503eng.pdf41 kB2013/01/11
ANT-350 MHz-OV350.1 Antenna 350-380 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ov3501eng.pdf43 kB2012/05/22
ANT-350 MHz-OV350.2 Antenna 350-380 MHz, double dipole, 9.5 dBi ov3502eng.pdf45 kB2012/05/22
ANT-350 MHz-SA350.5 Antenna 350-380 MHz, 5 Yagi, 8.7 dBi sa3505eng.pdf54 kB2012/05/22
ANT-350 MHz-SA350.9 Antenna 350-380 MHz, 9 Yagi, 12.5 dBi sa3509eng.pdf53 kB2012/05/23
ANT-380 MHz-OV380.1 Antenna 380-410 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ov3801eng.pdf48 kB2013/01/08
ANT-380 MHz-OV380.2 Antenna 380-410 MHz, double dipole, 9.5 dBi ov3802eng.pdf50 kB2013/01/08
ANT-380 MHz-SA380.5 Antenna 380-410 MHz, 5 Yagi, 8.7 dBi sa3805eng.pdf55 kB2012/05/22
ANT-380 MHz-SA380.9 Antenna 380-410 MHz, 9 Yagi, 12.5 dBi sa3809eng.pdf54 kB2012/05/22
ANT-400 MHz-KA400.3R Antenna 400-432 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ka4003Reng.pdf47 kB2013/01/11
ANT-400 MHz-OV400.1R Antenna 400-435 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ov4001Reng.pdf47 kB2013/01/08
ANT-400 MHz-OV400.2R Antenna 400-435 MHz, double dipole, 9.5 dBi ov4002Reng.pdf49 kB2013/01/08
ANT-400 MHz-SA400.5R Antenna 400-435 MHz, 5 Yagi, 8.6 dBi sa4005Reng.pdf54 kB2012/05/22
ANT-400 MHz-SA400.9R Antenna 400-435 MHz, 9 Yagi, 12.7 dBi sa4009Reng.pdf52 kB2012/05/22
ANT-430 MHz-OV430.1R Antenna 430-470 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ov4301Reng.pdf48 kB2012/05/22
ANT-430 MHz-OV430.2R Antenna 430-470 MHz, double dipole, 7.2 dBi ov4302Reng.pdf50 kB2012/05/22
ANT-430 MHz-SA440.5R Antenna 430-470 MHz, 5 Yagi, 8.7 dBi sa4405Reng.pdf54 kB2012/05/22
ANT-430 MHz-SA440.9R Antenna 430-470 MHz, 9 Yagi, 12.5 dBi sa4409Reng.pdf53 kB2012/05/22
ANT-440 MHz-KA400.3 Antenna 440-470 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ka4003eng.pdf41 kB2013/01/11
Coaxial overvoltage protection 0-1.5 GHz, N female/N female HX090F-F.pdf109 kB2012/06/06
Backup battery (12V/5Ah, FASTON.250) 12FGH23.pdf119 kB2012/05/23
Fan kit for RipEX - User manual ripex_fan_kit-m-en.pdf580 kB2015/02/27
PWS AC/DC-AD-155A MW_AD-155-spec.pdf351 kB2012/05/22
PWS-AC/DC-DR-75-12 MW_DR-75-spec.pdf259 kB2012/05/22
WSC Malta whitepaper wsc_psaila.pdf443 kB2015/09/24
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