Key features

Ethernet ports

  • M!DGE Ethernet ports can be configured either as a Switch (one IP address) or Router (up to four physically separated ports with individual IP addresses). Any combination of switched/routed ports is possible.

Ethernet subnets

  • One additional IP address (alias) for each LAN can be defined

Static routing

  • All IP packets are processed according to the Routing table
  • Advance options:
    • Extended routing
      • Precede any other static routes
      • Routing based on more parameters than just destination IP address/mask (e.g. source IP address/mask, protocol, ToS).
      • Automatically used for routes via IPsec tunnels
    • Multipath routes
      • Weighted IP session distribution for particular subnets across multiple interfaces. E.g. it might be used in case of M!DGE2 equipped with two cellular modules – it can be configured what traffic type can be sent via the 1st module and what type via 2nd one, as well as how much data should be sent via particular module (e.g. 80 : 20 %).

Dynamic routing

  • Two standard Dynamic IP routing protocols are implemented:


  • 802.1Q
  • M!DGE management can be done over separate VLAN

Terminal server

  • 2 independent sessions
  • Encapsulates serial protocol to TCP (UDP) and vice versa
  • Suitable for IP and serial RTU’s combination within one network
  • Eliminates a transfer of TCP overhead over-the-air


  • Non encrypted end-to-end tunnel
  • Encapsulates any network layer protocol inside virtual point-to-point link


  • Non encrypted end-to-end tunnel
  • Suitable for bridging to local interfaces
  • Typically combined with IPsec (security + Layer2 connectivity)


  • Virtual private networks between two hosts
  • For Microsoft Dial-up networking servers
  • Basic encryption and authentication features
  • Used in legacy networks


  • Encrypted end-to-end tunnel
  • The highest security
  • See details


  • Encrypted end-to-end tunnel
  • Suitable for point-to-multipoint
  • M!DGE can run as Server or Client
  • Authentication based on certificates
  • See details


  • Both NTP server and NTP client
  • NTP server may be synchronized from internal GPS


  • M!DGE can work as DHCP server
  • Up to 70 DHCP reservations
  • Additional IP passthrough option – connected device over the selected LAN port will obtain M!DGE’s cellular IP address via DHCP


  • Source and destination (IP/Mask/Port) translation for inbound and outbound packets supported


  • Prioritize critical traffic (e.g. SCADA) over lower priority applications (e.g. management)
  • Priority assignment or reservation of a specific bandwidth based on protocol (TCP, UDP…) and source and destination (IP/Mask/Port)
  • For outgoing traffic, individually for each interface (ETH1-4, Cellular)
  • 802.1p and DiffServ (DSCP) supported
  • Stochastic Fairness Queueing (SFQ) classes in combination with Hierarchy Token Bucket (HTB) qdiscs


  • Digitally signed FW
  • Secured FW upgrade
  • Secure boot
    • Device fully boots only when FW is not tampered
  • Physical port disable
    • Each physical interface (ETH’s, COM’s, USB…) can be individually enabled / disabled
  • Digital input – can be connected to cabinet door and used as alarm


    • Web interface
    • SSL (X.509) certificate
  • SSH 
    • Command Line Interface
  • Logical port disable
    • Each Logical port (HTTPS, SSH, SNMP…) or Virtual interface (Terminal server…) can be individually enabled / disabled
  • SNMP v3 (v1, v2c)

 Access Control 

  • Role-based access control (RBAC)
    • 2 levels
      • User – read only
      • Admin – full access
    • More users per level
    • Up to 5 concurrent users
    • Inactive user automatically log off after 30 min. inactivity
    • Lockout 5 min. after 10 failed login attempts
  • 802.1X
    • Supplicant client on ETH interfaces
  • Continuous improvement, no backdoor

Data Security

    • Encrypted end-to-end tunnel suitable for point-to-multipoint scenarios (i.e. one server and multiple clients)
    • Each unit can serve as one OpenVPN server, or up to four OpenVPN clients (or one server and three clients)
    • One M!DGE2 unit can interconnect up to 10 VPN clients, or up to 25 clients with a SERVER SW key
    • Authentication based on certificates and keys
    • Data integrity control (e.g., SHA256, SHA512, RSA-SHA512, MD5)
    • Data encryption (e.g., AES-256-CBC, AES-128-GCM)
    • Supports either routed mode (TUN, Layer3) or bridged mode (TAP, Layer2)
    • Failover peer selection
    • Application note
  • IPsec
    • Encrypted end-to-end tunnel
    • Mutual network-level peer authentication
    • Data-origin authentication
    • Reply protection against tampering
    • Data integrity control (e.g. MD5, SHA 1, 256, 384, 512)
    • Data encryption (e.g. 3DES, AES128, 192, 256)
    • Forward secrecy (PFS) Diffie-Hellman groups e.g.:
      • Regular Groups – modp1024, modp1536, modp2048, modp3072, modp4096, modp6144, modp8192
      • Modulo Prime Groups with Prime Order Subgroup – modp2048s256
      • NIST Elliptic Curve Groups – ecp256, ecp384, ecp512
      • Brainpool Elliptic Curve Groups – ecp256bp, ecp384bp, ecp512bp
    • Periodic cryptographic keys exchange (IKEv1, IKEv2)
    • Application note


  • Fully featured standard Linux firewall
  • Layer 2 – MAC, Layer 3 – IP, Layer 4 – TCP/UDP/…
  • All unwanted traffic is blocked at the network boundary


  • 3 years warranty standard, optionally longer
  • Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) > 25 years
  • – 40 to +70 °C
  • Electrical power substation hardened
  • Vibration and shock resistant
  • Seismic qualification
  • Industrial hardened design
  • Metal case
  • Heavy-duty industrial components
  • Components sourced exclusively from manufactures / authorized dealers
  • No adjustable components, No moving parts…

Cellular network

  • Automatic connect recovery
  • Fallback management
    • Automatic switching among multiple WAN profiles – various APNs, dual SIM cards, …)
  • Supervision
    • ICMP type connectivity checks
  • 4G/3G/2G automatic switching
    • Option to select specific service type or band only
  • Option to limit cellular connection only if signal quality is high enough
  • MIMO antenna operation


  • VRRP– Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol supported


Unique options


Special SW drivers map serial SCADA protocol addresses to M!DGE IP addresses and reduce the data amount which are transferred over-the-air.

  • Modbus, IEC101, DNP3, Comli, DF1, Async Link, Siemens 3964(R), UNI, C24, RP570, Cactus, Profibus, ITT Flygt
  • Application note


Radio and Cellular technologies interconnected within one network and utilize the best characteristics of each.

  • RipEX Radio modems and M!DGE Cellular routers together within one network
  • Takes advantage of the benefits of both technologies
  • Critical data on Radio part, large data or not so important sites on Cellular part
  • Standard units used – No additional hardware required
  • One technology can be used as back up for the other one
  • Industrial grade design and components in all products
  • Same SW protocol drivers and logic on all interfaces
  • One network interface for application – central RipEX manages the routing
  • Common SNMP management
  • High levels of Security and Flexibility
  • Info sheet
  • Application note

Network characteristics
Radio Cellular
Private network – completely under user’s control Public network – 3rd party dependency
Make use of existing infrastructure
Single user – guaranteed capacity and behaviour Multi users can affect capacity and behaviour
Licensed frequency – guaranteed quality of service Public networks – quality of service not guaranteed
Higher investment, guaranteed running fees paid to government Lower investment, unpredictable running fees paid to private company
Mission critical real-time applications Non-mission critical applications



Other details


SW customization

  • SDK – Software Development Kit
    • Simple and fast way to implement customer-specific functions and applications
    • SDK host defining the runtime environment (a sandbox)
    • SDK interpreter language (C-like scripting language)
    • SDK API allows to access HW interfaces (e.g. COM ports, I/O ports, external storage media) and also to configure (e.g. sending SMS messages, E-mails)

HW models
There are two slots which can be used for HW expansion:

  • mPCIe slot
    • Standard full size mini PCI Express slot
      • The second cellular module
      • GPS with time pulse (PPS) output
  • Proprietary extension slot
    • 8 pin connector
    • COM/IO expansion board: RS232/RS485 + 1× DI, 1× DO
  • USB adapter
    • External USB adapter may add either ETH or COM interface for payload data

SW keys
SW authorization keys allow to use or to add advanced features only when and where needed

  • LXC – Linux Container
    • Virtual embedded Linux instance for implementation of user specific services
  • SERVER – Server clients extension
    • Extension of OpenVPN (25 clients instead of default 10)

Trade name – trade and marketing name of the product. This name is used for the all products within the same product family.

Possible values: M!DGE

Gen. – generation of the product of specific Trade name. The very first generation doesn’t have any number in this position.

Possible values: none, 2

Bands – frequency bands

Possible values:
E – 4G/3G/2G, Europe, Middle East, Africa
P – 4G/3G/2G, Asia, Pacific, South America
A – 4G/3G/2G, Americas
U – only 3G/2G, world wide
Note: ‘P’ and ‘A’ are available for high volumes only

Slot – Proprietary extension slot

Possible values:
N – not used
C – Expansion 1x RS232/485 + 1×DI,1×DO, Part No.: M!DGE2-HW-COM/IO

mPCIe – mPCIe slot

Possible values:
N – not used
E – Expansion cellular module, Bands E, Part.No.: mPCIe-E
P – Expansion cellular module, Bands P, Part.No.: mPCIe-P
A – Expansion cellular module, Bands A, Part.No.: mPCIe-A

E – 4G/3G/2G, Europe, Middle East, Africa
P – 4G/3G/2G, Asia, Pacific, South America
A – 4G/3G/2G, Americas

G – GPS (GNSS) module, Part.No.: mPCIe-GPS
Note: just one option for mPCIe slot is possible

Bands, Slot, mPCIe positions are used only for M!DGE2.

SW keys – if unit is ordered with SW keys, all keys are specified in this bracket. SW key activates the feature, which is under the license. SW key can be ordered independently for specific S/N anytime later on.

Possible values M!DGE2:
LXC – Linux container, Part No.: M!DGE2-SW-LXC
SERVER – Server clients extension, Part No.: M!DGE2-SW-SERVER

Feature Default SW key SERVER
OpenVPN clients 10 25

Type – specific product type for which type approvals like CE, FCC etc. are issued

Possible values:

Order code – the complete product code, which is used on Quotations, Invoices, Delivery notes etc.

In order to find out the correct Order code, please use RACOM WebService.

Test Live Demo M!DGE unit

(admin / admin01)



  • 4G/LTE, 3G/UMTS, 2G/EDGE
  • 2× SIM
  • 4× ETH, 1× COM, 1× USB
  • 1× DO, 1× DI
  • – 40 to +70 °C
  • 12 – 24 VDC
  • IPsec, OpenVPN, Radius
  • Serial SCADA protocols
  • Programmable scripts
  • Expansion ready – mPCIe

Cellular interface M!DGE2
Frequency bands E 4G LTE
Band 20 (800 MHz), Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 8 (900 MHz), Band 3 (1800 MHz), Band 1 (2100 MHz), Band 7 (2600 MHz)
Band 5 (850 MHz),  Band 8 (900 MHz),  Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 1 (2100 MHz)
GSM 850 MHz, E-GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz
Frequency bands P 4G LTE
Band 28 (750 MHz), Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 8 (900 MHz), Band 3 (1800 MHz), Band 1 (2100 MHz), Band 7 (2600 MHz)
Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 8 (900 MHz), Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 1 (2100 MHz)
GSM 850 MHz, E-GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz
Frequency bands A 4G LTE
Band 17 (700 MHz), Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 4 (1700 MHz), Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 7 (2600 MHz)
Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 8 (900 MHz), Band 4 (AWS, i.e. 1700 MHz), Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 1 (2100 MHz)
GSM 850 MHz, E-GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz
Frequency bands U 3G UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA
Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 8 (900 MHz), Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 1 (2100 MHz)
GSM 850 MHz, E-GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz
Specification 4G LTE
3GPP Release 9
Long Term Evolution (LTE)
Evolved Uni. Terrestrial Radio Access (E-UTRA)
Frequency Division Duplex (FDD)
DL Multi-Input Multi-Output (MIMO) 2×2
3GPP Release 8
Dual-Cell HS Packet Access (DC-HSPA+)
UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access (UTRA)
Frequency Division Duplex (FDD)
DL Rx diversity
3GPP Release 8
Enhanced Data rate GSM Evolution (EDGE)
GSM EGPRS Radio Access (GERA)
Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA)
DL Advanced Rx Performance Phase 1
Data rates up to 150 Mbps downlink / 50 Mbps uplink
SIM slot 2× Micro SIM
Primary power 12 – 24 VDC, +/- 20%
Power consumption Average 7W (including max. 2.5W on USB port)
Ethernet 4× Ethernet 10/100 Base-T, Auto MDX, 4× RJ45, bridged or routed
COM 1× RS232, 300–115 200 bps, screws, RxD, TxD, GND
USB 1× USB host USB2.0
Inputs/Outputs 1× DI, 1× DO
Antenna 2× SMA female – receive diversity
Proprietary extension slot COM/IO:
RS232/RS485 + 1× DI, 1× DO
mPCIe slot GPS (GNSS):
U-blox M8 engine
BeiDou B1I
Galileo E1B/C
Pulse per second output
The second cellular module:
E, P, A, U
IP Code (Ingress Protection) IP40
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) > 220.000 hours (> 25 years)
Operating temperature – 40 to +70°C
Operating humidity 5 to 95% non-condensing
Storage – 40 to +85 °C (−40 to +185 °F) / 5 to 95 % non-condensing
Casing Metal
Dimensions 125 H × 45 W × 110 D mm (4.9 × 1.8 × 4.3 in)
Weight 450 g (1.0 lbs)
Mounting DIN rail, flat-bracket
Management HTTP, HTTPS, SSH
Access accounts 2 levels (User, Admin)
Encryption Yes (AES256) with IPsec, OpenVPN
IPsec Yes
Firewall Layer 2 – MAC, Layer 3 – IP, Layer 4 – TCP/UDP, SMS filter
Fallback management Yes
Connection supervision Yes
Automatic connect recovery Yes
SMS management Yes
Software Development Kit Full featured
Linux container LXC
SMS / E-mail event notification Yes / Yes
Routing Static / Dynamic
BGP / OSPF Yes / Yes
QoS Yes
User protocols on Ethernet Yes
User protocols on COM Modbus RTU, DNP3, IEC101, DF1, COMLI, C24, Cactus, ITT Flyght, RP570, Siemens 3964(R), UNI
Serial to IP convertors Modbus RTU / Modbus TCP, Terminal server
NTP Client / Server
SNMP v1, v2c, v3
Type Approval CE, FCC

Technical parameters are subject to change without prior notification.


RACOM is a primary producer and therefore does not provide delivery of all available accessories for its products. This list contains tested accessories which RACOM is able to deliver together with M!DGE units. Components are only held in limited quantities and the delivery date may therefore be affected by the need for subcontracting. If you require other accessories, please contact us or your supplier.

There are many antennas available on the market which can be used with M!DGE. If you are not sure about a specific type, please contact us for consultation.

Economy antenna

  • 4G/3G/2G, all bands
  • 0 dBi
  • Feedline cable RG174, 3m, SMA/F
  • -40°C to +85°C
  • Suitable also for outdoor installation
  • Datasheet, Part No.: ANT-LTE-W1
  • Manufactured by Matron

MIMO antenna

  • 4G/3G/2G, 2 x MIMO
  • 2 dBi
  • Feedline cable RG174, 3m, 2 x SMA/F
  • -40°C to +65°C
  • Datasheet, Part No.: ANT-LTE-AB0727B
  • Manufactured by Myiot

Antenna GPS

  • GNSS
  • Active 3-5 V
  • Feedline cable, 5m, 1 x SMA/F
  • -40°C to +85°C
  • Datasheet, Part No.:  ANT-GPS-MS-SMA
  • Manufactured by Ublox

DIN rail clip

  • Standard accessory
  • Mounted and shipped with every MIDGE2 unit
  • Removable

Flat bracket

  • For flat surface mounting
  • Suitable for M!DGE, M!DGE2
  • Part No.: HOL-M!DGE2-FLAT
  • Manufactured by RACOM

DC power supply

  • Input 85 – 264 VAC, 120 – 370VDC
  • Output 24 VDC
  • 15 W
  • -30°C to +70°C
  • Overload, Over voltage protections
  • Direct DIN rail mounting
  • Datasheet, Part No.: PWS-AC,DC/24VDC/15W/H
  • Manufactured by MeanWell
  • Replacement of PWS-AC-DC_24VDC_15W from VIII/2020

USB/ETH adapter



Product overview midge-product-overview.pdf1 529 kB2019/08/30
Datasheet M!DGE2 - A4 - ver.4.0 - English midge2-ds-en.pdf1 964 kB2022/04/13
Datasheet M!DGE3 - A4 - ver.1.0 - English midge3-ds-en.pdf801 kB2022/08/31
Datasheet M!DGE2 - A4 - ver.4.0 - Em português midge2-ds-po.pdf1 351 kB2022/04/26
Datasheet M!DGE2 - A4 - ver.4.0 - En español midge2-ds-es.pdf1 354 kB2022/04/13
Datasheet M!DGE2 - A4 - ver.4.0 - Francais midge2-ds-fr.pdf1 349 kB2022/04/22
Брошюра M!DGE2 - A4 - ver.3.2 - По-русски midge2-ds-ru.pdf1 273 kB2021/05/20
User manual - M!DGE midge-man-en.pdf5 980 kB2020/10/19
User manual - M!DGE2 midge2-man-en.pdf11 478 kB2022/01/26
User manual - M!DGE3 midge3-man-en.pdf22 195 kB2022/09/14
Hybrid networks midge-hybrid-networks-is.pdf1 940 kB2019/10/02
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 167 kB2022/06/22
Firmware Release notes M!DGE2 4.6.40 midge2-fw-rn-en.pdf434 kB2022/06/30
MIB table midge2-mib.mib42 kB2022/05/26
Zabbix ver. 6 templates midge2-zabbix-v6.0.zip4 459 kB2022/05/26
Toby L200 (A bands) FW 17.00 A01.01 (since FW TOBY-L200-A-FW17.00A01.01.tar.gz22 871 kB2021/11/09
Toby L210 (E bands) FW 17.00 A01.01 (since FW TOBY-L210-E-FW17.00A01.01.tar.gz22 871 kB2021/11/09
Toby L280 (P bands) FW 17.00 A01.01 (since FW TOBY-L280-P-FW17.00A01.01.tar.gz22 870 kB2021/11/09
Firmware M!DGE3 midge3-fw- 687 kB2022/09/05
Firmware Release notes M!DGE3 midge3-fw-rn-en.pdf118 kB2022/09/19
Antenna LTE/UMTS/GSM, 2,0 dBi, 3 m, SMA connector ANT-LTE-W1.pdf64 kB2012/12/04
Antenna MIMO LTE/UMTS/GSM 2.0 dBi, 3 m, 2xSMA connector ANT-AB0727B.pdf338 kB2019/06/25
Antenna GPS Active:3-5V, 5m, Magnetic, SMA connector ANT-GPS-MS-SMA.pdf216 kB2003/10/30
Adapter USB/ETH (RipEX2, M!DGE2, RAy3), Axagon OTH-USB_ETH-XR.pdf110 kB2020/08/18
Power supply DC, 85-264VAC,120-370VDC/24VDC/15W, DIN, MeanWell PWS-AC-DC_24VDC_15W_H.pdf705 kB2020/08/05
M!DGE2 - Firmware & Manuals
M!DGE2 version  
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 167 kB2022/06/22
Firmware Release notes M!DGE2 4.6.40 midge2-fw-rn-en.pdf434 kB2022/06/30
M!DGE2 version  
User manual - M!DGE2 midge2-man-en.pdf11 630 kB2021/07/27
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 301 kB2022/01/18
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 270 kB2021/09/20
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 267 kB2021/09/06
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 939 kB2021/06/14
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 940 kB2021/03/01
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 899 kB2020/10/23
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 893 kB2020/05/14
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 774 kB2019/12/13
Firmware M!DGE (see important Release notes) midge-fw- 199 kB2022/01/18
Firmware Release notes M!DGE2 4.4.40 midge2-fw-rn-en.pdf386 kB2022/01/25
Firmware Release notes M!DGE 4.4.40 midge-fw-rn-en.pdf294 kB2022/01/25
MIB table midge2-mib.mib42 kB2022/05/26
Zabbix ver. 4 templates midge2-zabbix-v4.0.zip4 468 kB2021/07/01
Zabbix ver. 5 templates midge2-zabbix-v5.0.zip4 457 kB2022/06/20
Toby L200 (A bands) FW 16.19 A01.04 (since FW TOBY-L200-A-FW16.19A01.04.tar.gz22 545 kB2021/04/13
Toby L200 (A bands) FW 17.00 A01.00 (since FW TOBY-L200-A-FW17.00A01.00.tar.gz22 871 kB2021/06/21
Toby L200 (A bands) FW 17.00 A01.01 (since FW TOBY-L200-A-FW17.00A01.01.tar.gz22 871 kB2021/11/09
Toby L210 (E bands) FW 16.19 A01.04 (since FW TOBY-L210-E-FW16.19A01.04.tar.gz22 545 kB2020/11/13
Toby L210 (E bands) FW 17.00 A01.00 (since FW TOBY-L210-E-FW17.00A01.00.tar.gz22 634 kB2021/06/14
Toby L210 (E bands) FW 17.00 A01.01 (since FW TOBY-L210-E-FW17.00A01.01.tar.gz22 871 kB2021/11/09
Toby L280 (P bands) FW 16.19 A01.04 (since FW TOBY-L280-P-FW16.19A01.04.tar.gz22 544 kB2021/04/13
Toby L280 (P bands) FW 17.00 A01.00 (since FW TOBY-L280-P-FW17.00A01.00.tar.gz22 871 kB2021/06/21
Toby L280 (P bands) FW 17.00 A01.01 (since FW TOBY-L280-P-FW17.00A01.01.tar.gz22 870 kB2021/11/09
M!DGE2 version  
Firmware M!DGE (no Protocol server) midge-fw- 414 kB2020/02/14
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 657 kB2019/07/01
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 652 kB2019/08/12
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 609 kB2019/09/20
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 618 kB2019/12/02
List of changes M!DGE in FW 4.3.40 midge-fw-rn-en.pdf190 kB2020/02/28
List of changes M!DGE2 in FW 4.3.40 midge2-fw-rn-en.pdf226 kB2019/12/03
M!DGE2 version  
Firmware M!DGE midge-fw- 088 kB2019/05/14
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 603 kB2018/12/11
Firmware M!DGE2 midge2-fw- 616 kB2019/05/27
List of changes M!DGE in FW 4.2.40 midge-fw-rn-en.pdf189 kB2019/05/20
List of changes M!DGE2 in FW 4.2.40 midge2-fw-rn-en.pdf230 kB2019/08/02
M!DGE2 version  
Firmware M!DGE midge-fw- 269 kB2019/02/19
Firmware M!DGE midge-fw- 351 kB2019/05/09
List of changes M!DGE in FW 4.1.40 midge-fw-rn-en.pdf284 kB2019/05/20
M!DGE2 version  
Firmware M!DGE midge-fw- 472 kB2017/02/28
Firmware M!DGE midge-fw- 497 kB2017/05/05
Firmware M!DGE midge-fw- 511 kB2017/08/06
Firmware M!DGE midge-fw- 299 kB2017/11/23
Firmware M!DGE midge-fw- 305 kB2018/03/02
List of changes in FW 4.0.40 midge-fw-rn-en.pdf401 kB2018/11/14
M!DGE2 version  
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 961 kB2015/06/23
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 982 kB2015/08/10
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 996 kB2015/11/04
Firmware M!DGE midge-fw- 092 kB2017/02/13
Firmware M!DGE midge-fw- 093 kB2017/05/05
Firmware M!DGE midge-fw- 123 kB2018/03/02
Firmware M!DGE midge_fw_3.8.40.104.img15 004 kB2016/02/01
Firmware M!DGE midge_fw_3.8.40.105.img15 014 kB2016/03/04
Firmware M!DGE midge_fw_3.8.40.107.img15 061 kB2016/08/22
Firmware M!DGE midge_fw_3.8.40.108.img15 068 kB2016/11/14
List of changes in FW 3.8.40 midge-fw-rn-en.pdf301 kB2018/03/02
M!DGE – GPRS/UMTS/HSPA/LTE router – Operating manual midge-m-en.pdf4 059 kB2015/12/07
M!DGE2 version  
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 607 kB2014/05/16
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 614 kB2014/08/07
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 683 kB2014/12/02
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 687 kB2015/01/31
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 690 kB2015/05/07
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 789 kB2018/03/02
List of changes in FW 3.7.40 List of changes in FW 3.7.40.pdf252 kB2018/03/02
M!DGE2 version  
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 830 kB2013/11/21
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 834 kB2014/01/08
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 861 kB2014/04/16
List of changes in FW 3.6.41 List of changes in FW 3.6.41.pdf79 kB2014/05/28
M!DGE2 version  
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 052 kB2012/11/06
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 102 kB2012/11/29
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 132 kB2013/01/29
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 148 kB2013/03/06
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 152 kB2013/04/22
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 158 kB2013/08/26
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 152 kB2013/11/08
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 199 kB2014/02/13
List of changes in FW 3.6 List of changes in FW 3.6.pdf283 kB2014/03/18
M!DGE – GPRS/UMTS/HSPA/LTE router – Operating manual midge-m-en.pdf2 885 kB2012/12/12
M!DGE2 version  
Datasheet M!DGE MIDGE_datasheet-en.pdf621 kB2013/04/24
Datasheet M!DGE MIDGE_datasheet.pdf631 kB2013/04/23
Firmware M!DGE M!DGE-FW- 890 kB2012/07/06
List of changes in M!DGE firmware 3.5 List of changes in M!DGE firmware 3.5.pdf21 kB2012/12/07
M!DGE – GPRS/UMTS/HSPA/LTE router – Operating manual midge-m-en.pdf2 501 kB2012/10/12
M!DGE, MG102 – GPRS/EDGE/UMTS routers – Operating manual midge_mg102-m-en.pdf2 880 kB2011/11/16
M!DGE3 - Firmware & Manuals
M!DGE3 version  
Firmware M!DGE3 midge3-fw- 687 kB2022/09/05
Firmware Release notes M!DGE3 midge3-fw-rn-en.pdf118 kB2022/09/19
M!DGE Documents
User manual - M!DGE midge-man-en.pdf4 674 kB2019/08/13
Quick Start - M!DGE/MG102 midge-qs-en.pdf918 kB2017/06/13
Datasheet M!DGE midge-ds-en.pdf857 kB2018/05/18
Press release M!DGE - MEDC tender midge-pr-medc-en.pdf123 kB2014/09/18
Press release midge-pr-en.pdf287 kB2012/01/17
Power supply DC, 85-264VAC,120-370VDC/24VDC/15W, DIN, MeanWell, Offered until VIII/2020 PWS-AC-DC_24VDC_15W.pdf249 kB2011/12/12