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4. Product

4.1. Dimensions

Dimensions in millimeters

Fig. 4.1: Dimensions in millimeters


4.2. Connectors

4.2.1. Antenna SMA

Antenna connectors SMA

Fig. 4.2: Antenna connectors SMA


The M!DGE router is equipped with two antenna connectors. The ANT connector serves as a main antenna connection, the AUX connector is auxiliary and serves for better communication with BTS (diversity).

4.2.2. 4× Eth RJ45

4× Eth RJ45 Plug

Fig. 4.3: 4× Eth RJ45 Plug


Tab. 4.1: Pin assignment Ethernet interface

RJ-45 SocketETH (Ethernet 10BaseT and 100BaseT)
pinsignal
1TX+
2TX−
3RX+
6RX−

[Note]Note

Pairs 4-5 and 7-8 have an internal 75 Ohm termination.

Tab. 4.2: Ethernet Port Specification

FeatureSpecification
Speed10/100 Mbps
ModeTX−
Crossover

Automatic MDI/MDI-X


4.2.3. USB

M!DGE uses USB 2.0, Host A interface. USB interface is wired as standard:

Tab. 4.3: USB 2.0 Host Port Specification

FeatureSpecification
Speed

Low, Full & Hi-Speed

Currentmax. 500 mA
Max. cable length3 m
Cable shieldmandatory
Connector typeType A

Tab. 4.4: USB pin description

USB pinsignalwire
1+5 Vred
2Data (−)white
3Data (+)green
4GNDblack

4.2.4. MicroSIM cards

MicroSIM cards slots

Fig. 4.4: MicroSIM cards slots


The M!DGE router is equipped with two MicroSIM (3FF) cards slots which are placed under a SIM card cover. Use PH0 screw driver for its opening. If using only one SIM card, use holder one.

The SIM card holder has a locking mechanism – for opening pull the front part of the holder down and then you can open it. After inserting of SIM card (cropped edge left, connectors down), close the holder and lock it.

[Important]Important

Power off the rourter before inserting the SIM card.

4.2.5. Screw terminal

Screw terminal plug type Stelvio Kontek CPF5/15 or MRT3P/15V01 can be used.

Screw terminal

Fig. 4.5: Screw terminal


Screw terminal plug types:
Phoenix Contact 1847204 (MC 1.5/10-STF-3.5) for 10 pins plug and
Phoenix Contact 1847181 (MC 1.5/ 8-STF-3.5) for 8 pins plug (or equivalent).
This EXT plug is delivered only for units equipped with internal extension module.

Tab. 4.5: Screw terminal pin assignment

pinpin descriptionsignal
112-24 VDC +Power input plus: 12–24 VDC (−20% +20 %) = 9.6–28.8 VDC
212-24 VDC –

Power input minus – internally connected with casing

3RS232 GNDRS-232 GND (non-isolated)
4RS232 RxDRS-232 RxD (non-isolated)
5RS232 TxDRS-232 TxD (non-isolated)
6DI –Digital input – Negative signal input (isolated to GND)
7DI +Digital input – Positive signal input (isolated to GND)
8DO NODigital Output isolated, Relay contact normally open
9DO COMDigital Output isolated, Relay common
10DO NCDigital Output isolated, Relay contact normally closed

Tab. 4.6: Digital input levels

logical level 00 to 3 VDC
logical level 19 to 32 VDC
Note: Negative input voltage is not recognised.

Tab. 4.7: Digital output parameters

Maximal continuous current1 A
Maximal switching voltage32 VDC
Maximal switching capacity32 W

Tab. 4.8: Voltage Polarity connector misconnection Risks

pinpin description Plug pos. Plug pos. Plug pos. Plug pos.
1VGNDOK+Nde  
2V+ (12–48 V=)+Nde+OK
3VGNDOK+Nde+
4V+ (12–48 V=)+Nde+Nde
5RxDDP [1]+DP [1]+
6TxD+DP [1]+DP [1]
7GNDNde+Nde+
8DO1-1+Nde [2]+Nde [2]
9DO1-2Nde+Nde+
10DO2-1+Nde [3]+Nde [3]
11DO2-2Nde+Nde+
12DI1−+OK [4]+Nde [4]
13DI1+Nde+Nde+
14DI2−+OK [4]+Nde [4]
15DI2+    +

Explanatory notes for the table:
OK   – Normal operation
DP   – Damage possible
Nde  – No damage expected

[1] – If the applied voltage is > 15 V, damage is likely
[2] – If the relay is closed (normally open), the relay is damaged when current > 5 A
[3] – If the relay is closed (normally closed), the relay is damaged when current > 5 A
[4] – If the applied voltage is > 40 V, input circuit damage is likely

4.2.6. Reset button

Reset button

Fig. 4.6: Reset button


The Reset button is placed close to the USB connector. Use a blunt tool no more than 1 mm in diameter (e.g. a paper clip) to press the button.

The reset button has two functions:

  • Reboot the system

    • Press at least 3 seconds to release a system reboot.

    • The reboot is indicated with the red blinking STAT LED.

  • Factory reset

    • Press at least 10 seconds to release a factory reset.

    • The start of the factory reset is confirmed by all LEDs lighting up GREEN for a second.

  • Recovery procedure

    • Press at least 15 seconds to release a recovery procedure.

    • The start of the recovery procedure is confirmed by all LEDs lighting up RED for a second.

[Note]Note

Contact our technical support (support@racom.eu) for recovery procedure details and required files.

4.3. Indication LEDs

Indication LEDs

Fig. 4.7: Indication LEDs


The following table describes the default M!DGE status indicators.

Tab. 4.9: M!DGE interfaces and status indicators

DescriptionStateFunction
STATgreen blinkingDevice busy device is in startup, software- or configuration update
green onDevice is ready
WANoffHotlink is disabled
blinkingHotlink connection is being established
onHotlink connection is up
LANgreenETH: enabled as LAN and link status is up
off

No ETH LAN-connection is up

VPNgreen onVPN connection is up
green blinkingVPN connection is being established
offVPN connection down
EXTon / off / blinkingEXT LED indicates the state of the extension interfaces.
Hint: Cellular (WWAN) signal strength can be indicated (green = excellent, orange = medium, red = weak).
SYS 

Shows the overall system state. This could be derived from health indicators such as:
– all services up and running
– overall throughput is normal
– CPU load is normal
– the supervisor
– User application (state set by user in SDK or LXC)

green onSystem operation state: normal
green blinkingSystem operation state: warning or in a transition
red onSystem operation state: emergency, watchdog, failure

4.4. Technical specifications

Tab. 4.10: Technical specifications

Frequency bands E4G 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)
3G UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA
Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 8 (900 MHz), Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 1 (2100 MHz)
2G GSM/GPRS/EDGE
GSM 850 MHz, E-GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz
Frequency bands P4G 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)
3G UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA
Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 8 (900 MHz), Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 1 (2100 MHz)
2G GSM/GPRS/EDGE
GSM 850 MHz, E-GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz
Frequency bands A4G LTE
Band 17 (700 MHz), Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 4 (1700 MHz), Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 7 (2600 MHz)
3G UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA
Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 8 (900 MHz), Band 4 (AWS, i.e. 1700 MHz), Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 1 (2100 MHz)
2G GSM/GPRS/EDGE
GSM 850 MHz, E-GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz
Frequency bands U3G UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA
Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 8 (900 MHz), Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 1 (2100 MHz)
2G GSM/GPRS/EDGE
GSM 850 MHz, E-GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz
Specification4G 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
3G UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA
3GPP Release 8
Dual-Cell HS Packet Access (DC-HSPA+)
UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access (UTRA)
Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) DL Rx diversity
2G GSM/GPRS/EDGE
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

Ethernet4× Ethernet 10/100 Base-T, Auto MDX, 4× RJ45, bridged or routed
Serial Interface1× 3-wire RS232 on 15-pin screw terminal block
Digital I/O1 digital input
0–3 VDC level 0
9–32 VDC level 1
1 digital output
Relay outputs
Limiting continuous current 1 A
Max. switching voltage 32 VDC
Max. switching capacity 32 W
Isolation 1500 Vp (transients)
USB service
interface
USB host interface supporting memory devices
USB type A connector USB2.0
SIM2× micro SIM (3FF)
Antenna
Interface
Impedance:50 Ω
Connector:2× SMA female supporting MIMO
Power SupplyInput voltage:9.6–28.8 VDC (12–24 VDC −20 % / +20 %)
Avg. power
consumption:

7 W (including max. 2.5 W on USB port)

Environmental
Conditions
For indoor use only, IP40
Metal casing, DIN rail mounting kit included
Temperature range:−40 to +70 °C (−40 to +158 °F)
Humidity:0 to 95 % (non condensing)
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure)> 220.000 hours (> 25 years)
Overvoltage Category:I
Pollution Degree:2
MountingDIN rail mounting
Dimensions /
Weight
45 W × 110 D × 125 H mm (1.77 × 4.33 × 4.92 in), ca. 450 g (0.99 lbs)
Type ApprovalCE
Options 
AntennasVarious antennas suitable for your application are available
Mounting kitFlat bracket mounting kit

4.5. Model offerings

 

 

  • 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

  • Bandsfrequency bands
    Possible values: E, P, A, U
    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 – The second RS232/485 + 1×DI,1×DO, Part No.: M!DGE2-HW-COM/IO

    pin descriptionsignal
    1RS-232 GND (non-isolated)
    2RS-232 RxD (non-isolated); RS485 A (Half-Duplex)
    3RS-232 TxD (non-isolated); RS485 B (Half-Duplex)
    4Digital input – Negative signal input (isolated to GND)
    5Digital input – Positive signal input (isolated to GND)
    6Digital Output isolated, Relay contact normally opened
    7Digital Output isolated, Relay common
    8Digital Output isolated, Relay contact normally closed
  • mPCIe – mPCIe slot
    Possible values:
    N – not used
    E – The second cellular module, Bands E, Part No.: mPCIe-E
    P – The second cellular module, Bands P, Part No.: mPCIe-P
    A – The second cellular module, Bands A, Part No.: mPCIe-A
    U – The second cellular module, Bands U, Part No.: mPCIe-U
    G – Internal 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

    FeatureDefaultSW key SERVER
    DHCP reservations1035
    Local host names1035
    NAPT rules2035
    Firewall rules2035
    Firewall address groups1015
    OpenVPN clients1025
    Static routes1030
    DynDNS servernoyes
  • Type – specific product type for which type approvals like CE, FCC etc. are issued
    Possible values:
    M!DGE, M!DGE2

  • 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.

4.6. Accessories

4.6.1. F bracket

Flat-bracket

Installation bracket for flat mounting. For usage details see chapter Mounting and chapter Dimensions.

Flat bracket

Fig. 4.8: Flat bracket


Flat bracket dimensions

Fig. 4.9: Flat bracket dimensions