The Fastest Radio Modems

RipEX

RipEX2, 2nd generation, was introduced in 2018. This more powerful radio and cellular modem in one provides significant improvements, especially in terms of data speed, security and number of interfaces. RipEX2e, the essential version, is suitable for less demanding installations.
RipEX, 1st generation, is a best-in-class compact radio modem. This native IP device with Linux has been designed with attention to detail, performance and quality. It is proven within the market since 2011 and used in thousands of installations.

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Key features

RipEX2 is the only fully CE & FCC certified 256 QAM radio modem on the market.

Network throughput is the only valid parameter for performance as seen by the user: how many packets/bytes of payload data were successfully delivered in a given time period.
Never rely solely on Gross data rate typically listed in data sheets.

Channel size Gross data rate Possible Network throughput
  RipEX RipEX2 RipEX2e RipEX RipEX2 RipEX2e
6.25 kHz 21 kb/s 35 kb/s 26 kb/s > 25 kb/s > 42 kb/s > 32 kb/s
12.5 kHz 42 kb/s 83 kb/s 63 kb/s > 50 kb/s > 100 kb/s > 75 kb/s
25 kHz 83 kb/s 167 kb/s 125 kb/s > 100 kb/s > 200 kb/s > 150 kb/s
50 kHz 167 kb/s 333 kb/s 250 kb/s > 200 kb/s > 400 kb/s > 300 kb/s
100 kHz 555 kb/s > 700 kb/s
150 kHz 925 kb/s > 1.1 Mb/s
200 kHz 1.1 Mb/s > 1.4 Mb/s
250 kHz (*) 1.3 Mb/s > 1.7 Mb/s
300 kHz (*) 1.7 Mb/s > 2.1 Mb/s

(*) Available only in Bridge mode

Network throughput is achieved by:

  • Gross data rate
  • Min. Rx/Tx switching and synchronization times
  • Optimum Radio protocol  for given application
  • Data compression 
    • Payload data are always compressed (Zlib, LZ77 decimation and Huffman coding) and compared with original packet size. The smaller packet is then transferred.
    • Ethernet / IP / TCP / UDP header compression
  • Terminal server, TCP proxy (RipEX)
    • Eliminates TCP overhead transfer over-the-air
  • Info sheet

Duplex

  • Single frequency or Dual frequency with different channels for Rx and Tx operation
  • Half duplex (RipEX, RipEX2, RipEX2e)
  • Full duplex (RipEX2)

Individual link options

  • Different Modulation (Data speed), FEC and Retries are possible to set for individual radio links from each unit

Auto-speed

  • Receiver is automatically adjusted to the data rate of the incoming frame

Stream mode (RipEX)

  • Transmitting starts immediately on the Radio channel, without waiting for the end of the received frame on COM => zero latency

Calculate RipEX network performance

Application note – Data speed

Network throughput is achieved by:

  • Gross data rate
  • Min. Rx/Tx switching and synchronization times
  • Optimum Radio protocol  for given application
  • Data compression 
    • Payload data are always compressed (Zlib, LZ77 decimation and Huffman coding) and compared with original packet size. The smaller packet is then transferred.
    • Ethernet / IP / TCP / UDP header compression
  • Terminal server, TCP proxy (RipEX)
    • Eliminates TCP overhead transfer over-the-air
  • Info sheet

Duplex

  • Single frequency or Dual frequency with different channels for Rx and Tx operation
  • Half duplex (RipEX, RipEX2, RipEX2e)
  • Full duplex (RipEX2)

Individual link options

  • Different Modulation (Data speed), FEC and Retries are possible to set for individual radio links from each unit

Auto-speed

  • Receiver is automatically adjusted to the data rate of the incoming frame

Stream mode (RipEX)

  • Transmitting starts immediately on the Radio channel, without waiting for the end of the received frame on COM => zero latency

Calculate RipEX network performance

Application note – Data speed

Device

RipEX2, RipEX2e

  • Open casing tamper detection, FIPS 140-2 security level 2
  • HW alarm input – can be connected to cabinet door
  • Digitally signed FW
    • Data integrity  – FW is encrypted with a symmetric cypher
    • Data authenticity – symmetric cypher is digitally signed by an asymmetric cypher
  • Secured FW upgrade
  • Secure boot
    • Device fully boots only when FW from RACOM is used
  • Physical port disable
    • Each physical interface (ETH’s, COM’s, USB, SFP…) can be individually enabled / disabled

RipEX

  • HW alarm input – can be connected to cabinet door
  • Secured FW upgrade
  • Secure boot
    • Device fully boots only when FW from RACOM is used
  • Physical port disable
    • Each physical interface (ETH, COM’s, USB…) can be individually enabled / disabled

Management

  • HTTPS
    • Web interface
    • API interface (RipEX2, RipEX2e)
    • SSL (X.509) certificate
    • Own SSL certificate
  • SSH 
  • Logical port disable
    • Each Logical port (HTTPS, SSH, SNMP…) or Virtual interface (Terminal server…) can be individually enabled / disabled
  • SNMP v3

Access Control

RipEX2, RipEX2e

  • Role-based access control (RBAC)
    • 4 levels
      • Guest – read only
      • Tech – configuration excluding security
      • Sectech – Tech + security
      • Admin – full access
    • Maximum number of user accounts (all levels together) is one hundred
  • Password management
    • Failed login alert
    • Complexity (configurable)
    • Timeout of inactivity (configurable)
    • Lockout (after each failed attempt, the time for the next possible login is gradually extended up to 15 min.)
  • RADIUS
  • Continuous improvement

RipEX

  • Role-based access control (RBAC)
    • 2 levels
      • Guest – read only
      • Admin – full access
    • 2 users per level

Data Security

  • Radio channel
    • AES256-CCM encryption
    • Either own or randomly generated cryptographic key

RipEX2, RipEX2e

    • Meets NIST SP 800-38C, RFC 6655
    • Replay attack protection (25B control block: 13B nonce + 12B tag)
    • Automated key management system
  • IPsec
    • Encrypted end-to-end tunnel
    • Mutual network-level peer authentication
    • Data-origin authentication
    • Replay 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
      • NIST Elliptic Curve Groups ecp192, ecp224, ecp256, ecp384, ecp512
      • Brainpool Elliptic Curve Groups ecp224bp, ecp256bp, ecp384bp, ecp512bp
      • Elliptic Curves X25519, X448
    • Periodic cryptographic keys exchange (IKEv1, IKEv2)
    • Application note
  •  OpenVPN (RipEX2, RipEX2e)
    • Encrypted end-to-end tunnel suitable for point-to-multipoint scenarios (i.e. one server and multiple clients)
    • Each unit can serve as OpenVPN server(s) or OpenVPN client(s)
    • One RipEX2 unit can interconnect up to 30 OpenVPN clients
    • Authentication based on certificates and keys
    • Data integrity control (e.g., SHA256, SHA512, SHA3-512, MD5…)
    • Data encryption (e.g., AES-256-CBC, AES-256-GCM, ARIA, CAMELLIA, CHACHA20…)
    • Data compression (LZO, LZ4, LZ4v2 – on/off, asymetric mode)
    • Enhanced TLS protection (TLS Auth, TLS Crypt), MKA – Multiple Key Algorithms
    • Supports either routed mode (TUN, Layer3) or bridged mode (TAP, Layer2)
    • Failover peer selection
    • Application note

Credentials (Keys and certificates)

  • Independent from unit configuration
  • Saved in separate file
  • Independent update
  • Can be generated directly in the unit using high-entropy random number generators
  • Uploading a customer-supplied key
  • Used by
    • Radio channel encryption (AES256)
    • IPsec, OpenVPN
    • Remote access authentication
    • Web server authentication
    • FW distribution authentication

Firewall

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

Device

  • 3 years warranty standard, optionally longer
  • Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) > 100 years
  • Approved for Hazardous locations
  • Electrical power substation hardened
  • Vibration and shock resistant
  • Seismic qualification
  • Conformal coating of PCBs for Harsh environment
  • Industrial hardened design
  • Units tested in a climatic chamber(-40 / +70 °C ) and in real traffic
  • Rugged die-cast aluminum case
  • Heavy-duty industrial components
  • Components sourced exclusively from manufactures / authorized dealers
  • No adjustable components, No moving parts…
  • RipEX-HS Master Station (RipEX2, RipEX)
    • Hot standby, 1+1 redundant
    • Fully monitored
    • Automatic failover
    • Hot swappable
    • Suitable for Central sites, Repeaters or Important remotes where single point of failure is not accepted

Radio channel

  • Private radio frequency
    • Licensed => Predictability, Non-shared operation
    • Guaranteed capacity and Quality of Service
    • Fully under the user’s control
  • FEC, Interleaving, Proprietary data compression
  • CRC32 data integrity control
  • Proprietary protocol with packet acknowledgement

Connectivity

  • Backup routes
    • Automatic failover to an alternative path
    • Alternative path(s) can be on Radio channel or Cellular or any IP network
  • Hybrid networks
    • Radio and Cellular technologies (or any IP network) are interconnected within one network and utilize the best characteristics of each
    • One technology can be used as back up for the other one

RipEX is a native IP router, i.e. each individual interface like Radio, ETH‘s and Cellular have their own IP addresses and Masks, while COM ports are routed in the standard way – messages to them can be delivered to an IP address of any interface as UDP datagrams with the selected UDP port numbers.

Bridge mode

  • Transparent protocol on the Radio channel
  • Packets received on any interface (ETH, COM) are broadcast to the respective interfaces on all units in the network. Packets received on COM are broadcast to all COM’s at all remote sites, allowing you to connect more RTU’s to each remote unit.

Router mode

  • Flexible or Base driven protocol on Radio channel
  • Packets are addressed, routed and acknowledged

Ethernet ports

  • RipEX2 and RipEX2e Ethernet ports can be combined as one or more Switch(es) with routing capabilities among them

Ethernet subnets

  • Multiple Ethernet subnets (aliases) identified by its IP address & mask can be defined within each Ethernet interface

Static routing

  • Each interface (Radio, Cellular, Ethernet…) has its own IP/Mask
  • All IP packets are processed according to the Routing table
  • It is possible to set Metric for each route (RipEX2, RipEX2e)
  • Standard IP routing even on Radio channel
  • Mesh network over-the-air
  • Direct peer-to-peer communication

Dynamic routing

  • Routing tables are not needed at all
  • RipEX2 and RipEX2e are the only radio modems on the market which offer IP based full-featured Dynamic routing optimized for narrowband Radio channel
  • See details

Link management

  • Automatic switchover between main and backup link
  • Several backup links with priorities
  • Routing rules are static
  • Widely configurable automatic control of backup links functionality (Test period, Repeat period, Reply timeout, Passes, Retries…)
  • Automatic switch back to the higher priority link once it is restored
  • IPsec tunnels can be bound to particular links via Peer ID parameter so they are also swapped respectively

PPPoE

  • PPP protocol over Ethernet
  • Typically used for connection to Internet Service Provide over fixed line while Cellular network is a backup
  • Client only
  • Allows wide configuration of data speed, data volumes etc.

VLAN

  • 802.1Q
  • ‘Unlimited‘ number of VLAN (1-4096)
  • Any number of VLANs can be assigned to Subnets
  • RipEX management can be done over separate VLAN
  • Application note

Terminal server

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

GRE

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

NTP

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

NAPT

  • Source and destination (IP/Mask/Port) translation supported
  • Suitable for cases, when all RTU’s in network have got the same IP address
  • Application note

TCP proxy (RipEX)

  • 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-the-air, i.e. less traffic on Radio channel, no more problems with TCP timeouts

ARP proxy (RipEX)

  • RipEX can mimic any IP address (typically RTU behind the Radio channel)
  • Suitable in case when RTU’s in the network are without routing capabilities (the default gateway cannot be configured) and they are within the same subnet.
    In the case of RipEX2 and RipEX2e, GRE tunnel can be used in this situation instead of an ARP proxy
  • Application note

QoS

  • Prioritize critical traffic (SCADA) over lower priority applications (management)
  • Packet prioritization on Radio interface
    • 8 priority levels available
    • Priority assignment based on protocol (TCP, UDP…) and source and destination (IP/Mask/Port)
    • 802.1p and DiffServ (DSCP) supported
    • Suitable for prioritization of different applications and/or management connected via any interface (COM’s, Ethernet)
    • Guaranteed bandwidth for critical traffic, maximum application performance, adhere to Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
    • Application note

Unique options

Radio protocols

Protocol on the Radio channel is the most critical part for Network throughput. It manages how radio modems access a Radio channel to transmit data, guarantees the packet deliveries and eliminates packet collisions.

Different applications have different requirements for

  • Collision management
  • Latency
  • Response time and jitter
  • Communication topology

Only one protocol on Radio channel is not enough!

RipEX provides three different protocols which are optimized for different applications, from legacy serial to modern TCP/IP such as IEC104, making the network reliable and stable, even with a high number of RTU’s.

Transparent Flexible Base driven
Topology Any Tree Star
Repeaters 1-2 possible Unlimited One on each link
Device mode Bridge Router Router
Application Master-slave Any Any, TCP/IP optimized
Base stations Available Available Dedicated
Collisions Unmanaged Managed Impossible
Packet acknowledgement No Yes Yes

The physical layer of radio protocols in RipEX2 and RipEX2e is fully compatible and the units can be combined in one network on the same frequency. RipEX is not compatible with them and must be operated on a separate frequency.

Base driven / Router

  • Star topology, repeaters supported
  • Up to 255 remotes under one Base station
  • Standard IP routing, either Static or Dynamic
  • All traffic is fully managed by Base station
  • Non-collision protocol on Radio channel (never any collisions in the network)
  • Radio channel access is granted by a proprietary deterministic algorithm
  • High reliability – each packet can be transferred as an acknowledged unicast
  • More than 90% of Radio channel capacity dedicated for user data
  • Optimized for TCP/IP, especially for IEC104
  • Stable response times with minimum jitter
  • Fair distribution of channel capacity among all remotes
  • Suitable also for collision networks when a remote is not be heard by other remotes and/or different Rx and Tx frequencies are used
  • RipEX2e can be used only as Remote; RipEX2 and RipEX as both, Remote and Base station
  • Info sheet
  • Application note – Base driven protocol
  • Application note – Address planning

Flexible / Router

  • Unlimited Tree topology with many repeaters and branches
  • Standard IP routing, either Static or Dynamic
  • No extra base stations
  • Any unit simultaneously a repeater
  • Unlimited number of repeaters
  • Unlimited peer-to-peer communication (Full Mesh Topology) – any unit can directly communicate with any other
  • Anti-collision protocol – collisions are managed
  • Sophisticated Radio channel access – proprietary combination of LBT, CSMA/CD and slotted ALOHA
  • High reliability – each packet can be transferred as an acknowledged unicast
  • Suitable for (multi) polling and report by exception concurrently applications
  • Info sheet
  • Application note – Address planning
  • Application note – Radio channel access

Transparent / Bridge

  • Star topology, repeaters supported
  • Fully transparent
  • No collision avoidance capability (collisions are unmanaged)
  • All messages received from user interfaces are immediately broadcast to the Radio channel, without any checking or processing => minimum latency
  • Suitable for master-slave polling applications

SCADA protocols

Serial

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

RipEX2, RipEX2e, RipEX

  • Modbus, IEC101, DNP3, PR2000, Comli, DF1, Async Link, PPP, Siemens 3964(R), SAIA S-BUS, UNI, MARS-A, RDS, Transparent
  • Application note – Modbus
  • Application note – UNI

RipEX only

Ethernet

Dynamic routing

RipEX2, RipEX2e

Dynamic routing

  • Routing tables are not needed at all
  • On/Off for each individual interface (Radio, Cellular, ETH’s) and VLAN
  • Each device distributes information to its neighbors to which networks it can route, and based on this, a next gateway is dynamically selected
  • When more next gateways exist, the one with the best metric is selected
  • The next packet to the same destination can be routed via different gateway than the previous one
  • Three standard Dynamic IP routing protocols are implemented:
    • BGP
    • OSPF
    • Babel
      • OSPF based
      • Different algorithms for wired and wireless interfaces
      • Minimum overhead
      • Optimized for narrowband Radio channel
      • Application note

RipEX

Nomadic mode

  • Automatic routing established between Nomadic Centre and Remotes
  • Any existing static unit can be configured as Nomadic Base station
  • Nomadic Remotes automatically connect to the best available Base station
  • Network expansion – without changes in Routing tables
  • Portability – Nomadic Remotes can be transferred from one Base to the other one
  • Application note

Backup routes

Backup routes feature significantly increases network reliability by automatically switching to an alternative path in the case of a failure. Alternative paths can be fully or partially on Radio channel or Cellular or any IP network.

RipEX2, RipEX2e

    • Automatic switchover between main and backup link
    • Several backup links with priorities
    • Routing rules are static
    • Widely configurable automatic contol of backup links functionality (Test period, Repeat period, Reply timeout, Passes, Retries…)
    • Automatic switch back to the higher priority link once it is restored
    • IPsec tunnels can be bound to particular links via Peer ID parameter so they are also swapped respectively

RipEX

  • Alternative paths are static and always between two RipEX IP addresses, even behind a repeater(s) or IP network
  • Automatic failover is based on packet losses or weak RSS
  • Continuously tested, i.e. failover only to functioning backup
  • Unlimited number
  • Priority assignment
  • Application note

Radio and Cellular technologies (or any IP network) interconnected within one network and utilize the best characteristics of each.

  • RipEX Radio modems + M!DGE Cellular routers
  • RipEX2 with mPCI extension Cellular module enables one box solution
  • Critical data on Radio part, large data or not so important sites on Cellular part
  • Takes advantage of the benefits of both technologies
  • One technology can be used as backup for the other one
  • Standard units used – No additional hardware required
  • Same SW protocol drivers and logic on all interfaces of all devices
  • One network interface for application – central RipEX manages the routing
  • Common SNMP management
  • High levels of Security and Flexibility
  • Info sheet

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

HYBRID NETWORKS

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Migration solution is used in case of legacy radio network modernization or when simultaneous use of two radio networks is required.

Customer benefits

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

 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 unit and the new RipEX radio can be used
  • Automatic Antenna Switch automatically manages antenna switching
  • HW contact for ‘Carrier On’ legacy base station transmissions supported
  • RipEX routing table manages traffic for legacy and new network
  • 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.
  • Application note
  • RipEX2 only
  • Transparent L2 Bridge
  • Up to 1.7 Mb/s / 300 kHz in both directions simultaneously
  • Minimal latency
  • Long distances (5-50 km) when Line of sight is not required
  • Frequency pair to be used
  • Either external or internal duplexer
  • All RipEX2 features supported
  • Typical use cases:
    • Power distribution
    • GOOSE messaging (IEC 61850)
    • SEL Mirrored Bits (relay-to-relay)
    • AMI/AMR concentrators backbone
    • DMR base stations interconnection
  • Mounting
    • Common surrounding temperature
      • Units can be mounted on DIN rail or on a shelf in a 19″ rack
    • High surrounding temperature – it is recommended to use 19″ rack chassis
      • RipEX2-RS
        • 1x RipEX2
        • 1x Power supply
        • 1x Internal Duplexer (optional)
      • RipEX2-HS
        • Redundant solution
        • 2x RipEX2
        • 2x Power supply
        • 1x Internal Duplexer (optional)
        • Two N(f) antenna connectors (Tx and Rx) on the rear panel are available
          When an internal duplexer is used, only one N(f) connector (Tx/Rx) is there
  • Ordering information

Full duplex Point-to-Point Link

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FULL DUPLEX PTP – TUTORIAL

Other details

  • Each radio hop is typically 5 – 50 km, right up to 100 km
  • Line of sight not required
  • Any unit can work simultaneously as a repeater
  • Unlimited number of repeaters on the way
  • RF Output power 0.1 – 10 W
  • Exceptional receiver sensitivity
  • High resistance to multipath propagation and interference
  • Any IP network (e.g. Internet) can interconnect any RipEX units
  • Management access
    • Cable
  • Web interface
    • Intuitive
    • Responsive, optimized for mobile devices
    • Integrated Helps
    • Checking of set values
  • API interface (RipEX2, RipEX2e)
    • Application Programming Interface
    • Unit can be managed by external application
    • Full access to configuration and diagnostics
    • Detail description on request
  • Command Line Interface (RipEX)
    • via SSH
  • Fast remote access
    • Only required data from remote unit are transferred over-the-air, html page is provided from the local unit
  • USB Flash drive allows to do automatically (RipEX):
    • Firmware upgrade (RipEX2, RipEX2e also)
    • SW Keys upload
    • Configuration backup / restore
    • SSL certificate upload
    • Technical support package download
  • Firmware upgrade possible over-the-air
  • Datasheets, User manuals, Info sheets, Application notes, Tutorial videos
  • Embedded tools for
  • Radio link testing
    • Ping with RSS, Data Quality (RipEX) or MSE (RipEX2, RipEX2e) and Homogeneity separately for each radio hop
    • Application note
  • Statistic
    • Detailed statistics for each radio link and all user interfaces
    • Rx/Tx packets, Rx/Tx bytes, Repeats, Lost, Rejected…
  • History
    • Saved Historical values
    • Online adjustable Difference log
  • Device monitoring
    • Real time / Save-to-file analysis of all interfaces
  • Network management
    • Any SNMP based Network Management Software can be used
      => proprietary NMS is not required
    • Free, open-source Zabbix is recommended
      • Test live demo Zabbix here (customer / RacomDemo1234)
    • Alarms – either SNMP Traps or acknowledged SNMP Informs generated when preset thresholds of Watched values (RipEX) are exceeded or when specific Event (RipEX2, RipEX2e) is triggered
    • Application note
  • Event log (RipEX2, RipEX2e)
    • Settings of the severities of the individual events
    • Some events can generate SNMP notification and can change level of the HW alarm outputs (AO, DO1, DO2)
  • Information (RipEX2, RipEX2e) 
    • Quick overview about unit settings, FW versions, Serial numbers etc.
  • Watched values (RipEX)
    • Their broadcasting incl. Alarms
    • TXLost, Ucc, Temp, PWR, VSWR, ETH [Rx/Tx], COM1,2 [Rx/Tx]
  • Neighbours (RipEX)
    • Count, RSS, DQ + Watched values from neighbouring units
  • Graphs (RipEX)
    • Real-time sampling means 10 samples saved even before Alarm
  • HW Alarm input, HW Alarm output
  • Malfunctioning antenna detection

HW models

  • The same HW for Base, Repeater or Remote stations => minimizing spares, enabling easy network reconfiguration
  • FSK and QAM modulation within one box
  • Different models
  • 19″ rack chassis

RipEX2

  • Always two antenna connectors SW configurable: 1x Rx/Tx or 1x Rx + 1x Tx
  • mPCIe slot for extension modules: Cellular, 2x RS232, GPS …
    Extension modules features are continuously improved, for details see User manual

RipEX2e

  • Always one antenna connector Rx/Tx
  • mPCIe slot is not available

RipEX

  • Optionally separate connectors for Rx and Tx antenna
  • Internal GPS module (NTP synchronization)

SW keys

  • SW authorization keys allow to use advance features only when and where needed
  • Future investment protection – gradual upgrade

RipEX

  • Solar ready
  • Sleep mode
    • Wake up triggered by Sleep digital input or by internal RTC (RipEX2, RipEX2e)
  • Save mode (RipEX)
    • Wake up by a received packet from Radio channel or by Sleep digital input

Latest Radio and Cellular Routers in SCADA
You will learn about ‘The Latest Trends in Wireless Communication in SCADA Networks’ and how RACOM‘s products meet them. We talk about real-life examples as well as hybrid networks that combine different types of data communication. There are also examples of using RipEX2e and M!DGE3, which were new at the time of the webinar.

Next Generation IP Radio Modems
The latest generation of VHF/UHF radio modems for private networks can do things you wouldn’t expect. Today they are native IP devices, data rates and overall network throughput have increased dramatically. Standard static or dynamic IP routing can be set up on the radio channel including backup routes. Various protocols optimized for different applications are available on the radio channel, modems meet the latest security requirements etc.

MR400 Radio SCADA Network Upgrade to RipEX2
MR400, an older generation of RACOM radio modems produced since 2005, is nearing its end-of-life. You will learn how to upgrade your legacy network smoothly to incorporate our most recent radio modem RipEX2 and what advantages and new possibilities you will get. Real-life stories of successful migration from MR400 to RipEX2 are also presented. At the end of the webinar there is an online Q&A session.

RipEX2, RipEX2e
  •  

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

    • Possible values: RipEX

  • Gen. – generation of the product of specific Trade name. The very first generation does not have any number in this position.

    • Possible values: none, 2

  • Band – frequency band and sub-band

    • Possible values:

    • 1A: 135–175 MHz

    • 3A: 285–335 MHz

    • 3B: 335–400 MHz

    • 4A: 400–470 MHz

    • 4B: 450–520 MHz

    • 8A: 803–897 MHz

    • 9A: 860–960 MHz

  • Ext. – Extension module embedded in mPCIe slot

    • Possible values:

    • N – not used (the only option for RipEX2e)

    • W – Extension cellular module; Part No.: mPCIe-W
      Bands W - 4G/3G/2G, Global

    • M – Extension cellular module; Part No.: mPCIe-M
      Bands M – LTE Cat M1/NB1/NB2, Global (incl. 450 MHz)

    • O – Extension cellular module; Part No.: mPCIe-O
      Bands O – LTE Cat M1/NB1/NB2, Global

    • G – Extension GPS (GNSS) module; Part No.: mPCIe-GPS

    • C – Extension module 2× RS232; Part No.: mPCIe-COMS

    • Note: just one option for mPCIe slot is possible

    • For legacy values E, P, A see User manual.

  • Var. – designation of product variant. This variant is fixed in unit HW and cannot be changed later on.

    • Possible values:

    • E – RipEX2, Data encryption possible.

    • N – RipEX2, Data encryption never possible.

    • H – RipEX2e, Data encryption possible. COM2 available.

    • J – RipEX2e, Data encryption never possible. COM2 available.

    • For legacy values C, D, X see User manual.

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

    • Possible values:

    • Master – enables all functionalities of all possible SW feature keys, excl. Ex; Part No.: RipEX2-SW-MASTER, RipEX2e-SW-MASTER

    • Protocols – enables Radio protocols (Flexible, Base driven); Part No.: RipEX2-SW-PROTOCOLS

    • Dynamic routing – enables Dynamic routing (Babel, OSPF, BGP, Link management, PPPoE); Part No.: RipEX2-SW-DYNAMIC-ROUTING

    • Speed – enables 256QAM, Channels > 50kHz, Full duplex, RipEX2 only; Part No.: RipEX2-SW-SPEED

    • Power – enables RF power 40 dBm PEP; Part No.: RipEX2-SW-POWER

    • Security – enables IPsec, OpenVPN, RADIUS, Multiple users; Part No.: RipEX2-SW-SECURITY

    • SFP – enables SFP interface, RipEX2 only; Part No.: RipEX2-SW-SFP

    • COM2 – enables COM2 interface, RipEX2e only; Part No.: RipEX2e-SW-COM2

    • Ex - authorization for use RipEX2 in hazardous location II 3G Ex ic IIA T4 Gc. Part No.: RipEX2-Ex (Note: Ex keys are available only for units produced after 1st of January 2022)

  • Region – used for countries where specific restrictions are required. Available only on special request when ordering. If used, it is indicated in bracket along with the SW keys.

    • Possible values:

    • US – USA, Allowed freq. according to FCC part 90
      RipEX2 - 1A: 150.8 - 156.2475, 157.1875 - 161.575, 161.775 - 161.9625, 162.0375 - 170.0 MHz; Reg. ID: 1A-FCC_Part_90
      RipEX2 - 4A: 4A: 406.1 - 454.0, 456 - 462.5375, 462.7375 - 467.5375, 467.7375 - 470.0 MHz; Reg. ID: 4A-FCC_Part_90

    • RU – Russia, Allowed freq. according to Russian regulations
      RipEX2 - 1A: 146.0 - 174.0 MHz; Reg. ID: 1A-Russia
      RipEX2 - 4A: 403.0 - 410.0, 433.0 - 450.0 MHz; Reg. ID: 4A-Russia
      RipEX2 - 4A: 433.0 - 450.0 MHz; Adjusted product label; Reg. ID: 4-Russia

    • BR – Brazil, 6.25 kHz channel not allowed
      RipEX2 - 4A: Additional sticker (Anatel 16763) on product and paper box; Reg. ID: 4A-Brazil

    • MX – Mexico, Additional sticker on product and paper box

  • Type – specific product type

    • Possible values:

    • RipEX2-1

    • RipEX2-3

    • RipEX2-4

  • Code – part of order code which is printed on Product label on the housing (SW keys are not HW dependent and can be ordered later on, so they are not printed on Product label).

  • 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 E-shop.

* The processor included in the unit uses an encryption module listed as 5A002 a.1 in the Regulation (EU) 2021/821, setting up a Community regime for the control of exports, transfer, brokering and transit of dual-use items. Units are subject to export control when exporting outside the European union, according to national, EU and US law (ECCN 5A002 a.1), see https://policy.trade.ec.europa.eu/help-exporters-and-importers/exporting-dual-use-items_en.
In the case of export from the country where the units were delivered by RACOM, the exporter must inform RACOM of the new country of delivery. X was under production until XII/2022


RipEX
  •  

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

    • Possible values: RipEX

  • Band – frequency band

    • Possible values:

    • 135 (tuning range 135–154 MHz)

    • 154 (tuning range 154–174 MHz)

    • 215 (tuning range 215–240 MHz)

    • 300 (tuning range 300–320 MHz)

    • 320 (tuning range 320–340 MHz)

    • 340 (tuning range 340–360 MHz)

    • 368 (tuning range 368–400 MHz)

    • 400 (tuning range 400–432 MHz)

    • 432 (tuning range 432–470 MHz)

    • 470 (tuning range 470–512 MHz)

    • 928 (tuning range 928–960 MHz)

  • Var. – designation of product variant, if it is used. Generally, more variants can be used within one unit, i.e. more letters can be on this position. These variants can’t be ordered and included in the unit later on.

    • Possible values:

    • none - basic model

    • D – Separate connectors for RX and TX antennas, Part No. RipEX-HW-DUAL

    • G – Internal GPS module, Part No. RipEX-HW-GPS

    • N – Encryption features will never be possible, neither HW nor SW encryption

    • S – Up to 50 kHz channel spacing, Part No. RipEX-HW-50kHz (only versions before 2014 didn´t support var. ´S´)

    • P – Ingress Protection level IP51, Part No. RipEX-HW-IP51

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

    • Possible values:

    • Master – enables all functionalities of all possible SW feature keys, Part No. RipEX-SW-MASTER

    • Router – enables Router mode. If not activated, only Bridge mode is available, Part No. RipEX-SW-ROUTER

    • Backup routes – enables Backup routes, Part No. RipEX-SW-BACKUP ROUTES

    • Speed – enables the two highest speeds (D8PSK, 16DEQAM mod.) for 25 and 50 kHz channel, Part No. RipEX-SW-SPEED

    • 10W – enables RF output power 10 W for CPFSK modulations, Part No. RipEX-SW-10W

    • COM2 – enables the second serial interface configurable as RS232 or RS485, Part No. RipEX-SW-COM2

    • Ex – authorization for use RipEX in hazardous location Ex II 3G Ex ic IIC T4 Gc. Part No.: RipEX-Ex (Note: Ex keys are available only for units produced after 1st of January 2014)

  • Region – used for countries where specific restrictions are required. Available only on special request when ordering. If used, it is indicated in bracket along with the SW keys.

    • Possible values:

    • BR – Brazil, RipEX - 368: Anatel sticker 09610

    • MX – Mexico, Import sticker on paper box, SOL0903113T3

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

    • Possible values:

    • RipEX-160 for Bands 135, 154 (RipEX-135, RipEX-154 in Code)

    • RipEX-200 for Bands 215 (RipEX-215 in Code)

    • RipEX-300 for Bands 300, 320, 340 (RipEX-300, RipEX-320, RipEX-340 in Code)

    • RipEX-400 for Bands 368, 400, 432, 470 (RipEX-368, RipEX-400, RipEX-432, RipEX-470 in Code)

    • RipEX-900 for Bands 928 (RipEX-928 in Code)

  • Code – part of order code which is printed on Product label on the housing (SW keys are not HW depend-ent and can be ordered later on, so they are not printed on Product label).
    Note: Number in Type (e.g. RipEX-400) in Code is replaced by Band (e.g. RipEX-368, RipEX-400, RipEX-432, RipEX-470)

  • 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 E-shop.


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Specifications

RipEX2 RipEX2e RipEX
Max. Speed 1.7 Mb/s
@ 256QAM
250 kb/s
@ 64QAM
166 kb/s
@ 16DEQAM
Speed @ 25 kHz 167 kb/s 125 kb/s 83 kb/s
Channel size 6.25 – 300 kHz 6.25 – 50 kHz 6.25 – 50 kHz
Interfaces 4×ETH, 1×SFP, 1×COM, 1×USB 2×ETH,2×COM, 1×USB 1×ETH,2×COM, 1×USB
mPCIe Yes No No
Full duplex Yes No No
Fully Redundant Hot Standby Master Station Yes No Yes
Management Access 4 levels 4 levels 2 levels
IPsec Yes Yes Yes
RADIUS Yes Yes No

Radio parameters RipEX2   RipEX2e
Frequency bands 135 – 175 MHz
285 – 335; 335 – 400 MHz
400 – 470; 450 – 520 MHz
803 – 897; 860 – 960 MHz
Channel spacing 6.25; 12.5; 25; 50; 100; 150; 200; 250; 300 kHz 6.25; 12.5; 25; 50 kHz
Frequency stability ±0.5 ppm
±0.01 ppm with internal (optional) GNSS (GPS) or external time synchronisation, see details
±0.5 ppm
Modulation QAM: 256QAM; 64QAM; 16DEQAM; D8PSK; π/4DQPSK; DPSK
FSK: 4CPFSK; 2CPFSK, see details
QAM: 64QAM; 16DEQAM; D8PSK; π/4DQPSK; DPSK
FSK: 4CPFSK; 2CPFSK, see details
FEC (Forward Error Correction) 2/3; 3/4; 5/6; Off
Trellis code with Viterbi soft-decoder
Gross data rate (data speed) 1) Channel spacing
[kHz]
Gross data rate (modulation rate)
[kb/s]
Channel spacing
[kHz]
Gross data rate (modulation rate)
[kb/s]
6.25 35 6.25 26
12.5 83 12.5 63
25 167 25 125
50 333 50 250
100 555    
150 925    
200 1111    
250 2) 1389    
300 2) 1736    
Transmitter
RF Output power QAM: 0.1 – 5.0 W (20 – 37 dBm) RMS in 1dB step 3)
FSK: 0.1 – 10 W (20 – 40 dBm) in 1dB step
see details
Duty cycle Continuous
Rx to Tx Time < 2 ms @ 6.25 kHz channel
< 1.0 ms @ 12.5 kHz channel
< 0.7 ms @ 25 kHz channel
Spurious Emissions (Conducted) < -36 dBm
Radiated Spurious Emissions < -36 dBm
Adjacent channel power < -60 dBc
Transient adjacent channel power < -60 dBc
Receiver
Anti-aliasing Selectivity 56 kHz @ -3 dB BW applicable for 6.25; 12.5; 25 kHz
500 kHz @ -3 dB BW applicable for 50; 100; 150; 200; 250; 300 kHz
56 kHz @ -3 dB BW applicable for 6.25; 12.5; 25 kHz
500 kHz @ -3 dB BW applicable for 50 kHz
Tx to Rx Time < 2 ms @ 6.25 kHz channel
< 1.0 ms @ 12.5 kHz channel
< 0.7 ms @ 25 kHz channel
Maximum Receiver Input Power 20 dBm (100 mW)
Rx Spurious Emissions (Conducted) < -57 dBm
Radiated Spurious Emissions < -57 dBm
Blocking or desensitization > -23 dBm @ 1 MHz
> -19 dBm @ 2 MHz
> -15 dBm @ 5 MHz
> -13 dBm @ 10 MHz
Spurious response rejection > 70 dB
 
Technical parameters are subject to change without prior notification.
1) Network throughput varies and depends heavily on the data structure, optimization effectivity, protocol on Radio channel, network topology, signal budgets and many other parameters of the network. Practical tests are recommended.
2) Available only in Bridge mode.
3) Max peak envelope power (PEP) 10 W (40 dBm) .

Electrical RipEX2 RipEX2e
Primary power 10 to 30 VDC, negative GND
Rx 8 W / 13.8 V, see details
Tx 12 – 55 W, see details
Sleep mode 0.01 W
Interfaces  
Ethernet 10/100/1000Base-T Auto MDI/MDIX 4× RJ45 10/100/1000Base-T Auto MDI/MDIX 2× RJ45
SFP 10/100/1000Base-T or
1000Base-SX or
1000Base-LX
user exchangeable SFP with max. power consumption 1.25 W
1× SFP No SFP
COM RS232 / RS485 SW configurable DB9F
600 b/s – 2 Mb/s  
COM2 Extension module 'C' 2 × RS232 RJ45 RS232 DB9F (COM1,COM2)
COM2: 600 b/s – 2 Mb/s;
COM3: 2.4 kb/s – 921.6 kb/s
600 b/s – 2 Mb/s
USB USB 3.0 Host A
Antenna 50 Ω
SW configurable
1× Tx / Rx or 1× Rx + 1× Tx
2× TNC female 50 Ω
1× Tx / Rx
1× TNC female
Inputs/Outputs 1× HW alarm input
1× HW alarm output
Sleep input
Power
connector
2× DI, 2× DO, 1× diffDI
not available when Extension module 'C'
(COM ports) is used
RJ45 Not available
   

Indication LEDs
LED panel 5× tri-color status LEDs (SYS, EXT, RX, TX, COM)
ETH 4× RJ45 (Link and Activity LEDs), 1× SFP (Status LED)
Environmental
IP Code (Ingress Protection) IP41, IP42, IP52 - see details
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) > 900 000 hours (> 100 years)
Operating temperature −40 to +70 °C ( −40 to +158 °F) 4)
Operating humidity 5 to 95 % non-condensing
Storage −40 to +85 °C ( −40 to +185 °F) / 5 to 95 % non-condensing
Mechanical
Casing Rugged die-cast aluminium
Dimensions

H×W×D: 60×185×125.5 mm (2.34×7.2×4.94 in)

Weight

1.55 kg (3.4 lbs)

Mounting DIN rail, L-bracket, Flat-bracket, 19" Rack chassis
see details
SW
Operating modes Bridge / Router
Radio channel protocols Transparent @ Bridge
Base driven, Flexible @ Router
see details
User protocols on COM DNP3, DF1, IEC101, Modbus RTU, PR2000, RDS, Siemens 3964(R), COMLI, SAIA S-bus, Mars-A, PPP, UNI, Async Link
User protocols on Ethernet Modbus TCP, IEC104, DNP3 TCP, Comli TCP, Terminal server
Serial to IP convertors DNP3 / DNP3 TCP, Modbus RTU / Modbus TCP
Protocol on Radio channel
Multi master applications Yes
Report by exception Yes
Collision Avoidance Capability Yes
Remote to Remote communication Yes
Addressed and acknowledged
serial SCADA protocols
Yes
Data integrity control CRC 32
Optimization Intelligent payload data and header (Eth / IP / TCP / UDP) compression
Security
Management HTTPS (Web Interface or Application Programming Interface)
Role-based access control (RBAC) 4 levels (Guest, Tech, SecTech, Admin)
WiFi management access (optional) WPA2-PSK secured
Encryption AES256-CCM
VPN IPsec, OpenVPN, GRE
VLAN IEEE 802.1Q (tagging), Q-in-Q for Transparent mode
AAA protocol RADIUS
Firewall Layer 2 - MAC, Layer 3 - IP, Layer 4 - TCP/UDP
FW Digitally signed
HW tamper Case opening evidence
       
4) When full-duplex with full power (40 dBm PEP) and the surrounding temperature above + 60°C the external passive cooler should be used (e.g. RipEX2-RS 19" Rack chassis).

Diagnostic and Management
Link testing ICMP ping, RSS ping
Status information User interfaces
Statistics

Historical and differential statistics for Rx / Tx Packets on all user interfaces (ETH 1-5, COM 1-3, TS 1-5) and Radio interface - for individual connections.
Radio protocol statistics (frame error, replied, duplicated, lost etc.) for individual radio links.
Advanced statistics for Radio channel (RSS levels, MSE, Pre-frame RSS, Repeats, etc.)

Statistics history Several weeks
Event log Events filtered by time, severity, user, remote IP address and type of event
SNMP SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, SNMPv3
Trap / Inform alarms generation as per settings
NTP Client / Server
Monitoring Real time analysis of all interfaces (RADIO, ETH 1-5 , COM 1-3, TS 1-5) and internal interfaces between software modules, see details

Standards
CE RED; RoHS; WEEE
FCC, IC FCC Part 90, IC RSS-119
Spectrum ETSI EN 302 561 V2.1.1
ETSI EN 300 113 V2.2.1
EMC
(electromagnetic compatibility)
ETSI EN 301 489-1 V2.2.3
ETSI EN 301 489-5 V3.2.1
EN 61850-3:2014
Product safety EN 62368-1:2014 + A11:2017
RF health safety EN 62311:2008
Electric power substations
environment
IEEE 1613:2009
IEEE 1613.1:2013
EN 61850-3:2014
Hazardous locations EN 60079-0:2012
EN 60079-11:2012
Environmental EN 61850-3: 2014
Vibration & shock

EN 60068-2-6:2008
ETS 300 019-2-3:1994, Class 3.4
EN 61850-3:2014

Seismic qualification EN 60068-2-27:2010
IP rating EN 60529:1993 + A1:2001 + A2:2014

Optional interfaces (not applicable for RipEX2e)

Extension module 'G'
GNSS (GPS)

Active antenna 3.3 VDC SMA female (EXT on front panel)
72-channel u-blox M8 engine GPS/QZSS L1 C/A, GLONASS L10F, BeiDou B1I, Galileo E1B/C, SBAS L1 C/A: WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN

Extension module 'C'
COM ports

COM2:
RS232 - 5 pin (RxD, TxD, GND, RTS, CTS)
600 b/s to 2 Mb/s
COM3:
RS232 - 3 pin (RxD, TxD, GND)
2.4 kb/s to 921.6 kb/s
RJ45 (DI/DO on front panel)

Extension module 'W', 'M', 'O'
Cellular

see details
Radio parameters
Frequency bands 135 – 154; 154 – 174 MHz
215 – 240 MHz
300 – 320; 320 – 340; 340 – 360 MHz
368 – 400; 400 – 432; 432 – 470 MHz
470 – 512 MHz
928 – 960 MHz
see details
Channel spacing 6.25; 12.5; 25; 50 kHz 1)
Frequency stability ±1.0 ppm
Modulation QAM (linear): 16DEQAM; D8PSK; π/4DQPSK; DPSK
FSK (exponential): 4CPFSK; 2CPFSK see details
FEC (Forward Error Correction) On/Off, ¾ Trellis code with Viterbi soft-decoder
Gross data rate (data speed) 2)
Channel spacing
[kHz]
Gross data rate (modulation rate)
[kb/s]
6.25 21
12.5 42
25 83
50 167
Transmitter  
RF Output power QAM: 0.5 – 2 W 3)
FSK: 0.1 – 10 W 4)
see details
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
Receiver  
Sensitivity -113 dBm (12.5 kHz, 2CPFSK, BER 10-6, 3/4 FEC, see details
Anti-aliasing Selectivity 50 kHz @ -3 dB 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 see details  
Spurious response rejection > 70 dB
   
    1) 50 kHz channel spacing is HW dependent, versions before 2014 didn´t support it. 6.25 kHz channel spacing is not available for RipEX-928.
    2) Network throughput varies and depends heavily on the data structure, optimization effectivity, protocol on Radio channel, network topology, signal budgets and many other parameters of the network. Practical tests are recommended.
    3) Max peak envelope power (PEP) 7.0 W
    4) For output power 10 W it is recommended to use input power above 11 VDC.
  RipEX-470, RipEX-928 - max. RF Output power 8 W.

Electrical
Primary power 10 to 30 VDC, negative GND
Rx 5 W / 13.8 V;   4.8 W / 24 V;   (Radio part < 2 W)
Tx 13 – 40 W, see details
Sleep mode 0.1 W  
Save mode 2 W  
Interfaces
Ethernet 10/100 Base-T Auto MDI/MDIX RJ45
COM1 RS232 DB9F
300 – 115 200 b/s  
COM2 RS232/RS485 SW configurable DB9F
300 – 115 200 b/s  
USB USB 1.1 Host A
Antenna 50 Ω TNC female
Inputs/Outputs 1x HW alarm input
1x HW alarm output
1x Sleep input
Power connector

Indication LEDs
LED panel 7× tri-color status LEDs
(Power, ETH, COM1, COM2, Rx, Tx, Status)
Environmental
IP Code (Ingress Protection) IP40, (IP51 - see details)
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) > 900 000 hours (> 100 years)
Hazardous lodations   Ex II 3G Ex ic IIC T4 Gc  
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
Mechanical
Casing Rugged die-cast aluminium
Dimensions H × W × D: 50 × 150 × 118 mm (1.97 × 5.9 × 4.65 in)
Weight 1.1 kg (2.4 lbs)
Mounting DIN rail, L-bracket, Flat-bracket, 19" Rack shelf
SW
Operating modes   Bridge / Router  
Radio channel protocols Transparent @ Bridge
Base driven, Flexible @ Router
see details
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
Optimization Payload data and Ethernet / IP / TCP / UDP header compression, Packet flow on Radio channel optimization
Security
Management HTTP, HTTPS (own certificate), SSH
Access accounts 2 levels (Guest, Admin)
Encryption AES256-CCM
VPN IPsec, GRE
VLAN IEEE 802.1Q (tagging), Q-in-Q for Transparent mode
Firewall Layer 2 - MAC, Layer 3 - IP, Layer 4 - TCP/UDP

Diagnostic and Management
Radio link testing Yes (ping with RSS, Data Quality, Homogeneity)
Watched values (Can be broadcast to neighbouring units. Received info displayed in Neighbours table) Device - Ucc, Temp, PWR, VSWR, *HW Alarm Input.
Radio channel - *RSScom, *DQcom, TXLost [%]
User interfaces - ETH (Rx/Tx), COM1 (Rx/Tx), COM2 (Rx/Tx)
* not broadcast
Statistics For Rx/Tx Packets on User interfaces (ETH, COM1, COM2) and for User data and Radio protocol (Repeats, Lost, ACK etc.) on Radio channel
Graphs For Watched values and Statistics
History (Statistics, Neighbours,
Graphs)
20 periods (configurable, e.g. days)  
SNMP SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, SNMPv3
SNMP Traps or SNMP Informs generation for Watched values
NTP   Client, Server (synchronized from internal GPS)
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, Modbus TCP server etc.)

Standards
CE RED, RoHS, WEEE
FCC, IC FCC Part 90, Pending: IC RSS-119
Spectrum ETSI EN 302 561 V2.1.1:2017
ETSI EN 300 113 V2.2.1:2017
EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) ETSI EN 301 489-1 V2.1.1:2017
ETSI EN 301 489-5 V2.1.1:2017
IEC 1613:2009 Class 1
Safety EN 60950-1:2006, A11:2009, A1:2010, A1:2010, A12:2011, A2:2013
SAR EN 50385:2002
EN 50383ed.2:2011
Vibration & shock EN 61373:1999
EN 60068-2-6:2008
Seismic qualification IEC 980:1989 (seismic category 1a)
Hazardous locations EN 60079-0:2012
EN 60079-11:2012
IP rating EN 60529:1993 + A1:2001 + A2:2014

Accessories

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 RipEX 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.

DC power supply, DIN rail

  • Input 90-264 VAC, 127-370 VDC
  • Output 12 VDC
  • 75 W
  • -20°C to +70°C
  • Overload, Over voltage, Over temperature protections
  • Direct DIN rail mounting
  • Datasheet, Part No.: PWS-AC,DC/12VDC/75W2
  • Manufactured by MeanWell
  • Replacement of PWS-AC,DC/12VDC/76W from VIII/2021
PWS-AC,DC_12VDC_75W2

DC power supply, Battery charger

  • Input 90 – 264 VAC, 127 – 370 VDC
  • Output 13.8 VDC
  • 97 W
  • -30°C to +70°C
  • Overload, Over voltage, Battery low protections
  • Back-up battery charger
  • Direct DIN rail mounting
  • Datasheet, Part No.: PWS-AC,DC/13.8VDC/97W
  • Manufactured by MeanWell
  • Replacement of PWS-AC-DC_13.8VDC_152W from VIII/2020
PWS-AC,DC_13.8VDC_97W

DIN rail clips

  • Standard accessory
  • Shipped with every RipEX, RipEX2 and RipEX2e unit
  • Part No.: HOL-RipEX-DINSET
DIN set

Flat bracket

Flat bracket RipEX2

L bracket

  • For vertical mounting
  • To DIN rail or directly to a mounting surface
  • Datasheet, Part No.: HOL-RipEX-LHOL-RipEX2-L
  • Can not be used when mPCI Extension cellular module is installed in RipEX2
  • Manufactured by RACOM
L bracket RipEX2

S bracket

  • For side mounting
  • To DIN rail or directly to a mounting surface
  • Datasheet, Part No.: HOL-RipEX2-S
  • Manufactured by RACOM
S bracket RipEX2

19″ rack chassis

RipEX

RipEX-RS

RipEX2

  • 2U height
  • Power options
  • Built-in duplexer possible
  • Chassis also serve as a passive cooler for the unit(s)
  • RipEX2-RS
    • 1x RipEX2 or RipEX2e
    • 1x Power supply
    • 1x Built-in duplexer (optional)
  • RipEX2-RD
    • 2x RipEX2 or RipEX2e
    • 2x Power supply
    • 2x Built-in duplexer (optional)
    • Redundancy
      • Redundant antenna system (independent antenna(s) for each unit) and redundant connection of connected technology to “A” and “B” units are required
  • Ordering information
  • Datasheet
  • Manufactured by RACOM
RipEX2-RS

Ingress Protection IP52

  • For RipEX2 and RipEX2e only
  • RipEX2 and RipEX2e standard Ingress Protection is IP41
  • Increase of Protection against Solid objects to IP5x
    • Dust covers for all unused connectors
    • 5x RJ45, 1x USB, 1x SFP, 2x TNC, 1x SMA, (DSUB9 cover is not needed) 
    • Datasheet, Part No.: SET-RipEX2-IP5x
  • Increase of Protection against Water to IPx2
    • Unit installed just with connectors facing downward
    • Datasheet
SET-RipEX2-IP52
  • For service and management access to the web interface via USB connector
  • Any RipEX provides built-in DHCP server (up to 5 leases)
  • Direct easy access from connected device to RipEX management without any reconfiguration
  • To access the RipEX always use the fixed IP 10.9.8.7
  • To avoid FW compatibility issues it is necessary to order these adapters from RACOM

Wifi adapter

edimax_17

Wifi adapter 2

oth-w2-wifi

USB/ETH adapter

  • For RipEX, RipEX2 and RipEX2e
  • FW 1.7.1.0 or higher is required
  • Datasheet, Part No.: OTH-USB/ETH-U2
  • Manufactured by i-tec
OTH-USB/ETH-U2

USB/ETH adapter 2

  • For RipEX2 and RipEX2e only
  • FW 1.4.3.0 or higher is required
  • Datasheet, Part No.: OTH-USB/ETH-XR
  • Manufactured by Axagon
OTH-USB_ETH-XR

All common types of SFP modules are supported. There are two basic tested modules which RACOM can deliver together with RipEX2 units. If you require anything else, please contact us or your supplier.

SFP module Fibre

  • Two fibres
  • Single mode
  • LC connector
  • 20 km
  • -45°C to +85°C
  • Datasheet, Part No.: SFP-2F-1G-EDGE
  • Manufactured by EDGE Technologies
SFP-2F-1G-EDGE

SFP module Ethernet

  • Metallic 1 Gb Ethernet
  • IEEE 802.3
  • RJ45 connector
  • -45°C to +85°C
  • Datasheet, Part No.: SFP-RJ45-1G-EDGE
  • Manufactured by EDGE Technologies
SFP-RJ45-1G-EDGE
  • Coaxial, N(f) / N(f) connectors
  • 100 – 512 MHz
  • Up to 750 watts
  • PLZ0A(B) – LPZ1 zones
  • Also suitable for the PLZ0A zone, serving as a lightning conductor
  • Low VSWR
  • Continuous RF performance after surge (no fuse, automatic reset)
  • Flexible bulkhead and bracket mounting capabilities
  • IP67
  • DatasheetPart No.: SURGE-COAXIAL
  • Manufactured by Polyphaser
vhf50ed

Coaxial Patch cord

  • 0.5 m (19.7 in)
  • RG58
  • TNC(m) / N(m)
  • For antenna feedline extension inside of the cabinet, e.g. between RipEX and Coaxial surge protection
  • Part No.: CAB-RG58-0.5m
  • Manufactured by RACOM
feedline_cable_b

RJ45/Terminals adapter

  • For DI/DO connection to RipEX2
  • RJ45 to screw terminal block conversion
  • 8 pin clamping screw plug (14 – 30 AWG)
  • Datasheet, Part No.: OTH-RJ45/SCREW-TERM
  • Manufactured by Poyiccot
RJ45-Terminals-adapter

Coaxial cables

RG58

  • PVC
  • Outer diameter 4.95 mm
  • -40 to +85°C
  • Attenuation 34.5 dB / 100 m / 400MHz
  • Datasheet, Part No.: CAB-RG58
  • Manufactured by Draka
RG_58

RG213

  • PVC
  • Designed for outdoor environment
  • Outer diameter 10.3 mm
  • -40 to +85°C
  • Attenuation 14.4 dB / 100 m / 400MHz
  • Datasheet, Part No.: CAB-RG213
  • Manufactured by Draka
RG_213

H1000

  • PVC
  • Outer diameter 10.3 mm
  • Designed for outdoor environment
  • -40 to +70°C
  • Attenuation 8.4 dB / 100 m / 400MHz
  • Datasheet, Part No.: CAB-H1000
  • Manufactured by Belden
h1000

Coaxial connectors

RG58

CON-Nm-RG58

RG213

CON-Nm-RG213

H1000 

CON-Nm-H1000

Power connector

CON-RipEX-PWR

Antennas

It is recommended to source antennas locally, however RACOM is also capable to deliver them. If you would need any help or consultation, don’t hesitate to contact us.

antenna_01

Dummy load antenna

  • For laboratory testing
  • 50 ohms
  • TNC male connector
  • Up to 1 W RF output power
  • Part No.: ANT-RipEX-DUMMYLOAD
  • Manufactured by RACOM
dummy_02b

Duplexers

  • 140-175 MHz, 300-360 MHz, 400-470 MHz
  • Symmetrical, 6 cavities
  • Isolation and Inserted loss are dependent on frequency
  • Maximum input power 25W
  • Impedance 50 ohms
  • N female connectors
  • Rx and TX frequencies must be specified while ordering
  • Datasheet, Part No.: OTH-DUPLEXER
  • May be used internally in RipEX2-RS and RipEX2-HS, Part No’s.: RipEX2-HS-HW-DUP
  • Manufactured by RCD
duplexer

Migration solution

These accessories are recommended when Migration solution is implemented.

Migration Serial cable

  • 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.: OTH-MIG-CAB
  • Manufactured by RACOM
migration_serial

Automatic Antenna Switch

  • 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, 300-340, 360-400, 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
  • Datasheet, Part No.: OTH-MIG-AAS
  • Manufactured by RACOM
AAS
  • For 3 pcs of RipEX or RipEX2 or RipEX2e and 1 pc of M!DGE
  • Suitable for functional demonstration
  • Ready for complete application bench-test
  • 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.: RipEX2-DEMO-CASE
  • Manufactured by RACOM
Content

  • Brackets and cabling for installation of three RipEX or three RipEX2 (RipEX2e) and one M!DGE (units are not part of the delivery)
  • 1x Power supply 230 VAC
  • 1x Power cable (European Schuko CEE 7/7 to IEC 320 C13)
  • 1x Ethernet patch cable (3m, UTP CAT 5E, 2x RJ-45)
  • Quick start guide
  • RipEX accessories:
  • M!DGE accessories:

demo-r2
  • 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‘s.: RipEX-HS, RipEX2-HS
ripex2-hs-sh

Accessory kit shipped with every RipEX, RipEX2 or RipEX2e unit

  • DIN set – set of two DIN rail clips + two screws, Part No.: HOL-RipEX-DINSET, 1 pc
  • Power connector plug, Part No.: CON-RipEX-PWR, 1 pc
  • Removable plate with sticker for your notes
kit-rip

Calculations

Calculations 

RipEX settings

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

 

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.
center
remote
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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Product overview ripex-product-overview.pdf2 118 kB01.08.2019
Datasheet RipEX - A4 - ver.4.1 - English ripex-dsA4-en.pdf2 915 kB05.06.2024
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RipEX – Radio modem & Router - DEMO handbook ripex-case-man-en.pdf3 640 kB14.10.2021
User manual RipEX2, RipEX2e ripex2-man-en.pdf27 103 kB10.06.2024
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Base Driven protocol ripex-base-driven-protocol-is.pdf2 427 kB07.01.2020
Data speed ripex-data-speed-is.pdf1 796 kB07.01.2020
Flexible protocol ripex-flexible-protocol-is.pdf508 kB07.01.2020
Hybrid networks ripex-hybrid-networks-is.pdf1 924 kB07.01.2020
Migration solution ripex-migration-solution-is.pdf898 kB07.01.2020
Overview ripex-app-en.pdf254 kB12.03.2024
Common
PEP versus RMS RF power ripex2-app-pep-en.pdf2 391 kB07.02.2020
RipEX
ARP Proxy & VLAN ripex-app-arpvlan-en.pdf1 132 kB13.04.2018
Address Planning ripex-app-addplan-en.pdf2 598 kB20.11.2017
Auto-speed ripex-app-aspeed-en.pdf2 567 kB10.03.2022
Back-to-Back Repeater ripex-app-b2brep-en.pdf612 kB29.11.2017
Backup Routes ripex-app-backup-en.pdf1 421 kB27.12.2018
Base Driven Protocol ripex-app-bdp-en.pdf1 922 kB27.12.2018
Data Speed ripex-app-dspeed-en.pdf520 kB20.11.2017
GRE Tunnels ripex-app-gre-en.pdf939 kB23.03.2018
IPsec ripex-app-ipsec-en.pdf1 257 kB11.01.2018
MORSE and RipEX ripex-app-morrip-en.pdf670 kB20.11.2017
Migration Solution ripex-app-mig-en.pdf896 kB28.11.2017
Modbus ripex-app-modbus-en.pdf2 260 kB23.11.2017
Network Address and Port Translation ripex-app-nat-en.pdf1 085 kB12.04.2018
Nomadic Mode ripex-app-nomad-en.pdf1 210 kB15.02.2019
Profibus ripex-app-profi-en.pdf531 kB20.11.2017
Quality of Service ripex-app-qos-en.pdf942 kB12.04.2018
Radio Channel Access ripex-app-chacc-en.pdf357 kB23.11.2017
SNMP ripex-app-snmp-en.pdf1 901 kB02.08.2022
UNI Protocol ripex-app-uni-en.pdf290 kB19.11.2018
RipEX2
Auto-speed ripex2-app-aspeed-en.pdf2 207 kB11.12.2023
Babel ripex2-app-bab-en.pdf4 259 kB13.12.2023
GRE Tunnels ripex2-app-gre-en.pdf1 067 kB12.03.2024
MSE vs DQ ripex2-app-mse-en.pdf802 kB13.12.2023
OpenVPN ripex2-midge3-app-openvpn-en.pdf4 591 kB14.03.2024
SNMP ripex2-midge3-app-snmp-en.pdf1 893 kB11.12.2023
Power distribution - CFE, Mexico ripex-cs-cfe-en.pdf2 902 kB25.02.2016
Water management - WSC, Malta ripex-cs-wsc-en.pdf1 281 kB24.09.2015
WSC Malta whitepaper wsc-psaila-wp-en.pdf443 kB24.09.2015
RipEX Firmware package 1.9.7.0 ra1-RACOM-1.9.7.0.cpio11 873 kB23.07.2021
Firmware Release notes ripex-fw-rn-en.pdf368 kB11.05.2022
MIB table ripex-mib.zip26 kB16.09.2019
Zabbix ver. 6 templates ripex-zabbix-v6.0.zip4 480 kB23.06.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.7.0.fwp35 418 kB07.06.2024
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.7.0-patch-2.1.6.0.fwp5 103 kB07.06.2024
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf588 kB07.06.2024
MIB table 2.1.6.0 ra2-mib-2.1.6.0.zip24 kB13.03.2024
Zabbix ver. 6 templates 2.1.6.0 ripex2-zabbix-6.0-2.1.6.0.zip5 023 kB12.03.2024
USB adapters
Adapter USB/ETH (RipEX2, M!DGE2, RAy3), Axagon OTH-USB_ETH-XR.pdf110 kB18.08.2020
Adapter USB/ETH (RipEX, RipEX2, M!DGE2, RAy2, RAy3), i-tec OTH-USB_ETH-U2.pdf398 kB16.04.2021
Adapter USB/Wifi (RipEX2, RAy2, RAy3), Ogemray OTH-USB_WIFI-W2.pdf219 kB10.12.2018
SFP modules
SFP module, 1 Gb Ethernet, RJ45, EDGE SFP-RJ45-1G-EDGE.pdf291 kB16.01.2021
SFP module, 2 fibres, SM, LC, 20 km, EDGE SFP-2F-1G-EDGE.pdf477 kB08.11.2019
Power supplies
Power supply 90-264VAC/12VDC/75W, DIN, MeanWell PWS-AC,DC_12VDC_75W2.pdf654 kB23.08.2021
Power supply with back-up 90-260VAC/13.8VDC/97W PWS-AC,DC_13.8VDC_97W.pdf1 113 kB05.08.2020
Mounting
19" rack chassis for RipEX RipEX-Rx.pdf721 kB11.12.2019
19" rack chassis for RipEX2 RipEX2-Rx.pdf2 011 kB03.02.2021
Bracket for flat surface mounting HOL-RipEX1-2-FLAT.pdf971 kB10.12.2019
Bracket for side mounting HOL-RipEX2-S.pdf834 kB06.02.2023
Bracket for vertical mounting HOL-RipEX1-2-L.pdf1 643 kB03.02.2021
Set of connector dust covers for RipEX2 SET-RipEX2-IP5x.pdf1 837 kB03.02.2021
Surge protection
Surge protection coaxial, N(f)/N(f), PLZ0A(B)-LPZ1, Polyphaser SURGE-COAXIAL.pdf414 kB12.05.2017
Cables & Connectors
Adapter RJ45/Screw Terminal Blocks (RipEX2, M!DGE3), Poyiccot RJ45-Terminals-adapter.pdf244 kB10.04.2024
Coaxial cable H1000, atten. 8.4dB/100m/400MHz, Belden CAB-H1000.pdf217 kB14.03.2019
Coaxial cable RG213, atten. 13.8 dB/100m/400MHz, Draka CAB-RG213.pdf49 kB14.03.2019
Coaxial cable RG58, atten. 29.7dB/100m/400MHz, Draka CAB-RG58.pdf78 kB14.03.2019
Connector N male, for H1000, screwing, PPC CON-Nm-H1000.pdf134 kB14.03.2019
Connector N male, for RG213, crimp, Rosenberger CON-Nm-RG213.pdf65 kB14.03.2019
Connector N male, for RG58, crimp, Rosenberger CON-Nm-RG58.pdf84 kB14.03.2019
Connector, RipEX, Power plug with terminals CON-RipEX-PWR.pdf238 kB14.03.2019
Migration solution
Automatic Antenna Switch, cables included OTH-MIG-AAS.pdf198 kB21.07.2022
Duplexers
Duplexer, 6 cavities, RCD OTH-DUPLEXER.pdf219 kB13.09.2020
DEMO case
User manual - Demo case ripex-case-man-en.pdf3 640 kB10.04.2019
RipEX - Firmware & Manuals
RipEX, version 1.9.7.0  
RipEX Firmware package 1.9.7.0 ra1-RACOM-1.9.7.0.cpio11 873 kB23.07.2021
RipEX firmware Release notes ripex-fw-rn-en.pdf368 kB11.05.2022
Zabbix ver. 4 templates ripex-zabbix-v4.0.zip4 533 kB01.07.2021
Zabbix ver. 5 templates ripex-zabbix-v5.0.zip4 466 kB20.06.2022
SNMP for Zabbix v.5 and lower ripex-app-snmp-en.pdf1 339 kB20.01.2021
RipEX, version 1.9.6.0  
User manual RipEX ripex-man-en.pdf11 768 kB24.02.2021
RipEX Firmware package 1.9.6.0 ra1-RACOM-1.9.6.0.cpio11 875 kB23.02.2021
RipEX firmware Release notes ripex-fw-rn-en.pdf373 kB23.02.2021
RipEX, version 1.9.5.0  
RipEX Firmware package 1.9.5.0 ra1-RACOM-1.9.5.0.cpio11 870 kB25.02.2020
RipEX firmware Release notes ripex-fw-rn-en.pdf151 kB25.02.2020
RipEX, version 1.9.2.0  
RipEX Firmware package 1.9.2.0 ra1-RACOM-1.9.2.0.cpio11 856 kB17.09.2019
RipEX firmware Release notes ripex-fw-rn-en.pdf180 kB16.09.2019
RipEX – MIB database ripex-mib.zip26 kB16.09.2019
RipEX, version 1.8.2.0  
RipEX Firmware package 1.8.2.0 ra1-RACOM-1.8.2.0.cpio11 486 kB20.03.2018
RipEX firmware Release notes ripex-fw-rn-en.pdf161 kB20.03.2018
RipEX – MIB database ripex-mib.zip26 kB07.03.2018
RipEX – Zabbix ver. 3 templates ripex-zabbix.zip79 kB19.03.2018
User manual ver. 1.22 ripex-m-en.pdf13 562 kB20.03.2018
RipEX, version 1.7.1.0  
Application notes ripex-app-en.pdf11 709 kB16.08.2017
RipEX Firmware package 1.7.1.0 ra1-RACOM-1.7.1.0.cpio10 967 kB17.08.2017
RipEX firmware Release notes ripex-fw-rn-en.pdf153 kB16.08.2017
RipEX – MIB database ripex-mib.zip25 kB04.04.2017
RipEX – Zabbix templates ripex-zabbix.zip79 kB17.08.2017
User manual ver. 1.20 ripex-m-en.pdf13 323 kB16.08.2017
RipEX, version 1.6.7.0  
RipEX Firmware package 1.6.7.0 ra1-RACOM-1.6.7.0.cpio9 763 kB04.04.2017
RipEX firmware Release notes ripex-fw-rn-en.pdf144 kB04.11.2016
RipEX – MIB database ripex-mib.zip25 kB04.04.2017
RipEX – Zabbix templates ripex-zabbix.zip41 kB04.04.2017
User manual ver. 1.16 ripex-m-en.pdf12 151 kB15.02.2017
RipEX, version 1.6.5.0  
RipEX Firmware package 1.6.5.0 ra1-RACOM-1.6.5.0.cpio9 806 kB01.02.2017
RipEX firmware Release notes ripex-fw-rn-en.pdf144 kB04.11.2016
RipEX – MIB database RACOM-RipEX-MIB.zip25 kB01.11.2016
RipEX – Zabbix templates ripex-zabbix.zip46 kB03.02.2017
User manual ver. 1.14 ripex-m-en.pdf12 086 kB11.11.2016
RipEX, version 1.6.3.0  
RipEX Firmware package 1.6.3.0 ra1-RACOM-1.6.3.0.cpio9 810 kB01.11.2016
RipEX firmware Release notes ripex-fw-rn-en.pdf144 kB04.11.2016
RipEX – MIB database RACOM-RipEX-MIB.zip25 kB01.11.2016
RipEX – Zabbix templates ripex-zabbix.zip46 kB22.07.2016
User manual ver. 1.14 ripex-m-en.pdf12 086 kB11.11.2016
RipEX, version 1.5.7.0  
DEMO handbook ripex-demo-en.pdf3 476 kB03.11.2015
RipEX Firmware package 1.5.7.0 ra1-RACOM-1.5.7.0.cpio8 798 kB04.01.2016
RipEX firmware Release notes ripex-fw-en-notes.pdf58 kB12.11.2015
RipEX – Zabbix templates RipEX_Zabbix_templ.zip46 kB22.07.2016
User manual ver. 1.12.2 ripex-m-en.pdf11 497 kB22.02.2016
RipEX, version 1.5.6.0  
DEMO handbook ripex-demo-en.pdf3 476 kB03.11.2015
Firmware Release notes ripex-fw-en-notes.pdf58 kB12.11.2015
Firmware package 1.5.6.0 ra1-RACOM-1.5.6.0.cpio8 797 kB30.11.2015
User manual ver. 1.12.0 ripex-m-en.pdf11 496 kB03.11.2015
RipEX, version 1.5.5.0  
DEMO handbook ripex-demo-en.pdf3 476 kB03.11.2015
Firmware Release notes ripex-fw-en-notes.pdf58 kB12.11.2015
Firmware package 1.5.5.0 ra1-RACOM-1.5.5.0.cpio8 797 kB12.11.2015
User manual ripex-m-en.pdf11 496 kB03.11.2015
RipEX, version 1.4.4.0  
Firmware package 1.4.4.0 ra1-RACOM-1.4.4.0.cpio9 105 kB18.12.2014
RipEX, version 1.4.2.0  
Application notes ripex-app-en.pdf8 817 kB11.04.2014
Firmware Release notes ripex-fw-en-notes.pdf57 kB24.03.2014
Firmware package 1.4.2.0 ra1-RACOM-1.4.2.0.cpio9 039 kB28.05.2014
RipEX – MIB database RACOM-RipEX-MIB.zip25 kB25.02.2014
RipEX – Zabbix templates RipEX_Zabbix_templ.zip36 kB26.02.2014
User manual ripex-m-en.pdf9 792 kB07.04.2014
  ripex-d-cz.pdf109 kB18.10.2012
RipEX, version 1.4.1.0  
Application notes ripex-app-en.pdf8 695 kB26.02.2014
Firmware Release notes ripex-fw-en-notes.pdf145 kB26.02.2014
Firmware package 1.4.1.0 ra1-RACOM-1.4.1.0.cpio9 030 kB26.02.2014
RipEX – MIB database RACOM-RipEX-MIB.zip25 kB25.02.2014
RipEX – Zabbix templates RipEX_Zabbix_templ.zip36 kB26.02.2014
User manual ripex-m-en.pdf9 573 kB26.02.2014
RipEX, version 1.3.3.0  
Firmware package 1.3.3.0 ra1-RACOM-1.3.3.0.cpio8 528 kB05.08.2013
RipEX – MIB database RACOM-RipEX-MIB.zip25 kB09.05.2013
RipEX – Zabbix templates RipEX_Zabbix_templ.zip34 kB13.05.2013
RipEX, version 1.3.2.0  
Application notes ripex-app-en.pdf8 649 kB07.05.2013
DEMO handbook ripex-demo-en.pdf3 183 kB06.05.2013
Declaration of Conformity ripex-d-en.pdf110 kB18.10.2012
Firmware Release notes ripex-fw-en-notes.pdf134 kB09.05.2013
Firmware package 1.3.2.0 ra1-RACOM-1.3.2.0.cpio8 527 kB09.05.2013
RipEX – MIB database RACOM-RipEX-MIB.zip25 kB09.05.2013
RipEX – Zabbix templates RipEX_Zabbix_templ.zip34 kB13.05.2013
User manual ripex-m-en.pdf9 674 kB09.05.2013
RipEX, version 1.2.7.0  
Application notes ripex-app-en.pdf6 495 kB15.11.2012
Firmware Release notes ripex-fw-en-notes.pdf103 kB30.07.2012
Firmware package 1.2.7.0 ra1-1.2.7.0.cpio8 292 kB15.11.2012
RipEX – MIB database RACOM-RipEX-MIB-0.0.2.0.zip24 kB01.08.2012
User manual ripex-m-en.pdf9 738 kB26.10.2012
  RipEX_Zabbix_templ.zip28 kB14.11.2012
RipEX, version 1.2.6.0  
Application notes ripex-app-en.pdf6 027 kB26.10.2012
Firmware Release notes ripex-fw-en-notes.pdf103 kB30.07.2012
Firmware package 1.2.6.0 ra1-1.2.6.0.cpio8 295 kB01.08.2012
RipEX – MIB database RACOM-RipEX-MIB-0.0.2.0.zip24 kB01.08.2012
User manual ripex-m-en.pdf9 738 kB08.08.2012
RipEX, version 1.1.6.0  
Firmware Release notes ripex-fw-en-notes.pdf79 kB06.03.2012
Firmware package 1.1.6.0 ra1-1.1.6.0.cpio8 258 kB15.03.2012
MIB database – old Racom-RipEX.mib31 kB17.05.2011
RipEX – MIB database 0.0.1.0 RACOM-RipEX-MIB-0.0.1.0.zip23 kB02.05.2012
RipEX – MIB databáze 0.0.2.0 RACOM-RipEX-MIB-0.0.2.0.zip24 kB03.05.2012
User manual ripex-m-en.pdf8 836 kB09.03.2012
RipEX, version 1.1.4.0  
Firmware Release notes ripex-fw-en-notes.pdf79 kB06.03.2012
Firmware package 1.1.4.0 ra1-1.1.4.0.cpio8 257 kB26.01.2012
MIB database Racom-RipEX.mib31 kB17.05.2011
User manual ripex-m-en.pdf8 836 kB09.03.2012
RipEX2 - Firmware & Manuals
RipEX2 version 2.1.7.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.7.0.fwp35 418 kB07.06.2024
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.7.0-patch-2.1.6.0.fwp5 103 kB07.06.2024
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf588 kB07.06.2024
RipEX2 version 2.1.6.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.6.0.fwp34 789 kB13.03.2024
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.6.0-patch-2.1.2.0.fwp4 496 kB13.03.2024
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.6.0-patch-2.1.1.0.fwp4 763 kB13.03.2024
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.6.0-patch-2.1.0.0.fwp19 938 kB13.03.2024
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf571 kB28.03.2024
MIB table 2.1.6.0 ra2-mib-2.1.6.0.zip24 kB13.03.2024
Zabbix ver. 6 templates 2.1.6.0 ripex2-zabbix-6.0-2.1.6.0.zip5 023 kB12.03.2024
RipEX2 version 2.1.2.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.2.0.fwp36 100 kB15.12.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.2.0-patch-2.1.1.0.fwp1 558 kB15.12.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.2.0-patch-2.1.0.0.fwp18 888 kB15.12.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.2.0-patch-2.0.18.0-fwd.fwp22 408 kB22.01.2024
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.2.0-patch-2.0.17.0-fwd.fwp34 680 kB22.01.2024
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.2.0-patch-2.0.16.0-fwd.fwp34 690 kB22.01.2024
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.2.0-patch-2.0.14.0-fwd.fwp35 001 kB22.01.2024
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf556 kB15.12.2023
MIB table 2.1.2.0 ra2-mib-2.1.2.0.zip24 kB21.12.2023
Zabbix ver. 6 templates 2.1.2.0 ripex2-zabbix-6.0-2.1.2.0.zip5 022 kB02.02.2024
RipEX2 version 2.1.1.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.1.0.fwp35 891 kB31.10.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.1.0-fwd.fwp35 889 kB10.11.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.1.0-patch-2.1.0.0.fwp18 468 kB31.10.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.1.0-patch-2.0.18.0-fwd.fwp22 068 kB08.01.2024
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.1.0-patch-2.0.17.0-fwd.fwp34 501 kB08.01.2024
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.1.0-patch-2.0.16.0-fwd.fwp34 506 kB08.01.2024
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.1.0-patch-2.0.14.0-fwd.fwp34 799 kB08.01.2024
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf533 kB06.12.2023
MIB table 2.1.1.0 ra2-mib-2.1.1.0.zip29 kB31.10.2023
Zabbix ver. 6 templates 2.1.1.0 ripex2-zabbix-6.0-2.1.1.0.zip5 021 kB12.10.2023
RipEX2 version 2.1.0.0  
User manual RipEX2, RipEX2e ripex2-man-en.pdf27 132 kB28.07.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.0.0-patch-2.0.13.0.fwp26 402 kB27.07.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.0.0-patch-2.0.14.0.fwp24 759 kB27.07.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.0.0-patch-2.0.16.0.fwp24 466 kB27.07.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.0.0-patch-2.0.17.0.fwp24 475 kB27.07.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.0.0-patch-2.0.18.0.fwp7 950 kB27.07.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.1.0.0.fwp33 295 kB27.07.2023
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf515 kB27.07.2023
MIB table 2.1.0.0 ra2-mib-2.1.0.0.zip22 kB21.07.2023
Zabbix ver. 6 templates 2.1.0.0 ripex2-zabbix-v6.0-2.1.0.0.zip5 019 kB20.07.2023
RipEX2 version 2.0.18.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.18.0-patch-2.0.10.0.fwp25 846 kB12.05.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.18.0-patch-2.0.13.0.fwp25 634 kB12.05.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.18.0-patch-2.0.14.0.fwp23 838 kB12.05.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.18.0-patch-2.0.16.0.fwp23 534 kB12.05.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.18.0-patch-2.0.17.0.fwp23 533 kB12.05.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.18.0.fwp32 620 kB12.05.2023
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf495 kB12.05.2023
Datasheet RipEX - A4 - ver.4.1 - En español - México ripex-dsA4-es-mx.pdf2 648 kB30.05.2023
MIB table 2.0.18.0 ra2-mib-2.0.18.0.zip21 kB12.05.2023
Zabbix ver. 6 templates 2.0.18.0 ripex2-zabbix-v6.0-2.0.18.0.zip5 017 kB16.05.2023
RipEX2 version 2.0.16.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.16.0.fwp35 090 kB24.02.2023
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.16.0-patch-2.0.14.0.fwp2 090 kB24.02.2023
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf475 kB22.02.2023
MIB table 2.0.16.0 ra2-mib-2.0.16.0.zip21 kB01.06.2023
Zabbix ver. 6 templates 2.0.16.0 ripex2-zabbix-v6.0-2.0.16.0.zip5 012 kB27.02.2023
RipEX2 version 2.0.14.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.14.0.fwp35 384 kB16.12.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.14.0-patch-2.0.13.0.fwp7 664 kB16.12.2022
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf460 kB21.12.2022
MIB table 2.0.14.0 ra2-mib-2.0.14.0.zip17 kB01.06.2023
Zabbix ver. 6 templates 2.0.14.0 ripex2-zabbix-v6.0-2.0.14.0.zip5 011 kB06.12.2022
RipEX2 version 2.0.13.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.13.0.fwp33 807 kB26.08.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.13.0-patch-2.0.8.0.fwp3 489 kB26.08.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.13.0-patch-2.0.7.0.fwp5 147 kB26.08.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.13.0-patch-2.0.5.0.fwp5 998 kB26.08.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.13.0-patch-2.0.10.0.fwp2 687 kB26.08.2022
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf431 kB19.09.2022
RipEX2 version 2.0.10.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.10.0.fwp33 872 kB03.06.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.10.0-patch-2.0.8.0.fwp2 052 kB03.06.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.10.0-patch-2.0.7.0.fwp4 381 kB03.06.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.10.0-patch-2.0.5.0.fwp5 259 kB03.06.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.10.0-patch-1.4.8.0.fwp14 775 kB03.06.2022
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf409 kB13.06.2022
RipEX2 version 2.0.8.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.8.0.fwp33 388 kB04.03.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.8.0-patch-2.0.7.0.fwp3 619 kB04.03.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.8.0-patch-2.0.5.0.fwp4 563 kB04.03.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.8.0-patch-1.4.8.0.fwp14 076 kB04.03.2022
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.8.0-patch-1.4.6.0.fwp14 416 kB04.03.2022
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf331 kB08.03.2022
MIB table ripex2-mib.zip19 kB09.03.2022
Zabbix ver. 5 templates ripex2-zabbix-v5.0.zip4 471 kB09.03.2022
RipEX2 version 2.0.7.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.7.0.fwp32 548 kB26.11.2021
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.7.0-patch-2.0.5.0.fwp2 191 kB29.11.2021
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.7.0-patch-1.4.8.0.fwp12 527 kB29.11.2021
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.7.0-patch-1.4.6.0.fwp12 808 kB29.11.2021
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf311 kB25.11.2021
MIB table ripex2-mib.zip8 kB29.11.2021
Zabbix ver. 5 templates ripex2-zabbix-v5.0.zip4 448 kB29.11.2021
RipEX2 version 2.0.5.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.5.0.fwp32 074 kB27.08.2021
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.5.0-patch-1.4.8.0.fwp11 708 kB27.08.2021
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.5.0-patch-1.4.6.0.fwp12 072 kB27.08.2021
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf294 kB27.08.2021
RipEX2 version 2.0.3.0  
User manual RipEX2 ripex2-man-en.pdf16 755 kB27.05.2021
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.3.0.fwp29 570 kB28.05.2021
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf269 kB01.06.2021
MIB table ripex2-mib.zip8 kB02.06.2021
RipEX2 version 2.0.1.0  
User manual RipEX2 ripex2-man-en.pdf17 944 kB23.03.2021
Firmware ripex2-fw-2.0.1.0.fwp29 486 kB26.03.2021
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf262 kB26.03.2021
MIB table ripex2-mib.zip6 kB30.03.2021
Zabbix ver. 4 templates ripex2-zabbix-v4.0.zip4 476 kB23.04.2021
RipEX2 version 1.4.8.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-1.4.8.0.fwp45 024 kB10.12.2020
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf248 kB10.12.2020
MIB table ripex2-mib.zip6 kB29.11.2021
Zabbix ver. 5 templates ripex2-zabbix.zip16 kB10.12.2020
Zabbix ver. 4 templates ripex2-zabbix-v4.zip33 kB10.12.2020
RipEX2 version 1.4.6.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-1.4.6.0.fwp49 287 kB23.10.2020
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf81 kB23.10.2020
Zabbix ver. 5 templates ripex2-zabbix.zip12 kB19.10.2020
Zabbix ver. 4 templates ripex2-zabbix_v4.zip14 kB19.10.2020
RipEX2 version 1.4.5.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-1.4.5.0.fwp48 107 kB27.08.2020
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf74 kB28.08.2020
MIB table ripex2-mib.zip5 kB28.08.2020
Zabbix ver. 4 templates ripex2-zabbix.zip13 kB02.09.2020
RipEX2 version 1.4.3.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-1.4.3.0.fwp53 272 kB26.06.2020
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf67 kB25.06.2020
RipEX2 version 1.4.1.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-1.4.1.0.fwp49 121 kB30.04.2020
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf59 kB30.04.2020
RipEX2 version 1.3.6.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-1.3.6.0.fwp40 670 kB26.02.2020
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf51 kB26.02.2020
RipEX2 version 1.3.2.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-1.3.2.0.fwp32 127 kB14.11.2019
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf51 kB15.11.2019
RipEX2 version 1.3.1.0  
Firmware ripex2-fw-1.3.1.0.fwp30 033 kB07.10.2019
Firmware Release notes ripex2-fw-rn-en.pdf28 kB07.10.2019
Accessories
Antennas  
Antenna 135-149 MHz, dipole, 4.5 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-D-135.pdf113 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 142-148 MHz, omni, 2.2 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-C-142.pdf517 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 142-148 MHz, omni, 4.3 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-2C-142.pdf521 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 146-153 MHz, 5 Yagi, 9.5 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-5Y-146.pdf110 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 148-174 MHz, dipole, 4.5 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-D-148.pdf113 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 150-158 MHz, 5 Yagi, 9.5 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-5Y-150.pdf110 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 150-158 MHz, omni, 2.2 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-C-150.pdf517 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 150-158 MHz, omni, 4.3 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-2C-150.pdf521 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 150-174 MHz, double dipole, 6.4 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-2D-150.pdf191 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 155-166 MHz, 5 Yagi, 9.5 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-5Y-155.pdf110 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 157-166 MHz, 5 Yagi, 9.5 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-5Y-157.pdf110 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 158-166 MHz, omni, 2.2 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-C-158.pdf517 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 158-166 MHz, omni, 4.3 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-2C-158.pdf521 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 165-174 MHz, 5 Yagi, 9.5 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-5Y-165.pdf110 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 166-174 MHz, omni, 2.2 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-C-166.pdf517 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 166-174 MHz, omni, 4.3 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-2C-166.pdf521 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 300-315 MHz, omni, 2.2 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-C-300.pdf517 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 300-315 MHz, omni, 4.3 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-2C-300.pdf521 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 300-344 MHz, 10 Yagi, 13 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-10Y-300.pdf167 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 300-344 MHz, 6 Yagi, 10 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-6Y-300.pdf123 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 314-352 MHz, 6 Yagi, 10 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-6Y-314.pdf123 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 320-350 MHz, 2 Yagi, 6.4 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-2Y-320.pdf110 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 336-351 MHz, omni, 2.2 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-C-336.pdf517 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 336-351 MHz, omni, 4.3 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-2C-336.pdf521 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 380-395 MHz, 5 Yagi, 9 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-5Y-380.pdf176 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 380-395 MHz, 6 Yagi, 11 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-6Y-380.pdf123 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 380-400 MHz, omni, 2.2 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-C-380.pdf517 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 380-400 MHz, omni, 4.3 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-2C-380.pdf521 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 380-425 MHz, double dipole, 8 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-2D-380.pdf149 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 380-430 MHz, dipole, 4.2 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-D-380.pdf389 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 400-430 MHz, 2 Yagi, 5.6 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-2Y-400.pdf135 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 400-430 MHz, 6 Yagi, 10 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-6Y-400.pdf111 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 400-430 MHz, omni, 2.2 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-C-400.pdf517 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 400-430 MHz, omni, 4.3 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-2C-400.pdf521 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 400-470 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-D-400.pdf387 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 400-470 MHz, double dipole, 8 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-2D-400.pdf149 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 405-430 MHz, 10 Yagi, 14 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-10Y-400.pdf139 kB18.07.2022
Antenna 440-470 MHz, 2 Yagi, 5.6 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-2Y-440.pdf135 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 440-470 MHz, 6 Yagi, 10 dBi, RCD ANT-RCD-6Y-440.pdf111 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 440-470 MHz, omni, 2.2 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-C-440.pdf517 kB19.04.2021
Antenna 440-470 MHz, omni, 4.3 dBi, Vertikala ANT-VER-2C-440.pdf521 kB19.04.2021
Antennas ATT  
Antenna 135-150 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ANT-135-MHz-OV138-1.pdf49 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 135-150 MHz, double dipole, 7.6 dBi ANT-135-MHz-OV138-2.pdf51 kB07.01.2013
Antenna 136-150 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ANT-136-MHz-KA138-3.pdf46 kB11.01.2013
Antenna 137-144 MHz, 3 Yagi, 8 dBi ANT-137-MHz-SA138-3.pdf53 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 137-144 MHz, 5 Yagi, 10 dBi ANT-137-MHz-SA138-5.pdf53 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 137-144 MHz, 5 Yagi, 10 dBi ANT-144-MHz-SA140-3.pdf53 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 144-152 MHz, 5 Yagi, 10 dBi ANT-144-MHz-SA140-5.pdf53 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 146-158 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ANT-146-MHz-KA140-3.pdf46 kB11.01.2013
Antenna 150-174 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ANT-150-MHz-OV160-1.pdf44 kB07.01.2013
Antenna 150-174 MHz, double dipole, 7.6 dBi ANT-150-MHz-OV160-2.pdf51 kB07.01.2013
Antenna 152-162 MHz, 3 Yagi, 8 dBi ANT-152-MHz-SA150-3.pdf53 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 152-162 MHz, 5 Yagi,10 dBi ANT-152-MHz-SA150-5.pdf53 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 152-166 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ANT-152-MHz-KA150-3.pdf46 kB11.01.2013
Antenna 158-174 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ANT-158-MHz-KA160-3.pdf47 kB11.01.2013
Antenna 159-174 MHz, 3 Yagi, 8 dBi ANT-159-MHz-SA160-3.pdf53 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 159-174 MHz, 5 Yagi, 10.1 dBi ANT-159-MHz-SA160-5.pdf55 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 300-330 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ANT-300-MHz-KA300-3.pdf41 kB11.01.2013
Antenna 300-355 MHz, 5 Yagi, 9 dBi ANT-300-MHz-SA300-5.pdf54 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 300-355 MHz, 9 Yagi, 12 dBi ANT-300-MHz-SA300-9.pdf53 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 300-355 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ANT-300-MHz-OV300-1.pdf50 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 300-355 MHz, double dipole, 9.2 dBi ANT-300-MHz-OV300-2.pdf49 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 330-355 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ANT-330-MHz-KA330-3.pdf41 kB11.01.2013
Antenna 350-380 MHz, 5 Yagi, 8.7 dBi ANT-350-MHz-SA350-5.pdf54 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 350-380 MHz, 9 Yagi, 12.5 dBi ANT-350-MHz-SA350-9.pdf53 kB23.05.2012
Antenna 350-380 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ANT-350-MHz-OV350-1.pdf43 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 350-380 MHz, double dipole, 9.5 dBi ANT-350-MHz-OV350-2.pdf45 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 350-380 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ANT-350-MHz-KA350-3.pdf41 kB11.01.2013
Antenna 380-400 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ANT-400-MHz-KA380-3.pdf42 kB21.06.2017
Antenna 380-410 MHz, 5 Yagi, 8.7 dBi ANT-380-MHz-SA380-5.pdf55 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 380-410 MHz, 9 Yagi, 12.5 dBi ANT-380-MHz-SA380-9.pdf54 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 380-410 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ANT-380-MHz-OV380-1.pdf48 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 380-410 MHz, double dipole, 9.5 dBi ANT-380-MHz-OV380-2.pdf50 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 400-432 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ANT-400-MHz-KA400-3R.pdf47 kB11.01.2013
Antenna 400-435 MHz, 5 Yagi, 8.6 dBi ANT-400-MHz-SA400-5R.pdf54 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 400-435 MHz, 9 Yagi, 12.7 dBi ANT-400-MHz-SA400-9R.pdf52 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 400-435 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ANT-400-MHz-OV400-1R.pdf47 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 400-435 MHz, double dipole, 9.5 dBi ANT-400-MHz-OV400-2R.pdf49 kB08.01.2013
Antenna 400-470 MHz, 9 Yagi, 12.74 dBi ANT-400-MHz-SA410-9R.pdf49 kB22.07.2021
Antenna 430-470 MHz, 5 Yagi, 8.7 dBi ANT-430-MHz-SA440-5R.pdf54 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 430-470 MHz, 9 Yagi, 12.5 dBi ANT-430-MHz-SA440-9R.pdf53 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 430-470 MHz, dipole, 4.6 dBi ANT-400-MHz-OV430-1R.pdf48 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 430-470 MHz, double dipole, 7.2 dBi ANT-400-MHz-OV430-2R.pdf50 kB22.05.2012
Antenna 440-470 MHz, omni, 5.1 dBi ANT-440-MHz-KA400-3.pdf41 kB11.01.2013
Powering  
Power supply 85-264VAC/12VDC/75W DIN, Offered until VIII/2021 PWS-AC-DC_12VDC_76W.pdf259 kB22.05.2012
Power supply with back-up 90-260VAC/13.8VDC/150W, Offered until VIII/2020 PWS-AC-DC_13.8VDC_152W.pdf351 kB22.05.2012
USB adapters  
Adapter USB/ETH (RipEX, RipEX2, RAy2, RAy3), Axagon, offered until III/2021 OTH-USB_ETH-XA.pdf325 kB05.12.2018
Press releases
Press release RipEX - CFE tender ripex-pr-cfe-en.pdf233 kB02.11.2012
Press release RipEX - JEPCO tender ripex-pr-jepco-en.pdf200 kB17.09.2014
Press release RipEX - Product launch ripex-pr-launch-en.pdf96 kB20.06.2011

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