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diff --git a/package/igh-ethercat/igh-ethercat.mk b/package/igh-ethercat/igh-ethercat.mk
index b1cbc90cb9..42f945c8a0 100644
--- a/package/igh-ethercat/igh-ethercat.mk
+++ b/package/igh-ethercat/igh-ethercat.mk
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
#
################################################################################
-IGH_ETHERCAT_VERSION = 1.5.1
+IGH_ETHERCAT_VERSION = 1.5.2
IGH_ETHERCAT_SITE = http://etherlab.org/download/ethercat
IGH_ETHERCAT_SOURCE = ethercat-$(IGH_ETHERCAT_VERSION).tar.bz2
IGH_ETHERCAT_LICENSE = GPLv2 (IgH EtherCAT master), LGPLv2.1 (libraries)