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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
SSB RADIO IMPORTANT EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS
READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY The explicit definitions described below apply to this
before attempting to operate the transceiver instruction manual
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUALThis manual WORD DEFINITION
contains important safety and operating instructions for Personal injury fire hazard or electric
RWARNING shock may occur
the ICM700PRO SSB RADIO TELEPHONE
CAUTION Equipment damage may occur
If disregarded inconvenience only No risk
NOTE of personal injury fire or electric shock
PRECAUTIONS
RWARNING NEVER connect the transceiver to an In maritime mobile operation KEEP the transceiver
AC outlet directly This may pose a fire hazard or re and microphone as far away as possible at least 1 m
sult in an electric shock from the magnetic navigation compass to prevent er
roneous indications
RWARNING NEVER mount the transceiver over
head The weight of the transceiver is approximately 8 USE an Icom microphone andor handset only sup
kg but its apparent weight will increase several fold plied or optional Other brands may have different pin
due to wave shocks and vibration The transceiver assignments and may damage the transceiver
must be mounted on a flat hard surface only
AVOID using or placing the transceiver in areas with
NEVER connect a power source of more than 16 V DC temperatures below 20C 4F or above 60C
such as a 24 volt battery This connection will ruin the 140F
transceiver
AVOID connecting the transceiver to a power source
NEVER allow children to play with equipment contain using reverse polarity This connection will not only
ing a radio transmitter blow fuses but may also damage the NEVER expose the transceiver to rain snow or any
AVOID placing the transceiver in excessively dusty en
liquids vironments or in direct sunlight
NEVER install the ICM700PRO into a AVOID placing the transceiver against walls or putting
ship Such a connection might blow fuses and is not anything on top of the transceiver This will obstruct
usable heat DO NOT use chemical agents such as benzene or al
cohol when cleaning as they can damage the trans
ceivers CASE OF EMERGENCY for maritime operation
If your vessel requires assistance contact other ves
sels and the Coast Guard by sending a distress call on
2182 kHz
Push 2182kHz to select the emergency fre 1 MAYDAY MAYDAY MAYDAY
quency
2 THIS IS name of vessel
Push ALARM and TX FREQ for 1 sec to trans
mit a 2tone alarm signal for at least 30 sec 3 LOCATED AT vessels position
The transceiver automatically stops the alarm after 50
4 Give the reason for the distress call
5 Explain what assistance you need
Push ALARM to turn the alarm transmission off
then push and hold the PTT switch on the micro 6 Give additional information
phone and send the following information Vessel type
Vessel length
Vessel color
Number of people following versions are available for Version Description
2182 kHz 2tone alarm is builtin
Marine FSKCW narrow filter is optional
All SSBFSK channels available
2182 kHz 2tone alarm is No transmit frequency programming
allowed
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT ii 5 SET MODE 1114
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS ii I Set mode operation 11
PRECAUTIONS ii I Set mode contents 11
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY iii
VERSIONS iii 6 CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATION 1521
TABLE OF CONTENTS iv I Connections on rear panel 15
I Unpacking 15
1 OPERATING RULES AND GUIDELINES 1 I Connector information 16
I Ground connection 18
2 PANEL DESCRIPTION 24 I Power source 18
I Front panel 2 I Antenna 19
I Display 4 D 19
D AT130 19
3 SELECTING A 57
D NonIcom tuner 19
I Memory modeVFO mode 5
I Mounting 20
I Selecting a channel 5
D Mounting location 20
D Scan function 6
D Mounting example 20
I Selecting a frequency 6
D Transceiver dimensions 20
I Resetting the CPU 7
I Installing internal options 21
4 RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT 810 D Opening the case 21
I Basic voice receive and transmit 8 D Installing an optional filter and alarm unit 21
I Functions for transmit 8 I Fuse replacement 21
D Transmit frequency check 8
7 22
I Functions for receive 9
D Squelch function 9 8 AND OPTIONS 23
D Noise blanker 9 I 23
D AGC off function 9 I Options 23
D Clarity control 9
I CW operation 10
I FSK operation 10
OPERATING RULES AND GUIDELINES 1
CALL PROCEDURES LOGS
Calls must be properly identified and time limits must All distress emergency and safety calls must be
be respected recorded in complete detail Log data activity is usu
ally recorded in 24 hour time Universal Time UTC
Give your call sign each time you call another vessel is frequently used
or coast station If you have no call sign identify
your vessel name and the name of the licensee Adjustments repairs channel frequency changes
and authorized modifications affecting electrical op
Give your call sign at the end of each transmission eration of the equipment must be kept in the main
that lasts more than 3 min tenance log entries must be signed by the
authorized licensed technician performing or super
You must break and give your call sign at least once
vising the work
every 15 min during long shiptoshore calls
Keep your unanswered calls short less than 30 sec
Do not repeat a call for 2 min RADIO LICENSES
1 SHIP STATION LICENSE
Unnecessary transmissions are not allowed You must have a current radio station license before
using the transceiver It is unlawful to operate a ship
station which is not licensed
PRIORITIES
Read all rules and regulations pertaining to priorities Inquire through your dealer or the appropriate govern
and keep an uptodate copy handy Safety and dis ment agency for a license appli
tress calls take priority over all others cation This license states the call
sign which is your crafts for radio pur
False or fraudulent distress calls are prohibited and poses
punishable by law
2 OPERATORS LICENSE
A Restricted Operator Permit is the li
PRIVACY cense most often held by small vessel radio operators
Information overheard but not intended for you can when a radio is not required for safety purposes
not be lawfully used in any way
The Restricted Operator Permit must
Indecent or profane language is prohibited be posted or be kept with the operator Only a licensed
radio operator may operate a However nonlicensed individuals may talk over a
transceiver if a licensed operator starts supervises
and ends the call and makes the necessary log en
tries
Keep a copy of the current government rules and reg
ulations handy
2 PANEL I Front panel
8 7 6 5 4 3 2
SSB RADIO TELEPHONE
iM 700PRO
1 2 3
TX FREQ
A LM
RX DUP SIMP
4 5 6
2182KHz
TU N E AGC
RESET TX SQ L N B 7 8 9
D SC SCAN F 1
0 1 2 3 4 A
ALARM TX FREQ CL 0 CHFREQ
FOR ALARM TX
MODE AGC NB SQL SCAN
ALARM T ONLY ENT
GROUP TUNE CHANNEL
VOLUME CLARITY
MICROPHONE
SPEAKER
POWER
DIMMER
q w e r t y u i o 0
q MICROPHONE CONNECTOR p 16 u ANTENNA TUNE SWITCH TUNE p 8
Accepts the supplied microphone or an optional Tunes the connected tuner to the antenna
handset Activates only when an optional antenna tuner such as
Icoms AT130 is connected
NOTE No audio is output via the speaker when the
microphone or handset is not connected NOTE When selecting automatic tuning in set
mode pushing this switch is not necessary to tune
w POWER SWITCH POWER the antenna p 11
Turns power on and off
i CHANNEL SELECTOR CHANNEL p 5
e SPEAKER SWITCH SPEAKER In memory mode selects an operating channel
Turns the builtin speaker on and off within the selected channel group
appears in the display while the speaker is turned A maximum of 50 channels are available in each
off channel group depending on set mode setting pgs
Any external speaker connected to the rear panel is not 13 14
turned off In VFO mode changes the operating frequency
in 01 kHz steps
r DISPLAY INTENSITY SWITCH DIMMER
Frequencies selected in VFO mode are temporary
Turns the display backlighting on and off
o SCAN SWITCH SCAN p 6
t VOLUME CONTROL VOLUME
Push to toggle scan on and off
Adjusts the audio output level
Audio does not come from the speaker when 0 CLARITY CONTROL CLARITY p 9
A microphone is not connected Shifts the receive frequency 150 Hz for clear re
The SQL switch is turned on and no signal is being ception of an off frequency signal
received
y GROUP CHANNEL SELECTOR GROUP
In memory mode selects 1 of 3 channel groups
A B or C p 5
In VFO mode no function
Selects an item in set mode p 11
PANEL DESCRIPTION 2
1 KEYPAD 8 ALARM SWITCH ALARM p iii
CL No function Emits a distress alarm signal from the speaker
Transmits a distress alarm or alarm testing Toggles between memory mode and VFO when pushed together with the TX FREQ
mode p 5 switch
This key may be disabled by your dealer NOTE General versions are not equipped with this
T ONLY No function ALARM switch
ENT No function
0 No function
2 SQUELCH SWITCH SQL p 9
Activates the voice squelch function to reject unde
sired background noise while no signal is being re
ceived
The squelch opens only when the received signal con
tains no voice or FSK NOISE BLANKER SWITCH NB p 9
Turns the noise blanker function on to remove
pulsetype noise such as engine ignition noise
NB appears when the function is turned on
4 AGC OFF SWITCH AGC p 9
Deactivates the AGC function to receive weak sig
nals blocked by strong adjacent signals
appears when the AGC switch is turned on
stands for AGC MODE SWITCH MODE
Selects an operating mode temporarily Available
modes differ with version
USB AM J2B AFSK FSK R3E and CW modes are
available
The temporary mode is cleared and the previous mode
appears when changing a channel
6 TRANSMIT FREQUENCY SWITCH TX FREQ
Displays the transmit frequency and opens the
squelch to check and monitor the transmit fre
quency
7 2182 kHz SELECTION SWITCH
2182kHz RESET p iii
Selects channel 0 2182 kHz distress call fre
quency
The channel selector does not function when select
ing channel 0
Ignores external control and gives the front panel
control priority when an external controller
NMEA format is connected
These keys function in some versions See the separate
KEYPAD OPERATION and CHANNEL LIST instruction
sheet for operating details
2 PANEL I Display
4 3 2 1
q ALM
w RX DUP SIMP
e TUNE AGC 0
r TX SQ L N B o
SCAN
t y u i
q ALARM INDICATOR p iii i SCAN INDICATOR p 6
Appears when the alarm function is activated such Appears when the scan function is in use
as for an alarm test or distress alarm transmission The scan function is not available on some versions
Not available in General version Pushing SCAN starts and stops scan
w RECEIVE INDICATOR o NOISE BLANKER INDICATOR p 9
Appears while receiving and when the squelch is Appears when the NB switch is turned on
open
0 AGC OFF INDICATOR p 9
e TUNE INDICATOR p 8 Appears when the AGC switch is pushed to indi
Flashes while the connected antenna tuner such as cate the AGC function is deactivated
Icoms AT130 is being tuned
Tuning starts when transmitting on a new frequency or 1 MODE READOUT
pushing the TUNE switch Shows the selected operating mode type of emis
sion
r TRANSMIT INDICATOR
Appears when transmitting 2 SPEAKER OFF INDICATOR
Appears when the SPEAKER switch is pushed to
t SRF METER indicate the front panel speaker is deactivated
Shows the relative received signal strength while
receiving 3 FREQUENCY READOUT
Shows output power while transmitting Shows the selected frequency whether in mem
ory mode or VFO mode p 5
y CHANNELVFO INDICATOR p 5 Shows the transmit frequency for duplex chan
Shows the selected group and channel in mem nels when transmitting or when pushing TX
ory mode FREQ p 8
FREQ appears in VFO mode
4 INDICATORS
u SQUELCH INDICATOR p 9 These appear to show whether the selected chan
Appears when the squelch is on nel is simplex or duplex
In VFO mode only simplex channels are available
No indicator means that there is no transmit frequency
SELECTING A 3
I Memory modeVFO mode
The transceiver has 2 operating modes memory mode
and VFO mode Memory mode is used to select marine channels in one of the 3 VFO mode is used to select preprogrammed CHFREQ to toggle between
memory and VFO
modes CHFREQ
FREQ appears when in VFO mode SQL
In VFO mode only simplex operation is possible
Memory mode
CHFREQ SIMP
VFO mode
I Selecting a channel
The transceiver has 150 channels divided into 3
groups of 50 max channels However the number of
SQL in each group can be restricted in set mode GROUP
pgs 13 14 depending on your needs Group A
NOTE When channel 0 andor 2182 kHz is se
lected with the 2182KHz switch channel selection DUP
is NOT possible In such cases push 2182KHz in
advance Group B to select a
Push CHFREQ to select memory mode if neces channel group
sary SIMP
Rotate the GROUP selector to select the desired SQL
channel group then rotate the CHANNEL selector
Group C
to select the desired channel
SQL Rotate
CHANNEL
Group B channel 1
Group B channel 2 to select a
channel within
DUP a group
Group B channel 50
3 SELECTING A CHANNEL
D Scan function
The scan function allows you to automatically search
channels within a group for signals There are 2 scan
types selectable in set mode as follows
Channel scan Scan operation
Rotate the GROUP selector to select the group
you wish to scan
ch 2 ch 3
Push SQL to close the squelch if necessary
scan is SQL appears
ch 1 ch 4
cancelled Push SCAN to start scanning
when SCAN appears
transmitting
Push SCAN again to stop scanning
ch 50 ch 5 SCAN Channel resume scan
ch 2 ch 3
scan pauses
for 10 sec after
ch 1 ch 4
the squelch
opens
then resumes
ch 50 ch 5
I Selecting a frequency
The transceiver has 05 to 300 MHz general coverage
receive capability with 100 Hz resolution Use VFO
mode to select frequencies around the prepro
grammed channels in memory mode
NOTE Frequencies selected in VFO mode are for
temporary use and are not stored in memory
While in memory mode rotate the GROUP and Rotate
CHANNEL selectors to select the channel nearest SIMP
CHANNEL
the frequency you want SQL
Push CHFREQ to select VFO mode 16 MHz selected
FREQ appears
Rotate the CHANNEL selector to select the de
SIMP
sired frequency SQL
Frequency changes in 100 Hz steps to select a
16001 MHz selected frequency in
01 kHz steps
SELECTING A CHANNEL 3
I Resetting the CPU
Under some circumstances the transceiver s internal
CPU may cause erroneous indications on the display
If this happens reset the CPU as pushing ENT 0 push POWER to turn Group A channel 1 is
power on SIMP
selected after resetting
The CPU is reset and the display at right appears the CPU
CAUTION Resetting the CPU returns set mode
contents to their default values
4 RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT
I Basic voice receive and transmit Select the desired channel to be received with the
GROUP and CHANNEL selectors
Check the following in advance When receiving a signal the Smeter shows the signal
Microphone is connected strength
SPEAKER switch is turned off Adjust VOLUME to the desired audio level when
SQL switch is turned off receiving a signal
CLARITY control is set to the center position Push MODE to select the desired operating mode
Memory mode is selected if the received signal is in a different mode
Push CHFREQ to select memory mode if neces Push TUNE to tune the antenna tuner if con
sary nected
This operation is not necessary when automatic tuning
is selected in set mode p 11
To transmit on the channel push and hold the PTT
switch on the microphone
TUNE flashes for 1 to 2 sec for the first transmission
on a channel when an antenna tuner is connected
After the flashing stops speak into the microphone
microphone SQL at your normal voice level
connector The RF meter shows the output power according to your
voice level
SPEAKER CLARITY Release the PTT switch to return to receive
I Functions for transmit
D Transmit frequency check
When DUP appears on the display such as for a Push and hold TX FREQ to monitor the transmit fre
shiptoshore channel the transmit frequency differs quency
from the receive frequency
TX FREQ
In such cases the transmit frequency should be mon
itored before transmitting to prevent interference to
other stations
The display shows the transmit RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT 4
I Functions for receive
D Squelch function
The squelch function detects signals with voice com Push SQL to toggle the function on and off
ponents and squelches mutes unwanted signals
such as unmodulated beat signals This provides DUP
quiet standby SQL
When you need to receive weak signals the squelch SQL appears when the squelch function is turned on
should be turned off
D Noise blanker
The noise blanker function reduces pulse type noise Push NB to toggle the function on and off
such as that coming from engine ignitions
RX DUP
The noise blanker may distort reception of strong sig NB
nals In such cases the noise blanker should be
turned off NB appears when the noise blanker function is turned
D AGC off function
The receiver gain is automatically adjusted according Push AGC to toggle the function on and off
to received signal strength with the AGC Control function to prevent distortion from RX DUP
strong signals and to obtain a constant output level
When receiving weak signals with adjacent strong appears when the AGC function is or noise the AGC function may reduce In this situation
the AGC function should
be Clarity control
Voice signals received from other stations may be dif Adjust CLARITY to improve the audio to receive This may sometimes happen if a sta
tion is transmitting slightly off frequency In such
cases compensate the receive frequency only using
the CLARITY control
4 RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT
I CW operation
The transceiver has the following CW keying features CW key connection
selectable in set mode as described on page 12
Full breakin receiving is possible while Delay keying automatic transmission with keying
Off manual transmission is necessary before keying
Connect a CW keyer or an external electronic
keyer to the ACC1 socket as shown at right
Select the desired channel to operate CW mode
When the selected channel is not in CW mode CW key
push MODE one or more times to select CW
pin 2
Operate the CW keyer to transmit a CW signal 4 2 5
NOTE 1
6 7 pin 1
CW mode is not available in some versions
CW narrow can be selected in set mode p 12
when an optional filter is installed ACC1 socket
I FSK operation
The transceiver has FSK and J2B modes for FSK op FSK terminal unit connection
erationuse FSK when using the builtin oscillator
use J2B when using an AFSK terminal unit
Connect an FSK terminal unit as shown at right
Select the desired channel
FSK channels are available depending on version
Push MODE one or more times to select the type
of emission FSK or J2B pin 4
Operate the FSK terminal unit FSK keying
NOTE pins 2 5
AF input
FSK shift frequency and FSK polarity can be 4 2 5
adjusted in set mode p 12 1 3 TxRx control
8 pin 3
Some transceivers my operate 17 kHz higher 6 7
than the ICM700PROs J2B mode even when Ground
the same displayed frequencies are in use ACC1 socket
FSK terminal unit
SET MODE 5
I Set mode operation
Set mode operation is used for programming changed values or conditions of functions
NOTE Some of the set mode items described in
this section are not available on some transceiver
versions
Push POWER to turn power off if necessary POWER 1 ENT
While pushing ENT 1 push POWER to turn
power on and enter set mode
Rotate the GROUP selector to select the desired Condition
item
Item
Rotate the CHANNEL selector to set the values or
conditions for the selected item
Turn power off and on again to exit set mode
I Set mode contents
1 Connected antenna tuner
The transceiver has several tuner control systems for AT130
use with an optional Icom antenna tuner Select the default
condition depending on the connected antenna tuner
NOTE Internal switch selection may be required AT120
when using a nonIcom tuner p 19
2 Automatic tuning condition
When the optional AT130 automatic antenna tuner is Tuning starts when pushing
connected tuning can be started automatically with PTT on a new frequency
out the TUNE switch for instant operation
If manual tuning is required this automatic operation Tuning starts only when
can be deactivated TUNE is pushed
default
3 Scan type selection
This item sets scan to function as channel scan or Channel scan
channel resume scan Scan is canceled when
Both channel scan and channel resume scan search
around a user selected channel or search in the band Channel resume scan
when a channel is selected Scan pauses when squelch
opens then resumes after
10 sec
5 SET MODE
4 Scan speed
Selects scan speed as follows Fastest scan speed
default
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
unit secch Slowest scan speed
Faster Slower
5 CWFSK narrow filter
This item selects the passband width for CW A1A Passband
FSK or J2B mode 23 kHz6 dB
default
NOTE When on is selected without optional fil
ter installation the transceiver does not function in Passband
these modes 500 Hz6 dB
6 FSK shift frequency
Several shift frequencies the difference between the Shift frequency
170 Hz
mark and space frequency are used for FSK opera
default
tion This item allows you to select a shift frequency
for almost any FSK system Shift frequency
425 Hz
Shift frequency
850 Hz
7 FSK polarity
Normal and reverse polarities are available for FSK FSK normal
operation This item allows you to select one of these default
polarities
FKREV off normal FSK reverse
key open mark key close space
FKREV on reverse
key open space key close mark
8 CW breakin
The CW breakin function in A1A mode toggles Full breakin
Automatic keying without
transmit and receive with CW keying Full breakin al
delay time default
lows you to receive signals between transmitted key
ing pulses during CW transmission Semi breakin Semi breakin
allows you to mute receiving until keying stops with Automatic keying with delay
some delay time time
Manual transmission
necessary for SET MODE 5
9 LCD contrast
The LCD contrast can be adjusted through 10 levels Lowest contrast
to suit transceiver mounting angle location and am
bient lighting
default 7
Highest ID number setting for remote control
When connecting an external controller such as a NMEA ID 1
personal computer 2digit ID codes are required to
access the transceiver The ICM700PRO format and uses a proprietary sentence default 2
for remote control
NMEA ID 99
11 Remote control input control signals can be input via the RE REMOTE socket
MOTE socket or CLONE jack default
CLONE jack
12 Display you to select 1 of 4 intensity levels for the dis Dimmest
play backlighting Group A channel inhibit
This item allow you to set the number of usable chan Minimum number of
channels set for
nels in channel group A up to a maximum of 50
Group A Maximum number of
channels set for
Group A 50 13
5 SET MODE
14 Group B channel inhibit
This item allow you to set the number of usable chan Minimum number of
nels in channel group B up to a maximum of 50 channels set for
Group B 1
channels
Maximum number of
channels set for
Group B 50 default
15 Group C channel inhibit
This item allow you to set the number of usable chan Minimum number of
nels in channel group C up to a maximum of 50 channels set for
Group C 1
channels
Maximum number of
channels set for
Group C 50 CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATION
6
I Connections on rear panel
e o
r t y
External
speaker
Optional AT130
12 V battery
q ANTENNA CONNECTOR p 19 u TUNER RECEPTACLE
Connects a 50 HF band antenna with a 50 Connects a control cable to an optional AT130 AN
matched coaxial cable and a PL259 plug TENNA TUNER A female connector is supplied for
connection
w GROUND TERMINAL
IMPORTANT Connects a ships or vehicles i DC POWER RECEPTACLE
ground See p 18 for details Connects to a regulated 1216 V DC power source
such as a 12 V battery or DC power supply using
e ACC1 and ACC2 SOCKETS the supplied DC power cable
See p 16 for details
R CAUTION DO NOT connect to a 24 V battery
r CLONE JACK This will damage the transceiver
For Dealer use only
o FUSE HOLDERS
t REMOTE SOCKET p 17 Hold two 30 A fuses for ve and ve terminals Re
REMOTE socket for Marine and General versions place both fuses when one fuse is blown
y EXTERNAL SPEAKER JACK
Connects a 416 external speaker using a 14
monaural plug This external audio is not muted by
the SPEAKER switch on the front panel
I Unpacking
Microphone EM101 1 NUTS AND BOLTS
Microphone hanger 1 Allen bolt M6 50 4
DC power cable OPC568 1 Selftapping screws M6 30 4
Mounting bracket 1 Nuts M6 use 2 pcs for each bolt 8
Bracket knobs 8820000170 4 Flat washers M6 8
Spring washers M6 4
CONNECTORS Selftapping screws
DIN connector 8pin for ACC1 1 35 30 for mic hanger 2
DIN connector 7pin for ACC2 1
Speaker plug 5610000040 1 FUSES
Tuner connector 56100000150 1 FGB 30 A rear panel 2
Pins for tuner connector 6510019030 4 FGB 5 A internal 2
6 CONNECTIONS AND I Connector information
ACC1 PIN PIN NAME DESCRIPTION 1 CWK
CW and FSK keying input Input level Less than 06 V for transmit
2 GND Connects to ground Connected in parallel with ACC2 pin 2
Inputoutput pin Ground level 05 to 08 V
3 SEND Goes to ground when transmitting Input current Less than 20 mA
When grounded transmits Connected in parallel with ACC2 pin 3
4 5 Modulator input Input impedance 10 k
4 MOD
1 3 Usable when pin 3 is grounded Input level Approx 100 mV rms
6 7
AF detector output Output impedance 47 k
5 AF
Fixed regardless of AF position Output level 100300 mV rms
6 NC No connection
Output current Max 1 A
7 136 V 136 V output when power is on
Connected in parallel with ACC2 pin 7
Control voltage 3 to 0 V
8 ALC ALC voltage input Input impedance More than 10 k
Connected in parallel with ACC2 pin 5
ACC2 PIN PIN NAME DESCRIPTION
Output voltage 8 V 03 V
1 8V Regulated 8 V output
Output current Less than 10 mA
2 GND Same as ACC1 pin 2
4 5
3 SEND Same as ACC1 pin 3
1 3
4 NC No connection
6 7
5 ALC Same as ACC1 pin 8
6 RLC TR relay control output When transmitting 0 V less than 05 A
7 136 V Same as ACC1 pin 7
MICROPHONE PIN PIN NAME DESCRIPTION
Audio input from the microphone
1 MIC Input impedance 600
element
2 NC No connection
AF output controlled with VOLUME
2 1 3 AF1 Output impedance 4
Connected to pin 4 in the microphone
3 AF input
8 6 4 AF2
4 5
Connected to pin 3 in the microphone
5 PTT PTT switch input When grounded transmits
6 GND Connected to ground
7 MIC Coaxial ground for MIC
8 AF Coaxial ground for AF1 and AF2
TUNER PIN PIN NAME DESCRIPTION 1
KEY Key signal input 0508 V during tuning
1 2
2 START Start signal output Pulled up 8 V 0 V100 msec as start signal
3 136V 136 V output Max current 2 A
E ve terminal For USA version
3 4 4
ANTC Antenna current input Input level Approx 2 Vrms Europe
CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATION 6
REMOTE PIN PIN NAME DESCRIPTION
Modulation input from an external Input impedance 600
1 MOD
terminal unit Input level Approx 13 mV rms
2 MOD Coaxial ground for MOD
AF detector output for an external Output impedance 600
3 AF
6 9 terminal unit Output level 02525 V rms
4 AF Coaxial ground for AF
1 5 5 NMI NMEA data input NMEA standard formatlevel
6 NMI Coaxial ground for NMI
7 NMO NMEA data output NMEA standard formatlevel
8 NMO Coaxial ground for NMO
9 GND Ground for digital equipment
DC 136V PIN PIN NAME DESCRIPTION 1 2 3
147 ve ve DC input Max power consumption 30 A
4 6
ve ve DC input
7 8 9 8
6 CONNECTIONS AND I Ground connection
The transceiver and antenna tuner MUST have an Good ground points
adequate ground connection Otherwise the overall Ships ground terminal
efficiency of the transceiver and antenna tuner instal External ground plate
lation will be reduced Electrolysis electrical shocks External copper screen
and interference from other equipment could also
occur Acceptable ground points
Stainless steel tuna tower
For best results use the heaviest gauge wire or strap Stainless steel stanchion
available and make the connection as short as possi Through mast
ble Ground the transceiver and antenna tuner to one Through hull
ground point otherwise voltage differences between Metal water tank
2 ground points may cause Undesirable ground points
R CAUTION The ICM700PRO has a negative these points may cause ground NEVER connect the ICM700PRO to a Engine
block
ship otherwise the transceiver Keel bolt
will not function
Unusable ground points
these connections may cause an explosion or elec
trical shock
Ground system example Gas or electrical pipe
Fuel tank
Oilcatch pan
Transceiver
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Optional AT130
yyyyyy
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Copper pipe Metal object
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Copper screen
I Power source
The transceiver requires regulated DC power of 136 DC power cable connection
V and at least 30 A There are 3 ways to supply
NOTE Use terminals
power
for the cable connection
Direct connection to a 12 V battery in your ship
through the supplied DC power cable Crimp
Use the PS60 DC POWER SUPPLY to connect to an red
black
AC outlet
Use the PS66 DCDC CONVERTER to connect to a
1932 V DC power source
R CAUTION The supplied DC power cable MUST 12 V Solder
be used to provide power to the transceiver battery
AVOID exceeding the 3 m 10 ft length of the DC Supplied
power cable If it is necessary to make a run of DC power cable
over 3 m use 6 or similar weight cable instead of
the supplied DC power cable for a maximum run
of 6 m 20 ft
CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATION 6
I Antenna
Most stations operate with a whip or long wire insu With a 50 matched antenna all marine bands can
lated backstay antenna However these antennas not be used The following antenna matcher or an
cannot be connected directly to the transceiver since tenna tuner may be helpful for antenna impedance may not be matched with the
trans
ceiver antenna connector
D ANTENNA MATCHERS
Antenna wire
D AT130 AUTOMATIC ANTENNA TUNER
To antenna element
AT130
ICM700PRO
START
KEY START
136 E
Control cable sold separately
Coaxial cable An optional OPC566 is available
D NonIcom tuner
Some nonIcom tuners may be used with the IC
M700PRO Please consult your dealer or marina if
you wish to connect one The following internal set
tings may be required for connection
Supplies 8 V when push Grounded when pushing TUNE
ing TUNE used for S9
Start port level
Accepts LOW as an an Accepts HIGH as an answer back signal
swer back signal used for S11
Key port input
6 CONNECTIONS AND I Mounting
R WARNING NEVER mount the transceiver over D Mounting location
head The weight of the transceiver is approximately Select a location that provides easy access to the front
8 kg but its apparent weight will increase several panel for navigation safety has good ventilation and is
fold due to wave shocks or vibration The trans not subject to sea spray The face of the transceiver
ceiver must be mounted on a flat hard surface should be at 90 degrees to your line of sight when op
erating it
RCAUTION KEEP the transceiver and microphone at
least 1 meter away from your vessels magnetic nav
igation compass
Check the installation angle the display may not be
easy to read at some angles
D Mounting example
Spring washer
Flat
washers
Nuts
Use two nuts to
prevent D Transceiver dimensions
350 1325 32
319 12 9 16
3125 125 16
290 117 16 280 11
29 32
115 41 2
143 55 8
152 6
67 25 8
11 16
935 3
100 315 16
Unit mm inchs 170 611 16
CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATION 6
I Installing internal options
D Opening the case
Follow the case and cover opening procedures
Front sealing
shown here when you want to install an option or ad
just a setting for nonIcom tuner control Rear sealing
Remove the 9 screws from the rear panel then re
move the rear frame and rear sealing
Remove the transceiver case
When reassembling the transceiver check the fol
lowing points
Internal fan and slits in the case are on the same
side
Front sealing is mated correctly
Rear sealing is attached in the proper orienta
Rear frame
tion
Screws are tightened Installing an optional filter and alarm unit
After opening the case as shown above install the
desired option to the position as at right These op
tions are available or already builtin for the Version Marine General
FL100 optional optional
CWFSK NARROW FILTER
Space for UT95
UT95 builtin optional
2TONE ALARM UNIT
After installing the 2tone alarm unit into a remove the plastic cover on the to use the switch
Space for the FL100
Plug in here Right or
left orientation is okay
I Fuse transceiver has 3 fuses to protect internal cir
cuitry 2 fuses for the fuse holder on the rear panel
and 1 for inside If the transceiver stops the fuses below
30 A
7 What appears to be equipment malfunction may not be
damaging or difficult to solve Check the following chart
before making any adjustments or sending the trans
ceiver to an Icom Service Center
PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION REF
POWER
Power does not come on Power cable is improperly connected Reconnect the cable securely p 18
when POWER is Blown fuse Check for cause then replace the fuse p 21
pushed with a spare one
No sound comes from the The SPEAKER switch is turned on Turn off the SPEAKER switch p 2
speaker Microphone is not connected Connect the microphone to the p 2
MICROPHONE connector
The squelch is closed Push the SQL switch to turn the p 9
squelch off
Sensitivity is too low and Antenna is not properly matched to the Push TUNE to tune the connected pgs
only strong signals are operating frequency antenna tuner or select automatic 2 11
audible tuning using set mode when an
RECEIVE
optional AT130 is connected
Wrong tuner condition is selected in set Set the proper condition for the p 11
mode connected tuner
Received audio is unclear Wrong type of emission is selected Push MODE to select the proper p 3
or distorted operating mode
AGC is deactivated while receiving a Push AGC to activate the AGC p 9
strong signal function
Noise blanker is turned on when Push NB to turn the noise blanker off p 9
receiving a strong signal
The CLARITY control is rotated too Adjust the CLARITY control to receive p 9
far clockwise or proper audio output
Your signal does not Antenna tuner is improperly matched to Push TUNE to tune the connected pgs
reach as far away as the operating frequency when manual antenna tuner or select automatic 2 11
usual tuning is selected tuning using set mode
CW or FSK mode is selected for voice Push MODE to select USB mode or p 3
TRANSMIT
transmission AM R3E etc
Transmit signal is unclear Wrong type of emission is selected Push MODE to select the proper p 3
or distorted operating mode
Microphone is too close to your mouth Speak into the microphone naturally
and do not hold the microphone too
close to your mouth
DISPLAY
All indicators appear and The highest contrast is selected in set Set to the proper display contrast p 13
the channel number mode
cannot be AND OPTIONS 8
I TRANSMITTER
Output power 150 W PEP 60 W above 24 MHz
GENERAL Spurious emissions 75 dB typical
Frequency coverage Carrier suppression 65 dB typical
Receive 500 kHz29999 MHz Unwanted sideband suppression 70 dB typical
Transmit 16 29999 MHz 40 49999 MHz Microphone impedance 600
60 69999 MHz 80 89999 MHz
120 139999 MHz 160 179999 MHz
180 199999 MHz 220 229999 MHz RECEIVER
250 275000 MHz Sensitivity
Mode USB AM CW FSK and AFSK USB CW AFSK FSK for 12 dB SINAD
available modes differ with version 035 V typical 18299999 MHz
Number of channels 150 channels max3 groups of 50 10 V 1617999 MHz
63 V 0515999 MHz
channels each
AM for 10 dB SN
Antenna impedance 50 nominal
22 V typical 18299999 MHz
Usable temp range 30C to 60C 22F to 140F
63 V 1617999 MHz
Frequency stability 10 Hz 30C to 60C 22F to 140F
32 V 0515999 MHz
20 Hz above 15 MHz for General and
Spurious response rejection 80 dB typical 16299999 MHz
Marine versions
Audio output power 50 W at 10 distortion with a 4 load
Power supply requirement 136 V DC15
Audio impedance 4 to 8
negative and floating grounds
Clarity variable range 150 Hz
available depending on version
Current drain
Transmit max output power 30 A
Receive max audio output 25 A negative ground
Dimensions mm
Weight 79 kg 174 lb negative ground
All stated are subject to change without notice
or Options
AT130 AUTOMATIC MN100 MN100L HS50 HANDSET
ANTENNA TUNER ANTENNA MATCHER ANTENNA the transceiver to a Matches the transceiver to a Matches the
transceiver to a Provides better audio recep
long wire antenna with a mini dipole antenna Covers all HF long wire antenna Covers all tion during offshore of insertion loss bands
from 15 to 30 MHz HF bands from 15 to 30 MHz and comes in handy for listen
8 m 2 antenna wires come 15 m 1 antenna wire comes ing privacy on board
attached attached
PS60 DC POWER SUP PS66 DCDC CON FL100 UT95 2TONE ALARM UNIT
PLY VERTER CWFSK NARROW 136 V DC 30 A Provides 136 V DC 30 A Allows better receiver selectiv
Provides an alarm from an AC outlet output from a 1932 V DC ity for CW and FSK sion for emergency use during
power source Bandwidth 500 Hz6 dB maritime operation
Count on in 1997 by Icom Inc 1132 Kamiminami Hiranoku Osaka 5470003 Japan

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