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INSTRUCTION MANUAL VHF MARINE TRANSCEIVER iC m1 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference IMPORTANT READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS carefully and completely SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL This in before using the transceiver struction manual contains important operating instructions for the ICM1 CAUTIONS RWARNING NEVER hold the transceiver so that KEEP the transceiver at least 33 ft 1 m away from the the antenna is very close to or touching exposed parts of the ships navigation compass body especially the face or eyes while transmitting The transceiver will perform best if the microphone is 2 to 4 in DO NOT use or place the transceiver in areas with temper 5 to 10 cm away from the lips and the transceiver is verti atures below 4F 20C or above 140F 60C or in cal areas subject to direct sunlight such as the dashboard MAKE SURE the flexible antenna and battery pack are se AVOID the use of chemical agents such as benzine or al curely attached to the transceiver and that the antenna and cohol when cleaning as they may damage the transceiver battery pack are dry before attachment Exposing the inside surfaces of the transceiver to water will result in serious damage to the transceiver BE CAREFUL The transceiver rear panel will become hot when operating continuously for long periods NEVER allow children to touch the transceiver After exposure to saltwater clean the transceiver thoroughly NEVER charge battery packs except in the methods de with fresh water to avoid corrosion scribed in this manualiTABLE OF i 4 SCAN OPERATION 1112CAUTIONS i s Scan types 11TABLE OF CONTENTS ii s Setting tag channels 121 PANEL DESCRIPTION 13 s Starting a scan 12 s Front panel 1 5 SET MODE 1314 s Top and side panels 2 s SET mode programming 13 s Function display 3 s SET mode items 132 BASIC OPERATION 49 6 BATTERY CHARGING 1516 s Operating rules 4 s Battery cautions 15 s Channel selection 5 s Battery charging 15 s Lock function 6 s Adjusting the squelch level 6 7 UNPACKING AND ACCESSORY ATTACHMENT 17 s Receiving and transmitting 7 8 18 s Optional voice scrambler operation 8 s Call channel programming 9 9 CHANNEL LIST 19 s Automatic backlighting 9 10 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS 203 10 s Specifications 20 s Description 10 s Options 20 s Operation 10 ii 1 PANEL DESCRIPTION s Front panel SWITCH DWTRI p 10 Starts dualwatch when pushed momentarily Starts triwatch when pushed for 1 sec Stops when either is ac FUNCTION DISPLAY p 3 tivated SCAN SWITCH SCNSCRM CHANNEL 16 SWITCH 169 Starts and stops normal or priority scan Selects channel 16 when pushed p 5 when tag channels are programmed p 12 Selects the call channel when pushed for Activates an optional voice scrambler func 1 sec p 5 tion when pushed for 1 sec p 8 Enters call channel write mode when the call channel is selected and this switch is TAG SWITCH TAGALL CLR pushed for 3 sec p 9 Sets the displayed channel as a tag scanned channel when pushed p 12 CHANNELWEATHER CHANNEL Clears all tag channels in the selected regu SWITCH CHWXUIC lar channel when pushed for 3 sec p 12 Selects and toggles the regular channels and weather channel when pushed mo TRANSMIT POWERLOCK SWITCH mentarily pgs 5 6 HLLOCK Selects one of 3 regular channels in se Toggles high power and low power 1 W quence when pushed for 1 sec p 5 when pushed p 7 International USA and Canadian channels are available for regular channels While pushing SQL push this key to select extra low power 150 mW p 7 Toggles the lock function ON and OFF when pushed for 1 sec p 61 PANEL DESCRIPTION 1s Top and side SWITCH SQL ANTENNA CONNECTOR p 17 Opens the squelch and monitors the op Connects the supplied antenna erating channel while being pushed Sets the squelch level with the channel VOLUME CONTROL OFFVOL selector p 6 Turns power ON and adjusts the audio level p 7PTT SWITCH PTTPush and hold to transmit release to re CHANNEL SELECTOR CHceive p 7 Sets an operating channel during normal operation pgs 5 6BATTERY PACK RELEASE BUTTON Sets a squelch threshold level whileTo remove the battery pack pushing SQL p 6Push and hold the battery release button Checks tag channels or changes scandownwards then open the battery pack as ning direction during scan p 12shown below Selects the set mode contents in SET mode pgs 13 14 Selects the optional scrambler code when SCNSCRM is pushed and held p 8To attach the battery packMate the notched ends of the transceiverand the battery pack and click the batterypack into place 2 1 PANEL DESCRIPTION s Function display LOW BATTERY INDICATOR p 15 Blinks when the battery voltage drops to LOW POWER INDICATOR p 7 approx 6 V or below The attached battery Appears when low power is selected pack requires charging in this case Blinks when extra low power is selected WEATHER ALERT INDICATOR p 14 CALL CHANNEL INDICATOR p 5 Appears while the weather alert function is Appears when a call channel is selected activated blinks when alert tone is received BUSY INDICATOR p 7 LOCK INDICATOR p 6 Appears when receiving a signal or when Appears while the lock function is activated the squelch opens SCAN INDICATOR pgs 12 14 Blinks while scanning appears when the TRANSMIT INDICATOR p 7 auto scan function is in standby Appears while transmitting TX BUSY CALL LOW BATT INDICATORS TAG CHANNEL INDICATOR p 12 TAG ALT SCAN DUAL appears during dualwatch TRI ap Appears when a tag channel is selected DUAL TRI WX DUP SCRM pears during triwatch p 10 USA CHANNEL INDICATORS pgs 5 6 INT CAN SCRAMBLER INDICATOR p 8 Indicate whether a USA international Appears when the optional voice scrambler Canadian or weather channel is selected is activated CHANNEL NUMBER READOUT DUPLEX INDICATOR Indicates the selected operating channel Appears when a duplex channel is selected number pgs 5 6 In SET mode indicates the selected con SCRAMBLE CODE READOUT p 8 dition pgs 13 14 Shows the scrambler code while setting3 BASIC OPERATION 2s Operating rules PRIORITIES Inquire through your dealer or the appropriate government1 Read all rules and regulations pertaining to priorities and agency for a license application This keep an uptodate copy handy Safety and distress calls license states the call sign which is your take priority over all others crafts identification for radio purposes2 You must monitor channel 16 when you are not operating on another channel 2 OPERATORS LICENSE A Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit is the license3 False or fraudulent distress signals are prohibited and pun most often held by small vessel radio operators when a radio ishable by law is not required for safety purposes The Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit must be PRIVACY posted or kept with the operator Only a licensed radio opera1 Information overheard but not intended for you cannot law tor may operate a transceiver fully be used in any way However nonlicensed individuals may talk over a transceiver2 Indecent or profane language is prohibited if a licensed operator starts supervises ends the call and makes the necessary log entries Keep a copy of the current government rules and regulations RADIO LICENSES handy1 SHIP STATION LICENSEYou must have a current radio station license before using thetransceiver It is unlawful to operate a ship station which is notlicensed 4 2 BASIC OPERATION s Channel selection D USA Canadian and international channels There are 61 USA 57 Canadian and 57 international chan D Channel 16 nels These channel groups may be specified for the operat Channel 16 is the distress channel It is used for establishing ing area initial contact with another station and for emergency com munications Channel 16 is monitored during dualwatch 1 Push CHWX to select a regular channel triwatch While standing by you are required to monitor chan If a weather channel appears push CHWX again nel 16 2 Rotate the channel selector to select a channel 9 DUP appears for duplex channels Push 16 3 To change the channel group push CHWXUIC for 1 USA sec USA Canadian and international channels can be selected in sequence D Channel 9 Call channels Channel 9 is the pleasure call channel Each regular channel USA group has separate call channels In addition each call chan nel is monitored during triwatch The call channels can be Push for 1 sec programmed p 9 and are used to store your most often USA channels UIC UIC used channels in each channel group for quick recall CHWX CHWX Push 169 for 1 sec to select CALL the call channel of the selected TAG channel group USA TAG UIC CALL and call channel number DUP CHWX appear INT CAN Each channel group may have an independent call channel after International channels Canadian channels changing a call channel5 BASIC OPERATION 2D Weather channels s Adjusting the squelch levelThere are 10 weather channels Used for monitoring from the NOAA National Oceanographic and The ICM1 has a squelch Administration broadcasts though there is no control knob for it In order to receive signals propThe ICM1 can detect a weather alert tone on the selected erly as well as for scan to funcweather channel while receiving the channel during standby tion the squelch must beon a regular channel or while scanning See the SET mode adjusted to a suitable level Level 4 Max squelch levelitems on p 14 1 While pushing SQL rotate the channel selector Push CHWX once or twice to select weather channels The first click of the channel selector indicates the current squelch level There are 5 squelch levels to choose from 0 is completely open 4 is the maximum squelch levels Lock function 2 Release SQL when the desired squelch level is indicated in the function displayThis function electronically locks all keys and switches to prevent accidental frequency changes and function access NOTE The squelch level 1 is designed for receiving weak signals so that the squelch delays to close If you want to Push HLLOCK for 1 sec to turn the lock function ON and cut the squelch noise set the level to 2 or more OFF Only PTT HL and SQL are functional Appears when the lock function is in use USA 6 2 BASIC OPERATION s Receiving and transmitting IMPORTANT To maximize the readability of your trans mitted signal pause a few sec after pushing PTT hold the microphone 4 to 6 inches 10 to 15 cm from your CAUTION Transmitting without an antenna may dam mouth and speak at a normal voice level age the transceiver 1 Rotate OFFVOL clockwise to turn power ON then set to NOTE The transceiver has power save function to con the 10 oclock position serve the battery power and cannot be turned OFF The Use the squelch function to mute any audio noise if necessary power save function activates automatically when no sig Refer to the previous page for details nal is received for 5 sec 2 Rotate the channel selector to select the desired channel When receiving a signal BUSY appears and audio is emitted from the speaker Further adjustment of OFFVOL may be necessary at this point 1 Set volume Use the optional voice scrambler function for privacy p 8 3 Push HL to select the output power if necessary LOW appears when low power is selected 2 Set channel Push to Choose low power to conserve battery power choose high transmit power for longer distance communications 4 Some channels are for low power only An extra low power is available for short distance communica 5 tions Push HL while pushing SQL in such case Release to 4 Push and hold PTT to transmit then speak into the mi receive crophone TX appears 3 Set output power Channel 70 cannot be used for transmission for GMDSS use 5 Release PTT to receive 4 Speak into microphone7 BASIC OPERATION 2s Optional voice scrambler operationD Activating the scrambler D Programming scramble codesThe optional voice scrambler provides private communica There are 128 codes 00 to 127 available for In order to receive or send scrambled transmissions you In order to understand one another all transceivers in yourmust first activate the scrambler function To activate the func group must have the same scramble codetion an optional UT98 is necessary Ask your dealer for details 1 Select an operating channel except channel 16 or weather channels1 Select an operating channel 2 Make sure the scramble function is OFF then push and except channel 16 or weather hold SCNSCRM until step 4 channels SCRM SCRM appears USA2 Push SCNSCRM for 1 sec 3 While continuing to push SCNSCRM rotate the channel SCRM appears selector to select the desired scramble code3 To turn the scrambler function The first click when rotating the channel selector shows the cur OFF repeat step 2 rently selected code SCRM disappears 4 Release SCNSCRM The scramble code disappears from the function display but re mains in effect while the scramble function is activated Example Programming scramble code 127 Push and hold SCR M After SCRM SCN appears rotate SCRM SCRM USA USA USA Voice scrambler OFF Voice scrambler activated CH Set desired scramble code here 8 2 BASIC OPERATION s Call channel programming The call channel key is used to select channel 9 however 4 Rotate the channel selector to CALL you can program your most oftenused channels in each select the desired channel TAG channel group for quick recall USA 1 Push CHWXUIC for 1 sec several times to select the de TAG sired channel group USA INT USA 5 Push 169 to program the dis CALL CAN to be programmed played channel as the call TAG channel USA 2 Push 169 for 1 sec to select The call channel number and CALL the call channel of the selected channel group stop flashing TAG channel group USA CALL and call channel number appear s Automatic backlighting 3 Push 169 again for 3 sec CALL This function is convenient for nighttime operation The auto until long beep changes to 2 TAG matic backlighting can be activated in SET mode p 13 short beeps to enter call chan USA nel programming condition Push any key except for PTT to turn the backlighting ON Call channel number and channel The backlighting is automatically turned OFF 5 sec after opera group to be programmed flashes tion Push SQL to turn the backlighting ON without changing the op erating condition9 3s Description s monitors channel 16 while you are receiving an 1 Select the desired operating channelother channel triwatch monitors channel 16 and the call 2 Push DWTRI momentarily to start dualwatch pushchannel while receiving another channel DWTRI for 1 sec to start triwatch DUAL flashes during dualwatch TRI flashes during triwatch Beep tone sounds when a signal is received on channel 16 SIMULATION Triwatch becomes dualwatch when receiving a signal on the call channel 3 To cancel push DWTRI again Call channel Example Operating triwatch on INT channel 07 Push for 1 sec Triwatch starts TAG TRI TRI DUP DW INT BUSY CALL Signal is received TAG Dualwatch Triwatch TRI on call channel INT If a signal is received on channel 16 pauses BUSY Signal received on TAG on channel 16 until the signal disappears TRI channel 16 takes DUP If a signal is received on the call channel during triwatch tri INT priority watch becomes dualwatch until the signal disappears To transmit on the selected channel during push and hold PTT Triwatch resumes TAG If no signal is received the transceiver enters the power saving DUP TRI after the signal condition for 05 sec after checking the operating channel every INT disappears cycle 10 4 SCAN OPERATION s Scan types Scanning is an efficient way to locate signals quickly over a Set the tag channels scanned channel before scanning wide frequency range The transceiver has priority scan and Clear the tag channels which inconveniently stop scanning normal scan such as digital communication use NOTE Choose priority or normal scan in SET mode In addition weather alert and automatic scan start function is p 14 available for standby convenience p 14 PRIORITY SCAN NORMAL SCAN CH 01 CH 02 CH 01 CH 02 WX CH 16 CH 03 WX CH 03 CH 05 CH 04 CH 05 CH 04 Previously selected weather channel when Previously selected weather channel when weather alert function is ON weather alert function is ON Priority scan searches through all tag channels in sequence Normal scan like priority scan searches through all tag while monitoring channel 16 When a signal is detected on channels in sequence However unlike priority scan chan channel 16 scan pauses until the signal disappears when nel 16 is not checked unless channel 16 is set as a tag a signal is detected on a channel other than channel 16 channel scan becomes dualwatch until the signal disappears11 SCAN OPERATION 4s Setting tag channels s Starting a scanFor more efficient scanning add desired channels as tag Set scan type weather alert function scan resume timer andchannels or clear tag channels for unwanted channels auto scan function in advance using SET mode p 14Channels set as nontag channels will be skipped duringscanning Tag channels can be assigned to each channel 1 Select the desired channel group USA CAN INT bygroup USA CAN INT independently pushing CHWXUIC for 1 sec if desired When the weather alert function is in use select the desired1 Select the desired channel group USA CAN INT by weather channel with CHWX and the channel selector pushing CHWXUIC for 1 sec if desired 2 Push SCN to start priority or normal scan SCAN appears and flashes in the function display2 Select the desired channel to set as a tag channel 16 appears during priority scan3 Push TAG to set the displayed channel as a tag channel When a signal is detected scan pauses until the signal disap TAG appears in the function display pears or resumes after pausing 5 sec according to SET mode4 To cancel the tag channel setting push TAG setting Channel 16 is still monitored during priority scan TAG disappears Rotate the channel selector to check the scanning tag channels to change the scanning direction or resume the scan manually Clearing all tag channels in the selected channel group 3 To stop the scan push SCN Push TAGALL CLR for 3 sec to clear all tag channels in SCAN disappears the channel group Pushing PTT 169 CHWX or DWTRI also stops the scan Example Starting a normal scan Scan pauses when receiving a Scan starts signal and audio is emitted Push BUSY Push to stop SCR M TAG SCAN TAG SCAN the scan SCN M SCR USA USA USA SCN 12 5 SET MODE s SET mode programming s SET mode items SET mode is used to change the conditions of 6 transceiver D Beep tone bP functions the beep tone function the automatic backlighting You can select silent operation by turning beep tones OFF or weather alert function normalpriority scan scan resume you can have confirmation beeps sound at the push of a timer and auto scan function switch by turning beep tones ON The beep tone volume is linked with OFFVOL 1 Turn power OFF 2 While pushing SQL turn power ON and continue push ing SQL until bP appears 3 After the display appears release SQL 4 Push SQL to select the desired item if necessary 5 Rotate the channel selector to select the desired condition Beep tone ON default of the item 6 To exit SET mode push 16 D Automatic backlighting bL Turning power OFF then ON again also exits SET mode This function is convenient for nighttime operation The auto matic backlighting turns the backlighting ON when pushing SET MODE CONSTRUCTION any key except for PTT Beep tone The backlighting is automatically turned OFF 5 sec after operation Push SQL to turn the backlighting ON without changing the oper Automatic ating condition Auto scan backlighting Push Scan resume timer Weather alert Scan type Automatic backlighting ON default13 SET MODE 5D Weather alert function AL D Scan resume timer StAn NOAA broadcast station transmits an weather alert tone The scan resume timer can be selected as a pause OFF orbefore an important weather information When the weather timer scan ON When OFF is selected the scan pausesalert function is turned ON the transceiver detects the alert until the signal disappears When ON is selected the scanthen flashes the ALT indicator until the transceiver is oper pauses 5 sec and resumes even if a signal is being receivedated The previously selected used weather channel is on channels except for channel 16checked in any time during standby or while scanning ALT appears when the function is set ON WX Scan timer OFF default Weather alert function OFF default D Auto scan function At While in standby this function automatically starts the seD Scan type selection SC lected scan normal or priority scan 30 sec after operationThe transceiver has 2 scan types normal scan and priority SCAN appears when the function is turned ONscan Normal scan searches all tag channels in the selected NOTE The transceiver has a power save function but thechannel group Priority scan searches all tag channels in se power save function does not function when the auto scanquence while monitoring channel 16 function is in use SCAN Normal scan default Priority scan Auto scan OFF default 14 6 BATTERY CHARGING s Battery cautions s Battery charging NEVER incinerate used battery packs Internal battery gas Prior to using the transceiver for the first time the battery may cause an explosion pack must be fully charged for optimum life and operation NEVER immerse the battery pack in water If the battery pack CAUTION To avoid damage to the transceiver turn it becomes wet be sure to wipe it dry BEFORE attaching it to OFF while charging the transceiver Recommended temperature range for charging NEVER short terminals of the battery pack Also current may 50F to 104F 10C to 40C flow into nearby metal objects so be careful when placing bat Use the supplied charger AD58 or optional charger tery packs in handbags etc BC119 for rapid charging only NEVER use other manu factures charger If your battery pack seems to have no capacity even after An optional cable OPC515L for 138 V power source or being charged completely discharge it by leaving the power CP17L for 12 V cigarette lighter socket can be used in ON overnight Then fully charge the battery pack again If the stead of the AC adapters of above chargers battery pack still does not retain a charge or very little a new battery pack must be purchased When using AD58 If the charge indicator lights red the vehicle battery voltage is low and charging may not be D Recycling information performed Check the vehicle battery voltage in this case The product that you have purchased contains a RB When using BC119 If the charge indicator flashes or RC rechargeable battery The battery is recyclable At C RBR the end of its life under various state and local ange the vehicle battery voltage is low and charging may NiCd laws it may be illegal to dispose of this battery into not be performed Check the vehicle battery voltage in this the municipal waste stream Call 18008BATTERY for bat case If the charge indicator flashes red there may be a tery recycling options in your area or contact your dealer problem with the battery pack or charger Reinsert the battery pack or contact your dealer15 BATTERY CHARGING 6D Attaching the AD58 to a D Charging with the AD58 D Charging with the optional wall 1 Connect the AC adapter BC122 or BC119AD69 optional cable CP17L or 1 Connect the AC adapter BC123 or OPC515L as shown below optional cable CP17L or Eyelet 2 Insert the transceiver with attached OPC515L as shown below USE a rubber battery pack into the charger 2 Insert the transceiver with attached band to secure The charge indicator lights orange battery pack or the battery pack the transceiver if 3 Charge the battery pack for 15 desired only into the charger hours The charge indicator lights orange 3 Charge the battery pack until the Turn power charge indicator changes to green OFF AVOID overcharging Charging time Approx 1 to 15 hoursD Installing the AD69 to the The AD58 is NOT a BC119 transceiver hanger Take Turn power out the transceiver within OFF1 Connect the cable as shown below 48 hours2 Attach the AD69 with the 2 supplied BP185 or screws BP186 AD69 CP17L or OPC515L CP17L or OPC515L AD58 BC119 BC119 BC122AE AD69 BC123AE 16 7 UNPACKING AND ACCESSORY ATTACHMENT D Unpacking D Flexible antenna The following accessories are supplied CAUTION Attach the sup Qty plied antenna securely for wa 1 Flexible antenna FAS57V 1 terproofing 2 Handstrap 1 CAUTION Transmitting 3 Belt clip 1 without an antenna may dam 4 Screws for the belt clip M3 4 2 age the transceiver 5 Battery charger AD58 1 6 Screws for the AD58 M35 30 2 Insert the supplied antenna into 7 AC adapter BC122AE 1 the antenna connector and screw 8 Battery pack BP185 1 down the antenna as shown in the diagram at right D Belt clip D Handstrap Attach the belt clip with the supplied metal screws Slide the handstrap through the Conveniently attaches to your belt loop on the side of the trans ceiver as illustrated at right NEVER use the supplied screws without Facilitates carrying the belt clip otherwise the screw holes may be damaged and the transceiver might not be waterproof Use the supplied screws only when attaching the belt clip17 8 PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION REFNo power comes ON The battery is exhausted Recharge the battery pack p 15 Bad connection to the battery pack Check the connection to the transceiver p 2No sound comes from Squelch level is too deep Set squelch to the threshold point p 6the speaker Volume level is too low Set OFFVOL to a suitable level p 7 Speaker has been exposed to water Drain water from the speaker Transmitting is impossi Some channels are for low power or re Change channels pgsble or high power can ceive only 5 7not be selected The battery is exhausted Recharge the battery pack p 15 The output power is set to low or extra low Push HL to select high power p 7The displayed channel Lock function is activated Push HLLOCK for 1 sec to cancel the p 6cannot be changed functionScan does not start TAG channel is not programmed Set the desired channels as TAG chan p 12 nelsScan starts automati Auto scan function is activated Cancel the auto scan function in SET p 14cally modeNo beep sounds Beep tone is turned OFF Turn the beep tone ON in SET mode p 13Receive signal cannot Optional voice scrambler is turned OFF Turn the optional voice scrambler ON p 8be understood Scramble code is not set correctly Reset the scramble code p 8 18 9 CHANNEL LIST Channel number Frequency MHz Channel number Frequency MHz Channel number Frequency MHz Channel number Frequency MHz USA INT CAN Transmit Receive USA INT CAN Transmit Receive USA INT CAN Transmit Receive USA INT CAN Transmit Receive 01 01 156050 160650 19 156950 161550 65 156275 160875 83 83 157175 161775 01A 156050 156050 19A 19A 156950 156950 65A 65A 65A 156275 156275 83A 83A 157175 157175 02 02 156100 160700 20 20 20 157000 161600 66 156325 160925 84 84 84 157225 161825 02A 156100 156100 20A 157000 157000 66A 66A 66A 156325 156325 84A 157225 157225 03 03 156150 160750 21 21 157050 161650 67 67 67 156375 156375 85 85 85 157275 161875 03A 156150 156150 21A 21A 157050 157050 68 68 68 156425 156425 85A 157275 157275 04 156200 160800 22 157100 161700 69 69 69 156475 156475 86 86 86 157325 161925 04A 04A 156200 156200 22A 22A 157100 157100 70 70 70 156525 156525 86A 157325 157325 05 156250 160850 23 23 157150 161750 71 71 71 156575 156575 87 87 87 157375 161975 05A 05A 156250 156250 23A 157150 157150 72 72 72 156625 156625 87A 157375 157375 06 06 06 156300 156300 24 24 24 157200 161800 73 73 73 156675 156675 88 88 88 157425 162025 07 156350 160950 25 25 25 157250 161850 74 74 74 156725 156725 88A 157425 157425 07A 07A 156350 156350 26 26 26 157300 161900 75 75 75 Guard Guard 08 08 08 156400 156400 27 27 27 157350 161950 76 76 76 Guard Guard Frequency MHz WX channel 09 09 09 156450 156450 28 28 28 157400 162000 77 77 77 156875 156875 Transmit Receive 10 10 10 156500 156500 60 60 156025 160625 78 156925 161525 01 RX only 162550 11 11 11 156550 156550 60A 156025 156025 78A 78A 156925 156925 02 RX only 162400 12 12 12 156600 156600 61 156075 160675 79 156975 161575 03 RX only 162475 13 13 13 156650 156650 61A 61A 156075 156075 79A 79A 156975 156975 04 RX only 162425 14 14 14 156700 156700 62 156125 160725 80 157025 161625 05 RX only 162450 15 15 15 156750 156750 62A 62A 156125 156125 80A 80A 157025 157025 06 RX only 162500 16 16 16 156800 156800 63 156175 160775 81 157075 161675 07 RX only 162525 17 17 17 156850 156850 63A 156175 156175 81A 81A 157075 157075 08 RX only 161650 18 156900 161500 64 64 156225 160825 82 157125 161725 09 RX only 161775 18A 18A 156900 156900 64A 64A 156225 156225 82A 82A 157125 157125 10 RX only 163275 Low power only Receive only19 SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS 10s Specifications s Options GENERAL AD58 BATTERY CHARGER BC122AE AC coverage Transmit 1561575 MHz Used for regular charging of battery packs The same as supplied Receive 156163 MHz with the transceiver Charging time 15 hoursMode FM 16K0G3E BC119 DESKTOP CHARGER or BC121 spacing 25 kHz AD69 DESKTOP CHARGER ADAPTERCurrent drain at 84 V TX High 18 A max Used for rapid charging of battery packs Charging time 1 to 15 Max audio 300 mA max hours An AC adapter is supplied with the chargers BC121 rapidly Power saved13 mA typ charges up to 6 battery packs at oncePower supply requirement Icom battery packsFrequency stability 10 ppm 20C to 60C CP17L CIGARETTE LIGHTER CABLEUseable temperature range 20C to 60C 4F to 140F Connects to a ships or vehicles cigarette lighter socket 12 V forDimensions with BP185 525 W 129 H 30 D mm use with the AD58 or is not included 2116 W 5332 H 1316 D in FAS57V FLEXIBLE ANTENNAWeight with BP185 280 g 99 oz Same as supplied with the transceiver OPC515L DC POWER CABLE TRANSMITTER Used for charging with external power supplyOutput power at 84 V 5 W 1 W and 015 W UT98 VOICE SCRAMBLER UNITModulation system Variable reactance phase modulation Ensures private communications 128 codes are available Not availMax frequency deviation 50 kHz able in some emissions Less than 65 dB RECEIVER D Battery packsReceive system 12 dB SINAD Less than 035 V Battery Voltage Output Approx operating time HeightSquelch sensitivity Adjustable up to 23 dB SINAD pack capacity power High Low E rejection ratio More than 70 dB 84 V 129 mmSpurious response rejection ratio More than 70 dB BP185 50 W 4h 8h 13 h 400 mAh 5332 inAdjacent channel selectivity More than 70 dBAudio output power 400 mW at 5 distortion with an 8 72 V 159 mm BP186 45 W 105 h 21 h 34 h load 1050 mAh 614 inAll stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation Condition Tx Rx Standby Power saved 5 5 90 in JapanCopyright 1995 by Icom Inc 6916 Kamihigashi Hiranoku Osaka 547 Japan
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