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INSTRUCTION MANUAL offered by Busse-Yachtshop.com
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Thank you for purchasing this Icom product. The DS-100 (#02) DSC CONTROLLER is designed and built with Icoms superior technology and craftsmanship. With proper care this product should provide you with years of trouble-free operation.
FEATURES Class D DSC terminal
The DS-100 (#02) VHF DSC CONTROLLER is designed as a Class D DSC terminal unit for the IC-M401EURO or IC-M503 VHF MARINE TRANSCEIVERS. DS-100 (#02) is not compatible with DS-100 (#01). The plug of the control cable is a different type.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
pletely before using the controller. carefully and com-
Self ID indication
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUALThis instruction manual contains important operating instructions for the DS-100.
THE MMSI NUMBER SHOULD BE PROGRAMMED BY A DEALER PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. The DS-100 (#02) does not function when there is no ID programmed. Therefore, the ID code should be checked in the Set-up menu.
DEFINITION Personal injury, fire hazard or electric RWARNING shock may occur. CAUTION NOTE i Equipment damage may occur. If disregarded, inconvenience only. No risk of personal injury, re or electric shock.
Icom, Icom Inc. and the logo are registered trademarks of Icom Incorporated (Japan) in the United states, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Russia and/or other countries.
offered by Busse-Yachtshop.com
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RWARNING! NEVER connect the controller to an AC outlet. This may pose a fire hazard or result in an electric shock. RWARNING NEVER transmit a distress call when your vessel does not need immediate help. Distress calls can be used only in times of emergency. NEVER connect the controller to a power source of more than 16 V DC. Such a connection will ruin the controller. NEVER place the controller where normal operation of the
ship may be hindered or where it could cause bodily injury.
AVOID using or placing the controller in direct sunlight or in areas with temperatures below 20C (4F) or above +60C (+140F).
as possible from electrical pumps, generators and other electronic instruments to prevent instrument malfunctions.
KEEP the controller and microphone at least 1 meter away
from your vessels magnetic navigation compass.
DO NOT use chemical agents such as benzene or alcohol when cleaning, as they can damage the terminal unit surfaces.
CE Versions of the DS-100 which display the CE symbol on the serial number seal, comply with the essential requirements of the European Radio and Telecommunication Terminal Directive 1999/5/EC.
This warning symbol indicates that this equipment operates in non-harmonised frequency bands and/or may be subject to licensing conditions in the country of use. Be sure to check that you have the correct version of this radio, or the correct programming for this radio, to comply with national licensing requirements. ii
KEEP the controller out of the reach of children. KEEP the antenna cable and DC power cable as far away
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD.. i IMPORTANT.. i EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS.. i FEATURES... i WARNING... i CAUTIONS... ii TABLE OF CONTENTS.. iii 1 PANEL DESCRIPTION... 1-2 I Front panel... 1 I Function display.. CALL PROCEDURE.. 38 I Entry an MMSI... 3 I Distress call/Simple operation.. 4 I Distress call/Regular operation.. 5 I Entry Position/Time.. 6 I Distress call to ships.. 7 I Individual call... 7 I Group call... 8 I All ships call... WHEN RECEIVING A DSC CALL. 1017 I When receive a distress call. 10 I Received message.. SET-UP... 1820 I Select Set-up... 18 iii I Address ID... 18 I Offset time... 20 I Brightness... 20 I Contrast.. 20 I MMSI check... CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATION. 2123 I Connection diagram.. 21 I Rear panel description.. 22 I Supplied accessories.. 22 I Mounting... VHF MARINE CHANNEL LIST.. SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS.. 25 I Specications... 25 I Options... DIMENSIONS.. MB-75 (OPTION)... 27-28 I MB-75 FLUSH MOUNT KIT.. TEMPLATE... DOC... 31
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I Front panel
DSC CONTROLLER ds-100
r ENTER [ENT] Enters the selected subject and advances the item to indicate the contents. Push this key to determine the data.
q DISTRESS BUTTON Push and hold for 5 sec. to make a distress call. w CLEAR SWITCH [CLR] Push this key to cancel Call repeat. Push this key to cancel the menu. e CALL SWITCH [CALL] Push this key to call up a subject menu screen. Push the key to return to the start screen.
y KEYPAD Input the corresponding number or letters when required. Other functions are as follows; [A/a]Push this key to toggle between capital letters, small letters or numerals. A; capital letter or a; small letter appears in the upper right of the display, depending on selection. [BS]Backspace key. u FUNCTION DISPLAY During normal operation the display shows position and UTC (or Local) time when a GPS receiver is connected. This is updated each time new GPS data is received. If no GPS receiver is connected, the position and UTC time must be set in advance.
t UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT SWITCHES [Y]/[Z]// Push [Y]/[Z] to select the menu contents in the selected item. Push [Y]/[Z] to adjust brightness and contrast. Push / to move the cursor position.
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w TIME ZONE INDICATOR Local appears when the offset time data in the Set-up menu is entered. No time data appears when no GPS receiver is connected and no time data is input manually. e POSITION INDICATOR Shows the GPS position data. ?? may blink every 2 sec. instead of position data, when the GPS position data is invalid. In such a case, the last position data is held for up to 23.5 hours. Shows the manually input position data when no GPS receiver is connected. MNL appears instead of GPS at q. ?? may blink every 2 sec. instead of position data, 4 hours after the position data is input manually up until 23.5 hours have past. No position data appears when no GPS receiver is connected and no position data is input manually.
NOTE: If GPS data is interrupted for 30 sec. the GPS indication disappears. The terminal unit retains the most recent data in such cases.
-VHF DSC CONTROLLERCH 70 WATCHING
GPS:UTC4:45 Lat4559'N Lon13444'E
q GPS INDICATOR GPS appears while GPS receiver is connected. GPS disappears when no GPS receiver is connected. MNL appears when the time data and position data are input manually. 2
NOTE: When no key operation is made for more than 5 minutes, the function display contents returns to the opening menu message as shown at left, automatically.
I Function display
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I Entring an MMSI
An ID code of your ship must be entered before using the unit for the rst time. Only 3 selectable subjects appear when your ID code has not been entered yet. No distress call can be transmitted in the above condition.
D Entring an MMSI
<Select a subject> Entry position/time Received calls Set up
<CLR Exit / ENT OK>
<Entry a MMSI > ID:(9digit) _____________
Turn power OFF once, then turn it ON again
q Push [CALL], then push  to select Set up. w Push [ENT], then push [Z] several times to select MMSI entry, then push [ENT] again. e Enter the 9 (nine) digit ID code. r Push [POWER] on the connected transceiver to turn the power OFF. t Push [POWER] to turn the power ON again. All operating items/functions can be selected and use from now on.
<Select a subject> Brightness Contrast MMSI check MMSI entry
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phone frequency (Ch 16) automatically.
The controller is still waiting on Ch 70 for an acknowledgment call.
I Distress call/Simple operation
A distress call should be transmitted if, in the opinion of the Master, the ship or a person is in distress and requires immediate assistance. A distress call should include the ships position and time. They are included automatically when a GPS receiver is connected. If no GPS is connected, input them, if possible.
NEVER: USE THE DISTRESS CALL WHEN YOUR SHIP IS NOT IN AN EMERGENCY. DISTRESS CALL CAN BE USED ONLY WHEN IMMEDIATE HELP IS NEEDED.
q Confirm any distress call is not being received. w Lift up the switch cover. Push and hold the [DISTRESS] button for 5 sec. to transmit the distress call.
Distress alert (simple operation) contains (default); Kind of distress: Undesignated distress Position data: According to the displayed information. - GPS or manual input position data held for 23.5 hrs. Distress call repeats every 3.54.5 min., until receiving an acknowledgement Beep (Pi,Pi) sounds with the max. volume every 1 sec. Push [DISTRESS] button to transmit a renewed distress call, if desired. Push [CLR] to cancel the Call repeat mode.
<Push and hold [DISTRESS] for 5 sec> Nature of distress: Undesignated GPS : UTC 15:22 1234N 12345W
A DSC channel (Ch 70) is automatically selected and the distress call is transmitted. If you have the time, select the nature of the distress and contents. If no GPS is connected, your location and UTC time should be input.
The cancel acknowledgement is automatically transmitted when the [CLR] key is pushed.
I Entry Position/Time
When no GPS receiver is connected, the Entry Position/Time appears at the top of the subject menu. q Push [CALL], then push  to select Entry Position/Time. w Push [ENT], then enter the latitude data with the key pad. e Push [Y]/[Z] to select N; north latitude or S; south latitude, then push [ENT].
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y Push UTC time with the keypad.
Push / to move the cursor then push [Y]/[Z] to correct the data Push [CLR] to Exit the menu. Push [A/a], then push [ENT] to enter Null data.
t Push [ENT] to transfer the instructed trafc channel* to the transceiver.
* Trafc channel is determined by the coast station automatically.
D Individual call to other ships
I Distress call to ships
General DSC calls may be used for communications after the Distress call, e.g. you want to change the operating mode, frequency, etc.
I Individual call
D Individual call to the coast station
q Push [CALL], then push  several times to select Individual call then push [ENT]. w Push  several times to select the coast station ID address. Then push [ENT].
(See page 18 for adding an address.)
Select a trafc CH screen appears.
DS100 SN2 DS100 SN3 <CLR Exit / ENT OK>
e Push [Y]/[Z] to select your desired traffic channel from the list. Then push [ENT]. r Push [CALL] and [ENT] simultaneously to transmit an Individual call.
Push [CLR] to stop the call.
<Input address ID> ID:(9digit)
e Select the coast station ID. e Push [CALL] and [ENT] simultaneously to transmit an Individual call.
r RCV Individual callFrom: Coast stn, appears on the screen. 7
q Push [CALL], then push  several times to select Individual call then push [ENT]. w Select manual entry to enter <Select address ID> 9 digit ID or push  to select the desired ID address. Manual entry Then push [ENT]. DS-100 SN10
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I Group call
q Push [CALL], then push  one or more times to select Group call, then push [ENT]. w Select manual entry to enter 8 digit ID or push  to select the desired ID address. Then push [ENT].
<Select a group> Manual entry ICOM
I All ships call
q Push [CALL], then push  <Select a category> one or more times to select All ships call, then push Safety [ENT]. Urgency w Select the desired category, then push [ENT]. e To select desired traffic <CLR Exit / ENT OK> channel push [BS] twice and enter channel number.* r Push [CALL] and [ENT] simultaneously to transmit an All ships call.
<Input an address> ID:(8digit) 0
* Trafc channel automatically defaults to channel 16.
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D When no acknowledgement is received
When no acknowledgement is received the unit will beep every one second. In this case, the controller automatically transmits the distress call again every 3.5 to 4.5 minutes. A distress relay call may be received after several minutes from another ship if acknowledgement cannot be received from a coast station directly. CAUTION: DO NOT push [CLR] while waiting for an acknowledgement, otherwise the distress call repeat will be cancelled, and a distress acknowledgement is automatically transmitted with your own MMSI. Use the [CLR] key only when you want to cancel repeated transmission.
D After receiving an acknowledgement call
The following should be commenced with your voice transmission after receiving a distress acknowledgement from a coast station (or another ship).
This is.(your ship name) The 9-digit identity AND the call sign (or other identication of the ship). The ships position if the DSC distress does not include it. The nature of the distress and assistance required. Any other information which might facilitate the rescue.
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WHEN RECEIVING A DSC CALL
I When receiving a Distress call
When receiving a distress call, an alarm (Pi-po) sounds with max. AF level continuously. And at the same time, the transceivers (such as ICM401EURO or IC-M503) operating channel changes to CH 16 automatically.
RCV Distress call Distress ID: 23456789 Distress time & pos Time: UTC 12:34 Pos.: Lat 1234N Lon 12345W
Push [CLR] to cancel the alarm. Monitor the communication between the calling ship and a coast station. When no communication is made, contact the ship using voice transmission on CH 16.
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D When receiving an individual call
When receiving an individual RCV Individual call call, an alarm (Pi-pi) sounds. Push [ENT], then the operFrom: JOHN ating channel changes to the designated channel. Push [CLR] to record the received information, then <CLRExit/ ENTOK> the screen goes back to default. The calling station transmits via voice on the designated channel.
When the individual ACK function is available When the individual acknowl<Select to comply> edgement function is available on your controller, push [ENT] Able to comply Unable to comply to turn to the <Select to comply> screen. Select Able to comply or Unable to comply. <CLRExit/ ENTOK> Emergency alarm (or continuous beeps depending on the category) sounds until pushing [CLR].
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WHEN RECEIVING A DSC CALL D When receiving a Position request
When receiving a Position request call, an alarm (Pi-pi) sounds. Push [ENT] to transmit your own ships longitude and latitude information. Push [CLR] to record the received information, then the screen goes back to default.
RCV Pos request From: JOHN
D When receiving an All ships call
When receiving a Routine or Safety all ships call, an alarm RCV All ships call (Pi-pi) sounds. When you receive a distress From: 23456789 Category: Routine or Urgency all ships call, an alarm (Pi-po) sounds with max. AF level continuously. Push [CLR] to cancel the <CLRExit/ ENTOK> alarm. Push [ENT], then the operating channel changes to the received trafc channel automatically. Push [CLR] to record the received information, then the screen goes back to default.
To reply, push ENT <CLRExit/ ENTOK>
D When receiving a Position reply
When receiving a Position reply, an alarm (Pi-pi) sounds. Push [CLR] to record the received information, then the screen goes back to default.
RCV Pos reply From: Beck
You must monitor the traffic frequency until you can judge from the call that your action has been effective and/or assistance is unnecessary.
Pos.: Lat 1234N Lon 12345W <CLRExit>
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D When receiving a Distress ACK
When receiving a distress acknowledgement, an alarm (PiRCV Distress ACK po) sounds with max. AF level continuously. And at the same From: Tokyo guard time, the transceivers (ICDistress ID: Mr.Bean M503/M401EURO) operating channel changes to CH 16 automatically. <CLRExit/ ENTOK> Push [CLR] to cancel the alarm. You must monitor CH 16 until you can judge from the call that your assistance is unnecessary.
D When receiving a group call
When receiving a Group call, an alarm (Pi-pi) sounds. RCV Group call Push [ENT], then the operating channel changes to From: DS-100 SN3 Group:Icom Inc the designated channel. Push [CLR] to record the received information, then the screen goes back to de<CLRExit/ ENTOK> fault. The calling station transmits via voice on the designated channel.
D When receiving a Distress Relay ACK
When receiving a Distress Relay acknowledgement, an RCV Distress RLY ACK alarm (Pi-po) sounds with max. AF level continuously. And at From: Tokyo guard Distress ID: the same time, the transceivers 987654321 (IC-M503/M401EURO) operating channel changes to CH 16 <CLRExit/ ENTOK> automatically. Push [CLR] to cancel the alarm. You must monitor CH 16 until you can judge from the call that your assistance is unnecessary.
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WHEN RECEIVING A DSC CALL D Distress message
q Push [CALL], then push  one or more times to select Received calls, then push [ENT]. w Select a Distress message, then push [ENT]. e Select a desired message, then push [ENT]. Push [Y] or [Z] to scroll the message. Push [A/a], then push  to clear the message. NOTE: The message number that has not been read yet blinks, e.g. 3.
<Select a message> Distress message Other message
I Received message (RCV MSG)
When receiving a DSC call, the received format is specied and its contents are memorized into the received message (RCV MSG) memory. Distress calls (including other calls with distress category) are stored separately from other calls. Up to 20 distress calls can be memorized and up 20 other categories of calls can be memorized. However, the distress calls are saved until being erased, while other calls are erased when the power is turned OFF.
<Select a subject> Entry Position/Time Individual call Group call All ships call Received calls Distress setting
<Select a message> 1:Distress 2:Distress 3:Distress 4:Distress 12:21 11:21 10:21 09:21
<Message contents> Distress ID: 2345678 Piracy attack Distress time & Pos Time: UTC 12:34 Pos.: Lat 1234N Lon 12345W <A/a Data clear>
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D Other messages
Individual call q Push [CALL], then push  several times to select Received calls, then push [ENT]. w Select Other message, then push [ENT]. e Select Individual call, then push [ENT]. Push [Y] or [Z] to scroll the message. Push [A/a] to clear the message. Group call q Push [CALL], then push  several times to select Received calls, then push [ENT]. w Select Other message, then push [ENT]. e Select Group call, then push [ENT]. Push [Y] or [Z] to scroll the message. Push [A/a] to clear the message.
<Select a message> 1:Individual ACK 2:Individual call 3:Group call 4:All ships call 5:Distress 6:Distress relay 7:Distress RLY ACK 8:Distress ACK <CLR Exit / ENT OK>
<Message contents> Routine to Individual From: DS-100 SN3 F3E/G3E simplex CH88 No information <A/a Data clear>
<Message contents> Routine to group From: Phil Collins F3E/G3E simplex CH78 No information
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Distress relay q Push [CALL], then push  several times to select Received calls, then push [ENT]. w Select Other message, then push [ENT]. e Select Distress relay, then push [ENT]. Push [Y] or [Z] to scroll the message. Push [A/a] to clear the message.
<A/a Data clear>
Distress q Push [CALL], then push  several times to select Received calls, then push [ENT]. w Select Other message, then push [ENT]. e Select Distress, then push [ENT]. Push [Y] or [Z] to scroll the message. Push [A/a] to clear the message. 16
<Message contents> Routine to group From: Phil Collins F3E/G3E Simplex CH88 No Information <A/a Data clear>
All ships q Push [CALL], then push  several times to select Re<Message contents> ceived calls, then push [ENT]. Urgency to All ships From: DS-100 SN3 w Select Other message, then F3E/G3E simplex push [ENT]. CH 14 e Select All ships call, then push [ENT]. <A/a Data clear> Push [Y] or [Z] to scroll the message. Push [A/a] to clear the message.
<Message contents> Distress relay From: Phil Collins Distress ID: 2345678 To all ships Fire,Explosion Distress Time & Pos Time: UTC 12:34 Pos.: Lat 1234N Lon 12345W
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Distress relay acknowledgement q Push [CALL], then push  several times to select Re<Select a message> ceived calls, then push [ENT]. 1:Individual ACK 2:Individual call w Select Other message, then 3:Group call push [ENT]. 4:All ships call e Select Distress RLY ACK, 5:Distress then push [ENT]. 6:Distress relay 7:Distress RLY ACK Push [Y] or [Z] to scroll the 8:Distress ACK message. Push [A/a] to clear the mes<CLR Exit / ENT OK> sage. * Please note: Commercial vessels can only transmit distress relay messages. Distress acknowledgement q Push [CALL], then push  several times to select Received calls, then push [ENT]. w Select Other message, then push [ENT]. e Select Distress ACK, then push [ENT]. Push [Y] or [Z] to scroll the message. Push [A/a] to clear the message.
<Message contents> Distress RLY ACK From: Mr.Comfort Distress ID: Mrs.John Fire,Explosion Distress Time & Pos Time: UTC 12:34 Pos.: Lat 1234N Lon 12345W <A/a Data clear>
<Message contents> Distress ACK From: Mr.Fortune Distress ID: Mrs.John Fire,Explosion Distress Time & Pos Time: UTC 12:34 Pos.: Lat 1234N Lon 12345W <A/a Data clear>
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I Address ID
A total of 70 address IDs can be programmed as Address ID (for ships and coast stations) and Group ID (for group station).
<Select a subject> Add an address ID Delete address ID Add a group ID Delete a group ID <CLRExit / ENTOK>
I Select Set-up
The following setting/operations are available in Set-up menu. Address ID Offset time Brightness Contrast MMSI check
q Push [CALL], then push  several times to select Setup, then push [ENT]. Set-up menu appears on the screen. w Push [CLR] to exit the Set-up menu.
<Select a subject> Individual ACK Group call All ships call Received calls Distress setting Set-up
When a wrong number is input, push [CLR], then enter the number again.
<Add an address ID>a* ID:(9digit) Name:(15characters)
e Enter the desired name for the ID code, then push [ENT].
<Select a subject> Address ID Offset time Brightness Contrast MMSI CHECK <CLRExit / ENTOK>
Push [A/a] several times to toggle capital letters, small letters <CLRExit / ENTOK> and numerals. Push the corresponding key one or more times to input the desired character. Push [BS] to erase the character. Push  to reverse the cursor position;  to forward the cursor position.
r Push [CLR] to exit the screen.
Adding an address ID q Push / several times to select Add an address ID, then push [ENT]. w Push the numeral keys to input an address ID code, then push [ENT].
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Delete address ID q Push  to select Delete address ID, then push [ENT]. w Push / several times to select a desired address ID that you want to delete, then push [ENT].
Address ID and name is displayed on the screen.
<Delete address ID> DS-100 SN10 DS-100 SN2 DS-100 SN3 DS-100 SN4 <CLRExit/ENTOK>
<CLRExit / ENTOK>
e Push [ENT] to delete the address ID. Push [CLR] to exit the screen. r Push [CLR] to exit the menu.
<Delete this ID> ID:(9digit) 2673500100 Name:(15characters) DS-100 SN10 <CLRExit / ENTOK>
Push [A/a] several times to toggle capital letters, small letters and numerals. Push the corresponding key one or more times to input the desired character. Push [BS] to erase the character. Push  to reverse the cursor position;  or forward the cursor position.
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CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATION
I Connection diagram (Connection exsample with IC-M503)
IC-M503 (or IC-M401EURO)
NOTE: Binding the GPS cable, GPS connector, clone receptacle, antenna connector with water-resistant tape, increases the waterproong of the controller.
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CONNECTION AND INSTALLATION
I Rear panel description
q CONNECTION CABLE Connects to the IC-M503 (or IC-M401EURO) rear DSC controller receptacle. w RECEIVE ANTENNA CONNECTOR Connects a marine VHF receiving antenna with a PL-259 plug for emergency frequency signal receiving. Receiving frequency : 156.525 MHz Keep the emergency frequency signal receiving antenna away from the marine VHF antenna to avoid interference from the emitted RF signal. e CLONE RECEPTACLE For dealer use only. r GPS RECEIVER CONNECTOR Connects a GPS receiver (NMEA0183 ver.2.0) for sending position data without manual input. t EXTERNAL MICROPHONE CONNECTOR (IC-M503)* Connects to the optional HM-134 REMOTE-CONTROL MICROPHONE. Intercom function is available. CAUTION: NEVER connect another microphone such as the HM-127, etc. It may cause damage to the transceiver. y ANTENNA CONNECTOR (IC-M503)* Connects a marine VHF antenna with a PL-259 connector to the transceiver. Connects to an external speaker. i DC POWER CONNECTOR (IC-M503)* Connects the DC power cable supplied with IC-M503 (or IC-M401EURO), from this connector to an external 12 V DC power source. *Refer to the IC-M503 (or IC-M401EURO) instruction manual.
I Supplied accessories
q Knob bolt (2040 knob bolt).. 2 w Mounting bracket (2345 Mobile bracket).. 1 e Spring washers (M 5 ).. 2 r Self-tapping screws (A05 x 20).. 2 t Flat washers (M 5)... 2 y Label (2349 CAUTION seal-R).. 1
u EXTERNAL SPEAKER RECEPTACLE (IC-M503)*
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The universal mounting bracket supplied with your controller allows dashboard or overhead mounting. Please read the following instructions carefully. Mount the controller securely with bolts and nuts or it may come loose as a result of wave shocks or vibration. Mount the controller so that the face of the controller is at 90 degrees to your line of sight when operating it.
KEEP the controller at least 1 m away from your ships magnetic navigation compass. CHECK the installation angle; the function display may not be easy-to-read at some angles. DASHBOARD MOUNTING (with optional MB-75): For mounting the DS-100 to a dashboard panel.
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CH 156.050 156.100 156.150 156.200 156.250 156.300 156.350 156.400 156.450 156.500
VHF MARINE CHANNEL LIST
Frequency (MHz) Transmit Receive 160.650 160.700 160.750 160.800 160.850 156.300 160.950 156.400 156.450 156.500 CH Frequency (MHz) Transmit Receive 156.550 156.600 156.650 156.700 156.750 156.800 156.850 156.900 156.950 157.000 156.550 156.600 156.650 156.700 156.750 156.800 156.850 161.500 161.550 161.600 CH Frequency (MHz) Transmit Receive 157.050 157.100 157.150 157.200 157.250 157.300 157.350 157.400 156.025 156.075 161.650 161.700 161.750 161.800 161.850 161.900 161.950 162.000 160.625 160.675 CH Frequency (MHz) Transmit Receive 156.125 156.175 156.225 156.275 156.325 156.375 156.425 156.475 156.525 156.575 160.725 160.775 160.825 160.875 160.925 156.375 156.425 156.475 156.525 156.575 CH Frequency (MHz) Transmit Receive 156.625 156.675 156.725 156.775 156.825 156.875 156.925 156.975 157.025 157.075 156.625 156.675 156.725 156.775 156.825 156.875 161.525 161.575 161.625 161.675 CH 88 Frequency (MHz) Transmit Receive 157.125 157.175 157.225 157.275 157.375 157.325 157.375 157.425 161.725 161.775 161.875 161.975 161.925 162.025 157.375 157.425.162025 161.825
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SPECIFICATIONS AND OPTIONS
: 156.525 MHz : 16K0G2B : 20C to +60C; 4F to +140F Dimensions : 165(W) 110(H) 80(D) mm (projections not included) 6.5 (W) 4.33(H) 3.15(D) in Weight : 1 Kg; 2.2 lb Receive system : Double-conversion superheterodyne Intermediate frequencies : 1st 21.70 MHz 2nd 450 kHz Sensitivity : 10 dB typ. Intermodulation rejection ratio : More than 68 dB Adjacent channel selectivity : More than 73 dB Spurious response rejection ratio : More than 73 dB *Measurement methods according to EN Operating frequency Mode Operating temperature range
MB-75 FLUSH MOUNT KIT For mounting the DS-100 to a panel.
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165.0 31.4 145.0 53.0 25.0
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I MB-75 FLUSH MOUNT KIT
The MB-75 is used to mount the DS-100 DSC CONTROLLER ush to a at surface such as an instrument panel. Supplied accessories Clamps.1 set
w Attach the 2 supplied bolts on either side of the DS-100 (See next page.)
Instructions q Using the template (p. 29), carefully cut a hole into the instrument panel (or wherever you plan to mount the controller) and slide the controller through the hole on the rear panel.
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r Tighten the end bolts on the clamps (rotate clockwise) so that the clamps press firmly against the inside of the instrument control panel.
e Attach the clamps on either side of the DS-100 as shown below. Make sure that the clamps align parallel to the DS-100s body.
t Tighten the locking nuts (rotate counterclockwise) so that the DS-100 is securely mounted in position as below. y Connect the antenna and control cable, then return the instrument control panel to its original place.
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Cut on the inside of the line. 149 (57/8)
Unit: mm (inch) 29
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
1-1-32 Kamiminami, Hirano-ku Osaka 547-0003 Japan Declare on our sole responsibility that this equipment complies the essential requirements of the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive, 1999/5/EC, and that any applicable Essential Test Suite measurements have been performed. Kind of equipment: Type-designation: DSC CONTROLLER
Dsseldorf 31st May 2001 Place and date of issue
Icom (Europe) GmbH
Himmelgeister strae 100 D-40225 Dsseldorf Authorized representative name
Version (where applicable): This compliance is based on conformity with the following harmonised standards, specifications or documents: i) EN 301 025-1 V1.1.2 (2000-08) ii) EN 301 025-2 V1.1.1 (2000-08) iii) EN 301 025-3 (2001-05) iv) EN v) EN 60950 1992
T. Maebayashi General Manager
We Icom Inc. Japan
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CLASS D/DSC TERMINAL
This service manual describes the latest service information for the DS-100 CLASS D/DSC TERMINAL at the time of publication
NEVER connect the terminal unit to an AC outlet or to a DC power supply that uses more than 16 V. This will ruin the terminal unit. DO NOT expose the terminal unit to rain, snow or any liquids. DO NOT reverse the polarities of the power supply when conecting the terminal unit. DO NOT apply an RF signal of more than 20 dBm (100 mW) to the antenna connector. This could damage the terminal units front end.
To upgrade quality, any electrical or mechanical parts and internal circuits are subject to change without notice or obligation.
Be sure to include the following four points when ordering replacement parts: 1. 2. 3. 4. 10-digit order numbers Component part number and name Equipment model name and unit name Quantity required
1. Make sure a problem is internal before disassembling the terminal unit. 2. DO NOT open the terminal unit until the terminal unit is disconnected from its power source. 3. DO NOT force any of the variable components. Turn them slowly and smoothly. 4. DO NOT short any circuits or electronic parts. An insulated tuning tool MUST be used for all adjustments. 5. DO NOT keep power ON for a long time when the terminal unit is defective. 6. READ the instructions of test equipment thoroughly before connecting equipment to the terminal unit.
S.IC TA31136FN DS-100 DS-100 MAIN UNIT 5 pieces Rear panel 10 pieces Screw Icom screw E7
Addresses are provided on the inside back cover for your convenience.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SPECIFICATIONS
3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7
RECEIVER CIRCUITS. 3 - 1 PLL CIRCUIT. 3 - 2 DSC CIRCUIT. 3 - 2 NMEA AND DATA INTERFACE CIRCUITS. 3 - 2 POWER SUPLLY CIRCUIT. 3 - 2 LOGIC CIRCUIT. 3 - 2 PORT ALLOCATIONS. 3 - 2
PREPARATION. 4 - 1 REFERENCE AND RECEIVER ADJUSTMENTS. 4 - 2
LOGIC UNIT. 8 - 1 MAIN UNIT. 8 - 3
SECTION 9 SECTION 10
BLOCK DIAGRAM VOLTAGE DIAGRAM
10 - 1 LOGIC UNIT. 10 - - 2 MAIN UNIT. 10 - 2
Frequency coverage Mode Power supply requirement Usable temperature range
: 156.525 MHz (Ch 70) Rx only : 16K0G2B : 13.8 V DC (negative ground) : 20C to +60C : 1.0 A (approx.) : 50 (nominal) : 100 k (nominal) : 165(W)110(H)78(D) mm : 1 kg (approx.)
Current drain (at 13.8 V DC) Antenna impedance Output impedance (for testing) Dimensions (projections not included) Weight
Receive system Intermediate frequencies Sensitivity Adjacent channel selectivity Spurious response Intermodulation rejection ratio Hum and noise : Double conversion superheterodyne system : 1st 2nd 21.7 MHz 450 kHz
: -10 dB typical at 12 dB SINAD : 70 dB : 70 dB : 68 dB : 40 dB
Specifications are measured in accordance with EN301-025.
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
Speaker (SP1: PS1740P02)
2nd IF filter (FI3: ALFY450E) FM IF IC (IC1: TA31136FN)
1st mixer (Q2: 3SK166) Crystal filter (FI1, FI2: FL-310)
DSC decoder (IC4: NJM2211M) Reference Oscillator (X2: CR-659 21.25 MHz)
PLL IC (IC2: PD3140GS)
LCD driver IC6, IC7: HD61202UFS IC8: HD61203UFS
System clock (X1: CR610 7.9872 MHz) CPU (IC1: MB90F583BPFV-G)
Reset IC (IC4: S-80928ANMP)
Inverter IC (IC5: NJM2360M)
The 1st IF signal from the IF amplifier is applied to the 2nd mixer section of the FM IF IC (IC1, pin 16), and is mixed with the 2nd LO signal to be converted into a 450 kHz 2nd IF signal. The FM IF IC contains the 2nd mixer, limiter amplifier, quadrature detector and active filter circuits. A 2nd LO signal (21.25 MHz) is produced at the PLL circuit using reference frequency. The 2nd IF signal from the 2nd mixer (IC1, pin 3) passes through ceramic filter (FI3) to remove unwanted heterodyned frequencies. It is then amplified at the limiter amplifier (IC1, pin 5), and is applied to the quadrature detector (IC1, pins 10, 11) to demodulate the 2nd IF signal into AF signals.
3-1 RECEIVER CIRCUITS
3-1-1 RF AMPLIFER CIRCUIT (MAIN UNIT)
The RF circuit amplifies signals within the range of frequency coverage and filters out-of-band signals. The signals from the antenna connector are amplified at the RF amplifier (Q1) via the bandpass filter (L1, C3). The amplified signals are applied to the 1st mixer circuit (Q2) after outof-band signals are suppressed at the 3-stage of bandpass filters (L2, L3, L4, C11, C14, C17).
3-1-2 1ST MIXER AND 1ST IF CIRCUITS (MAIN UNIT)
The 1st mixer circuit converts the received signal into a fixed frequency of the 1st IF signal with a PLL output frequency. By changing the PLL frequency, only the desired frequency will pass through a crystal filter at the next stage of the 1st mixer. The signals from the RF circuit are mixed at the 1st mixer (Q2) with a 1st LO signal coming from the PLL circuit to produce a 21.7 MHz 1st IF signal. The 1st IF signal is applied to the crystal filters (FI1, FI2) to suppress out-of-band signals. The filtered 1st IF signal is amplified at the 1st IF amplifier (Q3), then applied to the 2nd mixer circuit (IC1, pin 16).
3-1-4 SQUELCH CIRCUIT (MAIN UNIT)
A portion of the AF signals from the FM IF IC (IC1, pin 9) is applied to the active filter section (IC1, pin 8) where noise components are amplified and detected with an internal noise detector. The squelch level adjustment pot (R29) is connected to the active filter input (pin 8) to control the input noise level. The active filter section amplifies noise components. The filtered signals are rectified at the noise detector section and converted into SQL signal (DC voltage) at the noise comparator section. The SQL signal is output from pin 13. This squelch circuit is only used for the BUSY detection of Ch70, and is not related the DSC decoder sensitivity and etc.
3-1-3 2ND IF AND DEMODULATOR CIRCUITS (MAIN UNIT)
The 2nd mixer circuit converts the 1st IF signal into a 2nd IF signal. A double conversion superheterodyne system (which converts receive signals twice) improves the image rejection ratio and obtains stable receiver gain.
2nd IF and demodulator circuits
2nd IF filter 450 kHz FI3 (21.25 MHz) 17 16
Squelch level adjustment pot
7 Noise detector Limiter amp.
PLL IC IC2
Active filter FM detector
X2 21.25 MHz
9 AF signal "DEMOD" X1 R8V 13 1st IF (21.7 MHz) from Q3 "SQL" signal to the CPU (LOGIC unit; IC1) pin 38 16
3-2 PLL CIRCUIT
3-2-1 PLL CIRCUIT (MAIN UNIT)
A PLL circuit provides stable oscillation of the receiver 1st LO frequency. The PLL output compares the phase of the divided VCO frequency to the reference frequency. The PLL output frequency is controlled by the divided ratio (N-data) of a programmable divider. The PLL IC (IC2) contains a prescaler, programmable counter, programmable divider phase detector, charge pomp and etc. The entered signal is divided at the prescaler and programmable counter section by the N-data ratio from the CPU. The divided signal is detected on phase at the phase detector using the reference frequency (21.25 MHz). If the oscillated signal drifts, its phase changes from that of the reference frequency, causing a lock voltage change to compensate for the drift in the oscillated frequency.
3-4 NMEA AND DATA INTERFACE CIRCUITS
3-4-1 NMEA CIRCUIT (MAIN UNIT)
The NMEA signals (GGA) from OPC-945 are applied to IC5 and are shaped waveform at IC6, and are then applied to the CPU.
3-4-2 DATA INTERFACE CIRCUIT (MAIN UNIT)
The control signals from the connected transceiver with OPC-951 are applied to IC8 and are shaped wave form at IC6, and are then applied to the CPU.
3-5 POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITS
3-5-1 VOLTAGE LINE (MAIN UNIT)
LINE 13.8 V DESCRIPTION The voltage from the connected transceiver. Common 8 V converted from the 13.8 V line and regulated by the 8 V regulator circuit (IC9). Common 5 V converted from the 8 V line and regulated by the 5 V regulator circuit (IC10). 8 V for receiver circuits regulated by the R8V regulator circuit (Q15, Q16).
3-3 DSC CIRCUITS
3-3-1 DSC DECODE CIRCUIT (MAIN UNIT)
The AF signals from FM IF IC (IC1, pin 9) are filtered at the bandpass filter (IC3) with +18 dB/octave characteristics to remove except 1300 Hz and 2100 Hz signals. The filtered signals are converted analog signals into digital signals at IC4, and are then applied to the CPU after shaping waveform at IC6.
8V 5V R8V
3-3-2 DSC ENCODE CIRCUT (MAIN UNIT)
The DSC signals from the D/A outputs of CPU are amplified at the buffer amplifier (Q17) and converted into 600 impedance at T1. The signals are output to the connected transceiver as floating system output.
Buffer Q8 VCO Buffer Q6 Q5, D4, D5 Loop filter IC2 (PLL IC) 8 Phase detector Programmable counter 2 Buffer Q7 to 1st mixer circuit
Programmable divider 21.25 MHz signal to the FM IF IC 17 16
3 PSTB 4 PCK 5 PDATA
3-6 LOGIC CIRCUITS (LOGIC UNIT)
CPU IC1 is 16 bit single chip microcomputer and contains serial I/O, timer, A/D converter, D/A converter, programmable I/O, ROM and RAM. SYSTEM CLOCK CIRCUIT X1 is a high-stability crystal oscillator and oscillated a 7.9872 MHz system clock for the CPU (IC1). RESET CIRCUIT IC4 is a reset IC. When turn power ON, IC4 outputs a reset signal (LOW pulse) to CPU (IC1, pin 75). LCD DRIVER IC6IC8 are LCD driver for a dot matrix LCD. INVERTER CIRCUIT IC4 is a 8V DC-DC converter IC and converts 8 V from the HV line. The converted voltage (8V) is used for driving the LCD. CLOCK CIRCUIT IC3 is a clock IC and also used for backup the position/time information for DSC. DIMMER CIRCUIT Q2, Q3, Q6 are dimmer circuit and control the LCD backlight (LED). Pin number 31 Port name CADJ Description Outputs control signal for the LCD contrast. Input port for serial signal from the NMEA connector (MAIN unit; J1) via the photo coupler (MAIN unit; IC5) and buffer amplifer (MAIN unit; IC6). Outputs serial signal to the NMEA connector (MAIN unit; J1) via the buffer amplifier (Q13, Q14, D11). Input port for noise level signal (DC voltage) for squelch operation. Output LCD backlight control signals for the dimmer circuit (Q2, Q3, Q6). Input port for the DSC decode signal. Low : DSC signal is decoded. Input port for the PLL unlock signal. Low : While PLL is locked. Outputs chip select signal for the LCD drivers (IC6IC8). Output control signals for the LCD driver (IC6IC8). Input port for the control signal from IC-M501EURO via the photo coupler (MAIN unit; IC8) and buffer amplifier (MAIN unit; IC6). Outputs the control signal to ICM501EURO via the Buffer amplifier (MAIN unit; Q11, Q12, D10). Outputs busy LED (MAIN unit; DS1) control signal.
52, 53 54, 55, 56
SQL DIM0 DIM3 DDEC UNLK CS1, CS2 RW, DI, E
3-7 PORT ALLOCATIONS
3-7-1 CPU (LOGIC UNIT)
Pin number Port name KEY-3 KEY-9 KEY-0 KEY-L KEY-U KEY-D KEY-R KEY-A Description Input port for the  keys.
60 Input port for the  key. Input port for the [LEFT] key. Input port for the [UP] key. Input port for the [DOWN] key. Input port for the [RIGHT] key. Input port for the [A/a] key. 98 99, 100
KEY-ENT Input port for the [ENT] key. KEY-CLR Input port for the [CLR] key. KEY-CAL Input port for the [CALL] key. KEY-DTR Input port for the [DISTRESS] key. BEEP CCS PSTB DB0 DB7 SCK SO SI KEY-1, KEY-2 Outputs beep audio signal. Outputs chip select signal for the clock IC (IC3). Outputs strobe signals for the PLL circuit. Output data signals for the LCD driver (IC6IC8). Outputs clock signal to the clock IC (IC3). Outputs serial signal for the clock IC (IC3). Input port for serial signal from the clock IC (IC3). Input port for the ,  keys.
KEY-BS Input port for the [BS] key. CLRX CLTX ECK EDA Input port for the cloning data from the buffer (MAIN unit; D8). Output port for the cloning data to the buffer (MAIN unit; Q9). Outputs clock signal for EEPROM (IC2). Outputs serial data signal for EEPROM (IC2). Outputs the R8V regulator circuit (MAIN unit; Q15, Q16) control signal. High : While receiving
D/A output port for the DSC encode DSMOD signal to the buffer amplifier (MAIN unit; Q17).
SECTION 4 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
s REQUIRED TEST EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT DC power supply GRADE AND RANGE Output voltage : 13.8 V DC Current capacity : 2 A or more Frequency range : 0.1300 MHz Frequency accuracy: 1 ppm or better Sensitivity : 100 mV or better Frequency range Output level Frequency range Measuring range EQUIPMENT Digital multimeter DC voltmeter AC millivoltmeter GRADE AND RANGE Measuring range : 10 mV10 V Input impedance Measuring range Frequency range Measuring range Input impedance Capacity Impedance : 50 k/V DC or better : 10 mV10 V : DC20 MHz : 0.0120 V :4 : 5 W or more : 100 k
Standard signal generator (SSG) Distortion meter
: 0.1300 MHz Oscilloscope : 0.1 V32 mV (127 to 17 dBm) External speaker : 1 kHz 10 % : 1100 % Terminator
to the antenna connector
Standard signal generator 17 to 125 dBm (32 mV to 0.13 V)
DC power supply 13.8 V /15 A + to DC cable Black Red
4-2 REFERENCE AND RECEIVER ADJUSTMENTS
ADJUSTMENT LOCK VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT CONDITION MEASUREMENT UNIT 1 Receiving MAIN LOCATION Connect a digital multi-meter or oscilloscope to check point CP3. Connect a frequency counter to check point CP4. Connect a digital multi-meter or oscilloscope to check point CP1. 2.1 V VALUE ADJUSTMENT POINT UNIT MAIN ADJUST L9
REFERENCE 1 Receiving FREQUENCY
SENSITIVITY 1 Connect an distortion meter with an 100 k dummy load to the extenal speaker jack J4 on MAIN unit. Connect an SSG to the antenna connector and set as: Frequency : 156.525 MHz Level : 10 V* (97 dBm) Modulation : 1 kHz Deviation : 3.0 kHz Receiving SQUELCH 1 Turn R29 counter clockwise on the MAIN unit to 9 oclock position. Connect an SSG to the antenna connector and set as: Frequency : 156.525 MHz Level : 0.25 V* (119 dBm) Modulation : 1 kHz Deviation : 3.0 kHz Receiving
L1, L2, L3, L4
At the point where the check point DS1 just turns OFF.
Turn R29 to clockwise.
*This output level of a standard signal generator (SSG) is indicated as SSGs open circuit.
Reference frequency adjustment
Lock voltage adjustment
Lock voltage check point
Reference frequency check point
Sensitivity check point
Squelch check point
External SP connector
SECTION 5 PARTS LIST
IC1 IC2 IC3 IC4 IC5 IC6 IC7 IC8 IC9 IC10
S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC S.IC MB90F583BPFV-G HN58X2432TI RTC-4553A S-80928ANMP-DDR-T2 NJM2360M-TE3 HD61202UFS HD61202UFS HD61203UFS NJM2058M-T1 NJM2058M-T1
R47 R48 R49 R50 R51 R52 R53 R54 R55 R56 R57 R60 R61 R62 R63 R64 R65 R66 R67 R68 R69 R70 R71 R72 R73 R74 R75 R76 R77 R78 R79 R80 R81 R82 R83 R84 R87 R88 R89 R90 R91 R92 R93 R94 R95 R96 R97 R98 R99 R100 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107
7030003500 S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.THERMISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR S.RESISTOR
ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 183 V (18 k) ERJ3GEYJ 221 V (220 ) ERJ3GEYJ 150 V (15 ) ERJ3GEYJ 150 V (15 ) ERJ3GEYJ 150 V (15 ) ERJ3GEYJ 150 V (15 ) ERJ3GEYJ 150 V (15 ) ERJ3GEYJ 150 V (15 ) ERJ3GEYJ 332 V (3.3 k) ERJ3GEYJ 332 V (3.3 k) ERJ3GEYJ 153 V (15 k) ERJ3GEYJ 152 V (1.5 k) ERJ3GEYJ 332 V (3.3 k) ERJ3GEYJ 332 V (3.3 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 472 V (4.7 k) NTCCF2012 3SH 223KC-T ERJ3GEYJ 334 V (330 k) ERJ3GEYJ 824 V (820 k) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 225 V (2.2 M) ERJ3GEYJ 125 V (1.2 M) ERJ3GEYJ 563 V (56 k) ERJ3GEYJ 154 V (150 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 471 V (470 ) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 100 V (10 ) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 394 V (390 k) ERJ3GEYJ 105 V (1 M) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 104 V (100 k) ERJ3GEYJ 203 V (20 k) ERJ3GEYJ 183 V (18 k) ERJ3GEYJ 203 V (20 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 102 V (1 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 393 V (39 k) ERJ3GEYJ 473 V (47 k) ERJ3GEYJ 103 V (10 k) ERJ3GEYJ 332 V (3.3 k)
C152 C153 C154 C155 C156 C157
S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.TANTALUM S.CERAMIC S.CERAMIC S.ELECTROLYTIC C1608 JB 1H 102K-T-A C1608 JB 1H 102K-T-A ECST1DY475R C1608 JB 1H 821K-T-A C1608 JB 1H 222K-T-A ECEV1CA100SR
J1 J2 J3 J4
S.CONNECTOR S.CONNECTOR S.CONNECTOR S.CONNECTOR
B5B-PH-SM3-TB B10B-ZR-SM3-TF 52559-2290 B02B-EH-S
2520000110 PIEZO BUZZER
S.=Surface mount 5-4
REF. NO. J1 W1 W2 EP1 MP3 MP4 MP5 MP6 MP7 MP16 MP18 MP19 MP20 MP21 MP22 MP23 MP25 MP26 MP27 ORDER NO. 8930049320
DESCRIPTION QTY. 1
Connector MR-DS-E 01 Cable OPC-945 Cable OPC-951 Bead ZCAT2436-1330A-M 2349 heatsink 2349 front panel assembly 2345 rear panel assembly 2345 F-packing 2345 R-packing 2345 A-IC crip Screw PH BT MNI-ZU Screw PH BT MNI-ZU Screw MSUS Icom screw E7 O ring (AD) Flat washer M3 (370.5) SUS Screw MSUS 1542 ANT seal 2288 VENT. sheet
REF. NO. SP1 MP1 ORDER NO. DESCRIPTION Piezo buzzer PS1740PVCO case QTY. 1 1
REF. NO. J3 BT1 DS1 EP2 MP1 MP2 MP3 ORDER NO. 8930052530 DESCRIPTION Connector BH-800.8 Lithium CR2032 LCD TSD0402-UFFDCW LCD contact SRCN-2349-SP-N-W-reflector 2349 LCD holder 2349 LCD filter QTY. 1
REF. NO. MP1 MP2 MP3 MP4 MP5 ORDER NO. 8850000180 DESCRIPTION 2040 knob bolt (black) 2345 mobile bracket-1 Spring washer M5 SUS Screw PH A MSUS Flat washer M5 SUS QTY. 2
PH: Pan head SUS: Stainless
BT: Self-Tapping NI-ZU: Nickel-zinc
MP21 (CH) MP23 (CH) MP22 (CH) MP7 (CH) MP25 (CH) J1 (CH) MP26 (CH) MP3 (CH)
W1 (CH) MP20 (CH)
W2 (CH) J3 (L) +BT1 (L) MAIN UNIT
MP16 (CH) MP18 (CH) MP19 (CH) W2 (CH)
MP4 (CH) MP3 (L) EP2 (L)
Unit abbreviations (CH): CHASSIS PARTS (M): MAIN UNIT (L): LOGIC UNIT
2SC2714 Y (Symbol: QY) 2SC4116 BL (Symbol: LL) 2SC4215 O (Symbol: QO) 1SS184 (Symbol: B3) 1SS355 (Symbol: A) DA204 U T107 (Symbol: K) HSU88TRF (Symbol: 9) MA363 B (Symbol: 6D)
TRANSISTORS AND FETS
2SA1362 GR (Symbol: AEG) 2SB1132 T100 R (Symbol: BAR)
B B C E E C E B C
A1 C A2 A C A C
2SK210 GR (Symbol: YG)
3SK166A-2-T7 (Symbol: K)
3SK292 (Symbol: UK)
DTC144 TU T107 (Symbol: 06)
RN1404 (Symbol: XD)
MA8036 L (Symbol: 3_6)
MA8043 L (Symbol: 4_3)
MA8056 M (Symbol: 5-6)
SB10 05PCP TD (Symbol: SA)
8-1 LOGIC UNIT
PSTB PDATA CLTX RCEV DDEC GND NMEAO DATAS GND BUSY Vcc to MAIN unit J3 2
PCK UNLK CLRX SQL DSMOD NMEAI DATAM 5V GND 8V BEEP
8-2 MAIN UNIT
JGND Vcc DSC DSC+ DATAM+ DATAM DATAS+ DATAS ICF3 GND 10 to OPC-951
BEEP Vcc 8V BUSY GND GND 5V DATAS DATAM NMEAO NMEAI GND DSMOD DDEC SQL RCEV CLRX CLTX UNLK PDATA PCK PSTB
J1 NMEAI+ 1 NMEAI NMEAO+ to OPC-945 ICFGND
to LOGIC unit J1
Q18, Q19 2SC4116
ANT IC4 NJM2211M DSC DECODER FM IF IC SQL IC3 M5218AFP IC1 TA31136FN Q3 2SC2714 FI1, FI2 FL-310 Q2 3SK166 3stage Q1 3SK292 1stage
X2 CR-659 (21.25MHz) IC2 PD3140GS Q7 2SC4215 5V IC10 TA7805F 8V
Q5 2SK210 D4, D5 MA363B VCO
Q8 2SC4215 R8V
Q15 2SB1132 Q16 DTC144TU
IC9 TA7808S Vcc
RCEV PLL DATA BUS
MAIN unit LOGIC unit
Q17 2SC4116 DSC+
IC2 HN58X2432TI EEPROM DSC (Port)
IC5 TLP121 PHOTO COUPLER
NMEAI X1 CR-610 X2 DMX-26S IC4 S-80928ANMP RESET NMEAO CLTX CLRX
Q13 2SC4116 Q14 DTC144TU D11 DA204U Q9 DTC144TU D8 DA204U
IC3 RTC-4553A CLOCK DATAS DATAM IC6 TC7W14FU KEY IC8 TLP121 PHOTO COUPLER Q11 2SC4116 Q12 DTC144TU D10 DA204U
IC6, IC7 HD61202UFS IC8 HD61203UFS DISTRESS SW
Q2, Q6 2SC4116 Q3 2SB1132 LED DIM CTRL SP1 BEEP
R73 4.7k R72 10k R75 330k
R65 IC10D 15 NJM2058M R78 2.2M 12 R77 47k R76 820k R64 IC10C 15 NJM2058M R79 1.2M R81 150k IC10B NJM2058M R71 3.3k
10-1 LOGIC UNIT
C27 0.001 V1 V14 R80 56k 3 R82 100k R69 1.5k R70 3.3k 5V -8V V4 V3 V2 V1 CL M FRM V6 5V CADJ FRM M CL V3 V4 -8V 4 R62 IC9C 15 NJM2058M 10 R68 15k IC10A 11 NJM2058M 1 RR61 IC9B 15 NJM2058M 5 R67 3.3k FRM E FAI1 FAI2 CL DI RW RST CS1 V5
DS1 DS2 C NC R NC CR STB SHL GND NC MS FAI1 FAI2 NC FRM M NC FCS DR
SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 SEG5 SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 SEG9 SEG10 SEG11 SEG12 SEG13 SEG14 SEG15 SEG16 SEG17 SEG18 SEG19 SEG20 SEG21 SEG22 SEG23 SEG24 SEG25 SEG26 SEG27 SEG28 SEG29 SEG30 SEG31 SEG32 SEG33 SEG34 SEG35 SEG36 SEG37 SEG38 SEG39 SEG40 SEG41 SEG42 SEG43 SEG44 SEG45 SEG46 SEG47 SEG48 SEG49 SEG50 SEG51 SEG52 SEG53 SEG54 SEG55 SEG56 SEG57 SEG58 SEG59 SEG60 SEG61 SEG62 SEG63 SEG64
CL1 CL2 TH V1R V2R V5R V6R VEE X64 X63 X62 X61 X60 X59 X58 X57 X56 X55 X54 X53 X52 X51 X50 X49 X48 X47 X46 X45 X44 X43
FS DL VCC V1L V2L V5L V6L VEE X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12 X13 X14 X15 X16 X17 X18 X19 X20 X21 X22 X23 X24 X25 X26 X27 X28 X29 X30 X31 X32 X33 X34 X35 X36 X37 X38 X39 X40 X41 X81
SEG65 SEG66 SEG67 SEG68 SEG69 SEG70 SEG71 SEG72 SEG73 SEG74 SEG75 SEG76 SEG77 SEG78 SEG79 SEG80 SEG81 SEG82 SEG83 SEG84 SEG85 SEG86 SEG87 SEG88 SEG89 SEG90 SEG91 SEG92 SEG93 SEG94 SEG95 SEG96 SEG97 SEG98 SEG99 SEG100 SEG101 SEG102 SEG103 SEG104 SEG105 SEG106 SEG107 SEG108 SEG109 SEG110 SEG111 SEG112 SEG113 SEG114 SEG115 SEG116 SEG117 SEG118 SEG119 SEG120 SEG121 SEG122 SEG123 SEG124 SEG125 SEG126 SEG127 SEG192 SEG65 SEG66 SEG67 SEG68 SEG69 SEG70 SEG71 SEG72 SEG73 SEG74 SEG75 SEG76 SEG77 SEG78 SEG79 SEG80 SEG81 SEG82 SEG83 SEG84 SEG85 SEG86 SEG87 SEG88 SEG89 SEG90 SEG91 SEG92 SEG93 SEG94 SEG95 SEG96 SEG97 SEG98 SEG99 SEG100 SEG101 SEG102 SEG103 SEG104 SEG105 SEG106 SEG107 SEG108 SEG109 SEG110 SEG111 SEG112 SEG113 SEG114 SEG115 SEG116 SEG117 SEG118 SEG119 SEG120 SEG121 SEG122 SEG123 SEG124 SEG125 SEG126 SEG127 SEG128
COM1 COM2 COM3 COM4 COM5 COM6 COM7 COM8 COM9 COM10 COM11 COM12 COM13 COM14 COM15 COM16 COM17 COM18 COM19 COM20 COM21 COM22
COM23 COM24 COM25 COM26 COM27 COM28 COM29 COM30 COM31 COM32 COM33 COM34 COM35 COM36 COM37 COM38 COM39 COM40 COM41 COM42 RRRRDS2
CONTRAST 1 : 1.4V
NMEAI NMEAO SQL
-8V TAUX3 TMODE R42 100k C23 0.001 DDIM
0 : 3.9V
C13 C12 0.R107 3.3k R106 10k
8 : 7.98V
2 : 5.5V
DIM0 DIM1 DIM2 DIM3 R41 100k
A0 A1 A2 VSS R102 1k VCC GND SCL SDA 6 5
C22 C21 0.001 0.001
DS17 DS18 DS19
DS24 DS25 DS26
C33 0.001 R104 39k
P71 P72 DVRH DVSS P73/DA00 P74/DA01 AVCC AVRH AVRL AVSS P50/AN0/SIN3 P51/AN1/SOT3 P52/AN2/SCK3 P53/AN3 VSS P54/AN4/SIN4 P55/AN5/SOT4 P56/AN6/SCK4 P57/AN7 P80/IRQ0 P81/IRQ1 MD0 MD1 MD2 HSTK
CS1 CS2 RW DI E DATAS DATAM BUSY R40 100K CC11 0.001 L1 SLF7032T-221MR29-2 CC8 0.001 R38 1.5k R37 8.2k C10 270p IC5 NJM2360M CS ES CT GND CD SI V+ INVIN J3 R39 100K KEY_ENT KEY_CLR KEY_CAL KEY_DTR BEEP CCS PSTB RST 75 C17 24p R91 RC16 24p X1 CR-610
R29 100k R99 10k R30 100k
RDS29 DS28 DS27 DS30
R100 R97 18k 10k DIM0
R103 R56 18k 10k
R101 R98 20k 10k
R96 20k DIM1
DIM3 S4 S11 A/ SS1 DS39 S16
CLTX CLRX SCK0 SOT0 SIN0 KEY_BS KEY_A KEY_R KEY_D KEY_U KEY_L IC1 MB90F583BPFV-G
R9 DS40 S19 < DS33 DS31 DS32
100k R10 100k SR11 100k 8 SS5 R12 100k 2 S2 R13 100k DS42 RR14 100k S17 RR15 100k R16 100k 76 S18 S12 R17 100k 3 S3 S9 S6 R18 100k R19 100k R20 100k S20 R21 100k < R22 100k 7 R23 100k R24 100k R95 100k C15 0.001 R94 100k 5V CP2 C14 0.001 R25 100k R26 100k R27 100k 8 R28 100k R31 100k GND TPOUT WR SOUT SIN CS1 SCK CS0 L1 L5 L2 L4 L3 VDD IC3 RTC-4553A KEY_0 KEY_9 KEY_8 KEY_7 KEY_6 KEY_5 KEY_4 KEY_3
P82/IRQ2 P83/IRQ3 P84/IRQ4 P85/IRQ5 P86/IRQ6 P87/IRQ7 P60/SIN2 P61/SOT2 P62/SCK2 P63/PPG1 P64/PPG0 P65/CKOT TX* RX* P90/TIN0/IN0 P91/TIN1/IN1 P92/TIN2/IN2 P93/TOT0/IN3 P94/TOT1/OUT0 P95/TOT2/OUT1 P96/PWC P97POT PA0 PA1 RSTX
Urc-6011 YBR125-2004 Gate II MSC 3DX UX-N1W HTR-5240RDS VGN-NR11s-S DCM-270 Laver 5023 Architecture 2008 DH-110 SP-565 UZ Camry Headset HDR-HC3EK STR-DH800 MG8150 Wild Arms GT-I6220 Toptec 2100 Thinkpad Z61 DVP-NS50p-S DSC-S40 A3150 IS Tandberg T24 Futaba 3PL 32PF9967D Dragon Roland EXR7 LAC-M6500R Controller Asko T721 6650 Fold DVD-S657 Avid EDL CDL900 NAD L53 Array DSC-H9 DVD-VR375 32PFL7433D VPL-CS3 DSB-A200C KV-13TR27 CQ-C1323NW UE26C4000PW LT CSI TFT LCD AVC-A11SR LS240CP SGH-E100 12 0 LX-1050 EOB68000X Eu2 RX-V520RDS S400I DMR-EX85 FR-7X Review ZM21MG Portege A600 Azamerica S807 MDR-RF925RK SL200 Singer 4220 PD-M426 EPL-5700L GV-D800E Xterra-2004 VAX 6131 Calios 1 Modus HP Mini DI1811P Nikkor 10 E AJ3916 Explorer 380 GPS 12CX CLX-2160N Dreamweaver Jr De Luxe Conroe1333-D667 Smartdraw BKR-06401-NAE 1000 Tmet CCD-TR315 XQB42-128 32LG30R Aspire-9810 Urc-3300N Elna 8006 Singer 2263 TXL37G20E T8611M Lexmark C760 Beyond 400 ABS Korg NS5R Ovens
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