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octinum 3:23pm on Thursday, August 26th, 2010 
The silicone fittings are changeable so you can choose the right size for your ears. Bad thing about that is that they tend to fall off now and then.
johnsha 6:25am on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 
Very good....when they work! Bought my 2nd pair of these in February. Great value, and a decent sound... Creative EP-830 Noise Isolating Earphones Very disappointed with these earphones, i bought them off the back of very good reviews i had read. Headphones Arrived quickly. Earphones work very well but no good if your lug holes are smaller than the average person.
dkmweeks 3:30am on Tuesday, July 13th, 2010 
Not only do I like bacon, but I love the way it smells when it is cooking Inexpensive, but sound great The wire is a little thin. Not a big deal.
- amar - 7:36am on Monday, June 14th, 2010 
I use this in my 1998 car with a tape deck to connect my ipod. I find the fm transmitters annoying, and unreliable. This is much simpler. It was fast fun and easy. Stuck the cassette in plug in my MP3 player and listen to good quality music with no static. Easy Setup","Good Quality".
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Sound quality??? After reading other review I am extremely surprised at what I am listening to. Amazing Creative EP-630 In-Ear Noise-Isolating Headphones (Black) I got a pair of these when I ordered my XPS computer system back in 2008. Small price for big sound For $16.00, what can you say! I was quite pleased with the sound for such a small price.
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"This is my 3rd tape adapter for my iPod - first was Monster Cable, then Dynex (?) - which was the worst, and now this Sony one. "This sony cassette player with the attached ipod wire works really well. It is also easy to use.
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My first IEM were "Koss Spark Plug" ( 2 pairs ) and I thought they were good, but after trying EP-630 I forgot "Plugs" like a horrible nightmare. These came with my Dell XPS 1530 and I tried them for the first time and really was impressed.

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LOW appears when low output power is selected Neither indicator appears when high output power is selected. !4 NARROW FM MODE INDICATOR Appears when narrow FM mode is selected (available with the Europe version only; p. 58). !5 AUDIO MUTE INDICATOR Appears when the audio mute function is activated via microphone control.
This function is cancelled when any switch or control is operated.

s Rear panel

q SPEAKER JACK [SP] Accepts an 8 speaker.
Audio output power is more than 2.4 W.
e ANTENNA CONNECTOR [ANT] Connects a 50 antenna with a PL-259 connector and a 50 coaxial cable.
w POWER RECEPTACLE [DC13.8V] Accepts 13.8 V DC 15% with the supplied DC power cable.
Current of 12 A or greater is required.
NOTE: DO NOT use a cigarette lighter socket as a power source when operating in a vehicle. The plug may cause voltage drops and ignition noise may be superimposed onto transmit or receive audio. 6

s Microphone (HM-98S*)

LOCK CALL MR

B F-1 F-2

y u i Mic element o

DTMF-S

FUNC PTT-M MW

TONE-1

TONE-2 16KEY LOCK
* A different microphone may be supplied depending on transceiver ver-
e VFO SWITCH [VFO(LOCK)] Push to select VFO mode. Push and hold to toggle the lock function ON and OFF. (p. 14) r MEMORY SWITCH [MR(CALL)] Push to select memory mode. (p. 26) Push and hold to select the call channel. (p. 32) t ACTIVITY INDICATOR Lights red while any key is pushed (except [FUNC] or [DTMF-S]. Lights red while transmitting. Lights green while the one-touch PTT function is in use. y NULL SWITCH [B] No function. u FUNCTION SWITCHES [F-1]/[F-2] (p. 57) Assign your desired key function from the front panel switches.
Default settings are [LOW] for [F-1] ([DUP] when pushed and held) and [TONE] for [F-2] ([T-SCAN] when pushed and held).
q UP/DOWN SWITCHES [Y]/[Z] Push either switch to change operating frequency, memory channel, set mode contents, etc. (pgs. 15, 26) Push and hold either switch to start scanning. (p. 37) w PTT SWITCH Push and hold to transmit; release to receive. Toggles between transmitting and receiving while the one-touch PTT function is in use. (p. 20)
i FUNCTION INDICATOR Lights orange while [FUNC] is activatedindicates the secondary function of switches can be accessed. Lights green when [DTMF-S] is activatedDTMF signals can be transmitted with the keypad. o KEYPAD Used for controlling the transceiver, transmitting DTMF signals, etc. See the following 2 pages for details. 7

s Microphone keypad

FUNCTION
Toggles between opening and closing the squelch. Starts and stops scanning. Starts and stops priority watch. Selects high output power. Selects mid output power. Selects low output power Selects duplex. Selects + duplex. Selects simplex. No primary function. (p. 37) (p. 42) (p. 19) (p. 19) (p. 19) (p. 21) (p. 21) (p. 21)
SECONDARY FUNCTION (after
No secondary function. No secondary function.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

Turns the one-touch PTT function ON and OFF. (p. 20) No secondary function. No secondary function. Turns the DTMF memory encoder function ON. (p. 44) Turns the subaudible tone encoder ON. (p. 21) Turns the pocket beep function ON. (p. 46) Turns the tone squelch function ON. (p. 46) While being pushed, transmits a 1750 Hz tone. (p. 22) After DTMF-S : Transmit the appropriate DTMF code or push [0] to [9], [A] to [D] to transmit the DTMF memory contents when the DTMF memory encoder is activated. (p. 22)

TONE-2

Clears a digit before entry. (p. 17) Cancels the scan, priority watch or DTMF memory function. (pgs. 16, 37, 43) Enters set mode and advances the set mode selection. Sets the keypad for numeral input (p. 17) Decreases the set mode selection order after entering set mode. No primary function.
Writes VFO contents into the memory or call channel. (p. 29) Advances the memory channel number when continuously pushed after programming is completed. (p. 28) DTMF memory OFF. [A] to [D] transmit DTMF (p. 44) Turns the subaudible tone encoder, pocket memories. beep or tone squelch OFF.(pgs. 21, 47, 46)

Mutes the audio.

(p. 18)
Mute function is released when any operation is performed.

16KEY LOCK

No primary function. No primary function.
Locks the digit keys on the keypad (including the A to D, # and M keys. (p. 14) After DTMF-S : Transmit the appropriate Sends a 1750 Hz tone signal for 0.5 sec. (p. 45) (p. 22) DTMF code.

INSTALLATION

s Using the mounting bracket
Drill 4 holes where the mounting bracket is to be installed.
Approx. 5.56 mm (316") when using nuts; approx. 23 mm (116") when using self-tapping screws.

s Location

Select a location which can support the weight of the transceiver and does not interfere with driving in any way. We recommend the locations shown in the diagram below. NEVER place the transceiver where normal operation of the vehicle may be hindered or where it could cause bodily injury. NEVER place the transceiver where air bag deployment may be obstructed. DO NOT place the transceiver where hot or cold air blows directly onto it. AVOID placing the transceiver in direct sunlight. EXAMPLE INSTALLATION LOCATIONS

Insert the supplied screws, nuts and washers through the
mounting bracket and tighten.
Adjust the angle for the clearest view of the function display.
Nut Spring washer Flat washer Mounting bracket
When using self-tapping screws Mounting nut Spring washer

s Battery connection

NEVER connect the transceiver directly to a 24 V battery. DO NOT use the cigarette lighter socket for power connections. Attach a rubber grommet when passing the DC power cable
s DC power supply connection
Use a 13.8 V DC power supply with more than 12 A capacity. Make sure the ground terminal of the DC power supply is grounded.
CONNECTING TO A DC POWER SOURCE
See p. 62 for fuse replacement. Grommet
CONNECTING TO A DC POWER SUPPLY
See p. 62 for fuse replacement.
black Fuses 20 A black red to an AC outlet

DC power supply 13.8 V

Supplied DC power cable black red

Fuses 20 A

s Antenna installation

D Antenna location

To obtain maximum performance from the transceiver, select a high-quality antenna and mount it in a good location. A nonradial antenna should be used when using a magnetic mount.

Trunk-mount antenna

D Antenna connector
The antenna uses a PL-259 connector.

PL-259 CONNECTOR

Roof-mount antenna (Drill a hole or use a magnetic mount.) Gutter-mount antenna

Slide the coupling ring

down. Strip the cable jacket and soft solder.

Coupling ring

10 mm (soft solder)

Strip the cable as

shown at right. Soft solder the center conductor.

Soft solder

Slide the connector

body on and solder it.

solder solder

Screw the coupling ring

onto the body. connector (10 mm 38 in) 12

SETTING A FREQUENCY

s Preparation

D Turning power ON/OFF

NOTE: Before operating the transceiver for the first time its a good idea to reset the transceivers CPU. This will ensure that all transceiver settings are at their defaults. See p. 62 for CPU resetting details. Push [PWR] for 1 sec. to turn power ON or OFF.

Push [PWR] for 1 sec.

D VFO and memory modes
The transceiver has 2 basic operating modes: VFO mode and memory mode. Push [V/MHz] to select VFO mode when the transceiver is not in VFO mode.

If VFO mode is already selected, the digits below 100* kHz disappear. In this case, push [V/MHz] again (or push twice or 3 times depending on version). *The digits below 1 or 10 MHz disappear for some versions.

VFO mode is selected.

Appears when memory mode is selected.
Push [VFO] to select VFO mode.
Note that in this manual, sections beginning with a microphone icon (as above), designate operation via the HM-98S microphone.

s Lock functions

To prevent accidental frequency changes and unnecessary function access, use the lock function. The transceiver has 2 different lock functions.

D Microphone keypad lock

This function locks the microphone keypad. Push [FUNC] then [16KEYLOCK] to toggle 16 KEY LOCK the microphone keypad lock function ON and # OFF.
[PTT] and the 7 keys on the upper half of the microphone can be used. All switches on the transceiver can be used. The keypad lock function is released when the power is turned OFF then ON again.

D Frequency lock

This function locks the tuning dial and switches electronically and can be used together with the microphone lock function. Push and hold [(SET)LOCK] until L appears in the memory channel readout to activate the function.
To cancel the function, push and hold [LOCK] until L disappears. [PTT], [MONI], [VOL] and [SQL] can be used while the frequency lock function is in use. Also, TONE-1, TONE-2, DTMF tones or DTMF memory contents can be transmitted from the microphone.
L appears while the frequency lock function is in use.
Push and hold [(VFO)LOCK] for 1 sec. to toggle the funcLOCK tion ON and OFF.

s Using the tuning dial

Rotate the tuning dial to set the frequency.
If VFO mode is not selected, push [V/MHz] to select VFO mode. The frequency changes according to the selected tuning steps. (p. 16)

s Using the [Y]/[Z] keys

Push [Y] or [Z] to select the desired frequency.
YZ If VFO mode is not selected, push [VFO] to select it. The frequency changes according to the selected tuning steps. (p. 16) Pushing [Y] or [Z] for more than 0.5 sec. activates a scan. If this happens, push [Y] or [Z] again to cancel the scan.
To change the frequency in 1 MHz (10 MHz for some versions) steps, push [V/MHz], then rotate the tuning dial.
Pushing [V/MHz] for 1 sec. starts a scan function. If this happens, push [V/MHz] again to stop the scan.
NOTE: 1 MHz steps cannot be used via the [Y]/[Z] keys.
The display shows that the 1 MHz tuning step is selected.
Push [VFO] to select VFO mode, if necessary. Push [FSET] one or more times until TS appears as shown below left.
Push [ENT] to reverse the order of selection. Cancel the DTMF memory function in advance, if necessary. (p. 44) Push [Y] or [Z] to select the tuning step. Push [CLR] to exit set mode.

s Tuning step selection

D 1750 Hz tone

A 1750 Hz tone is required to access most EuroTONE-1 pean repeaters. The microphone has 1750 Hz
tone capability. Push [FUNC].
The mode indicator lights orange.
Push [TONE-1] to transmit a 1750 Hz tone call signal for 0.5 sec.; push and hold [TONE-2] to transmit a 1750 Hz tone call signal for an arbitrary period.
TONE-2 The mode indicator goes out automatically. The optional HM-90 also has 1750 Hz tone capability.

s Subaudible tone

(encoder function)
The display shows that an 88.5 Hz subaudible tone frequency is set for repeater use.
Set the mode/channel you wish to set the subaudible tone encoder frequency to, such as VFO mode, memory/call channel or scratch pad memory.
The subaudible tone frequency is independently programmed into each mode or channel.
Select the mode/channel you wish to set the subaudible
tone encoder frequency to, such as VFO mode or memory/call channel. Push [SET] one or more times until T and rT appears for repeater use; or until T SQL and CT appears for tone squelch or pocket beep use.
Push [MONI] to reverse the order of selection. Cancel the DTMF memory encoder function in advance, if necessary. (p. 45)
Push [FSET] one or more times until T and rT appears for repeater use; or until T SQL and CT appears for tone squelch or pocket beep use.
Pushing [GENT] reverses the order of selection. Cancel the DTMF memory encoder function in advance, if necessary. (p. 45)
Push [Y] or [Z] to select and set the desired frequency.
Pushing and holding [Y] or [Z] changes the frequency continuously.
Rotate the tuning dial to select and set the desired frequency.
Push [ECLR] to exit set mode. Subaudible tone frequency list
67.0 69.3 71.9 74.4 77.0 79.7 82.5 85.4 88.5 91.5 94.8 97.4 100.0 103.5 107.2 110.9 114.8 118.8 123.0 127.3 131.8 136.5 141.3 146.2 151.4 156.7 159.8 162.2 165.5 167.9 171.3 173.8 177.3 179.9 183.5 186.2 189.9 192.8 196.6 199.5
Push [V/MHz] to exit set mode.
NOTE: The subaudible tone encoder frequency can be set in a memory channel temporarily. However, the set contents are cleared once the memory/call mode is selected. To store the tone frequency permanently, overwrite the channel information.

(unit: Hz)

203.5 206.5 210.7 218.1 225.7 229.1 233.6 241.8 250.3 254.1
Set the mode/channel you wish to set the offset frequency to, such as VFO mode, memory/call channel or scratch pad memory.

The offset frequency can be independently programmed into each mode or channel.

s Offset frequency

The display shows that a 0.6 MHz (600 kHz) frequency is set.
Push [FSET] one or more times until DUP appears as shown at left.
tone frequency to, such as VFO mode or memory/call channel.
The offset frequency can be individually programmed into each mode or channel.
Pushing [GENT] reverses the order of selection. Cancel the DTMF memory encoder function in advance, if necessary. (p. 44)
Selectable step increment is the same as the preset tuning step. (p. 16) Pushing and holding [Y] or [Z] changes the frequency continuously.
Push [SET] one or more times until DUP appears and

ashes as shown above.

Push [ECLR] to exit set mode. NOTE: The offset frequency can be set in a memory channel temporarily. However, the set contents are cleared once the memory/call mode is selected. To store the offset frequency permanently, overwrite the channel information.
Selectable step increment is the same as the preset tuning step. (p. 16) Use [V/MHz] for quick MHz tuning.
Push [LOW], [TONE], [M/CALL] or [PTT] to exit set mode.

s Auto repeater

(USA version)

INITIAL SET MODE

D Frequency range and offset direction
FREQUENCY RANGE 145.200145.495 MHz 146.610146.995 MHz 147.000147.395 MHz DUPLEX DIRECTION DUP appears DUP appears
The USA version automatically activates the repeater settings (DUP or DUP and tone encoder ON/OFF) when the operating frequency falls within the general repeater output frequency range and deactivates them when outside of the range.
D Setting the auto repeater function ON/OFF
Push [PWR] to turn power OFF. While pushing [SET] (far left switch), turn power ON to

enter initial set mode.

s Repeater lockout
This function helps prevent interference to other stations by inhibiting your transmission when a signal is received. The transceiver has two inhibiting conditions, repeater and busy.
Push [SET] one or more times until the RPt display appears as shown below.
Push [SET] one or more times until the RLO display apAuto repeater function is turned OFF Auto repeater function is ON, tone encoder is OFF

A large C appears.

s Calling up the call channel
Use the call channel to store a most-often-used frequency for quick recall.
Push [M/CALL] one or twice to display a large C in the
memory channel readout. Push [V/MHz] or [M/CALL] to exit the call channel.
Push [S.MW] momentarily, then rotate the tuning dial to select a memory channel to transfer the contents to.
To transfer to the VFO, push and hold [ (S.MW)MW] instead of pushing momentarily.
Push and hold [(S.MW)MW] to transfer when a momentary
Large C shows the call channel is selected. Small c shows VFO mode was selected from the call channel.
If a name (p. 31) has been programmed into the call channel, the name is also transferred. MW A
Push [(MR)CALL] for 1 sec. to select the call channel.
Push [(MR)CALL] for 1 sec. to select the call channel. Push [FUNC], then [EMW] momentarily.
To transfer to the VFO, push [FUNC] then push and hold [EMW] for 1 sec. instead of pushing [EMW] momentarily.
Push [FUNC] then [EMW] for 1 sec. to transfer when momentarily pushing [EMW] in step.
If a name (p. 31) has been programmed into the call channel, the name is also transferred.
s Programming the call channel
In addition to an operating frequency, duplex information, subaudible tone information (tone encoder or tone squelch ON/OFF and its frequency) and an alphanumeric name can be programmed into the call channel. CONVENIENT The call channel can also be programmed from the VFO directly (similar to memory programming).

memory channel readout.

Push [VFO] to select VFO mode. Set the frequency using the tuning dial. Set other data as desired. Push [(S.MW)MW] for 1 sec. to program.
Push [(MR)CALL] for 1 sec. to select the call channel. Set the desired frequency in VFO mode: Push [VFO] to select VFO mode. Push the desired frequency using the keypad. Set other data as desired. Push [FUNC], then [EMW] for 1 sec. to program.
[EXAMPLE]: Programming 145.120 MHz into the call channel via the microphone.

FUNC MW

CALL MR

Call channel

VFO mode

Beep Beep Beep

SCRATCH PAD MEMORY
s Calling up a scratch pad memory
Select the call channel by pushing [M/CALL] once or twice
to display a large C in the memory channel display.

5 sec.

VFO frequency

125 msec.
Mch 1 Mch 2 Mch 3 Mch 100
While operating on a VFO frequency, priority watch checks for signals on each memory channel in sequence.
The memory skip function is useful to speed up the scan.

CALL CHANNEL WATCH

VFO frequency Call channel
While operating on a VFO frequency, priority watch checks for a signal on the call channel every 5 sec.
s Priority watch operation
Select VFO mode; then, set an operating frequency. Set the watching channel(s).
For memory channel watch: Select the desired memory channel. For memory scan watch: Select memory mode; then, push [(V/MHz)SCAN] for 1 sec. to start memory scan. For call channel watch: Select the call channel by pushing [M/CALL] once or twice. Push [(M/CALL)PRIO] for 1 sec. to start the watch.
The transceiver checks the memory or call channel frequency every 5 sec. The watch resumes according to the selected scan resume condition. (p. 41) While the watch is pausing, pushing [M/CALL] resumes the watch manually.
Select VFO mode; then, set an operating frequency. Set the watching channel(s). For memory channel watch: Push [MR] then [Y] or [Z] to select the desired memory channel. For memory scan watch: Push [MR] then [SCAN] to start the memory scan. For call channel watch: Push and hold [(MR)CALL] to select the call channel. Push [PRIO] to start the watch.
The transceiver checks the memory or call channel frequency every 5 sec. The watch resumes according to the selected scan resume condition. (p. 41) To resume the watch manually when paused, push [PRIO] or [ECLR].
Push [M/CALL] while the display shows the VFO frequency

to stop the watch.

While pausing on the memory or call channel PRIO flashes.
To stop the watch, push [ECLR] once (or twice while watch is paused).

DTMF MEMORY ENCODER

s Programming a DTMF code
DTMF codes are used for autopatching, accessing repeaters, controlling other equipment, etc. The transceiver has 14 DTMF memory channels (d0d9, dAdd) for storage of oftenused DTMF codes of up to 16 digits. Push [FUNC] then [DTMF] to turn the DTMF memory function ON.
d appears in place of the 100 MHz digit.
Push the desired digit keys.
When the first digit is input, previous memory contents are cleared automatically. E stands for M and F stands for #. Push [Y] and repeat this step when making a mistake. The S/RF indicator shows the digit group. The indication increases every 6 digits.

Set the frequency to be checked for a tone frequency e.g.
a repeater input frequency.
Push [(TONE)T-SCAN] for 1 sec. to start the tone scan.
To change the scanning direction, rotate the tuning dial.
When the tone frequency is matched, the squelch opens
and the tone frequency is temporarily programmed into the selected mode such as VFO, memory/call channel or scratch pad memory.
The tone scan pauses when a tone frequency is detected. The decoded tone frequency is used for the tone encoder or tone encoder/decoder depending on the tone squelch ON/OFF setting.
NOTE: The decoded tone frequency is programmed temporarily when a memory or call channel is selected. However, this will be cleared when overwriting the memory/call channel.
Push [V/MHz] to stop the scan.
optional EX-1759 and HM-90

WIRELESS OPERATION

s Connection
Wireless remote control is available when the following options are used. HM-90 WIRELESS MICROPHONE EX-1759 INFRARED RECEIVER The BC-96 MICROPHONE HOLDER is additionally recommended for use with the HM-90, since the HM-90s internal battery requires charging.
s HM-90 WIRELESS MICROPHONE
The HM-90s internal battery should be charged when the microphone is not being held. Charging period: 1.5 hr. with timer (or 8 hr. when battery is exhausted) Operating period: 12 hr. (operation:standby=1:4)

D Charging method

Choose one of the following methods: Connect the cable from the HM-90 to the EX-1759. Connect the BC-96 and EX-1759; then put the HM-90 into the BC-96 (refer to the diagram at left). Place the HM-90 into the BC-96 (with no connection to the EX-1759).
Use the CP-13/L or OPC-288/L to connect the BC-96 to a cigarette lighter socket or a DC power supply, respectively.

D Recommended connection

Use the microphone cable
D Turning the wireless remote ON/OFF
When you use the HM-90 as a wired microphone, the wireless remote control circuit can be turned OFF.

IC-2100H

EX-1759
BC-96 The diagram shows that the wireless remote control function is turned ON.

Dip switch 1234 ON

AFC CALL 1 PGR HIGH 4

s Display color

s FM narrow mode
The display color can be set to amber or green.
FM narrow mode is only available for the Europe version.
Push [SET] one or more times until COL appears.
Push [SET] one or more times until W/N appears.
Rotate the tuning dial to set
the desired color. Push [V/MHz] to return to The display shows that green is normal operation. selected for the color.
operation to wide or narrow.
Push [V/MHz] to return to

normal operation.

The display shows that wide operation is selected.

s Display dimmer

Adjust to suit lighting conditions and personal preferences.
Push [SET] one or more times until DIM appears.
The Europe version of the IC-2100H comply with European regulations regarding narrow FM bandwidth operation on amateur transceivers. Wide and narrow FM operation differ in the following specications: WIDE 5 kHz 12 kHz/6 dB 28 kHz/60 dB NARROW 2.5 kHz 6 kHz/6 dB 18 kHz/60 dB

the desired intensity.

Intensity can be set from 1 The display shows backlighting (dark) to 4 (bright). set to the brightest.
TX: Max. deviation RX: Selectivity

s Data cloning

D Cloning using a PC
Data can be cloned to and from a PC (IBM compatible) using the optional CS-2100 CLONING SOFTWARE and the optional OPC-478 CLONING CABLE. Consult the CS-2100 CLONING SOFTWARE HELP le for details.
Cloning allows you to quickly and easily transfer the programmed contents from one transceiver to another; or , data from a PC to a transceiver using the optional CS-2100 CLONING SOFTWARE.

D Cloning error

NOTE: DO NOT push any key on the slave transceiver during cloning. This will cause a cloning error. When the display at right appears, a cloning error has occurred. In such a case, both transceivers automatically return to the clone standby condition and cloning must be repeated.
Connect the OPC-474 cloning cable with adapter plugs to

If you want to initialize the operating conditions without clearing the memory contents, etc., a partial reset function is available for the transceiver. While pushing [V/MHz] (far right switch) + [PWR], turn power ON. Initialized settings: VFO frequency, SET mode settings. Retained settings: Memory channels, call channel, scratch pad memories, DTMF memories, memory names, initial SET mode settings.

SPECIFICATIONS

General
Frequency coverage VERSION USA Europe Australia Taiwan Asia IC-2100-T (Thailand) Mode No. of memory channels Frequency resolution Frequency stability Power supply requirement Current drain (at 13.8 V DC) Receive Antenna connector Usable temperature range Dimensions
(projections not included)

Transmitter

(unit: MHz) RECEIVE 136174 MHz* 144146 MHz* 144148 MHz 144146 MHz* 136174 MHz* 144146 MHz* Current drain (at 13.8 V DC) Transmit Spurious emissions Microphone connector : Max. power12.0 A (less than 5.5 A for

the Thailand version)

: TRANSMIT 144148 MHz 144146 MHz 144148 MHz 144146 MHz 144148 MHz 144146 MHz*
Modulation system Output power
: Variable reactance frequency : High 55 W (Thailand version: 10 W

Taiwan version: 25 W

Mid 10 W (approx.) Low 5 W (approx.)
: 60 dB (Thailand version: 55 dB) : 8-pin modular (600 )
*Guaranteed 144148 MHz only.

Receiver

: FM : 113 (including 3 scan edge pairs, 6
scratch pad memories and 1 call)
Receive system Intermediate frequencies Sensitivity (at 12 dB SINAD) Squelch sensitivity (threshold) Selectivity

Weight

: 5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50 kHz : 10 ppm (10C to +60C) : 13.8 V DC 15% : Standby 0.8 A Max. audio 1.0 A : SO-239 (50 ) : 10C to +60C; 14F to +140F : 140(W) 40(H) 180(D) mm 512(W) 1916(H) 7332(D) in : 1.2 kg; 2 lb 10 oz
: Double-conversion superheterodyne : 1st 15.65 MHz 2nd 450 kHz : Less than 0.18 V : Less than 0.13 V : More than 12 kHz/6 dB Less than 28 kHz/60 dB
(6 kHz/6 dB, 18 kHz/60 dB; FM narrow mode)
Spurious response rejection ratio : More than 60 dB Audio output power : More than 2.4 W at 10%
(at 13.8 V DC) distortion with an 8 load

Ext. speaker connector

: 2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (18") /8

OPTIONS

D Wireless remote accessories
HM-90 WIRELESS MICROPHONE Infrared, full remote control microphone. Wired remote control is also possible. EX-1759 INFRARED RECEIVER Used to receive control signals from the HM-90. EX-1513 INFRARED SUB RECEIVER Used with the EX-1759 to increase remote control reliability and extend the controllable area.

Some of the following options may not be available due to variations in local electrical standards, etc. If you have any questions regarding options please consult your Icom dealer.

D Speakers

SP-10 EXTERNAL SPEAKER Compact design. Cable length: 1.5 m; 4.9 ft. SP-12 EXTERNAL SPEAKER Slim dimensions. Cable length: 2.0 m; 6.6 ft.

SP-10 64

OPTIONS D Hand microphones
HM-77/A DTMF microphone with DTMF memory function. HM-78, HM-96, HM-118 Regular hand microphones. HM-79, HM-97 Equipped with a tone call function. HM-95 DTMF microphone. HM-98S Remote control microphone with keypad backlighting. HM-118T/TA DTMF microphones with keypad backlighting.

D Other accessories

HS-62 FLEXIBLE MOBILE MICROPHONE + HS-15B SWITCH BOX + OPC-589 ADAPTER CABLE For all-around mobile operation. CS-2100 CLONING SOFTWARE + OPC-478 CLONING CABLE For quick and easy programming of memories, etc. OPC-440/OPC-647 MIC EXTENSION CABLES OPC-440: 5.0 m; 16.4 ft OPC-647: 2.5 m; 8.2 ft. OPC-441 SPEAKER EXTENSION CABLE 5.0 m; 16.4 ft. OPC-346/OPC-347 DC POWER CABLES OPC-346: 3.0 m; 9.8 ft OPC-347: 7.0 m; 23.0 ft. OPC-474 CLONING CABLE For transceiver to transceiver cloning. MB-17A MOBILE MOUNTING BRACKET One-touch bracket. Transceiver is easily attached and removed.

MB-17A 65

MODE ARRANGEMENT

[SET] VFO MODE (p. 13)

[V/MHz] or no operation for 30 sec. [V/MHz]

LOCK SET

ANM MONI

DUP LOW

T SCAN TONE

PRIO M / CALL

SCAN V/ MHz

[V/MHz]

[M/CALL]

DTMF MEMORY

LOCK SET ANM MONI DUP LOW T SCAN TONE PRIO M / CALL SCAN V/ MHz LOCK SET ANM MONI DUP LOW T SCAN TONE PRIO M / CALL SCAN V/ MHz LOCK SET ANM MONI DUP LOW T SCAN TONE PRIO M / CALL SCAN V/ MHz
[M/CALL] MEMORY MODE (p.26) CALL CHANNEL (p. 32)

See p. 44 for details.

CLONE MODE
SCRATCH PAD SIMPLEX MEMORY (p. 34)
SCRATCH PAD DUPLEX MEMORY (p. 34)

See p. 59 for details.

When the DTMF memory encoder is activated.
Turn power ON while pushing [SET]. Beep tone on/off (p. 55)
Display backlighting (p. 58)

Display color (p. 58)

Time-out timer (p. 55) Auto repeater* (p. 25) Auto power-off (p. 56) [MONI] [SET] Repeater lockout (p. 25) Squelch delay (p. 56) DTMF speed (p. 45) Microphone address (p. 54)

* U.S.A. version only.

Repeater tone frequency (p. 23)
Subaudible tone frequency (p. 47)

Offset frequency (p. 24)

[MONI]
Tuning step* (p. 16) *from VFO mode Scan resume condition (p. 41)

Wide/narrow setting (p. 58) Europe version only

Count on us!

A-5492H-1EX- Printed in Japan Copyright 1997 Icom Inc.
1-1-32 Kamiminami, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547-0003 Japan

 

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