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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

UHF C.R.S. TRANSCEIVER

FOREWORD

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS carefully and completely
before using the transceiver.

CAUTIONS

R WARNING! NEVER hold the transceiver so that the
antenna is very close to, or touching exposed parts of the body, especially the face or eyes, while transmitting. The transceiver will perform best if the microphone is 5 to 10 cm away from the lips and the transceiver is vertical.
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL This instruction manual contains important operating instructions for the IC-40S.
R WARNING! NEVER operate the transceiver with a
headset or other audio accessories at high volume levels. Hearing experts advise against continuous high volume operation. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume level or discontinue use.

EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS

The explicit denitions below apply to this instruction manual. WORD R WARNING CAUTION NOTE DEFINITION Personal injury, fire hazard or electric shock may occur. Equipment damage may occur. If disregarded, inconvenience only. No risk of personal injury, fire or electric shock.
NEVER connect the transceiver to an AC outlet or to a power source of more than 16 V DC. Such a connection will damage the transceiver. NEVER connect the transceiver to a power source that is
DC fused at more than 5 A. Accidental reverse connection will be protected by this fuse, higher fuse values will not give any protection against such accidents and the transceiver will be ruined.
This device complies with Standards Australia Specication no. AS/NZS4365-1995 & AS4295-1995.
NEVER attempt to charge alkaline or dry cell batteries. Beware that external DC power connections will charge batteries inside the battery case. This will damage not only the battery case but also the transceiver.

SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES

DO NOT push the PTT when not actually desiring to transmit. Accessories included with the transceiver: Qty. q Antenna... 1 w Belt clip... 1 e Battery pack attached to the transceiver*.. 1 r Wall charger*... 1 t 1922A REAR-SHEET (for dealer use).. 1
* The battery pack (BP-195 or BP-196) may differ depending on version. Some versions do not include a battery pack and wall charger.
DO NOT allow children to play with any radio equipment containing a transmitter. DO NOT operate the transceiver near unshielded electrical blasting caps or in an explosive atmosphere. AVOID using or placing the transceiver in direct sunlight or
in areas with temperatures below 10C or above +60C. The use of non-Icom battery packs/chargers may impair transceiver performance and invalidate the warranty. Even when the transceiver power is OFF, a slight current still flows in the circuits. Remove the battery pack or case from the transceiver when not using it for a long time. Otherwise, the battery pack or installed dry cell batteries will become exhausted.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FOREWORD.. i EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS... i CAUTIONS... i SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES.. ii TABLE OF CONTENTS.. iii 1 ACCESSORY ATTACHMENT.. PANEL DESCRIPTION.. s Panel description... 2 s Function display... BASIC OPERATION.. s Receiving and transmitting... 5 s Display backlighting.. 6 s Lock function.. 6 s Monitor function... 6 s Repeater operation... SCAN OPERATION.. s Scan types... 8 s Open scan... 8 s Group and priority scans.. 9 s Setting scan tag... 9 s Scan resume condition.. 10 iii 5 TONE SQUELCH OPERATION.. 11 s Tone squelch operation.. 11 s Pocket beep operation... BATTERY PACKS.. s Charging precautions.. 12 s Battery pack charging.. 12 s About the battery pack... 14 s Installing batteries in the battery case.. OTHER FUNCTIONS.. s Time-out timer... 15 s Power saver.. 15 s Conrmation beeps.. 15 s Transmit lockout... 16 s Optional HM-75A functions.. TROUBLESHOOTING.. SPECIFICATIONS.. OPTIONS... 19

ACCESSORY ATTACHMENT

D Antenna CAUTION: Transmitting without an
antenna may damage the transceiver. Insert the supplied antenna into the antenna connector and screw down the antenna as shown at right. Keep the jack cover attached when jacks are not in use to avoid bad contacts from dust and moisture.

D Belt clip

Conveniently attaches to your belt. To attach: Slide the belt clip into the plastic loop on the back of the battery case/pack.
D Battery pack replacement
To remove: Push and hold the battery release downwards, then pull the battery pack upwards as shown at right. To attach: Mate the notched ends of the battery pack and the transceiver, and push the battery pack until it clicks into place.

To remove: Push the top of the belt clip towards the transceiver and at the same time, push it downward and free of the plastic loop.

PANEL DESCRIPTION

q VOLUME CONTROLS [VOL] (p. 5) Turns power ON and adjusts the audio level. w PTT SWITCH [PTT] (p. 5) Push and hold to transmit; release to receive. !4 !3 r MONITOR SWITCH [] Push to toggle the monitor function ON or OFF. (p. 6) Activates the following functions in order when pushed for 2 sec. (p. 11)
Subaudible tone encoderT appears. Tone squelchT SQL appears. Pocket beepT SQL appears. No tone operationno indicator appears.

s Panel description

e CHANNEL UP/DOWN SWITCHES [Y]/[Z] Push to select the operating channel. (p. 5) Select item conditions in set mode.

!2 !1 !0 o

e r t y
t SCAN SWITCH [SCN] Starts and stops the selected scan when pushed. (p. 8) Toggles the displayed channel to be scanned or bypassed by the selected scan when pushed for 2 sec. (p. 9)
X appears for a scan (tag) channel.
y SCAN TYPE SELECTION SWITCH [O/G] Push to select the scan types in order. (p. 8)
Open scanOS appears. Group scanGS appears. Priority scanPS appears.
When the group or priority scan is selected, this switch sets the displayed channel as the priority channel for the selected scan when pushed for 2 sec. (p. 9)
While the priority channel is set, the priority channel is displayed at the right of the operating channel.
!1 EXTERNAL DC POWER JACK [CHARGE] Connect a 12 to 16 V DC power source using the optional cables, CP-12L or OPC-254L, to charge the attached battery pack; or connect the BC-110V wall charger for charging.
CAUTION: This connection is for charging ONLY.
Power to the transceiver must be turned OFF during charging. !2 SPEAKER/MICROPHONE
u OUTPUT POWER SWITCH [LOW] Push this switch to toggle between high and low output power. (p. 5) Enters set mode when pushed for 2 sec. Scrolls the set mode contents while in the set mode. i DUPLEX SWITCH [DUP] Toggles the selected channel between duplex or simplex operation on channels 1 to 8. (p. 7) Toggles the lock function ON and OFF when pushed for 2 sec. (p. 6)

appears when the lock function is activated.
!3 EXTERNAL SPEAKER AND MICROPHONE JACKS [SP/MIC] Connect an optional speaker-microphone or headset, if desired. The internal microphone and speaker will not function when either is connected. (See p. 19 for a list of available options.) !4 ANTENNA CONNECTOR (p. 1) Connects the supplied antenna.
o FUNCTION DISPLAY (p. 4) !0 TRANSMIT INDICATOR (p. 5) Lights red while transmitting. 3
r TONE INDICATORS (p. 11) T appears when the subaudible tone encoder is in use; T SQL appears when the tone squelch function is activated and T SQL appears during pocket beep operation. t MONITOR INDICATOR (p. 6) Appears when the monitor function is turned ON (the squelch opens). y LOW BATTERY INDICATOR Appears when the battery is nearing exhaustion. Appears and ashes when battery replacement is necessary. u CHANNEL READOUT Shows the operating channel, priority channel, set mode contents, etc. i BUSY AND SIGNAL INDICATORS BUSY appears when receiving a signal or when the squelch is open. The signal indicators show the relative signal strength while receiving. o LOW POWER INDICATOR (p. 5) Appears when low output power is selected. !0 SCAN TYPE INDICATOR (p. 8) Shows the selected scan type: open scan (OS), group scan (GS) or priority scan (PS).

s Function display

q w e r t y

DUP T SQL

LOW BUSY
q TAG CHANNEL INDICATOR (p. 9) Appears when the selected channel is set as a tag channel.
Tag channels can be set separately for each scan type.
w LOCK INDICATOR (p. 6) Indicates that the lock function is in use. e DUPLEX INDICATOR (p. 7) Appears when semi-duplex operation (repeater operation) is in use.
DUP appears when duplex is selected. This function is available for channels 1 to 8 only.

BASIC OPERATION

s Receiving and transmitting
CAUTION: Transmitting without an antenna may damage the transceiver. q Rotate [VOL] clockwise to turn power ON, then set to the 10 oclock position.
If T SQL appears on the display, push [] for 2 sec. once or twice to cancel the tone squelch or pocket beep. (p. 11) q Set volume
NOTE: The transceiver has a power save function to conserve battery power. The power save function activates automatically when no signal is received for 5 sec.
w Select the desired channel with the [Y]/[Z] switches.
When receiving a signal, BUSY appears and audio is emitted from the speaker. Further adjustment of [VOL] may be necessary at this point. Push [] to toggle the monitor function ON and OFF. (p. 6) r Push to transmit t Release to receive w Select channel w Monitor switch e Set output power r Speak into microphone

e Push [LOW] to select the output power if necessary.
LOW appears when low power is selected. Choose low power to conserve battery power, choose high power for longer distance communications.
r Push and hold [PTT] to transmit, then speak into the microphone.
Transmit indicator lights.
t Release [PTT] to receive. IMPORTANT: To maximize the readability of your transmitted signal, pause a few sec. after pushing [PTT], hold the microphone 10 to 15 cm from your mouth and speak at a normal voice level. 5

s Display backlighting

The transceiver has display backlighting with a 5 or 10 sec. timer for nighttime operation. The display backlighting can be turned ON continuously or turned OFF, if desired. Push any switch except [PTT] to turn the backlighting ON.
When the 5 or 10 sec. timer is set, the backlighting will automatically turn OFF when switches have not been operated for 5 or 10 sec., respectively.

s Lock function

The lock function prevents accidental channel changes and accidental function access. [PTT] and the backlight function can be used while the lock function is in use. Push [DUP] for 2 sec. to toggle the lock function ON and OFF.
appears when the lock function is in use.
D Setting the backlighting timer
q Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to enter set mode. w Push [LOW] several times until LI appears. e Push [Y] or [Z] to select the backlighting timer. r Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to exit set mode.

s Monitor function

This function is used to listen to weak signals or to open the tone squelch manually. Push [] to toggle the monitor function ON or OFF.

5 sec. timer

Continuously ON
appears when the monitor function is in use.

10 sec. timer

Continuously OFF

s Repeater operation

A repeater amplifies received signals and retransmits them on a different channel, allowing you to communicate over greater distances with improved reliability. When using a repeater, the transmit channel is shifted from the receive channel by 30 channels. q Select the receive channel from 1 to 8 (repeater output channel). w Push [DUP] to set duplex.

DUP appears. The duplex setting affects the selected channel only and is automatically programmed into the selected channel.
D Setting CTCSS tones for repeater and tone squelch operation
Repeaters may require CTCSS (subaudible) tones to be accessed. CTCSS tones are superimposed over your normal signal and must be set in advance. This setting is commonly used for the tone squelch operation. q Select the desired memory channel to be programmed. w Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to enter set mode. e Push [LOW] several times until Ct appears. r Push [Y] or [Z] to select the CTCSS tone frequency. t Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to exit set mode.
67.0 69.3 71.0 71.9 74.4 77.0 79.7 82.5 85.4 88.5 91.5 94.8 97.4 100.0 103.5 107.2 110.9 114.8 118.8 123.0 127.3 131.8 136.5 141.3 146.2 151.4 156.7 159.8 162.2 165.5 167.9 171.3 173.8 177.3 179.9 183.5 186.2 189.9 192.8 196.6 199.5 203.5 206.5 210.7 218.1 225.7 229.1 233.6 241.8 250.3 254.1
e Push and hold [PTT] to transmit.
The displayed channel automatically changes to the transmit channel (repeater input channel). If T SQL appears on the display, push [] for 2 sec. twice to cancel the tone squelch function.
r Release [PTT] to receive. t To cancel the duplex setting, push [DUP] on the desired channel.

(Unit: Hz)

SCAN OPERATION

s Open scan

Open scan searches for transmitted signals automatically and makes it easier to locate new stations for contact or listening purposes. During open scan, transmission is not possible except on a busy channel. q Push [O/G] to select open scan.
- OS appears when the open scan is selected.

s Scan types

The transceiver has 3 scan types with tag functions and 4 resume conditions providing scanning versatility. Tag channels are independently set for open, group and priority scans. Initially, all channels may be set as tag channels for all scans. OPEN SCAN

ch 40 ch 4

ch 1 ch 2
w Push [SCN] to start open scan.
- Cancelling tag channels speeds up the scan interval. (p. 9) Start channel
Repeatedly scans all tag channels in sequence. GROUP OR PRIORITY SCAN
Scanning channel is displayed.

Priority channel

e When receiving a signal, scan pauses and resumes according to the selected scan resume condition. (p. 10) r Push [SCN] to stop the scan.
Repeatedly watches a priority channel while scanning only specified channels (tag channels). 8
s Group and priority scans
Group and priority scans repeatedly watch a priority channel while scanning only specied channels. This is useful when waiting for calls on the priority channel or several specified channels. Group and priority scans behave differently when transmitting. During group scan, transmission is possible on a busy channel only. During priority scan, transmission is possible on a priority channel (or start channel) only. q Push [O/G] to select open scan.

- GS or PS appears when the group or priority scan is selected, respectively. Start channel

s Setting scan tag

Scan tag must be set before starting scan. Tag channels are independently set for open, group and priority scan. q Select the desired channel. w Push [O/G] to select the desired scan type. e Push [SCN] for 2 sec. to set the channel as a tag channel.
- X appears for tag channels.
r Repeat step e to cancel the tag channel setting.
Appears for channels to be scanned.

for 2 sec.

w Select the priority channel if desired.
- Push [Y] or [Z] key to select a channel. - Push [O/G] for 2 sec. to set the channel to the priority channel.
Priority indication Scanning channel
e Push [SCN] to start group or priority scan.
- Cancelling tag channels speeds up the scan interval.
For open scan, cancel the tag channel setting to skip undesired channels such as usually busy channels. This speeds up the scan interval. All memory channels may be set as tag channels by default. For group scan, set only often-used channels as tag channels. All memory channels may be set as tag channels by default.
r When receiving a signal, scan pauses and resumes according to the selected scan resume condition. (p. 10) t Push [SCN] to stop the scan.

s Scan resume condition

The scan resume condition can be selected as a pause or timer scan. q Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to enter set mode. w Push [LOW] several times until SC appears. e Push [Y] or [Z] to select the scan resume timer.
- t-05 : Scan pauses 5 sec. while receiving a signal. - t-10 : Scan pauses 10 sec. while receiving a signal. - t-15 : Scan pauses 15 sec. while receiving a signal. - P-05 : Scan pauses until the signal disappears and then resumes 5 sec. thereafter.
Pauses until the signal disappears.
15 sec. timer for resume condition.
10 sec. timer for resume condition.
r Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to exit set mode.
5 sec. timer for resume condition.

TONE SQUELCH OPERATION

s Tone squelch operation
The tone squelch opens only when receiving a signal containing a matching CTCSS (subaudible) tone. You can silently wait for calls from group members using the same tone. q Set the desired channel. w Set the desired CTCSS tone in set mode.
See p. 7 for tone frequencies and programming information.

s Pocket beep operation

This function uses CTCSS (subaudible) tones for calling and can be used as a common pager to inform you that someone has called while you were away from the transceiver.
D Waiting for a call from a specic station
q Set the operating channel. w Set the desired CTCSS tone in set mode.
e Push [] for 2 sec. several times until T SQL appears. r When the received signal includes a matching tone, squelch opens and the signal can be heard.
When the received signals tone does not match, tone squelch does not open, however, the S-indicator shows signal strength. To open the squelch manually, push [].
t Operate the transceiver in the normal way. y To cancel the tone squelch, push [] for 2 sec. twice. NOTE: The transceiver has 51 tone frequencies and consequently their spacing is narrow compared with units having 38 tones. Therefore, some tone frequencies may receive interference from adjacent tone frequencies. Tone frequencies and tone squelch ON/OFF settings are automatically stored in memory channels for easy recall.
e Push [] for 2 sec. several times until T SQL appears in the function display. r When a signal with the correct tone is received, the transceiver emits beep tones and ashes T SQL. t Push [PTT] to answer or push [] to stop the beeps and ashing.
Tone squelch is automatically selected.
D Calling a waiting station using pocket beep
A subaudible tone matched with the stations tone frequency is necessary. Use the tone squelch at left or a CTCSS (subaudible) tone encoder (p. 7).

BATTERY PACKS

s Battery pack charging
The BP-195 or BP-196 BATTERY PACK includes rechargeable Ni-Cd batteries and can be charged approx. 300 times. Charge the battery pack before rst operating the transceiver or when the battery pack becomes exhausted. If you want to be able to charge the battery pack more than 300 times, the following points should be observed: 1. Avoid overcharging. The charging period should be less than 48 hours. 2. Use the battery until it becomes almost completely exhausted under normal conditions. We recommend battery charging just after transmitting becomes impossible.

s Charging precautions

NEVER attempt to charge dry cell batteries. This will cause internal liquid leakage and damage the battery case and transceiver. NEVER connect two or more chargers at the same time. Charging may not occur under temperatures of 10C (50F) or over temperatures of 40C (104F). When using BC-119: If the charge indicator ashes orange, vehicle battery voltage is low and charging is not possible. Check the vehicle battery voltage in this case. If the charge indicator ashes red, there may be a problem with the battery pack (or charger). Re-insert the battery pack or contact your dealer.

D Rapid charging with the BC-119
The optional BC-119 provides rapid charging of battery packs. One AD-81 and an AC adapter (may be supplied with the BC-119 depending on version) are additionally required. Charging periods: 1.5 hours (w/BP-195) 2 hours (w/BP-196)
Turn power OFF. Check orientation for correct charging. (Packed together as the AD-81.)

BC-119+ AD-81

Check orientation for correct charging. (Packed together as the AD-81.)
D Multiple charging with the BC-121
The optional BC-121 allows up to 6 battery packs to be charged simultaneously. Six AD-81s and an AC adapter (may be supplied with the BC-121 depending on version) are additionally required. Charging periods: 1.5 hours (w/BP-195) 2 hours (w/BP-196)

D Regular charging

q Attach the battery pack to the transceiver. w Be sure to turn the transceiver power OFF. e Connect the AC adapter (BC-110V) or optional cable (CP-12L or OPC-254L) as shown below. Charging periods: 10 hours (w/BP-195) 15 hours (w/BP-196)
IC-40S with attached battery case (pack)

CP-12L (optional)

To [CHARGE]
OPC-254L (optional) white black To a 12 to 16 V DC power source

ER ARG I-CH MULT

Charge indicator (each indicator functions independently) AC adapter (not supplied with some versions) BC-110V

s About the battery pack

D Operating period
Depending on the attached battery pack, the operating period of the transceiver varies. Refer to the last page for battery pack specications.
s Installing batteries in the battery case
When using a battery case, install 8 AA (R6) size Ni-Cd or alkaline batteries as illustrated below. q Remove the battery case from the transceiver.

D Battery pack life

If your battery pack seems to have no capacity even after being fully charged, completely discharge it by leaving the power ON overnight. Then, fully charge the battery pack again. If the battery pack still does not retain a charge (or very little), a new battery pack must be purchased.
w Install 8 AA (R6) size Ni-Cd or alkaline batteries.
Be sure to observe the correct polarity.
q NEVER connect DC power to the transceiver when installing dry cell or alkaline batteries. Such a connection will damage the transceiver. q Be careful of battery overcharging. When operating via external DC power, installed batteries are simultaneously charged. q Keep battery contacts clean. Its a good idea to clean battery terminals once a week. 14

OTHER FUNCTIONS

s Time-out timer

s Power saver

To prevent continuous, extend transmissions, the transceiver has a time-out timer. This timer turns a transmission OFF 1, 2, 3 or 4 min. after it starts. This timer can be cancelled. Approx. 5 sec. before the time-out time elapses, the transceiver emits a beep tone. q Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to enter set mode. w Push [LOW] several times until tt appears. e Push [Y] or [Z] to select the time-out time or to turn the function OFF.

- 1, 2, 3 and 4 minutes and OFF are available.
The power saver function reduces the current drain to conserve battery power. q Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to enter set mode. w Push [LOW] several times until PS appears. e Push [Y] or [Z] to turn the power saver ON or OFF, respectively. r Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to exit set mode.

s Conrmation beeps [

You can select silent operation by turning beep tones OFF or you can have confirmation beeps sound at the push of a switch by turning beep tones ON. The beep tone volume is linked with [VOL]. q Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to enter set mode. w Push [LOW] several times until bE appears. e Push [Y] or [Z] to turn the conrmation beep ON or OFF, respectively. r Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to exit set mode.
4 min. time-out timer is selected.
Time-out timer is cancelled.

s Transmit lockout

The transmit lockout function inhibits transmission while receiving a signal or when receiving a signal with an unmatched CTCSS tone. q Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to enter set mode. w Push [LOW] several times until Lo appears. e Push [Y] or [Z] to select the transmit lockout function or to turn the function OFF.
- RPt : Transmission is impossible when receiving a signal with an unmatched CTCSS tone. - bUSy : Transmission is impossible when receiving a signal. - oFF : Transmission is always possible.
s Optional HM-75A functions
CAUTION: When connecting the HM-75A to the transceiver, make sure that power to the transceiver is turned OFF, otherwise the CPU may malfunction.
D Turning the microphone remote control function ON/OFF
q Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to enter set mode. w Push [LOW] several times until mC appears. e Push [Y] or [Z] to turn the microphone remote control function ON or OFF, respectively. r Push [LOW] for 2 sec. to exit set mode.
Transmission is impossible when receiving a signal with an unmatched CTCSS tone.

D HM-75A functions

The optional HM-75A allows you to remotely select operating channels, output power, etc. A SWITCH Toggles monitor function ON and OFF. B SWITCH Selects the output power.

PTT switch

Transmission is impossible when receiving a signal.

OFF LOCK

Lockout function is cancelled.
Y/Z SWITCHES Selects the operating channels.
Lock switch: Locks all switches except [PTT].

Earphone jack

TROUBLESHOOTING
If your transceiver seems to be malfunctioning, please check the following points before sending it to a service center. PROBLEM No power comes ON. POSSIBLE CAUSE The battery is exhausted. Bad connection to the battery pack. Volume level is too low. Tone squelch is activated. The battery is exhausted. SOLUTION Recharge the battery pack. Check the connection to the transceiver. Set [VOL] to a suitable level. Turn the tone squelch OFF. Recharge the battery pack.

REF. p. 12 p. 5 p. 11 p. 12
No sound comes from the speaker. Transmitting is impossible. No contact possible with another station. The displayed channel cannot be changed. Scan does not start.
The transceiver is set to semi-duplex. The other station is using tone squelch. Lock function is activated.
Push [DUP] to set to simplex. Turn ON the tone squelch function.

p. 7 p. 11

Push [DUP] for 1 sec. to cancel the func- p. 7 tion. Push [] to cancel the function. Set scan tag to desired channels. Turn beep tones ON in SET mode. p. 6 p. 9 p. 15
The monitor function is activated. Scan tag is not programmed. Beep tones are turned OFF.

No beep sounds.

SPECIFICATIONS

D Transmitter

: 450.000480.000 MHz (Incl. all 40 UHF C.R.S. ch.) : FM (16K0F3E) : 25 kHz : 9.6 V DC nominal (authorized battery packs) : 10C to +60C : 5 ppm : at 5 W 1.6 A at 1 W 0.7 A standby 60 mA max. audio 250 mA power saved 13 mA : 50 (nominal) : 57(W) 140(H) 37(D) mm : 370 g Output power Modulation Max. frequency deviation Spurious emissions Adjacent channel power External mic. connector : Max. 5 W (at 9.6 V DC) : Variable reactance frequency modulation : 5 kHz : 70 dB typical : 70 dB typical : 3-conductor 2.5 (d) mm/2 k

D General

Frequency coverage Mode Tuning step increment Acceptable power supply (negative ground) Usable temp. range Frequency stability Current drain (approx.) Tx Rx

D Receiver

Receive system Intermediate frequencies Sensitivity Squelch sensitivity Adjacent ch. selectivity Spurious response Intermodulation rejection Audio output power (at 9.6 V DC) External SP connector : Double conversion superheterodyne : 1st 46.35 MHz 2nd 450 kHz : 0.25 V at 12 dB SINAD : 0.25 V typical (at threshold) : 70 dB typical : 70 dB typical : 65 dB typical : 500 mW typical at 10% distortion with an 8 load : 2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm/8
Antenna impedance Dimensions (projections not incl.) Weight (with BP-195)
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation. 18

OPTIONS

D Battery packs
Charging period Battery Voltage Capacity pack Wall charger BC-119 or BC-121 with AD-81 N/A 1.5 hrs 2.0 hrs Operating period*1

Battery case for AA BP-194 (R6) 8 alkaline or 10 hrs*2 Ni-Cd cells BP-195 BP-196 9.6 V 9.6 V 700 mAh 1050 mAh 10 hrs 15 hrs

6 hrs*hrs 9.5 hrs

*1 Operating periods are calibrated for the following conditions: at 25C (77F), Tx (high power) : Rx : standby = 5 : 5 : 90 *2 When Ni-Cd batteries are installed.

D Other options

BC-110V WALL CHARGER Used for regular charging of the connected battery pack. BC-119 DESKTOP CHARGER + AD-81 CHARGER ADAPTOR For rapid charging of battery packs. An AC adapter is supplied with the charger. Some BC-119 versions require the AD-75 additionally. Charging time: 1.5 to 2 hrs. BC-121 MULTI-CHARGER + AD-81 CHARGER ADAPTOR For rapid charging up to 6 battery packs simultaneously. An AC adapter may be supplied depending on version. Six AD-81s are necessary. Charging time: 1.5 to 2 hrs.
HM-46 SPEAKER-MICROPHONE Slim dimensions. Equipped with an earphone jack and a transmit indicator. HM-54 SPEAKER-MICROPHONE For operation while conveniently hanging the transceiver from your belt, etc. HM-75A SPEAKER-MICROPHONE Allows you to remotely select operating channels, etc. HS-51 HEADSET For hands-free operation. Includes VOX, PTT and one-touch PTT with a time-out timer. MB-68 BELT CLIP Allows you to attach the transceiver to your belt. Same as supplied. LC-145 CARRYING CASE / LC-40S LEATHER CASE Helps protect the transceiver from scratches, etc. Usable with any battery pack. The LC-40S includes a belt clip for attaching the transceiver to your belt. OPC-254L DC POWER CABLE CP-12L CIGARETTE LIGHTER CABLE WITH NOISE FILTER Allows you to charge a battery pack connected to the transceiver via a DC power source (1216 V DC) For charging ONLYthe transceiver cannot be simultaneously operated. SP-13 EARPHONE Provides clear audio in noisy environments. EX-2118 FIELD PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE + OPC-478 CLONING CABLE Provides quick and easy programming of items, including private channels, scan settings, etc., via an IBM compatible PC. IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines.

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A-5462H-1AU-q Printed in Japan Copyright 1997 Icom Inc.
6-9-16 Kamihigashi, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547 Japan

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5W UHF CB Comparison

NEW ICOM IC-41S

ICOM IC-40S (Superseded)

GME TX6200

UNIDEN UHO75

New Release & Unique Features Best Selling Icom Ever! (NLA)
RRP: Typical Street Price: Transmit Output Power: Memory Channels: Repeater Search Scan: In Range Indication (ATS): Call Acknowledgement: Used Commercially: Tough J Antennae Connector: Recessed Display: Water Resistant: Scan Functions:
Digital Selective Calling (DTCSS):
$470 $429-$449 5W / 1W 40 CB / 8 Repeater 80 Private Yes (Finds Repeaters) 2nd IC-41S/IC-4088S Req 2nd IC-41S/IC-4088S Req Yes (Mining, Security, Etc) Yes Yes (Protective) Water Resistant (IP54) Yes Yes (DTCSS) Yes (10 Step) 0.5W 2000 mAh Lithium-Ion Slow Nil 1900 mAh Tx 13.5hrs Yes (<3hrs) 53x120x32.5mm 320g Made In Japan
$470 $429-$449 5W / 1W 40 CB / 8 Repeater 20 Private No No No Yes (Mining, Military, Etc) Yes Yes (Protective) Water Resistant (IP54) Yes No No 0.5W 1050 mAh Ni-Cd Fast Yes 1600 mAh Tx 7.5hrs Yes (<2hrs) 57x140x37mm 370g Made in Japan
Released 2003 $399 $390 5W / 1W 40 CB / 8 Repeater 20 Receive Only No No No Yes No (TNC) No No Yes No Yes (4 Step) 0.5W 1200 mAh Ni-Mh Fast Small 2000 mAh Tx Not Stated (<6hrs?) No 8-10hrs (BCT001) 135x63x40mm 390g

Assembled Domestically

Released 2003 $419 $397 5W / 1W 40 CB No No No Yes No (SMA) No

Waterproof (Exc Plug)

Digital Squelch Adjust: Audio Output Power: Battery: Self Discharge Rate: Memory Effect: Power Consumption: Typical Operating time: Rapid Battery Charger: Dimensions (WxHxD): Weight:
Yes No No 1.0W (Under-Diaphragm) 850 mAh Lithium-Ion Slow Nil 1500 mAh Tx 12hrs No (4hrs) 97x62x33mm 250g Made in Philippines
E+OE Technical specifications were accurate at the time of printing

 

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