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JimmyQ 11:56am on Thursday, October 7th, 2010 
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.
Works 7:15am on Saturday, August 28th, 2010 
"Well, after using fm mods i decided that it was time to move on and buy something else. i had 2 choices 1. "This sony cassette player with the attached ipod wire works really well. It is also easy to use.
fiffo 6:54am on Tuesday, August 24th, 2010 
The only issue that I have found is that the rubber ear buds can compress at times - I simply pull them back out, but it can be anoying at times.
Derrydenis 1:45pm on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 
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. These came with my Dell XPS 1530 and I tried them for the first time and really was impressed.
smarko 5:42am on Wednesday, July 28th, 2010 
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".
Z 8:43am on Tuesday, April 27th, 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.
duranda 6:43am on Monday, March 22nd, 2010 
Hello Bargain Hunters! lightweight, great sound, wide range, comfy none Placement of the headset in the ear of the Creative EP630 with coverage from rubber provide a fantastic experience audio in MP3 format.
fourbit 5:29am on Saturday, March 13th, 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.

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

VHF TRANSCEIVER

iF310 iF320

UHF TRANSCEIVER

iF410 iF420

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference.

IMPORTANT

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS carefully and completely before using the transceiver.

CAUTIONS

RWARNING! NEVER connect the transceiver to an
AC outlet. This may pose a re hazard or result in an electric shock.
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL This
instruction manual contains important operating instructions for the IC-F310, IC-F320, IC-F410 and IC-F420 VHF/UHF TRANSCEIVERS.
NEVER connect the transceiver to a power source of more
than 16 V DC such as a 24 V battery. This connection will ruin the transceiver.
NEVER cut the DC power cable between the DC plug and

EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS

DEFINITION Personal injury, re hazard or electric shock RWARNING may occur. CAUTION NOTE Equipment damage may occur. If disregarded, inconvenience only. No risk of personal injury, re or electric shock. WORD
fuse holder. If an incorrect connection is made after cutting, the transceiver might be damaged.
NEVER place the transceiver where normal operation of the vehicle may be hindered or where it could cause bodily injury. NEVER allow children to touch the transceiver. NEVER expose the transceiver to rain, snow or any liquids. USE supplied microphone only. Other microphones have
different pin assignments and may damage the transceiver.
Versions of the IC-F310/F320/F410/F420 which display CE on the serial number seal, comply with the essential requirements of the 89/336/EEC directive for Electromagnetic Compatibility.
SmarTrunk II is a Trademark of SmarTrunk Systems, Inc.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DO NOT use or place the transceiver in areas with temperatures below 30C or above +60C or, in areas subject to direct sunlight, such as the dashboard. IMPORTANT.. i EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS... i CAUTIONS... i TABLE OF CONTENTS.. ii 1
I Front panel... 1 I Function display... 2 I Programmable function keys.. 3 I Turning power ON... 6 I Channel selection... 6 I Receiving and transmitting... 7 D Transmitting notes... 7 D Tx code channel selection... 8 D Tx code number selection... 8 D DTMF transmission... 8 I I I I I I I I
AVOID operate the transceiver without running the vehicles engine. The vehicles battery will quickly run out if the transceiver is in transmission while the vehicles engine OFF.

PANEL DESCRIPTION.. 15

OPERATION... 68
AVOID placing the transceiver in excessively dusty environments.
AVOID placing the transceiver against walls. This will obstruct heat dissipation. AVOID the use of chemical agents such as benzine or alcohol when cleaning, as they damage the transceiver surfaces. 3
CONNECTION AND MAINTENANCE.. 912
Rear panel and connection... 9 Unpacking... 10 Mounting the transceiver.. 11 Optional UT-96/UT-105 installation.. 11 Optional OPC-617 installation.. 12 Antenna... 12 Fuse replacement... 12 Cleaning.... 12
BE CAREFUL! The transceiver will become hot when
operating continuously for long periods.
For U.S.A. only CAUTION: Changes or modifications to this transceiver, not expressly approved by Icom Inc., could void your authority to operate this transceiver under FCC regulations.
I SmarTrunk II and conventional modes.. 13 I SmarTrunk II operation... 13
OPTIONAL SmarTrunk II OPERATION. 1315

OPTIONS... 16 ii

PANEL DESCRIPTION

I Front panel

VOLUME UP/DOWN KEYS (P. 2)

FUNCTION DISPLAY (P. 2)

CH UP/DOWN KEYS [

] (P. 3)

MICROPHONE CONNECTOR (P. 2)
PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTION KEYS [P0],[P1],[P2],[P3] (P. 3)

POWER SWITCH (P. 2)

VOLUME UP/ DOWN KEYS Push to adjust the audio output level.
Minimum audio level is pre-programmed.

I Function display

q w e r
CH UP/DOWN [ ]/[ ] KEYS Push to select the operating channel. Can be programmed for one of several functions by yourdealer. POWER SWITCH Turns the power ON and OFF.
The following functions are available at power ON as options: Automatic scan start Password prompt
q TRANSMIT INDICATOR Appears while transmitting or sending a 5-tone code. When internal temperature increases to a specic level, the transmit indicator blinks to indicate that the power down circuit has been activated. w BUSY INDICATOR Appears while the channel is busy. e BELL INDICATOR Appears or blinks when the specified 5-tone call is received. r AUDIBLE INDICATOR Appears when the channel is in the Audible condition (unmute condition). t ALPHANUMERIC DISPLAY NOTE: When the alphanumeric display blinks transmitting becomes impossible. In this case check that the antenna is not mis-matched or that DC battery voltage has not dropped below 8 V. 2
MICROPHONE CONNECTOR Connect the supplied microphone or optional DTMF microphone for SmarTrunk II operation here. NEVER connect other microphones. The pin assignments may be different and the transceiver may be damaged. MICROPHONE The supplied microphone has a PTT switch and a hanger hook.
The following functions are available when the microphone is on or off hook: Automatic scan start when hung on. Automatic priority channel selection when off. Sets to Inaudible condition (mute condition) when hung on. Sets to Audible condition (unmute condition) when off.
PRIORITY CHANNEL KEYS Select priority A or priority B channel with each push. BANK KEY Select a bank (a group of 16 channels). When the optional UT-105 is installed, push one or more times to select a channel bank for conventional channels or SmarTrunk II channels. SCAN START/STOP KEY Push this key to start scanning; and push again to stop. NOTE: Place the microphone on hook to start scanning. Take the microphone off hook to stop scanning. Push and hold this key to indicate the scan group, then push to select the desired group.
I Programmable function keys
The following functions can be assigned to [P0], [P1], [P2], [P3], [ ] and [ ] programmable function keys. Consult your Icom Dealer or System operator for details concerning your transceivers programming. In the following explanations, programmable function names are bracketed, the specifc switch used to activate the function depends on programming.

CH UP CH DN

PRI A PRI B BANK

CH UP AND DOWN KEYS Select an operating channel. Select a transmit code channel after pushing the [TX CH] key. Select a DTMF channel after pushing the [DTMF] key. Select a scan group after pushing and holding the [SCAN] key.

CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4

OPERATING CHANNEL KEYS Select an operating channel directly.
SCAN TAG KEY Adds or deletes the selected channel to the scan group. BEEP Push to turn the beep tones ON/OFF.
LOCK KEY Electronically locks all programmable keys except the following: [CALL] (incl. CAL A and CAL B), [MONI] and [EMER] keys. MONITOR KEY Activates one of (or two of) the following functions on each channel independently:
Push and hold the key to unmute the channel (audio is emitted; Audible condition). Push the key to toggle the mute and unmute conditions (toggles Audible and Inaudible). Push the key to mute the channel (sets to Inaudible only). Push the key to unmute the channel (sets to Audible only). Push the key after the communication is nished to send a reset code.

HIGH LOW1

OUTPUT POWER SELECTION KEYS Select the transmit output power temporarily or permanently depending on the pre-setting.
level for each selection.
LOW2 Ask your Dealer or System Operator for the output power
TALK AROUND KEY Turns the talk around function ON and OFF.
The talk around function equalizes the transmit frequency to the receive frequency for mobile-to-mobile communication.

CALL CAL A CAL B

CALL KEYS Transmit a 5-tone call.
Call transmission is necessary before you call another station depending on your signaling system. The [CAL A] and/or [CAL B] keys may be available when your system employs selective Individual/Group calls. Ask your System Operator which call is assigned to each key.
NOTE: The unmute condition (Audible condition) may automatically return to the mute condition (Inaudible condition) after a specied period.
EMERGENCY KEY Push and hold the key to transmit an emergency call.
If you want to cancel the emergency call, push (or push and hold) the key again before transmitting the call. The emergency call is transmitted one time only or repeatedly until receiving a control code depending on the pre-setting.
WIDE/NARROW KEY Push [W/N] to toggle bandwidth between wide or narrow. This function is available for W/N versions only.
TX CODE KEY Select a transmit 5-tone code (station code) channel. Push and hold to changes the contents of the station code using [ ]/[ ] keys. Push to selects a TX 5-tone code channel using [ ]/[ ] keys after pushing this key. TX CODE CHANNEL UP/DOWN KEY Push to selects a TX code channel directory. DTMF CHANNEL SELECT KEY Push this key to select a DTMF channel. Push this key, then select the desired DTMF channel using the [ ]/[ ] keys. Push and hold this key to transmit the selected DTMF code. NOTE: DTMF channels 6 and 7 are used for ID code and emergency code respectively, depending on your system set up. Ask your System Operator or Dealer about DTMF channels 6 and 7 before using these.

ID MEMORY READ KEY Recalls detected ID codes. Push this key, then push [ ]/[ ] for selection. Up to 5 ID's are memorized. Push and hold this key to erase all memorized IDs. LIGHT Push to select the backlight condition. ON :Turns ON the backlight continuously. OFF :Turns OFF the backlight. AUTO :Turns ON/OFF depending on the ACC socket pin 1 voltage. ON: Low (0 V) OFF: High (12 V) ATTENUATOR Push to turn the attenuator function ON/OFF. NOTE: The attenuator function protects desired signals from distorting when excessively strong signals, such as broadcast, pager signals, etc. are nearby. TRUNKING GROUP SWITCH Push to select the Trunking group.

LITE CODE

C. TONE CHANNEL ENTER KEY Push this key then input a continuous tone memory channel number via the keypad to change the tone frequency.

OPERATION

I Turning power ON
I q Push [K ] to turn the power ON.

I Channel selection

Several types are available, and the channel selection method may differ according to your system set up.
Opening message may differ depending on the pre-setting.
A power-up alert tone sounds for about 1 sec. and an opening message may appear.
w If the transceiver is programmed for a start up passcode, input digit codes as directed by your System operator.
Input your password if this display appears.
NON-BANK TYPE: Push the [ ]/[ ] keys to select the desired operating channel, in sequence; or, push one of the [CH 1] to [CH 4] keys to select these channels directly. BANK-TYPE: Push [BANK] to select the desired bank number.
The keys in the diagram below can be used for password input: The transceiver detects numbers in the same block as identical. Therefore 1234 and 6789 are the same.

KEY NUMBER

P0 P1 P2 P3
e When the PWORD indication does not clear after inputting 4 digits, the input code number may be incorrect. Turn power off and start over in this case.
AUTOMATIC SCAN TYPE: Channel setting is not necessary for this type. When turning the power ON, the transceiver automatically starts scanning. Scanning stops when receiving a call or when taking the microphone off hook.
IMPORTANT: To maximize the readability of your signal:

(1) pause briefly after pushing [PTT], (2) hold the transceiver 15 to 20 cm from your mouth, then speak into the microphone at a normal voice level.
I Receiving and transmitting
RECEIVING: I q Push [K ] to turn the power ON. w Push [ ]/[ ] to select a channel. e When receiving a call, adjust the volume [UP] or [DOWN] to a comfortable listening level.

D Transmitting notes

TRANSMITTING: r Take the microphone off hook.
5-tone mute may be released (the audible condition is selected and appears). A priority channel may be selected automatically.
Transmit inhibit function The transceiver has several lockout/inhibit functions which restrict transmission under the following conditions:
The channel is in mute condition (Inaudible condition; does not appear). Channel is busy. No matched (or matched) CTCSS is received. The selected channel is a receive only channel.
t Wait for the channel to become clear.
The channel is busy when appears.
y Push the [CALL] key when initiating a call from your side.
Coded audio may be heard from the transceiver, then appears. This operation may not be necessary depending on your signaling system. Ask your System Operator or Dealer. u While pushing and holding [PTT], speak into the micro-
phone at your normal voice level. i Release [PTT] to receive.
Time-out timer After continuous transmission for a pre-programmed period, the time-out timer is activated causing the transceiver to stop transmitting and automatically select receive. Penalty timer Once the time-out timer is activated, transmission is further inhibited for a period determined by the penalty timer.
OPERATION D Tx code channel selection
If the transceiver has a [TX CH] key, display can be toggled between the operating channel number (or name) and Tx code channel number (or name). When the Tx code channel number (or name) is displayed, the [ ]/[ ] keys select the Tx code channel. TO SELECT A TX CHANNEL: q Push [TX CH] a Tx code channel appears. w Push [ ]/[ ] to select the desired Tx code channel. e Push [CALL] to transmit the selected Tx code. r Push [TX CH] again to return to the channel display.

D DTMF transmission

If the transceiver has a [DTMF] key, the automatic DTMF transmission function is available. Up to 7 DTMF channels may be available. q Push [DTMF] to select the display as at right. w Push [ ]/[ ] to select the desired DTMF channel. e Push and hold [DTMF] to transmit the DTMF code on the selected DTMF channel.

D Tx code number selection
If the transceiver has a [CODE] key, Tx code contents can be changed within the allowable digits. TO SELECT A TX CODE: q Push [CODE] a Tx code number appears and an allowable digit blinks. w Push [ ]/[ ] to select the desired number at the blinking digit. e Push [CODE] to enter the selected number. r Repeat steps w and e to input all allowed digits. t Push [CALL] to transmit the selected Tx code.
CONNECTION AND MAINTENANCE

Antenna

I Rear panel and connection

Optional cable (OPC-617)

red: + Supplied DC power cable

black: _

Optional speaker (SP-10)
ANTENNA CONNECTOR Connects to an antenna. Ask your Dealer about antenna selection and placement. (See p. 12) MICROPHONE HANGER Connect the supplied microphone hanger to the vehicles ground for on/off hook microphone functions. (See p. 2) DC POWER RECEPTACLE Connects to a 12 V DC battery. Pay attention to polarities. NEVER connect to a 24 V battery. This could damage the transceiver. EXTERNAL SPEAKER JACK Connect a 48 external speaker, if desired. OPTIONAL CABLE (OPC-617) Connect an external modem unit, LCD backlight control, etc.

I Supplied Accessories

LCD-STICKER

q Microphone.. 1

(Some versions may not be supplied with a microphone)
w Microphone hanger and screw set. 1 set e Microphone hanger cable. 1 r DC power cable..1
IC-F310/F410: OPC-345 IC-F320/F420: OPC-346
u Mounting screw (M512). 4 i Self-tapping screw (M520).. 4 o Flat washer.. 4 !0 Spring washer. 4 !1 Nut. 4 !2 Fuse.. 2
IC-F310/F410: 15 A IC-F320/F420: 20 A
t Mounting bracket. 1 y Bracket bolt.. 4
!3 Function name stickers* (1705 LCD SEAL(A)).1
D *Function name stickers There are no names on the programmable function keys since the needed functions can be assigned to these keys. Attach the supplied function name stickers above the appropriate keys.
I Mounting the transceiver
The universal mounting bracket supplied with your transceiver allows overhead mounting. Please read the following instructions carefully. Mount the transceiver securely with the 4 supplied screws to a thick surface which can support more then 1.5 kg.
I Optional UT-96/UT-105 installation
The optional UT-96/UT-105 units install as follows: q w e r Turn power OFF, then disconnect the DC power cable. Unscrew the 4 screws, then remove the bottom cover. Install the unit as shown in the diagram below. Replace the bottom cover and screws, then the DC power cable.

Flat washer

Spring washer
When using self-tapping screws

NOTE: The sponge supplied with the UT-105 is for the IC-F30/F40 series transceivers only.
I Optional OPC-617 installation
Install the OPC-617 as shown below.

I Antenna

A key element in the performance of any communication system is an antenna. Ask your Dealer about antennas and the best places to mount them.

I Fuse replacement

Two fuses are installed in the supplied DC power cable. If a fuse blows or the transceiver stops functioning, track down the source of the problem, if possible, and replace the damaged fuse with a new, rated one.
Fuse rating IC-F310/F410: 15 A, IC-F320/F420: 20 A
OPTIONAL CABLE PIN ASSIGNMENT
trewq q LCD backlit cont. IN w AF OUT e Det. AF OUT r Mod. IN t PTT control IN y Horn drive cont. OUT u AF GND i Det. AF GND o Mod. GND

I Cleaning

If the transceiver becomes dusty or dirty, wipe it clean with a dry, soft cloth. AVOID the use of solvents such as benzene or alcohol, as they may damage transceiver surfaces.
OPTIONAL SmarTrunk II OPERATION

I SmarTrunk II operation

These features are enabled by a Dealer or System Operator and may not be available in your system. Contact your Dealer for details.
I SmarTrunk II and conventional modes
This transceiver is capable of SmarTrunk II functions. The optional UT-105 allows communication in conventional channels or SmarTrunk II channels. Select a channel bank for SmarTrunk II before trunking operation. Push [BANK] one or more times to select a channel bank for conventional channels or SmarTrunk II channels.
Scanning starts when a channel bank for SmarTrunk II is selected. Contact your Dealer for channel bank details.
D Placing a telephone call
Enter the phone number followed by [1], [M].
A high-pitched beep indicates that the number is accepted. When the called party answers, push the [PTT] switch to talk, and release it to listen.
D Calling another local system subscriber
Enter the subscriber number followed by [3], [M].

A high-pitched beep indicates that the number is accepted. You hear ringing, then two short beeps when the subscriber answers. If the other subscriber is on another call or out of range, you hear a fast busy signal and the call terminates automatically.
NOTE: Connect an optional HM-100T DTMF MICROPHONE. Contact your Dealer for details.

D Receiving a call

When you hear ringing, push [M] to answer.
For a group call, you hear a short ring followed by two short beeps. You do not have to answer a group call to hear it over the air.

D Terminating a call

After completing a call, push [#] to disconnect (hang up). IMPORTANT: If one person in the conversation terminates a call, all participants will be cut off.
D Programming memory speed dial
q Push and hold [M] until you hear a high-pitched beep. w Enter the memory location (09, A, B, C, D), the telephone or subscriber number, then [1], [M] (or [3], [M] if for another system subscriber).
A high-pitched beep indicates successful programming. Memories [A][D] are used for the Turbo SpeeDial.

D Last number redial

Push [M], [M] to automatically redial the last number called.
A high-pitched beep indicates that the number is accepted.

D System busy indication

If all channels are busy, three low beeps sound after you initiate a call. Try the call again later.

D Memory speed-dialing

To automatically dial a commonly used number from memory: Push [M] followed by the memory location (09).

D PTT dispatch operation

q Push [PTT] once (without dialing) to initiate a dispatch call. w Begin talking after you hear three beeps (one short, highpitched, two very-short, low-pitched). e Receiving a dispatch call is indicated by the same threebeep sequence.
It is not necessary to push [M] to answer a dispatch call.

D Turbo SpeeDial

To automatically dial a commonly used number with one push: Push one of the turbo SpeeDials ([A], [B], [C] or [D]).

D Emergency call

Push [0], [M] to initiate an emergency call.
Contact your dealer for details.

D Clear channel alerting

If all channels are busy, the transceiver automatically begins searching for an open channel and beeps every ten seconds. When two short beeps (low-pitched, then high-pitched) are heard, a channel is available. Push [M], [M] immediately to redial the last number.

NOTE: For additional operating instructions, contact your Dealer or System Operator.

OPTIONS

EXTERNAL SPEAKERS SP-5 Large speaker for good audio quality. Input impedance: 4 Max. input power: 5 W
UT-96 5-TONE UNIT Provides 2-tone/5-tone signaling.
SP-10 Compact and easy-to-install. Input impedance: 4 Max. input power: 5 W
UT-105 SmarTrunk II Logic Board Provides SmarTrunk II capabilities.
HM-100T/TA DTMF microphone.
OPC-617 ACC CABLE Allows you to connect to an external terminal.
HM-100 Normal microphone.
A-5458D-1EX-e Printed in Japan 1997 by Icom Inc.
1-1-32 Kamiminami, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547-0003 Japan
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

We Icom Inc. Japan

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: VHF TRANSCEIVER
Dsseldorf 07 Feb. 2001 Place and date of issue

iC- f310/s

146174 MHz 12.5 KHz/ 20 KHz/ 25 KHz

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) ENv1.2.1(1999-02) (EMC product standard) ii) EN60950 August 1992, A(Safety of information technology equipment) iii) ETSJanuary 1991 (Radio equipment for analog speech) iv) I-ETSOctober 1993 (Radio equipment transmitting signals) v)

T. Aoki General Manager

Signature

ABOUT CE

CE Versions of the IC-F310/S 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.

INSTALLATION NOTES

The installation of this equipment should be made in such a manner as to respect the EC recommended electromagnetic field exposure limits (1999/519/EC). The maximum RF power available from this device is 25 watts. The antenna should be installed as high as possible for maximum efficiency and that this installation height should be at least 5 meters above ground (or accessible) level. In the case where an antenna cannot be installed at a reasonable height, then the transmitter should neither be continuously operated for long periods if any person is within 5 meters of the antenna, nor operated at all if any person is touching the antenna. In all cases any possible risk depends on the transmitter being activated for long periods. (actual recommendation limits are specified as an average of 6 minutes) Normally the transmitter is not active for long periods of time. Some radio licenses will require that a timer circuit automatically cuts the transmitter after 12 minutes etc. Similarly some types of transmitter, SSB, CW, AM, etc. have a lower average output power and the perceived risk is even lower.

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 of this radio, to comply with national licensing requirement.
<Intended Country of Use>
I GER I AUT I GBR I IRL I FRA
I NED I BEL I LUX I ESP I POR
I ITA I GRE I SWE I DEN I FIN
55-#54,58,59/ 66-#54,59 A -5458D-4EU
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: UHF TRANSCEIVER
Dsseldorf 11 Jan. 2001 Place and date of issue

iC- f410/s

440-470 MHz 12.5 KHz/ 25 KHz 400-430 MHz 12.5 KHz/ 25 KHz
i) ENv1.2.1(1999-02) (EMC product standard) ii) EN60950 August 1992, A(Safety of information technology equipment) iii) ETSJanuary 1991 (Radio equipment for analog speech) iv) ETSI ENv1.2.1 (1999-10) (Radio equipment transmitting signals) v)
CE Versions of the IC-F410/S 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.
The installation of this equipment should be made in such a manner as to respect the EC recommended electromagnetic field exposure limits (1999/519/EC). The maximum RF power available from this device is 25 watts. For vehicle installations it is recommended that the antenna be positioned on the roof, centrally if possible. The roof will permit the antenna to operate more efficiently as well as screen the occupants from excessive electromagnetic fields. Boot mount or on-glass antenna are best avoided. The transmitter should neither be continuously operated for long periods if any person is within a distance of 2 metres of the antenna, nor operated at all if any person is touching the antenna. In all cases any possible risk depends on the transmitter being activated for long periods. (actual recommendation limits are specified as an average of 6 minutes) Normally the transmitter is not active for long periods of time. Some radio licenses will require that a timer circuit automatically cuts the transmitter after 12 minutes etc. Similarly some types of transmitter, SSB, CW, AM, etc. have a lower average output power and the perceived risk is even lower.

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Power Supplies

115Vac or 230Vac to 12Vdc for base station radio transmitters
This range is specially designed to be used with 12V radio transmitters. The unique wedge design connects directly to the radio making one compact desktop unit. Versions are available for all major manufacturers including: Motorola, Icom, Kenwood, Maxon, Tait and Vertex Standard as well as a universal unit designed to fit with any radios not listed. The units come complete with a battery back up feature which allows the supply to maintain charge to the battery without detriment to the functioning of the radio. A battery back up box is also available containing a 7Ah battery and supplementary speaker which fits neatly underneath the main system for a complete solution.

Applications

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Switchmode Technology

This technology offers excellent advantages over traditional linear designs: Switchmode
Efficiency Off load current Output voltage MTBF >90% <15mA Stable 150 years

Linear

<50% 0.1-0.5A Variable <10 years
Surface Mount Technology (SMT)
The product assembly is carried out where possible using Surface Mount Technology to provide automated error free production, resistance against vibration and improved reliability.

AlfaTronix Casings

All our casings use extruded aluminium together with metal or plastic (glass filled polycarbonate) end plates which provide excellent protection against water, dust and vibration.
Three Point Mounting Bracket
AlfaTronix products are mounted using our unique three point mounting brackets. These allow for a solid fixing, even on uneven surfaces, fast installation as the bracket can be used as a drilling template and simple click n fit installation.
AD KW TK-7102H Kenwood TK-7102H

AlfaTRONIX

www.alfatronix.ltd.uk

Your distributor:

DC-DC Voltage Converters and AC-DC Power Supplies
Outstanding Quality Manufactured in the European Union Guaranteed for Life
For technical data refer to AD 115/230-(9Amps)

PowerVerters

24V-12V DC-DC Voltage Converters
PowerVerters offer a convenient way to operate mass produced 12Vdc equipment such as cell phones, in car entertainment, communications and telematic equipment etc., from 24Vdc mobile electrical equipment found on diesel engined vehicles. Products are available in both non-isolated and isolated versions.
Current Continuous/Intermittent
36/72W 72/120W 144/216W 216/252W 288/360W 600W 3/6A 6/10A 12/18A 18/21A 24/30A 50A

DD Series

12Vdc-12Vdc, 12Vdc24Vdc and 24Vdc-24Vdc Voltage Converters
The DD Series of voltage converters provides effective solutions to isolate input and output, provide voltage stabilisation on the output or reduce the effects of EMC noise in the system. Our 12V-24Vdc converters offer solutions where you want to fit 24V equipment onto 12V systems.

12V Output

DDi 12-DDi 12-12 072* DDi 12-12 168* DDi 12-12 240* See PowerVerter Range DD 12-DD 12-DD 12-DDi Series (isolated) DDi 24-24 072* DDi 24-24 168* DDi 24-24 240*

*available June 2005

AD Series
115V/230Vac-12V/24V/48Vdc Power Supplies
The AD range of power supplies are ideal for operating equipment designed for mobile applications in the home, office or factory. Outputs are available in 12V, 24V and 48Vdc configurations and the units will accept either 115V or 230Vac without adjustment.
AD 115/230-AD 115/230-AD 115/230-AD 115/230-AD 115/230-12 240

Non Isolated

PV3s PV6s PV12s PV18s PV24s DD600

Isolated

PV3i PV6i PV12i PV18i PV24i

24V Output

DDi Series (isolated) DD Series (non-isolated)

12V in

AD 115/230-AD 115/230-AD 115/230-AD 115/230-AD 115/230-24 240
AD 115/230-AD 115/230-AD 115/230-AD 115/230-AD 115/230-48 240

24V in

Key technical characteristics
Input Voltage: 17-32Vdc Output Voltage: 13.6Vdc +15%, -20% at extremes of temperature, load, input tolerance Output noise: <50mV pk-pk Off load current: <15mA Efficiency: >85% (isolated), >90% (non-isolated) MTBF: >162 years (HRD4) Operating temperature: -25C to +30C with de-rating between 30C and 80C IP Rating: IP533 Connections: Four 6.3mm push on flat blades Output indicator: Red LED adjacent to terminals Protection against: Over temperature, over heat, transients and catastrophic failure Isolation on isolated units: >400V RMS Tested to: ISO7637-2, ISO10605, ISO14982, ISO11451, ISO11425, CISPR 25, VDE0879-3, EN60945 Annex A CE and e marked
Input Voltage: 9V-16Vdc or 17V-32Vdc Output Voltage: 13.6Vdc or 27.2Vdc +15%, -20% at extremes of temp, load and input tolerance. Output noise: <50mV Pk-Pk Off load current: <50mA Efficiency: >85% (isolated), >90% (non-isolated) MTBF: >162 years (HRD4) Operating temperature: -25C to +30C with de-rating between 30C and 80C ambient temps IP Rating: IP533 Connections: Four 6.3mm push on flat blades Output indicator: Red LED adjacent to terminals Protection against: Over temperature, over heat, transients and catastrophic failure. CE and e marked
Input Voltage: Auto-select 85V-135Vac and 170V-265Vac Output Voltage: 13.6Vdc, 27.2Vdc or 54.4Vdc +/- 0.4V Output noise: <50mV Pk-Pk Efficiency: >85% Isolation: 3KVac RMS casing to ground MTBF: >100 years (HRD4) Operating temperature: -25C to +30C Maximum box temperature: 70C (based on ambient temperature of 25C) Connectors. Input: IEC320 type C13/C14 Output: Two 6.3mm push on flat blades Ground: Stud with crimp eyelet Output indicator: Red LED adjacent to output terminals Protection against: Over temperature, over heat, transients and catastrophic failure CE marked

 

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