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VHF MARINE TRANSCEIVER
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Thank you for purchasing this Icom product. The ICM302 VHF MARINE TRANSCEIVER is designed and built with Icoms state of the art technology and craftsmanship. With proper care, this product should provide you with years of trouble-free operation. We want to take a couple of moments of your time to thank you for making the IC-M302 your radio of choice, and hope you agree with Icoms philosophy of technology rst. Many hours of research and development went into the design of your IC-M302.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS carefully and completely
before using the transceiver.
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL This instruction manual contains important operating instructions for the IC-M302.
DEFINITION Personal injury, re hazard or electric shock R WARNING! may occur. CAUTION NOTE Equipment damage may occur. Recommended for optimum use. No risk of personal injury, re or electric shock. WORD
Large 2-digit Ch with scrolling channel comment Easy to hear speaker Built-in DSC meets RTCM SC101 requirement Rugged waterproof construction
Icom, Icom Inc. and the logo are registered trademarks of Icom Incorporated (Japan) in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Russia and/or other countries.
CLEAN THE TRANSCEIVER AND MICROPHONE THOROUGHLY WITH FRESH WATER after exposure to water including salt water, otherwise, the keys and switches may become inoperable due to salt crystallization.
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
If your vessel requires assistance, contact other vessels and the Coast Guard by sending a distress call on Channel 16.
A WARNING STICKER is supplied with the transceiver. To comply with FCC regulations, this sticker must be afxed in such a location as to be readily seen from the operating controls of the radio as in the diagram below. Make sure the chosen location is clean and dry before applying the sticker. (p. 31) EXAMPLE
USING CHANNEL 16 DISTRESS CALL PROCEDURE
1. MAYDAY MAYDAY MAYDAY. 2. THIS IS.. (name of vessel) 3. Your call sign or other indication of the vessel (AND 9digit DSC ID if you have one). 4. LOCATED AT.. (your position) 5. The nature of the distress and assistance required. 6. Any other information which might facilitate the rescue. Or, transmit your distress call using digital selective calling on Channel 70.
USING DIGITAL SELECTIVE CALLING (Ch 70) DISTRESS CALL PROCEDURE
1. While lifting up the key cover, push and hold [DISTRESS] for 5 sec. until you hear 5 short beeps change to one long beep. 2. Wait for an acknowledgment on Channel 70 from a coast station. After the acknowledgment is received, Channel 16 is automatically selected. 3. Push and hold [PTT], then transmit the appropriate information as listed above.
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RADIO OPERATOR WARNING
Icom requires the radio operator to meet the FCC Requirements for Radio Frequency Exposure.An omnidirectional antenna with gain not greater than 9 dBi must be mounted a minimum W ARN ING of 5 meters (measured from the lowest point of the antenna) vertically above the main deck and all possible personnel. This is the minimum safe separation distance estimated to meet all RF exposure compliance requirements. This 5 meter distance is based on the FCC Safe Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) distance of 3 meters added to the height of an adult (2 meters) and is appropriate for all vessels. For watercraft without suitable structures, the antenna must be mounted so as to maintain a minimum of 1 meter vertically between the antenna, (measured from the lowest point of the antenna), to the heads of all persons AND all persons must stay outside of the 3 meter MPE radius. Do not transmit with radio and antenna when persons are within the MPE radius of the antenna, unless such persons (such as driver or radio operator) are shielded from antenna eld by a grounded metallic barrier. The MPE Radius is the minimum distance from the antenna axis that person should maintain in order to avoid RF exposure higher than the allowable MPE level set by FCC. iii FAILURE TO OBSERVE THESE LIMITS MAY ALLOW THOSE WITHIN THE MPE RADIUS TO EXPERIENCE RF RADIATION ABSORPTION WHICH EXCEEDS THE FCC MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE (MPE) LIMIT. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE RADIO OPERATOR TO ENSURE THAT THE MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMITS ARE OBSERVED AT ALL TIMES DURING RADIO TRANSMISSION. THE RADIO OPERATOR IS TO ENSURE THAT NO BYSTANDERS COME WITHIN THE RADIUS OF THE MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMITS. Determining MPE Radius THE MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE (MPE) RADIUS HAS BEEN ESTIMATED TO BE A RADIUS OF ABOUT 3M PER OET BULLETIN 65 OF THE FCC. THIS ESTIMATE IS MADE ASSUMING THE MAXIMUM POWER OF THE RADIO AND ANTENNAS WITH A MAXIMUM GAIN OF 9dBi ARE USED FOR A SHIP MOUNTED SYSTEM.
q CHANNEL/WEATHER CHANNEL KEY [CH/WXDUAL] Toggles between regular channels and weather channel when pushed momentarily. (p. 7) Starts Dualwatch or Tri-watch when pushed for 1 sec. (p. 11) Stops Dualwatch or Tri-watch when either is activated.
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u SCAN KEY [SCANTAG] Starts and stops Normal or Priority scan. Sets or clears the displayed channel as a tag (scanned) channel when pushed for 1 sec. While pushing [HI/LO] on the microphone, push for 3 sec. to clear or set all tag channels in the selected channel group. Y Z i CHANNEL UP/DOWN KEYS [Y]/[Z][U/I/C] Selects the operating channels, Set mode settings, etc. (pgs. 6, 7, 28) While pushing [SCANTAG], push [Y] or [Z] to adjust the brightness of the LCD and key backlight. (p. 10) Selects one of 3 regular channels in sequence when both keys are pushed. (p. 7)
International, U.S.A. and Canadian channels are available for regular channels.
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I Function display
q w e r
t TAG CHANNEL INDICATOR (p. 13) Appears when a tag channel is selected.
!2 !1 !0 o i
y GPS INDICATOR Appears while valid position data is received. Blinks when invalid position data is received. Disappears when no GPS receiver is connected. u DSC INDICATOR Indicates the DSC status. DSC appears when a DSC call is received. (p. 25) POS REPLY appears when a Position Request Reply call or Position Report Reply call is received. (p. 27) i DUPLEX INDICATOR (p. 7) Appears when a duplex channel is selected. o WEATHER CHANNEL INDICATOR (pgs. 7, 29) WX appears when a weather channel is selected. WX ALT appears when the Weather alert function is in use; blinks when an alert tone is received. !0 CALL CHANNEL INDICATOR (p. 6) Appears when the call channel is selected. !1 CHANNEL GROUP INDICATOR (p. 7) Indicates whether a U.S.A. USA, International INT or Canadian CAN channel is in use. !2 LOW POWER INDICATOR (p. 8) Appears when low power is selected.
q TRANSMIT INDICATOR (p. 8) appears while transmitting. w BUSY INDICATOR (p. 8) appears when receiving a signal or when the squelch opens. e CHANNEL NUMBER READOUT Indicates the selected operating channel number.
appears when a simplex channel is selected. appears when a receive only channel for a Canadian channel group is selected. (p. 7)
In Set mode, indicates the selected condition. (p. 28) r CHANNEL COMMENT INDICATOR Channel comment appears if programmed. (p. 10) scrolls when the battery voltage drops to approx. 10 V DC or below. blinks during Dualwatch; blinks during Triwatch. (p. 11) 4
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q PTT SWITCH [PTT] Push and hold to transmit; release to receive. (p. 8) Y Z w CHANNEL UP/DOWN KEYS [Y]/[Z] Push either key to change the operating memory channel, Set mode settings, etc. (pgs. 6, 7, 28) e TRANSMIT POWER KEY [HI/LO] Toggles power high and lower when pushed. (p. 8)
Some channels are set to low power only.
While pushing [HI/LO], turn power ON to toggle the microphone lock function ON and OFF. (p. 10)
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I Channel selection
Channel 16 is the distress and safety channel. It is used for establishing initial contact with another station and for emergency communications. Channel 16 is monitored during both Dualwatch and Tri-watch. While standing by, you must monitor Channel 16. Push  momentarily to select Channel 16. Push [CH/WXDUAL] to return to the condition before selecting Channel 16, or push [Y] or [Z] to select operating channel.
Channel 9 (Call channel)
Each regular channel group has a separate leisure-use call channel. The call channel is monitored during Tri-watch. The call channels can be programmed (p. 9) and are used to store your most often used channels in each channel group for quick recall. Push  for 1 sec. to select the call channel of the selected channel group.
CALL and call channel number appear. Each channel group may have an independent call channel after programming a call channel. (p. 9) Push [CH/WXDUAL] to return to the condition before se-
lecting call channel, or push [Y] or [Z] to select an operating channel. Scrolls
Push for 1 sec.
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BASIC OPERATION U.S.A.,Canadian and international channels
There are 57 U.S.A., 61 Canadian and 57 international channels. These channel groups may be specied for the operating area. q Push [CH/WXDUAL] to select a regular channel.
If a weather channel appears, push [CH/WXDUAL] again.
There are 10 weather channels. These are used for monitoring broadcasts from NOAA (National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration.) The transceiver can detect a weather alert tone on the selected weather channel while receiving the channel, during standby on a regular channel or while scanning. (p. 29) q Push [CH/WXDUAL] once or twice to select a weather channel.
again. [Example]: Operating Tri-watch on INT Channel 25
Signal is received on call channel.
If a signal is received on Channel 16, Dualwatch/Tri-watch pauses on Channel 16 until the signal disappears. If a signal is received on the call channel during Tri-watch, Tri-watch becomes Dualwatch until the signal disappears. To transmit on the selected channel during Dualwatch/Triwatch, push and hold [PTT].
Signal is received on Channel 16 takes priority.
Tri-watch resumes after the signal disappears.
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I Scan types
Scanning is an efcient way to locate signals quickly over a wide frequency range. The transceiver has Priority scan and Normal scan. When the Weather alert function is in use, the selected weather channel is checked while scanning. (p. 29) PRIORITY SCAN
CH 01 CH 02
Set the tag channels (scanned channel) before scanning. Clear the tag channels which inconveniently stop scanning, such as those for digital communication use. Choose Priority or Normal scan in Set mode. (p. 29)
Priority scan searches through all tag channels in sequence while monitoring Channel 16. When a signal is detected on Channel 16, scan pauses until the signal disappears; when a signal is detected on a channel other than Channel 16, scan becomes Dualwatch until the signal disappears.
Normal scan, like Priority scan, searches through all tag channels in sequence. However, unlike priority scan, Channel 16 is not checked unless Channel 16 is set as a tag channel.
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I Setting tag channels
For more efficient scanning, add desired channels as tag channels or clear the tag for unwanted channels. Channels are not tagged will be skipped during scanning. Tag channels can be assigned to each channel group (USA, INT, CAN) independently. q Select the desired channel group (USA, INT, CAN) by pushing both [Y] and [Z]. w Select the desired channel to set as a tag channel. e Push [SCANTAG] for 1 sec. to be set the displayed channel as a tag channel.
appears in the display.
I Starting a scan
Set scan type (Priority or Normal) and scan resume timer in advance, using Set mode. (p. 29) q Set tag channels as described at left. w Make sure the squelch is closed to start a scan. e Select the channel group (USA, CAN, INT) by pushing both [Y] and [Z] on the transceiver, if desired. r Push [SCANTAG] to start Priority or Normal scan.
or appears at the channel comment indicator. When a signal is detected, scan pauses until the signal disappears or resumes after pausing 5 sec. according to Set mode setting. (Channel 16 is still monitored during Priority scan.) Push [Y] or [Z] to check the scanning tag channels, to change the scanning direction or resume the scan manually. blinks at the channel comment indicator and a beep tone sounds when a signal is received on Channel 16 during Priority scan. t To stop the scan, push [SCANTAG].
r To cancel the tag channel setting, push [SCANTAG] for 1 sec.
Clearing (or setting) all tagged channels While pushing [HI/LO] on the microphone, push [SCANTAG] for 3 sec. (until a long beep changes to 2 short beeps) to clear all tag channels in the channel group.
Repeat above procedure to set all tag channels.
[Example]: Starting a normal scan.
When a signal is received.
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I MMSI code check
The 9-digit MMSI (DSC self ID) code can be checked. q Push [DSCPOS] to enter the DSC menu. w Push [Y] or [Z] to select and push [DSCPOS].
I MMSI code programming
The 9-digit MMSI (Maritime Mobile Service Identity: DSC self ID) code can be programmed at power ON. This function is not available when the MMSI code has been programmed by the dealer. This code programming can be performed only twice. q Turn power OFF. w While pushing [DSCPOS], turn power ON to enter MMSI code programming condition. e After the display appears, release [DSCPOS].
A cursor starts blinking.
e Check the 9-digit MMSI (DSC self ID) code.
The MMSI code is displayed at the channel comment indicator.
r Edit the specied MMSI code by pushing [Y] or [Z].
Push  or [CH/WXDUAL] to move the cursor forward or backward, respectively. t Input 9-digit code, then push [DSCPOS] to set the code. Returns to the normal operation. MMSI (DSC self ID) code
r Push [DSCPOS] to exit the DSC menu.
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I DSC individual ID
A total of 30 DSC address IDs (9-digit) can be programmed and named with up to 5 characters. r Push [Y] or [Z] to input 9-digit of the appropriate Individual/Group ID.
Push  or [CH/WXDUAL] to move the cursor forward or backward, respectively. Push [SCANTAG] to cancel and exit the condition. 1st digit 0 is xed for a group ID. Thus an address ID input cannot start with 0. When you input 1st digit 0 and other 8 digits, the ID is automatically registered as a group ID.
D Programming Address ID/Group ID
q Push [DSCPOS] to enter the DSC menu. w Push [Y] or [Z] to select [DSCPOS]. , and push
Scrolls e Push [Y] or [Z] to select , and push [DSCPOS]. t After inputting 9-digit ID, push [DSCPOS] to input 5 characters ID name using [Y] or [Z].
Push  or [CH/WXDUAL] to move the cursor forward or backward, respectively. Push [SCANTAG] to cancel and exit the condition.
y Push [DSCPOS] to program and exit the DSC menu.
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D Deleting Address ID/Group ID
q Push [DSCPOS] to enter the DSC menu. w Push [Y] or [Z] to select and push [DSCPOS].
I Position indication
When a GPS receiver (NMEA0183 ver. 2.0 or 3.01) is connected, the transceiver indicates the current position data in seconds of accuracy. An NMEA0183 ver. 2.0 or 3.01 (sentence formatters RMC, GGA, GNS, GLL) compatible GPS receiver is required. Ask your dealer about suitable GPS receivers. Push [DSCPOS] for 1 sec. to display the current position.
Latitude and Longitude scroll in sequence at the channel comment indicator. scrolls when no GPS is connected.
Scrolls e Push [Y] or [Z] to select , then push [DSCPOS].
When no address ID is programmed,
r Push [Y] or [Z] to select the desired ID name for deleting and push [DSCPOS].
Scrolls When connecting GPS receiver is compatible with several sentence formatters, the order of input precedence is RMC, GGA, GNS and GLL. GPS blinks when the GPS data is invalid.
t Push [DSCPOS] to delete the address ID and exit the DSC menu. 16
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I Distress call
A Distress call should be transmitted, if in the opinion of the Master, the ship or a person is in distress and requires immediate assistance.
NEVER USE THE DISTRESS CALL WHEN YOUR SHIP OR A PERSON IS NOT IN AN EMERGENCY. A DISTRESS CALL CAN BE USED ONLY WHEN IMMEDIATE HELP IS NEEDED.
q Conrm no Distress call is being received. w While lifting up the key cover, push [DISTRESS] for 5 sec. to transmit the Distress call.
Emergency channel (Ch 70) is automatically selected and the Distress call is transmitted.
Scrolls r After receiving the acknowledgment, reply using the microphone.
tor. scrolls at the channel comment indica-
Scrolls A distress alert contains;
Kinds of distress: Undesignated distress Position data : Latest GPS position data held for 23.5 hrs. or until the power is turned OFF.
e After transmitting the call, the transceiver waits for an acknowledgment call on Ch70.
The Distress call is automatically transmitted every 3.5 to 4.5 minutes. scrolls at the channel comment indicator.
The Distress call is repeated every 3.54.5 min., until receiving an acknowledgement. Push [DISTRESS] to transmit a renewed Distress call, if desired. Push any key except [DISTRESS] to cancel the Call repeat mode. 17
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I Transmitting DSC calls
D Transmitting Individual call
The Individual call function allows you to transmit a DSC signal to a specic ship only. q Push [DSCPOS] to enter the DSC menu.
scrolls at the channel comment indicator.
e Push [Y] or [Z] to specify the desired intership channel, and push [DSCPOS].
Channel 70 is selected and appears.
Scrolls w Push [DSCPOS] and select the desired pre-programmed individual address using [Y] or [Z], then push [DSCPOS].
The ID code for the individual call must be set in advance. (p. 15)
r Push [DSCPOS] to transmit the Individual call.
If Channel 70 is busy, the transceiver stands by until the channel becomes clear. Routine category only is available.
Push [DSC POS] to transmit DSC call.
When Ch 70 is busy.
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t After transmitting the Individual call, stands by on Channel 70 until an acknowledgement is received.
D Transmitting Individual acknowledgement
Transmit an acknowledgement (able to comply or unable to comply) when an Individual call for you is received. q Push [DSCPOS] to enter the DSC menu. w Push [Y] or [Z] to select [DSCPOS].
Scrolls y When the acknowledgement (able to comply) is received, the specified channel (in step e) is selected with beeps automatically. Or, when the acknowledgement (unable to comply) is received, the display returns to the operated channel (before enter the DSC menu) with beeps.
or comment indicator. scrolls at the channel
item appears after an Individual call is received. item disappears if another call is received after the Individual call. The Individual acknowledgement can be transmitted to the last received individual call only.
Scrolls e Push [Y] or [Z] to select the acknowledgement . Scrolls or
u Push and hold [PTT] to communicate your message to the responding ship.
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DSC OPERATION D Transmitting Group call
The Group call function allows you to transmit a DSC signal to a specic group only. q Push [DSCPOS] to enter the DSC menu. w Push [Y] or [Z] to select , and push [DSCPOS].
r Push [DSCPOS] to enter selected Individual call acknowledgement.
appears at the channel comment indicator.
t Push [DSCPOS] to transmit the acknowledgement to the station. e Push [Y] or [Z] to select the desired pre-programmed group address, and push [DSCPOS].
The ID code for the group call must be set in advance. (p. 15)
y After the Individual acknowledgement has been transmitted, the display changes to the channel specified by the calling station automatically when is selected.
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r Push [Y] or [Z] to select the desired intership channel, and push [DSCPOS].
t Push [DSCPOS] to transmit the Group call.
y After the Group call has been transmitted, the display changes to the previously selected channel.
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D Transmitting All Ships call
Large ships use Channel 70 as their listening channel. When you want to announce a message to these ships, use the All Ships call function. q Push [DSCPOS] to enter the DSC menu. w Push [Y] or [Z] to select . Scrolls t After the All Ships call has been transmitted, the display changes to Channel 16 automatically.
Scrolls e Push [DSCPOS] to enter the standby condition for All Ships call.
r Push [DSCPOS] to transmit the All Ships call.
Routine category only is available.
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DSC OPERATION D Transmitting Position Request call
Transmit a Position Request call when you want to know a specied ships current position, etc. q Push [DSCPOS] to enter the DSC menu. w Push [Y] or [Z] to select [DSCPOS]. t Push [DSCPOS] to transmit the Position Request call.
, and push y After the Position Request call has been transmitted, the following indication is displayed.
Scrolls e Push [Y] or [Z] to select the desired pre-programmed individual address.
The ID code for position request must be set in advance. (p. 15)
Scrolls u Push any key to exit the condition and return to the normal operation.
r Push [DSCPOS] to enter the standby condition for Position Request call.
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D Transmitting Position Report call
Transmit a Position Report call when you want to announce your own position to a specic ship and to get an answer, etc. q Push [DSCPOS] to enter the DSC menu. w Push [Y] or [Z] to select [DSCPOS]. t Push [DSCPOS] to transmit the Position Report call.
appears on channel comment indicator. e After the display appears, release . r Push  to select the desired item, if necessary. Starting item Weather alert
t Push [Y] or [Z] to select the desired condition of the item. y Turn power OFF, then ON again to exit Set mode.
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I SET mode items
D Scan type
The transceiver has 2 scan types: Normal scan and Priority scan. Normal scan searches all tag channels in the selected channel group. Priority scan searches all tag channels in sequence while monitoring Channel 16.
D Weather alert
A NOAA broadcast station transmits a weather alert tone before important weather information. When the weather alert function is turned ON, the transceiver detects the alert, then the WX ALT indicator blinks until the transceiver is operated. The previously selected (used) weather channel is checked any time during standby or while scanning.
WX ALT appears instead of WX indication when the function is set ON.
Normal scan (default)
D Scan resume timer
The scan resume timer can be selected as a pause (OFF) or timer scan (ON). When OFF is selected, the scan pauses until the signal disappears. When ON is selected, the scan pauses 5 sec. and resumes even if a signal has been received on any other channel than Channel 16.
Weather alert OFF (default) Weather alert ON
This item can be selected as Dualwatch or Tri-watch. (p. 11)
Scan timer OFF (default)
Scan timer ON
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SET MODE D Automatic acknowledgement
This item sets the Automatic acknowledgement function ON or OFF. When Position Request or Position Report call is received, transceiver automatically transmits Position Request Reply or Position Report Reply, respectively.
D DSC watch
DSC watch monitors Channel 70 while you are receiving another channel. If a distress signal is received on Channel 70, the transceiver monitors Channel 16 and 70 alternately until the distress signal disappears. If a signal is received on another channel, DSC watch pauses until the signal disappears. This function may not be available for some channel groups depending on dealer setting.
Scrolls Auto acknowledgement OFF (default) Scrolls DSC watch OFF (default) Scrolls DSC watch ON
Scrolls Auto acknowledgement ON
D Beep tone
You can select silent operation by turning beep tones OFF or you can have conrmation beeps sound at the push of a key by turning beep tones ON.
Beep tone ON (default)
Beep tone OFF
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CONNECTIONS AND MAINTENANCE
I Supplied accessories
The following accessories are supplied: Qty. q Mounting bracket 1 w DC power cable (OPC-891) 1 e Microphone hanger 1 r Knob bolts for mounting bracket 2 t Mounting screws (5 20) 2 y Mic hanger screws (3 16) 2 u Flat washers (M5) 2 i Spring washers (M5) 2 o Warning sticker 1 q w
A key element in the performance of any communication system is an antenna. Ask your dealer about antennas and the best place to mount them.
I Fuse replacement
One fuse is 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.
If the transceiver becomes dusty or dirty, wipe it clean with a soft, dry cloth. AVOID the use of solvents such as benzene or alcohol, as they may damage transceiver surfaces.
r t u i y
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q w e e DC POWER CONNECTOR Connects the supplied DC power cable from this connector to an external 12 V battery. r ANTENNA CONNECTOR Connects a marine VHF antenna with a PL-259 connector to the transceiver. CAUTION: Transmitting without an antenna may damage the transceiver. CAUTION: After connecting the DC power cable, GPS receiver lead and external speaker lead, cover the connector and leads with an adhesive tape as shown below, to prevent water seeping into the transceiver.
Rubber vulcanizing tape
q GPS RECEIVER LEAD Connects to a GPS receiver for position indication.
An NMEA0183 ver. 2.0 or 3.01 (sentence formatters RMC, GGA, GNS, GLL) compatible GPS receiver is required. Ask your dealer about suitable GPS receivers. Yellow: NMEA IN (+) Green: NMEA IN ( )
w EXTERNAL SPEAKER LEAD Connects to an external speaker.
Blue: Speaker (+) Gray: Speaker ( )
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I Mounting the transceiver
Using the supplied mounting bracket
The universal mounting bracket supplied with your transceiver allows overhead or dashboard mounting. Mount the transceiver securely with the 2 supplied screws (5 20) to a surface which is more than 10 mm thick and can support more than 5 kg. Mount the transceiver so that the face of the transceiver is at 90 to your line of sight when operating it. CAUTION: KEEP the transceiver and microphone at least 1 meter away from your vessels magnetic navigation compass. NOTE: Check the installation angle; the function display may not be easy-to-read at some angles.
I Optional MB-92 attachment
An optional MB-92 DUST COVER is available for attaching the transceivers front panel to prevent the keys and knobs getting wet when the transceiver is not used. Attach the optional MB-92 as shown below.
to the transceiver
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I Optional MB-69 installation
An optional MB-69 FLUSH MOUNT is available for mounting the transceiver to a at surface such as an instrument panel. CAUTION: KEEP the transceiver and microphone at least 1 meter away from your vessels magnetic navigation compass. q Using the template on p. 39, carefully cut a hole into the instrument panel (or wherever you plan to mount the transceiver.) w Slide the transceiver through the hole as shown below. r Tighten the end bolts on the clamps (rotate clockwise) so that the clamps press firmly against the inside of the instrument control panel. t Tighten the locking nuts (rotate counterclockwise) so that the transceiver is securely mounted in position as below. y Connect the antenna and power cable, then return the instrument control panel to its original place. e Attach the clamps on either side of the transceiver with 2 supplied bolts (mm).
Make sure that the clamps align parallel to the transceiver body.
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PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION Check the connection to the transceiver. Set squelch to the threshold point. Set [VOL] to a suitable level. Drain water from the speaker. The transceiver does Bad connection to the power supply. not turn ON. No sound from speaker. Squelch level is too high. Volume level is too low. Speaker has been exposed to water.
REF. p. 32 p. 8 p. 8 pgs. 6, 7, 36 p. 8
Transmitting is impossi- Some channels are for low power or re- Change channels. ble, or high power can ceive only. Push [HI/LO] on the microphone to select The output power is set to low. not be selected. high power. Scan does not start. No beeps. TAG channel is not programmed. Beep tones are turned OFF. The squelch is open. Turn the beep tone ON in Set mode. Set squelch to the threshold point.
Set the desired channels as TAG channels. p. 13 p. 30 p. 8 p. 14
Distress call cannot be MMSI (DSC self ID) code is not pro- Program the MMSI (DSC self ID) code. transmitted. grammed.
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01 01A 03A 05A 06 07A 12 13*15*17*1 18A 19
Channel number Frequency (MHz) USA INT CAN Transmit Receive 19A 20 20A 21 21A 22 22A 23 23A 61A 63A 25b 28 28b 21 21b 20 19A 156.950 156.950 20*1 157.000 161.600 157.000 157.000 157.050 161.650 66A 67*69 70*74 77*1 78A 79 79A 80 80A 81 81A 82 82A Rx only 161.650 157.100 161.700 22A 157.100 157.100 157.150 161.750 157.150 157.150 157.200 161.800 157.250 161.850 Rx only 161.850 157.300 161.900 157.350 161.950 157.400 162.000 Rx only 162.000 156.025 160.625 156.075 160.675 61A 156.075 156.075 156.125 160.725 62A 156.125 156.125 156.175 160.775 156.175 156.175 156.225 160.825 21A 157.050 157.050 65A Channel number Frequency (MHz) USA INT CAN Transmit Receive 64A 65 65A 70*64A 156.225 160.825 156.275 160.875 65A 156.275 156.275 156.325 160.925 156.375 156.375 156.425 156.425 156.475 156.475 156.575 156.575 156.625 156.625 156.675 156.675 156.725 156.725 156.925 161.525 78A 156.925 156.925 156.975 161.575 79A 156.975 156.975 157.025 161.625 80A 157.025 157.025 157.075 161.675 81A 157.075 157.075 157.125 161.725 82A 157.125 157.125 157.175 161.775 WX channel Frequency (MHz) Transmit RX only RX only RX only RX only RX only RX only RX only RX only RX only RX only Receive 162.550 162.400 162.475 162.425 162.450 162.500 162.525 161.650 161.775 163.84A 85 85A 86 86A 87 87A 88 88A 84 Channel number Frequency (MHz) USA INT CAN Transmit Receive 83A 83A 157.175 157.175 83b 84 Rx only 161.775 157.225 161.825 157.225 157.225 157.275 161.875 157.275 157.275 157.325 161.925 157.325 157.325 157.375 161.975 157.375 157.375 157.425 162.025 157.425 157.425
VHF MARINE TRANSCEIVER
Three Colors, One Terrific Icom Marine Radio
The speakers high sound pressure level delivers loud and clear reception. Background noise is blown away! The microphone is tuned to pick up voice, while reducing ambient noise.
Large backlit LCD
The wide LCD shows large channel numbers and channel names of up to 10 characters. 4 levels of LCD backlighting are available.
1m depth for 30 minutes
Built-in DSC capability
The DSC (Digital Selective Calling) allows you to send a formatted distress message in an emergency. Position data is automatically exchanged between the two stations.
The installation of the IC-M302 is not limited to covered areas. Be assured, the IC-M302 can handle all types of wet! Equivalent to JIS Grade 7.
Weather channels with weather alert function Dualwatch and Tri-watch functions GPS connection (NMEA input) External speaker connection
153mm; 61/32 in. 137mm; 513/32 in. 13.2mm; 17/32 in. 67mm; 25/8 in. 51mm; 2 in.
Frequency range : Tx 156.025157.425MHz Rx 156.050163.275MHz Usable channels : USA, CAN, INT, WX channels Type of emission : 16K0G3E, 16K0G2B Power supply : 13.8V DC 15% Current drain : Tx 5.5A (at 25W output) (at 13.8V DC) Rx 1.5A (at AF max.) Operating temperature range: 20C to +60C; 4F to +140F Antenna impedance: 50 (SO-239) Dimensions (WHD, projections not included) : 15367132mm ; in. Weight (approx.) : 825g; 1.8lb : RMC, GGA, GNS, GLL NMEA formats
Measurements made in accordance with TIA/EIA 603. All stated specications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
Intermediate freq. : 1st 21.7MHz, 2nd 450kHz Sensitivity : 0.22V typical at 12dB SINAD Squelch sensitivity: Less than 0.22V Adj. Ch. selectivity : More than 70dB Spurious response: More than 70dB Intermodulation : More than 70dB Hum and noise : More than 40dB Audio output power : 4.5W typical at 10% distortion
with a 4 load
Supplied accessories: Hand microphone Mounting bracket kit DC power cable
FORCE5AUDIO logo is a trademark of Icom Inc. (Japan) in the United States.
MB-69 FLUSH MOUNT KIT For flush-mounting the IC-M302 to a flat surface such as an instrument control panel.
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS
MB-92 DUST COVER Protects the IC-M302 from dust and strong sun light when the radio is not in use. HM-141B/141W/141G HAND MICROPHONE White, black and gray are available. Same as supplied.
GPS receiver lead; (+): Yellow, (): Green External speaker lead; (+): Blue, (): Gray DC power connector; (+): Red, (): Black Antenna connector
1-1-32, Kamiminami, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547-0003, Japan Phone: +81 (06) 6793 5302
Fax: +81 (06) 6793 0013
Count on us!
Icom America Inc.
< Corporate Headquarters >
2380 116th Avenue N.E., Bellevue, WA 98004, U.S.A. Phone : +1 (425) 454-8155 Fax : +1 (425) 454-1509 URL : http://www.icomamerica.com < Customer Service > Phone : +1 (425) 454-7619
Icom (Europe) GmbH
Communication Equipment Himmelgeister Str. 100, D-40225 Dsseldorf, Germany Phone : +49 (0211) 346047 Fax : +49 (0211) 333639 URL : http://www.icomeurope.com
Asia Icom Inc.
6F No. 68, Sec. 1 Cheng-Teh Road, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Phone : +886 (02) Fax : +886 (02) URL : http://www.asia-icom.com
Your local distributor/dealer:
Glenwood Centre #150-6165 Highway 17, Delta, B.C., V4K 5B8, Canada Phone : +1 (604) 952-4266 Fax : +1 (604) 952-0090 URL : http://www.icomcanada.com
Icom Spain S.L.
Crta. de Gracia a Manresa Km. 14,Sant Cugat del Valles Barcelona, Spain Phone : +34 (93) 70 Fax : +34 (93) 46 URL : http://www.icomspain.com
Beijing Icom Ltd.
1305, Wanshang Plaza, Shijingshan Road, Beijing, China Phone : +86 (010) Fax : +86 (010) URL : http://www.bjicom.com
Icom (Australia) Pty. Ltd.
A.B.N. 290-294 Albert Street, Brunswick, Victoria, 3056, Australia Phone : +61 (03) Fax : +61 (03) URL : http://www.icom.net.au
Icom (UK) Ltd.
Unit 9, Sea St., Herne Bay, Kent, CT6 8LD, U.K. Phone : +44 (01227) 741741 Fax : +44 (01227) 741742 URL : http://www.icomuk.co.uk
Icom New Zealand
146A Harris Road, East Tamaki, Auckland, New Zealand Phone : +64 (09) Fax : +64 (09) URL : http://www.icom.co.nz
Icom France S.a
Zac de la Plaine, 1, Rue Brindejonc des Moulinais BP 5804, 31505 Toulouse Cedex, France Phone : +33 (5) Fax : +33 (5) URL : http://www.icom-france.com
Icom Inc. (Japan), is an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certification acquired company.
2003 Icom Inc.
Printed in Japan
30.7mm; 17/32 in.
41.6mm; 15/8 in.
Output power : 25W or 1W (at 13.8V DC) Modulation system : Variable reactance frequency modulation Max. freq. deviation : 5kHz Frequency error : 10ppm Spurious emissions : Less than 70dBc (at 25W) Adj. channel power : More than 70dB Audio harmonic distortion : Less than 10% (at 60% dev.) Residual modulation : More than 40dB
86.3mm; 313/32 in.
101.3mm; 4 in.
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