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Comments to date: 9. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
patis 3:06pm on Sunday, October 31st, 2010 
I must be a compulsive headphone buyer. I have a lot of headphones at home, most inexpensive and not all are being used.
AHB 9:31am on Monday, October 18th, 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.
Rob Zaaijer 11:36am on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 
Not only do I like bacon, but I love the way it smells when it is cooking Inexpensive, but sound great The wire is a little thin. Not a big deal. i used egg saver and got it in 4 days....not that bad as i thought it would be 1. good bass ; 2. crisp sound ; 3.
izzo 7:37am on Friday, July 23rd, 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.
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Headphones Arrived quickly. Earphones work very well but no good if your lug holes are smaller than the average person.
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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.
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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.
filip 2:02pm on Wednesday, May 5th, 2010 
Sound quality??? After reading other review I am extremely surprised at what I am listening to. For this great price, not bad So I ordered these on Monday, early morning and after the item was finally shipped.
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"This is my 3rd tape adapter for my iPod - first was Monster Cable, then Dynex (?) - which was the worst, and now this Sony one. "This sony cassette player with the attached ipod wire works really well. It is also easy to use.

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The transceiver automatically stops the alarm after 50 sec.
When immediate help is needed Push and hold [EMERGENCY] on the GM110DSC for 5 sec., until the short beeps become one long beep, to send the distress call.
Push [ALARM] to turn the alarm transmission off,
then push and hold the PTT switch on the microphone and send the following information: 1. MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY. 2. THIS IS. (name of vessel) 3. LOCATED AT. (vessels position) 4. Give the reason for the distress call. 5. Explain what assistance you need. 6. Give additional information: Vessel type Vessel length Vessel color Number of people onboard.
After 2182 kHz is automatically selected, transmit
the appropriate information as at left using voice.
When a potential problem exists Push [SEL] on the GM-110DSC, then select all
ships call with [ENT] and the DATA SELECTOR.
Push and hold [CALL] on the GM-110DSC for 5
sec., until short beeps become one long beep, to use the all ships call function.
After the pre-selected frequency is selected,
transmit the appropriate information using voice.
DSC equipped ships may monitor your transmission.

VERSIONS

The following versions are available for the IC-M710RT: Version Ground type Negative ground and Floating ground Negative ground and Floating ground Negative ground only Description Corrosion-resistant exterior. High stability crystal and FSK narrow lter built-in. Optional DSC terminal unit can be connected. 2182 kHz 2-tone alarm is built-in. 2182 kHz 2-tone alarm is built-in. FSK/CW narrow lter is optional. All SSB/FSK ITU channels available. 2182 kHz 2-tone alarm is optional. FSK/CW narrow lter is optional. ITU channels are optional.

Marine

General

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT. ii EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS. ii PRECAUTIONS. ii IN CASE OF EMERGENCY. iii VERSIONS. iii TABLE OF CONTENTS. iv 1 OPERATING RULES AND GUIDELINES. PANEL DESCRIPTION. 25 I Front panel. 2 I Main unit. 4
D HM-120 microphone keys. 4
6 SET MODE. 1215 I Set mode operation. 12 I Set mode contents. CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATION. 1625 I Supplied accessories. 16 I Attaching 1 remote controller. 16 I Attaching 2 remote controllers. 17
D Set ID number. 17 D Intercom operation. 17
I Display. SELECTING A CHANNEL/FREQUENCY. 68 I Selecting a channel. 6
D Using the channel selector. 6 D Using the keypad. 7 D Scan functions. 7
I Attaching 2 remote controllers and a PC. I Notes for remote control. I Connections on rear panel. I Connector information. I Ground connection. I Power source. I Antenna.
I Selecting a frequency. 8
D Using the channel selector. 8 D Using the keypad. 8
D MN-100/MN-101L. 23 D AT-130. 23 D Non-Icom tuner. 23

I Mounting. 24

D Mounting location. 24 D Mounting example. 24 D Transceiver dimensions. 24

Audio does not come from the speaker when: A microphone is not connected. The [SQL] switch is turned on and no signal is being received.
y GROUP CHANNEL SELECTOR [GROUP] Selects groups in 20 channel steps and ITU marine channel groups.
o FUNCTION SWITCH [FUNC] After pushing, activates the secondary functions of these switches: [RESET]. Deactivates external control such as from a DSC terminal unit when connected. [SQL]. Starts and stops scan (p. 7). [SPEAKER] Activates intercom function (p. 17). [RX]. Sets RF gain (p. 10). [TX]. Selects transmit power (p. 9). [CE]. Reprograms the channel name (p. 12).
NOTE: Function availability depends on version.
!0 CLARITY CONTROL [CLARITY] (p. 10) Shifts the receive frequency 150 Hz for clear reception of an off frequency signal.
NOTE: Some versions have no ITU channels.

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!1 KEYPAD Enters the selected channel number (or freRX quency*) for direct channel selection. (p. 7) Stores a receive frequency into a user channel or ITU simplex channel when:
pushing [CE] (s appears) entering the desired frequency via the keypad pushing and holding [RX] (p. 12)
!4 AGC OFF SWITCH [AGC] (p. 10) Deactivates the AGC function to receive weak signals blocked by strong adjacent signals.
appears when the [AGC] switch is turned on (stands for AGC deactivated).
Adjusts the RF gain after pushing [FUNC] to reduce the receiver sensitivity. (p. 10) Stores a transmit frequency into a user channel (except General versions) when:
pushing [TX] ($ ashes) pushing [CE] (s appears) entering the desired frequency via the keypad pushing and holding [TX] (p. 12)
!5 MODE SWITCH [MODE] (p. 9) Selects an operating mode temporarily. Available modes differ with version.
J3E (USB), H3E, J2B (AFSK), FSK, R3E and A1A (CW) modes are available. The temporary mode is cleared and the previous mode appears when changing a channel.
Selects the transmitter channel for cross channel operation (Europe versions only) when:
pushing [TX] ($ ashes) entering the desired channel number via the keypad
!6 OVEN INDICATOR (GMDSS version only) Internal high-stability crystal oscillator unit contains a temperature-compensating oven heater. This high-stability crystal oscillator improves frequency stability.
STANDBY appears when power to the main unit is turned off.
Selects the transmit output power after pushing [FUNC]. (p. 9)
Toggles the channel number input and frequency input.* (p. 8) s appears when frequency input* is selected.

The channel selector and keypad changes the frequency while s appears.
!7 TRANSMIT FREQUENCY SWITCH [TX FREQ] (p. 9) Displays the transmit frequency and opens the squelch to check and monitor the transmit frequency. !kHz SELECTION SWITCH [2182kHz RESET ] (p. iii) Selects channel 0 (2182 kHz; distress call frequency).
The channel selector does not function when selecting channel 0.
Clears the entered digit and retrieves the previous channel (or frequency*) while entering numbers. (p. 7) Enters the name programming condition, after pushing [FUNC], for changing the channel name. (p. 12) Toggles the channel and frequency indications. (p. 6) CH/FREQ Enters for ITU simplex channels. (p. 7)
Ignores external control and gives the front panel control priority when an external controller (NMEA format) is connected. !9 ALARM SWITCH [ALARM] (p. iii) Emits a distress alarm signal from the speaker. Transmits a distress alarm or alarm testing signal when pushed together with the [TX FREQ] switch.
Enter channel number with up to 4 or 5 digits when s does not appear. (p. 7) Enter the frequency with up to 6 digits* when appears. (p. 8)
NOTE: General versions are not equipped with this

[ALARM] switch.

!2 SQUELCH SWITCH [SQL] (p. 10) Activates the voice squelch function to reject undesired background noise while no signal is being received.
The squelch opens only when the received signal contains no voice or FSK components.
Starts and stops the scan function after pushing [FUNC]. (p. 7) !3 NOISE BLANKER SWITCH [NB] (p. 10) Turns the noise blanker function on to remove pulse-type noise such as engine ignition noise.
NB appears when the function is turned on. *Some versions do not have frequency selection and frequency indication. 3

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I Main unit (controller detached)

q w e r

q RS-232C CONNECTOR (p. 18) Connects the IC-M710RT to a PC via an RS-232C cable for remote control of transceiver function using the optional RS-710RT software. w POWER INDICATOR Appears while power is turned on. e CONTROLLER CONNECTOR Connects the main body of the IC-M710RT to the front panel (controller) when detached from the main body. r CONTROLLER CONNECTOR (pgs. 16, 17) Same as above. t POWER SWITCH Same function as the power switch ([POWER]) on the front panel.
Only available on the Europe and GMDSS versions.

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D Using the keypad
Direct channel selection via the keypad is available for quick channel selection.
[EXAMPLE]: Selecting channel 153
Make sure s does not appear on the display. Enter the desired channel number via the keypad.
A user channel is selected when channel 1160 is input (max. number may be optionally restricted). An ITU SSB channel is selected when channel numbers higher than 401 are input (not available for some versions). An ITU FSK channel is selected when channel numbers higher than 4001 are input (not usable according to set mode setting). The key can be used for selecting an ITU simplex channel. If it appears, push [CE] to delete it.

TX DSC ALM RX

TX DSC ALM RX TX DSC
Push [RX] to select the entered channel.

D Using scan functions

(Some versions do not have these functions) The transceiver has automatic channel or frequency change capability (scan function). There are 3 types of scan functions available to suit your needs.

Channel scan

ch 2 ch 3 scan is cancelled when transmitting
Channel scan and channel resume scan increase channels within a 5 channel range such as ch 1 to ch 5, ch 156 to ch 160, etc. in user channels; or all channels in the group of ITU channels. Programmed scan (optional) changes frequencies within the frequency range between user channels 159 and 160. Scan selection is available in set mode. See p. 14 for scan selection.
SCAN OPERATION Select your desired channel group with the [GROUP] and [CHANNEL] selector.

Channel resume scan

ch 2 ch 3 scan pauses for 30 sec., then resumes after transmitting
Push [SQL] to turn OFF the squelch function if pro Push [FUNC] then [SQL] to start the scan. To stop the scan, repeat step again.
Or use the keypad and [CE] key for direct selection. This operation is not necessary for programmed scan.
grammed scan is selected.
[CHANNEL] rotation and some other switches also stop the scan.
Programmed scan (optional)

ch 159 ch 160

Scans the frequency range between the programmed frqeuencies on channels 159 and 160. Scans fast when squelch is closed and slowly when squelch is open.

switch on the microphone.
microphone connector [SPEAKER] [SQL] TUNE ashes for 1 to 2 sec. for the rst transmission on a channel when an antenna tuner is connected.
After the ashing stops, speak into the microphone
at your normal voice level.
The RF meter shows the output power according to your voice level.

[CLARITY]

Select the desired channel to be received with the
[GROUP] and [CHANNEL] selectors.
When receiving a signal, the S-meter shows the signal strength.
Release the PTT switch to return to receive.

I Functions for transmit

D Transmit frequency check
When DUP appears on the display such as for a ship-to-shore channel, the transmit frequency differs from the receive frequency. In such cases, the transmit frequency should be monitored before transmitting to prevent interference to other stations. Push and hold [TX FREQ] to monitor the transmit frequency.
The display shows the transmit frequency.
D Transmit power selection
The transceiver has 3 selectable output powers.* High power allows longer distance communications and low power reduces power consumption.
*Only 2 selectable output powers are available with some versions. In this case, level 1 stands for 60 W (the same as level 2).
Push [FUNC] then [TX] to call up the following display.
NOTE: Low power setting affects all channels except the 2182 kHz emergency channel.
Rotate the [CHANNEL] selector to select high or

low output power.

3 : high power (150 W PEP) 2 : middle power (60 W PEP) 1 : low power (20 W PEP)
NOTE: Although power selection appears possible with GMDSS versions, only high power is available.
Push [FUNC] or [CE] to return to the previous display.

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I Functions for receive

D Squelch function

The squelch function detects signals with voice components and squelches (mutes) unwanted signals such as unmodulated beat signals. This provides quiet standby. When you need to receive weak signals, the squelch should be turned off. Push [SQL] to toggle the function on and off.

AGC SQL F

SQL appears when the squelch function is turned on.

D Noise blanker

The noise blanker function reduces pulse type noise such as that coming from engine ignitions. The noise blanker may distort reception of strong signals. In such cases, the noise blanker should be turned off. Push [NB] to toggle the function on and off.

push [MODE] one or more times to select A1A. Operate the CW keyer to transmit a CW signal. keyer to the ACC(1) socket as shown at right.
CW key ACC(1) socket pin 2
NOTE: CW mode is not available in some versions and CW narrow can be selected in set mode (p. 14) when an optional lter is installed (already built-in to the GMDSS versions).

I FSK operation

The transceiver has FSK and J2B modes for FSK operationuse FSK when using the built-in oscillator; use J2B when using an AFSK terminal unit.
FSK terminal unit connection
Connect an FSK terminal unit as shown at right. Select the desired channel. Push [MODE] one or more times to select the type
of emission, FSK or J2B. Operate the FSK terminal unit.
FSK ITU channel group, ch 4001 to ch 25040, are available depending on version. pin 4 pins 2, 5 pin 3
FSK keying AF input Tx/Rx control Ground FSK terminal unit

NOTE:

FSK shift frequency and FSK polarity can be adjusted in set mode (p. 14). Some transceivers my operate 1.7 kHz higher than the IC-M710RTs J2B mode even when the same displayed frequencies are in use.

ACC(1) socket

I Cross channel operation*
Cross channel operation is available with some versions to operate different channels for receive and transmit.
Cross channel operation example
Select the desired channel for receive. Push [TX], then select the desired channel for

transmit.

ITU simplex channels cannot be used.

While receiving

Push [TX] again to stop the blinking. Operate the transceiver normally. Change the channel to clear the cross channel setting.
*This function is available for Europe versions only.
$ ashes after pushing [TX].

While transmitting

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USER CHANNEL PROGRAMMING

I Programming a frequency
The IC-M710RT has up to 160 user-programmable channels each with channel name capability of up to 7 alphanumeric characters.
NOTE: ITU simplex channels can be programmed
as well as user channels. However, transmit frequencies cannot be programmed as it is not necessary.
D Receive frequency Select the desired channel to be programmed. Push [CE] to select frequency selection mode. Enter the desired frequency via the keypad5 or

6 digits.

s and frequency appear on the display. Channels 1 to 160 (maximum) are programmable.

Push [CE]

Frequency and appear. Set frequency

AT-130 (default) AT-120

NOTE: Internal switch selection may be required
when using a non-Icom tuner (p. 23).
(3) Automatic tuning condition When the optional AT-130 or AT-130E automatic antenna tuner is connected, tuning can be started automatically without the [TUNE] switch, for instant operation. If manual tuning is required, this automatic operation can be deactivated.
Tuning starts when pushing [PTT] on a new frqeuency.
Tuning starts only when [TUNE] is pushed. (default)

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(4) Scan type selection (scan-type only) This item selects one of the following scan functions. Channel scan and channel resume scan search 5 channels around a user selected channel or search all ITU channels in the band when an ITU channel is selected. Programmed scan (optional) searches signals within the frequency range and activates slowly while squelch is open and fast while squelch is closed.
ALM RX AGC TX DSC ALM RX AGC TX DSC ALM RX AGC TX DSC F F F
Channel scan Scan is canceled when transmitting. (default) Channel resume scan Scan pauses when squelch opens, then resumes after 10 sec. Channel resume scan Scan operates over the frequency range. (optional)
(5) Scan speed This item adjusts the scan speed (rate at which channels are searched). The scan speed can be set from 1 to 10 with 1 being the fastest and 10 being the slowest.

Fastest scan speed

(default: 4)

Slowest scan speed

(6) Channel name and frequency The lower half of the display can be set to display a programmable channel name or a receive frequency according to operator needs.
Channel number and channel name alphanumeric (default) Channel number and frequency
(7) CW/FSK narrow lter This item selects the passband width for A1A (CW), FSK or J2B mode.
Passband: 2.3 kHz/6 dB (default)
NOTE: When on is selected without optional lter installation, the Marine and General versions do not function in these modes. The GMDSS versions can use on as standard.
Passband: 500 Hz/6 dB (Gene/Marine) 350 Hz/6 dB (GMDSS)
(8) FSK shift frequency Several shift frequencies (the difference between the mark and space frequency) are used for FSK operation. This item allows you to select a shift frequency for almost any FSK system.
Shift frequency: 170 Hz (default) Shift frequency: 425 Hz Shift frequency: 850 Hz

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(9) FSK polarity Normal and reverse polarities are available for FSK operation. This item allows you to select one of these polarities. FSK-REV off (normal): key open (mark); key close (space) FSK-REV on (reverse): key open (space); key close (mark)

FSK normal (default)

FSK reverse
(10) CW break-in The CW break-in function (in A1A mode) toggles transmit and receive with CW keying. Full break-in allows you to receive signals between transmitted keying pulses during CW transmission. Semi break-in allows you to mute receiving until keying stops with some delay time.
Full break-in Automatic keying without delay time (default) Semi break-in Automatic keying with delay time OFF Manual transmission necessary for keying
(11) Microphone keys This item activates/deactivates the keys on the HM120 HAND MICROPHONE (P, Y and Z). Refer to p. 4 to program the P key.
Microphone keys activated. (default)
Microphone keys deactivated.
(12) Remote control busy timer This sets the time for which operation of one remote controller is inhibited while operating the other. The timer can be set from 0 to 180 sec.
Busy timer: 5 sec. (default)
(13) ID number setting for remote control When connecting an external controller such as a personal computer, 2-digit ID codes are required to access the transceiver. The IC-M701RT adopts NMEA0183 format and uses a proprietary sentence for remote control. ID 01 to 99 are available.

NMEA ID: 03 (default)

(14) Remote control input terminal Remote control signals can be input via the [RS232C] socket or [CLONE] jack.
[REMOTE] socket (default)

[CLONE] jack

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CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATION

I Supplied accessories

DC power cable (OPC-568). 1 Mounting bracket. 1 Bracket knobs (8820000170). 4 CONNECTORS DIN connector (8-pin for ACC1). 1 DIN connector (7-pin for ACC2). 1 Tuner connector (56100000150). 1 Pins for tuner connector (6510019030). 4 DIN connector cover (GMDSS onlyattach to the ACC sockets). 1 NUTS AND BOLTS Allen bolt (M6 50). 4 Self-tapping screws (M6 30). 4 Nuts (M6; use 2 pcs. for each bolt). 8 Flat washers (M6). 8 Spring washers (M6). 4 Self-tapping screws (3.for mic. hanger). 2 FUSES FGB 30 A (rear panel). 2 FGB 5 A (internal). 2
RC-21 (REMOTE CONTROLLER) ACCESSORIES Microphone (HM-120*). 1 Microphone hanger*. 1 DC power cable (OPC-775). 1 Mounting bracket. 1 Bracket knobs. 2 NUTS AND BOLTS Self-tapping screws* (3.for mic. hanger). 2 Flat washers (M5). 2 Nuts (M6; use 2 pcs. for each bolt). 10 Spring washers (M6). 5 Allen bolt (M6 50). 5 Self-tapping screws. 5 Flat washers (M6). 10 Ground lug (M5). 1 FUSES FGB 30 A (rear panel). 2 FGB 5 A (internal). 2

*ACC(1): Marine and general versions only.
ACC(2)*/ACC* PIN PIN NAME
Regulated 8 V output. Same as ACC(1) pin 2. Same as ACC(1) pin 3. No connection. Same as ACC(1) pin 8. T/R relay control output. Same as ACC(1) pin 7.
Output voltage: 8 V 0.3 V Output current: Less than 10 mA
8V GND SEND NC ALC RLC 13.6 V
When transmitting: 0 V (less than 0.5 A)
* ACC(2): Marine and general version; ACC: GMDSS version.

MICROPHONE PIN PIN NAME

Audio input from the microphone element. No connection. AF output controlled with [VOLUME]. Connected to pin 4 in the microphone. AF input. Connected to pin 3 in the microphone. PTT switch input. Connected to ground. Coaxial ground for MIC+. Coaxial ground for AF1 and AF2.

Input impedance: 600

MIC+ NC AF1 AF2 PTT GND MIC AF
When grounded, transmits.

PIN PIN NAME

KEY START 13.6V E ANTC
Key signal input. Start signal output. 13.6 V output. Negative terminal. Antenna current input.
0.5 to 0.8 V during tuning. Pulled up 8 V, 0 V (100 msec) as a start signal. Maximum current: 2 A USA version (See below for Europe version.) Input level: Approx. 2 V rms

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DMD+ DMD DAF+ DAF NMI+ NMI NMO+ NMO GND
Modulation input from a DSC terminal unit. Coaxial ground for DMD+. AF detector output for a DSC terminal unit. Coaxial ground for DAF+. NMEA data output. Coaxial ground for NMI+. NMEA data output. Coaxial ground for NMO+. Ground for digital equipment.
Input impedance: 600 Input level: Approx. 0.75 V rms Input impedance: 600 Input level: Approx. 0.252.5 V rms
NMEA standard format/level.

MOD/AF

3 NMD+ NMD NAF+ NAF NSEN NC NC NC GND
Modulation input for an external terminal unit. Coaxial ground for NMD+. AF detector output for an external terminal unit. Coaxial ground for NAF+. Transmits when grounded. No connection. No connection. No connection. Ground for digital equipment.
Input impedance: 600 Input level: Approx. 100 mV rms Input impedance: 600 Input level: Approx. 0.252.5 V rms
Ground level: 0.5 to 0.8 V Input level: Less than 20 mA

REMOTE

MOD+ MOD AF+ AF NMI+ NMI NMO+ NMO GND
Modulation input from an external terminal unit. Coaxial ground for MOD+. AF detector output for an external terminal unit. Coaxial ground for AF+. NMEA data input. Coaxial ground for NMI+. NMEA data output. Coaxial ground for NMO+. Ground for digital equipment.

DC 13.6V

1, 4, 7

DC input (positive).

Max. power consumption: 30 A

2, 5, 8

DC input (negative).

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I Ground connection
The transceiver, remote controller RC-21 and antenna tuner MUST have an adequate ground connection. Otherwise, the overall efficiency of the transceiver and antenna tuner installation will be reduced. Electrolysis, electrical shocks and interference from other equipment could also occur. For best results, use the heaviest gauge wire or strap available and make the connection as short as possible. Ground the transceiver, RC-21 and antenna tuner to one ground point, otherwise voltage differences between 2 ground points may cause electrolysis. u CAUTION: The IC-M710RT has either a negative ground or floating ground depending on version. NEVER connect the negative ground type to a plus-grounding ship, otherwise the transceiver will not function. Ground system example Good ground points Ships ground terminal External ground plate External copper screen Acceptable ground points Stainless steel tuna tower Stainless steel stanchion Through mast Through hull Metal water tank Undesirable ground points (these points may cause electrolysis) Engine block Keel bolt Unusable ground points (these connections may cause an explosion or electrical shock) Gas or electrical pipe Fuel tank or oil-catch pan

Transceiver

Optional AT-130/E

Copper pipe

Metal object
yyyyyy ;;;;;; yyyyyy ;;;;;; yyyyyy ;;;;;; yyyyyy ;;;;;; Copper screen

I Power source

The transceiver requires regulated DC power of 13.6 V and at least 30 A. There are 3 ways to supply power: Direct connection to a 12 V battery in your ship through the supplied DC power cable. Use the PS-60 DC POWER SUPPLY to connect to an AC outlet. Use the PS-66 DC-DC CONVERTER to connect to a 1932 V DC power source. u CAUTION: The supplied DC power cable MUST be used to provide power to the transceiver. AVOID exceeding the 3 m (10 ft) length of the DC power cable. If it is necessary to make a run of over 3 m, use #6 or similar weight cable instead of the supplied DC power cable for a maximum run of 6 m (20 ft). DC power cable connection

NOTE: Use terminals

for the cable connection.

Crimp black red

Solder 12 V battery Supplied DC power cable

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I Antenna
Most stations operate with a whip or long wire (insulated backstay) antenna. However, these antennas cannot be connected directly to the transceiver since their impedance may not be matched with the transceiver antenna connector. With a 50 matched antenna all marine bands cannot be used. The following antenna matcher or antenna tuner may be helpful for antenna installation.
D MN-100/MN-100L ANTENNA MATCHERS
Antenna wire MN-100/MN-100L
D AT-130/AT-130E AUTOMATIC ANTENNA TUNER

AT-130/E IC-M710RT

To antenna element

[E] [13.6] [START] [KEY]

KEY 13.6

START E

Coaxial cable
Control cable (sold separately) An optional OPC-566 is available

D Non-Icom tuner

Some non-Icom tuners may be used with the IC-M. Please consult your dealer or marina if you wish to connect one. The following internal settings may be required for connection.
Supplies 8 V when pushing [TUNE]. Grounded when pushing [TUNE]. (used for AT-130/Edefault)

S9 (Start port level)

Accepts LOW as an answer back signal.
Accepts HIGH as an answer back signal. (used for AT-130/Edefault)

S11 (Key port input)

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I Mounting

D Mounting location
Select a location that provides easy access to the front panel for navigation safety, has good ventilation and is not subject to sea spray. The controller should be at 90 degrees to your line of sight when operating it.
u CAUTION: KEEP the transceiver and microphone at least 1 meter away from your vessels magnetic navigation compass. Check the installation angle; the display may not be easy to read at some angles.
D Mounting the controller/main body
Spring washer Spring washer Flat washers Flat washers Nuts (Use two nuts to prevent loosening)
Nuts (Use two nuts to prevent loosening)

D Transceiver dimensions

116 mm (4916 in)
292 mm (1112 in) 66 mm (21932 in) 292 mm (1112 in) 317 mm (121516 in)

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I Installing internal options

D Opening the case

Follow the case and cover opening procedures shown here when you want to install an option or adjust a setting for non-Icom tuner control.
Front sealing Rear sealing
Remove the 9 screws from the rear panel, then re Remove the transceiver case. When reassembling the transceiver, check the following points: Internal fan and slits in the case are on the same side. Front sealing is mated correctly. Rear sealing is attached in the proper orientation. Screws are tightened securely. move the rear frame and rear sealing.

Rear frame

D Installing an optional lter and alarm unit
After opening the case as shown above, install the desired option to the position as at right. These options are available (or already built-in) for the following versions: Version FL-100

CW/FSK NARROW FILTER

Marine optional built-in
General optional optional

Space for UT-95

2-TONE ALARM UNIT
After installing the 2-tone alarm unit into a General version, remove the plastic cover on the [ALARM] switch to use the switch.

Space for the FL-100. (Plug in here. Right or left orientation is okay.)

I Fuse replacement

The transceiver has 3 fuses to protect internal circuitry, 2 fuses for the fuse holder on the rear panel and 1 for inside. If the transceiver stops functioning, check the fuses below.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
What appears to be equipment malfunction may not be damaging or difcult to solve. Check the following chart before making any adjustments or sending the transceiver to an Icom Service Center. PROBLEM POWER POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION REF.
Power does not come on Power cable is improperly connected. when [POWER] is pushed. Blown fuse. No sound comes from the speaker. The [SPEAKER] switch is turned ON. Microphone is not connected. RF gain is set too deeply and several segments of the S-meter appear. The squelch is closed. Sensitivity is low and only strong signals are audible. Antenna is not properly matched to the operating frequency.
Reconnect the cable securely. p. 19 Check for cause, then replace the fuse p. 25 with a spare one. Turn OFF the [SPEAKER] switch. Connect the microphone to the [MICROPHONE] connector. Push [FUNC], then [RX] to reset the RF gain. (RF GAIN 9 applies audio.) Push [SQL] switch to turn the squelch OFF. p. 2 p. 2 p. 10 p. 10
RF gain is set too deeply. Wrong tuner condition is selected in set mode. Received audio is unclear or distorted. Wrong type of emission is selected. AGC is deactivated while receiving a strong signal. Noise blanker is turned ON when receiving a strong signal. The [CLARITY] control is rotated too far clockwise or counterclockwise. Your signal does not reach The transmit power is set low. as far away as usual.
Push [TUNE] to tune the connected p. 13 antenna tuner or select automatic tuning using set mode when an optional AT-130/E is connected. Push [FUNC], then [RX] to reset the p. 10 RF gain. Set to the proper condition for the con- p. 13 nected tuner. Push [MODE] to select the proper operating mode. Push [AGC] to activate the AGC function. Push [NB] to turn the noise blanker OFF. Adjust the [CLARITY] control to receive proper audio output. p. 9 p. 10 p. 10 p. 10 p. 9

RECEIVE

TRANSMIT
Push [FUNC], then [TX] to reset the transmit power. (RF-PWR 3 is maximum power.) Push [TUNE] to tune the connected Antenna tuner is improperly matched antenna tuner or select automatic tunto the operating frequency when maning using set mode. ual tuning is selected. CW or FSK mode is selected for voice Push [MODE] to select J3E mode (or H3E, R3E, etc.). transmission. Wrong type of emission is selected. Microphone is too close to your mouth. Push [MODE] to select the proper operating mode. Speak into the microphone naturally and do not hold the microphone too close to your mouth. Push [TX FREQ] to check and store the correct transmit frequency. Push [CE] (s appears), then enter the desired frequency. Push [2182KHz], then set the frequency. Set SITOR to ON in set mode.

Audio output impedance: 4 to 8 Clarity variable range: 150 Hz

a 4 load)

All stated specications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

I Options

GM-110DSC DSC TERMINAL UNIT 6 channel emergency scanning receiver for distress calls, selective calls, etc. Distress switch box attached. AT-130/E AUTOMATIC ANTENNA TUNER Matches the transceiver to a long wire antenna with a minimum of insertion loss. OPC-566 SHIELDED CONTROL CABLE Shielded control canble helps protect the transceiver from RF feedback and extends separation between tuner and transceiver up to 10 m. MN-100 ANTENNA MATCHER Matches the transceiver to a dipole antenna. Covers all HF bands from 1.5 to 30 MHz. 8 m 2 antenna wires come attached. MN-100L ANTENNA MATCHER Matches the transceiver to a dipole antenna. Covers all HF bands from 1.5 to 30 MHz. 15 m 1 antenna wire comes attached. AH-710 FOLDED DIPOLE ANTENNA Covers from 1.9 to 30 MHz band. Has an SO-239 connector. Easy to assemble (non-kink construction). PS-60 DC POWER SUPPLY Provides 13.6 V DC (30 A) output from an AC outlet. PS-65/66 DC-DC CONVERTER Provides 13.6 V DC (30 A) output from a 10.516 V (PS-65) or 1932 V (PS-66) DC power source. RC-21 CONTROLLER UNIT Additional controller unit allows intercom function. Up to 2 controller unit can be connected. HS-50 HANDSET Provides better audio reception during offshore conditions and comes in handy for listening privacy on board. HM-120 HAND MICROPHONE Same as supplied with some versions of the IC-M710RT. FL-100 CW/FSK NARROW FILTER Allows better receiver selectivity for CW and FSK. Bandwidth: 500 Hz/6 dB Not necessary with GMDSS versions. UT-95 2-TONE ALARM UNIT Provides an alarm transmission for emergency use during maritime operation. Built-in to marine and GMDSS versions. OPC-772 SEPARATION CABLE For extending the separation between the controller and main unit. Cable length: 20 m (67.4 ft). RS-M710RT REMOTE CONTROL SOFTWARE Controls the IC-M710RT from your PC. Microsoft Windows 95 only. MB-70 FLUSH MOUNT KIT For mounting a controller or the RC-21 to a panel.

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BATTERY CHARGER 240V 50A SHOREPOWER INLET #6 ISO ISOLATION TRANSFORMER CHARLES INDUSTRIES 93-ISOBOOST50-A 20
WASHING MACHINE COMPUTER MICROWAVE 50
LECTRASAN 15 WASTE PUMP - JABSCO 59090-FRESH WATER PUMP - JABSCO 30670-0094 7.5 FLA

BILGE PUMP #1 - RULE 16A

BILGE PUMP #2 - RULE 16A
BILGE PUMP #3 - RULE 16A 15
6/15 WATER HEATER SHORE WATERMAKER - SPECTRA SANTA CRUZ INVERTER NEUTRAL BUSS 50 REFRIGERATION SOLAR PANELS KYOCERA KC-WIPERS - VETUS RW01S (5 @ FLA1.2A) RADAR - FURUNO FRS-1000 #2 - GLACIER BAY WHISPER JET REFRIGERATION #1- GLACIER BAY WHISPER JET 2 ESPAR HEATER 2 SUMP PUMP #3 - RULE 26D WASHDOWN PUMP - JABSCO 30710-FLA 2 SHOWER SUMP PUMP #2 - RULE 26D SHOWER SUMP PUMP #1 - RULE 26D

INSULATE FROM HULL

EQUIPMENT GROUND BUSS AIRmarine WIND CHARGER HULL GROUND

TO SOLAR EMRELAY

ENGINE OIL CHANGE PUMP - JABSCO 17820-0024
AUTO PLOTTER - FURUNO ARP10
AMPLE TECHNOLOGY ENERGY MONITOR EMON ll - H1A
FUEL TRANSFER PUMP - JABSCO 23540-1100

GPS - NORTHSTAR 952XW

1-1 V REF 1-2 I REF 1-3 B2 VOLTS 1-4 ALTCS 1-5 N/C 1-6 B1 TEMP + 1-7 B1 VOLTS 1-8 B1 SHUNT GROUND 1-9 REF GROUND 1-10 GROUND 1-11 POWER IN 1-12 ELGROUND 1-13 ALARM 1-14 B1 SHUNT BATTERY 1-15 CHASSIS GROUND 1-16 SHIELD
SLR 2-1 SGND 2-2 RX 2-3 TX 2-4 START/STOP 2-5 SHIELD 2-6
EXHAUST FAN - JABSCO 35760-0094

ALARM SYSTEM

RUNNING LIGHTS
FIRE EXTINGUISHER - FIREBOY-XINTEX
MASTERVOLT BATTERY CHARGER MASS 24/100 EM-RELAY-24 N.O. N.C. WIPER GND +24V ININ+
MASTERVOLT SINEWAVE INVERTER DAKAR SINE 24/3000 TO HOUSE BATTERY TO HOUSE BATTERY

STEAMING LIGHT

SPREADER LIGHTS

TO HOUSE BATTERY SHUNT

SPOTLIGHT
TEMP SENSOR EMONH1A 2-2 EMONH1A 2-1

REMOTE PANEL

AUTOPILOT - B&G H2000
12V DC / DC CONVERTER 30 ANCHOR WINDLASS 100 PORT WINCH - 46 STE
ANL 250A 100 STBD WINCH - 46 STE ANL 130A APC HSCS 400A
100 STERN WINCH - 52 STE ANL 275A ANL 275A DECK WINCH - 46 STE
DC-DC CONVERTER NEWMAR 32-12-50

ANL 400A 3A 3A 15A

OIL PRESS. SWITCH N.O HULL 24 VOLT FAULT CHECK

ANL 250A

PARALLEL ON / OFF GROUND

BATTERY

CONVERTER

ANL 130A

AMPLE POWER ALTERNATOR REGULATOR SARV3-24P

B+ FIELD

3A 4/0 4/0 SHUNT 400A

ANL 400A

4/0 HOUSE BAT SENSE

ALT. GRND LOCK

ANL 275A HOUSE BAT TEMP SENSE ANL 275A 3A 3A 3A
BAT. VOLTS T- (BLK) T+ (RED) ABS

INSTRUMENTS - B&G

EMONH1A 1-14

EMONH1A 1-8

VHF - ICOM
ERROR LAMP STATUS LAMP LIMIT EQL
35 INMARSAT-C - THRANE&THRANE TT-3022D 15 SONAR - ECHOPILOT FLSll FLA 200MA SSB - ICOM IC-M710RT
15A 4/0 SARV3 BAT 3A EMON 1-7 3A 4/0 ON-OFF BLUE SEA 9003 SCHOTTKY DIODE AMPLE POWER #1029 15A
HEART INTERFACE DIGITAL ECHO~CHARGE

STEREO

AGC-15 EMON 1-6 EMON 1-9 T+ AGC-15

TRI-COLOR

24V ALTERNATOR BALMAR 9824-220-BL 220A

12V OEM ALTERNATOR

PROPANE CONTROL - FIREBOY / XINTEX
24V ALTERNATOR BALMAR 9824-220-BL 220A 3A

TO SARV3 T-

12V STARTING BATTERY LIFELINE GPL 1400T

AGC-15

YANMAR 4JH3HTE

NEGATIVE GROUND STARTER

EMERGENCY PARALLELING SOLENOID
50A HULL 12 VOLT FAULT CHECK 12V COMMNICATIONS BATTERY LIFELINE GPL 4D
24V HOUSE BANK LIFELINE GPL-8D
ENGINE TO BE ISOLATED FROM HULL AND HAVE TWO-WIRE
S/V LITTLE CLOUD ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FOR ROBERT PLATNER
Drawn by: Alden F Trull Mercury Marine Electric Date:

ISOLATED SENDERS

22-JULY-01 Revised:

03-DEC-01

 

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