M802 Digital Marine SSB Radio All new digital SSB with remoteable control head offers the clearest reception ever. Big dials, a large dot-matrix LCD and well spaced buttons make Icoms newest SSB a snap to operate, even in rough seas. A full key pad, over 1300 channels, wide band RX, Ham band TX (license required) and RX included, one-touch e-mail access (a SSB first!) with no optional filters required, front panel headset jack (to keep from waking up the crew), and many more thoughtful features ... Read more
Part Numbers: 14862, 3693678, 51608, CWR-14862, IC M802, IC-M-802, IC-M802, IC-M802-01, IC-M80201, M-802, M802
UPC: 0731797302731, 139316, 7.31797E+11, 731797302731
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When your ship requires assistance, contact other ships and the Coast Guard by sending a distress call using digital selective calling on 2187.5 kHz.
When immediate help is needed
q Push and hold [DISTRESS] for 5 sec. until the short beeps become one long beep, to send the distress call. w After 2182 kHz is automatically selected (after an acknowledgement call is received), push and hold the PTT switch on the microphone and send the following information. 1. MAY DAY, MAY DAY, MAY DAY. 2. THIS IS. (name of ship) 3. LOCATED AT. (ships position) 4. Give the reason for the distress call. 5. Explain what assistance you need. 6. Give additional information: Ship type Ship length Ship color Number of people on-board
When potential problems exist
q Push [DSC] to select DSC watch mode, if necessary. w Push [MODE SET] to select DSC menu, rotate [CH] to select All ships then push [ENT]. e Follow the guidance displayed on the LCD (bottom line), to set up the category, trafc frequency and calling frequency with [CH], [ENT] and keypad. r Push and hold [CANCEL/CALL] for 1 sec. until the short beeps become one long beep. t After an acknowledgement call is received, transmit the appropriate information using voice.
DSC equipped ships may monitor your transmission.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD..i IMPORTANT... i EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS.. i PRECAUTIONS... i IN CASE OF EMERGENCY..ii TABLE OF CONTENTS.. ii QUICK REFERENCE.. IV I How to set a Channel/Group. I I Audio output/squelch adjustment. II I Basic voice transmission and reception... III I Receiving a DSC. IV I Transmitting a distress call. IV 1 OPERATING RULES AND GUIDELINES... PANEL DESCRIPTION.. 27 I Front panel Controller.. 2 I Front panel Main unit.. 4 I Rear panel Main unit.. 5 I Microphone (HM-135).. 5 I LCD screen.. SETTING A CHANNEL.. 89 I Selecting a channel.. RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT.. 1013 I Basic voice transmit and receive. 10 I Functions for transmit.. 10 I Functions for receive.. 11 I CW operation.. 12 I FSK operation.. DSC PREPARATION. 1516 I MMSI code programming. 15 I Position and time programming. CALL PROCEDURE.. 1736 I Distress call.. 17 I Distress call to ships. 21 I Urgency call.. 24 I Safety call.. 28 I Routine call.. 32 I Group call.. 34 I Position request call. 35 I Test call.. WHEN RECEIVING A CALL. 3742 I To receive a DSC call.. 37 I Received information.. 38 I Deleting a memory. 38 I Distress call.. 39 I Distress relay call.. 39 I All ships call.. 40 I Group call.. 40 I Geographical area call.. 40 I Individual call.. 41 I Position request call. MEMORY OPERATION. 43 I Memory description.. 43 I Memory writing.. 43 I Memory reading/transmitting/deleting.. DSC MENU OPERATION. 4446 I General.. 44 I ID input.. 44 I Frequency input. 45 I Verifying self-ID. 46 I Memory reading/deleting.. E-MAIL OPERATION.. 47 I General.. 47 I Operation... SET MODE.. 4852 I Quick set mode. 48 I Initial set mode.. CONNECTION AND INSTALLATION.. 5362 I Supplied accessories.. 53 I Front panel connections.53 I Rear panel connections. 54 I Ground connection. 55 I Power source.. 55 I Antenna.. 56 I Mounting.. 57 I Using the optional MB-75. 58 I Transceiver dimensions. 59 I Fuse replacement.. 60 I Connector information. ANTENNA AND GROUNDING CONSIDERATIONS. SPECIFICATIONS.. TEMPLATE.. 6770 I Remote controller (RC-25). 67 I Speaker (SP-24).. OPTIONS.. 71
[CH] is used for memory selection.
t MICROPHONE CONNECTOR [MIC] Accepts the supplied or optional microphone.
See p. 66 for appropriate microphones. See p. 61 for microphone connector information.
y GROUP SELECTOR [GRP] Selects groups in 20 channel steps and ITU marine channel groups. (p. 8) Selects items during quick/initial set mode, etc. u CHANNEL SELECTOR [CH] Selects an operating channel within the selected channel group such as ITU channels. (p. 8)
User channels can be selected from 1 to 160 (max.) in sequence regardless of the channel group.
!1 VOLUME CONTROL [VOL] Adjusts the audio output level.
Audio does not come from the speaker when: - The speaker switch is turned ON. - The squelch function is turned ON and no signal is being received. - During DSC watch mode.
Changes setting or value of the selected item during quick/initial set mode, etc.
!2 FREQUENCY/CHANNEL SWITCH [FREQ/CH] Selects indication type: (p. 8) When channel comment indication is ON; switches channel comment indication ON and OFF. When channel comment indication is OFF; switches transmit frequency indication ON and OFF. After pushing [F], enters channel name programming mode, when channel comment indication is ON. (p. 14) !3 KEYPAD Inputs numeral 1 for channel number input, etc. Inputs 1, Q, Z, q, z or space for channel comment input. After pushing [F], turns the noise blanker function ON and OFF. (p. 11) Inputs numeral 2 for channel number input, etc. Inputs 2, A, B, C a, b or c for channel comment input. After pushing [F], turns the squelch function ON and OFF. (p. 11) Inputs numeral 3 for channel number input, etc. Inputs 3, D, E, F, d, e or f for channel comment input. After pushing [F], starts and stops the scan function. (p. 9) Inputs numeral 4 for channel number input, etc. Inputs 4, G, H, I, g, h or i for channel comment input. After pushing [F], turns the speaker output ON and OFF. (p. 10) Inputs numeral 5 for channel number input, etc. Inputs 5, J, K, L, j, k or l for channel comment input. After pushing [F], turns the AGC OFF function ON and OFF. (p. 11) Inputs numeral 6 for channel number input, etc. Inputs 6, M, N, O, m, n or o for channel comment input. After pushing [F], enters the RF gain adjustment mode. (p. 11) Inputs numeral 7 for channel number input, etc. Inputs 7, P, R, S, p, r or s for channel comment input. After pushing [F], selects low transmit output power. (p. 10)
Inputs numeral 8 for channel number input, etc. Inputs 8, T, U, V, t, u or v for channel comment input. After pushing [F], selects middle transmit output power. (p. 10) Inputs numeral 9 for channel number input, etc. Inputs 9, W, X, Y, w, x or y for channel comment input. After pushing [F], selects high transmit output power. (p. 10) Inputs numeral 0 for channel number input, etc. Inputs 0 and symbols (- /. , ( ) * + < = > @) for channel comment input. After pushing [F], selects LCD backlight brightness. Fixes input of channel number and channel comment, etc. When pushed for 1 sec., stores programmed frequency, operating mode and memory comment into a channel. Clears entered digits and retrieves the previous frequency, channel or channel names during setting. !4 FUNCTION SWITCH [F] After pushing, activates the secondary functions.
appears when a secondary function can be accessed.
!5 TUNE/THROUGH SWITCH [TUNE THRU] Starts tuning when an optional antenna tuner is connected.
TUNE appears when tuned. When the tuner cannot tune the antenna, the tuning circuit is bypassed automatically after 15 sec.
After pushing [F], bypasses the connected antenna tuner. (p. 12)
THRU appears instead of TUNE indication. This operation available for AT-140 and AH-3 only.
!6 MODE/SET SWITCH [MODE SET] Push to select an operating mode.
J3E (USB), H3E (AM), LSB, J2B (AFSK), F1B (FSK), and A1A (CW) modes are available, depending on version or countries.
After pushing [F], enters quick set mode. (p. 48) Enters DSC menu during DSC watch mode. !7 E-MAIL SWITCH [e-mail] (p. 47) Switches between e-mail operation mode and voice operation mode when pushed.
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I Front panel Main unit
e r ACCESSORY CONNECTOR [ACC] (pgs. 12, 13, 61) Connects a CW keyer or an FSK terminal unit, etc. t CONTROLLER CONNECTOR [CONTROLLER] (p. 53) Connects the supplied remote controller. y SPEAKER JACK [SP] (p. 53) Connects the supplied external speaker, SP-24.
q GPS CONNECTOR [GPS] (pgs. 53, 62) Input position and UTC data (NMEA0183 ver. 3.01 format), such as from a GPS receiver, etc., for setting your positioning and time data automatically without manual input for DSC operation. w REMOTE CONNECTOR [REMOTE] (pgs. 53, 62) Connects to a PC via an RS-232C cable (D-sub 9pin) for remote control in the NMEA or RS-232C format. e MODEM CONNECTOR [AF/MOD] (pgs. 53, 62) Connects to an e-mail modem, NBDP (Narrow Band Direct Printing) or FAX system via an RS232C cable (D-sub 9-pin).
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I Rear panel Main unit
q w e r t r ANTENNA CONNECTOR 2 (pgs. 54, 56) Connects a 50 HF band antenna via a 50 matched coaxial cable with a PL-259 plug for DSC receiver. t DC POWER SOCKET (p. 54, 61) Accepts 13.6 V DC through the supplied DC power cable.
q TUNER CONTROL SOCKET (pgs. 54, 56, 61) Connects a control cable to an optional antenna tuner. A female connector kit is supplied for external antenna tuner connection. w GROUND TERMINAL IMPORTANT! Connects a ships (or vehicles) ground. See pages 55 and 6365 for details. e ANTENNA CONNECTOR 1 (pgs. 54, 56) Connects a 50 HF band antenna via a 50 matched coaxial cable with a PL-259 plug for both transmit and receive operation.
For detailed ANTENNA AND GROUNDING CONSIDERATIONS, see pages 63 to 65.
I Microphone (HM-135)
q PTT SWITCH [PTT] Push and hold to transmit; release to receive. w UP/DOWN SWITCHES / Push either switch to change the operating channel, frequency, etc. e USER PROGRAMMABLE SWITCH [P] Push to activate or deactivate a function, selected in initial set mode (p. 51).
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I LCD screen
The IC-M802 has 2 indication types, one is channel name indication and the other is frequency indication. These indication types can be switched with a push of a button, depending on set modes setting. See pages 8 and 50 for display type settings. Channel name indication
q !6 !5 !4 !3
TX NB SQL L
WIDE CLAR 0 SP AGC CH ---GPS--Lat 45 59'N Lon134 44'E H 16:23
u i o !0
TX NB SQL
SP AGC CLAR 0 CH UTC 16:23
i o u !2 !0
DSC watch mode indication t !6 q !9
RX 12.345.5 J2B GPS 34 34.000N 134 34.000E SP 12:34 Exit
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q RECEIVE INDICATOR RX appears when signals are received or the squelch is open. w TUNE INDICATOR TUNE blinks while tuning, if an optional external antenna tuner is connected. (p. 10)
TUNE appears after tuning is completed with AT-140, AT-130/E and AH-3. THRU appears when the tuner through function is activated. (This function is available only when connecting AT-140 or AH-3.) SWR appears when the antenna SWR worsens during transmit, depending on the transmit output power. If it appears, check your antenna system.
!2 S/RF INDICATOR Shows relative transmit output power levels during transmit and receiving signal strength during receive. !3 NOISE BLANKER INDICATOR (p. 11) NB appears when the noise blanker function is activated. !4 SQUELCH INDICATOR (p. 11) SQL appears when the squelch is ON. !5 TRANSMIT INDICATOR TX appears during transmit. TX blinks while monitoring a transmit frequency. (p. 10) !6 CHANNEL NAME/RECEIVE FREQUENCY READOUT Shows the programmed channel names. Shows receive frequency when no channel name is programmed, or during frequency indication. During DSC watch mode, displays DSC WATCH. !7 TRANSMIT FREQUENCY READOUT Shows transmit frequency. !8 OPERATING GUIDE INDICATION During DSC watch mode operation, shows several types of guidance, according to the selected condition. !9 SCANNING FREQUENCY READOUT During DSC watch mode operation, shows the programmed scan frequency.
Decimal points blink.
e OPERATING MODE INDICATOR Shows the selected operating mode.
J3E, USB, H3E, AM, LSB, J2B, AFS, F1B FSK, A1A or CW appears depending on operating mode and setting.
r SIMPLEX/DUPLEX INDICATOR SIMP appears when a simplex channel is selected. DUP appears when a duplex channel is selected. t FUNCTION INDICATOR appears when a secondary function can be accessed. y IF FILTER WIDTH INDICATOR Shows the selected IF lter passband width during e-mail operation mode. u CLARITY INDICATOR (p. 12) CLAR appears when the clarity function is activated and shows shifting frequency in Hz. i SPEAKER OFF INDICATOR S P appears when the speaker output is turned OFF. o AGC OFF INDICATOR (p. 11) A G C appears when the AGC OFF function is turned ON. !0 POSITION/UTC TIME INDICATOR (p. 16) Shows position and/or UTC (or local) time. When an NMEA0183 ver. 3.01 data is applied to [GPS], the indication is up dated automatically.
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I Distress call to ships
General DSC call with the distress category may be used for communications after the Distress call, e.g. you want to change the operating mode, frequency, etc. The call is transmitted one time only although the distress call using the [DISTRESS] switch sends 5 times repeatedly.
D Operation outline
RX 12.345.0 J3E GPS Lat 34 34'N SP Lon135 34'E 12:34 Exit ******* DSC MENU ******* -------- Select -------Position I n d i v i d u a l Group All ships Position REQ Distress Test RX memory TX memory Set up Exit SEL OK
****** Individual ****** ------- Category ------Routine Safety Urgency D i s t r e s s SEL OK
Address ID selection
****** Individual ****** ------ Address ID -----M a n u a l s e t 123456789 IC-M802-IC-M802-IC-M802-IC-M802-IC-M802-5 SEL OK
Manual ID input
****** Individual ****** ------ Address ID -----987654321
1st telecommand selection
****** Individual ****** --- 1st telecommand ---J 3 E No information
Traffic frequency selection 1
****** Individual ****** -- Traffic frequency --M a n u a l s e t T: 4567.0kHz IC-M802-1 R: 4567.0kHz T:12345.0kHz IC-M802-2 R:12345.0kHz SEL OK
Traffic frequency selection 2
****** Individual ****** -- Traffic frequency --TX:_2134.0kHz RX:_2134.0kHz SEL OK
Call frequency selection
****** Individual ****** ---- Call frequency --- 2187.5kHz 4207.5kHz 6312.0kHz 8414.5kHz 12577.0kHz 16804.5kHz SEL OK
Call stand-by screen
Push [CANCEL/CALL] for 1 sec. to start calling. Push [ENT] for 1 sec. to store the condition into a TX memory channel.
****** Individual ****** --------- Call --------Category:Distress To:987654321 Traffic:J3E TX 2134.0kHz RX 2134.0kHz 2187.5kHz Call Freq:TX RX 2187.5kHz Write-Menu Call
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D Operation for distress call to ships
q Push [DSC] to select DSC watch mode. w Push [MODE SET] to select the DSC menu.
************************ Distress RLY * * 123456789 * * ************************ Exit Traffic ************************ Distress * * 123456789 * * ************************ Exit Traffic ************************ All ships * * 123456789 * * ************************ Exit Traffic ************************ Geographic Grou * * ICOM 6789 12345M802 * * ************************ Exit Traffic ************************ Geographic * * 123456789 * * ************************ Exit Traffic
Transmit an acknowledgement When the following DSC is received, an acknowledgement must be sent back to the calling station. Short beeps, or an emergency alarm sounds until pushing [CANCEL/CALL], depending on the category.
************************ Individual * * ICOM M802 * * ************************ Exit Traffic ************************ Position REQ * * ICOM M802 * * ************************ Exit ACK
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I Received information
When receiving a DSC call, the received format specier and its contents are memorized into the RX memory. Distress calls (including other calls with a distress category) are stored separately from other calls. Up to 20 distress and up to 10 other categories of call can be memorized. q During DSC watch mode, push [RX CLAR] to enter the received DSC memory select screen.
Or, push [MODE SET], rotate [CH] to select RX memory then push [ENT].
r Push [ENT] to indicate the contents.
Rotate [CH] to scroll text to see hidden lines information.
****** RX memory ******* ------- Distress ------Distress ID:123456789 Undesignated Position:Lat 34 34'N Lon134 34'W UTC 12:34 Traffic:J3E TX 2182.0kHz RX 2182.0kHz 2187.5kHz RX Freq:TX RX 2187.5kHz Cancel OK DEL
w Rotate [CH] to select the desired category from Distress and Others then push [ENT].
<No data> is displayed beside category when no received message is stored in the category.
****** RX memory ******* -------- Select -------D i s t r e s s Others
t Push [MODE SET] to return to DSC watch mode.
e Rotate [CH] to select the desired DSC message.
* means the DSC messages have not been read. DTRS RLY stands for distress relay. Distress memory screen
****** RX memory ******* -------- Select -------12:34 * 23:21:54
Others memory screen
****** RX memory ******* -------- Select -------123456789 * A l l s h i p s 111111111 *DTRS RLY 123123123 Geographic 123456788 Individual 123456789 All ships SEL OK
I Deleting a memory
When the desired memory contents to be deleted are displayed as at right, push and hold [CE] for 1 sec.
w Push [ENT] to listen to the trafc frequency for an announcement from the calling station.
************************ All ships * * 123456789 * * ************************ Exit Traffic
e Communicate with the ship when the calling ship requires such. r Push [FREQ/CH] when the call does not require any action on your part.
q When receiving an Group call, beeps may sound and Group is displayed as below.
Push [CANCEL/CALL] to stop the alarm when an emergency or urgency group call is received.
w Push [ENT] to listen to the trafc frequency for an announcement from the calling ship (mother ship in your group).
< Traffic > J3E SP Exit GPS Lat 34 34'N Lon134 34'E 12:34
RX ************************ Group * * ICOM M802 * * ************************ Exit Traffic
Calling stations name appear when the same ID is preprogrammed.
e Communicate via the microphone with the ship when the calling ship requires such. r Push [FREQ/CH] to return to DSC watch mode.
I Geographical area call
NOTE: The IC-M802 will not function for the geographical call when: Your position is out of the specied area. GPS data is not connected to [GPS] and you havent input the position information manually. q When receiving a geographical area call and your position is in the specied area, Geographic is displayed as below.
Push [CANCEL/CALL] to stop the emergency alarm when the call is sent in distress.
w Push [ENT] to select the trafc frequency, and listen for an announcement from the calling station.
Rotate [CH] to scroll text to see the hidden lines information.
RX ************************ Geographic * * 123456789 * * ************************ Exit Traffic
e Push [FREQ/CH] to return to DSC watch mode.
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I Individual call
When receiving an Individual call, beeps may sound (or the emergency alarm depending on the category) and the display below appears.
************************ Individual * * ICOM M802 * * ************************ Exit ACK
Calling stations name appears when the same ID is preprogrammed.
You must send back an acknowledgement to the calling station in such cases. q When Individual is displayed as above, push [ENT] to display the calling contents.
The received call is selected in RX memory. Rotate [CH] to scroll text to see hidden lines information.
****** RX memory ******* ------ Individual -----Category:Routine From:ICOM M802 Traffic:J3E TX 2345.0kHz RX 2345.0kHz RX Freq:TX 12345.0kHz RX 12345.0kHz DEL Cancel ACK
t Push [CANCEL/CALL] for 1 sec. to transmit the Individual acknowledgement.
When Able is selected in step e.
**** Individual ACK **** --------- Call --------Category:Routine To:ICOM M802 Traffic:J3E TX 2345.0kHz RX 2345.0kHz Call Freq:TX 12345.0kHz RX 12345.0kHz Call
When Unable is selected in step e.
**** Individual ACK **** --------- Call --------Category:Routine To:ICOM M802 Unable to comply Reason: Operator unavailable Call Freq:TX 12345.0kHz RX 12345.0kHz Call
w Push [ENT] for acknowledgement call preparation. e Rotate [CH] to select that you can comply to the call or not from Able and Unable, then push [ENT]. When Able is selected, go to step t.
**** Individual ACK **** -------- Comply -------A b l e Unable
y After the transmission, the transceiver selects The specified traffic frequency when Able is selected in step e:
RX < Traffic > J3E SP Exit GPS Lat 34 34'N Lon135 34'E 12:34
r When Unable is selected in step e, rotate [CH] to select the desired reason, then push [ENT].
**** Individual ACK **** -------- Comply -------N o r e a s o n g i v e n Busy Channel unable Mode unable Operator unavailable No operator Station barred Equipment disable Congestion Queue indication OK SEL
The DSC watch mode when Unable is selected in step e:
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q When Position REQ is displayed as below, push [ENT].
************************ Position REQ * * ICOM M802 * * ************************ Exit ACK
e Verify your position and time, then push [ENT].
When the position or time requires a change, use the keypad and [CH] for settings. [CH] moves the cursor.
***** Position ACK ***** --- Position & time ---Latitude 34 34'N Longitude 134 34'W 12:34 UTC Null OK
w Push [ENT] to display the call contents for acknowledgement preparation.
****** RX memory ******* ----- Position REQ ----From:ICOM M802 RX Freq:TX 12345.0kHz RX 12345.0kHz
r Push and hold [CANCEL/CALL] 1 sec. to transmit the Position request acknowledgement.
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CONNECTION AND INSTALLATION
I Supplied accessories
The following accessories are supplied with IC-M802. q Microphone (HM-135) 1 w External speaker (SP-24) 1 e Mounting bracket kit for main unit 1 set r Mounting bracket kit for remote controller (MB-81) 1 set t Mounting bracket kit for speaker (MB-82) 1 set y DC power cable (OPC-1107A) 1 u Microphone hanger kit 1 set i Cable tie set 1 set o Spare fuses (FGB 30 A) 1 !0 Spare fuses (FGB 5 A) 2 !1 Remote control cable (OPC-1106) 1 !2 Tuner connector kit 1 set !3 Accessory connector (8-pin DIN) 1 set
t y o !0
i !2 !3
I Front panel connections
12 V battery Position and UTC time data (NMEA0183) E-mail modem, NBDP (Narrow Band Direct Printing), or FAX systems
(when e-mail modem is connected)
CAUTION: Any connected external unit, such as PC, e-mail modem, etc., must be properly grounded. We suggest using a wide copper strap. (pgs. 55, 6365)
When a PC is connected, the PC being operated at any given time has priority.
When a PC is connected, the controller not being operated is inhibited for a specied time after the PC is operated. This time can be programmed by your dealer. The default inhibit time is 5 sec. When a PC is connected, operating the PC automatically updates settings on the controller.
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CONFECTION AND INSTALLATION
I Rear panel connections
Optional AT-140 HF antenna (for DSC reception)
Grounding (see pgs. 55, 6365)
7 (10 C-114
12 V battery
CAUTION: After connecting the antenna cable and tuner control cable, cover the connectors with a rubber vulcanizing tape, etc., as shown below, to prevent water seeping into the connector.
CAUTION: NEVER connect to a 24 V battery. This will damage the transceiver. NOTE: Disconnect the battery from the IC-M802 main unit, or charge the battery during anchor, otherwise the battery may be exhausted. The IC-M802 has a high-stability oven-heater type crystal oscillator, and when connected to the DC power socket directly, it keeps its temperature to at the specied level even if the transceiver power has turned OFF.
Rubber vulcanizing tape
DO NOT pull the antenna and control cable receptacles. This may cause cable disconnection (in the tuner unit), inside connector damaged or a bad connection.
Use the supplied cable tie To prevent an accidental cable disconnection, particularly for the external speaker and remote control cables, the supplied cable tie may be helpful.
CW and FSK keying input. Ground line for AF signal. Input/output pin. Goes to ground when transmitting. When grounded, transmits. Modulator input. Usable when pin 3 is grounded. AF detector output. Fixed, regardless of [VOL] position. No connection 13.6 V output when power is ON. ALC voltage input. Common ground. Output current Ground level Input current Input level
: Less than 0.6 V for transmit
: 0.5 to 0.8 V : Less than 20 mA
Input impedance : 5 k Input level : Approx. 100 mV rms Output impedance: 4.7 k Output level : 100300 mV rms
: max. 1 A
Control voltage : 3 to 0 V Input impedance : More than 10 k
Pin Pin name
3 MIC+ NC AF1 AF2 PTT GND MIC AF
Audio input from the mic element. No connection AF output controlled with [VOL]. Ground for AF1. PTT switch input. Connected to the ground. Coaxial ground for MIC+. Coaxial ground for AF1 and AF2.
Input impedance : 2.4 k
q u w i y e t r
When grounded, transmits.
3 KEY START 13.6V E NC NC
Key signal input. Start/through signal output 13.6 V output Negative terminal No connection No connection
0.5 to 0.8 V during tuning
Max. power consumption 30 A typical.
DC input +. DC input _.
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I Connector information (continued)
AF/MOD Pin Pin name
Modulation input from an external terminal unit. Coaxial ground for NMD+. Ground for digital equipment. AF detector output for an external terminal unit. Coaxial ground for NAF+. Ground for digital equipment. No connection. Transmits when grounded. Ground for digital equipment. Output level Input level
Input impedance : 600 Input level : Approx. 0.77 V rms.
MOD+ MOD GND NAF+ NAF GND NC SEND GND
Output impedance: 600 Output level : 0.252.5 mV rms
Input terminal for carrier detection. Input terminal for receive data. (RS-232C selection for REMOTE IF. (p. 52))
NMEA-OUT NMEA0183 ver. 3.01 data output. (NMEA selection for REMOTE IF. (p. 52)) 3
Outputs transmit data. (RS-232C selection for REMOTE IF. (p. 52)) NMEA0183 ver. 3.01 data input. (NMEA selection for REMOTE IF. (p. 52)) Outputs data terminal ready signal. Connected to the ground. Input terminal for data-set-ready signal. Outputs request-to-send data. Input terminal for clear-to-send data. No connection.
Frequency coverage Receive Transmit
Type of emission Transceiver DSC receiver No. of memory Ch.
0.529.9999 1.62.9999 4.04.9999 6.06.9999 8.08.9999 12.013.9999 16.017.9999 18.019.9999 22.022.9999 25.027.5000 : 2,187.5 kHz, 4,207.5 kHz, 6,312.0 kHz, 8,414.5 kHz, 12,577.0 kHz, 16,804.5 kHz : J3E (USB/LSB), H3E,* J2B (AFSK), F1B (FSK), A1A (CW) J2B
Output power 1.627.5000 MHz Spurious emission Carrier suppression Unwanted sideband suppression Mic. connector : 150/60/20 W pp : 62 dB : 40 dB below peak output power : 55 dB below peak output power : 8-pin connector (2.4 k)
Antenna connector Usable temp. range
: 1136 channels (max.) 160 user programmable, 242 ITU SSB duplex, 72 ITU SSB simplex, 662 ITU FSK duplex channels : SO-2392 (50 ) : 30C to +60C ; 22F to +140F
(Specications guaranteed 20C to +55C range only.)
Frequency stability (20C to +55C): Transceiver 10 Hz DSC receiver 10 Hz
(Approx. 5 min. after battery connection.)
30 dBV emf (0.51.5999 MHz) 13 dBV emf (1.61.7999 MHz) 8 dBV emf (1.829.9999 MHz) J2B, F1B 13 dBV emf (1.61.7999 MHz) (20 dB SINAD) 8 dBV emf (1.829.9999 MHz) H3E 44 dBV emf (0.51.5999 MHz) (20 dB SINAD) 30 dBV emf (1.61.7999 MHz) 24 dBV emf (1.829.9999 MHz) DSC receiver 0 dBV emf (all channels) Spurious response rejection ratio: Transceiver More than 70 dB
(20 dB SINAD) DSC receiver (0.529.9999 MHz) More than 60 dB (1st image) More than 50 dB (except 1st image)
Power supply : 13.6 V DC 15% (negative ground) Current drain : Transmit at max. power 30 A typical Receive at max. audio 3.0 A Dimensions (projections not incl.): Main unit 240(W)94(H)240(D) mm ; 9716(W)31116(H)9716(D) in Controller (RC-25) 220(W)110(H)84.4(D) mm ; 82132(W)41132(H)3516(D) in Speaker (SP-24) 110(W)110(H)84.4(D) mm ; 41132(W)41132(H)3516(D) in Weight (approx.) : Main unit 4.7 kg; 10 lb 6 oz Controller (RC-25) 570 g; 1 lb 4 oz Speaker (SP-24) 370 g; 13 oz Accessary connector : 8-pin DIN connector CONTROLLER connector : 8-pin MINI DIN connector GPS connector : BNC connector (NMEA0183 ver. 3.01) REMOTE connector : D-sub 9-pin (RS-232C/NMEA) AF/MOD connector : D-sub 9-pin
: More than 4.0 W at 10% distortion with a 4 load CLARITY variable range : 150 Hz Headphone connector : 3-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (18) SP connector : 2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (18)/4
(at 13.6 V DC)
AF output power
All stated specications are typical and subject to change without notice or obligation.
Icom Spain S.L.
Ctra. de Gracia a Manresa Km. 14,Sant Cugat del Valles Barcelona, SPAIN Phone: (93) 70 Fax: (93) 46 URL: http//www.icomspain.com
Icom (Australia) Pty. Ltd.
A.B.N. 290294 Albert Street, Brunswick, Victoria, 3056, Australia Phone: (03) Fax: (03) URL: http//www.icom.net.au
Icom (UK) Ltd.
Unit 9, Sea St., Herne Bay, Kent, CT6 8LD, U.K. Phone: Fax: URL: http//www.icomuk.co.uk
Icom New Zealand
146A Harris Road, East Tamaki, Auckland, New Zealand Phone: 4062 Fax: 4708 URL: http//www.icom.co.nz
Icom France S.a
Zac de la Plaine, Rue Brindejonc des Moulinais BP 5804, 31505 Toulouse Cedex, France Phone: Fax: URL: http//www.icomeurope.com
Asia Icom Inc.
6F No. 68, Sec. 1 Cheng-Teh Road, Taipei, Taiwan R.O.C. Phone: (02) Fax: (02) URL: http//www.asia-icom.com
Beijing Icom Ltd.
1035, Wanshang Plaza, Shijingshan Road, Beijing China Phone: (010) 68666337 Fax: (010) 68663553
A-6154H-1US-q Printed in Japan 2002 Icom Inc.
1-1-32 Kamiminami, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547-0003 Japan
MF/HF MARINE TRANSCEIVER
The latest ICOM Digital Signal Processor technology with a compact remote head
Standard remote controller
The IC-M802 offers an industry-standard 4-inch tall (10.16 cm) remote controller. When set up with the IC-M502 VHF radio, Icom offers you a complete communications station.
Large LCD with dot matrix characters
You can easily read the alphanumeric name of any of the 1355 ITU channels at a glance with the large LCD display. Nighttime operation is no problem with 10 levels (plus OFF) adjustable backlit display and keypad.
Easy to use in all conditions
The IC-M802 offers two large dials bank and channel for easy channel selection. Up to 16 banks of 20 (max.) each for user channels, and 17 banks for ITU channels are available.
Built-in digital selective calling
For added safety at sea, the IC-M802 offers the latest in one-touch DSC emergency communications technology. (ITU Class E standard.) The emergency button is covered by a red, spring loaded hatch to avoid accidental DSC activation.
Digital signal processor advantage The speech compressor, utilizing DSP, increases average talk power. Flexible lter settings provide for narrow band signals like E-mail, SITOR, FSK and other operation without an optional lter. 150W (PEP) of powerful output 150 Watts of power offers superior worldwide communications. A one piece, die cast aluminum chassis and a large cooling fan allow continuous transmission at full output power very important for data communications, like e-mail. One-touch e-mail access
An SSB rst! The IC-M802 can be set to memorize your HF e-mail access frequency, mode and bandwidth settings. At sea e-mail has never been easier.
* For HF e-mail, an HF modem, PC and cables are required.
Automatic antenna tuner, AT-140
An optional automatic antenna tuner, AT-140, easily connects to the IC-M802. When the tuner cannot tune the antenna, the IC-M802 bypasses the tuner and displays a warning indicator on the LCD.
Wide band receive coverage (0.5 29.9999MHz) VFO mode is available (depending on version) Remote control mic allows you to select channels directly Accessory RS-232C port allows connection of modem, etc. GPS input, NMEA 0183 version 2.0 or later A headphone jack in front of the controller
Frequency coverage (Unit : MHz): Rx 0.5 29.9999 (continuous) Tx 1.6 2.9999, 4.0 4.9999, 6.0 6.9999 8.0 8.9999, 12.0 13.9999, 16.0 17.9999 18.0 19.9999, 22.0 22.9999, 25.0 27.5000 Type of emission : J3E (SSB), J2B (AFSK), F1B (FSK), A1A (CW), H3E (AM*)
Dimensions (WHD; projections not included): Main unit 24094238.4mm; 971631116938 in Controller 22011084.4mm; in Speaker 11011084.4mm; 41132411323516 in Weight : Main unit 4.7kg; 10.36lb Controller 570g; 1.26lb Speaker 370g; 0.81lb
Sensitivity (at 10dB S/N) :
0.5 1.5999MHz 1.6 1.7999MHz 1.8 3.9999MHz 4.0 29.9999MHz J3E, A1A J2B, F1B 6.3V 0.89V 0.89V 0.5V 0.5V H3E 32V 6.3V 3.2V DSC (J2B) 0.5V
(at 1% error rate)
Number of channels
: 1355 (max.) (160 user programmable; 249 ITU SSB duplex; 72 ITU SSB simplex; 662 ITU FSK duplex; 160 e-mail; 21 ITU 4MHz simplex; 31 ITU 8MHz simplex)
Output power : 150, 60, 20W PEP (Selectable) Spurious emissions : 62dB Unwanted sideband : 55dB Carrier suppression : 40dB Microphone impedance : 600
Spurious response rejection ratio: (1.629.9999MHz) More than 70dB Audio output power : 4.0W typical at 10% distortion
(at 13.6V DC) with a 4 load
Antenna impedance : 50 (SO-239) Power supply requirement : 13.6V DC 15% Max. current drain (at 13.6V DC): 30A (typ.) Tx (Max. power) Rx (Max. audio) 3.0A Operating temp. range : 30C to +60C; 22F to +140F
Guaranteed range : 20C to +55C; 4F to +131F
Audio output impedance: 48 Clarity variable range : 150Hz GPS interface : NMEA 0183 version 2.0 or later
q Separation cable, OPC-1106 (5m; 16.4ft) q Hand microphone, HM-135 q External speaker, SP-24 q Mounting bracket kits q Microphone hanger q DC power cables q ACC plugs q Spare fuses
: 10Hz (at 20C to +55C)
All stated specications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
AT-140 HF AUTOMATIC ANTENNA TUNER MN-100 ANTENNA MATCHER MN-100L ANTENNA MATCHER
Matches the transceiver to a long wire antenna with little insertion loss. Cable connections are easy to install.
AT-130 is also available. PS-60 DC POWER SUPPLY
Match the transceiver to a dipole antenna. Covers all HF bands from 1.5 to 30MHz. Two 8m antenna wires come attached.
Match the transceiver to a longwire antenna. Covers all HF bands from 1.5 to 30MHz. A 15m antenna wire comes attached.
PS-66 DC-DC CONVERTER
MB-75 FLUSH MOUNT KIT
Provides 13.6V DC (30A) output from an AC outlet.
Provides 13.6V DC (30A) output from 1932V DC.
For mounting the controller or speaker to a panel.
To ACC connector or AF/MOD connector
SP-24 EXTERNAL SPEAKER
AH-710 FOLDED DIPOLE ANTENNA
ft 0.3 m; 8 24.5 rox. app
RC-25 REMOTE CONTROLLER
Remote controller head. Same as supplied.
HM-135 HAND MICROPHONE
Remote function mic. Same as supplied.
OPC-1106 SEPARATION CABLE
5m (16.4ft) separation cable between controller and main unit. Same as supplied.
44-inch external speaker. Same as supplied. Input impedance: 4. Max. input power: 7W.
Covers 1.9 to 30MHz band. Has an SO239 connector and 30m coaxial cable. Easy to assemble (non-kink construction).
OPC-1147 SHIELD CONTROL CABLE
10m (32.8ft) shield cable to control AT-140.
HF e-mail with PC remote control
1-1-32, Kamiminami, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547-0003, Japan
Count on us!
Icom America Inc.
< Corporate Headquarters >
2380 116th Avenue N.E., Bellevue, WA 98004, U.S.A. Phone : (425) 454-8155 Fax : (425) 454-1509 URL : http://www.icomamerica.com < Customer Service > Phone : (425) 454-7619
Icom (Europe) GmbH
Communication Equipment Himmelgeister Str. 100, D-40225 Dsseldorf, Germany Phone : Fax : URL : http://www.icomeurope.com
Asia Icom Inc.
6F No. 68, Sec. 1 Cheng-Teh Road, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Phone : (02) Fax : (02) URL : http://www.asia-icom.com
Your local distributor/dealer:
Glenwood Centre #150-6165 Highway 17, Delta, B.C., V4K 5B8, Canada Phone : (604) 952-4266 Fax : (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 : (93) 70 Fax : (93) 46 URL : http://www.icomspain.com
Beijing Icom Ltd.
1305, Wanshang Plaza, Shijingshan Road, Beijing, China Phone : (010) Fax : (010) 6866 3553
Icom (Australia) Pty. Ltd.
A.B.N. 290-294 Albert Street, Brunswick, Victoria, 3056, Australia Phone : 0666 Fax : 0022 URL : http://www.icom.net.au
Icom (UK) Ltd.
Unit 9, Sea St., Herne Bay, Kent, CT6 8LD, U.K. Phone : Fax : URL : http://www.icomuk.co.uk
Icom New Zealand
146A Harris Road, East Tamaki, Auckland, New Zealand Phone : 4062 Fax : 4708 URL : http://www.icom.co.nz
Icom France S.a
Zac de la Plaine, Rue Brindejonc des Moulinais BP 5804, 31505 Toulouse Cedex, France Phone : Fax : URL : http://www.icom-france.com
Certificate Number Q14190
Icom Inc. (Japan), is an ISO9001 certification acquired company.
Printed in Japan
M802 Digital Marine SSB Radio All new digital SSB with remoteable control head offers the clearest reception ever. Big dials, a large dot-matrix LCD and well spaced buttons make Icoms newest SSB a snap to operate, even in rough seas. A full key pad, over 1300 channels, wide band RX, Ham band TX (license required) and RX included, one-touch e-mail access (a SSB first!) with no optional filters required, front panel headset jack (to keep from waking up the crew), and many more thoughtful features make this remoteable control head SSB Icom's most advanced ever. Features: The latest in Icom SSB technology and construction Digital Signal Processing (DSP) virtually eliminates noise and interference. Pin drop clear voice reception Digital proce
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