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Icom IC-M802 Instruction Manual

Icom IC-M802 Instruction Manual

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MF/HF MARINE TRANSCEIVER
iM802
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
 
i
FOREWORD
Thank you for purchasing this Icom product. The IC-M802
MF
 / 
HF MARINE TRANSCEIVER
is designed and builtwith Icom’s superior technology and craftsmanship.With proper care, this product should provide you withyears of trouble-free operation.We want to take a couple of moments of your time tothank you for making the IC-M802 your radio of choice,and hope you agree with Icom’s philosophy of “tech-nology first.” Many hours of research and develop-ment went into the design of your IC-M802.
FEATURES 
Standard 4 
× 
″  
remote controller 
Built-in DSC meets ITU Class E requirement 
E-mail function available 
PC connection capability for remote control 
IMPORTANT
READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUALCAREFULLY
before attempting to operate thetransceiver.
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
Thismanual contains important safety and operating in-structions for the IC-M802.
EXPLICITDEFINITIONS
R
WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE! NEVER
at-tach an antenna or internal antenna connector duringtransmission. This may result in an electrical shock orburn.
R
WARNING!NEVER
connect the transceiver toan AC outlet directly. This may pose a fire hazard orresult in an electric shock.
R
WARNING!NEVER
mount the transceivermain unit overhead. The weight of the unit is approxi-mately 4.7kg (10lb 6oz), but its apparent weight willincrease several fold due to wave shocks or vibration.The unit must be mounted on a flat hard surface only.
R
NEVER
connect a power source of more than15.64V DC, such as a 24 V battery. This connectioncould cause a fire or ruin the transceiver.
R
NEVER
place the transceiver where normal oper-ation of the ship or vehicle may be hindered or where itcould cause bodily injury.
R
NEVER
let metal, wire or other objects touch anyinternal part or connectors on the rear panel of thetransceiver. This may result in an electric shock.
R
NEVER
expose the transceiver to rain, snow orany liquids.
DO NOT
use chemical agents such as benzine or al-cohol when cleaning, as they can damage the trans-ceiver surface.During maritime mobile operation,
KEEP
the trans-ceiver and microphone
as far away
as possible (atleast 1m; 3ft) from the magnetic navigation
compass
to prevent erroneous indications.
Use
Icom microphones only (supplied). Other manu-facturer’s microphones have different pin assignments,and connection to the IC-M802 may damage the trans-ceiver.
AVOID
using or placing the transceiver in areas withtemperatures below –20°C (–4°F) or above +55°C(+131°F).
AVOID
placing the transceiver in excessively dusty en-vironments or in direct sunlight.
AVOID
placing the transceiver against walls or puttinganything on top of the transceiver. This will obstructheat dissipation.Place the unit in a secure place to avoid inadvertentuse by children.BE CAREFUL! The heatsink will become hot when op-erating the transceiver continuously for long periods.
PRECAUTIONS
WORDDEFINITION
R
WARNING
Personal injury, fire hazard or electricshock may occur.
CAUTION
Equipment damage may occur.
NOTE
If disregarded, inconvenience only. Norisk or personal injury, fire or electricshock.
Icom, Icom Inc. and the are registered trademarks ofIcom Incorporated (Japan) in the United States, the UnitedKingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Russia and/or othercountries.
 
ii
When your ship requires assistance, contact otherships and the Coast Guard by sending a distress callusing digital selective calling on 2187.5kHz.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
When immediate help is needed 
q
Push and hold [DISTRESS] for 5sec. until theshort beeps become one long beep, to send thedistress call.
w
After 2182kHz is automatically selected (after anacknowledgement call is received), push and holdthe PTTswitch on the microphone and send thefollowing information.1. “MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY.”2. “THIS IS. . . . . . . . . ” (name of ship)3. “LOCATED AT. . . . ” (ship’s position)4. Give the reason for the distress call.5. Explain what assistance you need.6. Give additional information:Ship type•Ship length•Ship colorNumber of people on-board
When potential problems exist 
q
Push [DSC] to select DSC watch mode, if neces-sary.
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 (bottomline), to set up the category, traffic frequency andcalling frequency with [CH], [ENT] and keypad.
r
Push and hold [CANCEL/CALL] for 1sec. until theshort beeps become one long beep.
t
After an acknowledgement call is received, trans-mit the appropriate information using voice.
DSC equipped ships may monitor your transmission.
FOREWORD................................................iIMPORTANT ..............................................iEXPLICIT DEFINITIONS ...........................iPRECAUTIONS .........................................iIN CASE OF EMERGENCY......................iiTABLE OF CONTENTS ............................iiQUICK REFERENCE.............................I–V
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How to set a Channel/Group ..............I
I
Audio output/squelch adjustment ......II
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Basic voice transmission and reception..........................................................III
I
Receiving a DSC...............................IV
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Transmitting a distress call................IV
1OPERATING RULES AND GUIDELINES...............................................................12PANELDESCRIPTION ....................2–7
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Front panel— Controller ....................2
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Front panel— Main unit......................4
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Rear panel— Main unit ......................5
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Microphone (HM-135) .......................5
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LCD screen .......................................6
3SETTING ACHANNEL....................8–9
I
Selecting a channel ...........................8
4RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT ..........10–13
I
Basic voice transmit and receive ....10
I
Functions for transmit ......................10
I
Functions for receive .......................11
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CW operation ..................................12
I
FSK operation .................................13
5CHANNELNAME PROGRAMMING.....................................................14
6DSC PREPARATION ...................15–16
I
MMSI code programming ................15
I
Position and time programming .......16
7CALLPROCEDURE ....................17–36
I
Distress call .....................................17
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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 ...........................................36
8WHEN RECEIVING ACALL........37–42
I
To receive a DSC call ......................37
I
Received information .......................38
I
Deleting a memory ..........................38
I
Distress call .....................................39
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Distress relay call ............................39
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All ships call .....................................40
I
Group call ........................................40
I
Geographical area call ....................40
I
Individual call ...................................41
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Position request call ........................42
9MEMORYOPERATION .....................43
I
Memory description .........................43
I
Memory writing ................................43
I
Memory reading/transmitting/deleting.........................................................43
10DSC MENU OPERATION ............44–46
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General ............................................44
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ID input ............................................44
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Frequency input ...............................45
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Verifying self-ID ...............................46
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Memory reading/deleting .................46
11E-MAILOPERATION .........................47
I
General ............................................47
I
Operation .........................................47
12SET MODE ...................................48–52
I
Quick set mode ...............................48
I
Initial set mode ................................49
13CONNECTION AND INSTALLATION.......................................................53–62
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Supplied accessories ......................53
I
Front panel connections ...................53
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Rear panel connections ...................54
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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 .....................61
14ANTENNAAND GROUNDINGCONSIDERATIONS .....................63–6515SPECIFICATIONS ..............................6616TEMPLATE ..................................67–70
I
Remote controller (RC-25) ..............67
I
Speaker (SP-24) ..............................69
17OPTIONS ...........................................71
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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