IC-410PRO ADVANCED MANUAL

IC-410PRO ADVANCED MANUAL
ADVANCED MANUAL
INTRODUCTION
1 ACCESSORIES AND INSTALLATION
2 BASIC OPERATION
3 SET MODE
4 REPEATER OPERATION
UHF CB TRANSCEIVER
i410PRO
5 SCAN
6 TONE SQUELCH AND POCKET BEEP
7 SELCALL (Selective Calling)
8 OTHER FUNCTIONS
9 SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS carefully before using
the IC-410PRO uhf cb transceiver.
KEEP THIS ADVANCED MANUAL, as it contains
important operating information that may be useful in
the future.
The BASIC MANUAL is supplied with the transceiver.
NOTE
This ADVANCED MANUAL is described, based on
the IC-410PRO factory defaults. However, the setting
values or options on your transceiver may differ from
the descriptions in this manual, depending on the
presetting by your dealer.
Ask your authorized Icom dealer or transceiver
administrator for details.
Icom, Icom Inc. and the Icom logo are registered trademarks
of Icom Incorporated (Japan) in Japan, the United States,
the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Russia,
Australia, New Zealand and/or other countries.
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Section 1
ACCESSORIES AND INSTALLATION
Supplied accessories.............................................................1-2
Rear panel connection...........................................................1-3
Mounting the transceiver.......................................................1-3
1-1
1
ACCESSORIES AND INSTALLATION
Supplied accessories
Microphone
Microphone hanger
and screw set
Microphone
hanger cable
DC power cable
Function name
stickers*
Mounting bracket
Flat washers
Nuts
Mounting screws
Spring washers
Bracket bolts
Self-tapping screws
* Used for labelling the programmable function keys according to their assigned functions.
1-2
1
ACCESSORIES AND INSTALLATION
Rear panel connection
Antenna
q ANTENNA CONNECTOR
Connects an antenna cable.
w EXTERNAL SPEAKER JACK
Connect a 4–8 Ω external speaker.
e MICROPHONE HANGER
Connect the supplied microphone
hanger to the vehicle’s ground to
use the microphone ON/OFF hook
functions.
Optional speaker
q
e
w
R WARNING! NEVER remove
the fuse holder from the DC
power cable.
t
Red
Black
12 V
Battery
r
NOTE: Use the terminals as shown
below for the cable connections.
Crimp
Solder
r OPTIONAL CABLE (OPC-1939)
Connect an external horn, and so on.
Ask your dealer for details.
t DC POWER RECEPTACLE
Connects to a 12 V DC power source.
Pay attention to polarities.
R WARNING! NEVER connect
to a 24 V battery. This could
damage the transceiver.
Mounting the transceiver
Flat washer
Felt*
Spring washer
When using
self-tapping screws
*Felt reduces vibration
1-3
Microphone
hanger cable
Section 2
BASIC OPERATION
Power ON password..............................................................2-2
Keylock....................................................................................2-2
Channel selection...................................................................2-2
Zone selection........................................................................2-2
Priority channel......................................................................2-3
DD Setting the Priority channel...............................................................2-3
DD Selecting the Priority channel...........................................................2-3
DD Cancelling the Priority channel.........................................................2-3
Monitor....................................................................................2-3
Squelch...................................................................................2-3
2-1
2
BASIC OPERATION
Power ON password
Channel selection
If the transceiver is set with a power ON password,
enter the password when turning ON the transceiver.
To enter the password, see the illustration below.
There are 80 channels on the UHF CB and you have
access to the designated repeater channels.
You can select between them to communicate with the
intended person(s). The IC-410PRO is also capable
of storing a combination of up to 32 receive only and
private channels, using the optional CS-410PRO
cloning software.
Push [UP]/[DOWN] to select the channels.
KEY
NUMBER
0
5
1
6
2
7
3
8
Zone selection
4
9
(Selectable only when more than 1 zones are set,
using the optional CS-410PRO cloning software)
A zone is a group of private channels, mainly used for
commercial applications. It allows only certain groups
or business departments to communicate within the
allocated zone.
The password is a 4 digit code (example: 1234).
➥Push the corresponding keys to enter your
password.
• Note that each key represents two digits. That means,
“3764” and “8769” are entered in exactly the same way
(requires no multiple or extended pushing.)
• The entered password will not be displayed.
• If “PASSWORD” does not disappear after entering, the
entered password is incorrect. Turn OFF the transceiver,
and then try again.
1) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
• “ ” is displayed.
2)Enter the Zone Selection mode.
➥Hold down [FUNC] for 2 seconds.
3)Select the desired zone.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
4)Return to the Standby mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
Keylock
Hold down for 2 seconds to electronically lock all
keys except [DUP], [FUNC], and [MONI] to prevent
accidental channel changing and function access.
To lock the keys:
➥Hold down [DUP] for 2 seconds.
NOTE:
• The transceiver remains in the selected mode when
turned OFF and then ON again.
• CB-05, CB-R05 and CB-35 channels are for emergency
use, and are required to be left open for only
emergency use. CB-22 and CB-23 are used for only
receiving.
To unlock the keys:
➥Hold down [DUP] for 2 seconds again.
DDNon-locked keys
Even when the Keylock function is ON, you can use
the following keys for certain conditions.
[PTT]:You can hold down to
transmit, and release to
receive.
[DUP] (Normal mode):You can hold down for 2
seconds to unlock the keys.
[FUNC] (Normal mode):You can push to change
between Normal mode and
Function mode.
[MONI] (Normal mode):You can push to turn the
Monitor (open squelch)
function ON or OFF.
2-2
2
BASIC OPERATION
Priority channel
Monitor
The Priority channel enables you to have quick access
to a specific channel. Only one channel can be set as
the Priority channel. “P” is displayed when the Priority
channel is set.
The Monitor function opens the any squelch, enabling
you to receive weak signals. This allows quick access
to the open squelch setting.
Push [MONI] to turn the Monitor function ON or OFF.
DDSetting the Priority channel
1)Select a desired channel.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
2) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
• “ ” is displayed.
• “P” is displayed.
Squelch
In order to quietly receive signals, set the squelch
level to suit your environment. This eliminates
background noise when there are no signals present.
A higher level is better for inner cities or noisy areas,
and a lower level is more beneficial in quiet, rural and
country areas.
3)Set the selected channel as the Priority channel.
➥Hold down [DUP] for 2 seconds.
DDSelecting the Priority channel
1) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
• “ ” is displayed.
• “N/A” is displayed when no Priority channel is set.
Setting the squelch level:
1)Enter the Set mode.
➥Hold down [FUNC] for 2 seconds.
2) Select the “SQL” menu.
➥Push [FUNC] until the “SQL” menu is displayed.
3) Set the squelch level to between 0 and 9.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
4)Exit the Set mode.
➥Hold down [FUNC] for 2 seconds.
2) Select the Priority channel.
➥Push [DUP].
DDCancelling the Priority channel
1) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
• “ ” is displayed.
• “ ” is displayed.
• “P” disappears.
2) Select the Priority channel.
➥Push [DUP].
3) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
4) Cancelling the Priority channel.
➥Hold down [DUP] for 2 seconds.
2-3
Section 3
SET MODE
Set mode items.......................................................................3-2
DD Set mode sequence..........................................................................3-2
DD Squelch Level “SQL”.........................................................................3-3
DD Scan mode “SCAN-M”......................................................................3-3
DD CTCSS/DTCS...................................................................................3-3
DD Backlight “LIGT”................................................................................3-3
DD Beep “BEEP”....................................................................................3-3
DD Beep Level “BEPV”...........................................................................3-3
DD RF Power “RFPOW”.........................................................................3-3
DD Quiet mode “QUIET”.........................................................................3-4
DD Lockout “LOCK-O”............................................................................3-4
DD Roger beep “RGR-B”........................................................................3-4
DD Battery Voltage “BATT”.....................................................................3-4
DD Auto Power OFF “AP-OFF”..............................................................3-4
DD Signal Monitor “SMON”.....................................................................3-4
DD Horn “HORN”....................................................................................3-4
DD RX VFO “RX VFO”............................................................................3-4
DD Scan Stop Timer “S-TIME”................................................................3-4
DD Scan Restart “SCAN-R”....................................................................3-4
DD Mic Gain “MIC”..................................................................................3-5
DD Lone Worker “LONE”........................................................................3-5
DD AF Minimum Level “AFMIN”..............................................................3-5
DD Own ID..............................................................................................3-5
3-1
3
SET MODE
Set mode items
DDSet mode sequence
The table below describes the sequence of the items in the Set mode.
• The sequence is as shown below when you push [FUNC] in the Set mode.
• Squelch level
• Horn
• RX VFO
• Scan mode
• Signal Monitor
• Scan Stop Timer
• CTCSS/DTCS*1
• Auto Power Off
• Scan Restart
• Backlight
• Battery Voltage
• Mic Gain
• Beep
• Roger Beep
• Lone Worker*2
• Beep Level
• Lockout
• AF Minimum Level*2
• RF Power
• Quiet mode
• Own ID*2 *3
Starting item
*1 Selected CTCSS or DTCS code is displayed.
*2 May not be displayed, depending on the transceiver’s setting.
*3 5 digit Own ID is displayed.
3-2
3
SET MODE
Set mode items (Continued)
DDSquelch Level “SQL”
DDBacklight “LIGT”
The Squelch circuit eliminates background noise
when no signals are present. Set the level to where
the noise just disappears, for proper operation.
A higher level is better for inner cities or noisy areas,
and a lower level is more beneficial in quiet, rural or
country areas. (0 = lowest, 9 = highest)
Squelch Level 2 (default)
The transceiver features a backlit LCD display for use
in low-light conditions. You can select the backlight
mode in the Set mode.
ON: Backlight is continuously ON.
DIM: The backlight continuously lights dimly.
DMA:When a signal activates the dimmer pin on the
connected OPC-1939 acc cable, the backlight
lights dimly. When no signal is applied to the pin,
the backlight is turned ON.
AU2:The backlight automatically turns ON for 5
seconds when changing the contents displayed
on the LCD.
AUT:Lights for 5 seconds when you transmit or
receive a Selcall signal, or when you push any
key except [PTT].
OFF: No backlight.
Squelch Level 0
DDScan mode “SCAN-M”
Select the desired scan mode. See page 5-2 for
details.
Open scan (default)
Group scan
Backlight Auto (default)
Backlight ON
DDBeep “BEEP”
Priority scan
The confirmation beep is set to ON as the default. You
can turn OFF the beep for silent operation in the Set
mode.
Repeater scan
DDCTCSS/DTCS
Select the desired CTCSS tone frequency or DTCS
code. You can change between CTCSS and DTCS
setting modes by pushing [MONI].
See page 6-2 for more information about CTCSS and
DTCS.
Beep ON (default)
DDBeep Level “BEPV”
You can set the volume level for the key beeps to
between 1 (soft) and 5 (loud).
[MONI]
CTCSS Tone Frequency
Setting mode (default)
Beep OFF
DTCS Code Setting mode
Beep level 3 (default)
Beep level 1
DDRF Power “RFPOW”
Set the RF power to High or Low.
RF Power High (default)
3-3
RF Power Low
3
SET MODE
Set mode items (Continued)
DDQuiet mode “QUIET”
DDSignal Monitor “SMON”
Turn On or OFF the Quiet mode for Selcall. See page
7-4 for details.
Quiet mode OFF (default)
You can select whether or not to sound a beep when
you transmit a Selcall code or DTMF code signal.
ON: A beep sounds.
OFF:No beep sounds.
Quiet mode ON
Signal Monitor ON (default)
DDLockout “LOCK-O”
Select the transmission Lockout function mode which
temporarily inhibits transmission.
• RP (Repeater Lockout):Locks out a repeater.
• BU (Busy Lockout):
Locks out a busy channel.
• OF (OFF):
Turns OFF the function.
Lockout OFF (default)
DDHorn “HORN”
Select whether or not to activate the HORN terminal
when a call is received. This function is useful when a
user is away from the transceiver.
*An external horn and an optional OPC-1939 acc cable is
required. Ask your dealer for details.
Busy lockout
DDRoger beep “RGR-B”
Roger Beep OFF (default)
Horn is ON
Horn is OFF (default)
You can turn ON the Roger Beep function to beep to
indicate that the transmission has ended.
DDRX VFO “RX VFO”
Edit the RX channel frequency. See page 8-3 for
details.
Roger Beep ON
DDBattery Voltage “BATT”
DDScan Stop Timer “S-TIME”
You can set to display the Battery Voltage for 2
seconds, when you turn ON the transceiver.
Battery Voltage display
OFF (default)
Signal Monitor OFF
You can set the Scan Stop Timer to pause (P5) or
timer scan (5/10/15). When a signal disappears, the
scan resumes after the set period of time.
5/10/15:Scan pauses for 5, 10 or 15 seconds when a
signal is detected, then resumes.
P5:Scan pauses until the signal disappears,
and then resumes after 5 seconds
(Recommended setting).
Battery Voltage display ON
DDAuto Power OFF “AP-OFF”
You can set the transceiver to automatically turn OFF
after the set period without any key operation. You can
set it to between 0.5 and 4.0 hours (0.5 hour steps) or
8.0 hours.
Scan Stop Timer
P5 (default)
10 second setting
DDScan Restart “SCAN-R”
Auto Power OFF
is OFF (default)
This function restarts the scan 10 seconds after you
stop transmitting. You can turn the function ON or
OFF.
2 hour setting
Scan Restart OFF (default)
3-4
Scan Restart ON
3
SET MODE
Set mode items (Continued)
DDMic Gain “MIC”
DDOwn ID
You can adjust the microphone sensitivity to between
1 (minimum sensitivity) and 5 (maximum sensitivity).
With a higher sensitivity, the microphone picks up
softer voices, though it may pick up more ambient
noise.
(You can only set this item after enabling the function
using the optional CS-410PRO cloning software.)
This function enables you to allocate your Own ID
which identifies you as a target for Selcall operation
and allows tracking of the origin of transmissions.
1) Enter the editing mode when your Own ID is
displayed.
➥Hold down [MONI] for 2 seconds.
Mic Gain
sensitivity 3 (default)
Mic Gain sensitivity 1
DDLone Worker “LONE”
(May not be displayed, depending on the
2) Select the desired number for the blinking digit.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
transceiver’s setting.)
Turn the Lone Worker function ON or OFF.
If no operation occurs during the set period, the Lone
Worker function automatically puts the transceiver into
the Emergency mode.
3) Set the blinking digit and go to the next digit.
➥Push [MONI].
Lone Worker OFF (default)
Lone Worker ON
DDAF Minimum Level “AFMIN”
(May not be displayed, depending on the
transceiver’s setting.)
4) Repeat steps 2) and 3) until all 5 digits are set, and
then push [MONI] again to save your Own ID.
Set the minimum audio output level to Between 0 and
255. This function determines the minimum audio
output level to let the audio level become lower than
the set level.
AF Minimum
Level 0 (default)
AF Minimum Level 255
3-5
Section 4
REPEATER OPERATION
Repeater operation.................................................................4-2
4-1
4
REPEATER OPERATION
Repeater operation
Repeaters extend the operational range of the
transceiver by retransmitting the signals it receives.
Repeaters are usually located on the top of a
building or a mountain, as the elevation increases
their effectiveness, allowing the user to transmit and
receive over greater distances. In Simplex operation,
transceivers transmit and receive on the same
frequency. In Duplex operation (using a repeater)
transceivers transmit and receive on different
frequencies. It automatically does this when one of the
repeater channels is selected.
Accessing a repeater:
To use a repeater, you need to select a repeater
channel
(Repeater CH 1 to 8, and 41 to 48).
You can search for any accessible repeaters in your
local area by using the Repeater scan. (p. 5-2, 5-3)
Repeater
Channel 36
Channel 6
Station A
Channel 36
Channel 6
Uplink
(Repeater Output)
Downlink
(Repeater Input)
Station B
4-2
Section 5
SCAN
Scan types..............................................................................5-2
Scanning.................................................................................5-3
DD Open scan........................................................................................5-3
DD Group scan/Priority scan..................................................................5-3
DD Repeater scan..................................................................................5-3
5-1
5
SCAN
Scan types
The transceiver has 4 scan types to search for
signals, Tag function and 4 Resume options, for
scanning versatility.
REPEATER SCAN
Scan cancel
OPEN SCAN
★
★
ch 02
ch 03
★
★
★
ch 39
ch 06
ch 05
ch 40
ch 04
GROUP SCAN/PRIORITY SCAN
★
★
★
ch 04
ch 01
★
ch 10
★
★
★
Ch 04
Ch 03
Ch 02
* Excludes emergency repeater 05.
★
ch 05
Priority
channel
Ch 01
Scans all repeater channels (01 to 08 and 41 to 48)* in
sequence. If there are no busy channels after scanning
channels 01 to 08 and 41 to 48,* the scan begins from 01
again, and then the transceiver transmits a signal to search
for a repeater while scanning.
An Open scan automatically searches for busy
channels and enables you to locate new stations for
communication or listening.
ch 03
★
“★ ” = Tagged channel.
“★ ” = Tagged channel.
★
★
Ch 48
Ch 48
Repeatedly scans all tagged channels in sequence.
ch 02
★
Ch 02
★
★
ch 01
★
Ch 01
• Repeater scan flow
Blinks
★
★
★
★
ch 09
ch 08
ch 07
ch 06
Scan start
channel
Repeatedly checks the preset Priority
channel after scanning 5 tagged channels.
Scan
“★ ” = Tagged channel.
Group scan and Priority scan repeatedly searches for
a signal on the Priority channel while scanning the
tagged channels. This is useful when waiting for a call
on the Priority channel or several tagged channels.
Group and Priority scans are performed differently
while transmitting. Group scan transmits on a Priority
channel or on a busy channel, and Priority scan
transmits only on the Priority channel.
Tagged channels are independently set for Open,
Group and Priority scans. All channels may be preset
as tagged channels for all scans.
Searches for
signals on the
repeater output
channels.
Automatically tries to
access the repeater.
(0.5 seconds)
Waits for a signal from
the repeater.
(0.5 seconds)
(When no reply signal is received.)
Scan
Automatically tries
to access the next
repeater.
Scan is automatically cancelled.
NOTE: Scan excludes the emergency repeater channel 05.
5-2
5
SCAN
Scanning
The IC-410PRO scans all tagged channels when a
scan is activated. When it detects a busy channel, the
scan can be set to pause, or to resume after a pause.
(Except for a Repeater scan).
See page 3-4 for details on the Scan Restart function.
DDGroup scan/Priority scan
NOTE for Priority scan:
Set the priority channel before scanning.
1) Selecting the desired channel.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
2) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
1.Selecting a Scan mode
1) Enter the Set mode.
➥Hold down [FUNC] for 2 seconds.
2) Select “SCAN-M” menu.
➥Push [FUNC] until the “SCAN-M” menu is
displayed.
3) Select a Scan mode.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
4)Exit the Set mode.
➥Hold down [FUNC] for 2 seconds.
1) Start the scan.
➥Push [SCAN].
2.Setting a Tag channel
DDRepeater scan
1) Start the scan.
➥Push [SCAN].
1) Select an undesired channel.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
2) Untag the selected channel.
➥Hold down [SCAN] for 2 seconds.
3) Repeat step 1) and 2) until all the undesired
channels are untagged.
• “ ” disappears when the tag setting is OFF.
• “ ” is displayed when the selected channel is
tagged.
3.Setting the Scan Stop Timer
Set the Scan Stop Timer in the Set mode.
See page 3-4 for details.
DDOpen scan
1) Start the scan.
➥Push [SCAN].
• “ ” blinks.
• When a signal is received on a repeater channel, the
scan stops.
• 3 high beeps sound when a signal is received while
the transceiver trying to access the repeater.
• 3 low beeps sound when no signal is received while
the transceiver trying to access the repeater.
2) Stop the scan.
➥Push [SCAN].
To tag
1) Select the untagged channel.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
2) Tag the selected channel.
➥Hold down [SCAN] for 2 seconds.
• “ ” blinks.
• When receiving a signal, the scan pauses and then
resumes according to the Scan Stop Timer setting.
2) Stop the scan.
➥Push [SCAN].
NOTE: All channels for each scan type are tagged
by default. To select the channels to scan, you must
first untag the undesired channels.
• “ ” is displayed.
3) Set the priority channel.
➥Hold down [DUP] for 2 seconds.
• “ ” blinks.
• When receiving a signal, the scan pauses and then
resumes according to the Scan Stop Timer setting.
2) Stop the scan.
➥Push [SCAN].
5-3
Section 6
TONE SQUELCH AND POCKET BEEP
Tone Squelch..........................................................................6-2
DD Setting the CTCSS tone frequency/DTCS code...............................6-2
DD Turning ON the Tone Squelch...........................................................6-2
Pocket Beep............................................................................6-3
DD Waiting for a call from a station.........................................................6-3
6-1
6
TONE SQUELCH AND POCKET BEEP
Tone Squelch
Selectable CTCSS tone frequency list
The transceiver is equipped with 51 CTCSS
(subaudible) tone frequencies, and 104 DTCS codes.
CTCSS/DTCS operation enables you to communicate
in the silent standby mode, since you will only receive
calls from group members using the same CTCSS
tone frequency or DTCS code.
No.
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
NOTE: CTCSS/DTCS function is not selectable on
CB channel 5, 35, and Repeater channel 5.
No.
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
DDSetting the
CTCSS tone frequency/DTCS code
1) Enter the Set mode.
➥Hold down [FUNC] for 2 seconds.
2) Select the CTCSS/DTCS menu.
➥Push [FUNC].
• Selected CTCSS or DTCS code is displayed.
• Push [MONI] to select between CTCSS and DTCS
to enter the Setting mode.
CTCSS Setting mode
DTCS Setting mode
[MONI]
CTCSS tone frequency
List number
No.
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Freq.
94.8
97.4
100.0
103.5
107.2
110.9
114.8
118.8
123.0
127.3
131.8
No.
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
Freq.
136.5
141.3
146.2
151.4
156.7
159.8
162.2
165.5
167.9
171.3
173.8
No.
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
Freq.
177.3
179.9
183.5
186.2
189.9
192.8
196.6
199.5
203.5
206.5
210.7
No.
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Freq.
218.1
225.7
229.1
233.6
241.8
250.3
254.1
No.
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
Code
371
411
412
413
423
431
432
445
446
452
454
455
462
464
465
466
503
506
516
523
526
No. Code
85
532
86
546
87
565
88
606
89
612
90
624
91
627
92
631
93
632
94
654
95
662
96
664
97
703
98
712
99
723
100 731
101 732
102 734
103 743
104 754
Selectable DTCS code list
Information
The transceiver has 51 tone frequencies and
consequently their spacing is narrow compared to
units having 38 tones.
Therefore, some tone frequencies may receive
interference from adjacent tone frequencies.
Freq.
67.0
69.3
71.0
71.9
74.4
77.0
79.7
82.5
85.4
88.5
91.5
(Hz)
Code
023
025
026
031
032
036
043
047
051
053
054
065
071
072
073
074
114
115
116
122
125
No.
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Code
131
132
134
143
145
152
155
156
162
165
172
174
205
212
223
225
226
243
244
245
246
No.
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
Code
251
252
255
261
263
265
266
271
274
306
311
315
325
331
332
343
346
351
356
364
365
DDTurning ON the Tone Squelch
Before turning ON the Tone Squelch, set the desired
CTCSS tone frequency or DTCS code in the Set
mode.
DTCS code
List number
➥Hold down [MONI] for 2 seconds to turn ON the
Tone Squelch.
• Holding down [MONI] for 2 seconds switches
between “TSQL” (Tone Squelch), “TSQL ë”
(Pocket Beep) and OFF (cancel).
3) Set the desired CTCSS tone frequency or DTCS
code.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
4) Exit the Set mode.
➥Hold down [FUNC] for 2 seconds.
6-2
6
TONE SQUELCH AND POCKET BEEP
Pocket Beep
This function uses the CTCSS tone and the DTCS
code for calling. You can also use it as a “common
pager” to inform you that someone called while you
were away from the transceiver.
DDWaiting for a call from a station
Before using the Pocket Beep, set the desired CTCSS
tone frequency or DTCS code in the Set mode.
1) Hold down [MONI] for 2 seconds several times until
“TSQL ë” is displayed.
• Holding down [MONI] for 2 seconds switches between
“TSQL” (Tone Squelch), “TSQL ë” (Pocket Beep), and
OFF (cancel).
2) When you receive a signal with a matching tone or
code, a beep sounds every 10 seconds and “ë”
blinks.
3) Hold down [PTT] to answer and to stop the beep
and blinking.
• The transceiver automatically selects Tone Squelch.
6-3
Section 7
SELCALL (Selective Calling)
Description..............................................................................7-2
Calling......................................................................................7-2
DD Selecting a TX code..........................................................................7-2
DD Editing the TX code...........................................................................7-3
DD Transmitting an individual Selcall......................................................7-3
Receiving................................................................................7-4
DD Receiving an individual Selcall.........................................................7-4
DD Receiving a Group call......................................................................7-4
Quiet mode..............................................................................7-4
Stun function..........................................................................7-4
7-1
7
SELCALL (Selective Calling)
Description
Calling
Besides the Tone Squelch function for silent standby,
you can use the Selcall (Selective Calling) function.
Selcall has 100,000 options when using 5 tone.
You can use the Selcall function to call another unit or
call a Group on the same channel, as well as station
code, text, the answer back function and auto scan
start. These, and many more, can be set using the
optional CS-410PRO cloning software.
TX code is the Selcall code that you transmit. You can
enter maximum of 32 TX codes into the IC-410PRO,
using the optional CS-410PRO cloning software.
DDSelecting a TX code
1) Select the desired CB channel or Repeater
channel, except for CB channel 5, 35, and
Repeater channel 5.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
2) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
NOTE:
• Selcall cannot be used on CB channel 5, 35, and
Repeater channel 5.
• A Selcall transmission is restricted to a total of 3
seconds in a 1 minute period.
• “ ” is displayed.
TX code
• If entered using the CS-410PRO cloning software,
the text is displayed instead of the code.
3) Enter the TX code selection mode.
➥Push [SCAN].
4) Select the desired TX code or text.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
5) Push [PTT] to transmit the selected TX code, or
push [SCAN] to set the selected TX code and exit
the TX code selection mode.
• When you transmit, a short beep sounds.
Information
You can assign TX code texts to all 32 TX codes using
the CS-410PRO cloning software.
7-2
7
SELCALL (Selective Calling)
Calling (Continued)
DDEditing the TX code
DDTransmitting an individual Selcall
You can edit the TX code within the allowed digits.
The Group call function enables you to edit a special
“Group code” of the Selcall ID code.
1) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
• “ ” is displayed.
• A short beep sounds.
TIP: If you have already selected the TX code, you
can transmit an individual Selcall as shown below.
3) Enter the TX Code Selection mode.
➥Push [SCAN].
4) Enter the TX Code Editing mode.
➥Hold down [SCAN] for 2 seconds.
• “ ” is displayed.
2) Enter the TX Code Selection mode.
➥Push [SCAN].
3) Select the desired TX code.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
4) Transmit an individual call.
➥Push [PTT].
1) Select the desired CB channel or Repeater
channel, except for CB channel 5, 35, and
Repeater channel 5.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
2) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
1) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
• The editing digit blinks.
• “ ” is displayed.
• A short beep sounds.
2) Transmit an individual call.
➥Hold down [SCAN] for 2 seconds.
5) Edit the TX code.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
6) Go to next digit.
➥Push [SCAN].
7) Repeat step 5) and 6) to enter all digits.
8) Exit the TX Code Editing mode.
➥Push [SCAN].
• The editing digit stops blinking.
9) Push [PTT] to transmit the selected TX code, or
push [SCAN] to set the selected TX code and exit
the TX Code Selection mode.
• When you transmit, a short beep sounds.
NOTE: The TX code digits that can be edited by
the user are set using the CS-410PRO cloning
software.
7-3
7
SELCALL (Selective Calling)
Receiving
Quiet mode
DDReceiving an individual Selcall
When receiving an RX code:
When the Quiet mode is ON, the Selcall mute function
is activated and enables silent operation until a Selcall
code is received.
➥Hold down [PTT] and speak at your normal voice
level.
1) Enter the Set mode.
➥Hold down [FUNC] for 2 seconds.
2) Select the “QUIET” menu.
➥Push [FUNC].
3) Turn the Quiet mode ON or OFF.
➥Push[UP]/[DOWN].
• Beeps sound.
• The RX code’s text is displayed, if entered.
• “ë” and channel name blink, and the Selcall mute is
released.
• “Q” is displayed when the Quiet mode is ON.
4)Exit the Set mode.
➥Hold down [FUNC] for 2 seconds.
NOTE:
• If the ID decode function “ID Dec” is turned ON,
the received Own ID code is displayed instead
of the text, and stored into the transceiver. This
function can be turned ON using the CS-410PRO
cloning software.
• A maximum of 8 individual RX codes can be
stored into the transceiver.
NOTE: The Unmute mode may automatically return
to the Mute mode after a specified time period,
depending on the presetting.
Stun function
If the transceiver is in the Stun mode, it will request a
password when you turn ON the transceiver.
This function can only be set by your dealer. Once the
password has been entered, the transceiver will not
prompt you to enter it again.
DDReceiving a Group call
When receiving a Group call:
• Beeps sound.
• “ë” and “GROUP” blink, and the Selcall mute is released.
➥Hold down [PTT] and speak at your normal voice
level.
Cloning and transceiver operations are disabled
after a Kill ID is received. By activating the Clone
Write mode, you can use the transceiver again. (The
internal data cannot be accessed using the Clone
Read mode.)
• You can set the Group call receiving options using the
optional CS-410PRO cloning software. Consult the CS410PRO help file for more information.
7-4
Section 8
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Smart Ring and ATS (Automatic Transponder System)...... 8-2
DD Smart Ring........................................................................................8-2
DD ATS...................................................................................................8-2
RX channels and frequencies............................................... 8-3
DD Editing an RX frequency...................................................................8-3
Data cloning............................................................................8-3
8-1
8
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Smart Ring and ATS (Automatic Transponder System)
DDATS
Smart ring is the function to search for transceivers
to receive or transmit in the group using the same
CTCSS tone frequency.
1) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
ATS (Automatic Transponder System) is the function
to automatically search for transceivers or repeaters
to receive or transmit. When a call is received, the
called station automatically sends an answer back
signal even if the user is temporarily away from the
transceiver.
• When a member of the group answers the call, “ë”
and “FOUND” blink.
• If no answer is received, the transceiver sounds
short failure beeps and “FAILED” appears.
• When an RX channel is selected, an error beep
sounds.
• The transceiver automatically sends a searching
signal every 60 seconds.
• “ ” blinks.
• The transceiver or repeater receives the ATS signal
will automatically send an answer back signal.
• When you receive the answer back signal, “ ” stops
blinking until the next search transmission.
• If no reply is received, “ ” blinks until the next
search transmission.
1) Set the same CTCSS tone frequency to all the
transceivers in the group. (p. 6-2)
2) Turn ON the Tone Squelch. (p. 6-2)
3) Turn ON the Function mode.
➥Push [FUNC].
• “ ” is displayed.
• “ ” is displayed.
2) Turn ON the ATS function.
➥Push [MONI].
DDSmart Ring
4) Send a Smart Ring call.
➥Hold down [MONI] for 2 seconds.
3) Turn OFF the ATS function.
➥Push [FUNC], and then [MONI] again.
5) Answer the call, and stop the blinking and the
beeps.
➥Push [PTT].
NOTE:
• You can use the Smart Ring function only if
the called station has the same CTCSS tone
frequency and is operating on the same channel.
• The setting above is for only the calling station. A
called station automatically sends an answer back
signal without any presetting. All the IC-410PROs
set to the same operating channel within the
communication area will send an answer back
call.
8-2
8
OTHER FUNCTIONS
RX channels and frequencies
Data cloning
You can enable the use of the RX channels on the
transceiver screen using the optional CS-410PRO
cloning software. RX channels are not displayed as
the default.
Also, you can edit the RX frequencies between 450
through 520 MHz using the CS-410PRO or using the
transceiver if the RX channels have been enabled.
Data cloning enables you to transfer data quickly and
easily from a PC to a transceiver, using the optional
CS-410PRO cloning software.
You can clone the data to or from a PC, using the
optional OPC-1122U cloning cable.
DDEditing an RX frequency
to USB port
1) Select the desired RX channel (Example: RX-01).
2) Enter the Set mode.
➥Hold down [FUNC] for 2 seconds.
3) Select “RX VFO” menu.
➥Push [FUNC].
4) Enter the RX VFO mode.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
PC
OPC-1122U
USB cable
• RX frequency is displayed.
• Push [SCAN] to set the channel spacing to between
wide and narrow.
5) Select the desired RX frequency. The frequency
selection scrolls according to the channel spacing
selected in step 4).
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
Wide channel spacing
(25 kHz steps)
Narrow channel spacing
(12.5 kHz steps)
6) Select the editing digit.
➥Push [FUNC].
IC-410PRO
• The editing digit blinks.
7) Set the desired number to the digit.
➥Push [UP]/[DOWN].
8) Go to next digit.
➥Push [FUNC].
9) Repeat step 7) and 8) to edit the RX frequency.
10) Finish editing digit.
➥Push [FUNC].
• The editing digit stops blinking.
11) Return to the Standby mode.
➥Push [DUP], and then hold down [FUNC] for 2
seconds.
8-3
Section 9
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS..........................................................9-2
DD General.................................................................................9-2
DD Transmitter............................................................................9-2
DD Receiver................................................................................9-2
9-1
9
SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
DDGeneral
• Frequency coverage:
CB
RX/Private
• Type of emission:
CB
RX/Private
• Channel spacing:
CB
RX/Private
• Current drain (at 13.8 V):
TX (at 5 W)
TX (at 25 W)
Max. audio
• Operating temperature range:
• Power supply requirement:
• Frequency stability:
• Antenna impedance:
• Dimensions:
• Weight:
476.4250–477.4125 MHz
450.0000–520.0000 MHz
8K50F3E
8K50F3E/16K0F3E
12.5 kHz
12.5/25 kHz
approximately 4.0 A
approximately 7.0 A
approximately 1200 mA
–30°C to +60°C
13.8 V DC nominal (Negative ground)
±2.5 ppm (–30°C to + 60°C)
50 Ω nominal
W 150 × H 40 × D 117.5 mm (Projections not included)
approximately 800 g
DDTransmitter
• Output power:
CB
Private
• Modulation system:
• Max. frequency deviation:
Narrow
Wide
• Spurious emissions:
5 W/1 W
25 W/5 W/1 W
Variable reactance frequency modulation
±2.5 kHz
±5.0 kHz
–30 dBm (maximum)
DDReceiver
• Sensitivity (12 dB SINAD):
0.25 μV (typical)
• Squelch sensitivity:
0.25 μV (typical)
• Intermodulation rejection ratio:
75 dB (typical)
• Spurious response rejection ratio: 70 dB (minimum)
• Audio output power:
4.0 W (typical) at 5% distortion into a 4 Ω load
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
9-2
INDEX
A
P
ATS (Automatic Transponder System)……………… 8-2
Auto Power OFF……………………………………… 3-4
Pocket Beep……………………………………………
Power ON password…………………………………
Priority channel…………………………………………
Priority channel, cancelling……………………………
Priority channel, selecting……………………………
Priority channel, setting………………………………
B
Backlight………………………………………………
Battery Voltage…………………………………………
Beep……………………………………………………
Beep Level……………………………………………
3-3
3-4
3-3
3-3
Q
Quiet mode……………………………………… 3-4, 7-4
C
Call from a station……………………………………
Channel selection………………………………………
CTCSS…………………………………………………
CTCSS tone frequency list……………………………
CTCSS tone frequency, setting………………………
R
6-3
2-2
6-2
6-2
6-2
Receiving, Selcall………………………………………
Repeater, accessing…………………………………
Repeater operation……………………………………
RF Power………………………………………………
Roger beep……………………………………………
RX VFO…………………………………………………
D
Data cloning……………………………………………
DTCS……………………………………………………
DTCS code list…………………………………………
DTCS code, setting……………………………………
6-3
2-2
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
8-3
6-2
6-2
6-2
7-4
4-2
4-2
3-3
3-4
3-4
S
Scan, group……………………………………… 5-2, 5-3
Scan mode…………………………………………… 3-3
Scan, open……………………………………… 5-2, 5-3
Scan, priority……………………………………… 5-2, 5-3
Scan, repeater…………………………………… 5-2, 5-3
Scan Restart…………………………………………… 3-4
Scan Stop Timer……………………………………… 3-4
Scan types……………………………………………… 5-2
Set mode sequence…………………………………… 3-2
Signal Monitor………………………………………… 3-4
Smart Ring…………………………………………… 8-2
Specifications………………………………………… 9-2
Squelch………………………………………………… 2-3
Squelch Level………………………………………… 3-3
Stun function…………………………………………… 7-4
G
Group call, receiving………………………………… 7-4
H
Horn…………………………………………………… 3-4
I
Individual Selcall, receiving………………………… 7-4
Individual Selcall, transmitting……………………… 7-3
K
Keylock………………………………………………… 2-2
Keys, non-locked……………………………………… 2-2
T
Tag channel, setting…………………………………… 5-3
Tone Squelch………………………………………… 6-2
L
Lockout………………………………………………… 3-4
Z
M
Zone selection………………………………………… 2-2
Mic Gain………………………………………………… 3-5
Monitor………………………………………………… 2-3
O
Own ID………………………………………………… 3-5
9-3
A-7256-2AU
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