IC-F3162T/S_F4162T/S Instruction Manual

IC-F3162T/S_F4162T/S Instruction Manual
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
VHF TRANSCEIVER
iF3162T/S
UHF TRANSCEIVER
iF4162T/S
The photo shows the 10-key
version UHF transceiver.
IMPORTANT
TABLE OF CONTENTS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS carefully and com-
IMPORTANT.............................................................................................. i
EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS........................................................................... i
TABLE OF CONTENTS............................................................................. i
PRECAUTIONS.........................................................................................ii
1 ACCESSORIES.............................................................................. 1−3
■ Supplied accessories...................................................................... 1
■ Accessory attachments................................................................... 1
2 PANEL DESCRIPTION................................................................. 4−10
■ Front panel...................................................................................... 4
■ Function display.............................................................................. 5
■ Programmable function keys........................................................... 6
3 BASIC OPERATION................................................................... 11−17
■ Turning power ON.......................................................................... 11
■ Channel selection.......................................................................... 12
■ Call procedure............................................................................... 13
■ Receiving and transmitting............................................................ 13
■ User set mode............................................................................... 16
■ Emergency transmission............................................................... 16
■ Man Down Emergency Call........................................................... 16
■ Scrambler function........................................................................ 17
■ Stun function................................................................................. 17
■ Priority A channel selection........................................................... 17
4 BATTERY CHARGING............................................................... 18−22
■ Caution.......................................................................................... 18
■ Optional battery chargers.............................................................. 20
5 BATTERY CASE............................................................................... 23
■ Optional battery case (BP-240)..................................................... 23
6 SWIVEL BELT CLIP................................................................... 24−25
■ MB-93 contents............................................................................. 24
■ To attach........................................................................................ 24
■ To detach....................................................................................... 25
7 SPEAKER MICROPHONE............................................................... 26
■ Optional HM-169/170GP description............................................ 26
■ To attach........................................................................................ 26
8 OPTIONS.................................................................................... 27−30
9 DOC............................................................................................ 31−32
pletely before using the transceiver.
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL — This
instruction manual contains important oper­ating instructions
for the IC-F3162T/F3162S VHF TRANSCEIVERS and ICF4162T/F4162S UHF TRANSCEIVERS.
ee the operating guide for details of BIIS, MDC and LTR®
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system operations. Ask your dealer for details.
EXPLICIT DEFENITIONS
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RWARNING
CAUTION
NOTE
DEFINITION
Personal injury, fire hazard or electric
shock may occur.
Equipment damage may occur.
If disregarded, inconvenience only. No risk
of personal injury, fire or electric shock.
PRECAUTIONS
R CAUTION! NEVER hold the transceiver so that
DO NOT modify the transceiver. The transceiver warranty
the antenna is very close to, or touching exposed parts of
the body, especially the face or eyes, while transmitting. The
transceiver will perform best if the microphone is 5 to 10 cm
away from the lips and the transceiver is vertical.
does not cover any problems caused by unauthorized modification.
R CAUTION! NEVER operate the transceiver with a
headset or other audio accessories at high volume levels.
R CAUTION! NEVER short the terminals of the battery pack.
R CAUTION! NEVER use non-Icom battery packs/
chargers to prevent the loss of the transceiver’s good performance and warranty.
DO NOT push [PTT] when not actually desiring to transmit.
DO NOT use or place the transceiver in direct sunlight or
KEEP
the transceiver away from the heavy rain, and
Never immerse it in the water. The transceiver meets IP55*
requirements for dust-protection and water jet resistance.
However, once the transceiver has been dropped, dustprotection and water jet resistance cannot be guaranteed
due to the fact that the transceiver may be cracked, or the
waterproof seal damaged, etc.
* O nly when the supplied battery pack, flexible antenna and
connector cover are attached.
Icom optional equipment is designed for optimal performance when used with this transceiver. We are not responsible for the transceiver being damaged or any accident
caused when using non-Icom optional equipment.
in areas with temperatures below –25°C or above +55°C.
The basic operations, transmission and reception of the
transceiver are guaranteed within the specified operating
temperature range. However, the LCD display may not operate correctly, or show an indication in the case of long hours
of operation, or after being placed in extremely cold areas.
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Icom, Icom Inc. and the
logo are registered trademarks of Icom
Incorporated (Japan) in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany,
France, Spain, Russia and/or other countries.
LTR is a registered trademark of the E.F.Johnson Company.
All other products or brands are registered trademarks or trademarks of their
respective holders.
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ACCESSORIES
■ Supplied accessories
■ Accessory attachments
The following accessories are supplied.
D Flexible antenna
Flexible
antenna
Battery pack
Belt clip
Connect the supplied flexible antenna
to the antenna connector.
CAUTION!
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EVER HOLD the antenna when
carrying the transceiver.
• Transmitting without an antenna
may damage the transceiver.
Connector cover
(with screw)
ACCESSORIES
D Battery pack
To attach the battery pack:
Slide the battery pack on the back of the transceiver in the direction of the arrow (q), then lock it with the battery release button.
• Slide the battery pack until the battery release button makes a
‘click’ sound.
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D Belt clip
To attach the belt clip:
q Release the battery pack if it is attached.
w Slide the belt clip in the direction of the arrow until the belt
clip is locked and makes a ‘click’ sound.
To release the battery pack:
Push the battery release button in the direction of the arrow
(w) as shown below. The battery pack is then released.
EVER release or attach the battery pack when the
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transceiver is wet or soiled. This may result water or dust
getting into the transceiver/battery pack and may result in
the transceiver being damaged.
To detach the belt clip:
q Release the battery pack if it is attached.
w Pinch the clip (q), and slide the belt clip in the direction
of the arrow (w).
Battery pack
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q
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Battery release
button
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ACCESSORIES
D Connector cover
Attach the connector cover when the optional equipment is
not used.
To attach the connector cover:
q Insert the connector cover into the multi-connector.
w Tighten the screw.
To detach the connector cover:
q Unscrew the screw using a phillips screwdriver.
w Detach the connector cover for the optional equipment
connector.
Multiconnector
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Connector
cover
CAUTION!
ttach the connector cover when the optional equipment
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is not used. Otherwise the terminals of the multi-connector may be shorted by metal object, etc., and this could
damage the transceiver.
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
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■ Front panel
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Speaker
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Microphone
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q ROTARY SELECTOR
Rotate to select the pre-programmed memory channels
or the operating zone. (Depending on the pre-setting)
w ANTENNA CONNECTOR
Connects the supplied antenna. (p. 1)
r DEALER-PROGRAMMABLE KEY [Side1]
Desired function can be programmed by your dealer.
(p. 6)
t PTT SWITCH [PTT]
Push and hold to transmit; release to receive.
y DEALER-PROGRAMMABLE KEYS [Side2]/[Side3]
Desired function can be programmed independently by
your dealer. (p. 6)
u 10-KEYPAD (Depending on version)
The keypad allows you to enter digits to:
• Select memory channels
• Select tone channels
• Select DTMF codes (during transmit)
• Set TX codes
• Start up with the password
i DEALER-PROGRAMMABLE KEYS [P0] to [P3]
Desired function can be programmed independently by
your dealer. (p. 6)
o FUNCTION DISPLAY (p. 5)
Displays a variety of information such as an operating
channel number/name, Set mode contents, DTMF code,
selected function, etc.
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e DEALER-PROGRAMMABLE KEY [EMR]
Desired function can be programmed by your dealer.
(p. 6)
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
!0 MULTI-CONNECTOR
Connect an optional equipment.
■ Function display
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Connector cover
NOTE: Attach the connector cover when the optional
equipment is not used.
See p. 3 for details.
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CALA TXCU TXC SET
!1 BUSY/TRANSMIT INDICATOR
➥ L ights green while receiving a signal, or when the
squelch is open.
➥ Lights red while transmitting.
!2 VOLUME CONTROL [VOL]
Rotate to turn the power ON/OFF and adjusts the audio
level.
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qSIGNAL STRENGTH INDICATOR
Indicates relative signal strength level.
wLOW POWER INDICATOR
Appears when low output power is selected.
eAUDIBLE INDICATOR
➥ Appears when the channel is in the ‘audible’ (unmute)
condition.
➥ Appears when the matched signal is received.
rCOMPANDER INDICATOR
Appears when the compander function is activated.
tSCRAMBLER INDICATOR
Appears when the voice scrambler function is activated.
PANEL DESCRIPTION
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■ Programmable function keys
yBELL INDICATOR
Appears/blinks when the matched signal is received, according to the pre-programming.
uCALL CODE MEMORY INDICATOR
Appears when the call code memory is selected.
iBATTERY INDICATOR
Appears or blinks when the battery power decreases to a
specified level.
Indication
Battery level
Full
Middle
Charging
required
No battery
blinks when the battery is over charged.
blinks when the battery is exhausted.
oALPHANUMERIC DISPLAY
➥ Displays an operating channel number, channel name,
Set mode contents, DTMF code, etc.
➥ The indication mode can be selected from 1 line or 2
lines. Ask your dealer for details.
• In this instruction manual, the LCD illustration is described
using the 2 lines indication mode.
The following functions can be assigned to [EMR], [Side1],
[Side2], [Side3], [P0], [P1], [P2] and [P3] programmable
function keys.
Consult your Icom dealer or system operator for details concerning your transceivers programming.
If the programmable function names are bracketed in the following explanations, the specific key is used to activate the
function depends on the programming.
CH UP AND DOWN KEYS “UP” “DOWN”
➥Push to select an operating channel. When [Rotary selector] selects “operating channel,” this key is not available.
➥P ush to select a transmit code channel after pushing
[TX Code CH Select].
➥Push to select a DTMF channel after pushing [DTMF Autodial].
➥Push to select a scan group after pushing and holding
[Scan A Start/Stop]/[Scan B Start/Stop].
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!0KEY INDICATOR
Indicate the programmed function of the front panel keys
([P0], [P1], [P2] and [P3]).
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
ZONE KEY “ZONE”
Push this key, then push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select
the desired zone. When [Rotary selector] selects “operating
zone,” this key operation is not available.
hat is “zone”?— Selected channels are assigned to a
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zone according to how they are to be used in a group. For
example, ‘Staff A’ and ‘Staff B’ are assigned into a “Business” zone, and ‘John’ and ‘Cindy’ are assigned into a
“Private” zone.
ZONE UP AND DOWN KEYS “ZNUP” “ZNDN”
Push to select an operating zone. When [Rotary selector]
selects “operating zone,” this key is not available.
SCAN A KEY “SCNA”
➥Push to start and cancel scanning operation.
• When Power ON Scan function is activated, push to pause the
scanning operation. And the paused scan resumes after the
specified time period has passed.
➥Push and hold this key for 1 sec. to indicate the scan list,
then push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select the desired list.
SCAN B KEY “SCNB”
➥Push to start and cancel scanning operation.
The scan restarts after the specified time period has
passed when the scan (started with this key) is canceled
by except for this key operation.
➥Push and hold this key for 1 sec. to indicate the scan list,
then push [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select the desired list.
SCAN ADD/DEL (TAG) KEY “SCAD”
➥Push to add or delete the selected channel to/from the
scan group.
1. Push to indicate the scan group, then push [CH Up] or
[CH Down] to select the desired group.
2. Push to add or delete the channel to/from the selected
scan group.
3. Push and hold for 1 sec. to exit the scan group selection mode.
➥Push this key while scan is paused (a signal is detected)
on a channel (except for priority channel,) the channel is
cleared from the scan group.
epending on the setting, the cleared channel is
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added to the scan group again after the scan is cancelled. (Nuisance Delete function)
PRIORITY CHANNEL KEYS “PRA” “PRAR” “PRB” “PRBR”
➥Push to select Priority A or Priority B channel.
➥Push and hold [Prio A (Rewrite)] or [Prio B (Rewrite)] for
1 sec. to rewrite the Priority A or Priority B channel for the
operating channel.
PANEL DESCRIPTION
MEMORY CH 1/2/3/4 KEYS “CH1” “CH2” “CH3” “CH4”
Push to select the memory channels 1 to 4 directly.
MONI KEY “MON”
➥Push to mute and release the CTCSS (DTCS) or 2-tone
squelch mute. Open any squelch/deactivate any mute
while pushing and holding this key. (LMR operation only)
➥A ctivates one of (or two of) the following functions on
each channel independently: (PMR operation only)
• Push and hold to un-mute the channel (audio is emitted; ‘Audible’ condition).
• Push to mute the channel (sets to ‘Inaudible’ only).
• Push after the communication is finished to send a ‘reset code’.
(5-tone/BIIS operation only)
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automatically return to the mute condition (‘Inaudible‘
condition) after a specified period.
LIGHT KEY “LIGT”
Push to turn the transceiver’s backlight ON temporarily only
when the backlight function is turned OFF in user set mode.
LOCK KEY “LOCK”
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ush and hold for 1 sec. to electronically lock all programmable keys except the following:
[PTT], [Call] (incl. Call A and Call B), [Moni(Audi)], [Light],
[Emergency], [Surveillance] and [Lone Worker].
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ush and hold for 1 sec. again to turn the lock function
OFF.
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LONE WORKER KEY “LONE”
Push to turn the Lone Worker function ON or OFF.
• If the Lone Worker function is activated, the Emergency function is
automatically turned ON after the specified time period has passed
with no operation is performed.
HIGH/LOW KEY “H/L”
ush to select the transmit output power temporarily or perP
manently, depending on the pre-setting.
• Ask your dealer for the output power level for each selection.
C.TONE CH ENT KEY “TSEL”
Push to enter the continuous tone channel selection mode.
Then select the desired tone frequency/code setting with
[CH Up] or [CH Down]. After the selection, push this key
again to set.
The selected channel remains set as the continuous tone
channel until another channel is designated as such.
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TALK AROUND KEY “TA”
Push to turn the talk around function ON and OFF.
CALL KEYS “CALL” “CALA” “CALB”
Push to transmit a 2/5-tone or BIIS ID code.
• The talk around function equalizes the transmit frequency to the
receive frequency for transceiver-to-transceiver communication.
• C all transmission is necessary before you call another station
depending on your signaling system.
• [ Call A] and/or [Call B] may be available when your system
employs selective ‘Individual/Group’ calls. Ask your dealer which
call is assigned to each key.
WIDE/NARROW KEY “W/N”
Push to toggle the IF bandwidth between wide and narrow.
DTMF AUTODIAL KEY “DTMA”
Push to enter the DTMF channel selection mode. Then
select the desired DTMF channel using [CH Up]/[CH Down].
After selecting the DTMF channel, push again to transmit
the selected DTMF code.
RE-DIAL KEY “DTMR”
Push to transmit the last-transmitted DTMF code.
EMERGENCY KEY “EMR”
Push and hold to transmit the emergency call.
• The emergency call transmits with beeps; the display does not
change.
• The transceiver can transmit the emergency call silently or with the
display changes depending on the pre-setting. Ask your dealer for
details.
• If you want to cancel the emergency call, push and hold the key
again before transmitting the call.
• The emergency call is transmitted one time only or repeatedly until
receiving a control code, depending on the pre-setting.
SURVEILLANCE KEY “SURV”
Push to turn the surveillance function ON or OFF.
When this function is turned ON, the beep is not emitted and
the LCD backlight does not light when a signal is received or
a key is pushed, etc.
TX CODE ENTER KEYS “TXCE”
Push to enter the ID code edit mode directly, for both 5-tone
and MSK. Then set the desired digit using [CH Up]/[CH
Down]. (p. 15)
PANEL DESCRIPTION
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TX CODE CHANNEL SELECT KEY “TXC”
Push to enter the TX code channel selection mode. Then set
the desired channel using [CH Up]/[CH Down]. (pgs. 14, 15)
USER SET MODE KEY “SET”
➥ Push and hold for 1 sec. to enter user set mode.
TX CODE CHANNEL UP/DOWN KEYS “TXCU” “TXCD”
Push to select a TX code channel directly.
➥ Push and hold this key for 1 sec. again to exit user set
mode.
ID-MEMORY SELECT KEY “IDMS”
➥ Recalls detected ID codes.
• P ush this key, then select the ID code using [CH Up]/[CH
Down].
• Up to 5 ID’s are memorized.
➥ Push and hold for 1 sec. to erase the selected ID’s.
SCRAMBLER KEY “SCR”
Push to toggle the voice scrambler function ON and OFF.
COMPANDER KEY “COMP”
Push to toggle the compander function ON and OFF.
The compander function reduces noise components from
the transmitting audio to provide clear communication.
• D uring user set mode, push this key to select an item, and
change the value or condition using push [CH Up]/[CH Down].
User set mode is also available via the ‘Power ON function.’
Refer to (p. 16) also.
OPT OUT KEYS “OP1” “OP2” “OP3”
Push to control the output signal level from the optional unit
connector.
OPT MOMENTARY KEYS “O1M” “O2M” “O3M”
Push to control the output signal level from the optional unit
connector.
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BASIC OPERATION
■ Turning power ON
rior to using the transceiver for the first time, the battery
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pack must be fully charged for optimum life and operation.
(p. 18)
q Rotate [VOL] to turn the power ON.
w If the transceiver is programmed for a start up password,
input the digit codes as directed by your dealer.
• 1 0-keypad can be used for password input depending on
version.
• The keys in the table below can be used for password input.
• The transceiver detects numbers in the same block as identical.
Therefore “01234” and “56789” are the same.
KEY
NUMBER
P0
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P3
(Side1)
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inputting 6 digits, the input code number may be incorrect.
Turn the power off and start over in this case.
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D Battery type selection
The battery type must be selected according to the attaching
battery type when tuning the transceiver ON.
➥ While pushing and holding [Emer] and [PTT], rotate [VOL]
to toggle the attaching battery type.
• After the display appears, release [Emer] and [PTT].
• “DRY BATT” is displayed for about 3 sec. then “Lo” (low power
indicator) appears when the battery case operation is selected.
• “LI-ION” is displayed for about 3 sec. when the Lithium-ion battery operation is selected.
• This operation may not be available depending on the pre-setting.
Ask your dealer for details.
BASIC OPERATION
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■ Channel selection
Several types of channel selections are available. Methods
may differ according to your system set up.
NON-ZONE TYPE:
To select the desired operating channel:
•Push [CH Up] or [CH Down].
•Rotate [ROTARY SELECTOR]*.
- Up to pre-programmed 16 channels can be selected.
•Push one of [MR-CH 1] to [MR-CH 4].
ZONE TYPE:
To select the desired zone:
•Push [Zone], then push [CH Up] or [CH Down].
•Push [Zone Up] or [Zone Down].
•Rotate [ROTARY SELECTOR]*.
- Up to pre-programmed 16 zones can be selected.
D Voting operation
The transceiver automatically starts scanning when a zone,
specified for the voting operation, is selected.
The voting scan detects the S-meter of the repeater and
automatically selects the strongest station.
AUTOMATIC SCAN TYPE:
Channel setting is not necessary for this type. When turning
power ON, the transceiver automatically starts scanning.
Scanning stops when receiving a call.
*Depending on the pre-setting.
When [Rotary selector] selects “Operating channel,” [CH Up]/[CH
Down] are not available.
When [Rotary selector] selects “Operating zone,” [Zone]/[Zone Up]/
[Zone Down] are not available.
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■ Call procedure
■ Receiving and transmitting
When your system employs tone signalling (excluding
CTCSS and DTCS), this call procedure may be necessary
prior to voice transmission. The tone signalling employed
may be a selective calling system which allows you to call
specific station(s) only and prevent unwanted stations from
contacting you.
q S elect the desired TX code channel or 2/5-tone code
according to your System Operator’s instructions.
• This may not be necessary depending on programming.
• Refer to pages 14 or 15 for selection.
w Push [Call] (assigned to one of the dealer programmable
keys)
e After transmitting, the remainder of your communication
can be carried out in the normal fashion.
Selective calling
Non-selective calling
NOTE: Transmitting without an antenna may damage the
transceiver. See (p. 1) for accessory attachments.
Receiving:
qRotate [VOL] to turn the power ON.
wPush [CH Up] or [CH Down], or rotate [ROTARY SELECTOR]* to select the conventional system channel, in sequence.
*Depending on the pre-setting.
eWhen receiving a call, adjust the audio output level to a
comfortable listening level.
Transmitting:
Wait for the channel to become clear to avoid interference.
qWhile pushing and holding [PTT], speak into the microphone at a normal voice level.
• When a tone signalling system is used, the call procedure described at the previous page may be necessary.
wRelease [PTT] to return to receive.
IMPORTANT: To maximize the audio quality of your signal;
1. Pause briefly after pushing [PTT].
2. Hold the microphone 5 to 10 cm from your mouth, then
speak into the microphone at a normal voice level.
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D Transmitting notes
•Transmit inhibit function
The transceiver has several inhibit functions which restrict
transmission under the following conditions:
- The channel is in mute condition (‘Inaudible’ condition;
“ ” (Audible indicator) does not appear.)
-The channel is busy.
-Un-matched (or matched) CTCSS is received.
(Depending on the pre-setting.)
-The selected channel is a ‘receive only’ channel.
•Time-out timer
After continuous transmission for the pre-programmed time
period, the time-out timer starts, causing the transceiver to
stop transmitting.
•Penalty timer
Once the time-out timer starts, transmission is further inhibited for a period determined by the penalty timer.
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D TX code channel selection
If the transceiver has [TX Code CH Select] assigned to it,
the indication can be toggled between the operating channel
number (or name) and TX code channel number (or name).
When the TX code channel number (or name) is displayed,
[CH Up] or [CH Down] selects the TX code channel.
USING [TX CODE CH SELECT] KEY:
qPush [TX Code CH Select]— a TX code channel number
(or name) appears.
wPush [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select the desired TX code
channel.
eAfter selecting, push [TX Code CH Select] to set.
• Return to the stand-by mode.
rPush [Call] to transmit the selected TX code.
USING [TX CODE CH UP]/[TX CODE CH DOWN] KEY:
If the transceiver has a [TX Code CH Up] or [TX Code CH
Down] key assignment, the programmed TX code channel
can be selected directly when pushed.
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D TX code number edit (PMR operation only)
If the transceiver has [TX Code CH Select] or [TX Code
Enter] assigned to it, TX code contents can be edited within
the allowable digits.
USING [TX CODE CH SELECT] KEY:
qPush [TX Code CH Select] to enter the TX code channel
selection mode.
• Select the desired operating channel before entering the TX
code channel selection mode if necessary.
wPush [TX Code CH Select] for 1 sec. to enter the TX code
edit mode.
• The digit to be edited blinks.
ePush [TX Code CH Select] to select the desired digit to
be edited.
rPush [CH Up]/[CH Down] to select the desired digit.
tPush [TX Code CH Select] to set. The digit to the right will
blink automatically.
yRepeat r and t to edit all allowable digits.
uAfter editing, push [TX Code CH Select] to set.
• Return to the stand-by mode.
iPush [Call] to transmit.
USING [TX CODE ENTER] KEY:
qAfter pushing [TX Code CH Select], push [CH Up] or [CH
Down],
or push [TX Code CH Up] or [TX Code CH Down] to select the desired TX code channel.
wPush [TX Code Enter] to enter the TX code edit mode.
• The digit to be edited blinks.
ePush [TX Code Enter] to select the desired digit to be edited.
rPush [CH Up]/[CH Down] to select the desired digit.
tPush [TX Code Enter] to set. The digit to the right will
blink automatically.
yRepeat r and t to edit all allowable digits.
uAfter editing, push [TX Code Enter] to set.
• Return to the stand-by mode.
iPush [Call] to transmit.
D DTMF transmission
If the transceiver has [DTMF Autodial] assigned to it, the
automatic DTMF transmission function is available. Up to 8
DTMF channels are available.
qPush [DTMF Autodial]— a DTMF channel appears.
wPush [CH Up] or [CH Down] to select the desired DTMF
channel.
ePush [DTMF Autodial] to transmit the DTMF code.
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■ User set mode
■ Emergency transmission
User set mode is accessed at power ON and allows you to
set seldom-changed settings. You can “customize” the transceiver operation to suit your preferences and operating style.
When [Emergency] is pushed for the specified time period,
an emergency signal is automatically transmitted. (p. 9)
When [Emergency] is pushed for the specified time period,
the DTMF or 5-tone* emergency signal is transmitted once
or repeatedly on the emergency channel. However, when no
emergency channel is specified, the signal is transmitted on
the previously selected channel.
If you want to cancel the emergency call, push and hold the
key again before transmitting the call.
Entering the user set mode:
qWhile pushing and holding [P1] and [P2], rotate [VOL] to
turn the power ON.
• Turn power OFF in advance.
• “SET MODE” appears for 1 sec at power ON.
wPush and hold [P0] to enter user set mode.
ePush [P0] several times to select the appropriate item.
Then push [Side2] or [Side3] to set the desired level/condition.
• Available set mode functions are Backlight, LCD contrast,
Beep, Beep Level, Ringer Level, SQL Level, AF Min Level,
Mic Gain, VOX Gain, VOX Delay, Battery Voltage, Signal
Moni and Lone Worker.
rPush and hold [P0] again to exit set mode.
User set mode is also available using a programmable key.
Please refer to p. 10 [User Set Mode] section for instructions
regarding using the key assigned for user set mode.
OTE: [Side2] or [Side3] and [P0] activate while in the
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user set mode regardless of the assigned key functions.
*Depending on the operating model type.
■ Man Down Emergency Call
This function requires the optional UT-124R man down unit
and can be performed in conventional mode.
The man down emergency call function transmits an emergency call automatically when the transceiver has been left
in a horizontal position.
After the emergency call, the transceiver performs transmission and reception alternately with receiving a signal and
emitting audio.
When the emergency reset signal is received, the function is
cancelled.
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IMPORTANT: Set an emergency channel individually, to
provide certain emergency call operation is recommended.
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BASIC OPERATION
■ Scrambler function
■ Priority A channel selection
The voice scrambler function provides private communication between stations. All versions have a built-in frequency
inversion type scrambler; however, an optional rolling or nonrolling type is available as well.
When one of the following operations is performed, the
transceiver selects the Priority A channel automatically.
q Push [Scrambler] to turn the scrambler function ON.
•“
” (Scrambler indicator) appears.
w P ush [Scrambler] again to turn the scrambler function
OFF.
•“
” (Scrambler indicator) disappears.
■ Stun function
When the specified ID, set as a kill ID, is received, the stun
function is activated.
When the kill ID is received, the transceiver switches to the
password required condition. Entering of the password via
the keypad is necessary to operate the transceiver again in
this case.
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• Turning the power ON
The Priority A channel is selected each time the transceiver power is turned ON.
• Status call
The Priority A channel is selected when transmitting a
status call. (BIIS operation only)
BATTERY CHARGING
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■ Caution
Misuse of Lithium-Ion batteries may result in the
following hazards: smoke, fire, or the battery may
rupture. Misuse can also cause damage to the battery
or degradation of battery performance.
•R
DANGER! Use and charge only specified Icom battery
packs with Icom radios or Icom charger. Only Icom battery
packs are tested and approved for use and charge with
Icom radios or Icom charger. Using third-party or counterfeit battery packs or charger may cause smoke, fire, or
cause the battery to burst.
D Battery caution
•R
DANGER! DO NOT hammer or otherwise impact the
battery. Do not use the battery if it has been severely impacted or dropped, or if the battery has been subjected to
heavy pressure. Battery damage may not be visible on the
outside of the case. Even if the surface of the battery does
not show cracks or any other damage, the cells inside the
battery may rupture or catch fire.
• R DANGER! NEVER use or leave battery packs in areas
with temperatures above +60˚C. High temperature buildup
in the battery, such as could occur near fires or stoves, inside a sun heated car, or in direct sunlight may cause the
battery to rupture or catch fire. Excessive temperatures
may also degrade battery performance or shorten battery
life.
• R DANGER! DO NOT expose the battery to rain, snow,
seawater, or any other liquids. Never charge or use a wet
battery. If the battery gets wet, be sure to wipe it dry before
using. The battery is not waterproof.
• R DANGER! NEVER incinerate used battery packs since
internal battery gas may cause them to rupture, or may
cause an explosion.
• R DANGER! NEVER solder the battery terminals or
NEVER modify the battery pack. This may cause heat generation, and the battery may rupture, emit smoke or catch
fire.
• R DANGER! Use the battery only with the transceiver for
which it is specified. Never use a battery with any other
equipment, or for any purpose that is not specified in this
instruction manual.
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• R DANGER! If fluid from inside the battery gets in your
eyes, blindness can result. Rinse your eyes with clean
water, without rubbing them, and see a doctor immediately.
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BATTERY CHARGING
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ARNING! Immediately stop using the battery if it emits
an abnormal odor, heats up, or is discolored or deformed. If
any of these conditions occur, contact your Icom dealer or
distributor.
• WARNING! Immediately wash, using clean water, any part
of the body that comes into contact with fluid from inside
the battery.
• WARNING! NEVER put the battery in a microwave oven,
high-pressure container, or in an induction heating cooker.
This could cause a fire, overheating, or cause the battery
to rupture.
• C AUTION! Always use the battery within the specified
temperature range for the transceiver (–25˚C to +55˚C)
and the battery itself (–20˚C to +60˚C). Using the battery
out of its specified temperature range will reduce the battery’s performance and battery life. Please note that the
specified temperature range of the battery may exceed that
of the transceiver. In such cases, the transceiver may not
work properly because it is out of its operating temperature
range.
• CAUTION! Shorter battery life could occur if the battery
is left fully charged, completely discharged, or in an excessive temperature environment (above +50˚C) for an
extended period of time. If the battery must be left unused
for a long time, it must be detached from the radio after discharging. You may use the battery until the remaining capacity is about half, then keep it safely in a cool dry place
with the temperature between –20˚C to +20˚C.
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D Charging caution
•R
DANGER! NEVER charge the battery pack in areas with
extremely high temperatures, such as near fires or stoves,
inside a sun heated car, or in direct sunlight. In such environments, the safety/protection circuit in the battery will
activate, causing the battery to stop charging.
• WARNING! NEVER charge or leave the battery in the battery charger beyond the specified time for charging. If the
battery is not completely charged by the specified time,
stop charging and remove the battery from the battery
charger. Continuing to charge the battery beyond the specified time limit may cause a fire, overheating, or the battery
may rupture.
• WARNING! NEVER insert the transceiver (battery attached
to the transceiver) into the charger if it is wet or soiled. This
could corrode the battery charger terminals or damage the
charger. The charger is not waterproof.
• CAUTION! NEVER charge the battery outside of the specified temperature range: BC-160 (0˚C to +40˚C). Icom recommends charging the battery at +20˚C. The battery may
heat up or rupture if charged out of the specified temperature range. Additionally, battery performance or battery life
may be reduced.
BATTERY CHARGING
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■ Optional battery chargers
D Rapid charging with the BC-160
D Regular charging with the BC-171
The following items are additionally required:
• An AC adapter (may be supplied with BC-160 depending
on version) or the DC power cable (OPC-515L/CP-17L).
The following items are additionally required:
• An AC adapter (may be supplied with BC-171 depending
on version) or the DC power cable (OPC-515L/CP-17L).
The optional BC-160 provides rapid charging of the Li-Ion
battery pack. Charging period: Approx. 3 hours (with BP232N)
AC adapter
(Not supplied with
some versions.)
Optional OPC-515L
(for 13.8 V power
source) or CP-17L
(for 12 V cigarette
lighter socket) can
be used instead of
the AC adapter.
Transceiver
Battery Turn power OFF
pack
The optional BC-171 provides regular charging of the Li-Ion
battery pack. Charging period: Approx. 10 hours (with BP232N)
AC adapter
(Not supplied with
some versions.)
Optional OPC-515L
(for 13.8 V power
source) or CP-17L
(for 12 V cigarette
lighter socket) can
be used instead of
the AC adapter.
Transceiver
Battery Turn power OFF
pack
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D AD-106 installation
The AD-106 charger adapter must be installed into the
BC-119N or BC-121N before battery charging.
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onnect the AD-106 charger adapter and the BC119N/BC-121N as below, then install the AD-106 into the
holder space of the BC-119N or BC-121N with the supplied screws.
AD-106
Connectors
D Rapid charging with the BC-119N+AD-106
The optional BC-119N provides rapid charging of the Li-Ion
battery pack. Charging period: Approx. 3 hours (with BP232N)
The following items are additionally required.
• AD-106 charger adapter (purchase separately)
• An AC adapter (may be supplied with BC-119N depending
on version) or the DC power cable (OPC-515L/CP-17L).
Turn power OFF
Transceiver
Screws supplied
with the charger
adapter
AC adapter
(Not supplied
with some
versions.)
Battery
pack
Plugs
* This illustration is described with the BC-119N.
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Optional OPC-515L (for
13.8 V power source) or
CP-17L (for 12 V cigarette
lighter socket) can be used
instead of the AC adapter.
AD-106 charger
adapter is installed
in BC-119N.
BATTERY CHARGING
D Rapid charging with the BC-121N+AD-106
The optional BC-121N allows up to 6 battery packs to be
charged simultaneously. Charging period: Approx. 3 hours
(with BP-232N)
IMPORTANT: Battery charging caution
Ensure the guide lobes on the battery pack are correctly
aligned with the guide rails inside the charger adapter.
(This illustration is described with the BC-160.)
The following items are additionally required.
• Six AD-106 charger adapters (purchase separately)
• An AC adapter (BC-157) or the DC power cable (OPC-656)
Turn power OFF
Transceiver
Battery
pack
AC adapter
(Purchased
separately)
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AD-106 charger
adapters are installed
in each slot.
Lobs
Guide rail
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DC power cable (OPC-656)
(Connect with the DC power supply;
13.8 V/at least 7 A)
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BATTERY CASE
■ Optional battery case (BP-240)
When using the optional battery case attached to the transceiver, install 6 × AAA (LR03) size alkaline batteries as illustrated at right.
Fig.1
w
BP-240
q Unhook the battery cover release hook (q), and open the
cover in the direction of the arrow (w). (Fig.1)
w T hen, install 6 × AAA (LR03) size alkaline batteries.
(Fig.2)
• Install the alkaline batteries only.
• Be sure to observe the correct polarity.
• Do not pin the ribbon under the batteries.
q
Fig.2
e Fit the cover in the direction of the arrow (e), then close
(r). And hook the battery cover release hook until it
makes a ‘click’ sound (t). (Fig.3)
CAUTION!
• W hen installing batteries, make sure they are all the
same brand, type and capacity. Also, do not mix new
and old batteries together.
• Keep battery contacts clean. It’s a good idea to clean
battery terminals once a week.
• Never incinerate used battery cells since internal battery
gas may cause them to rupture.
• Never expose a detached battery case to water. If the battery case gets wet, be sure to wipe it dry before using it.
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OTE: When the optional battery case is attached, the
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battery type must be selected to “DRY BATT” when turning the transceiver ON. (p. 11)
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Fig.3
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t
SWIVEL BELT CLIP
■ MB-93 contents
Qty.
q Belt clip.............................................................................1
w Base clip...........................................................................1
q
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eC lip the belt clip to a part of your belt. And insert the
transceiver into the belt clip until the base clip inserted
fully into the groove.
w
■ To attach
rOnce the transceiver is locked in place, it swivels as illustrated below.
qRelease the battery pack if it is attached. (p. 2)
wSlide the base clip in the direction of the arrow until the
base clip is locked and makes a ‘click’ sound.
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it will swivel 360 degrees.
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SWIVEL BELT CLIP
■ To detach
qTurn the transceiver upside down in the direction of the
arrow and pull out from the belt clip.
wRelease the battery pack if it is attached. (p. 2)
ePinch the clip (q), and slide the base clip in the direction
of the arrow (w).
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CAUTION!
HOLD THE TRANSCEIVER TIGHTLY, WHEN HANGING
OR DETACHING THE TRANSCEIVER FROM THE BELT
CLIP.
Otherwise the transceiver may not be attached to the
holder or swivel properly if the transceiver is accidentally
dropped and the base clip is scratched or damaged.
SPEAKER MICROPHONE
■ Optional HM-169/170GP
description
TOP KEY
(for HM-170GP only)
Desired functions can
be programmed by
your dealer.
PTT SWITCH
Push and hold to
transmit;
release to receive.
GPS ANTENNA
(for HM-170GP only)
Microphone
Speaker
Belt clip
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■ To attach
Attach the connector of the speaker-microphone into the
multi connector on the transceiver and tighten the screw.
CAUTION: Attach the
multi connector snugly, but
do not overtighten.
A loose connection will allow water intrusion into the
connector; an overtightened connector will damage the connector pins in
the transceiver.
Turn the transceiver power
OFF while connecting the
HM-169/170GP.
This illustration is desicribed with HM-170GP.
NEVER immerse the connector in water. If the connector
becomes wet, be sure to dry it BEFORE attaching it to the
transceiver.
NOTE: The microphone is located at the top of the
speaker-microphone, as shown in the diagram above. To
maximize the readability of your transmitted signal (voice),
hold the microphone approx. 5 to 10 cm from your mouth,
and speak in a normal voice level.
IMPORTANT: KEEP the connector cover attached to the
transceiver when the speaker-microphone is not in use.
(p. 3)
Water will not get into the transceiver even if the cover is
not attached, however, the terminals (pins) will become
rusty, or the transceiver will function abnormally if the
connector becomes wet.
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OPTIONS
D BATTERY PACKS
Battery pack
Voltage
Capacity
Battery life*1
BP-230N
7.4 V
980 mAh
7.35 hrs.
BP-232N
7.4 V
2000 mAh
14 hrs.
BP-240
Battery case for AAA
(LR03) × 6 alkaline
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* When the power save function is turned ON, and the operating periods are calculated under the following conditions;
TX : RX : standby = 5 : 5 : 90
*2 Operating period depends on the alkaline cells used.
D CHARGERS
• BC-119N desktop charger + AD-106 charger adapter
+ BC-145 ac adapter
For rapid charging of battery pack. An AC adapter is supplied with the charger depending on versions.
Charging time: approx. 3 hours when BP-232N is attached.
• BC-121N multi-charger + AD-106 charger adapter (6 pcs.)
+ BC-157 ac adapter
For rapid charging of up to 6 battery packs (six AD-106s
are required) simultaneously. An AC adapter should be
purchased separately.
Charging time: approx. 3 hours when BP-232N is attached.
• BC-160 desktop charger + BC-145 ac adapter
For rapid charging of battery pack. An AC adapter is supplied with the charger depending on versions.
Charging time: approx. 3 hours when BP-232N is attached.
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• BC-171 desktop charger + BC-147 ac adapter
For regular charging of battery packs. We recommend that
the BP-230N charging. An AC adapter is supplied with the
charger depending on versions.
Charging time: a
pprox. 10 hours when BP-232N is attached.
approx. 4 hours when BP-230N is attached.
D BELT CLIPS
• MB-93 swivel belt clip
• MB-94 belt clip
Exclusive alligator-type belt clip.
• MB-96N/96F leather belt hanger
D OPTIONAL UNITS
• UT-96R 2/5 tone unit
• UT-109R /UT-110R scrambler units
Non-rolling type (UT-109R)/Rolling type (UT-110R) voice
scrambler unit provides higher communication security.
• UT-126H digital modulator/demodulator unit
Provides 6.25 kHz digital mode operation.
• UT-124R man down unit
Provides a measure of safety when working in a hazardous
environment, etc.
OPTIONS
D DC CABLES
• CP-17L cigarette lighter cable
Allows charging of the battery pack through a 12 V cigarette lighter socket. (For BC-119N)
• OPC-515L/OPC-656 dc power cables
Allows charging of the battery pack using a 13.8 V power
source instead of the AC adapter.
OPC-515L: For BC-119N
OPC-656 : For BC-121N
D OTHER OPTIONS
• SP-13 earphone
Provides clear receive audio in noisy environment.
• AD-52 earphone adapter
Provides clear receive audio in noisy environment.
• HM-131SC/HM-159SC speaker-microphone
Combination speaker-microphone that provides convenient
operation while hanging the transceiver from your belt.
• HM-169 speaker-microphone
Rugged type speaker-microphone.
• HM-170GP speaker-microphone
GPS speaker-microphone for BIIS mode operation.
• HS-94/HS-95/HS-97 headset + VS-1SC vox/ptt case
HS-94: Ear-hook type
HS-95: Neck-arm type
HS-97: Throat microphone
VS-1SC: VOX/PTT switch box for hands-free operation, etc.
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D ANTENNAS
• FA-SC56VS/FA-SC57VS/FA-SC73US stubby antennas
Shorter VHF or UHF antennas.
FA-SC56VS: Frequency range 150–162 MHz
FA-SC57VS: Frequency range 160–174 MHz
FA-SC73US: Frequency range 450–490 MHz
• FA-SC25V/FA-SC55V/
FA-SC25U/FA-SC57U/FA-SC72U flexible antennas
VHF or UHF antennas.
FA-SC25V: Frequency range 136–150 MHz
FA-SC55V: Frequency range 150–174 MHz
FA-SC25U: Frequency range 400–430 MHz
FA-SC57U: Frequency range 430–470 MHz
FA-SC72U: Frequency range 470–520 MHz
• FA-SC61VC/FA-SC61UC cut antennas
FA-SC61VC: 136–174 MHz
FA-SC61UC: 380–520 MHz
Some options may not available in some countries. Please ask your
dealer for details.
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D About VS-1SC vox/ptt case
The VS-1SC is a VOX/PTT unit for Icom handheld transceivers, and allows you hands-free operation.
An optional headset (HS-94, etc.) is required for operation.
VOX gain and delay adjustment
q Attach the connector of the VS-1SC into the multi-connector on the transceiver and tighten the screw.
• T he VOX (Voice Operated Transmission) function starts transmission without pushing PTT switch when you speak into the
microphone; then, automatically returns to receive when you stop
speaking.
Features
➥ 9-pin Spring-plug type head SP/MIC plug is equipped
➥ Water resistant construction
➥ Durable construction
➥ Equipped with a PTT switch and revolving clip
MIC/VOX gain
adjusting pot
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• Toggle the VOX/PTT select switch to [VOX].
w Enter user set mode. (p. 16)
e Push [P0] several times to select the “VOX Gain” or “VOX
Delay” items. Then, push [Side2] or [Side3] to set the desired level/condition.
r Rotate [VOL] to turn the power OFF to exit user set mode.
• VOX Gain
The VOX sensitivity level can be adjusted from OFF or 1 to 6
(more sensitive).
VS-1SC
PTT switch
VOX OFF
[Side2]
Push
[Side3]
VOX GAIN 3
Water protection cover
SET TXCU TXC CALA
SET TXCU TXC CALA
VOX/PTT select switch
VOX function is OFF
VOX gain level 3
(default)
SET
X
TXC
SET
X
TXC
OPTIONS
• VOX Delay
The VOX delay time can be set from 0.5 to 3.0 sec. (0.5 sec.
step) for a convenient interval before returning to receive.
VOX DLY0.5
[Side2]
Push
[Side3]
VOX DLY3.0
SET TXCU TXC CALA
SET TXCU TXC CALA
0.5 sec (min.)
(default)
3.0 sec (max.)
OTE: MIC/VOX gain can be adjusted via the Adjusting
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pot using a thin screw driver.
SET
X
TXC
SET
X
TXC
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DOC
CE versions of the IC-F3162T/S and IC-F4162T/S
which display the “CE” symbol on the serial number seal, comply with the essential requirements
of the European Radio and Telecommunication
Terminal Directive 1999/5/EC.
We Icom Inc. Japan
1-1-32, Kamiminami, Hirano-ku
Osaka 547-0003, Japan
Declare on our sole responsibility that this equipment complies with the
essential requirements of the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal
Equipment Directive, 1999/5/EC, and that any applicable Essential Test
Suite measurements have been performed.
Kind of equipment:
VHF TRANSCEIVER
Type-designation:
iC-f3162t/f3162s
Version (where applicable):
136–174 MHz 6.25 kHz/12.5 kHz/25 kHz
136–174 MHz 6.25 kHz/12.5 kHz/20 kHz
This compliance is based on conformity with the following harmonised
standards, specifications or documents:
i) EN 60950-1 2001
ii) EN 301 489-1 v1.4.1 (August 2002)
iii) EN 301 489-5 v1.3.1 (August 2002)
iv) EN 300 086-2 v1.1.1 (March 2001)
v) EN 300 219-2 v1.1.1 (March 2001)
vi) EN 300 113-2 v1.3.1 (December 2003)
vii) EN 301 166-2 v1.1.1 (December 2001)
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0168
Düsseldorf 22nd Feb. 2008
Place and date of issue
Authorized representative name
Y. Furukawa
General Manager
Signature
This warning symbol indicates that this equipment
operates in non-harmonised frequency bands
and/or may be subject to licensing conditions in
the country of use. Be sure to check that you have
the correct version of this radio or the correct programming of this radio, to comply with national licensing requirement.
We Icom Inc. Japan
1-1-32, Kamiminami, Hirano-ku
Osaka 547-0003, Japan
Declare on our sole responsibility that this equipment complies with the
essential requirements of the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal
Equipment Directive, 1999/5/EC, and that any applicable Essential Test
Suite measurements have been performed.
Kind of equipment:
UHF TRANSCEIVER
Type-designation:
iC-f4162t/f4162s
Version (where applicable):
400–470 MHz 6.25 kHz/12.5 kHz/25 kHz
400–470 MHz 6.25 kHz/12.5 kHz/20 kHz
This compliance is based on conformity with the following harmonised
standards, specifications or documents:
i) EN 60950-1 2001
ii) EN 301 489-1 v1.4.1 (August 2002)
iii) EN 301 489-5 v1.3.1 (August 2002)
iv) EN 300 086-2 v.1.1.1 (March 2001)
v) EN 300 219-2 v.1.1.1 (March 2001)
vi) EN 300 113-2 v.1.3.1 (December 2003)
vii) EN 301 166-2 v.1.1.1 (December 2001)
0168
Düsseldorf 6th Feb. 2008
Place and date of issue
Authorized representative name
Y. Furukawa
General Manager
Signature
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