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Icom IC-7200 Installation Manual

Icom usb driver installation guide.

 
Thank you for using the Icom Download Service.
Please read this installation guide before installing the USB driver into your PC that is connected to the IC-7200
with the USB (Universal Serial Bus) cable (third party).
OVERVIEW
When the transceiver is connected to a PC with the
USB cable, the following operations can be performed;
• Remote control operation (CI-V: Icom Communica-
tion Interface-V) by the PC.
• Modulation input from the PC.
• Received audio output to the PC.
USB cable
(third party)
Transceiver
NOTE:
• PC software (third party) may be required. (p. 18)
• The CT-17
-
ci
v level converter
mote control operation (CI-V) when the USB cable
is not used. See p. 88 in the IC-7200 instruction
manual for details.
• The transceiver connection may not be recog-
nized by the PC because of the USB cable length.
Using the shorter USB cable as possible is rec-
ommended.
USB DRIVER
INSTALLATION GUIDE
System requirements
The PC which supports the following OS (Operating
System) is required;
• Microsoft
• Microsoft
• Microsoft
PC
is required for re-
Item requirements
• USB cable (A-B type/third party)
• PC (with USB 1.1 or 2.0)
• Installed audio player
• PC software (third party)
- See p. 18 for details.
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Windows Vista™
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Windows
XP
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Windows
2000
NOTE:
• The USB driver is not supported for Microsoft
®
Windows
XP (64 bit).
• Icom is not responsible for whole performance of
the PC that supports above OS.
• In this installation guide, the above OS are de-
scribed as "Windows Vista," "Windows XP" and
"Windows 2000."
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Summary of Contents

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    Thank you for using the Icom Download Service. Please read this installation guide before installing the USB driver into your PC that is connected to the IC-7200 with the USB (Universal Serial Bus) cable (third party). OVERVIEW When the transceiver is connected to a PC with the USB cable, the following operations can be performed;...

  • Page 2

    • USB driver on the supplied CD The file that is included on the supplied CD with the IC-PCR1500/IC-PCR500 is the same as the download file from Icom HP. So, the USB driver in- stallation can also be performed with the supplied • USB driver uninstallation...

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    Icom HP gives the USB driver download service. Before installing the USB driver, download the follow- ing compressed file. • USB driver (File name: 7200UsbDrv_v100.zip) Icom is not responsible for any damage or lack of data resulting from the use of the USB driver.

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    DRIVER INSTALLATION Windows Vista NOTE: • NEVER connect the transceiver to the PC with the USB cable (third party) until the USB driver installation has been completed. • The USB driver for Windows Vista does not support the automatic recognition system. The displayed dialogue boxes, indications or oper- ations may differ slightly from the following instruc- tions according to your system conditions or envi-...

  • Page 5

    DRIVER INSTALLATION Windows Vista (Continued) o After restarting the PC, connect the transceiver to the PC with the USB cable (third party) as shown below. • Be sure to connect the USB cable correctly and not up- side down. To USB jack Type B USB cable (third party)

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    DRIVER INSTALLATION (Continued) Windows XP NOTE: BE SURE to connect the transceiver to the PC with the USB cable (third party) before installing the USB driver. The displayed dialogue boxes, indications or oper- ations may differ slightly from the following instruc- tions according to your system conditions or envi- ronment.

  • Page 7

    DRIVER INSTALLATION Windows XP (Continued) i Select the “Win” folder, then click [OK]. • The folder construction: “7200UsbDrv_v100” ➞ “Driver” ➞ “Win” Select Click o Click [Next>]. !0 The Wizard starts searching for the driver and shows the dialogue below during search. !1 After the driver is found, the “Hardware Installation”...

  • Page 8

    DRIVER INSTALLATION Windows XP (Continued) !6 Select “Install from a list or specific location (Advanced),” then click [Next>]. Select !7 Select “Search for the best driver in these locations.” then select “Include this location in the search:”, and click [Browse]. Select Select !8 Select the “Win”...

  • Page 9

    DRIVER INSTALLATION (Continued) Windows 2000 NOTE: BE SURE to connect the transceiver to the PC with the USB cable (third party) before installing the USB driver. The displayed dialogue boxes, indications or oper- ations may differ slightly from the following instruc- tions according to your system conditions or envi- ronment.

  • Page 10

    DRIVER INSTALLATION Windows 2000 (Continued) o Select “slabbus.inf” in the “Win” folder, then click [Open]. • The folder construction: “7200UsbDrv_v100” ➞ “Driver” ➞ “Win” Select “slabbus.inf” !0 Click [OK]. !1 When the driver is found, the following dialogue is displayed. Click [Next>] to start the installation.

  • Page 11

    DRIVER INSTALLATION Windows 2000 (Continued) !6 Click [Browse...]. !7 Select “slabw2k.inf” in the “Win” folder, then click [Open]. • The folder construction: “7200UsbDrv_v100” ➞ “Driver” ➞ “Win” Select “slabw2k.inf” !8 Click [OK]. !9 When the driver is found, the following dialogue is displayed.

  • Page 12

    COM PORT CONFIRMATION After the driver installation is completed, confirming the driver availability and the port number is recommended. Windows Vista q Start up Windows. w Right click “Computer,” then select “Properties.” • “Computer” is available in <Start> menu. e “System” screen appears as below. Click [Device Manager].

  • Page 13

    DRIVER UNINSTALLATION The displayed dialogue boxes or indications may differ slightly from the following instructions according to your system conditions, or environment. Windows Vista q Start up Windows. w Select the “Control Panel” in the Start menu. • The control panel appears as shown in the next step below.

  • Page 14

    When the transceiver is connected to a PC with the USB cable (third party), remote control operation can be per- formed with the CI-V command. The IC-7200 has the USB-Serial convert function, so the PC recognizes the connected transceiver as COM port and the CI-V control software can be used.

  • Page 15

    FOR YOUR REFERENCE COM Port setting (Continued) Windows XP For Windows 2000: Refer to the following instructions because the operations of Windows 2000 are similar to Windows q Start up Windows. w Right click “My Computer,” then select “Properties.” • “My Computer” is available in <Start> menu. e “System Properties”...

  • Page 16

    The set mode item ‘Modulation input (Data OFF)’ or ‘Modulation input (Data ON)’ must be set as “U” (USB) for modulation input from the PC. See p. 17 on this installation guide or p. 77 on the IC-7200 instruction manual for details of settings. [Received audio output to the PC] The received audio output format The received audio output format from the USB jack is listed as below.

  • Page 17

    FOR YOUR REFERENCE About audio (Continued) The modulation input settings To input the audio signal from the USB jack of the transceiver, set the modulation input connector as “USB” in the set mode item ‘Modulation input (Data OFF)’ or ‘Modulation input (Data ON)’, or CI-V system (command). •...

  • Page 18

    FOR YOUR REFERENCE About audio (Continued) USB level setting Set the input modulation level of the USB jack in the set mode item ‘USB Level’ or CI-V system (command). <Set mode> M-CH/RIT q Push and hold for 1 sec. twice to enter the set mode.

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    : 300/1200/4800/9600/19200 bps : 16-bit : 8/11.025/16/22.05/32/44.1/48 kHz : Monaural (Stereo: The same audio signals are output from both L/R.) : 16-bit : 32/44.1/48 kHz : Monaural (Stereo: The audio signal from L is input.) A-6668-3EX © 2008 Icom Inc.

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