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Icom IC-V82 Instruction Manual

Icom america vhf transceiver, vhf transceiver instructions manual.

 
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
VHF TRANSCEIVER
iV82
UHF TRANSCEIVER
iU82
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is sub-
ject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
IC-U82

Summary of Contents

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    This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is sub- ject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. IC-V82 IC-U82...

  • Page 2

    We want to take a couple of moments of your time to thank you for making your IC-V82/U82 your radio of choice, and hope you agree with Icom’s philosophy of “technology first.” Many hours of research and development went into the de- sign of your IC-V82/U82.

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    (Ni-Cd: BP-222N, BP-209N, Ni-MH: BP-210N, Li-Ion: BP-211N) will become exhausted. For USA only: Caution: Changes or modifications to this transceiver, not ex- pressly approved by Icom Inc., could void your authority to operate this transceiver under FCC regulations.

  • Page 4

    Battery charger*......1 set *Not supplied with some versions. for IC-V82 for IC-U82...

  • Page 5

    • ALWAYS keep the antenna at least 2.5 cm (1 inch) away from the body when transmitting, and only use the Icom belt-clips which are listed in this manual when attaching the radio to your belt, etc. To provide the recipients of your...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD ... i IMPORTANT... i EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS... i PRECAUTIONS... ii SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ... iii SAFETY TRAINING INFORMATION... iv TABLE OF CONTENTS ... v–vi QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE ... I–V ■ Preparation... I ■ Your first contact... III ■ Repeater operation ... IV ■...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    12 OTHER FUNCTIONS ... 59–70 ■ SET MODE... 59 ■ INITIAL SET MODE ... 63 ■ Weather channel operation (IC-V82 [USA]/[CSA] versions only) ... 69 ■ CPU reset... 70 ■ Partial reset ... 70 13 CLONING ... 71–72 ■ Transceiver-to-transceiver cloning ... 71 ■...

  • Page 8

    QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE ■ Preparation D Battery pack replacement Before replacing the battery pack, push and hold [PWR] for 1 sec. to turn the power OFF. • Slide the battery release forward, then pull the battery pack upward with the transceiver facing away from you. D Battery case—...

  • Page 9

    D About AD-99N The adapter (Spacer A) only is required for the IC-V82/U82 series. When removing the spacer (Spacer B/C), push the latch carefully with your finger to remove the spacer (Spacer B/C) from the adapter (Spacer A). Remove the spacer (Spacer B/C) from the adapter.

  • Page 10

    QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE ■ Your first contact Now that you have your IC-V82/U82 ready, you are excited to get on the air. We would like to walk you through a few basic operational steps to make your first “On The Air” use an enjoyable experience.

  • Page 11

    Direct frequency input from the key- pad is also available. ➥ To enter the desired frequency, enter 6 digits starting from the 100 MHz digit. • Entering three* to five digits then pushing [✱• ] will also set the frequency. (*Some versions only re- quires two digits.) •...

  • Page 12

    QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE ■ Programming memory channels The IC-V82/U82 has a total of 207 memory channels (includ- ing 6 scan edges and 1 call channel) for storing often used operating frequency, repeater settings, etc. 1. Setting frequency In VFO mode, set the desired operating frequency with other desired settings, such as repeater and subaudible tone.

  • Page 13: Accessory Attachment

    ■ Accessory attachment D Antenna Attach the antenna to the transceiver as illustrated below. Keep the [SP/MIC] cap (SP/MIC jack cover) attached when jacks are not in use to keep the contacts clean. [SP/MIC] cap ACCESSORIES Attach the [SP/MIC] cap.

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    ACCESSORIES D Belt clip Conveniently attaches to your belt. Attach the belt clip with the supplied screws using a phillips screwdriver. To attach the belt clip D Handstrap (Not supplied) Slide the hand strap through the loop on the top of the rear panel as illustrated below.

  • Page 15: Switches, Controls, Keys And Connectors

    ■ Switches, controls, keys and connectors MONI FUNC CALL TONE P.BEEP T.SCAN BANK SCAN SKIP PRIO H/M/L PANEL DESCRIPTION q CONTROL DIAL [VOL] *Rotate to adjust the volume level. w PTT SWITCH [PTT] Push and hold to transmit; release to receive. e UP/DOWN KEYS [Y Y ]/[Z Z ] *Selects the operating frequency.

  • Page 16

    PANEL DESCRIPTION !0 [DATA] JACK Connect to a PC or GPS receiver via the RS-232 cable (D- sub 9 pin) for data communication in the RS-232 format. to [DATA] jack 2.5(d) mm Less than 10(d) mm When making the connection between your transceiver and PC or other device, ensure that the correct connections are made otherwise data communications may fail.

  • Page 17

    [3• SCAN ➥ Input digit “3” during frequency input, memory T.SCAN channel selection, etc. (pgs. 13, 21) ➥ After pushing [A• ], starts tone scanning. FUNC (pgs. 19, 37) [4• ➥ Input digit “4” during frequency input, memory channel selection, etc. (pgs. 13, 21) ➥...

  • Page 18: Function Display

    PANEL DESCRIPTION ■ Function display q FUNCTION INDICATOR Appears while a secondary function is being accessed. w KEY LOCK INDICATOR (p. 16) Appears when the key lock function is ON. e AUTO POWER OFF INDICATOR (p. 64) Appears while the auto power OFF function is activated. r DUPLEX INDICATOR (p.

  • Page 19

    ❍ While in the digital (DV) mode operation with an optional UT-118 installed. DIGITAL UNIT ➥ “ ” appears while the digital code (CSQL) squelch function is in use. (p. 49) ➥ “ ” appears while the call sign (DSQL) squelch func- tion is in use.

  • Page 20: Battery Pack Replacement

    Tx : Rx : standby =1 : 1 : 8, power save function: auto setting is activated Operating period depends on the alkaline cells used. Battery life* IC-V82 IC-U82 —* 1100 mAh 3 hrs. 20 min. 3 hrs. 40 min.

  • Page 21: Battery Caution, Charging Note

    ■ Battery caution RDANGER! Use/Charge the specified Icom batteries only. Only tested and approved for use with genuine Icom bat- teries. Fire and/or explosion may occur when a third party battery pack or counterfeit product is used/charged. CAUTION! NEVER •...

  • Page 22: Battery Charging

    BP-209N, BP-222N (Ni-Cd batteries) D About AD-99N The adapter (Spacer A) only is required for IC-V82/U82 se- ries. When removing the spacer (Spacer B/C), push the latch carefully with your finger to remove the spacer (Spacer B/C) from the adapter (Spacer A).

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    D Rapid charging with the BC-144N The optional BC-144N provides rapid charging of optional battery packs. The following are additionally required: • An AC adapter (may be supplied with the BC-144N depending on version). Turn power OFF. • Chargeable battery BP-210N (Ni-MH battery) BP-209N, BP-222N (Ni-Cd batteries) D Rapid charging with the BC-119N+AD-101...

  • Page 24: Battery Case (optional For Some Versions)

    BATTERY PACKS D Rapid charging with the BC-121N+AD-101 The optional BC-121N allows up to 6 battery packs to be charged simultaneously. The following items are additionally required. • Six AD-101 (Charger Adapter). • An AC adapter (BC-124; may be supplied with the BC-121N de- pending on version) or the DC power cable (OPC-656).

  • Page 25: Power On, Vfo Mode Selection, Setting A Frequency

    ■ Power ON ➥ Push and hold [PWR] for 1 sec. to turn power ON. ■ VFO mode selection The transceiver has 2 basic oper- ating modes: VFO mode and memory mode. ➥ Push [D• to select VFO mode. BASIC OPERATION ■...

  • Page 26

    • Each push increases/decreases the frequency by the selected tuning step. See next set of instructions for setting tuning step size. D Tuning step selection The IC-V82/U82 has 8 tuning steps— 5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 50 kHz. The tuning step is selec- table in SET MODE qPush [A•...

  • Page 27: Setting Audio/squelch Level, Receive And Transmit

    ■ Setting audio/squelch level D To set the audio level Rotate [VOL] to set the desired audio level while receiving a sig- nal. • When no signal is received, push and hold [MONI] while setting the audio level. • When [VOL] is assigned as tuning dial, push [Y Y ]/[Z Z ] to adjust the audio output level.

  • Page 28: Display Type, Key Lock Function

    BASIC OPERATION ■ Display type The transceiver has 3 display types to suit your operating style during memory mode operation. The display type is selected in (p. 65). INITIAL SET MODE “Frequency Indication” type Displays operating frequency. “Channel Number Indication” type Displays memory channel number.

  • Page 29: General, Reversed Duplex Mode

    When the reversed duplex mode is selected, the receive fre- quency shifts. (Transmit frequency shifts in normal duplex mode.) Each receive and transmit frequency is shown in the table below with the following conditions; IC-V82 Input frequency : 145.30 MHz Direction : – (negative) Offset frequency : 0.6 MHz...

  • Page 30: Offset Frequency, Subaudible Tones

    REPEATER OPERATION ■ Offset frequency When communicating through a repeater, the transmit fre- quency is shifted from the receive frequency by an amount determined by the offset frequency. q Push [A• ], then push [8• FUNC wPush [Y Y ] or [Z Z ] several times until “±” and offset frequency appear.

  • Page 31: Repeater Lockout

    D D Tone information Some repeaters require different tone system to be accessed. DTMF TONES While pushing [PTT], push the desired DTMF keys (0–9, [A• ], [B• ], [C• ], [D• FUNC CALL ]) to transmit DTMF tones. [✱• • [✱• ] transmits tone “E,”...

  • Page 32

    REPEATER OPERATION ■ Auto repeater function The USA/CSA versions automatically activate the repeater settings (duplex ON/OFF, duplex direction, tone encoder ON/OFF) when the operating frequency falls within or outside of the general repeater output frequency range. The offset and repeater tone frequencies are not changed by the auto repeater function.

  • Page 33: General Description, Selecting A Memory Channel, Selecting The Call Channel

    ■ General description The transceiver has 207 memory channels including 6 scan edge memory channels (3 pairs), and 1 call channel. Each of these channels can be individually programmed with op- erating frequency (pgs. 13, 14), duplex direction (p. 17) and offset (p.

  • Page 34: Programming The Memory/call Channels

    MEMORY/CALL OPERATION ■ Programming the memory/call channels qPush [D• ] to select VFO mode, if necessary. w Set the desired frequency. eSet other information, such as tone, duplex, as desired. rPush [A• ], then [C• ] momentarily. FUNC • “ X ” and memory channel number blink. MONI FUNC FUNC...

  • Page 35: Channel Name Programming, Memory Transfers

    ■ Channel name programming qSelect a “Channel Name Indication” type in (p. 65). MODE wPush [C• ] to select memory mode, if necessary. ePush [A• ], then push [8• FUNC to enter into the channel name programming mode. • The character to be edited blinks. rRotate [VOL] to select a charac- ter.

  • Page 36

    MEMORY/CALL OPERATION D Memory/call ➾ memory/call qSelect the memory (call) channel to be transferred: ➥ Push [C• ] (or [B• CALL select the memory (call) mode. ➥ Push [Y Y ] or [Z Z ] to select the memory channel. •...

  • Page 37: Memory Bank Selection, Memory Bank Setting

    ■ Memory bank selection The IC-V82/U82 has a total of 10 banks (A to J). Each mem- ory channel, 0 to 199, may be assigned to one of the banks for easy memory management. q Push [C• ] to select memory mode.

  • Page 38: Transferring Bank Contents

    MEMORY/CALL OPERATION ■ Transferring bank contents Contents of programmed memory banks can be cleared or transferred to another bank. INFORMATION: Even if the memory bank contents are cleared, the memory channel contents still remain pro- grammed. q Select the desired bank contents to be transferred or erased. ➥...

  • Page 39: Programming A Dtmf Code Sequence

    ■ Programming a DTMF code sequence The transceiver has 16 DTMF memory channels (d0 to dF) for storage of often-used DTMF code sequence of up to 24 digits. DTMF memories are used to store phone numbers or control codes. q Push [A• ], then push [0•...

  • Page 40: Transmitting A Dtmf Code Sequence

    DTMF MEMORY • DTMF memory indication The DTMF memory consists of 5 pages that are 1st to 5th, 6th to 10th, 11th to 15th, 16th to 20th and 21st to 24th dig- its. • 1st page • 2nd page indication indication •...

  • Page 41: Dtmf Transmission Rate

    D Manual DTMF code transmission While pushing [PTT], push digit keys, [A• ] and [✱• [C• ], [D• ], [#• BANK code sequence manually. • [✱• ] transmits tone “E”, [#• ] transmits tone “F.” BANK FUNC CALL TONE P.BEEP T.SCAN SCAN SKIP...

  • Page 42: Scan Types, Programmed Scan

    SCAN OPERATION ■ Scan types PROGRAMMED SCAN Start Band Scan edges edge Scan Jump Programmed scan P1 scans between 1A and 1b, P2 scans be- tween 2A and 2b, and P3 scans between 3A and 3b frequencies. MEMORY (SKIP) SCAN Mch 1 Mch 2 Mch 3...

  • Page 43: Memory Scan

    NOTE: Scan edges, 1A–3A/1b–3b, must be programmed in advance. Program them in the same manner as regular memory channels. (p. 22) If identical frequencies are programmed into the scan edges, programmed scan will not proceed. MONI FUNC CALL TONE P.BEEP T.SCAN BANK SCAN...

  • Page 44: Skip Channels, Priority Watch

    SCAN OPERATION ■ Skip channels In order to speed up the scan rate, you can select memory channels you don’t wish to scan as skip channels. q Push [C• ] to select memory mode, if necessary. • “ X ” appears. w Select a memory channel to set as a skip channel.

  • Page 45: Scan Resume Condition

    D Memory scan watch While operating on a VFO frequency, memory scan watch monitors for signals in each memory channel in sequence, every 5 sec. q Push [C• ] to select memory mode, if necessary. • “X” appears. wPush [A• ], then push [5•...

  • Page 46: Tone Squelch

    SUBAUDIBLE TONES ■ Tone squelch D Operation The tone squelch opens only when receiving a signal con- taining a matching subaudible tone. You can wait for calls from group members using the same tone and not hear other signals. q Set the operating frequency. •...

  • Page 47

    D Setting subaudible tones for tone squelch operation Separate tone frequencies can be select for tone squelch op- eration rather than repeater operation (the same range of tones is available— see right below). Like the repeater tones, these are set in SET MODE q Select VFO or memory channel.

  • Page 48: Pocket Beep Operation

    SUBAUDIBLE TONES ■ Pocket beep operation This function listens for subaudible tones and can be used as a “common pager” to inform you that someone has called when you were away from the transceiver. D Waiting for a call from a specific station q Set the operating frequency.

  • Page 49: Tone Scan

    ■ Tone scan By monitoring a signal on a repeater, or using pocket beep or tone squelch function, you can determine the tone frequency necessary to access a repeater or open the squelch. q Set the frequency to be checked for a tone frequency or code.

  • Page 50: Pager Function, Code Programming

    PAGER/CODE SQUELCH ■ Pager function This function uses DTMF codes for paging and can be used as a “message pager” to confirm you of a caller’s identification even when you leave the transceiver temporarily unattended. Pager selective code (push [PTT]) Answer back (manual) Set both transceivers to either code squelch or non-coded operation...

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    D D Code programming Your ID code MUST be programmed into code channel C0. Up to 6 transmit codes (codes that you transmit) are pro- grammable into code channels, C1 to C6, if required. q Push [A• ], then push [0• ] to enter FUNC MODE...

  • Page 52: Pager Operation

    PAGER/CODE SQUELCH ■ Pager operation D Calling a specific station q Program the code channel in advance (p. 39). w Set the operating frequency. • Set the volume and squelch to the desired level as in normal op- eration. e Push [A• ], then push [0•...

  • Page 53: Code Squelch

    [PTT] to receive). t To cancel the code squelch, push [A• then rotate [VOL] to select “dtm.OF.” • 100 MHz digit shows “1” for IC-V82 or “4” for IC-U82 when the function is cancelled. ] and [0• FUNC...

  • Page 54: Digital Mode Operation, Call Sign Programming

    DIGITAL MODE OPERATION ■ Digital mode operation The IC-V82/U82 with optional UT-118 erated for digital voice mode and low-speed data operation for both transmit and receive. It can also be connected to a GPS receiver (compatible with an RS-232 output/NMEA for- mat/4800 bps) and transmit/receive position data.

  • Page 55

    D D Your call sign note programming You can add information to your own call sign such as oper- ating radio type or area. Call sign notes are coupled with the same channel number of your own call signs, and they are transmitted or indicated after your own call signs.

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    DIGITAL MODE OPERATION D D Station call sign programming Station call sign must be programmed for the specified sta- tion call as well as repeater operation in both digital voice and low-speed data communications. q Push [A• ] and [0• ] to enter FUNC push [Y Y ] or [Z Z ] several times to select the call sign select...

  • Page 57: Digital Voice Mode Operation

    ■ Digital voice mode operation q Set the desired frequency in VFO mode. (pgs. 13, 14) • Select output power, if desired. (p. 15) w Push [A• ] then [0• ] to enter FUNC then push [Y Y ] or [Z Z ] several times to select the digital se- lect mode.

  • Page 58: When Receiving A Digital Call

    DIGITAL MODE OPERATION D D When calling the desired station (continued from p. 45 step t) y Select the desired station call sign. - Push [Y Y ] or [Z Z ] several times to select the call sign select mode.

  • Page 59: Break-in Communication

    D D To store a received call q Push [A• ] and [0• ] to enter OPTION SET MODE FUNC push [Y Y ] or [Z Z ] several times to select the call sign select mode. • “yUC” appears for station call sign. •...

  • Page 60: Emr Communication, Pocket Beep Operation

    DIGITAL MODE OPERATION ■ EMR communication The EMR communication mode is available for digital mode operation. In the EMR communication mode, no call sign set- ting is necessary. When an EMR communication mode sig- nal is received, the audio (voice) will be sound in the specified level (‘12’...

  • Page 61: Digital Squelch Functions, Digital Monitor

    ■ Digital squelch functions The digital code (CSQL) or call sign (DSQL) squelch opens only when receiving a voice signal with the same pre-pro- grammed digital code or call sign, respectively. The digital code or call sign squelch does not function while in a low- speed data communication.

  • Page 62: Low-speed Data Communication

    DIGITAL MODE OPERATION ■ Low-speed data communication In addition to the digital voice communication, a low-speed data communication is available (Refer p. 4 about the trans- ceiver-PC connection details). q Set the desired frequency. wVerify and set repeater call, transmit output power and other conditions.

  • Page 63

    ■ About D-STAR system In the D-STAR system, repeater linking via a 10 GHz band backbone and internet network (gateway connection) capa- bilities are available. This system provides you with much wider coverage range during digital voice mode operation. • D-STAR system outline (440 MHz band) 10 GHz signal Repeater A 440 MHz signal...

  • Page 64

    DIGITAL MODE OPERATION ■ Repeater call sign programming Repeater call sign must be programmed for repeater opera- tion in both digital voice and low speed data communications. q Push [A• ] to enter ] and [0• FUNC push [Y Y ] or [Z Z ] several times to select the call sign items. •...

  • Page 65

    ■ Setting other items qPush [A• ] and [0• ] to enter OPTION SET MODE FUNC push [Y Y ] or [Z Z ] several times to select the desired item. w Rotate [VOL] to select the desired value or condition. •...

  • Page 66

    DIGITAL MODE OPERATION D D Data Speed Select the communication speed between the transceiver and PC from 4800 bps or 9600 bps. 4800 bps D D Standby Beep Changes the beep emission capability when the communi- cating station finishes transmitting or the receive signal dis- appears.

  • Page 67

    D D Auto Rx call sign Display When an individual station call is received, the calling station call sign can be indicated automatically. D D Auto your own call sign Display Sets auto your own call sign display function ON and OFF. When this setting is set to ON, the transceiver automatically indicates your programmed call sign at turning power ON or digital mode transmission.

  • Page 68

    DIGITAL MODE OPERATION D D Tx message programming At least one of the Tx message channels must be pro- grammed, if you want to use the GPS message. The GPS message is transmitted from Tx message channels. q While in , push [Y Y ] or [Z Z ] several times OPTION SET MODE to select “tXm,”...

  • Page 69: Gps Operation

    ■ GPS operation A GPS receiver (RS-232 output/NMEA format/4800 bps) can be connected to [DATA] jack of the IC-V82/U82 to indicate the current position (Latitude and Longitude). The position data can also be transmitted with a message to another station.

  • Page 70

    DIGITAL MODE OPERATION D D GPS Automatic transmission q While connected to a GPS receiver, push [A• ] to enter [0• OPTION SET MODE w Push [Y Y ] or [Z Z ] several times to select the GPS automatic transmission.

  • Page 71: Set Mode

    ■ SET MODE D D Entering SET MODE q Push [A• ], then push [8• ] to enter FUNC w Push [Y Y ] or [Z Z ] to select the desired item. e Rotate [VOL] to select the condition/value. •...

  • Page 72

    OTHER FUNCTIONS D D DTCS code Selects DTCS (both encoder/decoder code) for DTCS squelch operation. Total of 104 codes are available. • 023–754: 023 (default) D D DTCS polarity Selects DTCS polarities for transmission and reception from “nn (default),” “nR,” “Rn” and “RR.” (n: normal/R: reverse) D D Tuning step Selects tuning step from 5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 50 kHz for [Y Y ]/[Z Z ] or [VOL] (...

  • Page 73

    D D Scan pause timer Selects the scan pause time from SCt.5, SCt.10, SCt.15 and SCP. 2. When receiving signals, the scan pauses according to the scan pause time. • SCt. 5/10/15 : Scan pauses for 5/10/15 sec. (default: SCt.15) •...

  • Page 74

    (approx.). This setting can be set for each memory, call and VFO inde- pendently. D D Weather alert function is accessed from memory Turns weather alert function ON and OFF (default). IC-V82 [USA]/[CSA] versions only...

  • Page 75

    ■ INITIAL SET MODE is accessed at power on and allows you INITIAL SET MODE to set seldom-changed settings. In this way, you can “cus- tomize” transceiver operations to suit your preference and op- erating style. D D Entering INITIAL SET MODE q While pushing and holding [Y Y ] and [Z Z ], turn power ON.

  • Page 76

    OTHER FUNCTIONS D D Auto repeater The auto repeater function automatically turns ON or OFF the duplex operation and tone encoder. The offset and repeater tone is not changed by the auto repeater function. Reset these frequencies, if necessary. • RPt.OF : The auto repeater function is turned OFF. •...

  • Page 77

    D D DTMF rate The rate at which DTMF memories send individual DTMF characters can be set to accommodate operating needs. • 1: 100 msec. interval; 5.0 cps rate (default) • 2: 200 msec. interval; 2.5 cps rate • 3: 300 msec. interval; 1.6 cps rate •...

  • Page 78

    OTHER FUNCTIONS D D Power save Selects duty cycle for power save function from auto, 1:32, 1:16, 1:8, 1:2 and OFF. • P–S.At : Duty cycle changes automatically. (default) • P–S.32 : 1:32 duty cycle • P–S.16 : 1:16 duty cycle •...

  • Page 79

    Optional HM-75A required D D Mic simple mode This item turns the microphone simple mode ON and OFF. Microphone simple mode is used to change the function as- signments for keys in the optional HM-75A as below. This assignment is conve- SPEAKER MICROPHONE nient for 3-channel use of simple operation.

  • Page 80

    OTHER FUNCTIONS D D S-meter squelch Sets S-meter squelch threshold level from OFF (default) and S1–S3. This setting allows you to set a minimum signal level needs to open the squelch. D D ALC function Sets the ALC (automatic Level Control) function ON and OFF (default).

  • Page 81

    The previously selected (used) weather channel is checked periodically during standby or while scan- ning. (IC-V82 [USA] version only) q Select the desired weather channel. w Turn the weather alert function ON in ➥ Push [A•...

  • Page 82

    OTHER FUNCTIONS ■ CPU reset The function display may occasionally display erroneous in- formation (e.g. when first applying power). This may be caused externally by static electricity or by other factors. If this problem occurs, turn power OFF. After waiting a few seconds, turn power ON again.

  • Page 83: Transceiver-to-transceiver Cloning

    Cloning allows you to quickly and easily transfer the pro- grammed contents from one transceiver to another trans- ceiver. ■ Transceiver-to-transceiver cloning q Connect the OPC-474 CLONING CABLE the master and sub-transceivers. • The master transceiver is used to send data to the sub-trans- ceiver.

  • Page 84

    CLONING ■ Cloning using a PC Please refer to the HELP file that comes with CS-V82 CLONING SOFTWARE OPC-478 (RS-232C type) to RS-232C port OPC-478U (USB type) to USB port TRANSCEIVER...

  • Page 85: Optional Ut-108/118 Installation

    ■ Optional UT-108/118 installation q Remove the optional connector access cover. • Unscrew two screws and remove the optional connector cover. w Attach the optional unit. Insert the connector firmly to avoid a bad contact. • Remove the paper baking of the optional unit before installing.

  • Page 86

    OPTIONAL UNITS D MB-86 stopper • When attaching • When removing CAUTION! HOLD THE TRANSCEIVER TIGHTLY, WHEN ATTACH- ING OR REMOVING THE TRANSCEIVER FROM THE BELT CLIP. If the transceiver is accidentally dropped and the swivel belt clip’s stopper is cracked or damaged, the swivel belt clip may not work properly.

  • Page 87: Ic-v82

    • Frequency stability : ±2.5 ppm (–10°C to +60°C) • Power supply requirement : 7.2 V DC (6–10.3 V DC acceptable; Icom’s battery pack only) • Current drain (at 7.2 V DC: approx.) Transmit at 7 W (High) at 4 W (Middle) 2.0 A at 0.5 W (Low) 1.0 A...

  • Page 88

    • Operating temperature range : –10°C to +60°C; +14˚F to +140˚F • Frequency stability : ±2.5 ppm • Power supply requirement : 7.2 V DC (6–10.3 V DC acceptable; Icom’s battery pack only) • Current drain (at 7.2 V DC: approx.) Transmit at 5 W (High) at 2 W (Middle) 1.4 A...

  • Page 89

    D D BATTERY PACKS Battery Voltage Capacity pack IC-V82 Battery case for AA BP-208N (LR6)×6 alkaline BP-209N 7.2 V 1100 mAh 3 hrs. 20 min. BP-210N 7.2 V 1650 mAh 6 hrs. 7.4 V 1800 mAh 6 hrs. 10 min.

  • Page 90

    EARPHONE Provides clear receive audio in noisy environments. • FA-B2E (for IC-V82) WHIP ANTENNA Same as that supplied with IC-V82. • FA-B70C (for IC-U82) WHIP ANTENNA Same as that supplied with IC-U82. Some options may not be available in some countries. Please ask your dealer for details.

  • Page 91

    • Repeater tone • Tone squelch frequency (p. 59) frequency (p. 59) • Weather alert* (p. 62) *Available for IC-V82 [USA]/[CSA] versions only. • Wide/Narrow setting † Appears when accessing (p. 62) NOTE: When the display type setting (pgs. 16, 65) in...

  • Page 92

    MODE ARRANGEMENT INITIAL SET MODE • Key touch beep (p. 63) • Time-out timer (p. 63) • Battery protection function (p. 68) • ALC function (p. 68) • S-meter squelch (p. 68) • Mic simple mode (p. 67) • Tuning speed acceleration (p. 66) While pushing and holding , push •...

  • Page 93

    Push OPTION SET MODE • DTMF function* (pgs. 27, 39) • Digital mode (p. 45) • Rx call sign • Rx call sign note (p. 46) • Rx GPS • Rx repeater1 message (p. 58) call sign (p. 46) • Auto Rx call sign •...

  • Page 94

    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.

  • Page 95

    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.

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    ■ POR ■ DEN #12 Europe-1 #22 Europe-2 ■ GBR ■ BEL ■ ITA ■ FIN ■ IRL ■ LUX ■ ■ ■ ■ #42 Europe-3 ■ ■ A-6413D-1EX-q Printed in Japan 2004 Icom Inc. © 1-1-32 Kamiminami, Hirano-ku, Osaka 547-0003, Japan...

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