User manual ICOM IC-02N

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[. . . ] No risk of personal injury, fire or electric shock. It's fast and easy to select any of memory channels in the IC-02N. The "flip-flop" arrow button switches between active and standby channels. The dualwatch function allows you to monitor two channels simultaneously. In addition, the history memory channel stores the last 10 channels used and allows you to recall those channels easily. GPS memory function When connected to an external GPS receiver* equipped with an airport frequency database, the IC-02N will instantly tune in the local airport frequency as you fly into its airspace. *Ask your dealer for available GPS receiver details. 13. 8 V/27. 5 V DC power source The built-in DC-DC converter accepts a 13. 8/27. 5 V DC power source. [. . . ] r Push [MEM], then rotate [ODIAL] to select "REPLACE. " 134. 80 CH04 RX MEMORY " " appears when no frequency has been programmed into regular memory channel 4. 126. 000 134. 80 RX REPLACE CH04 Ç ---. --- Regular memory channel number blinks. "WRITE COMPLETED" is displayed when the selected frequency is stored. t Push [MEM] to store the desired frequency into the selected regular memory channel. MEMORY 134. 80 126. 005 CH04 TIP: Push and hold [MEM] for 2 sec. to program a displayed frequency to any blanket memory channel automatically, after step q. NOTE: The programming is cancelled while all regular memory channels have already programmed. 11 3 MEMORY OPERATION I Transferring memory contents This function transfers a memory channel's contents into the active frequency indicator. q Push [RCL] to enter the memory mode. · The channel number appears. · The memory channel name also appears if it has been entered. I Memory mode menu (Regular and group memory channels only) ï REPLACE Replacing the selected memory channel to the standby frequency. w Rotate [O-DIAL] to select the desired memory channel type. · Select regular, group history or GPS memory channel. ï DELETE Deleting the selected memory channel. e Rotate [DIAL] to select a memory channel to be transferred. r Push [], then the selected memory channel is transferred into the active frequency indicator. · The memory mode is cancelled automatically. ï REVIVE Returning the selected memory channel to its previous state. ï CH NAME (Regular memory channel only) Setting the channel name to the selected regular memory channel. RX MEMORY 122. 00 127. 005 CH01 ï GRP NAME (Group memory channel only) Setting the group name to the selected memory group. Push []. RX MEMORY ï CH TAG (Group memory channel only) Setting the channel tag to the selected memory channel (Selecting the group memory channel is the only option). 127. 00 122. 005 12 ï DONE Return to the memory mode. MEMORY OPERATION 3 I Regular memory channel The transceiver has 10 regular memory channels. q Push [RCL] to enter the memory mode. · The channel number appears. · The memory channel name also appears if it has been entered. I Group memory channel The transceiver has 200 memory channels 200 group channels (10 channels × 20 groups). q Push [RCL] to enter the memory mode. · The channel number appears. · The memory channel name also appears if it has been entered. 03 w Rotate [O-DIAL] to select the regular memory channel. · "MEMORY" appears. RX MEMORY w Rotate [O-DIAL] to select the group memory channel. · "GRP01­GRP20" appears. RX GRP01 122. 00 127. 005 CH01 122. 00 127. 005 CH01 e Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired channel. r Push [MEM], then rotate [O-DIAL] to select a menu as follow. · The memory channel number blinks. e Push [DIAL], and then rotate [O-DIAL] to select the memory group from GRP01 to GRP20 if necessary. · The group and channel numbers blink. 22) e Push [MEM], then rotate [DIAL] to select the desired channel tag. · The tag type as shown below is selectable. RX GRP01 YES Common Traffic Advisory Frequency 122. 00 127. 005 CH01 TWR r Push [MEM] to decide the channel tag. · Selectable tags ___ / TWR / GND / ATS / ATF / APP / ARR / AWS / CLR / CTF / DEP / FSS / RFS / UNI / MF / OTH / U-1 / U-2 *1Group memory, *2GPS memory 16 MEMORY OPERATION 3 I GPS memory When connected to an external GPS receiver* equipped with an airport frequency database, frequency data such as nearby airports can be transferred and made available in the GPS memory (maximum 10-memory channels). *Ask your dealer for available GPS receiver details. I GPS memory edit The received GPS memory data is stored to desired group memory channel. 03 NOTE:The GPS memory data is overwritten if the setting group memory channel has already memorized other data. q Push [RCL] to enter the memory mode. · The channel number appears. · The memory channel name also appears if it has been entered. NOTE: See the GPS receiver's instruction manual when transferring the frequency data in details. q Push [RCL] to enter the memory mode. · The channel number appears. w Rotate [O-DIAL] to select the GPS memory channel. · "GPS" appears. w Rotate [O-DIAL] to select the GPS memory channel. · "GPS" appears. e Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired channel. r Push [RCL] to exit the GPS memory mode. Airport code RX GPS RJTJ e Push [MEM] to enter the GPS memory channel edit mode, then rotate [O-DIAL] to select the desired group memory. · "GPS" and airport code blink. 122. 00 122. 055 CH01 TWR r Push [MEM] to store the GPS memory channel data to the selected group memory. t Push [RCL] to exit the memory mode. Tag name I Memory protection The transceiver has memory protection which inhibits to the editing (storing, deleting, replacing, etc. ) of the memory group memory channels. 17 4 OTHER FUNCTIONS I Accessing 121. 5 MHz emergency frequency The IC-02N can be set to the 121. 5 MHz emergency frequency quickly. This function can be activated even when the key lock function is in use. q Push [EC] to call the emergency frequency to the standby frequency, and then entering the dualwatch operation automatically. w Push [] to transfer emergency frequency to the active frequency if necessary. · "EC" appears. I Lock function The lock function prevents accidental frequency changes and accidental function activation. [. . . ] · AF GAIN : Interlocking with [VOL]. 5 D Time-Out-Timer "TIME OUT" To prevent accidental prolonged transmission, etc. , the transceiver has a time-out-timer function. This timer starts when a transmission begins, and will cut off the transmission when the time set in the timer elapses. · 020­240 : Setting time-out-timer starting period from 20 sec. intervals. D Beep Tone Level "BEEP" Confirmation beep tones normally sound when storing memory, operating time-out-timer function, etc. These can be set the desired beep level as you prefer. · OFF (0) : The beep tone turns OFF. [. . . ]

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