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[. . . ] This manual contains important safety and operating instructions for the IC-M10E. EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS WORD R WARNING CAUTION NOTE DEFINITION Personal injury, fire hazard or electric shock may occur. No risk or personal injury, fire or electric shock. D FEATURES Standard 4×8 remote controller Built-in DSC meets ITU Class E requirement E-mail function available PC connection capability for remote control PRECAUTIONS R WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE!NEVER attach an antenna or internal antenna connector during transmission. During maritime mobile operation, KEEP the transceiver and microphone as far away as possible (at least 1 m; 3 ft) from the magnetic navigation compass to prevent erroneous indications. [. . . ] - The 9-digit identity (or call sign or other identification) of the station which you want to call. (your ship name). " - The 9-digit identity OR call sign (or other identification of the ship). When no acknowledgement is received: q Wait for 5 min. , then call again on the same or a different frequency. w If no acknowledgement is received after a 2nd call, wait for at least 15 min. before repeating the call. !1 After sending the call, the transceiver waits for an acknowledgement. Individual < Wait for ACK > J2B SP Exit GPS Lat 34 34'N Lon135 34'E 12:34 RX !2 When receiving an acknowledgement, the display shows the received ID code, or the called station name. · Push [FREQ/CH]; - to select the traffic frequency if the called station is able to comply to the call. - to return to DSC watch mode when unable. ************************ Individual ACK * * * IC-M10E * Able to comply * * ************************ Exit 7 ************************ Individual ACK * * * IC-M10E * Unable to comply * * * Operator unavailable * ************************ Exit When the called station is unable to comply to the call, the reason may be displayed. 33 7 CALL PROCEDURE I Group call When you use DSC for calling the desired ship's group, use "Group" menu. e Select the desired 9-digit group code, then push [ENT]. · Use [CH] to select the group code when the desired group is pre-programmed. ********* Group ******** ------- Group ID ------ÇM a n u a l s e t 023456789 Group-1 023456788 Group-2 023456787 Group-3 023456786 Group-4 023456785 Group-5 SEL OK y Rotate [CH] to select the desired pre-programmed calling frequency, or "Manual set" then push [ENT]. When the pre-programmed call frequency is selected, go to step i. ********* Group ******** ---- Call frequency ---ÇM a n u a l s e t T: 2345. 0kHz IC-M10E-1 R: 2345. 0kHz T: 2177. 0kHz SHIP R: 2177. 0kHz SEL OK · When "Manual set" is selected, enter the desired code (last 8 digits only) via the keypad. - The first digit "0 (zero)" is fixed for group code. ********* Group ******** ------- Group ID ------087654321 u Enter the desired transmit and receive call frequency via the keypad, then push [ENT]. ********* Group ******** ---- Call frequency ---TX:_2345. 0kHz RX:_2345. 0kHz SEL OK OK r Rotate [CH] to select the desired pre-programmed traffic frequency, or "Manual set" then push [ENT]. When the pre-programmed traffic frequency is selected, go to step y. ********* Group ******** -- Traffic frequency --ÇM a n u a l s e t T: 4567. 0kHz IC-M10E-1 R: 4567. 0kHz T:12345. 0kHz IC-M10E-2 R:12345. 0kHz SEL OK i The calling stand-by screen is displayed as follows, verify the calling condition then push and hold [CANCEL/CALL] for 1 sec. to store the calling condition into TX memory described in pages 23 and 43, if desired. ********* Group ******** --------- Call --------To:087654321 Traffic:J3E TX 2 1 3 4. · Distress memory screen ****** RX memory ******* -------- Select -------12:34 Ç* 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 111111111 23:45 123123123 21:54 SEL OK · Others memory screen ****** RX memory ******* -------- Select -------123456789 Ç* A l l s h i p s 111111111 *DTRS RLY 123123123 Geographic 123456788 Individual 123456789 All ships SEL OK I Deleting a memory When the desired memory contents to be deleted are displayed as at right, push and hold [CE] for 1 sec. · After erasing, the receive memory select screen, as in step e above, is selected automatically. ****** RX memory ******* ------- Distress ------Distress ID:123456789 Undesignated Position:Lat 34 34'N Lon134 34'W UTC 12:34 Traffic:J3E TX 2182. 0kHz RX 2182. 0kHz 2187. 5kHz RX Freq:TX RX 2187. 5kHz Cancel OK DEL 38 WHEN RECEIVING A CALL 8 I Distress call q When receiving a distress call, an emergency alarm sounds and the display below appears. ************************ Distress * * 123456789 * * ************************ Exit Traffic r Select the received distress call memory channel to check the position of the ship in distress. Push [FREQ/CH] then [RX CLAR] to select "RX memory" screen. Push [ENT] again. · The received distress call memory is displayed at the top line with "*" symbol. · When the ship is close to you, communication should be monitored continuously. · The traffic frequency is monitored even when the memory contents is displayed. ****** RX memory ******* ------- Distress ------Distress ID:123456789 Undesignated Position:Lat 34 34'N Lon134 34'W UTC 12:34 Traffic:J3E TX 2182. 0kHz RX 2182. 0kHz 2187. 5kHz RX Freq:TX RX 2187. 5kHz Cancel OK DEL w Push [CANCEL/CALL] to stop the alarm, if desired. · One distress call sequence is sent 5 times repeatedly within approx. The emergency alarm sounds at each reception. e Push [ENT] to set the transceiver to the distress phone frequency, then monitor the communication from the coast station to the ship in distress. RX < Traffic > J3E SP Exit GPS Lat 34 34'N Lon135 34'E 12:34 I Distress relay call q When receiving a distress relay call, an emergency alarm sounds and the display below appears. ************************ Distress RLY * * 001234567 * * ************************ Exit Traffic r Select the received distress call memory channel to check the position of the ship in distress. Push [FREQ/CH] then [RX CLAR] to select "RX memory" screen. Push [ENT] again. · The received distress relay call memory (DTRS RLY) is displayed at the top line with "*" symbol. · When the ship is close to you, communication should be monitored continuously. · The traffic frequency is monitored even when the memory contents is displayed. ****** RX memory ******* ----- Distress RLY ----From:001234567 Distress ID:123456789 To all ships Undesignated Position:Lat 34 34'N Lon134 34'W UTC 12:34 Traffic:J3E TX 2182. 0kHz RX 2182. 0kHz 2187. 5kHz RX Freq:TX RX 2187. 5kHz DEL Cancel OK 8 w Push [CANCEL/CALL] to stop the alarm, if desired. e Push [ENT] to set the transceiver to the distress phone frequency, then monitor the communication from the coast station to the ship in distress. RX < Traffic > J3E SP Exit GPS Lat 34 34'N Lon135 34'E 12:34 39 8 WHEN RECEIVING A CALL I All ships call q When receiving an All ships call, an emergency alarm may sound (or beeps when the category is Safety) and "All ships" is displayed as below. · Push [CANCEL/CALL] to stop the alarm when the all ships call in distress or urgency is received. w Push [ENT] to listen to the traffic frequency for an announcement from the calling station. < Traffic > J3E SP Exit GPS Lat 34 34'N Lon135 34'E 12:34 RX ************************ All ships * * 123456789 * * ************************ Exit Traffic e Communicate with the ship when the calling ship requires such. [. . . ] Stainless steel hose clamps make it easy to pick up through-hull bronze fittings, water tanks, copper hydraulic lines, and anything else that may give you some additional underwater surface area. Mariners with sailboats with poured incapsulated lead keels as well as metal hull vessels have the easiest time in obtaining a good ground counterpoise. If the keel is visible, a second nut on the exposed thread will anchor on the ground foil. We usually seal this connection to prevent deterioration from the bilge water. [. . . ]

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