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[. . . ] INSTRUCTION MANUAL VHF MARINE TRANSCEIVER iM502 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject 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. IMPORTANT READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS carefully and completely before using the transceiver. SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL -- This instruction manual contains important operating instructions for the IC-M502. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY If your vessel requires assistance, contact other vessels and the Coast Guard by sending a distress call on channel 16. Or, transmit your distress call using digital selective calling on channel 70. USING CHANNEL 16 DISTRESS CALL PROCEDURE 1. Your call sign or other indication of the vessel (AND 9-digit DSC ID if you have one). [. . . ] to transmit the distress call. · Push [DSC/ENT] to exit the condition. · The selected nature of the distress is stored for 10 minutes. 21 6 DSC OPERATION I DSC individual ID A total of 40 DSC address ID's can be programmed and named with up to 10 characters. Programming address ID q Push [DSC/ENT] to select the DSC menu. w Rotate the channel selector to select "Set-up" and push [DSC/ENT]. t Push [DSC/ENT] to program and to exit the condition. Deleting address ID q Push [DSC/ENT] to select the DSC menu. w Rotate the channel selector to select "Set-up" and push [DSC/ENT]. e Rotate the channel selector to select `Add ID, ' then push [DSC/ENT]. e Rotate the channel selector to select `Delete ID, ' then push [DSC/ENT]. · When no address ID is programmed, the transceiver exits the condition automatically. r Set the distress ID and ID name, then push [DSC/ENT]. · Rotate the channel selector to select the character. · Push [HI/LO] to cancel and exit the condition. 22 DSC OPERATION r Select the desired ID name with the channel selector, then push [DSC/ENT]. 6 I Receiving DSC calls Receiving a distress call While monitoring channel 70 and a distress call is received: Emergency alarm sounds for 2 minutes. · Push any switch to stop the alarm. t Push [DSC/ENT] to delete the address ID; push other switch to exit the condition. "Received Distress" appears in the display; then, channel 16 is automatically selected. Continue monitoring channel 16 as a coast station may require assistance. Receiving a distress acknowledgement While monitoring channel 70 and a distress acknowledgement to other ship is received: Emergency alarm sounds for 2 minutes. · Push any switch to stop the alarm. "Received Distress ACK" appears in the display; then, channel 16 is automatically selected. 23 6 DSC OPERATION Receiving a distress relay acknowledgement Receiving an all ships call While monitoring channel 70 and an all ships call is received: Emergency alarm sounds when the category is "Distress" or "Urgency;" 3 beeps sound for other categories. "All ships Distress, " "All ships Safety" or "All ships Urgency" appears in the display; then, the channel specified by the calling station is automatically selected for voice communication. Monitor the selected channel for an announcement from the calling vessel. While monitoring channel 70 and a distress relay acknowledgement is received: Emergency alarm sounds for 2 minutes. · Push any switch to stop the alarm. "Received DTRS RLY ACK" appears in the display; then, channel 16 is automatically selected. Receiving a distress relay call While monitoring channel 70 and a distress relay call is received: Emergency alarm sounds for 2 minutes. · Push any switch to stop the alarm. Receiving an individual call While monitoring channel 70 and an individual call is received: Emergency alarm or beeps sound depending on the received category. "Individual Distress, " "Individual Safety, " "Individual Urgency" or "Individual Routine" appears in the display. The channel specified by the calling station is automatically selected for checking the channel condition. "Received Distress RLY" appears in the display; then, channel 16 is automatically selected. Monitor channel 16 until the emergency communication has been completed. 24 DSC OPERATION Receiving a position reply call 6 While monitoring channel 70 and a position reply call (for the area you are in) is received: "Received POS" appears in the display. Receiving a geographical area call While monitoring channel 70 and a geographical area call (for the area you are in) is received: Emergency alarm or beeps sound depending on the received category. "Geographic Distress, " "Geographic Safety, " "Geographic Urgency" or "Geographic Routine" appears in the display; then, the channel specified by the calling station is automatically selected for voice communications. Monitor the selected channel for an announcement from the calling ship. When no GPS receiver is connected or if there is a problem with the connected receiver, all geographical area calls are received, regardless of your position. Receiving a position request call While monitoring channel 70 and a position request call (for the area you are in) is received: "POS request" appears in the display. Push [DSC/ENT] to reply to the call. When no GPS receiver is connected or if there is a problem with the connected receiver, all geographical area calls are received, regardless of your position. When no GPS receiver is connected or if there is a problem with the connected receiver, all geographical area calls are received, regardless of your position. 25 6 DSC OPERATION r Set the offset time from the UTC (Universal Time Coordinated) time, then push [DSC/ENT]. · Rotate the channel selector to select the number, `+' or `­. ' · Push [CH/WX] to advance the cursor. · Push [HI/LO] to cancel and exit the condition. I DSC set mode Offset time This item sets the offset time from the UTC (Universal Time Coordinated) time. w Rotate the channel selector to select "Set-up" and push [DSC/ENT]. t Push [DSC/ENT] to program and to exit the condition. e Rotate the channel selector to select `Offset time, ' then push [DSC/ENT]. 26 DSC OPERATION MMSI code check The 9-digit MMSI (DSC self ID) code can be checked in set mode. w Rotate the channel selector to select "Set-up" and push [DSC/ENT]. 6 e Rotate the channel selector to select `MMSI check, ' then push [DSC/ENT]. r Check the 9-digit MMSI (DSC self ID) code. t Push [DSC/ENT] to exit the condition. 27 6 DSC OPERATION t Rotate the channel selector to scroll the message. · The stored message has several information and depends on the distress call types. I Receive messages The transceiver automatically stores up to 20 distress messages and 20 other messages. w Rotate the channel selector to select "RCV calls" and push [DSC/ENT]. · "RCV calls" does not appear until a distress call is received. e Rotate the channel selector to select distress messages or other messages, then push [DSC/ENT]. y Push [DSC/ENT] to exit the condition or push [HI/LO] to clear the displayed messages. r Rotate the channel selector to select the desired message, then push [DSC/ENT]. 28 INTERCOM OPERATION I Intercom operation The optional intercom function allows you to talk to the deck from the cabin. [. . . ] · Any key, except [Y]/[Z], cancels the monitor function. 52 HM-127 REMOTE-CONTROL MICROPHONE 13 I Call channel programming q Push [CH/WX·U/I/C] several times while pushing [H/L] to select the desired channel group (USA, INT, CAN) to be programmed. to select the call channel of the selected channel group. · "CALL" and call channel number appear. I Optional voice scrambler operation Activating the scrambler q Select an operating channel, except channel 16 or weather channels. w Push [LO/DX·IC·SCR] while pushing [H/L] to turn the voice scrambler function ON. · "SCRM" appears. e To turn the scrambler function OFF, repeat step w. · "SCRM" disappears. e Push [16·9] again for 3 sec. (until long beep changes to 2 short beeps) to enter call channel programming condition. · Call channel number and channel group to be programmed flashes. Programming scramble codes There are 128 codes (00 to 127) available with UT-98 or 32 codes (01 to 32) available with the UT-112 for programming. [. . . ]

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