User manual ICOM IC-M504

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[. . . ] INSTRUCTION MANUAL VHF MARINE TRANSCEIVER iM504 FOREWORD Thank you for purchasing this Icom product. The IC-M504 VHF MARINE TRANSCEIVER is designed and built with Icom's state of the art technology and craftsmanship. With proper care, this product should provide you with years of troublefree operation. We want to take a couple of moments of your time to thank you for making the IC-M504 your radio of choice, and hope you agree with Icom's philosophy of "technology first. " Many hours of research and development went into the design of your IC-M504. 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-M504. EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS DEFINITION Personal injury, fire hazard or electric shock R WARNING! [. . . ] · After inputting the 9-digit MMSI number, push [DIAL·ENTER] or [16·9] to enter a 10-character ID name. --DSC Menu-Add:Individual ID Input 9 digits _________ Input name _________ <CLRExit / ENTOK> D Programming Individual ID q Push [MENU] to enter the DSC menu. S w Rotate [DIAL] to select "Set up, " push [DIAL·ENTER]. --DSC Menu-Select Item Position Report Polling Request Received Calls Distress Setting Set up Exit 6 A e Rotate [DIAL] to select "Add:INDV [DIAL·ENTER]. --DSC Menu-Set up Add:INDV ID Add:Group ID DEL:INDV ID DEL:Group ID Offset Time MMSI Check ID , " push t After inputting, push [DIAL·ENTER] to program. E y Push [CLR] or rotate [DIAL] to select "Exit , " push [DIAL·ENTER]. · Returns to the DSC menu. · Repeat again to return to the normal operation condition. 17 6 DSC OPERATION D Deleting Individual ID q Push [MENU] to enter the DSC menu. S w Rotate [DIAL] to select "Set up, " push [DIAL·ENTER]. --DSC Menu-Select Item Position Report Polling Request Received Calls Distress Setting Set up Exit r Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired ID name for deleting. --DSC Menu-Select ID John Paul George Michael <CLRExit / ENTOK> D e Rotate [DIAL] to select "DEL:INDV [DIAL·ENTER]. ID , " push N · When no address ID is programmed, "No ID " is displayed. Push [CLR] to exit. --DSC Menu-Set up Add:INDV ID Add:Group ID DEL:INDV ID DEL:Group ID Offset Time MMSI Check t Push [DIAL·ENTER] to delete the address ID and return to the set up menu. E y Push [CLR] or rotate [DIAL] to select "Exit , " push [DIAL·ENTER]. · Returns to the DSC menu. · Repeat again to return to the normal operation condition. 18 DSC OPERATION D Programming Group ID q Push [MENU] to enter the DSC menu. S w Rotate [DIAL] to select "Set up, " push [DIAL·ENTER]. --DSC Menu-Select Item Position Report Polling Request Received Calls Distress Setting Set up Exit 6 r Rotate [DIAL] to set the group ID and ID name. · The group ID is a unique number that you create for your group. · Push [16·9] or [CH/WX·DUAL·U/I/C] to move the cursor forward or backward, respectively. F · "Full ID" appears when 100 DSC address IDs are already set. · After entering an 8-digit ID code, push [DIAL·ENTER] or [16·9] to enter a 10-character ID name. · 1st digit `0' is fixed for a group ID. --DSC Menu-Add:Group ID Input 8 digits 0________ Input name _________ <CLRExit / ENTOK> 6 A e Rotate [DIAL] to select "Add:Group [DIAL·ENTER]. --DSC Menu-Set up Add:INDV ID Add:Group ID DEL:INDV ID DEL:Group ID Offset Time MMSI Check ID , " push t After inputting, push [DIAL·ENTER] to program. E y Push [CLR] or rotate [DIAL] to select "Exit , " push [DIAL·ENTER]. · Returns to the DSC menu. · Repeat again to return to the normal operation condition. 19 6 DSC OPERATION D Deleting Group ID q Push [MENU] to enter the DSC menu. S w Rotate [DIAL] to select "Set up, " push [DIAL·ENTER]. --DSC Menu-Select Item Position Report Polling Request Received Calls Distress Setting Set up Exit r Rotate [DIAL] to select the desired ID name for deleting. --DSC Menu-Select ID Icom Group A Group B Group C <CLRExit / ENTOK> D e Rotate [DIAL] to select "DEL:Group [DIAL·ENTER]. ID , " push N · When no address ID is programmed, "No ID " is displayed. Push [CLR] to exit. --DSC Menu-Set up Add:INDV ID Add:Group ID DEL:INDV ID DEL:Group ID Offset Time MMSI Check t Push [DIAL·ENTER] to delete the group ID and return to the set up menu. E y Push [CLR] or rotate [DIAL] to select "Exit , " push [DIAL·ENTER]. · Returns to the DSC menu. · Repeat again to return to the normal operation condition. 20 DSC OPERATION 6 I Position and time programming A distress call should include the ship's position and time data. If no GPS is connected, your position and UTC (Universal Time Coordinated) time should be input manually. P w Rotate [DIAL] to select "Position Input, " and push [DIAL·ENTER]. --DSC Menu-Select Item Position Input Individual Call Group Call All Ships Call Position Request Position Report --DSC Menu-Input Position Latitude __°__. ___N Null Longitude __°__. ___W Null <CLR 1sec Null Data> 1secNull <CLRExit <CLR Exit / ENT OK> ENTOK> 6 r After setting the position data, push [DIAL·ENTER] to set the current UTC time. Set the current UTC time by rotating [DIAL], then push [DIAL·ENTER]. · Push [16·9] or [CH/WX·DUAL·U/I/C] to move the cursor forward or backward, respectively. [. . . ] q Remove the 6 screws as shown below and open the transceiver. q w w Disconnect the flat cable and NMEA (4 pin) from J5 of the LOGIC unit. LOGIC unit NMEA (4 pin) Flat cable e Install an optional unit (UT-112 or UT-98) to J3 on the AF unit as shown below. Optional unit J3 AF unit 62 CONNECTIONS AND MAINTENANCE 9 I HM-162/HM-157 installation r Return the cables and screws to the original position. · Be sure not upside down the flat cable. CAUTION: · When re-assembling the case and tightening the screws, you must keep the specified torque (0. 5±0. 07 N. m). Otherwise the transceiver may be damaged (torque too high) or lose waterproof efficiency (torque too low). Wiggling the unit from side to side may damage the optional unit's connector. HM-162 HM-157 9 The optional HM-157 can be connected to the transceiver directly, as well as via the supplied connection cable for longer distance remote operation. The connector of the connection cable can be installed into a cabinet, wall, etc. , as a built-in plug. · The optional HM-162 should be installed to the transceiver using the supplied connection cable. For longer distance remote operation, the optional extension cable, OPC-1541/OPC-999* (6 m; 20 ft/connecting between transceiver and the connection cable), is available, and up to two OPC-1541/OPC-999* can be added. [. . . ]

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