User manual ICOM IC-R9000 BROCHURE
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Manual abstract: user guide ICOM IC-R9000BROCHURE
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] We want to take a couple of moments of your time to thank you for making the IC-R9000 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-R9000.
READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY before attempting to operate the transceiver.
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL. This manual contains important safety and operating instructions for the IC-R9000.
Standard 4×8 flush mount design Built-in DSC meets ITU Class D requirement Rugged waterproof construction Large LCD with dot matrix characters Superior receiver performance Optional COMMANDMICTM (2 systems are connectable)
CLEAN THE TRANSCEIVER AND MICROPHONE THOROUGHLY WITH FRESH WATER after exposure to water including salt water, otherwise, the keys and switches may become inoperable due to salt crystallization.
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
If your vessel requires assistance, contact other vessels and the Coast Guard by sending a distress call on Ch 16.
A WARNING STICKER is supplied with the transceiver. To comply with FCC regulations, this sticker must be affixed in such a location as to be readily seen from the operating controls of the radio as in the diagram below. [. . . ] 31) · When "Manual Input" is selected, set the 9-digit ID code for the individual you wish to call with the keypad.
D Transmitting Position reply call
Transmit a position reply call when a position request call is received. q When a position request call is received, the following indication is displayed.
BUSY-25W---INT---CALL LOCAL--DUP SCRAM--TAG ReceivedCAN POS REQ <Chuck3 <CLRExit> <ENTReply>COMMERCIAL
w Push [ENT] to reply to the position request call; push [CLR] to ignore the position request call.
--DSC Menu-Select Address Manual Input John Margaret Ricky 28 <CLRExit / ENTOK>
r Push [ENT] to transmit the polling request call. --DSC Menu-Polling Request Ready
D Transmitting Polling reply call
Transmit a polling reply call when a polling request call is received. q When a polling request call is received, the following indication is displayed.
<CLRExit / ENTOK> t After the polling request call has been transmitted, the following indication is displayed --DSC Menu-Polling Request TX Complete Now Waiting for ACK <CLRExit>
BUSY-25W---INT---CALL LOCAL--DUP SCRAM--TAG ReceivedCAN POLL REQ <Chuck3 <CLRExit> <ENTReply>COMMERCIAL
w Push [ENT] to reply to the polling request call; push [CLR] to ignore the polling request call.
y Push [CLR] to exit the condition.
· Even if [CLR] hasn't been pushed, the display automatically returns to the original indication after 5 sec. of inactivity.
I Setting the distress information
The nature of the distress call should be included in the distress call. w Rotate [CHANNEL] to select "Distress Setting, " push [ENT]. --DSC Menu-Select item Position Request Polling Request Received Calls Distress Setting Set up Exit e Rotate [CHANNEL] to select the nature of the distress, push [ENT].
· `Undesignated, ' `Explosion, ' `Flooding, ' `Collision, ' `Grounding, ' `Capsizing, ' `Sinking, ' `Adrift (Disable adrift), ' `Abandoning (Abandoning ship), ' `Piracy (Piracy attack)' and `MOB (Man overboard)' are available.
--DSC Menu-Select Nature Undesignated Explosion Flooding Collision Grounding Capsizing Sinking Adrift Abandoning Piracy MOB ----<CLRExit / ENTOK> r The position information appears. Set the current position, then push [ENT].
· Edit the digit of your position data directly with the keypad. · Push [6· MNO ] to edit N; North latitude or [7· PRS ] to edit S; South latitude. · Push [3· DEF ] to edit E; East longitude or [9· WXY ] to edit W; West longitude. · Push [CE] to clear the position data.
--DSC Menu-Input Position Latitude _°__. ___NNull Longitude ___°__. ___WNull <CENull Data> <CLRExit / ENTOK> t The time information appears. ] to edit or delete "-", when the cursor is on the first digit. · Push [CLR] to cancel and exit the condition to DSC set up menu.
I DSC set mode
D Offset time
This item sets the offset time from the UTC (Universal Time Coordinated) time. --DSC Menu-Select item Position Request Polling Request Received Calls Distress Setting Set up Exit e Rotate [CHANNEL] to select "Offset time, " push [ENT]. --DSC Menu-Set up Add:INDV ID Add:Group ID DEL:INDV ID DEL:Group ID Offset time MMSI Check
--DSC Menu-Input Offset Time _0:__
--DSC Menu-Input Offset Time -12:00
No offset time (default)
t Push [ENT] to program and to exit the condition to DSC set up menu. The local time indication is not available when a GPS receiver (sentence formatter RMC) is input, the transceiver's display indicates UTC time only.
DSC OPERATION D MMSI code check
The programmed 9-digit MMSI (DSC self ID) code can be checked in DSC set mode. --DSC Menu-Select item Position Request Polling Request Received Calls Distress Setting Set up Exit e Rotate [CHANNEL] to select "MMSI check, " push [ENT]. --DSC Menu-Set up Add:INDV ID Add:Group ID DEL:INDV ID DEL:Group ID Offset time MMSI Check <CLRExit> r Check the 9-digit MMSI (DSC self ID) code. --DSC Menu-MMSI Check 123456789
t Push [CLR] or [ENT] to exit the condition to DSC set up menu.
w Rotate [CHANNEL] to scroll to the desired message, push [ENT].
· When some messages are blinking, the messages have not been read yet.
I Received messages
The transceiver automatically stores up to 20 distress messages and 20 other messages. --DSC Menu-Select item Position Request Polling Request Received Calls Distress Setting Set up Exit
Select 16:00 14:56 12:34
--DSC Menu-Item Ricky Chuck3 Smith
<CLRExit / ENTOK> e Rotate [CHANNEL] to scroll the message. --DSC Menu---DSC Menu-Distress Distress <Chuck3 MOB LAT: 23"45. 234N MOB LAT: 23"45. 234N LON:123"45. 456W LON:123"45. 456W UTC: 8:00 <CLRExit / CEDel> <CLRExit / CEDel> r Push [CLR] to exit the condition or push [CE] to clear the displayed message and returns to DSC menu.
D Distress message
q Rotate [CHANNEL] to select "Distress, " push [ENT]. --DSC Menu-Select Message Distress Other
<CLRExit / ENTOK> 38
DSC OPERATION D Other messages
q Rotate [CHANNEL] to select "Other, " push [ENT]. [. . . ] · Any key cancels the monitor function.
D Activating the all key lock function
Turn the power ON by pushing [PWR] while pushing [H/L] to turn the all key lock function ON or OFF.
· " " flashes. · Only [PWR] and [PTT] are functional.
Flashes when the all lock function is in use.
HM-127 REMOTE-CONTROL MICROPHONE
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
D Activating the scrambler
q Select an operating channel, except for Channel 16, Channel 70 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. [. . . ]
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