ICOM HM-157B

ICOM HM-157B manual

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  • INSTRUCTIONS
    REMOTE-CONTROL MICROPHONE
    HM-157
    Thank you for purchasing the HM-157
    REMOTE
    -
    CONTROL MICROPHONE
    . The COMMANDMIC II
    TM
    is a
    remote control microphone for use with the IC-M602,
    M504, M422, M402 or else.
    Please read these instructions and transceiver’s
    instruction manual carefully before installation and
    operation.
    Panel description
    The HM-157 remotely controls the transceiver and provides an
    optional Intercom function.
    z POWER KEY [PWR]
    Push for 2 sec. to turn the HM-157 power ON or OFF when
    the transceiver power is turned ON.
    x SCAN KEY
    [
    [
    SCAN
    SCAN
    ](
    ](
    )
    )
    Push to start and stop Normal or Priority scan when TAG
    channels are programmed.
    Push for 1 sec. to set the displayed channel as a TAG
    (scanned) channel.
    While pushing
    [
    [
    H/L
    H/L
    ]
    ], push for 3 sec. to clear or set all TAG
    channels.
    c TRANSMIT POWER KEY
    [
    [
    H/L
    H/L
    ]
    ]
    Push to toggle high or low power.
    Some Channels are set to low power only.
    While pushing this key, other keys perform secondary func-
    tions.
    While turning power ON, push to toggle the All key lock
    function ON or OFF.
    •“
    T
    ” blinks while the All key lock function is in use.
    Only
    [
    [
    PWR
    PWR
    ]
    ] and
    [
    [
    PTT
    PTT
    ]
    ] function when the All key lock func-
    tion is in use.
    v PTT SWITCH
    [
    [
    PTT
    PTT
    ]
    ]
    Push and hold to transmit; release to receive.
    b CHANNEL UP/DOWN KEYS
    [
    [
    YY
    YY
    ]
    ]
    /
    [
    [
    ZZ
    ZZ
    ]
    ]
    Push either key to select the operating channel, Set mode
    settings, etc.
    After pushing
    [
    [
    VOL
    VOL
    ]
    ] or
    [
    [
    SQL
    SQL
    ]
    ], push either key to adjust
    audio level or noise squelch level, respectively.
    After pushing
    [
    [
    VOL
    VOL
    ]
    ] for 1 sec, push either key to adjust
    the brightness of the LCD and key backlight.
    Checks TAG channels or changes scanning direction dur-
    ing scan.
    Push either key to adjust the audio level during in Hailer
    (Public Address)* mode. (* Depends on the transceiver)
    While pushing
    [VOL](
    [VOL](
    P
    P
    A/RX
    A/RX
    )
    )
    push either key to
    adjust the audio level during in RX Speaker mode.
    n CHANNEL 16/CALL CHANNEL KEY
    [
    [
    ](
    ](
    9
    9
    )
    )
    Push to select Channel 16.
    Push for 1 sec. to select call channel.
    “CALL” appears when call channel is selected.
    Push for 3 sec. to enter call channel programming condi-
    tion when call channel is selected.
    While pushing
    [
    [
    H/L
    H/L
    ]
    ], enters channel comments program-
    ming condition.
    While turning power ON, push to enter Set mode.
    m CHANNEL/DUALWATCH/TRI-WATCH KEY
    [
    [
    CH/WX
    CH/WX
    ](
    ](
    U/I/C)
    U/I/C)
    Push to select and toggle the regular channels and
    weather channels.
    While pushing
    [
    [
    H/L
    H/L
    ]
    ], push to select one of three channel
    groups in sequence.
    U.S.A., International and Canadian channels are available.
    Push for 1 sec. to start Dualwatch or Tri-watch.
    Stops Dualwatch or Tri-watch when either is activated.
    , ATTENUATOR/INTERCOM/SCRAMBLER* KEY
    [
    [
    LO/DX
    LO/DX
    ](
    ](
    SCR)
    SCR)
    Push to toggle the Attenuator function ON or OFF.
    “LOCAL” appears when the Attenuator is in use.
    Push for 1 sec. to activate the Intercom function.
    Calls the transceiver when pushed and held while in Inter-
    com mode.
    While pushing
    [
    [
    H/L
    H/L
    ]
    ], activates an optional Voice scram-
    bler* function.
    The Voice scrambler function cannot be used on Ch 16 and 70.
    * The Voice scrambler function is available depends on the
    transceiver.
    . SQUELCH/MONITOR/LOCK KEY
    [
    [
    SQL
    SQL
    ](
    ](
    L)
    L)
    After pushing
    [
    [
    SQL
    SQL
    ]
    ], push
    [
    [
    YY
    YY
    ]
    ] or
    [
    [
    ZZ
    ZZ
    ]
    ] to adjust noise
    squelch level.
    Push for 1 sec. to turn the monitor function ON.
    While pushing
    [
    [
    H/L
    H/L
    ]
    ], push
    [
    [
    SQL
    SQL
    ](
    ](
    L)
    L) to toggle the
    (microphone) Key lock function ON or OFF.
    •“
    T
    ” appears while Key lock function is in use.
    [
    [
    PWR
    PWR
    ]
    ],
    [
    [
    PTT
    PTT
    ]
    ],
    [
    [
    VOL
    VOL
    ]
    ],
    [
    [
    SQL
    SQL
    ]
    ] and
    [
    [
    H/L
    H/L
    ]
    ] still function when
    the (microphone) Key lock function is turned ON.
    Advance the cursor while in channel comment program-
    ming condition.
    MONI
    MONI
    IC
    DW
    PWR
    SCAN
    H/L
    TAG
    DW
    9
    MONI
    L
    U/I/C
    DIM
    IC
    SCR
    CH/WX
    LO/DX
    SQL
    VOL
    PA/RX
    v
    n
    b
    ,
    .
    ⁄0
    m
    zxc
    16
    16
    DIM
    TAG
    ⁄0 VOLUME/DIMMER/PA/RX SPEAKER KEY
    [VOL](
    [VOL](
    P
    P
    A/RX
    A/RX
    )
    )
    After pushing
    [
    [
    VOL
    VOL
    ]
    ], push
    [
    [
    YY
    YY
    ]
    ] or
    [
    [
    ZZ
    ZZ
    ]
    ] to adjust audio
    level.
    After pushing
    [VOL](
    [VOL](
    P
    P
    A/RX
    A/RX
    )
    ) for 1 sec, push
    [
    [
    YY
    YY
    ]
    ] or
    [
    [
    ZZ
    ZZ
    ]
    ] to adjust the brightness of the LCD and key backlight.
    Move the cursor backward while in the channel comment
    programming condition.
    While pushing
    [H/L]
    [H/L], push to turn the Hailer (Public Ad-
    dress)* mode ON or OFF. (* Depends on the transceiver)
    While pushing
    [H/L]
    [H/L], push for 1 sec. to turn the RX
    Speaker mode ON or OFF.
    Function display
    q CHANNEL GROUP INDICATOR
    Indicates whether an U.S.A. (USA), International (INT) or
    Canadian (CAN) channel is selected.
    w KEY LOCK INDICATOR
    Appears while the Key lock function is in use.
    Blinks while the All key lock function is in use.
    e CHANNEL NUMBER READOUT
    Indicates the selected operating channel number. “A” ap-
    pears when a simplex channel is selected. “b” appears
    when a receive only channel for a Canadian channel group
    is selected.
    In Set mode, indicates the selected condition.
    r VOLUME INDICATOR
    Appears while audio output level is adjusted.
    t SQUELCH INDICATOR
    Appears while noise squelch level is adjusted.
    y CHANNEL COMMENT INDICATOR
    Channel comment appears (and scrolls) if programmed.
    In Set mode, indicates or scrolls the selected Set mode item.
    u ATTENUATOR INDICATOR
    Appears when the Attenuator function is in use.
    i SCRAMBLER INDICATOR
    Appears when an optional Voice scrambler* is activated.
    * The Voice scrambler is available depends on the transceiver.
    o SCAN INDICATOR
    “SCAN” appears during Normal scan.
    “P SCAN” appears during Priority scan.
    !0 PRIORITY CHANNEL INDICATOR
    Indicates a priority channel during Priority scan or Dual/Tri-
    watch.
    !1 DUAL/TRI WATCH INDICATOR
    “DUAL” appears during Dualwatch; “TRI” during Tri-watch.
    !2 WEATHER CHANNEL INDICATOR
    “WX” appears when a weather channel is selected.
    WX ALT” appears when the Weather alert function is in
    use; blinks when an alert tone is received.
    !3 LOW POWER INDICATOR
    Appears when low power is selected.
    !4 CALL CHANNEL INDICATOR
    Appears when call channel is selected.
    !5 DUPLEX INDICATOR
    Appears when a duplex channel is selected.
    !6 TAG CHANNEL INDICATOR
    Appears when a TAG channel is selected.
    !7 BUSY INDICATOR
    Appears when receiving a signal or when the squelch opens.
    !8 TRANSMIT INDICATOR
    Appears while transmitting.
    Channel selection
    DD
    Channel 16
    q Push
    [
    [
    ]
    ] to select Channel 16.
    w Push
    [
    [
    CH/WX
    CH/WX
    ]
    ] to return to the condition
    before selecting Channel 16, or push
    [
    [
    YY
    YY
    ]
    ]
    or
    [
    [
    ZZ
    ZZ
    ]
    ] to select an operating channel.
    DD
    Call channel
    q Push
    [
    [
    ](
    ](
    9
    9
    )
    ) for 1 sec. to select call
    channel.
    w Push
    [
    [
    CH/WX
    CH/WX
    ]
    ] to return to the condition
    before selecting call channel, or push
    [
    [
    YY
    YY
    ]
    ]
    or
    [
    [
    ZZ
    ZZ
    ]
    ] to select an operating channel.
    DD
    Weather channels
    q Push
    [
    [
    CH/WX
    CH/WX
    ]
    ] once or twice to select
    the weather channel group.
    w Push
    [
    [
    YY
    YY
    ]
    ] or
    [
    [
    ZZ
    ZZ
    ]
    ] to select a weather chan-
    nel.
    e Push
    [
    [
    CH/WX
    CH/WX
    ]
    ] to return to the condition
    before selecting the weather channel
    group.
    DD
    U.S.A., International and Canadian channels
    q Push
    [
    [
    CH/WX
    CH/WX
    ](
    ](
    U/I/C)
    U/I/C) to select a regular channel.
    •Push
    [
    [
    CH/WX
    CH/WX
    ](
    ](
    U/I/C)
    U/I/C) again, if a weather channel appears.
    w While pushing
    [
    [
    H/L
    H/L
    ]
    ], push
    [
    [
    CH/WX
    CH/WX
    ](
    ](
    U/I/C)
    U/I/C) to select a
    channel group.
    U.S.A., International and Canadian channels can be selected in
    sequence.
    Receiving and transmitting
    q Push
    [
    [
    PWR
    PWR
    ]
    ] for 2 sec. to turn power ON.
    w Set the audio and squelch levels.
    Push
    [
    [
    SQL
    SQL
    ]
    ], then push
    [
    [
    ZZ
    ZZ
    ]
    ] until the noise appears.
    Push
    [
    [
    VOL
    VOL
    ]
    ], then push
    [
    [
    YY
    YY
    ]
    ]/
    [
    [
    ZZ
    ZZ
    ]
    ] to adjust the audio level.
    Push
    [
    [
    SQL
    SQL
    ]
    ], then push
    [
    [
    YY
    YY
    ]
    ] until the noise disappears.
    e To change the channel group, push
    [
    [
    CH/WX
    CH/WX
    ](
    ](
    U/I/C)
    U/I/C)
    while pushing [H/L].
    r Push
    [
    [
    YY
    YY
    ]
    ]
    or
    [
    [
    ZZ
    ZZ
    ]
    ] to select the desired channel.
    When receiving a signal, “ ” appears and audio is emitted
    from the speaker.
    Further adjustment of the audio level may be necessary.
    Use the optional Voice scrambler function for privacy.
    t Push
    [
    [
    LO/DX
    LO/DX
    ]
    ] to turn the Attenuator function ON or OFF, if
    necessary.
    “LOCAL” appears when the Attenuator function is in use.
    y Push
    [
    [
    H/L
    H/L
    ]
    ] to select the output power, if necessary.
    “LOW” appears when low power is selected.
    Choose low power for short range communications, choose high
    power for longer distance communications.
    Some channels are for selecting low power only.
    u Push and hold
    [
    [
    PTT
    PTT
    ]
    ] to transmit, then speak into the micro-
    phone.
    •“ ” appears.
    Channel 70 cannot be used for transmission other than DSC.
    Simplex channels, 3, 21, 23, 61, 64, 81, 82 and 83 CANNOT
    be lawfully used by the general public in U.S.A. waters.
    i Release
    [
    [
    PTT
    PTT
    ]
    ] to receive.
    IMPORTANT: To maximize the readability of your transmitted
    signal (voice), pause a few sec. after pushing
    [
    [
    PTT
    PTT
    ]
    ], hold the
    microphone 2 to 4 inches (5 to 10 cm) from your mouth and
    speak at a normal voice level.
    DW
    U.S.A. channels
    Canadian channels
    International channels
    DW
    DW
    DW
    16
    16
    16
    16
    CALL
    WX ALT
    DUP
    P SCAN
    SCRM
    LOCAL
    TRI
    DUAL
    LOW
    TAG
    CAN
    USA
    INT
    L
    TX
    BUSY
    VOL
    SQL
    q
    w
    r
    t
    e
    !8 !7 !4!5 !3
    !2
    !1
    !0
    o
    i
    u
    y
    !6
    DIM
    DIM
    HM-157 supplied accessories
    Accessories included with the HM-157: Qty.
    q Connection cable (OPC-1000: 6 m; 20 ft) ........................ 1
    w Mounting base .................................................................. 1
    e Microphone hanger .......................................................... 1
    r Screws (M3 × 16; tapping) ............................................... 5
    These instructions are described when the HM-157 is connected to the IC-M504. Some operations or indications may be dif-
    ferent as these instructions depending on the connecting transceiver.
    Icom, Icom Inc. and the logo are registered trademarks of Icom Incor-
    porated (Japan) in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France,
    Spain, Russia and/or other countries. COMMANDMIC II is a trademark of
    Icom Incorporated (Japan) in the United states.
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Modelo HM-157B
Producto Amplificador
Idioma Inglés
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