Icom IC-M802 Digital Marine SSB Transceiver
Standard 4×8 remote controller
The IC-M802 offers an industry-standard 4-inch tall (10.16 cm) remote controller. When set up with the IC-M502 / IC-M504 VHF radio, Icom offers you a complete communications station.
Large LCD with dot matrix characters
You can easily read the alphanumeric name of any of the 1355 ITU channels at a glance with the large LCD display. Nighttime operation is no problem with 10 levels (plus OFF) adjustable backlit display and keypad.
Easy to use in all conditions
The IC-M802 offers two large dials – bank and channel – for easy channel selection. Up to 16 banks of 20 (max.) each for user channels, and 17 banks for ITU channels are available.
Built-in digital selective calling/ITU Class E DSC
For added safety at sea, the IC-M802 offers the latest in one-touch DSC emergency communications technology. (ITU Class E standard.) The emergency button is covered by a red, spring loaded hatch to avoid accidental DSC activation.
Digital signal processor advantage
The speech compressor, utilizing DSP, increases average talk power. Flexible filter settings provide for narrow band signals like e-mail, SITOR, FSK and other operation without an optional filter.
150W (PEP) of powerful output
150 Watts of power offers superior worldwide communications. A one piece, die cast aluminum chassis and a large cooling fan allow continuous transmission at full output power– very important for data communications, like e-mail.
One-touch e-mail access
An SSB first! The IC-M802 can be set to memorize your HF e-mail access frequency, mode and bandwidth settings. At sea e-mail has never been easier.
* Please consult with an HF e-mail provider for details.
Automatic antenna tuner, AT-140
An optional automatic antenna tuner, AT-140, easily connects to the IC-M802. When the tuner cannot tune the antenna, the IC-M802 bypasses the tuner and displays a warning indicator on the LCD.
- Wide band receive coverage (0.5 – 29.9999MHz)
- Remote control mic allows you to select channels directly
- Accessory RS-232C port allows connection of modem, etc.
- GPS input, NMEA 0183 version 3.01
- A headphone jack in front of the controller
|Power supply requirement
||13.6V DC ±15% (negative ground)
(Projections not included)
9.4×3.7×9.4 inController unit:
4.7kg; 10 lb 6 oz,Controller unit:
570g; 1 lb 4 oz
|Current drain (approx.)
||30A typ. at max. power
|Max. audio output
0.5–1.5999 MHz 30 dBμV emf
1.6–1.7999 MHz 13 dBμV emf
1.8–29.9999 MHz 8 dBμV emfJ2B, F1B:
1.6–1.7999 MHz 13 dBμV emf
1.8–29.9999 MHz 8 dBμV emfH3E:
0.5–1.5999 MHz 44 dBμV emf
1.6–1.7999 MHz 30 dBμV emf
1.8–3.999 MHz 24 dBμV emfDSC (J2B):
0.5–29.999 MHz 0 dBμV emf
(at 1% error rate)
|Audio output power (10% dist/ 4Ω load)
|RF output power (PEP)
(output power differs depending on version)
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
- Separation cable, OPC-1106 (5m; 16.4ft)
- Hand microphone, HM-135
- External speaker, SP-24
- Mounting bracket kits
- Microphone hanger
- DC power cables
- ACC plugs
- Spare fuse