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Icom IC-M88

Icom IC-M88
The compact radio station Icom IC-M88 is designed for use on marine vessels. The case of the device is made in accordance with the standard IPX7, so it reliably protects against water ingress. Six buttons on the front panel provide the easiest control of the radio station. A large LCD display with backlight greatly simplifies the operation of the IC-M88 in the dark. built-in squelch, which is necessary in areas with increased noise background or during a strong wind at sea.

The IC-M88 provides 22 programmable channels for use in terrestrial communication systems (146-174 MHz). For each channel, you can set your own channel pitch (wide / narrow), as well as various CTCSS and DTCS signaling systems.

Key Features:

  • The function of automatic scanning of weather channels and alarm activation
  • Quick selection of the working channel using the buttons
  • Quick access to channels 16 and 9, as well as to the priority call channel
  • The functions of automatic, priority scanning and list scanning (TAG)
  • Transition from "Sound Mode" to "Quiet Mode" by opening / closing the squelch using the track button for monitoring the current state of the radio station
  • Two-stage battery saving function
  • The battery level indicator shows the remaining capacity (4 levels)
  • Keypad lock function
  • Programmable sound for each button
  • Self-diagnosis function (checking the temperature of the internal part of the radio station, battery voltage, diagnostics of high voltage, prevention of water penetration).

Specifications Icom IC-M88:

  • Frequency range, MHz TX: 156.025-157.425 RX: 156.050-163.275 TX / RX: 146-174
  • Number of channels 22
  • Transmitter output power, W up to 5
  • Sensitivity, μV (s / w) 0.25
  • Frequency spacing, kHz 12,5 / 25
  • Power supply 7,4 V
  • Sound power of the speaker, mW 350
  • Compliance Standards MIL-STD 810
  • Size 62 mm x97 mm x39 mm
  • Weight 280g



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