ICOM IC-718 buget low cost HF transciever

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IC-718

No longer availlable

Icom IC-718 HF SSB transceiver with AH-4 ATU

General purpose HF transceivers

You must hold a valid radio operator's licence before using any HF/SSB transceiver.
Price
Inc. VAT
image ICOM IC-718 General purpose HF transceivers with AH-4 ATU

OPTION 1

Icom IC-718 with AH-4 ATU

  • SailCom Marine tests every system before shipping


OPTION 1
Icom IC-718 with AH-4 ATU
£930.00

No longer availlable

OPTION 2

Icom IC-718 and AH-4 ATU plus
Four core screened control cable with plugs, 10 metres long - assembled
Coax cable (RG-213) 10 metres long supplied with plug attached one end, the other requires soldering.
Other lengths available on request
OPTION 2
Option 1 plus 10 metres of coax and control cable
£1000.00

No longer availlable

OPTION 3

Icom IC-718 and AH-4 ATU plus 10 metres of coax and control cable,
DR-7400 pactor 4 modem and cables.
SCS DR-7400 pactor 4 modem with cables to go between modem and IC-718.
OPTION 3
Option 2 plus DR-7400 pactor 4 modem and cables
£1925.00

No longer availlable

The ICOM IC-718 is not a type approved marine MF/HF (SSB) transceiver.

ICOM IC-718 is No longer availlable

SSB Installation: Getting it right!

Icom IC-718 TRANSCEIVER - SailCom Marine

Icom IC-718 HF SSB transceiver
General purpose HF transceivers

You must hold a valid radio operator's licence before using any HF/SSB transceiver.

Icom IC-718

Click here for Icom IC-718 leaflet [PDF, 0.5 MB].

  • The IC-718 is equipped with a minimum number of buttons and controls for simple feature selection. The 10-key pad on the front panel allows direct entry of an operating frequency or a memory channel number. The auto tuning step function is activated when turning the dial quickly and helps speed up tuning. The band stacking register is convenient when changing operating bands.
    • Modes of operation: AM, & SSB.
    • 100 watts power output on SSB
    • 101 memory channels
    • Frequency range :
      • Receive 0.030 to 29.999999 MHz
      • Transmit 1.6 to 29.999999 MHz
    • Power supply requirement: 13.8 V DC ±15 % (negative ground]
    • Current drain (at 13.8 V DC) :
      • Receive Stand-by 1.3 A max. audio 2.0 A
      • Transmit max. power 20.0 A


  • Icom AH-4 HF automatic tuner
    The AH-4 is designed for use with Icom IC-718 HF general purpose transceivers. Weather resistant construction, easily fitted in a variety of locations. No adjustments are necessary, just connect the control and antenna cables. Tunes a wide frequency coverage from 3.5 to 50MHz with a 7m or longer wire antenna.
    • Frequency 3.5 to 54 MHz (long wire)
    • Max input power: 120W PEP
    • Input impedance 50 Ohms
    • Input power for tuning 10W (5 - 15W)
    • Auto tuning time 2-3 secs
    • Auto tuning accuracy: VSWR 2.0:1 or less
    • Supply: 13.8V DC Size 172 x 71 x 230mm
    • Weight 1.2kg


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Price subject to change without notice.
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IMPORTANT NOTES

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