Used Good Icom IC-7200 Portable Radio, HF/6M, 100W with MB-116 Handles S/N:0201270
Used Good Icom IC-7200 Portable Radio, HF/6M, 100W with MB-116 Handles S/N:0201270. Radio tested and has MARS mod, no original box.
Includes: Microphone and Power Cable
The Icom IC-7200 is a 100W HF/50MHz transceiver that operates on USB, LSB, CW, RTTY (FSK), AM and requires 22A at 100W. The IC7200 will output 100W on SSB, CW, RTTY and 25W carrier power on AM. The 7200 receieves from 0.030-60.00 MHZ. The Icom IC-7200 has several features including the latest IF DSP technology, AGC loop management, a digital IF filter, digital twin PBT, digital noise reduction, digital noise blanker and a USB port for PC control. Known for its tough design, the IC-7200 includes a rear bumper to protect various connections on the rear panel and waterproof protection technologies used in Icom's marine radios are applied to the buttons and knobs on the front panel to protect against water intrusion.
- 0.030– 60.000 MHz*1
- 1.800– 1.999 MHz
- 3.500– 3.999 MHz
- 5.3305, 5.3465, 5.3665, 5.3715, 5.4035 MHz*2
- 7.000– 7.300 MHz
- 10.100–10.150 MHz
- 14.000– 14.350 MHz
- 18.068–18.168 MHz
- 21.000– 21.450 MHz
- 24.890–24.990 MHz
- 28.000– 29.700 MHz
- 50.000–54.000 MHz
*1 Guaranteed range: 0.5–29.7 and 50–54.000 MHz..
*2 USB only
- USB, LSB, CW, RTTY (FSK), AM
Number of channels
- 201 Ch. (199 regular, 2 scan edges)
- SO-239 (50Ω)
Power supply requirement:
- 13.8V DC ±15% (negative ground)
Operating Temperature range
- -10°C to +60°C; +14°F to +140°F
Frequency stability: Less than ±0.5ppm
Frequency resolution: 1Hz
- Tx Max. power: 22.0A
- Max. audio: 2.0A
- Rx Stand-by: 1.3A
Dimensions (projections not included): 9 1⁄2 x 3 5⁄16 x 11 1⁄16 in.
Weight (approx.): 5.5kg; 12.1 lb
- SSB, CW, RTTY
- *Carrier power.
- SSB: Digital PSN modulation
- AM: Digital low power modulation
- Less than -50dB (HF bands)
- Less than -63dB (50 MHz band)
Carrier suppression: More than 50dB
Unwanted sideband: More than 50dB
Microphone connector: 8-pin connector (600Ω)
Receive system: Triple conversion super-heterodyne
- 64.455 MHz
- 455 MHz
- 15.625 kHz
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.