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Marine Radio for Hazardous Locations
5 W Output Power for Hazardous Locations
The IC-M88 UL version provides 5 W output power and can be used in hazardous
locations, stipulated under Class I, Division 2 conditions of use approved by UL.
Nonincendive: Class Ι, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D T6 (≤85°C)
when used with Icom BP-227UL battery pack.
Approved accessories: Speaker-microphone, HM-168IS
Ambient temperature: –20°C to +40°C
IPX7, Waterproof Construction
The IC-M88 UL version is built tough to withstand hazardous and unhospitable
environments at sea and on land. Even if the IC-M88 UL version is dropped into
water, the IPX7 waterproof construction will protect it from harm (1 m depth for
30 minutes). The compact and durable body also has been tested to U.S. military
specifications (MIL-STD 810).
Rechargeable Li-ion Battery for Extra Long Battery Life
With the standard 1950 mAh (typ.) Li-Ion battery pack, BP-227UL, the IC-M88 UL
version allows you up to 19 hours of operating time.*
* Typical operation; Tx:Rx:Stand-by duty ratio = 5:5:90
22 Programmable Channels for LMR Use
The IC-M88 UL version has 22 programmable channels for LMR use* (146–174
MHz). CTCSS and DTCS signaling is built-in.
* Appropriate license will be required.
Optional Waterproof Speaker-Microphone, HM-168IS
An optional waterproof speaker-microphone, HM-168IS, provides reliable operation, allowing you to wear the IC-M88 on your belt for added portable convenience.
Built-in Voice Scrambler
The IC-M88 UL version has a built-in 32 code voice scrambler, depending on version. The voice scramble is compatible with the UT-112 which is adopted to some
Icom marine radios.