65 W Powerful RF Output Power
The Icom IC-V3500 is a rugged 2 m mobile transceiver providing powerful 65 W* of output power. Its large heatsink maintains stable output even during continuous transmission.
* Output power differs depending on version and specific regulatory requirements.
Modern White Display and Simple Operation
While the Icom IC-V3500 retains a simple user interface despite additional function updates for an easy to use radio. The white LCD backlight offers a better readability suitable for mobile operation. The bottom of the display indicates the available functions of the front panel buttons directly below the display.
4.5 W Loud and Clear Audio Output
The Icom IC-V3500 provides class-leading 4.5 W loud audio from the built-in speaker. By improving the frequency response of the speaker and increasing opening slit, the voice is clearly audible and easy to hear.
Instant Volume Loud and Mute Functions
You can temporarily change the volume to a preset level with a simple operation. It can be used as a One-touch mute function by preset volume to zero.
Emergency Call and Alert Functions
In the case of an emergency, the emergency call function alternatively sends an emergency beep and hot microphone audio to let the receiver to know that an emergency has occurred. At the same time, an emergency alarm sounds from the IC-V3500 speaker to notify the people around you of your existence and situation.
Countermeasures against Counterfeit Products
The “3D GENUINE Icom label” and “QR Code Genuineness Determi-nation System” are attached for proof of authentication.
Check the Icom website for details
- A total of 207 memory channels with 6 character channel name
- Dynamic bank link scan function scans all memory channels in the selected banks
- Built-in CTCSS and DTCS encoder/decoder
- Up to 16 DTMF autodial memory channels
- Tough construction to pass the MIL-STD 810 G specifications
- Weather channel receive and weather alert function (USA version only)
- Free download PC programming software, CS-V3500
- Auto repeater function (USA version only)
- Priority watch function
- Wide/narrow channel setting
- Power supply voltage display
- Most of functions are programmable from remote-control microphone
|Frequency coverage||USA version||Transmit||144–148 MHz|
|TPE Version, KOR Version||Transmit/Receive||144–146 MHz|
|THA Version||Transmit/Receive||144–147 MHz|
|Number of memory channels||207 channels (including 1 call and 6 scan edges)|
|Type of emission||F2D, F3E (FM)|
|Frequency stability||±3 ppm|
|Power supply requirement||13.8 V DC ±15%|
|Current drain (approximate)||Tx 65 W||11 A|
|Rx Max. audio/Stand-by||1.5 A/0.4 A|
|Antenna impedance||50 Ω (SO-239)|
|Operating temperature range||–10°C to +60°C; 14°F to +140°F|
(W × H × D; Projections not included)
|140 × 40 × 118 mm;
5.5 × 1.6 × 4.6 in
|Weight (approximate)||1.1 kg; 2.4 lb|
* Guaranteed range TX/RX: 144–148 MHz.
|Output power (13.8 V DC)||USA version||65 W, 25 W, 10 W, 5 W|
|TPE version||24 W, 10 W, 5 W|
|KOR version||50 W, 25 W, 10 W, 5 W|
|THA version||60 W, 25 W, 10 W, 5 W|
|Max. frequency deviation||±5.0 kHz/±2.5 kHz (W/N)|
|Spurious emissions||Less than –60 dBc|
|Microphone impedance||600 Ω (8-pin modular)|
|Sensitivity (at 12 dB SINAD)||Less than 0.18 μV|
|Selectivity||Wide||More than 6 kHz (at 6 dB)
Less than 14 kHz (at 60 dB)
|Narrow||More than 3 kHz (at 6 dB)
Less than 9 kHz (at 55 dB)
|Spurious response||More than 60 dB|
|Audio output power||4.5 W typ. (10% dist., 4 Ω load)|
|Ext. speaker connector||2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (1/8ʺ)/4 Ω|
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
Applicable U.S. Military Specifications
|Low Pressure||500.5||I, II|
|High Temperature||501.5||I, II|
|Low Temperature||502.5||I, II|
Also meets equivalent MIL-STD-810-C, -D -E and -F.
Catalogs / Brochures
Instruction Manual / Guides
|MARINE CHANNEL MODE GUIDE||IC-V3500|
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