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Icom IC-A6 COM Transceiver


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Icom IC-A6 COM Transceiver


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The IC-A24/A6 has a completely renewed style with a large LCD and speaker. It offers simple operation by way of a minimum of practical functions. With its stylish design and reliable performance, the IC-A24/A6 series is a fitting successor to the award winning IC-A23 / IC-A5.

FEATURES:

  • Durable, stylish, and compact body (5-3/32 x 2-1/8 x 1-13/32 in.  15.2 oz.)
  • New channel recall function
  • Simultaneous operating and charging from external power source
  • Dedicated 121.5MHz Emergency key (Programmed with 121.5MHz homing frequency)
  • Water resistant, equivalent to IPX4
  • 200 alphanumeric memory channels with memory banks
  • Side Tone function

Easy to use while flying
Simple one-handed operation is the most essential feature of the IC-A24/A6. The well labeled, large keypad provides user friendly operation. The large display shows both letters and numbers and is easy to see, making for fast frequency recognition. The display is back lit, and so is the keypad. The light stays on until you turn it off- a very handy feature for flying at night. On the side of the radio, it has a non-slip slit to prevent accidental dropping.

"Flip-flop Plus" channel recall
The IC-A24/A6 stores the last 10 channels used. You can easily recall those channels by pushing the "flip-flop" recall buttons on the front panel. It is convenient for switching between several channels, such as NAV and COM channels.

External DC power jack
An external DC power jack allows for operation with the included wall charger, BC-110 or the cigarette lighter cable, CP-20. When the battery pack is installed, simultaneous charging during operation is also possible. In addition, an optional battery case, BP-208N is available.

Water resistant construction
The water resistant construction provides reliable operation in wet conditions. Equivalent to IPX4 (IEC Standard Publication 529 IPX4 - protection against water splashed from any direction).

Large Alphanumeric LCD:
For the function display, a 6-character 14-segment alphanumeric LCD is employed to make a variety of information visually recognizable immediately. An automatic LCD backlight is standard for night time operation. Channel recall function: New for the IC-A24/A6, this function automatically memorized the last 10 used channels. You can easily recall those channels by pushing the recall buttons on the front panel. It is very convenient for switching between several channels at a time, such as NAV channels and COM channels etc.

Dedicated 121.5MHz Emergency Key:
A dedicated red emergency key programmed with a 121.5MHz homing frequency is equipped to give you extra confidence in the event of an emergency.

Large 200 Memory Channel Capacity With Memory Banks:
A total of 200 memory channels can be named with a 6-character channel name for easy recognition. By grouping these channels into 10 memory banks, quick and easy operation is possible.

Side Tone Function:
The side tone function allows you to hear your own voice via a headset. By monitoring your own voice, this function eliminates unnecessary shouting on a noisy runway. Side tone level is adjustable from the transceiver. (Headset Adapter Cable and external aviation headset are required.)

Variety Of Scanning Functions:
The COM band scan checks all of the busy COM band channels, and the memory scan checks the tagged memory channels. Weather channel scan is also possible.

Other Functions:

  • NOAA Weather Channels
  • 5W (PEP) Output Power
  • Low Battery Indication & Over Voltage Alert
  • BNC Type Antenna Connector
  • Keypad Backlighting
  • ANL (Auto Noise Limiter) reduces noise components

Included:

  • Belt clip MB-103
  • Wall charger: BC-110AR
  • Antenna, FA-B02AR
  • 1650 MaH NiMH Battery pack: BP-210N
  • Headset adapter, OPC-499

SPECIFICATIONS:
GENERAL:

  • Frequency Range:
    Transmit IC-A24/A6 118-000-136.975MHz
    Receive IC-A24 108-000-136.975MHz
    IC-A6 118-000-136.975MHz
    WX 161.650-163.275MHz
  • Channel Spacing 25 kHz
  • Mode AM (6K00A3E)
    16K0G3E (WX Channels)
  • No. of Memory Channels 200 Channels / 10 banks
  • Antenna Impedance 50Ω Nominal (BNC type)
  • Power Supply Requirement 7.4/7.2V DC battery pack 11.0V DC external DC Jack
  • Current Drain @7.2V DC
    Transmit 1.5A typ.
    Receive AF Max. 300mA typ.
    Stand-by 70mA typ.
  • Operating Temp. Range -10ºC to +60ºC
    14ºF to +140ºF
  • Dimensions (HxWxD) 129.3x54x35.5 mm (projections not included) 5-3/32x2-1/8x1-13/32 in.
  • Weight (approx.) 430g; 15.2oz (with antenna & BP-210N)

TRANSMITTER:

  • Output Power @ 7.2V 5.0W typ. PEP 1.5W typ. CW
  • Modulation System Low Level Modulation
  • Modulation Limiting 70-100%
  • Audio Harmonic Distortion Less than 10%@60% mod
  • Hum and Noise Ratio More than 35dB
  • Spurious Emissions More than 46dB
    (Except operating Frequency +62.5kHz point)
  • Frequency Stability +5ppm (room temp)
  • Microphone Impedance More than 100KΩ

RECEIVER:

  •  Intermediate Frequency: 1st 30.05MHz
    2nd 450kHz
  • Sensitivity (typical)
    NAV AM 6dB S/N Less than 0.71µV
    COM AM 6dB S/N Less than 0.5µV
    WX FM 12dB SINAD Less than 0.22µV
  • Threshold Squelch Sensitivity
    AM Less than 1µV
    FM Less than 0.45µV
  • Selectivity More than 7.5kHz/6dB
    Less than 25kHz/60dB
  • Spurious Response
    AM More than 60dB
    FM More than 30dB
  • Audio Output Power More than 500mW
    (8Ω load 10% dist. 30% mod.)
  • Hum and Noise More than 40dB @
    30% mod

 

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Customer Reviews For Icom IC-A6 COM Transceiver:
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Friday, August 22, 2014
It works as advertised.
by Jim from Baytown TX USA 

Pros: Stored favorites easy to access.
Cons: Will not receive or transmit properly while connected to plane power.
Review: Easy to use in flight.
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Thursday, August 21, 2014
Great Product
by Scott from Northridge CA USA 

Pros: Well built, good reception, easy to use
Cons: A bit heavy but I think that is because it is well built
Review: This radio is well made and easy to operate. Fortunately I have not had to utilize it for any emergencies but I use it regularly to listen to the ATIS before starting my engine. The reception is clear and I feel I will get many years of good service from it.
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Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Don't judge a book by its cover
by daniel from Bridgeport CT USA 

Pros: Quality and solid
Cons: Don't have
Review: Battery seems to drain quickly, needs to be charged daily.  Otherwise..... very easy to operate it.
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Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Good quality product
by Galen from Mount Vernon IL USA 

Pros: Quality and solid
Cons: Need battery life indicator
Review: Quality excellent. Durability excellent. It needs a battery life graphic. It doesn't do any good when the batter only has 5 minutes left to then show that graph. that should display at all times, including when charging so you know it is charged.
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Monday, June 04, 2012
Icom needs design imporvement
by mark from Turners Falls MA USA 

Pros: rugged controls
Cons: Fails to charge battery while powered up/tunred on, complex user interface, manual is poorly written
Review: As others warned, the manual is useless. Icom ought to redesign the user interface such that there's less of a need for a manual. If it was easier to set the channels the lack of an English language manual wouldn't be such a problem. And while the unit 'does what it needs to do', but lack of battery charging capability while turned on remains a serious performance and safety shortcoming. If you forget to charge the battery but then expect it to perform as a reliable backup you'll be stuck with no radio even if the aircraft has DC power. They basically forgot to add a simple steering diode to the DC power supply circuit.
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Wednesday, October 19, 2011
I would buy this product again
by Ricardo from New York NY USA 

Cons: Don't have.
Review: It met my expectations. It is the best transceiver that I could find.  Very easy to operate. Excelent. I recomend.
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Tuesday, August 09, 2011
EXCELLENT
by etienne from PONTARLIER . France 

Review: Excellent,thank you very much,and I would buy this product again at MyPilotStore !
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Sunday, July 24, 2011
Not worth the MONEY
by Mark from Chicago, IL: 

Pros: none
Review: I have owned two icoms with the same result twice.....POOR QUALITY and low reliability. Tech support is almost non-existent. Poor Charging and batteries never stay charged. Constant hum and static.
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Monday, March 14, 2011
A6 and ICOM not helpful
by Skyflire from Chandler, Az. 

Pros: It fits in the plane.
Cons: Charger poor, Manual terrible - difficult to follow and program the unit.
Review: I use the A6. I had one hell of a time making it work without a constant hum in the background every time we tried to transmit.... a small problem???? I met with ICOM at Oshkosh EAA and they were little help - saying that the unit is overpowered for small planes. We eventually got a fix through the Comtronic headset/intercom people. It has worked fine with the addition of a special filter provided by Comtronics. I am currently having problems once again with the hum and can't figure it out yet. I may plug in my A-21 and use the A6 for a spare, or.... donate it to Goodwill :)
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Tuesday, March 01, 2011
Good product
by Graham from Charleston SC USA 

Pros: Compact
Cons: Complex
Review: All good.
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Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Works Great
by Colin from Austin TX USA 

Review: No complaints. Solid design.
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Sunday, April 11, 2010
Hate it, bought an older model
by Geezer from Seattle, WA 

Pros: Large screen
Cons: Battery life stinks, manual terrible, programming to difficult.
Review: I'm in Search and Rescue and this is the worst radio I've ever purchased. In process of selling it. The radio battery drains instantly, won't hold charge after charging. Programming is aweful. Instructions stink. I went on eBay and bought a used A4 and am extremely pleased. Don't buy this radio, you will be sorry.
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Monday, February 15, 2010
Very rugged unit
by Travis from Dry Ridge KY USA 

Pros: sturdy unit
Cons: Battery seems to drain quickly, needs to be charged daily
Review: Well built and rugged. Sealed from the elements. This is the 5th unit purchased for the maintenance operation and all 5 going strong.
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Friday, October 23, 2009
by Charles from Lincoln MT USA 
Pros: operation good
Cons: the book could be a little simplier
Review: Its a good outfit except I would like a "quick and dirty"card to carry with the unit so I can do some of the simple things like chage freqs etc.The book is a little complicated for an old guy.The motto here is KISS! Charlie S
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Monday, September 21, 2009
IC-A6 MANUAL IS USELESS
by frustrated..and sorry i paid good money from uk 

Pros: if i could tune the damn thing in i could comment
Cons: employ someone who can knows how to put some english words together
Review: THE STAR RATING IS REGARDING THE ABSOLUTELY USELESS MANUAL. I PAID GOOD MONEY FOR THIS UNIT AND THE MANUAL FOR IT IS PATHETIC,WHAT MUPPET WROTE IT,AND WHO OR WHAT WAS IT WRITEN FOR.I AGREE WHOEVER WROTE IT DOES NOT SPEAK ENGLISH. FOR GODS SAKE SOMEONE [DO A PROPER INSTRUCTION MANUAL][IN PLAIN ENGLISH]
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Thursday, August 13, 2009
by donald from kerikeri . New Zealand 
Review: I'm very happy with the product but I was unaware that the battery charger is not suitable for the New Zealand power supply and I was forced to purchase a battery charger here that was compatable. Your charger has an input of AC120V and output of DC12V and the New Zealand one has an Input 240V output 12V Could I suggest that purchasers in other countries be made aware of your power supply
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Wednesday, July 29, 2009
easy to use
by Tedd from Reno NV USA 

Review: Very user friendly just sad that they had to change the configurations for power supply.
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Saturday, July 04, 2009
Not Bad but Not the Best
by A Customer from Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

Pros: Nice design, large display, but looks aren't everything
Cons: charging options, battery consumption, price of accessories.
Review: After owning this transceiver for a couple years now there are a couple things which could be improved. The cigarette adapter does NOT charge the radio unlike the Yaesu VXA-220 which will power the radio AND charge the battery at the same time. This is a big setback. You start with a low battery and after flying you end with a low battery. Not good if you want to go to battery power for some reason. Unable to tell if the battery is fully charged and for some reason after 10+ hours on charge the low battery indicator comes on during transmit. Must buy Icom high priced accessories like the cigarette adapter which is 11 volts out. The Yaesu VXA-220 will run from any 12 volt cigarette adapter providing the polarity and plug size is compatible. NO 8.33 khz spacing. The Yaesu does 8.33khz. Replacement batteries for the Icom are expensive as well as the rapid charger. The Yaesu batteries are cheap and plentiful off of Ebay. Accessories for the Icom are EXPENSIVE! Money grab. Price out the accessories for the Icom and the Yaesu and you will see a big difference. Audio quality is not bad though the Yaesu boasts .700 milliwatts of audio power. The Icom only .500mw. So why don't we see more Yaesu VXA-220 for sale from flight shops? Price point. Profit margin is probably higher on the Icom. The Yaesu VXA-220 got good reviews, the Yaesu VXA-300 Pilot III did NOT.
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Monday, June 08, 2009
by James from Lafayette, LA USA 
Pros: Good battery life, clear, performs
Cons: Should come with "drop in" battery charger
Review: This radio does everything it claims. Before I made a decision on a radio I read all of the reviews I could find. Everyone was satisfied with the radio but complained about the difficulty of learning to use it and the lack of instructions. Well, I don't usually take the time to write reviews but I have to say that the radio is very easy to figure out! If you are buying this radio for the application it is intended for (Flying), and you can't figure this out, quit flying please. GOOD RADIO, TOUGH, DOES THE JOB. USE EXTERNAL ANTENNA.
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Sunday, April 05, 2009
Its a great radio for ULM comunications but with some whiz
by Javier Suarez from Pachuca mexico 

Review: Inside my expectations.
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Thursday, November 20, 2008
Product is recomended as replacement or experienced user
by A Customer from columbia MO USA 

Review: Product apears to work as described however, I had to be instructed by a flight instructor in order to utilize it properly. I dont think the person that wrote the directions speaks english.
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Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Very good product.
by Dag Kristiansen from Borgenhaugen Norway 

Review: I'm very pleased with this product and mypilotstore.com
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Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Better Then a Yaesu
by hondroid from Ontario 

Pros: Good RX audio, build quality, durable.
Cons: Battery consumption. Speaker should be at the top then the display and keypad.
Review: Great radio for the price. Instructions are lacking but if you can obtain a Private Pilot License or higher you should be able to figure out how to operate this basic radio.
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Friday, August 22, 2008
cheapass
by joe from tulsa OK USA 

Pros: cool looking
Cons: doesnt work worth a damn
Review: pitched it
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Saturday, August 16, 2008
Love it
by Jeanne Matisse 172M from Port Orange FL USA 

Pros: Easy to read easy to operate
Cons: Afraid of damage by overcharging.
Review: Delighted with my Icom IC-A6. Every pilot should have one in his/her flybag and abord the plane.
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Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Solid and reliable
by Dave from Olympia WA USA 

Pros: Reliable and easy to use
Cons: a little heavier than it looks.
Review: Quick delivery at an excellent price. Radio is a bit on the heavy side, but I suppose that makes it more durable. It has been easy to tune and use for monitoring airport frequencies and weather
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Thursday, June 12, 2008
Terribly Disappointed
by Charley from Ontario, Canada 

Pros: It is reported to be an excellent product.
Cons: The instructions are hugely lacking in ...well...instructions!
Review: It is probably a good product, but it is difficult to imagine how any corporation could produce such an item and then fail to provide decent instructions for its operation. The manual seems to be "hit and miss" jumping illogically from one topic to another. I have to conclude that it is a good product, but now I have to find help in using it.
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Tuesday, May 20, 2008
AWESOME RADIO, VERY POWERFUL
by Freeway's Brother from SSE of airport KROS, MN 

Pros: Good power and range, backlight stays on.
Cons: Tough to program if you are unfamiliar with Icom's menu system.
Review: My Brother is a CFI-I MEI and I live in the area of his flights, and I use this radio to talk with him all the time, I got the "sport" version from my parents for Christmas, which included a OPC-499 ADAPTER and an alkaline battery pack. It is complicated to program the memory channels, and the functions are difficult at times, but that is an "ICOM" thing. I have a IC-706 & IC-706MKIIG and their functions are difficult at times too.
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Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Best ICOM
by Michael Harwood, CFI from Wildwood FL USA 

Pros: Feature rich programming and frequency storage
Cons: Could be a little smaller
Review: The ICOM A6 is a great radio. Once you learn the functionality, it's very easy to program frequencies. I use separate memories channels for vary needs. I have programmed all the AWOS and ASOS in my flying area for easy lookup with the airport ID. I instruct and use this radio extensively in Light Sport Aircraft.
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Saturday, December 29, 2007
Difficult to program.
by Doug Rodrigues from Sparks, Nv. 

Pros: Good quality.
Cons: Instruction manual can only be classified as almost worthless..
Review: Four stars for the quality of the unit. Easy to enter one frequency to use, but still cannot figure out how to program into the memory banks or scan? Surely someone could have written instructions that make sense?! Following instructions exactly as written, the radio's memory banks still cannot be used. It's as thhough the instruction manual was written for a different model radio! If my life depended on it, I still cannot figure out how to use the memory banks!
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Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Great buy! more than I had hoped for.
by Wilber (Bill) from Thomaston ME USA 

Pros: I feel that ICOM is the leader in communication.
Review: My Icom A6 transceiver is all that I had hoped it would be. It more than meets my needs and I have come to rely on it with complete confidence.It's very easy to operate and the screen is very easy to read while in flight.
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Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Good radio.... nice size
by A Customer from Shreveport LA USA 

Review: Works as stated. clear and easy to use
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Saturday, August 25, 2007
by Wilbur from Thomaston, ME 
Review: I am totally satisfied with my ICOM tranceiver.
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Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Great Product
by Lars Slate from Chandler, AZ 

Pros: Perfect size even for large hands. Great readout.
Cons: If I had to pick one I wish it had more than 6 Chars to customize the memory names.
Review: After looking at Radios for weeks I decided on this one. Did not need the NAV as it would be rare to use a back up, most of us have a hand held gps, etc.

Read an shootout on radios and the ICOM and Sportys came out on top.

Sure the manual is vague but if you spend a little extra effort you can learn it very fast.
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Monday, April 16, 2007
Very User Unfriendly
by A Customer from Florida 

Cons: Extremely difficult to program to scan a set of frequencies. Plus many others.
Review: It requires the pressing of too many buttons to accomplish a single task. No task is obvious from the labeling of the buttons. You need to have the user manual open to the proper page to be able to get it to do anything. And then, it still sometimes doesn't work because the user manual is incorrect or so vague as to be useless.
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Wednesday, December 27, 2006
by A Customer from MINNESOTA 
Review: I LOVE IT
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Monday, December 11, 2006
by Duane Mitchell from Tallahassee, FL 
Review: The transciever is excellent but as a longtime technical writer/editor I am qualified to judge the instruction manual as the worst I have ever seen. Somebody needs to spend a few bucks to have it revised and sent as a supplement to customers who are stuck trying to figure out how this great transciever works. An on-line revision would help.
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On Sunday, June 24, 2012 a customer asked:
Q:
Do you sell the antenna for the IC-A6 separately?
A: Yes, we offer the Replacement Antenna for Icom Handhelds that is the same as the one originally supplied with the transceiver.

On Saturday, April 30, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
Can the AA battery pack be used?
A: Sure, the Alkaline Battery Case is sold separate here:  Icom Alkaline Battery Case for IC-A6.

On Monday, March 07, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
Do you need a FCC license for this Radio to use in US
A: No, there is no license required.

On Wednesday, April 29, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
Is the icom IC-A6 compatible with Telex Airman 750 Headsets?
A: Yes, you can plug the Telex Airman 750 directly into the headset adapter that is supplied with the Icom IC-A6.

On Monday, April 13, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
Is this headset comptible with david clark headsets, and PTT switches?
A: You will need to use the included OPC-499 headset adapter with the Icom brand Push-to-Talk switch. It will connect just fine with any fixed wing headset that has the standard dual plug setup.

On Sunday, March 22, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
how can you tell when it's fully charged and after all the complaints, are there any revised instructions, they might as well have sent it to me without any at all. thanks.
A: There are no indicators to determine when the battery is fully charged. Icom recommends charging for a minimum of 8 hours and no more than 12 hours. We are not aware of any planned updates to the instructions, however you may be able to contact Icom directly to ask about that. Their number is 800-426-7983.

On Wednesday, December 24, 2008 a customer asked:
Q:
Do you deliver this radio with a JAA FORM ONE ? It's needing to use it on flying in Europe.
A: The FAA 8130-3/JAA Form 1 is an Airworthiness Approval tag that would not be applicable to a portable transceiver (in the United States).  Therefore, this transceiver does not include the FAA 8130-3 or the JAA Form 1.

On Saturday, June 14, 2008 a customer asked:
Q:
Does ICOM make a quick charger (drop in) for the A6?
A: Yes, there is a Rapid Desktop Charger available. You would also need the AD-101 Cup for the IC-A6.

On Saturday, May 17, 2008 a customer asked:
Q:
can I use the cigarette lighther adapter for the ic-A23 with the ic-A6 ?
A: The cigarette lighter adapter for the IC-A6/A24 is different than the one used with the IC-A5/A23 and, very unfortunately, they are not compatible.  If you have the IC-A6 you will need either the genuine Icom CP-20 Cigarette Lighter Adapter or a third party CP-11L Cigarette Lighter Adapter for the IC-A6.  The IC-A23 uses the CP-12L adapter.

On Wednesday, December 12, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
Will it be possible to charge the transceiver in europe (220V) without buying an aditional charging device?
A: You would either need to have an adapter to convert from the 110V to the 220V or get the wall charger at: Icom 220V Wall Charger for IC-A6 / IC-A24.

On Sunday, October 14, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
Can i use my ptt switch ? (portable)
A: You will want to use the Icom Push-To-Talk with this transceiver.

On Wednesday, October 03, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
What portable intercoms/headsets work with the Icom A-6. I am looking at the sigtronics intercom with the telex eschlon 20 headsets. would this be compatible with the Icom A-6?
A: Yes, this transceiver would work with both the Sigtronics intercom and the Telex headset.

On Sunday, January 28, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
what are the differences between the ICA24 and IC-A6 besides the VOR capability of the A24? any others? it seems to be a $50 difference, a spare battery would make them the same cost.
A: The only difference between the two transceivers is the VOR navigation feature. Otherwise, they are identical.


 

 

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