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Icom IC-A210 Panel Mount VHF Air Band Transceiver information
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Icom IC-A210 Panel Mount VHF Air Band Transceiver

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Icom IC-A210 Panel Mount VHF Air Band Transceiver

The new Icom IC-A210 is more versatile, and has more features than any other panel mounted com transceiver on the market. The unique Organic LED display is brighter, has more contrast, and has a wider viewing angle. Other features include a built-in voice activated two place intercom with independent volume and squelch controls, 14v or 28v operation, instant 121.5 emergency button, active/standby flip/flop frequency selection, powerful 8 watt transmitter that is 8.3 kHZ compatible, and NOAA Weather channels. The IC-A210 also allows you to listen to the standby frequency, and can interface to most GPS's so you can transfer frequencies directly from the GPS database into the radio.

Large, bright OLED display
A fixed mount VFH airband first! The IC-A210 has an organic light emitting diode (OLED) display. The OLED display emits light by itself and the display offers many advantages in brightness, vividness, high contrast, wide viewing angle and response time compared to a conventional display. In addition, the auto dimmer function adjusts the display for optimum brightness at day or night.

Easy Channel Selection
It's fast and easy to select any of the memory channels in the Icom IC-A210. The "flip-flop" arrow button switches between main and stand-by channels. The dualwatch function allows you to monitor two channels simultaneously. In addition, the auto stack memory stores the last 10 channels used and allows you to recall those channels easily.

GPS Memory Function
When connected to an external GPS receiver equipped with an airport frequency database, the frequency data such as nearby airports can be transferred and made available in the Icom IC-A210.

12V/24V DC Power Source
The built-in DC-DC converter accepts a 12/24V DC power source. The Icom IC-A210 is easily installed in most airplanes or vehicles.

Intercom Functions
The Icom IC-A210 has a built-in voice activated intercom function allowing the pilot to talk with the copilot via the headset. The IC-A210 has adjustable audio level and squelch control functions.

Easy Installation
The Icom IC-A210 neatly fits inside the common mounting brackets used on most airplanes including Icom's IC-A200. The IC-A210 can be interchanged with most panel mount radios including Icom's IC-A200, Honeywell Bendix/King KY96A/KY97A and Garmin's SL40. A bracket adapter will be supplied with the IC-A210.

Other Features:

  • 10 regular memory channels with a 6-character channel name
  • 200 group memory channels (20 channel x 10 banks) with a channel tag
  • NOAA weather channel receive (USA version only)
  • One touch access to 121.5 MHz emergency frequency
  • Side tone function for monitoring your voice with headset
  • ANL (Automatic Noise Limiter) function reduces pulse type noise
  • Remote control capability
  • Time-out-timer
  • VFO Scan
  • PC Programming capability
  • Dial lock and panel lock
  • Squelch test function
  • This is NOT FAA TSO approved for certified aircraft

Size (WxHxD): 6 5/16" x 1 11/32" x 10 21/32" (160x34x271 mm).
Weight: 2.2 lbs.


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Customer Reviews For Icom IC-A210 Panel Mount VHF Air Band Transceiver:
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Tuesday, July 10, 2012
by George from Spring Hill FL USA 
Pros: Large easy to read numbers.
Cons: None yet.
Review: It met all expectations. Works great, I hope it lasts long.
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Tuesday, April 03, 2012
Easy to use. Suits my needs perfectly.
by Harry from Sanford FL USA 

Pros: I like the memory function
Review: It met my expectations.
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Monday, February 14, 2011
Good radio, useless intercom
by Jimmie Blackwell from Cedar Park TX USA 

Pros: Good receiver
Cons: Useless intercomm
Review: I decided on this radio because of the vox activated intercom. The noise level in my Sonex makes the intercom unusable. Icom missed the mark on this radio and I wasted $1200.00. I want Icom to
fix the design flaw and send me a new radio.
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Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Great Radio at good price
by Jon a Thorp T18 flyer from Fallbrook CA USA 

Pros: easy installation, easy to use
Review: I upgraded to the Icom from a Narco Escort2 built in 1974. Having an experimental means this is not a real chore. The Narco had worked OK for 3 years from first flight, but on the last few fights I was getting comments about clarity. That meant time for an upgrade. The new radio is in and appears to be working fine. No long trips since installation, but local traffic hears me clearly, and the receiver picks up aircraft that are about 100 mile away in the pattern of a different airport.
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Monday, November 19, 2007
Icom IC A210
by Nolan V. Frederick from Boulder CO USA 

Pros: Display is especially nice.
Review: Product is very nice. Treatment by Icom was prompt and curteous (needed a couple of card-edge connector keys). I appreciate the new display and display colors.
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Previous Customer Questions For Icom IC-A210 Panel Mount VHF Air Band Transceiver:
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On Monday, May 23, 2011 a customer asked:
I have a King KY 92. Must I modify the tray or wiring plug in the aircraft for direct replacement.
A: This will fit in the same tray at the KY92, however the wiring harness (included) will most likely need to be changed.

On Wednesday, October 21, 2009 a customer asked:
What is the warranty of the IC-A210, and what does it cover?
A: This product has a 2 year warranty covering defects in material and workmanship.

On Friday, August 21, 2009 a customer asked:
Does the IC-A210 have 760 VHF Com channels?
A: The Icom IC-A210 provides communication (transmit and receive) capability on the International Aircraft Communication Band "COM" band: 118 to 136.975 MHz with 25 kHz spacing.

On Saturday, April 25, 2009 a customer asked:
Will the Icom A210 be a slide-in replacement for the King KY92?

Yes, it is interchangeable with the Bendix King radios. 

On Friday, April 24, 2009 a customer asked:
About 18 months ago you said the TSO'd verison was about 12 months out. What is the latest news on the subject? Thanks.
A: At this time we do not have word from Icom regarding a TSO version as of yet. We will keep our website updated with any new information that we receive.

On Tuesday, March 31, 2009 a customer asked:
can you input a stereo audio source (ipod, xm radio, etc)?
A: This transceiver does have auxiliary input, however it would not be stereo.

On Friday, January 09, 2009 a customer asked:
I have an Icom A-200 which I think is failing/has failed. Will the A210 directly replace the A200 (i.e. just slide it in the bracket and go) or do I need to rewire my panel (this is an experimental aircraft). Thanks! Brian
A: This A210 is designed to fit most mounting brackets and will definitely swap out with the setup for the A200.

On Tuesday, January 06, 2009 a customer asked:
Does it come with mounting tray and will it work with a Garmin 296 for rwdio freqs??
A: Yes, this can be interfaced with the Garmin 296 and it does include the mounting bracket.  The installation details and included parts are outlined in this IC-A210 Installation Guide.

On Thursday, January 17, 2008 a customer asked:
Does the A210 provide the ability to listen to atis and ATC simultaneously or does it act more like a scanner? If it scans back and forth between frequencies until it locks onto a transmission, then it would not provide the same usefulness as a transciever that receives transmissions on two frequencies simultaneously.
A: The IC-A210 allows you to "monitor" two frequencies but does NOT allow you to actually listen to two different frequencies simultaneously. Whenever it hears something on one of the two dualwatch frequencies it will switch to that frequency until it's complete and then switch back to the primary frequency. However, if while listening to something on the standby frequency you may miss something on the primary while it was switched over.

On Tuesday, November 13, 2007 a customer asked:
Is the dualwatch function the ability to monitor the standby freq?? That sounds like a good thing to have why did they not advertise it??
A: Yes, the dualwatch function allows you to monitor two channels simultaneously. This has been advertised as one of the new features of the IC-A210.

On Wednesday, October 31, 2007 a customer asked:
will the A210 interface with the Lowerance 2000c? Does the radio come with the proper cables to connect with the 2000c? Also if not what is the price of the cable ?
A: The A210 does not come with a wiring harness at all. You will need to wire the radio for the functions you need to use, including the GPS.

On Wednesday, October 31, 2007 a customer asked:
Do you need a separate PTT for the intercom, or will it work on the basis of VOX? How does the intercom function react with the normal VHF radio operation? Will the output from which ever mic is in use be transmitted when the main PTT is pressed?
A: When the radio is wired for pilot and co-pilot, and when the VOX intercom is selected in the radio's set mode (along with the volume levels for each headset), the pilot and co-pilot will be able to communicate as long as the intercom switch is installed and closed. This is not a push-to-talk switch but a toggle switch that allows the pilot to isolate the co-pilot if he/she desires. If you wish to jumper between the contacts to keep the "switch" closed all of the time, you can do that and not install a separate switch at all.

On Tuesday, October 30, 2007 a customer asked:
Does the A210 radio have 8.33khz spacing?
A: Yes, the A210 can be used with the 8.33 KHz channel spacing, but it first must be set up in the software of the radio by an Icom service center. Due to FCC restrictions, Icom cannot release the software directly to end users.

On Wednesday, October 24, 2007 a customer asked:
What, exactly, are the pro's and con's of TSO'd and non TSO'd? My airplane is not used for hire, am I required to have a TSO'd radio?
A: You may install a non-TSO'd unit (such as the IC-A210), into a certified airplane (i.e. Cessna, Piper, Mooney, Beech, etc.) ONLY if you first request and obtain an FAA field approval first. If you have an Expirmental Aircraft you can install a non-TSO'd unit such as the IC-A210 without any issues. Here is a link to the FAA Field Approval page that may give you a start.

On Wednesday, October 24, 2007 a customer asked:
Does the A210 have the same intercom as the A200 which is very awkward to use? Is the one in the A210 a usable intercom?
A: The IC-A210 has an all new built in two place VOX intercom with audio panel. You can read more about it by looking at the Instruction Guide and Installation Guide under "Other Helpful Documents" on the IC-A210 on our website.

On Wednesday, October 17, 2007 a customer asked:
Do you have any word of the TSO version of the Icom A210? I understand it was potentially to be released this fall sometime. Thanks...
A: According to an email that we received from the VP of Sales at Icom in late September 2007:

"The TSO'd version is about 9 - 12 months away! ICOM AMERICA, INC. has to do the TSO process here in the US ourselves and it takes about 12 months."

On Monday, August 20, 2007 a customer asked:
I would like to know if the Icom A 210 will directly replace the Bendix/King KY97A, in the same tray with the same plug, or does it require rewiring, in order to function. Can I switch them back and forth or do I need to budget for installation? Thanks Gil
A: The A210 does interchange easily with the Bendix/King KY97A. Included with the package is also a bracket adapter.



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