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  • Page 1

    HX870 6 Watt VHF/FM Floating Class D DSC Marine Transceiver with GPS Owner’s Manual HX870 Page 1...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    11.2.1 Setting Up Routing Directory ..........86 9.3 GPS LOGGER OPERATION .............37 11.2.2 Starting and Stopping Route Navigation ......88 11.2.3 Changing the Destination ..........89 10 DIGITAL SELECTIVE CALLING (DSC) ..........38 10.1 GENERAL ..................38 11.2.4 Selecting Automatic or Manual Routing ......89 Page 2 HX870...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    15.12 SUMMARY OF THE DSC SETUP MENU........112 16 GPS SETUP ..................113 16.1 GPS ON/OFF ................113 16.2 POWER SAVE .................113 16.3 DISPLAY DIRECTION .............114 16.4 LOCATION FORMAT ...............115 16.5 TIME OFFSET .................115 16.6 TIME AREA ................115 16.7 TIME FORMAT.................115 16.8 UNITS OF MEASURE .............116 HX870 Page 3...

  • Page 4: Quick Reference

    The HX870 is equipped with the E2O (Easy-To-Operate) menu system. Basic operation may be accomplished by following the procedure below:  : Press and hold to turn on/off the transceiver.  PTT (Push-To-Talk): Activates the transmitter when pressed.

  • Page 5: Radio Care

    STANDARD HORIZON technical support personnel stand behind every product sold, and we invite you to contact us by phone (800) 767-2450. We appreciate your purchase of the HX870, and encourage you to read this manual thoroughly, so as to learn and fully understand the capabilities of the HX870.

  • Page 6: General Information

    The HX870 is capable of DSC (Digital Selective Calling) ITU-R M.493 Class D operation. Class D operation allows continuous receiving of Digital Selective Calling functions on channel 70 even if the radio is receiving a call. The HX870 operates on all currently-allocated marine channels which are switchable for use with USA, International, or Canadian regulations.

  • Page 7: Optional Accessories

     : “B” suffix is for use with 120 VAC (Type-A plug), “C” suffix is for use with 230 VAC (Type-C plug), and “U” suffix is for use with 230 VAC (Type-BF plug).           HX870 Page 7...

  • Page 8: Online Warranty Registration (in Usa Or Canada Only)

    HORIZON website. PRODUCT SUPPORT INQUIRIES If you have any questions or comments regarding the use of the HX870, you can visit the STANDARD HORIZON website to send an E-Mail or contact the Product Support team at (800) 767-2450 M-F 8:00-5:00 PST.

  • Page 9: About This Radio, Distress And Hailing

    The total transmission should not exceed 1 minute. 9. End the message by saying “OVER”. Release the PTT button and listen. 10. If there is no answer, repeat the above procedure. If there is still no response, try another channel. HX870 Page 9...

  • Page 10: Calling Another Vessel (channel 16 Or

    NOTE The HX870 has the DSC Distress calling, that can transmit a distress call digitally to all ships with compatible DSC radios. Refer to section “10 DIGITAL SELECTIVE CALLING (DSC)”. CALLING ANOTHER VESSEL (CHANNEL 16 OR 9) Channel 16 may be used for initial contact (hailing) with another vessel.

  • Page 11: Making Telephone Calls

    However, in certain situations it may be necessary to temporarily use a higher power. See Page 26 for means to temporarily override the low-power limit on these two channels. HX870 Page 11...

  • Page 12: Automated Radio Check Service

    Sea Tow Fort Lauderdale - Ch. 27 Sea Tow Charlotte Harbor - Ch. 24 Sea Tow Tampa Bay - Ch. 27 Sea Tow Horseshoe Beach - Ch. 27 Sea Tow Carrabelle/St. Marks - Ch. 27 Sea Tow Pensacola/Orange Beach (Ala.) - Ch. 27 Page 12 HX870...

  • Page 13: Getting Started

    If the short is of sufficient duration, it is possible to melt battery components. Do not place a loose battery pack on or near metal surfaces or HX870 Page 13...

  • Page 14

     Battery packs should be charged only in non-hazardous environments.  Use only STANDARD HORIZON-approved batteries.  Use only a STANDARD HORIZON-approved charger. The use of any other charger may cause permanent damage to the battery.  Follow charging instructions provided with the chargers.

  • Page 15: Rechargable Battery Installation/removal

    33 ° 37.120 118 ° 09.582 TIME LOC 09.56 : Full battery power : Enough battery power : Low battery power : Poor battery power : Charge (or replace) the battery HX870 Page 15...

  • Page 16: Using The Sbh-12 Charger Cradle

    NOTE The SBH-12 is only designed for the charging of the HX870’s battery, and is not suitable for other purposes. The SBH-12 may contribute noise to TV and radio reception in the immediate vicinity, so we do not recommend its use adjacent to such devices.

  • Page 17: Installation Of The Sbt-13 Battery Case

    6.1.5 Installation of the SBT-13 Battery Case The SBT-13 is a battery case that holds five “AAA” size Alkaline batteries and is used with the HX870 transceiver. The Alkaline batteries can be used for reception and transmission in an emergency, and battery life will be shortened dramatically.

  • Page 18: Belt Clip Installation / Removal

    ATTACHING AN ANTENNA Insert the CAT460 antenna into the ANT jack at the top panel, hold the bottom end of the antenna, then screw it onto the mating connector on the transceiver until it is snug. Do not over-tighten. Page 18 HX870...

  • Page 19: Checking Gps Signal (gps Status Display)

    TIME LOC 09:56 NOTE • When the HX870 is first turned on, it may take several minutes to compute a fix of your position. This is normal, as the HX870 is down- loading “almanac” information from the GPS satellites. • When using the HX870 inside of a cabin where GPS reception is limited, choose a place where GPS satellite reception is good enough referring to the GPS status display.

  • Page 20: Changing The Gps Time

    CHANGING THE GPS TIME From the factory the HX870 shows GPS satellite time or UTC (Universal Time Coordinated) time. A time offset is needed to show the local time in your area. The time offset must be changed in order for the radio to display the current time in your area.

  • Page 21: Changing The Time Location

    5. Press the CH▼/CH▲ key to select “12hour” TIME AREA TIME FORMAT TIME FORMAT 24hour or “24hour”. BACK SELECT 12hour 6. Press the [ENTER] soft key to store the selected setting. BACK ENTER 7. Press the CLR key to return to radio opera- tion. HX870 Page 21...

  • Page 22: Controls And Indicators

    ANT jack ( Top side )  The supplied CAT460 flexible antenna is attached here.  (Power) switch (Left side) Press and hold to toggle the radio on or off.  PTT (Push-To-Talk) button (Left side) When pushed activates the transmitter. Page 22 HX870...

  • Page 23

    “LOCK” will appear on the entire screen, to indicate that the functions are locked. Hold down this key until “UNLOCK” appears to unlock the radio. ◄/► key Press to toggle the on-screen menus to right/left. VOL+ key Press to increase the speaker audio volume level. HX870 Page 23...

  • Page 24

    When the Water Hazard feature is activated, this indicator illuminates if the transceiver is submerged. Speaker The internal speaker is located here. Battery pack lock (Bottom side) Turn the Battery Pack Lock to the “UNLOCK” position for battery removal. Page 24 HX870...

  • Page 25: Basic Operation

    8 BASIC OPERATION NOTE Before operating the HX870 for the first time, it is recommended that you fully charge the battery. See section “6.1.4 Using the SBH-12 Charger Cradle” for details. TURNING ON AND OFF THE TRANSCEIVER 1. Press and hold the key on the left side of the radio to turn the radio on.

  • Page 26: Transmit Power

    8.3.1 Transmit Power The TX output power of the HX870 is set to high level (6W) in factory default, and the “[HI]” indicator is displayed on the top part of the screen. To switch the TX output power: 1. Press ◄/► key repeatedly until the [HI],...

  • Page 27: Simplex/duplex Channel Use

    4. To exit from the NOAA weather channels, press the [CH] 162.525MHz soft key. The transceiver returns to the channel it was on 33 ° 37.120 118 ° 09.582 TIME LOC 09.56 prior to a weather channel and the “WX” indicator disap- pears from the display. HX870 Page 27...

  • Page 28: Noaa Weather Alert

    8.7.2 NOAA Weather Alert Testing NOAA tests the alert system ever Wednesday between 11AM and 1PM. To test the HX870’s NOAA weather feature, setup as in section “8.7.1 NOAA Weather Alert” and confirm the alert is heard on Wednesdays between 11AM and 1PM local time.

  • Page 29: Multi Watch (to Priority Channel)

    2. If a signal is received on the channel selected in step 2, the HX870 will dual watch to priority channel. 4. To stop dual watch, press one of the soft keys, then press the [DUAL WATCH] soft key again.

  • Page 30: Scanning

    The priority channel may be changed from CH16 (default) to another channel. Refer to section “14.7 PRIORITY CHANNEL”. SCANNING The HX870 will automatically scan channels programmed into the preset channel memory and also the scan channel memory, and the last selected weather channel.

  • Page 31: Programming Scan Memory

    (described in the next 118 ° 09.582 TIME LOC 09.56 section) and will stop on a channel when a transmission is received. The channel number will blink during reception. 4. To stop scanning, press the 16/S or CLR key. HX870 Page 31...

  • Page 32: Priority Scanning (p-scan)

    118 ° 09.582 TIME LOC 09.56 3. Press the [ADD] soft key to program the P-SET QUIT USCG channel into the preset channel memory. 33 ° 37.120 “[P-SET]” icon will appear. 118 ° 09.582 TIME LOC 09.56 Page 32 HX870...

  • Page 33: Operation

    118 ° 09.582 TIME LOC 09.56 5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 to delete the desired channels QUIT DELETE from preset channels. 6. To exit from deleting the preset channels, press the [QUIT] soft key. HX870 Page 33...

  • Page 34: Mob Operation

    Insert the plug of the VOX headset into the MIC/SP jack of the HX870, then speak to the microphone of the headset to start VOX operation. The VC-24 is optimized for the use with the HX870, so that you may use it without detailed settings.

  • Page 35: Operation Menu

    8.13 OPERATION MENU The HX870 provides advanced features below, via the “MENU” screen displayed by pressing the MENU key on the front panel. DSC CALL The following seven types of DSC (Digital Selective Calling) are available: Individual, Group, All Ships, Position Request, Position Report, Polling, and Auto Position Polling.

  • Page 36: Gps Operation

    9 GPS OPERATION The HX870 has an internal GPS antenna to receive and display the position information. Your position information as well as recieved positions can be memorized and utilized later for navigation. NOTE The GPS unit may be turned off, or set to power save mode to increase the battery life, via the SETUP menu.

  • Page 37: Checking Gps Status

    123 ° 56.890 TIME LOC 09:56 GPS LOGGER OPERATION The HX870 includes a logger for position information that allows you to record your location at regular intervals. 1. Press the [LOGGER] soft key to turn the function on or off. BUSY...

  • Page 38: Digital Selective Calling (dsc)

    10 DIGITAL SELECTIVE CALLING (DSC) 10.1 GENERAL WARNING This HX870 is designed to generate a digital maritime distress and safety call to facilitate search and rescue. To be effective as a safety device, this equipment must be used only within communication range of a shore-based VHF marine channel 70 distress and safety watch system.

  • Page 39: Programming The Mmsi

    9. Press the [OK] soft key to return to radio operation. NOTE To view your MMSI after programming to ensure it is correct, perform steps 1 to 2. Look that the MMSI number shown on the display is correct. HX870 Page 39...

  • Page 40: Dsc Distress Call

    10.3 DSC DISTRESS CALL The HX870 is capable of transmitting and receiving DSC distress messages to all DSC radios. Distress calls from the HX870 include the latitude and longitude of the vessel when the internal GPS unit is activated. 10.3.1 Transmitting a DSC Distress Call...

  • Page 41

    6. Press and hold the DISTRESS key until a distress alert is transmitted. Transmitting a DSC Distress Alert by Manually Inputting Location and Time In case the HX870 fails to get a GPS position fix, you may input your latitude and longitude, and time to transmit the distress alert.

  • Page 42: Receiving A Dsc Distress Call

    Canceling a DSC Distress Call If a DSC distress call was sent by error the HX870 allows you to send a message to other vessels to cancel the distress call that was made. Press the [CANCEL] soft key, then press the [YES] soft key.

  • Page 43

    ” icon will appear on the display. You may review the unread distress alert from the DSC log, refer to the section “10.13.2 Reviewing a Logged DSC Distress Call”. • Not all DSC radios can receive a DSC distress relay call. HX870 Page 43...

  • Page 44: All Ships Call

    “PAN QUIT PAN, PAN PAN, PAN PAN” or “Securite, Securite, Securite” depending on the priority of the call. 9. Press the [QUIT] soft key to exit the all ships call menu. Page 44 HX870...

  • Page 45: Receiving An All Ships Call

    When there is an unread all ships call, “ ” icon will appear on the display. You may review the unread all ships call from the DSC log, refer to the section “10.13.3 Reviewing Other Logged Calls”. HX870 Page 45...

  • Page 46: Individual Call

    Up to 100 individual contacts may be programmed. 10.5.1 Setting up the Individual / Position Call Directory The HX870 has a DSC directory that allows you to store a vessel or person’s name and the associated MMSI number you wish to contact via individual calls, auto polling, position request, position report, and polling transmissions.

  • Page 47: Setting Up The Individual Call Reply

    6. Press the CH▼/CH▲ key to select “AUTO” BACK SELECT MANUAL or “MANUAL”. 7. Press the [ENTER] soft key to store the BACK ENTER selected setting. 8. Press the CLR key to return to radio opera- tion. HX870 Page 47...

  • Page 48: Enabling The Individual Call Acknowledgment

    2. Press the [SELECT] soft key, then press the INDIVIDUAL GROUP CH▼/CH▲ key to select “INDIVIDUAL”. (To ALL SHIPS cancel, press the [BACK] soft key.) POS REQUEST POS REPORT 3. Press the [SELECT] soft key. DIST ALERT MSG BACK SELECT Page 48 HX870...

  • Page 49: Individual Directory

    5. Press the CH▼/CH▲ key to select the first 98765432 BACK SELECT number of the MMSI which you want to 5 6 7 8 9 0 contact, then press the [SELECT] soft key Delete BACK FINISH SELECT to step to the next number. HX870 Page 49...

  • Page 50: Receiving An Individual Call

    3. Monitor the requested channel until the message is RX INDIVIDUAL 366901235 completed. Yaesu ROUTINE CATEG: Press the PTT button and talk into the microphone to the 00:15 SINCE: called vessel. Connected 4. Press the [QUIT] soft key to return to radio operation. RESEND QUIT Page 50 HX870...

  • Page 51

    7. Press the [QUIT] soft key to return to the channel display. NOTE When there is an unread individual call, “ ” icon will appear on the display. You may review the unread individual call from the DSC log, refer to the section “10.13.3 Reviewing Other Logged Calls”. HX870 Page 51...

  • Page 52: Setting Up The Individual Call Ringer

    8. Press the CLR key to return to radio opera- tion. The HX870 has the capability to turn off the individual call ringer. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”. 2. Press the CH▼/CH▲/◄/► key to select “SETUP”, then press the [SELECT] soft key.

  • Page 53: Group Call

    MMSI numbers.  The first digit of a group MMSI is always set to “0” by International rules. All Standard Horizon radios are preset so when programming a group MMSI the first digit is set to “0”.

  • Page 54

    12. After the nineth letter has been entered, press the [FINISH] soft key to confirm. 13. To store the data, select “SAVE”, then press the [SELECT] soft key. 14. To enter another group address, repeat steps 6 through 13. 15. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. Page 54 HX870...

  • Page 55: Transmitting A Group Call

    QUIT nated channel. 9. Listen to the channel to make sure it is not busy, then press the PTT button and call the other vessel you desire to communicate with. HX870 Page 55...

  • Page 56

    10. After the group call is transmitted, all the radios in the group will switch to the designated channel. 11. Listen to the channel to make sure it is not busy, then press the PTT button and talk into the microphone to the group of vessels. Page 56 HX870...

  • Page 57: Receiving A Group Call

    10.6.3 Receiving a Group Call 1. When a group call is received, the HX870 will produce a RX GROUP 036690123 ringing alarm sound. Yaesu ROUTINE CATEG: 2. The display shows the group MMSI number. 00:15 SINCE: 3. Press any key to stop the alarm.

  • Page 58: Setting Up The Group Call Ringer

    10.6.4 Setting up the Group Call Ringer The HX870 has the capability to turn off the group call ringer. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”. 2. Press the CH▼/CH▲/◄/► key to select “SETUP”, then press the [SELECT] soft key.

  • Page 59: Position Request

    Advancements in DSC have made it possible to poll the location of another vessel and show the position of that vessel on the display of the HX870. This is a great feature for anyone wanting to know the position of another vessel.

  • Page 60

    7. When finished entering the MMSI number, press the [FINISH] soft key. 8. Press the [YES] soft key to transmit the position request DSC call. 9. When the HX870 receives the position from the polled vessel it is shown on the radio display.

  • Page 61: Receiving A Position Request

    “10.13.3 Reviewing Other Logged Calls”. 10.7.3 Manual Input of Position Information If the HX870 is located in an area where GPS reception is limited when you are going to reply to the received position request, you may manually input your location (latitude and longitude) and time to be sent.

  • Page 62: Setting Up A Position Request Ringer

    8. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. 10.7.4 Setting up a Position Request Ringer The HX870 has the capability to turn off the position request ringer. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”. 2. Press the CH▼/CH▲/◄/► key to select “SETUP”, then press the [SELECT] soft key.

  • Page 63: Position Report

    7. Press the [YES] soft key to send your posi- 987654321 Do you want to Horizon-1 transmit a Call? SAFETY tion to the selected vessel. CATEG: 24 ° 25.975 POS: 118 ° 59.456 8. Press the [QUIT] soft key to return to radio operation. Transmitted QUIT HX870 Page 63...

  • Page 64

    10. Press the [QUIT] soft key to return to radio operation. DSC Position Report Call by Manually Input Location and Time If the HX870 is located in an area where GPS reception is limited when you are going to transmit a position report call, you may manually input your location (latitude and longitude) and time to be sent.

  • Page 65: Receiving A Dsc Position Report Call

    10.8.3 Navigating to the Reported Position The HX870 has a feature that allows you to navigate to a received position report call by using the compass display. Navigating to the position of a position report call may be enabled by the procedure below.

  • Page 66: Saving The Reported Position As A Waypoint

    10.8.4 Saving the Reported Position as a Waypoint The HX870 can save a position report call in the radio’s memory as a waypoint. 1. After the position report call has been RX POS REPORT 987654321 received, press the [SAVE] soft key.

  • Page 67: Setting Up A Position Report Ringer

    10.8.5 Setting up a Position Report Ringer The HX870 has the capability to turn off the position report ringer. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”. 2. Press the CH▼/CH▲/◄/► key to select “SETUP”, then press the [SELECT] soft key.

  • Page 68: Polling Call

    10.9 POLLING CALL The HX870 has the capability to track another vessel. 10.9.1 Transmitting a Polling Call to a Vessel Polling Call using the Individual/Position Call Directory 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”, select “DSC CALL” with the CH▼/CH▲/◄/►...

  • Page 69: Receiving A Polling Call

    9. Press the [QUIT] soft key to return to radio operation. 10.9.2 Receiving a Polling Call When another vessel transmits a polling call to the HX870 the following will happen: 1. When a polling call is received, the radio will automatically...

  • Page 70: Auto Pos Polling

    10.10 AUTO POS POLLING The HX870 has the capability to automatically track seven vessels programmed into the individual directory, or to automatically send your position information to the programmed stations. 10.10.1 Setting up the Polling Operation 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”.

  • Page 71: Selecting Vessels To Be Automatically Polled

    6. For more entries, press the CH▼/CH▲ key BACK DELETE SELECT to select a blank row, press the [SELECT] soft key, then perform step 5. 7. When finished, press the CLR key to exit to the radio mode. HX870 Page 71...

  • Page 72: Enabling/disabling Auto Pos Polling

    6. Press the CLR key to return to radio opera- tion. 7. Auto POS Polling starts and “A” icon will light BUSY up on the screen. P-SET USCG 33 ° 37.120 118 ° 09.582 TIME LOC 09.56 Page 72 HX870...

  • Page 73: Dsc Test

    USCG SAFETY CATEG: BACK SELECT 6. Press the [QUIT] soft key to return to radio DSC TEST CALL operation. 987654321 Do you want to Horizon-1 transmit a Call? SAFETY CATEG: 00:05 SINCE: Waiting for ACK RESEND QUIT HX870 Page 73...

  • Page 74: Receiving A Dsc Test Call

    10.11.3 Receiving a DSC Test Call When another vessel transmits a DSC Test call to the HX870 the following will happen: 1. When a DSC Test call is received, the radio will automati-...

  • Page 75: Dsc Log Operation

    “ ” icon will appear on the radios display. The HX870 can store up to 24 transmitted calls, up to the latest 27 distress calls, and up to the latest 64 other calls (individual, group, all ships, position report, position request ack, test call ack, and polling calls).

  • Page 76: Reviewing A Logged Dsc Distress Call

    10.12.2 Reviewing a Logged DSC Distress Call The HX870 allows logged DSC distress call to be reviewed. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”, then select “DSC CALL” with the CH▼/CH▲/◄/► key. DSC CALL 2. Press the [SELECT] soft key, then press the...

  • Page 77: Deleting Logged Calls From The Dsc Log Directory

    The procedure above will delete all logged calls of the selected category at one time. To delete logged calls one by one, review the details of the call you want to delete, then press the [DELETE] soft key. HX870 Page 77...

  • Page 78: Dsc Loop Back Operation

    10.13 DSC LOOP BACK OPERATION The HX870 has a self-test feature for DSC call. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”, then select “DSC CALL” with the CH▼/CH▲/◄/► key. DSC CALL 2. Press the [SELECT] soft key, then press the...

  • Page 79: Navigation

    11 NAVIGATION The HX870 is capable of storing up to 200 waypoints for navigation using the compass page. You can also navigation to DSC distress calls with position or a position received from another DSC radio using DSC polling. 11.1 WAYPOINT OPERATION 11.1.1 Starting and Stopping Navigation...

  • Page 80

    The navigation screen will appear. The screen includes the distance and direction to the destination, and the waypoint is indicated by a dot () inside the compass. 11. Press ◄/► key, then press the [STOP] soft key to stop the navigation. Page 80 HX870...

  • Page 81: Setting Up Waypoint Directory

    When finished modifying the position, press the [FINISH] soft key. 8. Select “SAVE” with the CH▼/CH▲ key, then press the [SELECT] soft key to save the mark position into memory. 9. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. HX870 Page 81...

  • Page 82

    When finished entering the position, press the [FINISH] soft key. 9. Select “SAVE” with the CH▼/CH▲ key, then press the [SELECT] soft key to save the waypoint into memory. 10. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. Page 82 HX870...

  • Page 83

    When finished editing, press the [FINISH] soft key. 10. Select “SAVE” with the CH▼/CH▲ key, then press the [SELECT] soft key to store the edited waypoint into memory. 11. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. HX870 Page 83...

  • Page 84: Deleting A Waypoint

    8. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. Saving a DSC Position Call as a Waypoint When a position is received from another DSC radio the HX870 allows the position to be saved as a waypoint. Refer to section “10.8.4 Saving a Position Report as a Waypoint” for details.

  • Page 85: Selecting The Display Range

    7. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. 11.1.4 Selecting the Arrival Range This menu item allows setting of the range within which the HX870 determines to be around the destination. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”.

  • Page 86: Routing Operation

    11.2 ROUTING OPERATION The HX870 allows you to set 1 to 15 waypoints along the route. Via14 Via15 Via3 Via2 Via1 Current position outinG to a ayPoint 11.2.1 Setting Up Routing Directory NOTE All the destinations and via-points must be programmed as waypoints in the HX870 memory.

  • Page 87

    USCG 8. Select “SAVE” with the CH▼/CH▲ key, then ROUTE BACK SELECT SAVE press the [SELECT] soft key to store the edited route into memory. BACK SELECT 9. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. HX870 Page 87...

  • Page 88: Starting And Stopping Route Navigation

    To start navigation to the next target, press 35.2 N-UP 20nm 36.0 the [YES] soft key. KAREN 7. To stop the navigation, press ◄/►key, then press the [STOP] soft key. 8. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. Page 88 HX870...

  • Page 89: Changing The Destination

    5. Select “AUTO” or “MANUAL” with the CH▼/ ROUTING OPERATION ROUTING OPERATION AUTO CH▲ key, then press the [ENTER] soft key. BACK SELECT MANUAL 6. Press the CLR key to return to radio opera- tion. BACK ENTER HX870 Page 89...

  • Page 90

    DSC Group call and Auto Position Polling, to display the group members' locations. 12.1 SETTING UP GM OPERATION The HX870 is capable of storing up to 10 groups with 1 to 9 members each. 12.1.1 Setting Up Group Directory NOTE ●...

  • Page 91: Setting Up The Polling Time Interval

    5. Press the CH▼/CH▲ key to select the GM SETUP desired interval time, then press the INTERVAL 1min [ENTER] soft key. BACK SELECT 3min 5min 6. Press the CLR key to return to radio opera- 10min tion. 15min BACK ENTER HX870 Page 91...

  • Page 92

    Horizon-1 BUSY Standard Horizon-2 The GM operation starts and the GM target USCG DW-16 BACK SELECT display appears. ° 4. Press the CLR key to return to radio opera- 35.2 N-UP 20nm 36.0 tion. KAREN Page 92 HX870...

  • Page 93

    4. Press the [TO WPT] soft key to start navi- POS: 118 ° 59.456 POS TM: AM LOC gation to the selected member. (Press the DST: ° BRG: [BACK] soft key twice to cancel and return BACK CALL TO WPT to the GM target display.) HX870 Page 93...

  • Page 94: Dimmer Adjustment

    (except the PTT switch). CONTINUOUS: Illuminates the display/keypad continuously. 6. Press the [ENTER] soft key to store the selected setting. 7. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. Page 94 HX870...

  • Page 95: Display Contrast, Key Beep

    STROBE LED KEY BEEP SOFT KEY “LEVEL 1” to “LEVEL 5”, or “OFF”. BACK SELECT 6. Press the [ENTER] soft key to store the selected level. BACK ENTER 7. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. HX870 Page 95...

  • Page 96: Battery Saver

    BACK SELECT “CONTINIOUS”, “SOS”, “BLINK 1”, “BLINK 2”, BLINK1 or “BLINK 3”. BLINK2 BLINK3 7. Press the [ENTER] soft key to store the BACK SELECT selected setting. 8. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. Page 96 HX870...

  • Page 97

    ON/PWR ON: The LED lights up and the transceiver turns on even if the transceiver is off. 7. Press the [ENTER] soft key to store the selected setting. 8. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. HX870 Page 97...

  • Page 98: Soft Keys

    Add or remove channels from memory channel scan. PRESET Programs or deletes the preset memory channel. NAME Edit channel names. STROBE Turns on or off the strobe light LED. LOGGER Starts and stops logging position data. Enables the noise canceling settings display. Page 98 HX870...

  • Page 99

    WAYPOINT & GPS “CONFIGURATION”, or “FACTORY” (all settings CONFIGURATION except the MMSI will be initialized). FACTORY BACK ENTER 7. Press the [ENTER] soft key to store the selected setting. 8. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. HX870 Page 99...

  • Page 100

    Sets the operation of the WATER HAZARD LED. S O F T K E Y K E Y Sets the assignment and display time of 10 sec TIMER the soft keys. RESET Initializes the memories and settings. − Page 100 HX870...

  • Page 101: Scan Memory

    Refer to section “8.9.2 Programming Scan Memory” for details. 14.4 SCAN TYPE This selection is used to select the scan mode between “Memory Scan” and “Priority Scan”. The default setting is “Priority Scan”. Refer to section “8.9.1 Selecting the Scan Type” for details. HX870 Page 101...

  • Page 102: Scan Resume

    14.5 SCAN RESUME This selection is used to select the time the HX870 waits after a transmission ends before the radio starts to scan channels again. The default setting is 2 seconds. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”.

  • Page 103: Sub Channel

    VOX LEVEL SUB CH VOX DELAY 6. Press the [ENTER] soft key to store the new BACK SELECT setting. 7. Press the CLR key to return to radio opera- BACK ENTER tion. HX870 Page 103...

  • Page 104: Channel Name

    11. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. NOTE When “CHANNEL NAME” is assigned to the soft key, you can show the channel name input display directly by pressing the [NAME] soft key during radio operation. Page 104 HX870...

  • Page 105: Noise Cancellation

    5. Press the CH▼/CH▲ key to select “ON” or NOISE CANCEL CH SETUP “OFF”, then press the [ENTER] soft key to VOX LEVEL VOX DELAY store the new setting. BACK SELECT 6. Press the CLR key to return to radio opera- tion. BACK ENTER HX870 Page 105...

  • Page 106: Setting The Vox Level

    VOX DELAY VOX DELAY 0.5sec “1.5sec”, “2.0sec” or “3.0sec”. BACK SELECT 1.0sec 1.5sec 6. Press the [ENTER] soft key to store the new 2.0sec setting. 3.0sec BACK ENTER 7. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. Page 106 HX870...

  • Page 107: Audio Filter Operation

    AF PITCH NORMAL 6. Press the [ENTER] soft key to store the new BACK SELECT HIGH-LOW CUT HIGH-LOW BOOST setting. LOW BOOST 7. Press the CLR key to return to radio opera- HIGH BOOST BACK ENTER tion. HX870 Page 107...

  • Page 108: Summary Of The Cannel Function Setup

    Turns on or off of noise cancelling function (independently available for transmission and reception) Turn on or off the VOX function VOX LEVEL Selects the VOX gain VOX DELAY Selects the VOX delay time 1.5 sec AF PITCH Selects the audio filter operation Normal Page 108 HX870...

  • Page 109: Dsc Setup

    15 DSC SETUP 15.1 INDIVIDUAL DIRECTORY The HX870 has a DSC directory that allows you to store a vessel or person’s name and the associated MMSI you wish to contact via individual calls, position requests and position report transmissions. To transmit an individual call you must program this directory with information of the vessel you wish to contact, similar to a cellular phones telephone directory.

  • Page 110

    15.6 AUTO POS POLLING The HX870 has the capability to automatically track seven vessels programmed into the individual directory. Refer to section “10.10 AUTO POS POLLING” for details. 15.7 AUTO POS INTERVAL The HX870 has the capability to automatically track seven vessels programmed into the individual directory.

  • Page 111: No Act (action) Timer

    15.9 NO ACT (ACTION) TIMER If no key is pressed during the “MENU” or “DSC CALL” screen, the HX870 will automatically return to radio operation. The default selection is 15 minutes. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”. 2. Select “SETUP” with the CH▼/CH▲/◄/►...

  • Page 112: Dsc Beep

    POS Report call, or acknowledgement to POS request call DSC BEEP Turns on or off the audible alarm when Indivi.: receiving a DSC call All Ship: Group: POS RQ.: Off POS RP.: On Geog.: Polling: Test Call: Off Page 112 HX870...

  • Page 113: Gps Setup

    16 GPS SETUP The “GPS Setup” mode allows the parameters for the HX870 internal GPS unit to be customized for your operating requirements. 16.1 GPS ON/OFF This selection allows the internal GPS unit to be turned on or off to conserve battery power.

  • Page 114: Display Direction

    7. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation. 16.3 DISPLAY DIRECTION This menu item selects the compass direction to be shown on the HX870 display. The default setting is “course up”. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”.

  • Page 115: Location Format

    16.4 LOCATION FORMAT This menu item selects the coordinate system to be shown on the HX870 display. The default setting is “ddd mm.mmm”. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”. 2. Select “SETUP” with the CH▼/CH▲/◄/► key, then press the [SELECT] soft key.

  • Page 116: Units Of Measure

    10Ft. BACK ENTER OFF: When the vessel is underway or stopped, the HX870 continuously updates its position. This improves accuracy of the position fix. 6. Press the [ENTER] soft key to save the new setting. 7. Press the CLR key to return to radio operation.

  • Page 117

    ENTER tion. 16.11 OUTPUT SENTENCES This selection is used to setup the NMEA output sentences of the HX870. By default, all the NMEA sentences are turned “OFF”. 1. Press the MENU key to display “MENU”. 2. Select “SETUP” with the CH▼/CH▲/◄/►...

  • Page 118

    5. Press the CH▼/CH▲ key to select “CANCEL” D-GPS OUTPUT SENTENCES GPS SETUP or “OK”, then press the [ENTER] soft key. LOGGER INTERVAL LOG ERASE LOG ERASE CANCEL 6. Press the CLR key to return to radio opera- BACK SELECT tion. BACK ENTER Page 118 HX870...

  • Page 119

    Turns on or off of use of SBAS OUTPUT Selects a sentence to be output to the SENTENCES USB terminal LOGGER INTERVAL Selects the interval time of logging 1 min LOG ERASE Erases the log data − HX870 Page 119...

  • Page 120: Replacement Parts

    Never key the microphone unless an antenna or suitable dummy load is connected to the transceiver. • Use only STANDARD HORIZON approved accessories and replacement parts. In the unlikely event of serious problems, please contact your Dealer or our repair facility. Address and phone numbers for this facility, as well as warranty information, are contained in section “19 WARRANTY”.

  • Page 121: Factory Service, Troubleshooting

    Poor location for GPS Move to a less obstructed position. satellite reception. Charge indicator does not Defective battery SBR- Contact Standard Horizon dealer. appear on the display 13LI. when charging a battery. The transceiver is not set Set the transceiver onto the SBH-12 onto the SBH-12 Charger Charger Cradle properly.

  • Page 122: Channel Assignments

    5. Channels normally used by recreational boaters are those that include the term “non-commercial” in the Channel Use column of the chart. Some of these are shared with other users and some are used only in certain geographic regions. Page 122 HX870...

  • Page 123

    River-Gulf Outlet, the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet Canal, and the Inner Harbor Navigational Canal, except to aid the transition from these areas. 12. Use of 156.375 MHz is available for navigational communications only in the Mississippi River from South Pass Lighted Whistle Buoy “2” and South- HX870 Page 123...

  • Page 124

    17. The duplex pair for channel 20 (157.000/161.600 MHz) may be used for ship to coast station communications. 18. Available for assignment to coast stations, the use of which is in accord with an agreed program, for the broadcast of information to ship stations concerning the environment. Page 124 HX870...

  • Page 125: Vhf Marine Channel Chart

    157.150 161.750 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator) 157.150 U.S. Government Only 157.200 161.800 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator) 157.250 161.850 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator) 157.300 161.900 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator) 157.350 161.950 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator) 157.400 162.000 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator) HX870 Page 125...

  • Page 126

    Port Operations (Inter-ship only) (1W) 156.875 Port Operations (Inter-ship only) (1W) 156.875 Port Operations (Inter-ship only) 156.925 161.525 Public Correspondence (Marine Operator), Port operation, ship-movement 156.925 Non-commercial (Recreational) 156.975 161.575 Port operation and Ship movement 156.975 Commercial Page 126 HX870...

  • Page 127

    - - - 161.775 Weather (receive only) WX10 - - - 163.275 Weather (receive only) NOTE: Simplex channels, 03A, 21A, 23A, 61A, 64A, 81A, 82A and 83A CANNOT be lawfully used by the general public in U.S.A. waters. HX870 Page 127...

  • Page 128

    STANDARD HORIZON will return the Product to the purchaser freight prepaid. Products purchased prior to January 1, 1991 will bear the STANDARD HORIZON warranty terms in effect prior to that date. In the event of a defect, malfunction or failure of the Product during the warranty period, STANDARD HORIZON’s liability for any breach of contract or any...

  • Page 129

    STANDARD HORIZON, appear to be defective or not up to factory specifications. STANDARD HORIZON may, at its option, repair or replace parts or subassemblies with new or reconditioned parts and subassemblies. Parts thus repaired or replaced are warranted for the balance of the original applicable warranty.

  • Page 130

    STANDARD HORIZON. Lifetime Flat Rate Service Program: For the original Owner only, for the lifetime of the unit, STANDARD HORIZON will repair the unit to original specifications. Note: The flat rate amount is payable by the Owner only if STANDARD HORIZON or the STANDARD HORIZON Dealer determines that a repair is needed.

  • Page 131

    20 CONNECTING A USB DATA TERMINAL TO THE The HX870 outputs the following NMEA 0183 sentences 9600: GLL, GGA, GSA, GSV, RMC, DSC and DSE. If you have further inquires, please feel free to contact Product Support at: Phone: (800) 767-2450 Email: ...

  • Page 132: Specifications

    21.2 TRANSMITTER RF Power Output ....6 W (HI) / 2 W (MEDIUM) / 1 W (LOW) (@7.4 V) Modulation Type ..............Variable Reactance Maximum Deviation ................±5 kHz Spurious Emission ..............−75 dBc typical Microphone Impedance ................2 kΩ Page 132 HX870...

  • Page 133: Nmea Output

    Sensitivity ................Less than −147 dBm Time to First Fix .............1 min typical (@Cold Start) 5 sec typical (@Hot Start) Geodetic Datum................... WGS84 21.5 NMEA OUTPUT NMEA 0183 Output Sentence (9600 baud) ....DSC, DSE, GGA, GLL, RMC, GSA & GSV HX870 Page 133...

  • Page 134: Fcc Radio License Information, Station License, Radio Call Sign, Canadian Ship Station Licensing

    22 FCC RADIO LICENSE INFORMATION Standard Horizon radios comply with the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) requirements that regulate the Maritime Radio Service. 22.1 STATION LICENSE An FCC ship station license is no longer required for any vessel traveling in U.S. waters (except Hawaii) which is under 20 meters in length. However, any...

  • Page 135: Rf Exposure Safety Statement, Safety Information

    à une distance minimum d’un pouce (2,5 centimètres) de votre corps pendant l’émission. Utilisez exclusivement l’antenne fournie. Les antennes, les modifications ou les accessoires non autorisés peuvent endommager l’émetteur-récepteur et enfreindre les réglementations FCC. HX870 Page 135...

  • Page 136: Fcc Notice

    NOTICE Unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment may void compliance with FCC Rules. Any change or modification must be approved in writing by STANDARD HORIZON. NOTICE This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

  • Page 137

    MEMO HX870 Page 137...

  • Page 138

    MEMO Page 138 HX870...

  • Page 139

    Les types d’antenne non inclus dans cette liste, ou dont le gain est supérieur au gain maximal indiqué, sont strictement interdits pour l’exploitation de l’émetteur. l’établissement d’une communication satisfaisante. HX870 Page 139...

  • Page 140

    Copyright 2014 YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD. All rights reserved. YAESU U.S.A. 6125 Phyllis Drive, Cypress, California 90630 No portion of this manual www.standardhorizon.com may be reproduced without the permission of YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD. Printed in China Page 140 HX870...


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