Portable VHF VOR/COM Transceiver (Ground use only)

The IC-A24 is the direct successor to the ever-popular IC-A22 series of Icom handheld radios.
The IC-A24 design incorporates the size and durability of the IC-A22 with improved usability.
The IC-A24 includes a large LCD, large speaker and easy-to-use panel layout. The side of the
radio has a non-slip slit to prevent accidental dropping.

Large alphanumeric LCD

An easy to read a 6-character 14-segment alphanumeric LCD displays a variety of information clearly.
Both the display and keypad are backlit, which is a very useful feature for use at night time.

Channel recall function

The new channel recall function automatically memorizes the last 10 used channels. You can easily
recall those channels by pushing the recall buttons on the front panel. This makes it very convenient for
switching between several channels at a time, such as NAV channels and COM channels.

Simultaneous operation and charge from external power source
The IC-A24 has an external DC power jack that allows operation with the optional CP-20 cigarette lighter
cable with DC-DC converter. This means that a battery pack can be simultaneously charged during

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.

VOR navigation function

The IC-A24 has VOR navigation functions. The DVOR mode shows the radial to (or from) a VOR station and the CDI mode shows the course deviation to (or from) a VOR station. You can also input your intended radial to (or from) a VOR station and show the course deviation on the display.

Notice for use The IC-A24E/A6E complies with requirements of the European Radio and
Telecommunication Terminal Directive 1999/5/EC and is RTTE and CE approved. At present full approval for air use is not attainable for this product or any other product at this level in the market place.
Therefore, IC-A24E & A6E are both intended for use in Europe for ground use only*.
Under the Wireless and Telegraphy Act of 2006 this radio can be used for emergency communication and navigation (VOR) should your life be at risk.
*Unless an Aviation body in an EU member state gives dispensation for it to be used in the air.

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