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05-28-2003, 06:27 AM
1 how to memorize channel?
2 why only transmit in memory channel?
3 does have am receive mode?
5 how to work in split(tx and rx in different freq)?
kib26214, Ping, or whoever you are
(do you have a name? do you have a boat?) -
The SEA 222 is not a current production model of SEA Marine radio.
This radio from my notes is a SSB RadioTelephone - NO AM operation - used for Marine service.
The SEA 235 is the current SEA production model
I suggest that you contact SEA or your local SEA Marine dealer for assistance, manuals and repairs (if required) for your SEA 222. #Your requested information is NOT currently available on the Internet.
The SEA 222 is a SSB Marine radio that was manufactured by:
7030 220th Street S.W.
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
Voice: (425) 771-2182 FAX: (425) 771-2650
SEA Marine Service E-mail: email@example.com
SEA Customer Inquiries
SEA Marine Products:
BTW, The US Coast Guard is now part of Federal Homeland Security.
Your inquiry was also posted on the National Boating Bulletin Board
MarinersGuide.com "Dock Swap" by someone named "ping"
Posted by ping on May 28, 2003 at 05:33:01:
English and spelling corrections applied to original message:
I do not know how to operate the SEA222 SSB Radio that I have
I have a SEA 222 Marine Radio, but I have some questions on how to operate it.
#1. How to memorize channel?
#2. Why only memory ch can transmit?
#3. Does it have am receive mode or how to change mode?
#4. The specification?
#5. How to work in split? # I mean transmit in one frequency and receive in different frequency?
#6. Where can I find a operating manual on the Internet?
#7. Could someone tell me the key function of operation?
05-28-2003, 10:10 PM
thank you for your information
i really very appreciate
05-28-2003, 11:04 PM
sorry my name is ping and my callsgn is bv3af
i buy a sea 222 and want use in ham band for mobile use
sea222 ssb has very poor information in internet
by the way i dont have a boat,and i am poor
Okay Ping (BV3AF),
The SEA 222 was designed for marine usage, rather than primary amateur usage.
I can not comment on its suitability for amateur service - I have never seen one (that I remember). #Some current SEA models advertise suitability and specific features for both amateur and marine usage.
The SEA dealer information for Taiwan is below. #I would contact one of these SEA dealers for assistance, dealer look-up information is available on their web site.
#CHIN-HSING TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD.
#NO.8 LANE 89, TSAO-YA CHUNG ST
#CHIEN CHEN DISTRICT
#[ONLY SERVICE / NO SALES]
#PIOTECH ENTERPRISE CO LTD
#8F-1 NO. 67 LANE 53
#TZYH CHYANG 3 ROAD
# #886-7-334-9475 Fax
I was also looking for info on the SEA 222 HF SSB transceiver. Indeed info is scarce on the internet. A mail to the support department of www.seacomcorp.com did help and they were kind enough to mail me an Operator's Manual. The pages are scanned so quality is perfectly readable but not super high. I've posted the manual on my site: