Amplifier/Tuner Interface
Icom 7410, 7300, 7200, 7100, 7000, 718, 703 and 706

by Bob W2ENY

The Icom 7410, 7300, 7200, 7100, 7000, 718, 703 and 706 refer to a OPC-118 adapter in their manual for interfacing to the AT-100, AT-500 tuner and IC-2KL amplifier... But this cable is no longer available new!!!

This is another accessory that I developed to interface Icom equipment. Works with the AT-100, AT-500, IC-2KL and 7410/7300/7200/7100/7000/718/703/706 transceiver using the DIN type accessory jack on the back of the radio.

Using your ACC jack, this interface passes all neccesary control voltages to the amp for ALC, T/R keying and auto-bandswitching. Just like Icom designed it. They just don't support it anymore...

The cable here is shielded and 3 feet long, so you can connect directly between the radio and amplifier or tuner. As I recall, Icom had you buying two cables to solve this solution.

If you have an ICOM 7410, 7300, 7200, 7100, 7000, 703 or 706 and AT-100, AT-500 or IC-2KL amplifier, this is what you need! 

All 706 and 703 are the same connector and cable.

$35 Complete
Includes shipping by USPS First Class Mail

Send check (US Only) or money order in US$ to:

Robert Langston
286 Hudson Street
Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y.  12520

You my also require the adapter cable to attach the AT500 and IC-2KL, follow the link to see my version.