Kenwood ProTalk 16 Channel Portable VHF Business On-Site Radio - 5 Watt

SKU KEN-TK-2302V16P

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Item Description:

Kenwood's new 300 Series ProTalk model VHF and UHF 2 watt portables take quality and value to an even higher level offering additional channels (4 & 16), a larger selection of UHF frequencies (89), improved sound quality and advanced ergonomic controls.

General Features:

  • 16 Channel Model
  • 5 Watts Transmit Power
  • 89 UHF Pre-Programmed Frequencies
  • 27 VHF Pre-Programmed Frequencies
  • QT/DQT Encode/Decode
  • Wireless Cloning
  • Audio Companding
  • Channel Confirmation Mode
  • Scan w/ Temporary Nuisance Delete
  • Selected/Fixed Priority Channel
  • Channel Voice Announcement
  • Voice Scrambler (by channel)
  • Internal VOX (by channel)
  • MIL Spec 810 C/D/E/F
  • IP 54/55
  • 2 Year Warranty

Included Accessories:

Kenwood ProTalk Portable Two-Way Radio On-Site Communicators

  1. Removable Antenna
  2. KBH-10 Spring Action Belt Clip
  3. KSC-35K 3-Hour Fast Charger
  4. KNB-45L Li-Ion Battery

Accessories are also available for seperate purchase, see related items below.

Compact, ergonomic contours with a Natural comfortable hold and easy to use. Kenwood's LP Li-Ion powered ProTalk is simply the best Communications Tool for heavy duty work environments.

COMPACT DESIGN

The ergonomic contours of the ProTalk naturally fit the hand for a superbly comfortable hold. The non-slip elastomer channel knob and switch torque ensures positive selection and resists accidental changing.

2,4, 6, 8, 15 & 16 CHANNEL MODELS

Select ProTalk 2, 8* or 15** channel models which will fit your needs and requirements. A great selection providing plenty of capacity for multiple channels or radio systems.

* 8 channel model is available in VHF only.
** 15 channel model is available in UHF only.

FREQUENCY & QT/DQT

The ProTalk VHF (TK-2200LP) 2 & 8 channel models has 27 pre-stored frequencies while the ProTalk UHF (TK-3200LP) 2 or 15 channel models has 56 pre-stored frequencies. Both models have 39 QT tones and 83 DQT codes. Users can program a ProTalk to any of the pre-stored frequencies and QT/DQT's, assuring compatibility with other brand radios.

* QT & DQT may also be referred to under other brand acronyms as PL, CG, CTCSS & DPL, DCG, DCS.

SUPER LOCK

Managers can "Super Lock" all user controls (except PTT and volume) to prevent accidental channel changes.

WIRELESS CLONING

This wireless feature simplifies the setup of several Protalk radios to function identically and eliminates repetitive setup actions of individual radios.

CALLING ALERT

Pressing on the Calling Alert key while transmitting causes an alert tone to sound from the other radio's speaker. This is a useful function to signal staff in noisy environments.

INTERNAL VOX/HANDS FREE READY

VOX (voice-operated transmission) is invaluable for specialized tasks or events that require repetitive hands-free communications. The radio itself provides automatic PTT action, so the user simply talks. VOX works with a Kenwood-compatible headset.

TOUGH & WATER RESISTANT

Built tough for rugged work environments, the ProTalk has been designed to pass industrial drop tests, international IP54/55 water and dust intrusion tests and 11 categories of the U.S. Department of Defense MIL-STD 810 C, D, E & F environmental standards tests.

OTHER FEATURES

  • Time Out Timer
  • Battery Save and Low Battery Warning
  • Scan
  • Channel confirmation mode

2 WATTS TRANSMIT POWER / RANGE UP TO 6 MILES

The ProTalk offers 2 watts* of power to enable direct radio-to-radio communication on the same frequency (simplex) for up to 6 miles**.

Conditions
ProTalk®
Open areas without obstructions
Up to 6 miles (9.6 km)
Residential areas (near buildings)
Up to 1.5 miles (2.4 km)
In steel and/ or concrete reinforced buildings
Up to 250,000Sq. (23,220 Sq. m)
In high-rise buildings
Up to 20 floors

* For some frequencies, power may be limited to 1 watt.
** Talk range will vary based on terrain, conditions and type of radio.

Standard
MIL 810C Method/Procedure
MIL 810D Method/Procedure
MIL 810E Method/Procedure
MIL 810F Method/Procedure
Low Pressure
500.1 / Proc. I
500.2 / Proc. I, II
500.3 / Proc. I, II
500.4 / Proc. I, II
High Temp.
501.1 / Proc. I, II
501.2 / Proc. I, II
501.3 / Proc. I, II
501.4 / Proc. I, II
Low Temp.
502.1 / Proc. I
502.2 / Proc. I, II
502.3 / Proc. I, II
502.4 / Proc. I, II
Temp. Shock
503.1 / Proc. I
503.2 / Proc. I
503.3 / Proc. I
503.4 / Proc. I, II
Solar Radiation
505.1 / Proc. I
505.2 / Proc. I
505.3 / Proc. I
505.4 / Proc. I
Rain
506.1 / Proc. I, II
506.2 / Proc. I, II
506.3 / Proc. I, II
506.4 / Proc. I, III
Humidity
507.1 / Proc. I, II
507.2 / Proc. II, III
507.3 / Proc. II, III
507.4
Salt Fog
509.1 / Proc. I
509.2 / Proc. I
509.3 / Proc. I
509.4
Dust
510.1 / Proc. I
510.2 / Proc. I
510.3 / Proc. I
510.4 / Proc. I, III
Vibration
514.2 / Proc. VIII, X
514.3 / Proc. I
514.4 / Proc. I
514.5 / Proc. I
Shock
516.2 / Proc. I, II, V
516.3 / Proc. I, IV
516.4 / Proc. I, IV
516.5 / Proc. I, IV

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