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The TK-2200/3200’s ergonomic contours 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.
The TK-2200/3200 2-channel models satisfy the most common two- way requirements. The 8-channel models provide plenty of capacity for multiple channels or radio systems. Some users need fixed and
itinerant traveling channels. A single channel frequency can be re-used with different encode ID’s for selective calling or simple remote control applications (see DTMF and FleetSync®).
Scanning is a simple way to monitor multiple channels and the TK-2200/3200 offers both standard and priority scan modes. Talk
Back allows immediate response to a received call without having to manually search or change channels.
The two side keys, PF1 and PF2, are programmable for Monitor, Monitor Momentary, Scan, Scan + Temporary Delete, Calling (PF1 Default), Key Lock, Super Lock, Scrambler, Squelch Off, Squelch Off Momentary (PF2 Default), Temporary Delete, or Autodial.
Managers can “Super Lock” all user controls (except PTT and volume) to prevent accidental channel changes and PF key operation.
The following are the easy steps to activate or deactivate this feature:
•To activate Super Lock: Hold the programmed Super Lock key for 4 seconds.
•The following controls are Super Locked*:
❚Scan + Temporary Delete Key
❚Temporary Delete Key
* Except Volume, PTT, Calling Alert, Monitor, Monitor Momentary, Squelch Off and Squelch Off Momentary, Autodial
•To deactivate Super Lock: With power off, press and hold the PF2 Key for 2 seconds and turn the radio power on.
This dealer-enabled feature will announce the channel number each time the radio is powered up and after each channel change.
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.
The built-in voice inversion scrambling feature provides basic communications security against casual eavesdropping (compatible with the inversion scramblers on other Kenwood radio models).‚ PTT ID
Kenwood’s FleetSync® protocol offers “digital” PTT ID for FleetSync® capable dispatch systems. The PTT ID can be set per channel to encode one of eight Fleet List ID’s used for selective calling of groups or individual units.
The industry standard tone/code squelching formats QT and DQT provide system access and group segregation on shared frequencies. DTMF PTT ID is included for dispatch operations or for a simple remote control application. The DTMF decode capabilities include a selective call ID, transpond with ID, “wild card” group calling and radio stun. Both selective calling formats (FleetSync® and DTMF) have call alert tones and LED indications.
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. (One of ten alert tones can be programmed).
Built tough for rugged work environments, the TK-2200/3200 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.
❚14-Hour Ni-MH Battery Pack (18 Hours with Battery Saver On)
❚3-Hour Fast Charger
❚Spring Action Belt Clip
❚Wide/Narrow per Channel
❚Selectable Microphone Sensitivity (2-level FPU Set)
❚Time Out Timer
❚Busy Channel Lockout
❚Low Battery Warning
❚Wireless Clone (Dealer function only)
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Methods/Procedures MIL-STD 810C
Methods/Procedures MIL-STD 810D
Methods/Procedures MIL-STD 810E
Methods/Procedures MIL-STD 810F
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