Kenwood TK-3407 handheld two-way radio, with professional performance, enhanced features, such as channel scanning, built-in VOX, long battery life, stylish design. Offering 5 watts of power and MIL-STD810 and IP54 / 55 weather protection, these portable devices are designed to operate in the toughest environments.
Durable and reliable
TK-3407 meets US military standard MIL-STD 810 C/D/E/F/G environmental test standards. It is tested by IP54 standard in terms of dust and rain. Can withstand the use in harsh working environments.
Enhanced audio quality
Kenwood has decades of professional radio experience to ensure sound quality, and the sound quality of the TK-3407 is undoubtedly clearer, except for the loud sound – a 36 mm diameter speaker that provides 1W of audio output.
4W output power in the UHF band,. Additionally, the UHF frequency coverage on the TK-3407 is 70MHz.
TK-3407 provides ample capacity for operating with multiple channels or radio systems, as well as a Channel Stopper option to provide guidance in selecting the intended channel.
2 programmable function keys
Both PF Keys can be programmed for any of the many functions available, permitting customization to suit your specific requirements. Either key can also be programmed for an Emergency function.
This ingenious feature provides an extra layer of security for individuals who work in remote or hazardous areas. As long as the buttons are pressed regularly, the radio operates normally. However, if there is a long lapse, it will sound an alert. And if the user does not respond to the alert, the TK-3407 will place an emergency call to a predetermined person or group.
Independent settings for each channel
Radio channels can be programmed independently for VOX, scrambler and compander functions. This means a user can switch a function on or off simply by changing channels.
• QT / DQT / DTMF
• FleetSync PTT ID, SelCall
• 2-tone (encode/decode)
• 5-tone (encode/decode)
• Built-in MDC-1200 signaling
FleetSync and MDC-1200 signaling can be
independently selected for each zone. Switching is
as simple as changing zones.