Kenwood TK-380 Handheld radio Kenwood's new TK-380 compact portable offers Trunked Format or Conventional Format configurations along with FleetSync® Digital Messaging & Signaling, sufficient to be an integral part of any radio system where it counts most — in the field. What’s more, the...
Kenwood's new TK-380 compact portable offers Trunked Format or Conventional Format configurations along with FleetSync® Digital Messaging & Signaling, sufficient to be an integral part of any radio system where it counts most — in the field. What’s more, the rugged ergonomic design and world-famous Kenwood quality combine to make this high-performance unit perfect for today’s demanding applications.
Trunked Format provides both programmable LTR® trunked and conventional system partitions within the radio for operation on multiple systems of these two types. LTR® trunking systems automatically provide communications on any available channel within a pool of channels on each system. The Kenwood TK-280/380 features all traditional LTR® trunking functions such as System Scan & Group Scan for multiple system/multiple talk group calling, Fixed Priority IDs, Transmit Inhibit and a Decode ID Block for dispatcher fleet control and monitoring. Conventional system partitions are programmable for multiple channels. Priority scan permits scanning of all channels and monitor ing a priority channel for activity even while receiving a call on another non-priority channel.
Conventional Format provides traditional conventional operation programmable for multiple channels in one contiguous channel group or multiple channel groups to accommodate different geographical areas, user organiza tion, special use or provisional needs. Priority scanning can be set for single group or multiple group scan allowing a user to scan a current channel group and/or all other groups.
LARGE CHANNEL CAPACITY
The TK-280/380 answers the call for large systems, multiple systems and growing fleet sizes with the large capacity 32 Systems/250 Group IDs in Trunked Format or 250 channels in Conventional Format.
MULTIPLE SCAN FUNCTIONS
Trunked format operation offers system and group scan to permit monitoring of calls on multiple systems and multiple talk groups per system. Priority scanning is available for within programmed conventional systems. Conventional format operation permits single priority scanning within a single channel group or among multiple channel groups. Talk Back scan permits users to respond immediately to calls regardless of the pre-programmed or selected scan revert channel.
450 ~ 490 MHz
470 ~ 512 MHz
400 ~ 430 MHz
|System (Trunked mode)||Max. 32|
|Group (Trunked mode)||Max. 250|
|Max. 600/Max. 250|
|PLL step||5, 6.25 kHz|
|Battery voltage||7.5 V DC ± 20 %|
Battery life (5-5-90 duty cycle)
KNB-17A (1500 mAh)
KNB-21N (1600 mAh)
KNB-22N (2100 mAh)
More than 10 hours
More than 10.5 hours
More than 13 hours
|Operating temperature range||-22° F ~ +140° F (-30° C ~ +60° C)|
|Frequency stability||±0.00025% (-22° F ~ +140° F)|
|Antenna impedance||50 Ω|
Channel frequency spread
Dimensions (W x H x D)
[projections not included]
with KNB-21N battery
|2-5/16 x 5-5/16 x 1-5/16 in. (58 x 135 x 34 mm)|
17.3 oz. (490 g ) with KNB-21N battery,
antenna and belt hook
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