The TK-5710G/5810G high specification heavy-duty mobile radio offers conventional FM and conventional P25 digital operation to satisfy present and future interoperability requirements for law enforcement, fire and emergency services. Built on Kenwood's advanced 90-Series design, the TK-5710G/5810G is available in dash-mount, single-head and dual-head remote mount configurations with choice of 12 or 14-character high resolution backlit dot matrix LCD. The controls and customizable PF keys provide an intuitive user interface simplifying P25 and FM operation for all user types. The P25 trunked option permits operation on local, regional and statewide Project 25 compliant networked systems. The extra large channel and zone capacity facilitate inter-agency interoperability, mutual aid, and tactical channel organization. The encryption/ANI functionality provides basic to high level voice security and dispatch functions, satisfying homeland security and confidentiality requirements. Standardized DES-OFB and AES encryption options permit advanced, secure interoperable voice communications. The DB-25 and 15-pin accessory connectors permit interface with headset/intercom systems and police motorcycle helmet systems. The TK5710G/5810G mobile radio is the Version 3 edition of the TK5710/5810 Series, with increased Channel/Zone Capacity, and the latest AMBE+2 Vocoder that improves this model’s power up sequence to a rapid 3 seconds.
Available only on the TK5710G/5810G family of radios, the KCH-16 Handheld Control Head provides full control of all radio functions, and fits in the palm of your hand. The KCH-16M can be stored and mounted out of sight inside a vehicle center console, a glove compartment or under the seat. The long 7-foot coiled-cord provides additional user flexibility. The KCH-16M provides a practical solution for covert operations, small command posts, limited-space applications and VIP vehicle installations. Now available in a dual-head configuration, the KCH-16M is on the wish list of battalion chiefs throughout California.
This second generation family of digital P25 mobile radios features a compact design, but includes all of the advanced features and reliability that public safety users have come to expect from Kenwood. Available in VHF and UHF frequency bands, the new mid-tier TK-5720/5820 P25 mobiles operate in FM Analog and P25 Digital modes, include the expanded feature set of far more expensive P25 models, and deliver extremely high quality audio performance. The TK5720/5820 utilizes the AMBE+2 vocoder which delivers improved voice quality in high noise environments, and allows the radio to “boot up” more quickly than earlier models.
The Kenwood TK5210G/5310G is the new Version III edition of their high performance digital P25 portable radio. The G-Model portable offers expanded memory, improved digital voice performance and advancements in durability. The TK-5210G/5310G portables are ideal for larger systems, with up to 1,024 channels and 100 Zones and provide a fast three-second micro boot time at power up. In addition to IP 65 and 67, these G-Model portables meet the IP 68 standard for maximum protection against dust and water, as well as water immersion for up to two hours. These radios feature the most recent release of the TIA-approved AMBE+2 vocoder for improved performance in high noise environments, and are available in new optional yellow and orange housings. This high-specification, high-performance portable radio is the choice of fire chiefs and firefighters throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
This second generation family of digital P25 portable radios features a compact design, but includes all of the advanced features and reliability that public safety users have come to expect from Kenwood. Available in VHF and UHF frequency bands, the new mid-tier TK-5220/5320 P25 portables operate in FM Analog and P25 Digital modes, include the expanded feature set of far more expensive P25 models, and deliver extremely high quality audio performance. The TK5220/5320 utilizes the AMBE+2 vocoder which delivers improved voice quality in high noise environments, and allows the radio to “boot up” more quickly than earlier models.