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Battery, charger, belt-clip, antenna and manual.
- TK-3402U16P Two-way Radio
- KNB-45L Li-Ion Battery
- KSC-35SK 3-Hour Fast Charger
- KBH-10 Spring Action Belt Clip
- Removable Antenna
- Channel Stopper
Country of Origin: Singapore
|Manufacturer||Kenwood USA Corp.|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TK-3402U16P|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.kenwoodusa.com|
|Product Name||TK-3402U16P Two-way Radio|
|Marketing Information||KENWOOD's TK-2402V/3402U portable radios deliver professional performance, enhanced features such as scan, built-in VOX, a long battery life, as well as a sleek design. Offering 5 watts of power and MIL-STD810 & IP54/55 weatherproofing, these portables have been expertly engineered to perform in the toughest of environments.|
|Product Type||Two-way Radio|
|Radio Channels||16 UHF|
|Total Radio Channels||16|
|Channel Frequency||450 MHz to 520 MHz|
Tough & Water Resistant
Built to perform in the toughest environments, the TK-2402V/3402U has passed the demanding IP54/55 dust and water intrusion tests - both with and without an optional speaker microphone. It also meets or exceeds 11 stringent MIL-STD 810 C/D/E/F/G environmental standards, including "driven rain".
Enhanced Audio Quality
As an experienced audio specialist, KENWOOD has drawn on decades of expertise to ensure that the sound quality of TK-2402V/3402U is undeniably clearer and crisper, as well as loud - thanks to the 36mm-diameter speaker, which delivers up to 1 watt audio output.
Output Power is 5W for both VHF (TK-2407) and UHF (TK-3407). Additionally, the UHF frequency coverage on the TK-3407 is 70MH
|Batteries||Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)|
|Power Consumption||5 W|
|Weight (Approximate)||9.92 oz - with KNB-45L Battery|
|ProductTitle||5 Watt Analog Radio, The Professional Standard. Comparable to RDU-4180D,CP-200,CP-185,RDU-4160 - 16 x UHF5 W|
|Limited Warranty||2 Year|
|Beach Audio Warranty|
This product was added to our catalog on Saturday, October 22, 2016.