The Kenwood TK-3401D is a PMR446 handheld radio which in addition to the conventional analogue FM operation also offers the new dPMR446 technology (not compatible with the Ham-Radio DMR devices). It is easy to switch between the digital and the analogue mode, with a total of 32 channels (16 digital and 16 analogue) available in two zones. This is ideal for a smooth transition from analog to digital.
A high-performance Li-Ion battery and the robust design also qualify this license-free radio for demanding PMR-446 applications. A comprehensive range of optional accessories covers almost every application.
Technical Data TK-3401D
Channel spacing Digital 6,25 kHz
Channel spacing Analog 12,5 kHz
Batterie Lifetime with KNB-45L: 18 hours – Batterie save on,
14 hours Batterie save of – at 5%-5%-90%
Frequency Stability ± 1ppm (-30 – +60 °C
Operating Voltage 7,5 V DC ± 20%
Dimensions with KNB-45L: W x H x D 54 x 122 x 35,5 mm
Weight (Netto) with KNB-45L: 280 g
AF-Output Voltage 1 W with THD < 10 % with new BTL amplifier
TX Output 0,5W (see PMR446 Reglementation)
4-color LED (Red, Orange, Green, Blue) yes
All-in-One Package yes
“All Reset” Function yes
Batterie Save Function yes
Call signaling yes
Compact Design yes
“Companded” Audio yes
Internal VOX applicable yes
(Electronic serial number) yes
Keypad Lock yes
Batterie warning yes
Monitor Key yes
Programmable function buttons 2
QT (CTCSS) / DQT (DCS) yes
Adjustable Mic-Gain yes
Voice announcements yes
Voice inversion yes
VOX internal VOX with adjustable gain in 10 Steps
Windows PC Programming and Tuning yes
Compatible to other PMR-446 Devices yes
3 optional Batteries yes
MIL-STD 810 C/D/E/F/G yes
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