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Kenwood  TK-290/390
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Kenwood TK-290/390

Product Information

VHF/UHF FM Transceivers

General Features

The 90-Series classic premium line is a stalwart mainstay in Kenwood's high specification and heavy-duty portables. Designed specifically for the public safety, public service, government, rail, transportation, utility and private industry sectors, the 90-Series basic features and form factor are a favorite communications tool among these groups. The top mount LCD provides simple aliases useful for multi-channel systems/users. The extra large capacity and dynamic channel grouping facilitate departmental, inter-agency interoperability, mutual aid and tactical channel organization. Encryption /ANI control permits basic to high level voice security and dispatch functions satisfying homeland security and confidentiality requirements. Emergency Call and Man-Down for hazardous environment and jail/corrections personnel is supported for FleetSync, MDC-1200/G-Star options and DTMF ANI formats. DTMF or Two-Tone Selective Call provides built-in talkback paging capability.



5W (136-174 MHz)
4W (403-430, 450-490, 470-512 MHz)
160 Channels / 16 Channel Groups
Dual Priority Scan
Single & Multi-Group Scan
7-Character Alphanumeric Aliases
Lighted 13-Segment LCD
Inverting LCD Display
3-Digit Sub-Display
Function / Status LCD Icons
Transmit / Busy / Call Alert / Warn LED
2 Top Panel PF Keys
2 Side PF Keys
Emergency Call Features
Emergency Man-Down Option
Two-Tone Decode
DTMF Encode / Decode
MIL-SPEC Speaker Mic Options
MIL-STD "Driven Rain"
Intrisically Safe Option (USTC)
MSHA Mine Safety I.S. Option
FleetSync Encode
Download Kenwood TK-290/390 Brochure (2,75 MB)

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