Compact enough to carry anywhere with ease, the TK-3230DX has a distinctively ergonomic form that’s handy to hold and operate. It weighs a mere 5.5 oz (155 g) with the rechargeable Li-ion battery and control buttons, which are simple to use with PTT, MON, MENU, CAL, UP and DOWN operations.
The TK-3230DX offers 1.5 watts of power to enable direct radio-to-radio communication on the same frequency (simplex) for up to 5 miles.
|Open areas without obstructions||Up to 5 miles (8 km)|
|Residential areas (near buildings)||Up to 1.5 miles (2.4 km)|
|In steel and/or concrete reinforced buildings||Up to 225,000 sq. ft (20,900 sq. m)|
|In high-rise buildings||Up to 17 floors|
Note: Talk range will vary based on terrain and conditions.
The TK-3230DX is ready for use immediately after purchase. It comes with essential accessories including a fast charger, 2,000 mAh Li-ion battery and a belt clip.
|Battery life (When used for 5% transmit, 5% receive, and 90% standby)||18 hours with saver on|
|14 hours with saver off|
|Battery charging time||2.5 hours|
Users can modify each of 6 preset channels to any of the 99 pre-stored frequencies.
Sub-audible QT tone & DQT digital codes mute undesired voice traffic audio and segregate user groups on shared frequencies or radio system. The user can pick any of the pre-stored channel settings.
The ability to choose frequency and QT/DQT channel settings allows the ProTalk® to operate on the same channels and coded squelch tones as other UHF business radio brands. So choosing the KENWOOD ProTalk® XLS will not impact on any of your previous investments in radio equipment.
KENWOOD’s FleetSync digital signaling system includes PTT ID digital Alphanumeric Number Identification (ANI) for instant radio call identification. FleetSync also includes caller ID display and selective calling (Individual call, Group call and Broadcast call). Users can also set the alert tone (1-10, Off) for Individual call and Group/Broadcast call.
The large 4-digit 7-segment display makes it easy to check on both channel and signaling information. There is also a 3-level icon in the LCD to indicate how much battery power is left.
The radio is set to output a tone when the power is turned on. The user can select from 3 selection tones.
Channel scanning can be used to monitor multiple channels without searching manually.