Kenwood TK3360 Man Down Two-Way Radio

Kenwood TK3360 Man Down Two-Way Radio

€395.00Price

The TK-3360 is a UHF analogue two way radio from Kenwood. Meeting IP55 requirements this radio has a limited ingress protection against dust, whilst also being safeguarded against jets of water from all angles. Operating to MIL-STD-810 (C/D/E/F) the TK-3360 has been tested in some of the harshest working environments, proven to continue working even in conditions such as blowing rain.

 

A 16 channel capacity offers ample storage with the TK-3360, also hosting a colour coded channel stopper in order to enhance operability when only a select few of the channels are required. Side mounted programmable keys are featured on the TK-3360, this allows for easier operation usage whilst also taking advantage of the hold feature in order to double the number of functions available for quick use.

 

The TK-3360 is supplied as standard with a KNB-55L 1800mAh Li-Ion battery, this will allow for up to 9 hours of talk time. Standing at 103.7mm tall, 56mm wide and 29.1mm in depth whilst the battery is connected, the TK-3360 is described as a slim, compact and lightweight radio. Advances in Kenwoods engineering have resulted in ergonomic designs that are easy to grip and operate in a variety of working environments.

 

The TK-3360 is UHF.

 

Lone Worker is a feature found on many two way radios where it's able to send a pre-determined signal, for example a distress call or alarm, to other radios in range, Lone Worker requires some type of interaction from the radio user after a period of radio inactivity. An example of this is the radio can be set to require the radio operator to interact with his or her radio once every 30 minutes. If they fail to do so, their radio will start making an audible sound. If there is still no interaction with his or her radio within 1 further minute, a alarm will sound to other team members to tell them a team member is not responding to Lone Worker. The supervisor can then dispatch another team member to the non-reponsive team member's last known location to offer assistance.