Kenwood TK-2402V16P Product Overview

This Kenwood TK-2402V16 model has been upgraded to the Kenwood NX-P1200AVK . Please contact us for details.

Product Description
IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a VHF radio. VHF radios are designed mainly for outdoor use. The VHF waves travel well over open land and water and do well in foliage conditions and near wooden buildings. However, VHF waves tend to be easily disrupted inside buildings, in city conditions, etc. Unless you are using your radios almost exclusively outdoors, you will want UHF or Digital radios.

The difference between UHF and VHF can be explained with frequency penetration. VHF waves travel about twice the distance of UHF waves on open ground, rolling hills or through foliage. However, VHF waves are very poor at penetrating walls, buildings and rugged terrain. So, if you are working exclusively outdoors with open land, rolling hills or heavy trees, VHF radios are the best. In any other situation, including indoor-to-outdoor use, UHF radios will be the choice.

Professional performance and extreme ease-of-use come together to make the Kenwood TK-2402V16P the ideal choice for any business that needs reliable communication between team members. This Kenwood radio can change the way your construction, hospitality or other staff gets things done. Featuring 16 channels that enable multiple users to communicate simultaneously, as well as 56 frequencies and channel scan capabilities, there's no reason your whole team can't stay in touch, whether you're picking up supplies or on a job site.

Featuring an antenna, a 12-hour li-ion battery and a 3-hour rapid charger, these feature-packed two-way Kenwood radios have it all - and more. With a spring-assisted pocket clip that lets users tote them along anywhere, as well as compatibility with Kenwood headsets, the Kenwood TK-2402V16P is the perfect choice for many businesses.

The Kenwood TK-2402V16P meets MIL-STD 810 C, D, E, F and G standards, and it passes IP54/55 standards, too. It's extremely rugged, which means it's well-suited for nearly any application (its polycarbonate case can stand up to jolts, bumps and drops). If you plan to rely on your radio in the event of an emergency, ready yourself by reading the FCC's in-depth guide on emergency communication to better understand what to expect.