Kenwood PKT-23 UHF Two Way Radio Bundle - Includes 6 KHS-34 C Ring Headsets & 6 Walkie Talkie Charging Tray
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Our Kenwood PKT-23 UHF Two Way Radio bundle is an excellent starter kit for new two way radio customers because you get everything you need to improve your Team communication in one box. The Kenwood PKT-23 is the smallest business two way radio on the market and is paired with our most popular headset and a six port charging tray making this an easy solution to your productivity problems.
Your Kenwood PKT-23 UHF Two Way Radio Bundle Includes:
- 6 Kenwood PKT-23 UHF Two Way Radios
- 6 Kenwood KHS-34 C Ring Headsets
- 1 Kenwood 6 Port Charging Tray
- 6 Kenwood Individual Charging Trays
Key Features of the Kenwood PKT-23 UHF Two Way Radio Bundle
- 4 Talk Channels with Scan
- 1.5 Watts of Transmit Power
- 15 Hour Battery Life
- IP54 Durability Rating - Withstands a 5 Foot Drop on Concrete & is Water Resistant
- Kenwood's Unmatched Audio Quality
We Educate .... You Decide if the Kenwood PKT-23 UHF Two Way Radio Bundle is Right For You!
Why do we need a multi-unit charging tray if each walkie talkie comes with its own individual tray? Individual trays require six outlets to charge six two way radios. Additionally, the cords are messy and things generally look disorganized. The multi-unit charger charges all six using one outlet while keeping extra cords hidden out of the way.
We are a high school with multiple buildings, will the Kenwood PKT-23 work for us? We recommend 4 watt two way radios for high schools. While the PKT-23 will work in your environment, you may experience dead spots at the furthest points of your campus.
Are Kenwood PKT-23 two way radios compatible with other two way radios? Yes, you can use the Kenwood PKT-23 with other analog UHF two way radios programmed to the same frequencies and codes. Twowayradiocenter.com can assist you with getting your existing two way radios and your new two way radios working together.