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TWO WAY RADIO BASE STATIONS

Base Station are designed to be located in a single, fixed location and are used to maintain contact with a dispatched fleet of hand held or mobile radios. The Base Station can communicate with the mobile movable vehicle-mounted radios or hand held portable radios.

Kenwood NX 800 Base Station radio

NX 800 Base Station with hand mic

The NX-700 & 800 Base Station is a NX-800 mobile radio with a 12V @ 15A power supply that supplies the same voltage in lieu of your vehicle.  The power supply can be a Kenwood KPS-15, Astron SL-15R or a power supply from any other vendor.  The base can be supplied with a hand microphone or a desk microphone.  The base station requires an external antenna such as base station antenna on the roof of a building or a magnetic mount to operate from a temporary location.

NX-3820 Base with desk mic

NX-3820 Base with desk mic

The NX-3720 & 3820 Base Station is a NX-3820 mobile radio with a 12V @ 15A power supply that supplies the same voltage in lieu of your vehicle.  The power supply can be a Kenwood KPS-15, Astron SL-15R or a power supply from any other vendor.  The base can be supplied with a hand microphone or a desk microphone.  The base station requires an external antenna such as base station antenna on the roof of a building or a magnetic mount to operate from a temporary location.

NX-720HG & 820HG Mobile Radio Front ViewThe NX-720HG, 820HG base station radio is Kenwood’s economical digital mobile radio configured as a base station.  This radio has a wealth of robust features.  The radio is capable of the following modes of operation: analog simplex, analog conventional repeater, analog LTR trunking, digital simplex, digital conventional repeater and digital NEXEDGE networking.  Features include 10 character LCD display, 260 channels per zone, 128 zones, GPS, DB-15 accessory connector 50W VHF & 45W UHF and many more.

External power supply for base stations

External power supply for base stations. Can be used instead of the Astron Supply. This will work on base stations or mobile radios. This low profile power supply will supply 12V at 20A to power the mobile radio to convert the operation to a base station.  This power supply is significantly smaller than the Astron supply pictured with the base stations.  The mobile radio being used as a base station will still need a microphone and an antenna.

12 Volt

12 Volt/Cigarette lighter cable. This cable can be used to convert a base station to a mobile. This cable will plug into the cigarette lighter jack (now known as a power jack) in a vehicle to power the radio.  The other end of the cable will plug into the power cord of the mobile radio to power the radio.

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