JVCKENWOOD Debuts New NEXEDGE NX-1000 Series Mobile Radios
The new NX-1700/1800 radios feature a white back-lit 13 segment, 10-character LCD display, and 7-color LED indicator.
IRVING, Texas — JVCKENWOOD, a manufacturer of analog and digital two-way radios, announces the release of its new NX-1700(VHF)/1800(UHF) mobile radios, said to be capable of multiple operating modes including Analog FM, NXDN Conventional, NXDN Type-D Trunking, and DMR Tier II Conventional.
The new NX-1700/1800 radios feature a white back-lit 13 segment, 10-character LCD display, 7-color LED indicator, fully programmable menu and keys, custom emergency profiles, 6W maximum audio output, dual priority scan, and front panel programming.
Designed for use in demanding mission-critical operations and industry applications, 260 channel NX-1700/1800 mobile meets IP54 and Mil-Std standards 810/C/D/E/F/G/H including dust, water, shock and vibration and features GPS connectivity, 260-channel capability, Lone Worker alerts and multiple scan functions including dual/single priority scan and multi-single zone scan, says the company.
KENWOOD NEXEDGE® analog and digital two-way radios are compliant with P25, DMR and NXDN digital standards. The company provides radios and systems to public safety, utilities, government, education, healthcare and other business and industrial markets.
For more information, visit kenwood.com/usa or call JVCKENWOOD USA at 1-800-950-5005.
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