Kenwood Demos Dispatch Console for NEXEDGE, More New Products (8/17/12)
Kenwood demonstrated the new MAX Dispatch System for the first time at the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International exhibition. MAX is ideal for small to mid-sized agencies with the systems and pricing matched to their needs.
The Kenwood NEXEDGE MAX dispatch console system is designed to connect directly to the NEXEDGE Trunking Repeater System (TRS) via an IP connection. The system consists of a Windows-based workstation with a MAX Dispatch Media dock, radio gateways that serve as interface devices to mobile radios, base stations and auxiliary controls and a central, host platform that serves as a host for system management software and as an interface point to third-party devices.
Kenwood also introduced the NEXEDGE NX-200/300 and P25 TK-5220/5320 radios with an immersion option, ideal for hazardous materials (HAZMAT) and search-and-rescue (SAR) teams. The IP67 Immersion option is in addition to the 11 military spec categories the portables already meet, including driven rain and IP54/55 standards for prevention of water and dust access into the radio’s casing. This new option, the W-model, means that these portables can tolerate being immersed in 1 meter of water (3 feet) for 30 minutes.
Kenwood also released international safety orange and yellow case options for NEXEDGE and P25 portables and the KMC-51M/52W speaker mics with advanced voice enhancement technology.
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