Kenwood NX-1200DE2 VHF analog/digital jaktradiopakke

Den mest avanserte jaktradioen på markedet.

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Denne radioen har vi store forventninger til. Dette er samband for den kvalitetsbevisste jegeren. 

Kenwood har produsert radioer siden 1978 og er kjent for kvalitetsprodukter som leveres over hele verden.

NX-1200 er en Jaktradio og Sikrings-radio som virker både på analoge kanaler og digitale kanaler.

  •      Ekstremt god rekkevidde!
  •      Best lyd i klassen både på sending og mottak!
  •      Alle analoge og digitale kanaler! 
  •      Stort utvalg i tilbehør!
  •      Leveres med Norsk bruksanvisning!
  •      Egen video med hvordan radioen brukes på YouTube!
  •      Skogsantenne av høy kvalitet produsert i Danmark
  •      Stemmeforvrenging på Analoge kanaler og Kryptering på Digitale kanaler gir deg og ditt jakt eller sikringslag private samtaler som ikke kan avlyttes av andre!

I radiopakken følger det med Radio med batteri, tilpasset antenne, batteri, belteklips, hurtiglader for 220v og stilig koffert for oppbevaring

 

SPECIFICATIONS

GeneralNX-1200NX-1300
Pre-set Frequencies Type 1 136-174 MHz 450-520 MHz
Type 2   400-470 MHz
Max. Channels per Radio 260 (64 for basic model)
Number of Zones 128 (4 for basic model)
Max. Channels per Zone 250 (16 for basic model)
Channel Spacing Analog 30*1 / 25*1 / 15 / 12.5 kHz
Digital 12.5 / 6.25 kHz
Power Supply 7.5 VDC ±20 %
Battery Life DMR Analog/NXDN
KNB-45L (2000mAh) Approx. 14.5 hours Approx. 11 hours
KNB-69L (2550mAh) Approx. 19 hours Approx. 14 hours
Operating Temperature(Radio only)*2 -22°F to +140°F (-30°C to +60°C)
Frequency Stability (-30 to +60°C; +25°C Ref.) ±0.5 ppm
Antenna Impedance 50 Ω
Dimensions (W x H x D) Projections Not Included
Radio with KNB-45L/82LCM 2.13 x 4.84 x 1.32 in (54 x 123 x 33.5 mm)
Radio with KNB-69L 2.13 x 4.84 x 1.48 in (54 x 123 x 37.5 mm)
Weight Radio Only 6.17 oz (175 g)
Radio with KNB-45L/82LCM 10.41 oz (295 g)
Radio with KNB-69L 10.93 oz (310 g)
FCC ID Type 1 K44501000 K44501101 (pending)
Type 2   K44501100
IC Certification 282F-501000 282F-501100
ReceiverNX-1200NX-1300
Sensitivity NXDN® @ 6.25 kHz Digital (3% BER) 0.18 μV
NXDN® @ 12.5 kHz Digital (3% BER) 0.22 µV
DMR® @ 12.5 kHz Digital (1% BER) 0.25 µV
DMR® @ 12.5 kHz Digital (5% BER) 0.18 µV
Analog @ 12.5/25 kHz (12 dB SINAD) 0.24 µV / 0.20 µV
Selectivity Analog @ 12.5 / 25 kHz 68 dB / 74 dB
Intermodulation Distortion 70 dB
Spurious Rejection 70 dB
Audio Distortion 7%
Audio Output Power 1 W / 12 Ω (Internal Output)
TransmitterNX-1200NX-1300
RF Power Output (High / Low) 5 W / 4 W / 1 W
Spurious Emission -70 dB
FM Hum & Noise Analog @ 12.5 / 25 kHz 40 dB / 45 dB
Audio Distortion 2%
DMR Digital Protocol ETSI TS 102 361-1, -2, -3
Emission Designator 16K0F3E, 11K0F3E, 8K30F1E, 8K30F1D, 8K30F7W, 4K00F1E, 4K00F1D, 4K00F7W, 4K00F2D, 7K60FXD, 7K60F7W

*1 25 / 30 kHz in VHF/UHF Bands excluding T-Band are not included in the models sold in the USA or US territories.
*2 Operating temperature specification for a Li-ion battery is -10°C to +60°C [14°F to +140°F].Analog measurements made per TIA603. Specifications are measured according to applicable standards.Specifications are subject change without notice, due to advancements in technology.

FleetSync® is a registered trademark of JVCKENWOOD Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.NXDN® is a trademark of JVCKENWOOD Corporation and Icom Inc.NEXEDGE® is a registered trademark of JVCKENWOOD Corporation.All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.

MIL-STD & IP

MIL StandardMIL 810C Methods/ProceduresMIL 810D Methods/ProceduresMIL 810E Methods/ProceduresMIL 810F Methods/ProceduresMIL 810G Methods/Procedures
Low Pressure 500.1/Procedure I 500.2/Procedure I, II 500.3/Procedure I, II 500.4/Procedure I, II 500.5/Procedure I, II
High Temperature 501.1/Procedure I, II 501.2/Procedure I, II 501.3/Procedure I, II 501.4/Procedure I, II 501.5/Procedure I, II
Low Temperature 502.1/Procedure I 502.2/Procedure I, II 502.3/Procedure I, II 502.4/Procedure I, II 502.5/Procedure I, II
Temperature Shock 503.1/Procedure I 503.2/Procedure I 503.3/Procedure I 503.4/Procedure I, II 503.5/Procedure I
Solar Radiation 505.1/Procedure 505.2/Procedure I 505.3/Procedure I 505.4/Procedure I 505.5/Procedure I
Rain* 506.1/Procedure I, II 506.2/Procedure I, II 506.3/Procedure I, II 506.4/Procedure I, III 506.5/Procedure I, III
Humidity 507.1/Procedure I, II 507.2/Procedure II, III 507.3/Procedure II, III 507.4 507.5/Prcedure II
Salt Fog 509.1/Procedure I 509.2/Procedure I 509.3/Procedure I 509.4 509.5
Dust 510.1/Procedure I 510.2/Procedure I 510.3/Procedure I 510.4/Procedure I, III 510.5/Procedure I
Vibration 514.2/Procedure VIII, X 514.3/Procedure I 514.4/Procedure I 514.5/Procedure I 514.6/Procedure I
Shock 516.2/Procedure I, II, V 516.3/Procedure I, IV 516.4/Procedure I, IV 516.5/Procedure I, IV 516.6/Procedure I, IV
International Protection Standard
Dust & Water Protection* IP54/55* To meet IP54/55, the 2-pin connector cover has to be connected on the radio or the locking bracket has to be attached to the external speaker microphone.