DENVER--Kenwood introduced during the Association of Public-Safety Association Officials conference here the TK-5710, a mobile radion designed for public-safety used that provides both conventional operations and Project 25 capability.

In addition, the VHF radio also is compatible with Kenwood’s FleetSync platform—which provides enhanced messaging and automatic vehicle location capability—and offers AES/DES encryption options.

Other options include: three mounting configurations (dash mount, single or dual control head remote mounts); a choice of two front panels; a 12-character alphanumeric display with built-in speaker; or a 14-character alphanumeric display with an external speaker option.

The TK-5710 also offers dual priority scan, 512 channels/50 zones, emergency call features and meets Mil Std 810 C, D, E & F.