Yes, a handheld radio kit is possible! Easily connect to any of our intercom kits to complete an in-car setup. This great option is perfect for those looking to communicate with friends and family on the trail within a 2-3 mile range.
Installation is a snap with the included radio-to-intercom adapter. Simply plug radio and cables into your intercom and you're good to go!
Also included in this kit, is a long-range ducky antenna for a little extra radio boost. Make this package complete with additional accessories found below.
The RDH digital handheld delivers superior, clear communication using digital technology for dramatically improved voice quality. Available in either UHF or VHF.
The V3 analog dual band radio provides great performance with built-in dual band (VHF/UHF) options and FM radio.
- Analog or digital handheld radio provides 2~3 mile range.
- Long range ducky antenna
- 6' Jumper Cable
- Handheld Radio Mounting Bracket
Radios Compatible With Kit:
RH-5R, RDH16C, V3
TK208, TK2100 PRO TALK, TK2101 PRO POWER, TK2130 PRO TALK XLS, TK220, TK240, TK240D, TH248, TK250, TK260, TK260G, TK270, TK270G, TK308, TK3100 PRO TALK, TK3101 FREE TALK XL, TK3102 PRO POWER, TK3130 PRO TALK XLS, TK3131 FREE TALK XLS, TK320, TK340, TK340D, TK348, TK350, TK353, TK360, TK360G, TK370, TK370G, TK372G, TK373, TK430, TK431, TK2160, TK2170, TK2200, TK2202, TK3160, TK3170, TK3173, TK3200, TK3201, TK3202,
RPV516A, RPV599A, PLUS, RPU416A, RPU499A PLUS
Fitment may apply for other radios not listed.
- How do you add a frequency?
- A programming software and cable is available from RT Systems. You can purchase this here, https://www.rtsystemsinc.com/V3_c_2062.html
- Will the V3 radio talk with other radios?
- The V3 handheld radio will communicate with all UHF and VHF analog radios that Rugged Radios offers.
- What is the range of the V3 handheld radios?
- The V3 handheld radios will transmit one to three miles depending on terrain and battery power.
- Why can’t I transmit on some channels?
- The V3 is programmed with some listen only channels identified by an L before the channel name.
- These channels are listen only because they are used by emergency services. If you have friends using these channels, please let them know about this.
- How do I differentiate between VHF and UHF channels?
- UHF channels are labeled as such. Example: UHF-1. All other channels are VHF.