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Kenwood Serial To USB Adapter

The Kenwood KCT-53U serial to USB adapter is compatible with the following Kenwood radios:

  • TK-2140 Series
  • TK-2160 Series
  • TK-2170 Series
  • TK-2180 Series
  • TK-2202 Series
  • TK-2260EX Series
  • TK-2302 Series
  • TK-3201 Series
  • TK-3301 Series
  • TK-7160 Series
  • TK-7162 Series
  • TK-7180 Series
  • TKR-750 Series

The adapter is supplied with drivers.

£60.00 inc VAT


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