Kenwood NX-P500 Digital Analog 6CH 2W UHF 2-Way Radio 6-Pack (Discontinued)

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This Six Pack of the New NEXEDGE Kenwood NX-P500 pocket sized radio is a great buy. Small, light and powerful, this UHF 2W 6 Channel digital transceiver. Ideal for business, retail, hospitality, hotels, education and the restaurant industry. Put your employees in touch with each other. With a lightweight and compact body (approx. 5.6 ounces) and a slim and comfortable design this one fit's in the palm of your hand. A second PTT lets users toggle between analog and digital operation in the same radio. This allows users to migrate at their own pace, with one radio at a time, a work group or their entire fleet of radios. A large, bright, backlit 8 segment display and the unique 7-LED status indicator make at-a-glance visual checks much easier.

Rugged and Submersible, this radio is compliant with 11 U.S. Military Standards (MIL-STD) and is IP67 rated for protection against dust and immersion. Mixed Mode operation allows that enables communication with both analog and digital units, making the switch to digital go smoothly. This promotes a simple method for transitioning to digital operations at your own pace. A powerful 2W maximum transmission output makes for easy reception, even in open and larger spaces. The 2 watt digital portable has KENWOOD audio, digital AMBE+2 for excellent voice quality and enhanced coverage, and a powerful 750 mW speaker, assuring crisp, clear voice communications, even in noisy environments.  


  • Dual Mode NXDN Digital & FM Analog
  • UHF 2 Watt Transmit Power
  • Small (1.97” W x 3.70” H x 1.07” D) & Lightweight (5.6 oz)
  • Li-Ion battery with over 15 Hours (w/Save On) Talk Time (5/5/90 duty cycle)
  • 750 mW Loud Speaker
  • High Brightness LCD Display
  • 7-color LED Indicator
  • Rugged and Submersible IP67 Dust & Immersion / MIL-STD-810 C/D/E/F/G
  • 6 Channel Operation (Factory pre-set) in Digital Mode
  • 99 User-Programmable Memory Bank Frequencies
  • Digital/Analog Mixed Mode Operation
  • Individual Call / Group Call
  • Second PTT
  • Channel Scan
  • NXDN Digital Scrambler
  • Repeater Mode
  • Wireless Cloning Mode
  • Key Lock/Super Lock
  • User Programmable QT (45) and DQT (174) Signaling
  • Compander
  • FleetSync®
  • LCD Battery Meter & Low Battery Alert
  • VOX (Voice-activated transmit)
  • Time Out Timer
  • Free Programming Software (KPG-D5)
  • Up to a 5 Mile Range (Open areas without obstructions)
  • Up to a 1.5 Mile Range (Residential areas near buildings)
  • UP TO 200,000 Sq. Ft. / up to 18 Floor Coverage
  • Compact Only 3.7" Tall (Radio Only - does not include antenna height) 
  • Battery life: up to 15 hours 
  • Two Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • FCC License required

What comes in the box:

  • Six Kenwood NEXEDGE ProTalk NX-P500 Radios
  • KNB-81L Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery x 6
  • KSC-50K Rapid Desktop Charger x 6
  • KBH-21W Re-enforced Belt Clip x6
  • A Fixed Antenna 
  • Owner's Manual x 6

Factory Programmed Channel / Frequencies / QT Setting:

Channel 1 / 464.5500 / 67.0 Hz
Channel 2 / 467.9250 / 67.0 Hz
Channel 3 / 461.0375 / 67.0 Hz
Channel 4 / 461.0625 / 67.0 Hz
Channel 5 / 461.0875 / 67.0 Hz
Channel 6 / 461.1125 / 67.0 Hz

Kenwood NX-P500 Owners Manual

Kenwood ProTalk NX-P500 TriFold Info Sheet

Kenwood NEXEDGE NX P500 Brochure

*Maximum range can only be achieved over water or open rural areas under optimum conditions. FCC license required. Features and specifications subject to change without notice.

Two Year Manufacturer Warranty from Kenwood - This is the warranty provided by the manufacturer. See manual for specific details.
CALL 619-202-1949


  • 5
    Nice job

    Posted by Ethan J. on Feb 8th 2019

    We had been using the TK3230 radios and decided to move to digital, these radios are great. The talk to our other radios on the analog side and is so much clearer on the digital side. Over time we will replace our older models with this newer one.

  • 5
    Clear sound

    Posted by Lester on Sep 24th 2018

    Radios had good range and were quite a bit clearer than the Talkabouts we were using.