I wasn't aware that the TS-2000 had a transverter o/p? One can enter an offset frequency so that the display reads the actual operating frequency rather than the IF freq.
Stewart the rig can be put into transverter mode via the menu, then either ANT "A" or ANT "B" SO239 socket (user chooses which) becomes the dedicated 5w only transceive transverter port, it is also possible to switch in the rx ant to use for split I.F. operation.
When in transverter mode the rigs o/p is limited to 5w and is not adjustable, apparently this can be changed by programming the transceiver via Kenwood supplied software.
The TS2000 needs to have itâ€™s covers removed and the software interface cable plugs directly onto the board.
I have not carried out this mod myself to my TS2000, but have come across this as mentioned in the previous post.
The TS2000 works very well with the OZ transverter, I used the combination for two years with the split I.F. option.