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Pro-84


RS/Uniden PRO-84 Handheld Scanner

200-channel scanner.

Contents

Production Notes

  • Pro-84 manufactured by Uniden.
  • Pro-84 is similar to Pro-83 and Uniden BC92XLT
  • Pro-84 has the "Nascar logo" and a red case
  • Pro-84 has been programmed with frequencies used by Nascar events

General Specifications

  • Rebanding supported? N/A
  • 200 channels with 10 banks of 20 channels
  • Frequency Coverage: 25-54, 108-136.9875, 137-174, 406-512, 806-823.9375, 851-868.9875, and 896.1125-956 MHz (excluding cellular)
  • 5, 6.25, 12.5kHz steps
  • Scan rate 40cps
  • Signal stalker I allows you to "Stalk" and "Scan" simultaneously
  • 1 programmable Skywarn channel (#200)
  • Weather alert
  • 10 search banks
  • Service search makes it easy to explore preset frequencies for police, fire, weather, aircraft, marine and amateur radio
  • 1 priority channel for each bank
  • Backlit display and keypad
  • PC interface
  • 2 AA alkaline/Ni-Cad/Ni-MH batteries

Other:

  • Earphone jack
  • Antenna connection: BNC
  • Antenna: Flexible detachable
  • Dimensions: Length 2.7 x Height 4.5 x Width 1.3"

Skywarn Programming

You can quickly access your local Skywarn repeater by programming that frequency into channel 200, and then pressing the FUNC + ./CLR key combination.

However, the scanning of bank 10 now becomes somewhat ineffective if your Skywarn repeater is busy with non-Skywarn traffic (i.e. regular ham radio activity).

The solution is to lock out channel 200. The Skywarn repeater will not be scanned, but it will still be accessible via the FUNC + ./CLR key combination.

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