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RS/Uniden OEM PRO-94 Handheld Scanner

1000-channel dual-trunking scanner. Discontinued.

The Pro-94A will trunk and scan conventional channels simultaneously unlike the Pro-94. The Pro-94A came out around April of 2000 and scans trunking systems for 1 second instead of 5, and has an auto backlight feature

An updated version of this scanner known as the Pro-94B came out later and features a PC/Cloning interface and a much brighter backlight as well.

A cloning cable may be fabricated using 2 1/8inch mono jacks and shielded cable. See the Programming Cables section of this article for links to compatible cables to connect the PRO94B to a PC.


General Specifications


  • Can be updated to support Rebanding? NO
  • 1000 channels with 20 banks of 50 channels (500 channels/10 banks at a time, group A or B)
  • Frequency Coverage: 29-54, 108-136.975, 137-174, 216-224.995, 406-512, 806-823.9375, 851-868.9875, 896.1125-956 (excluding cellular) and 1240-1300 MHz
  • Extended coverage of 220 MHz and 1,240 MHz ham bands
  • Follows VHF, UHF, 800, 900, Motorola I, II, IIi plus EDACS analog trunked police/fire/EMS radio systems.
  • Scan rate 50 cps
  • AM, FM
  • 5, 12.5kHz steps
  • 5 ID lists, 10 IDs per list, 50 IDs per bank
  • ID delay
  • Priority IDs
  • Status bits
  • 20 priority channels (10-group "A", 10-group "B")
  • Service search makes it easy to explore preset frequencies for police, fire, weather, aircraft, marine and amateur radio
  • Scanner has built-in NOAA weather alert with level of alert displayed
  • Auto backlight (94A/B only)
  • Computer interface/control (94B only)
  • 10 monitor memories
  • Data skip
  • 4 AA alkaline/Ni-Cad batteries


  • Jacks: Earphone
  • Antenna connection: BNC
  • Antenna: Flexible detachable
  • Dimensions: 6.31 x 2.63 x 1.75"

RR System Compatibility

This scanner is compatible with the following Trunking System Types and System Voices used in the RadioReference Database, of course you must verify that the scanner will cover the appropriate frequency range:

  • System Types:
    • Motorola Type I
    • Motorola Type II
    • Motorola Type IIi Hybrid
    • Motorola Type II Smartnet
    • Motorola Type II Smartzone
    • Motorola Type II Smartzone Omnilink
    • EDACS Standard (Wide)
    • EDACS Standard Networked
  • System Voices:
    • Analog


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