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RS/Uniden OEM PRO-94 Handheld Scanner

1000-channel dual-trunking scanner.

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 recently came out and now 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. The recommended cable is the RS Cat #20-289 (now discontinued) or RS Cat #20-487 USB Scanner Programming Cable. See Programming Cables 5.1

General Specifications

  • Rebanding supported? NO
  • Extended coverage of 220 MHz and 1,240 MHz ham bands
  • Scanner has built-in NOAA weather alert with level of alert displayed
  • Memory arranged with 20 banks (only 10 at a time) of 50 channels, 20 priority channels
  • 5 ID lists, 10 IDs per list, 50 IDs per bank
  • ID delay
  • Priority IDs
  • Status bits
  • Service search makes it easy to explore preset frequencies for police, fire, weather, aircraft, marine and amateur radio
  • Auto backlight (94A/B only)
  • Data skip


  • Model: Pro 94 Scanner
  • 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
  • Jacks: Earphone
  • Antenna connection: BNC
  • Antenna: Flexible detachable
  • Dimensions: 6.31 x 2.63 x 1.75"
  • Follows VHF, UHF, 800, 900, Motorola I, II, IIi plus EDACS analog trunked police/fire/EMS radio systems.


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