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 Pro-2052 Programming Shortcut

Programming for Trunking.
1. Press and hold TRUNK until you hear two beeps, all 20 bank numbers should be flashing.
2. Press the number for the bank you want to program, E2-800 should be on the display and
   your bank number should be upper left.
3. If your system is Motorola type II then leave E2-800 in place. (for other systems, see
   Other Trunking Systems below)
4. Press E, Channel 1 of your bank should appear.
5. Using the numbered keys enter the first frequency,
6. Press E
7. Press UP/HOLD, and enter the second frequency,
8. Press E
9. Repeat step 7 and 8 until all frequencies are entered.
10. When completed press TRUNK twice, your bank should be flashing on the top left.
11. Press SEARCH,
You should now see ----- on the display until the scanner stops on a conversation. Then if
the system type is E2-800/900 Motorola, the display will show from 2 to 5 numbers, which is
an ID.  If type I or IIi it may list XXX-XX, if EDACS it may be XX-XXX.

Programming ID’s
1. Press SCAN  
2. Press up/HOLD (----- should be on the display)
3. Navigate up or down using HOLD/LIMIT until the number 1 appears on the left and a smaller
   number 1 is in upper left
4. Using the numbered keys, enter the 2 to 5 digits ID for E2-800/900 or (note, for Mot Type
   I or EDACS, ID’s use the period key for the hyphen.
5. Press E
6. Press up/HOLD
7. Repeat steps 4, 5 and 6 until all known ID’s are entered
Note: after programming 10 ID’s, the number 1 appears on the left again and a number 2 appears
in the upper left, this is a new ID sub-bank.  The scanner has 5 of these sub-banks for a total
of 50 ID’s per scan bank.

Other Trunking Systems
E2-900=Mot 900, at step 2 under Programming for Trunking above, press up/HOLD until
E2-900 appears on display, then follow steps 4 through 11 in that section until all
frequencies are entered.

E2-Hi=Mot VHF, at step 2 under Programming for Trunking above, press up/HOLD until
E2-Hi appears on display, then follow steps 4 through 11 in that section until all
frequencies are entered.  Then these five steps.
1. Press DATA/ALERT
2. Key in the BRS (base frequency) Press E.
3. Press DATA/ALERT
4. Key in the OFS (offset) Press E.
5. Press TRUNK and follow steps 4 through 11 above

E2-UHF=Mot UHF 400, at step 2 under Programming for Trunking above, press up/HOLD until
E2-UHF appears on display, then follow steps 4 through 11 in that section until all
frequencies are entered.  Then follow steps 1 through 5 for E2-Hi above.

Ed=EDACS, at step 2 under Programming for Trunking above, press up HOLD until Ed appears
on the display, then follow steps 4 through 11 in that section until all frequencies are
entered.

E1=Mot, User set fleetmap (not preset) because most are not preset.
1. Press and hold TRUNK until you hear two beeps, all 20 bank number should be flashing.
2. Press the number for the bank you want to program, E2-800 should be on the display and
   your bank, number should be upper left.
3. Press HOLD repeatedly until E1 appears in the display, then press E
4. Press DATA
5. Press HOLD repeatedly until USr is in the display, then press DATA
6. b0     S - 0 should be on the display;  b=Block, 0=block 0; S=Size code, 0=Size code 0.
   (note) by pressing HOLD repeatedly, notice the number after the S (Size Code) increases
   and the b0 flashes.  b0 is the first Block, if your source gives you a size for Block 0,
   stop or go back by pressing LIMIT to your Size code for this block.  
7. Press E  b0 changed to b1 and S - 0 reappears.  
8. Repeat step 6 and 7 until all size codes are entered.

Note, If any size code is 12, then it will take two blocks.  If any size code is 13, then
it will take four blocks.  If your size code is 14, then it will take all blocks.  

After all 8 blocks are programmed (blocks 0 through 7) press Search.  If your frequencies
are programmed, you should pick up communications and the type I (or II if Hybrid) ID's
should be present during Comms.

Program ID’s using the Programming ID’s section above.

Toggling trunk banks.
Press DATA
Select/deselect the number key desired to trunk scan.

Programming Conventional frequencies
Select channel number and enter the frequency with the numbered keys then press E