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    2 IMPORT ANT INFORMA TION PRECA UTIONS Before y ou use this scanner , please observe the following: W arning Uniden America Corporation does not r epresent this unit to be waterproof . T o reduce the risk of re , electrical shocks, or damage to the unit, do not expose this unit to rain or moistur e. Patents May be cover ed under one or more of t[...]

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    3 ** These products contain Uniden proprietary information. Soft ware , control c odes, prot ocols and other such relat ed matter may be the copyright ed work of Uniden America Corporation. © Copyright 2009-2010, Uniden America C orporation. All Rights Reser ved. © 2009 Uniden. This product contains Uniden proprietary information. Soft ware , con[...]

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    4 T ABLE OF C ONTENTS IM P O R T A N T I N FO R M A TI O N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 P R E C A U T I O N S ....................................... 2 W a r n i n g ............................................ 2 P a t e n t s ............................................. 2 TH E F CC W A NT S Y O U T O K N O W . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    5 B C 3 5 5 C R E A R P A N E L ................................2 7 US I N G YOU R B C355 C S C A N N E R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 S E T U P ..............................................2 8 A d j u s t i n g S q u e l c h .................................. 2 8 O P E R A T I N G M O D E S .................................2 9 S C A N .........[...]

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    6 C l o s e C a l l P r i o r i t y .................................. 4 5 Close Call Do Not Disturb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 C l o s e C a l l O n l y ..................................... 4 5 Setting Up Close Call Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Setting C ‐ C.bAnd O p t i o n s ........[...]

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    7 T H E F CC W A N TS Y O U TO K N O W This scanner has been tested and f ound to comply with the limits for a scanning rec eiver , pursuant to P ar t 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to pr ovide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This scanner generates , uses, and can radiat e radio freq[...]

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    8 This device must acc ept any interference r eceived, including interference that may cause undesir ed operation. SCANNING LEGALL Y Y our scanner c overs fr equencies used by many di erent groups, including police and re departments, ambulance services, government agencies , private companies , amateur radio services, military operations, pa[...]

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    9 conv ersation (unless such activity is other wise illegal). This scanner has been designed to prev ent the reception of cellular telephone transmissions and the decoding of scrambled transmissions . This is done to comply with the legal requir ement that scanners be manufactured so they are not easy to modify to pick up these transmissions. Do no[...]

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    10 Y ou can also sa ve up to 300 fr equencies that are scanned along with the preset frequencies . So whenever you enc ounter a newly activated local frequency for any service category, y ou can add it to the bank for that ca tegory. This giv es you quick acc ess to the frequencies you wan t to hear . FEA TURE SUMMAR Y The BC355C is a compact mobil[...]

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    11 POLICE) open channels for you t o program local re/EMG frequencies int o this bank. Note: The P olice and F ire/EMG banks share a single key – PD/FD/EMG. P ressing this k ey will toggle between the banks. Additional inf ormation is provided in later sections. AIR: 1,520 F actor y-programmed frequencies which covers the c omplete AIR band, 1[...]

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    12 PRIV A TE: 100-channel, fully user-pr ogrammable bank. Search Bands (13) – Pr ess BAND to select a band to search. Band Fr equency Cov erage (MHz) Mode Steps (kHz) Ser vice 25 – 28 25.0000 to 27.9950 AM 5 CB 28 – 30 28.0000 to 29.7000 FM 5 10 Meter HAM 30 – 50 30.0000 to 49.9950 FM 5 VHF Low Band 50 – 54 50.0000 to 54.0000 FM 5 6 Meter[...]

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    13 Band Fr equency Cov erage (MHz) Mode Steps (kHz) Ser vice 420 – 450 420.0000 to 449.9875 FM 12.5 70 cm HAM 450 – 470 450.0000 to 469.9875 FM 12.5 UHF Band 470 – 512 470.0000 to 512.0000 FM 12.5 UHF “ T ” Band* 806 – 956 806.0000 to 823.9875 FM 12.5 800 Band 849.0125 to 868.9875 FM 12.5 800 Band 894.0125 to 956.0000 FM 12.5 800 Band *[...]

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    14 Fr equency Band Sensitivity (Nominal) 12 dB SINAD 108.000 - 136.9875 0.4 µV 806.000 - 956.000 0.4 µV Fr equency Band Hum and Noise (Nominal) 25.000 - 27.995 48 dB 28.000 - 54.000 44 dB 137.000 - 174.000 44 dB 406.000 - 512.000 42 dB 108.000 - 136.9875 48 dB 806.000 - 956.000 44 dB Fr equency Band Close Call Sensitivity (Nominal) 25.000 - 54.00[...]

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    15 IN C LU D E D I N Y O U R S C A N N E R P AC K AGE BC355C Scanner T elescoping An tenna F ixable Mobile Antenna AC A dapter V ehicle Power A dapter DC P ower C ord for har d-wiring power from your car to y our scanner . Bracket Screw This Owner ’ s Manual Other Printed Materials If any of these items are missing or damaged , immediately contac[...]

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    16 External Speaker (ESP20, ESP12, or ESP5) – T o increase speaker volume in noisy envir onments. Contact your local Uniden Dealer or the Uniden P ar ts Depar tment by calling: (800) 554-3988 during regular business hours Monday through F riday. W e can also be reached on the web at www.unidendir ect.com. INST ALLING THE BC3 55 C SCANNER FOR HOME[...]

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    17 Helpful Hints If strong interference or electrical noise is received , relocate the scanner or its antenna awa y from the sourc e. If you are operating the scanner in a fringe ar ea or need to improv e reception, use an optional ant enna designed for multi-band cover age. ( Y ou can pur chase this type of antenna at a local electronics store .) [...]

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    18 Plug one end of the Vehicle P ower Adapter in to the vehicle ’ s accessory power jack and the other end into the DC 13.8V jack on the back of the scanner . Connect the mobile antenna plug into the ANT connector on the rear panel. F or more information on ant enna installation, please refer t o the instruction guide that came with your mobile a[...]

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    19 Note: If there are scr ews alr eady holding the dashb oard, you ma y be able to use the same screw holes to moun t the brack et. Drill the necessary holes and secure the mounting bracket in place using the screws pr ovided. CA UTION: Do not drill into air bags. Do not drill if wha t is behind the dashboard is unknown. Mount the scanner to the br[...]

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    20 Connect the RED wire of the DC pow er cord to the ac cessory contact in your vehicle ’ s +13.8 VDC fuse box. Connect the BLACK wire of the DC po wer cor d to the negative side of the vehicle (usually the chassis). Caution: In vehicles with a positiv e ground, the RED wire connects to the chassis and the BLACK wir e connects to the accessory co[...]

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    21 KEY PURPOSE HOLD Pr ess this key to stop scanning or searching and to remain on the curren t frequency . HOLD displays on the screen. Pr ess HOLD a second time to resume scanning. UP and DOWN Pr ess these direc tional keys to: Manually search up or down for frequencies while in Hold mode. Change direction of a search during Search mode. Quickly [...]

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    22 KEY PURPOSE PD/FD/EMG Pr ess this key to scan the P olice, F ire, and Emergency Ser vices bands. Pr essing this key cycles through the frequencies in the following or der: P olice/F ire/Emergency Ser vices - all activated P olice department only (turn o Fire/ EMG bank) F ire/EMG only (turn o P olice bank) None active (turn o both Police[...]

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    23 KEY PURPOSE AIR/MRN Pr ess this key to scan the Air and Marine bands. P ressing this key cycles through the frequencies in the follo wing order: Air/MRN - both activated Air only (turn o Marine bank) Marine only (turn o Air bank) None active (turn o both Air and Marine banks) NO TE: The AIR and MRN banks share 100 PRIV A TE channels. Th[...]

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    24 KEY PURPOSE CLOS E C A LL Pr ess this key to begin monitoring f or strong , nearby signals. P ressing this key c ycles through the frequencies in the f ollowing order: Close Call ® Priority - CC checks for Close Call hits ev ery 2 seconds while monitoring other frequencies. Y ou will hear a slight break in rec eption while Close Call Priority i[...]

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    25 KEY PURPOSE WX Pr ess this key to activate the Weather frequencies (7 NOAA/3 C anada Marine). No other channels are scanned while the WX bank is activated. CB Pr ess this key to monitor 40 prog rammed CB channels. SEARCH Pr ess the SEARCH key to search f or ac tive frequencies within a selected band range. L/O Pr ess this key to temporarily or p[...]

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    26 KEY PURPOSE PROG Pr ess this key to initiate and c omplete programming a channel or fr equency (further detail is provided in a later section). Note: If you pr ess a non- programmable bank k ey (WX, or CB), ”Error” will be displayed; pr ess a programmable bank k ey . ITEM PURPOSE VOL UME Contr ol/Po wer Switch T urn this control clockwise to[...]

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    27 ITEM PURPOSE L CD The Liquid Crystal Display (L CD) shows the current channel or its frequency . I t also displays mode , status, and bank indicat ors. It utilizes a 7-segment L CD pattern for character display . (Go to “Screens” on page 36 for more details .) BC 355C R E A R P A N E L ITEM PURPOSE ANT BNC Antenna Connector . Insert the ante[...]

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    28 ITEM PURPOSE EXT SP External Speakers. Inser t optional external speaker plug here. DC 13.8V P ower C onnection. Connect the specied AC Adapter or DC pow er cord here. U S I N G Y O U R B C355 C S C AN N E R SE T U P Adjusting Squelch T o Adjust Squelch - T urn SQ completely counter clockwise. Y ou should hear open squelch noise. 1.[...]

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    29 T o Adjust Squelch - T urn SQ clock wise slowly until the sound disappears. This is the threshold point at which the incoming signal is just slightly stronger than the noise will open the squelch. 2. Adjust the volume t o a comfortable listening level. 3. OPERA TING MODES The BC355C operates in two modes - Scan and Search: SCAN Scanning allows y[...]

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    30 The Bank label/icon f or the scanned frequency ashes while that bank is scanned. When an active frequency is found, the scanner stops on that frequency and the Bank label/icon remains steady . When transmission ends, the scanner pauses 2 sec onds for a new transmission. If no new transmission is found, scanning r esumes. Pr ess UP to manually[...]

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    31 SPECIAL NO TES FOR SCANNING PD/FD/EMG AND AIR/MRN BANKS T wo keys are home to multiple banks . The PD/FD/EMG key manages the P olice and F ire/Emergency Ser vices banks and the AIR/MRN key manages the Air and Marine banks. Pr essing PD/FD/EMG more than once will cycle through the banks in this order: P olice/F ire/EMG P olice F ire/EMG None NO T[...]

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    32 NO TE: The AIR and MRN banks share 100 PRIV A TE channels. These user-programmed channels are scanned after preprogr ammed channels. Scanning Ser vice Bank Tips If Y ou W ant to do This - Here ’ s Ho w - Begin scanning Press any service bank key ; the bank label ashes and the “ SCAN ” message moves acr oss the display screen. Scanning a[...]

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    33 If Y ou W ant to do This - Here ’ s Ho w - Stop scanning Pr ess HOLD . The scanner stays on the displayed channel until scanning is resumed. The bank’ s screen label remains steady and does not ash. Resume scanning Pr ess one of the following key s to continue scanning: HOLD – Press this key t o release the Scan Hold and continue scanni[...]

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    34 If Y ou W ant to do This - Here ’ s Ho w - Resume scanning (Con t.) Any bank key - If you press a di erent bank key , you will star t scanning in that new bank and the bank label will resume ashing. L/O key - Press this key t o lock out this frequency and step to the next frequency • • Keep scanning after the BC355C has stopped on an[...]

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    35 Searching Band Tips If Y ou W ant to Do This - Here ’ s Ho w - Begin searching Pr ess the BAND key . The screen displays the last known searched band and then begins searching f or an active frequency in that band. Continue after the BC355C has stopped on an active channel If the BC355C stops on an active channel that you do not want t o monit[...]

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    36 SCREENS This section shows typical screen displays: SCANNING BANKS police fire/emg air mrn scan sc scan This screen show s BC355C is actively scanning a displayed bank. “ SCAN “ scrolls from right to left across the screen, and the scanned bank will ash. police 45.0600 hold scan This screen show s that the scanner has been put on HOLD to [...]

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    37 SEARCHING BANDS 148 ‐ 174 srch When BAND is pressed , this screen displays the band range to be searched . Pr ess BAND again (or UP / DOWN within 3 seconds) to see other band ranges. 409.9875 srch  This SEARCH screen show s that frequency 409.9875 has been found through an upward sear ch. P ointers (  or  ) indicate the direction of t[...]

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    38 Privat e Bank Pr ogram F requencies into Pr ogrammable Banks. Pr ogram L ock L OCK OUT CHANNELS / FREQUENCIES Sometimes the scanner may stop on a particular channel or frequency because of noise or other unwanted transmissions . T his featur e lets you lock out channels and frequencies y ou don ’t want to scan. The Lock Out fea ture skips thes[...]

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    39 Permanent L ock Out Pr essing L/O twice permanently locks out the current frequency or channel. The scanner displays “ L/O ” for that frequency or channel and continues scanning . “ L/O ” frequencies/channels can be manually restor ed; the procedur e is provides in this section. Lock Out Limits Any of the 300 user-pr ogrammed channels ca[...]

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    40 in one of these banks, pressing that bank key will make the scanner emit an error tone and the scanner will not scan. Note: Y ou cannot lock out any frequencies in the WX bank. Lock Out Tips If Y ou W ant to Do This - Here ’ s Ho w - T emporary Lock Out While on a channel or frequency , press L/O once. The scanner beeps and temporarily locks o[...]

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    41 If Y ou W ant to Do This - Here ’ s Ho w - T emporary Lock Out (Con t.) Pr ess the bank you were scanning to resume scanning in that bank. Pr ess a dieren t bank key to begin scanning that new bank. • • P ermanent Lock Out While on a channel or frequency , quickly press L/O key twice. The scanner locks out that channel or frequency , di[...]

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    42 If Y ou W ant to Do This - Here ’ s Ho w - Restoring a Single Locked-Out Channel or F requency (Example: Channel 12 of the Privat e bank is locked out.) Pr ess the appropriate bank key ( PRIV A TE, PD/FD/EMG or AIR/ MRN) to start scanning the bank that has the channel or frequency you want to unlock. Pr ess HOLD to stop scanning . (“ HOLD ?[...]

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    43 If Y ou W ant to Do This - Here ’ s Ho w - Restoring a Single Locked-Out Channel (Con t.) “ L/O ” disappears to indicate that Channel 12 is now unlocked and restor ed for scanning . Note: F or the fac tor y preprogrammed channels , the earliest channel will be unlocked when y ou lock out more than 100 channels. 4. Restoring All P ermanentl[...]

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    44 If Y ou W ant to Do This - Here ’ s Ho w - Restoring All P ermanently Locked Out Channels/ F requencies (C ont.) Pr ess and hold L/O for more than 2.5 seconds until you hear two beeps. All locked out channels/ frequencies in that bank are now unlocked and restor ed for scanning. Note: When that bank is the Private bank, all locked out channels[...]

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    45 Close Call O Pr essing and holding the key acativates Close Call Only mode. Close Call Priority Repeatedly press until the Close Call P riority icon displays . The scanner checks every 2 second for a nearby transmission. Y ou may hear a slight break in audio during this time . If you want to monitor only Close Call hits, hold the key for long[...]

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    46 Setting Up Close Call Modes Pr ess and hold to enter the Close Call Only mode. The screen displays a line of dashes . Pr ess again to display the Close Call menu selections: C - C.bAnd - Select which bands Close Call will check. C - C.ALEt - Select aler ts on/o. C - C.PS - Set Pager scr een. Use the UP or DOWN keys t o scroll through the menu[...]

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    47 Band Name Fr equency (MHz) b1 Lo VHF Low Band 25.0000 - 54.0000 b2 Air AIR Low Band 108.0000 - 136.9875 b3 Hi VHF High Band 137.0000 - 174.0000 b4 UHF UHF Band 406.0000 - 512.0000 b5 800 800MHz Band 806.0000 - 823.9857 849.0125 - 868.9875 894.0125 - 956.0000 F rom Step 4 pr eviously , selec t C ‐ C.bAnd . The rst band selection displays (B1[...]

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    48 Scroll up or down to select bands for Close Call t o monitor . Pr ess PROG. The screen displays that selection and “ On . ” b1 lo on ▲▼ Setting C ‐ C.ALEt Options This menu contr ols whether the scanner will send an alert tone when a Close Call signal is detected. The options are: ALt.bEEP - Scanner beeps when a CC sig nal is found . A[...]

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    49 Close Call Tips If Y ou W ant T o - Here ’ s Ho w - Scan for Close Call T ransmissions while Scanning other Banks/Bands Pr ess the key . The Close Call icon displays. E ver y two seconds there will be a break in the scanner audio as it searches for a nearby transmission. Save a F requency F ound Through Close Call the scanner nds a nearby s[...]

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    50 If Y ou W ant T o - Here ’ s Ho w - Save a F requency F ound Through Close Call (C ont.) Pr ess any key to c onrm the frequency . b4 468.0000 srch Audio for tha t frequency continues until the signal stops . 2. 3. PR I VA T E BA N K The BC355C also provides 3 separ ate banks to hold fa vorite frequencies. When you nd a fr equency that yo[...]

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    51 W eather frequencies broadcast continuously , and the scanner will not change to other frequencies. Programming Frequencies and Channels Up to 100 frequencies (1 fr equency per channel) can be programmed int o each of the follo wing banks (300 frequencies combined): P olice/F ire/EMG Air/Marine Privat e Any display ed frequenc y for these banks [...]

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    52 Progr amming a Channel The follo wing steps detail how to pr ogram a fr equency into a channel for a specic bank when the frequency was found while scanning or searching . In this example, the frequency was found while scanning the P olice bank. police fire/emg air mrn 40.0600 scan This SCAN screen show s that frequency 40.0600 has been found[...]

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    53 police fire/emg 6 000.0000 hold l/o police fire/emg 40.0600 hold Pr ess the key for the bank you want to pr ogram. In this example, PD/FD/EMG was pressed. The screen cycles between two displays . The rst screen shows tha t channel 6 is the lowest av ailable channel on the POLICE bank (press UP or DOWN to select a dierent channel) and the s[...]

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    54 police fire/emg 6 40.0600 hold scan Pr ess PROG . The scanner programs the fr equency into the indicated channel and then goes into SCAN HOLD mode. Pr ess HOLD to release the Hold and continue scanning the rest of the prog rammed channels, starting with the channel you just programmed . Deleting a Programmed F requency (programming “000.0000?[...]

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    55 CH 000.0000 hold F requency changes to 000.0000 and CH continues ashing. police fire/emg 3 40.0600 hold Pr ess the bank containing the channel you wish to clear . The screen displays the rst programmable channel for that bank. If that channel displays 000.0000, press UP or DOWN until the channel/frequency you wish to clear display s. (In t[...]

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    56 police fire/emg 3 40.0600 hold police fire/emg CH 000.0000 hold The screen cycles between two displays . The rst scr een shows that channel 3 on the POLICE bank (40.0600) is selected and the second screen shows tha t the null frequency (000.0000) is ready to be pr ogrammed. police fire/emg 3 000.0000 hold scan l/o Pr ess PROG. The screen disp[...]

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    57 PROGRAM L OCK FEA TURE The BC355C has a Pr ogram Lock featur e to prev ent accidentally programming entries or unauthorized pr ogramming. Pr ess and hold the PROG key for longer than 2.5 seconds t o toggle P rogram Lock on and o . Progr am Lock is av ailable in the following modes: Scan/Scan Hold Band Search/Band Search Hold Pr ogramming Clos[...]

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    58 TROUBLESHOO TING GUIDE PROBLEM SOL UTION Scanner won ’t work T r y one of these options: Check the connections at both ends of the AC adapter . T urn on the wall switch of your room. Y ou c ould be using an outlet controlled by the wall switch. Mov e the AC adapter to another wall outlet. Check the connections at both ends of the DC cord or V [...]

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    59 PROBLEM SOL UTION Improper Reception T r y one of these options: Check the antenna and its connection. Move the scanner . Y ou ma y be in a fringe area. This may requir e an optional multi-band antenna. Check with your dealer or local electronics store. • • • W eather scan won ’t work T r y one of these options: Adjust the Squelch contr [...]

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    60 PROBLEM SOL UTION Scan won ’t stop Try one of these options: Check and adjust Squelch Check the antenna connection. Check to see if all channels are locked out. It is possible that none of the programmed fr equencies are active at the time. T r y the band search. • • • Scan won ’t star t Try one of these options: Pr ess the bank key ag[...]

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    61 GENERAL PRODUCT CARE T urn the scanner o before disconnecting the power . Always pr ess each keypad button rmly until you hear the en tr y tone for that key en try. LOC A TI O N If strong interference or electrical noise is received , relocate the scanner or its antenna awa y from the sourc e of the noise. A higher elevation, if possible, [...]

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    62 Clean the outside of the scanner with a soft cloth. T o pr event scratches , do not use abrasive cleaners or solv ents. Be careful not to rub the L CD window . D o not use excessiv e amounts of water . REP AIRS Do not attempt any r epair . The scanner contains no serviceable parts. Contact the Uniden Customer Hotline at 1-800-297-1023 or take it[...]

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    63 Operating T emperatur e: – 20ºC (– 4ºF) to + 60ºC (+ 140ºF) Po wer Requirements: DC 13.8V Certied in accordance with FC C Rules and Regulations Part 15 Sub-par t C as of date of manufacture. Banks: 7 banks total (6 Ser vice banks / 1 Priva te bank) P olice (PD): 1,769 P reprog rammed plus 100 progr ammable channels shared with F ire/E[...]

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    64 Scan Rate: 50 channels/second Search Rate: 60 steps/second 180 steps/second (5 kHz steps band only) Scan Delay : 2 seconds Audio Output: Max. 1.2 W Antenna: 50 ohms (Impedance) F eatures , specications, and a vailability of optional accessories are all subject to change without notice. W A R R AN T Y One Y ear Limited W arranty Impor tant: Ev[...]

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    65 defects in materials and craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions set out belo w . W ARRANT Y DURA TION: This warranty to the original user shall terminate and be of no further eect 12 months after the date of original retail sale. The warranty is in valid if the Pr oduc t is (A) damaged or not maintained as r easonable or necess[...]

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    67 defect that has caused you to r eturn it. The Product should be shipped freight prepaid , by traceable means, to warrant or at: Uniden America Corporation P ar ts and Ser vice Division 4700 Amon Carter Blvd. F or t W or th, T X 76155 (800) 297-1023, 8 a.m. to 5 p .m. CST , Monday through F riday[...]

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    THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING A UNIDEN PRODUCT! A W orld W i t hou t W ires  2009 U niden America C orporation. F t. W orth, T X All rights reserved. UBZZ01362ZZ(0) Printed in China www.uniden.com[...]