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Uniden BC75XLT: Public Safety Scanner, Racing Scanner with 300 Channels
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- 300 channels
- Vhf low/high, uhf frequencies
- Close call RF capture Technology with do Not disturb
- Pc programming port & free software
- Narrow band compatible
- 300 Channels: You can program up to 300 channels into the scanner's memory, 30 channels in each of 10 banks. Then, you can scan for transmissions on the stored channels
- Close Call RF Capture Technology: Close Call automatically detects and tunes to nearby transmissions, even if the frequency isn't programmed into a channel
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BC75XLT 300-Channel Handheld Scanner
The Uniden BC75XLT is a compact handheld scanner that is ideal for listening to events as they unfold. During severe weather or other disasters, listen to reports going directly to emergency agencies as it happens. The BC75XLT covers the bands used by Amature Radio Operators for Emergency reporting including NOAA weather broadcasts, as well as frequencies used at other events such as auto races, local events, and more.
You can program up to 300 channels into the scanner's memory, 30 channels in each of 10 banks. Then, you can scan for transmissions on the stored channels.
Close Call RF Capture Technology
Close Call automatically detects and tunes to nearby transmissions, even if the frequency isn't programmed into a channel.
Ten Preprogrammed Service Search Bands
Easily search for frequencies typically used by Police, Fire/Emergency, Marine, Racing, Civil Air, Ham Radio, Railroad, CB Radio, Weather, and more.
|Conventional||Analog Trunking||Digital Trunking||Databse (Digital)|
|Use For||Gifts, Amateur Radio, Rural Public Safety, Air Band, Auto Races, Military Air Shows, Marine, Railroad||Everything to the left, plus, Analog Public Safety, Technical user in areas w/o digital trunking systems||Everything to the left, plus, Analog Public Safety, Technical user in areas w/o digital trunking systems||Digital Public Safety Program by Zip Code|
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 1 x 3 in||2.68 x 9.25 x 8.26 in||3.38 x 10.44 x 8.25 in||1.22 x 2.4 x 5.35 in||3.54 x 8.86 x 8.66 in||3.19 x 5.94 x 6.12 in|
You can use the BC75XLT to monitor police and fire departments (including rescue and paramedics), NOAA weather transmissions, business/industrial radio, utilities, marine and amateur (ham radio) bands, and air band transmissions. Of course, scanning the 32,000 available frequencies can be time-consuming and frustrating, which is why Uniden added such functions as Close Call capture technology, which instantly tunes to signals from nearby transmitters to help you detect and identify local signals, and a comprehensive memory that holds up to 300 programmed channels. Receives conventional channels on the following frequencies: (25-54 MHz) (108 - 174 MHz) (406 - 512 MHz)
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Top customer reviews
I feel if this were to drop onto the floor, it would crack very easily.
We bought this because recently crime in our area has been on the rise, which is so sad being this neighborhood was very quiet. This actually alerted us when a break in was occurring in our neighborhood, and we were on the look out when we heard it come over the scanner.
What I like about this unit, is that it is very easy to set up, and instructions are included.
You will also receive a charging cord and this does take batteries so you can take it with you.
The buttons and screen light up when you press and hold the lower left button.
No two way communication with this one.
This arrived on time, and well protected.
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I have posted a picture of the unit and hoping Amazon will keep it here.
Overall, for people looking for a simple, affordable analog scanner, into which to program a (known) list of frequencies, this one is definitely recommended.
The scanner has a wonderful feature that allows you to hone in on local frequencies, thus taking the aggravation out of spending an endless amount of time trying to connect to transmitters that are nearby. Also, while I'll probably never use it to the fullest, the scanner comes with a built-in memory, capable of storing up to 300 programmed channels. Another very nice feature, and one that will get you up and running in no time, is the 6 pre-programmed service searches, covering the most listened to bands. You can use either two AA batteries, or rechargeable batteries of the same size. I would recommend using regular AA alkaline batteries, as I've been using the scanner for over two months and have yet to have to replace them.
The bottom line is that this is a well made, reasonably priced scanner that comes with a lot of useful features and is extremely easy to use. I give it 5 stars.