Scanner Programming Instructions ?

Scanner Programming Instructions ?

Post by Andrew B. Morgava » Mon, 05 Jan 1998 04:00:00

I have a Uniden Bearcat BC 200 XLT hand-held scanner.  Since I purchased
this unit, years back, I have not been able to "really" program it at
all, using the "lousy" fold-up sheet instructions that came with it.
Does anyone publish or print-up booklets that can help me program this
unit ?? Any and all assistance will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Andrew

 
 
 

Scanner Programming Instructions ?

Post by Bud Jamis » Tue, 06 Jan 1998 04:00:00



-> Subject: Scanner Programming Instructions ?
->
-> I have a Uniden Bearcat BC 200 XLT hand-held scanner.  Since I purcha
-> this unit, years back, I have not been able to "really" program it at
-> all, using the "lousy" fold-up sheet instructions that came with it.
-> Does anyone publish or print-up booklets that can help me program
-> this unit ??

That's probably the EASIST scanner to program that has ever been
produced.

Turn on the scanner, and then press 'manual'.  Press '1' and 'manual'.
Enter the frequency, and press the 'E' key (if a channel number pops
up, it means you alreqady have that freq programmed into the scanner
in another channel, release tthe E key then press it again to store
that freq in new position as well as the old place).

That's it. DO it on each channel you need to program.

 
 
 

Scanner Programming Instructions ?

Post by darre » Thu, 08 Jan 1998 04:00:00



> -> Subject: Scanner Programming Instructions ?
> ->
> -> I have a Uniden Bearcat BC 200 XLT hand-held scanner.  Since I purcha
> -> this unit, years back, I have not been able to "really" program it at
> -> all, using the "lousy" fold-up sheet instructions that came with it.
> -> Does anyone publish or print-up booklets that can help me program
> -> this unit ??

> That's probably the EASIST scanner to program that has ever been
> produced.

> Turn on the scanner, and then press 'manual'.  Press '1' and 'manual'.
> Enter the frequency, and press the 'E' key (if a channel number pops
> up, it means you alreqady have that freq programmed into the scanner
> in another channel, release tthe E key then press it again to store
> that freq in new position as well as the old place).

> That's it. DO it on each channel you need to program.
>go and buy a better scanner that is easy to use and have no gaps like a yupiteru 7100 or 9000

 
 
 

Scanner Programming Instructions ?

Post by Bud Jamis » Thu, 08 Jan 1998 04:00:00


-> Subject: Re: Scanner Programming Instructions ?
->
->go and buy a better scanner that is easy to use and have no gaps like
->7100 or 9000

I'm SURE that IF he wanted to buy a new scanner, he'd have SAID that.

If you can't offer productive advice, don't offer ANY.