Uniden SR30C Handheld Police and...
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The scanner is versatile, compact, and easy to use. In addition to its standard scanning features, your scanner also includes Close Call® RF capture technology designed to help you detect and identify strong local radio signals in your area. You can program up to 500 frequencies into the scanner’s memory. The scanner lets you scan transmissions and is preprogrammed with service for your convenience. You can quickly search those frequencies most commonly used by police and other agencies without tedious and complicated programming. The scanner gives you direct access to over 32,000 exciting frequencies.
Use your scanner to monitor:
• Police and fire departments (including rescue and paramedics)
• NOAA weather transmissions
• Business/Industrial radio
• Marine and amateur (ham radio) bands
• Aircraft band
SR30C FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS
Close Call® RF Capture Technology - you can set the scanner so it detects and provides information about nearby radio transmissions.
PC Programming - lets you program your scanner using your PC. Custom Search - lets you program up to 10 custom search
Duplicate Channel Alert - lets you know when you have entered a frequency that is already registered on another channel.
Channel Storage Banks - the scanner has 10 banks. You can store up to 50 frequencies into each bank (for a total of 500 frequencies), so you can more easily identify calls.
Two-Second Scan Delay - delays scanning for about 2 seconds before moving to another channel so you can hear more replies that are made on the same channel.
Do Not Disturb prevents the scanner from interrupting transmissions during receiving.
Ten Service Bands - frequencies are preset in separate Weather, Police, Fire/Emergency, Marine, Racing, Civil Air, HAM Radio, Railroad, CB Radio, and Other (Other = FRS/ GMRS/MURS) bands to make it easy to locate specific types of calls.
Key Lock - lets you lock the scanner’s keys to help prevent accidental changes to the scanner’s programming.
Direct Access - lets you directly access any channel.
Two Level Display Backlight - Two brightness levels make the scanner easy to read in low-light situations.
Flexible Antenna with BNC Connector - provides adequate reception in strong signal areas and is designed to help prevent antenna breakage. You can also connect an external antenna for better reception.
Memory Backup - keeps the frequencies stored in memory for an extended time if the scanner loses power.
Three Power Options - Use the supplied USB cable to charge the SR30C through your computer or other USB charging port. You can also power the scanner using two AA rechargeable Ni-MH batteries (not included) or optional alkaline batteries.
Key Confirmation Tones - the scanner sounds a tone when you perform an operation correctly, and an error tone if you make an error.
Battery Low Alert - warns you when battery power gets low. The Battery Low icon flashes and a battery low tone every 15 seconds until the scanner is recharged, turned off, or drained completely.
Battery Save - works when there is no transmission for 1 minute in Scan Hold mode and in any Search Hold mode (does not work in Priority Scan and Close Call Scan modes). This feature turns off for 1 second and turns it on in 300ms intervals to extend the battery live.
Scan/Search Delay/Resume - controls whether the scanner pauses at the end of the transmission to wait for a reply. You can set the Delay time for each Channel, Close , Custom Search, and Service Search mode
These tables list the frequency ranges, default frequency step, default mode (AM or NFM), and type of transmissions you can hear for each range for USA or Canadian bands.
Select the band plan (USA or Canada) when you turn on the scanner (default = USA). Press and hold the key for 2-3 seconds to turn on the scanner while pressing and holding 1 for USA or 2 Canada. The band plan will remain until you change it again. USA BAND PLAN Frequency Range (MHz) Step (kHz) Mode Transmission
|Display Color||Orange Backlit LCD|
|Frequency Ranges||25-54 MHz. (VHF-Low ) 108-137 MHz. (Civil Aviation) 137-174 MHz. (VHF-Hi) 406-512 MHz. (UHF)|
|Number Of Channels||500|
|Operating System Supported||Windows - 2000 - XP - Vista - 7 - 8 - 10|
|Weather Channels||All NOAA Weather Channels|
|Scanning Speed||90 Channels Per Second|
|Screen Color||Orange Back Lit LCD|
|Warranty||1 Year Warranty|
If there is any sort of glitch in the power, it will reset the charging dock. Therefore, the screen will continue to state it is charging.
Yes, the SR30C allows you to program analog frequencies by hand.
Handheld scanners are powered on by pressing the power button which has the Universal Power symbol:
If you press hold and dial with the volume knob you can see all the saved frequencies.
We have a good video that shows programming and features here: https://youtu.be/PrKkeEtec3U
The SR30C only has numbers, this radio doesn't have the alpha tagging feature.
The scanner needs to be turned off to charge. See page 25 on the product manual and link below, scroll to the bottom of the page under downloads.
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|Address:||6030 Marshalee Drive, Suite 721, Elkridge, MD 21075|
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