BC125AT 500 Channel Handheld Analog Scanner
BC125AT 500 Channel Handheld Analog Scanner
BC125AT 500 Channel Handheld Analog Scanner
BC125AT 500 Channel Handheld Analog Scanner
BC125AT 500 Channel Handheld Analog Scanner
BC125AT 500 Channel Handheld Analog Scanner
BC125AT 500 Channel Handheld Analog Scanner
BC125AT 500 Channel Handheld Analog Scanner

BC125AT

Handheld Analog Scanner

Listen in and stay informed with the Uniden BC125AT Compact Bearcat® Handheld Scanner. This sophisticated scanner with 500 alpha-tagged channels boasts a convenient compact design and loads of features. Close Call RF capture technology instantly tunes to signals from nearby transmitters and the Do Not Disturb Mode prevents Close Call checks during a transmission. With this Bearcat scanner, you can listen to military and civilian air bands. You can also get important weather and safety alerts.

$169.99

 500 Alpha-Tagged Channels

With 500 channels, divided into 10 storage banks, finding the channel you want to listen to is easy.

Over 40,000 Frequencies

listen to both civilian and military bands, including police, ambulance, fire, weather, marine, aircraft, railroad, civil air, amateur radio services, and racing

Pre-Sets for Popular Channels

Frequencies are preset in ten separate Police, Fire/Emergency, Ham, Marine, Railroad, Civil Air, Military Air, CB Radio, FRS/GMRS/MURS, and Racing search bands

NOAA weather channels

Stay safe and informed with easy scans of NOAA weather channels. The weather scanning feature makes it easy to track storms and changing weather conditions

Details

Width2.6"
Height4.5"
Depth1.3"
Weight6.2oz (without batteries and antenna)
Power Requirements•2 AA Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries(2.4V DC)
•2 AA Alkaline Batteries (3.0V DC)
•Connect to PC with USB cable (5.0V DC 500mA)
Operating Temperature– 20º C (– 4ºF)  to  60ºC (140º F)
LCD Display64 X 128 Full Dot Matrix LCD with Orange Backlight.
Internal Speaker24ohm, 32mm diameter, Dynamic Type, 0.8W Max.
Scan Rate80 channels/second
Search Rate•90 steps/second
•270 steps/second (5kHz step)

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