Resolute wrote:Is anyone interested in a Uniden Trunktracker? It's a great unit - you can also program it for 800mhz systems. It's just been sitting around here. I'll post up more info if anyone wants.
I'm a little curious......
Uniden model # BC 895XLT
"300 channel programmable base scanner with trunk tracker technology" (front of box). I used this in college when I was volunteering for Baltimore County EMS. It was pretty awesome - I set it up on their trunked system (programmed in about 20 freqs) and had their whole system on my scanner. Even in a dorm room the reception was great. It will save your settings if power goes out, too - not sure for how long, but it lasted at least a few hours for me when power went out once. I also bought a power cable that works from the cigarette lighter in the car so I could put it on the dash or the floorboard. Something could easily be fabricated with the unit's screws on the side for a permanent mounting solution.
Some more box info: "With the Uniden BC 895XLT, you can stay on top of news as it happens. This full-featured scanner offers 300 channels with integrated Trunk Tracker Technology. Plus 800 MHz, Trunk Scan, Trunk Search, Trunk Lockout, Trunk Delay, One Touch Weather, Turbo Scan, Built-in CTCSS Tone Board, a RS232C Port and much more. This full-featured base scanner also offers conventional scanning, allowing you to scan and track most every conversation "on the air."
I still have box, manual, all original cables, etc.
Make an offer.