This is an introduction to programming conventional (non-trunking) frequencies into your PRO-92, PRO-92A or PRO-92B scanner. In this example, we are programming the frequency 866.1625 MHz in Channel 00.
For additional information on this product, see the links below:
|Step 1: Select the Channel|
|Press MANUAL. Enter the channel number where you want to
store a frequency, then press MANUAL again.
M and the channel number appear at the upper left corner on the display (for example: M000). This example is using channel 00.
|Step 2: Enter Program Mode|
|Press PGM. M changes to P on the display.|
|Step 3: Enter the Frequency|
|Use the number keys and enter the frequency (including the decimal point) you want to store. The display above shows the frequency 866.1625 typed in for channel 00. The cursor remains on-screen, blinking under the last number entered.|
|Click Here for the Police Call Frequency Lists on CD|
|Step 4: Clear a Mistake|
|If you make a mistake, hold down CL for about 0.5 seconds to delete a single digit and about 1.5 seconds to delete all digits.|
|Step 5: Store the Frequency|
|Press ENTER to store the frequency into the channel. The
blinking cursor disappears. The display above shows the frequency 866.1625 entered for
|Step 6: Store the Delay Setting|
|If you want the scanner to pause 2 seconds on this channel after a transmission ends and before it proceeds to the next active transmission, press FUNC then press DELAY/1 to turn the delay function on or off. The scanner stores this setting in the channel. If the delay is turned off, D disappears from the display. The image above shows delay off; the other images in this tutorial show delay on.|
|Step 7: Program Additional Frequencies|
|To program additional frequencies, press PGM to advance to the next channel and repeat the procedure starting with Step 3.|
|Step 8: Exit Programming Mode|
|To stop programming, press MANUAL. The
scanner returns to manual mode with M### in the top left corner.
Note: The frequency, bank and channel number information will be the last information that you entered.
Copyright© RadioShack Corporation 2002. All rights reserved.