The only difference between the PRO-93 and the PRO-95, is the number of channels each has; the PRO-93 having 300 channels and the PRO-95 having 1000. The method of programming for each is the same.
This is a tutorial for programming conventional frequencies into your PRO-93 or PRO-95. In the following example, programming will be set to frequency 867.7125 into bank 0, ch 00 with delay set to "on" mode.
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|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).|
|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. In this example, we are entering 867.7125.|
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|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.
|Step 6: Set the Delay Function|
|To have the scanner pause for 2 seconds on this channel after a transmission before proceeding to the next active transmission press ./DELAY to turn the delay function on or off. When delay is set to on, D will appear towards the top left side of the display. In the example above, the delay is set to off. The other images in this tutorial show delay on.|
|Step 7: Program Additional Frequencies|
|Press PGM and then repeat 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 enter.
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