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Table of Contents
Welcome!. 2 Features. 4 Types of Communications. 5 Included With Your Scanner. 6 Fast Start. 7 Power ON. 7 How Squelch Works. 8 Setting the Squelch. 8 Scanning the Alert Monitor Frequency Banks. 9 Selecting the State. 9 Selecting a Frequency Bank. 9 Scan Hold. 10 Warning Alert. 11 Alert Tone Volume. 11 Muting the Alert Tone. 12 One Moment Mute. 12 Continuous Mute. 12 Canceling Mute. 12 Warning Light Adjustment. 12 Power On Settings. 13 Priority Channels. 13 Scanning Fire, News, Weather and Private Frequency Banks. 14 Scan Hold. 15 Frequency Lockout. 15 Lockout Tips. 16 Restore a Locked Out Frequency. 17 Restore All Locked-Out Frequencies. 17 Search. CB Channel Search. Hold/Resume While Searching. Data Skip. Programming. Programming Frequencies. Clearing a User-Programmed Frequency. Memory Lock. Memory Back-up. Installation. Mobile Installation. Connecting the Power. Base Installation. Tips and Techniques. Trunking. Scanner Care & Maintenance Tips. Troubleshooting. Optional Accessories and Replacement Parts. Specifications. 34
Congratulations on your purchase of the BCT7 Highway Communications System & Scanning Radio! State-of-the-art engineering and advanced electronics provide you with a preprogrammed information radio designed for easy operation and dependability. With the BCT7 Scanning Radio, you can listen to thousands of Highway Patrol, police, and DOT frequencies, as well as Fire, News, Weather, CB and Private frequencies you program. Plus, the new built-in technology sounds an alarm when you are within an approximate 3 mile radius of a Highway Patrol unit! Best of all, you dont have to program any frequencies. Just set the BCT7 for your state, and the scanner will do the rest. Please read this Operating Guide thoroughly before attempting to operate the unit.
What are Highway Patrol Warning Alerts?
Most highway patrol vehicles on the road today are equipped with a secondary radio system known as a mobile extender or vehicular repeater. Whenever the dispatcher transmits to any vehicle in the district, every mobile extender in every car within the district is activated. Using a constant PRIORITY check of specific frequencies in each state, the BCT7 recognizes and alerts you to transmissions from mobile extender radios as well as from car-to-car, aircraft-to-car and other special-purpose frequencies. You receive an audible (beep tone) and visual (flash of warning light) alert whenever you are within an approximate three mile radius of many Highway Patrol/State Police units.
What is Scanning?
Unlike standard AM or FM radio stations, most two-way communications (listed on the page 5) do not transmit continuously. The BCT7 scans programmed channels at the rate of nearly 100 channels per second until it finds an active frequency. Scanning stops on an active frequency, and remains on that channel as long as the transmission continues. When the transmission ends, the scanning cycle resumes until another transmission is received. While the BCT7 scans channels, it is in Scan mode. When you stop scanning with H, it is in Manual mode.
What is Searching?
The BCT7 can search 12 bands to find active frequencies. This gives you the opportunity to find new frequencies that have not been programmed. While the BCT7 searches for active frequencies, it is in Search mode. When you stop the search with H, it is in Search Hold mode.
Where to Get More Information
Because your BCT7 is fully pre-programmed, you do not need to enter frequencies into the radio. However, should you desire to enter specific frequencies which have not been factory pre-programmed, the BCT7 provides this capability. For publications which list frequencies around the United States, call the enclosed Mr. Scanner 800 number. The Bearcat Radio Club and other similar hobby clubs have publications, information on computer bulletin boards, and even contests for the radio enthusiast. Also, your local library has more information.
Pre-programmed frequencies specific to each state (except Hawaii). Pre-programming by the following categories: -Highway Patrol/State Police -Local Police and County Sheriffs -State Departments of Transportation (DOT) -Fire and Emergency Medical Services -News Media -Weather (continuous NOAA weather and Canadian Coast Guard broadcasts) 100 channels of user-programmable frequencies available -Program frequencies into each of the above banks, or -Program your own bank of 25 Private frequencies Highway Patrol Priority Alert -Receive audible and visual alert when within three miles of many Highway Patrol/State units CB Search - Search all 40 CB channels Band Search Search through 12 bands of radio spectrum for frequencies. 26 MHz - 956 MHz - Scan these frequency ranges with your BCT7. (Note: the frequency coverage is not totally continuous.) Data Skip - Skip certain data signals and unmodulated transmissions. Memory Backup - In case of a power failure, user-programmed frequencies are retained in memory for approximately 30 days.
Types of Communications
Monitor communications such as: Highway Patrol, police and fire department (including paramedics) Aircraft NOAA weather broadcasts Business/industrial radio Motion picture and press relay Utility Land transportation frequencies, such as trucking firms, buses, taxis, tow trucks, and railroads Marine and amateur (ham radio) bands And many more in the following 12 Bands: Frequency Range
29.0-30.0 MHz 30.0-50.0 MHz 118-137 MHz 137-144 MHz 144-148 MHz 148-174 MHz 406-420 MHz 420-450 MHz 450-470 MHz 470-512 MHz 806-956 MHz 26.965-27.405 MHz
10 Meter Amateur Band VHF Low band AM Aircraft Military Land mobile 2 Meter Amateur Band VHF High Band Federal Govt. Land Mobile 70 cm Amateur Band UHF Standard Band UHF T Band Public Service Band except Cellular Band Citizens Band
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Selecting the State
Press S to select the state you are operating in. Press and hold S to scroll rapidly.
To step forward through the states (A - W), press S and, within two seconds, press < repeatedly. To step backward through the states (W -A), press S and, within two seconds, press > repeatedly.
rapidly, To scroll or <. press S and hold >
Selecting a Frequency Bank
Press G to monitor Highway Patrol frequencies.
Press P to monitor Police frequencies.
Press P again to monitor DOT frequencies.
HIGHWAY appears in the display and scanning begins two seconds later.
POLICE flashes in the display and scanning begins two seconds later. HIGHWAY flashes, because those frequencies are scanned, too.
DOT flashes in the display and scanning begins two seconds later. HIGHWAY flashes because those frequencies are scanned, too. 9
When the BCT7 receives communications, scanning stops, the active bank type replaces the state code, and the frequency displays.
Active Bank indicators: HP - Highway Patrol PO - Police DT - DOT
When the transmission ends, a built-in two second delay feature holds the scanner on that frequency for a response. If there is no response, scanning resumes.
When scanning stops on a desired frequency, press H to hold on that frequency as long as you like.
To resume scanning, press H.
To scan the other frequency banks, see Scanning the Fire, News, Weather, and Private Frequency Banks, page 14.
While in the HOLD mode, the alarm circuit is inactive.
The BCT7 alerts you when Highway Patrol/State Police units using mobile extenders are within an approximate three mile radius. 1. The Warning Light flashes and the Alert Tone beeps five times when a signal is received.
Warning Light Flashes
2. The active bank indicator replaces the state name, and the frequency displays until the transmission ends.
Warning Light glows steadily 3.Theapproximately three minutes. for Then, if no other mobile extender transmissions are received, the light goes out.
4. If more transmissions are received before three minutes have passed, the Warning Light flashes and the Alert Tone sounds twice.
Alert Tone Volume
Push the VOLUME control knob to select Loud, Medium, or Soft. The Alert Tone beeps to confirm your choice.
Muting the Alert Tone
One Moment Mute Press M during the Warning Alert. The Alert Tone stops and the Mute LED flashes until the alarm cycle is finished.
Mute LED Flashes
WARNING HOLD/RESUME FIRE/NEWS MUTE
Continuous Mute Press and hold M for two seconds to turn Continuous Mute on whenever you wish. You hear two beeps and the Mute LED lights continuously. No Alert Tones will sound.
Canceling Mute To cancel Mute, 1. Press and hold M for two seconds. You hear two beeps and the MUTE LED goes out. 2. Change states or frequency banks. The Mute LED goes out after scanning starts.
3. Turn the scanner off and on.
Mute only works in the Highway, Police, and DOT frequency bands.
Warning Light Adjustment
The Warning Light has three settings: Bright, Dim, and Off. Press SQUELCH to select Bright, Dim or Off. The WARNING light flashes and the alert tone beeps.
If select inyou displayOFF, the FLASH icon the reminds you the Warning Light is off.
WARNING: You can turn off the Warning Light and completely mute the Alert Tone at the same time. This deactivates the Warning Alert.
Power On Settings
When you turn the BCT7 off and then on again, the BCT7 will return to the last settings that were active. When you have chosen the state you will be driving in, and the mode (HIGHWAY PATROL, DOT, etc.), the BCT7 always returns to these settings.
Each state preprogrammed in the BCT7 contains a number of Priority channels. The BCT7 automatically checks a states Priority channels every two seconds for activity. If there is activity on one of the Priority channels, the warning light will flash and the alarm tone will sound (see Warning Alert, page 11). You will experience a slight in the conversations you hear as the BCT7 checks the Priority channels. You can cancel the priority check and the interruptions in the conversations by pressing the H key to hold on the frequency. Note: The Warning Alert is inoperative while the scanner is on Hold. Remember to press the key again to return to normal priority-scan operation. Priority cannot be changed, but you can lock-out priority channels using the L key. Priority channels have been pre-determined by the manufacturer as those Highway Patrol frequencies most commonly used for mobile extenders and for car-to-car and aircraft-to-car operations. Mobile extenders re-transmit every radio broadcast received on the patrol car radio to the officers walkie-talkie at low-power. Every time any officer or dispatcher talks (transmits), the signal is broadcast like a beacon at low-power whether or not the officer is out of the car.
Scanning Fire, News, Weather, and Private Frequency Banks
Note: The Warning Alert does not work while scanning these banks. To scan Fire frequencies, To scan News frequencies, press F again. press F.
To scan Weather Frequencies, press W.
FIRE appears in the display and scanning begins two seconds later. To scan your Private frequencies you have programmed, press W again.
NEWS appears in the display and scanning begins two seconds later. When the BCT7 receives Fire, News, Weather, or Private frequencies, scanning stops and the active frequency is displayed. The State Code/Active Bank Indicators do not appear in these frequency banks.
WX appears in the display and scanning begins two seconds later.
PRIVATE appears in the display and scanning begins two seconds later. When a transmission is received, the scanner stops on that frequency. When the transmission ends, a built-in two second delay feature holds the scanner on that frequency for a response. If there is no response, scanning resumes.
Note: Warning Alert does not work in this mode. When scanning stops on a desired To resume scanning, press H. frequency, press H to hold on that frequency as long as you like.
If the BCT7 stops on an undesired frequency, press H twice to force
the unit to start scanning before the end of that transmission. Or, lock out that frequency (see Frequency Lock Out)
Frequency Lock Out
You can lock out a frequency so it is not scanned. Lock out does not erase the frequency. You can restore the frequency to scanning whenever you wish.
Note: You can lock out up to 50 preprogrammed frequencies and 100 user-programmed frequencies. In Scan Mode
When the scanner stops on a frequency you dont want to hear, press L.
Scanning resumes immediately because that frequency is no longer in the scanning sequence.
HIGHWAY POLICE DOT WX PRIVATE FIRE NEWS AIR
In Hold Mode Press L.
LOCKOUT appears on the display. Scanning doesnt resume until you press H.
After you have locked out the 50th preprogrammed frequency (or 100th user programmed frequency), you may lock out a new frequency. However, the first frequency you locked out becomes unlocked to make room for the new frequency. You can lock out all the frequencies in a bank, if desired. However, if you do, pressing that bank key will emit an error tone and the scanner will not scan. If you lock out a preprogrammed frequency in one bank, and that frequency is programmed into another bank, the frequency is locked out of both banks.
Restore a Locked Out Frequency
1. Select the frequency bank.
2. Press H to enter Manual Mode.
3. Press > or < to find the desired frequency. Press and hold > or < to scroll rapidly.
4. Press L to unlock the frequency.
5. Press H to resume scanning.
Restore All Locked-Out Frequencies
Press and hold L for two seconds.
Youll hear two beeps when all frequencies are restored.
OR In the Alert Monitor Frequency
Banks, press S to change the state code. Lockout is cleared as soon as scanning starts.
You can use the SEARCH feature to find active frequencies in your area. Many frequencies have already have been pre-programmed into one of the SCAN MODES (Highway, Police, DOT, etc.). You can search for any frequencies between 29.000 and 956.000 MHz, as well as CB channels 1 through 40, as long as they are within the 12 Bands covered by the BCT7. See the table on page 5, or the Specifications at the back of this Guide. 1. Press B to enter Band Search Mode.
2. Two seconds later, the BCT7 begins searching that band.
or > to change Press <(up or down) of thethe direction frequency search.
OR Press B repeatedly to select another band.
During Search, press L to lockout undesired frequencies that the scanner stops on.
Note: AIR appears when searching the Aircraft Band.
CB Channel Search
The 40 Citizens Band (CB) channels comprise one of the 12 search bands available in the BCT7. 1. Press B repeatedly until the CB band is active
2. After 2 seconds, the search begins through the 40 CB channels. Press < or > to change the channel search direction.
3. When the BCT7 finds CB communications, the CB channel and frequency displays.
Notes: In the SEARCH function, you can turn the Data Skip feature on and off. (See Data Skip, page 20.) For easy access to the CB search, do not change the search band from CB. Each time you access band search, the radio will begin searching in the CB channels automatically.
Hold/Resume While Searching
Press H to stop the search on any frequency of interest.
Press H to resume searching.
Your BCT7 automatically skips certain data channels which broadcast non-voice communications (primarily pagers). An icon in the display shows when Data Skip is on. This feature works in all modes except CB, AIR and Weather. To turn Data Skip OFF or ON: 1. Press Bkey repeatedly until SKIP appears.
2. Press Q within two seconds to turn Data Skip off (or on). The data icon appears in the display.
Your BCT7 contains 100 programmable memory channels available in the following frequency banks: Highway Police DOT News Fire Private 25 programmable channels (+ pre-programmed channels) 25 programmable channels (+ pre-programmed channels) 10 programmable channels (+ pre-programmed channels) 5 programmable channels (+ pre-programmed channels) 10 programmable channels (+ pre-programmed channels) 25 programmable channels ONLY
You can add frequencies to the pre-programmed frequency banks, and create your own bank of up to 25 channels in the PRIVATE frequency bank. Note: Before programming, check the back of the unit and make sure the MEMOLOCK switch is set to OFF. (See Memory Lock, page 24.)
Memory Lock Off/On
1. Press B to find a frequency band you wish to search.
2. When the BCT7 begins searching, press H.
3. Press < or > to find the desired frequency.
4. Press Q.
5. Select the bank where you want to program the frequency (Highway, Police, DOT, News, Fire or Private). The unprogrammed channel number and 000.0000 flash on and off over the frequency you chose.
6. Press < or > keys to move to the channel where you wish to program the frequency (you may skip this step if you wish to simply place the frequency in the next available channel).
7.Press Q again to enter the frequency.
8. Press H to begin scanning
9. Press the B key to begin selecting another frequency to program.
If you find a frequency you would like to program while in a general search of a band, press H to stop the search on the frequency, then follow programming steps 3 through 8. 22
Clearing a User-Programmed Frequency
To erase a user-programmed frequency: 1. Press B.
2. Press H twice to start search and hold on any frequency.
3. Press Q.
4. Press and hold > until 000.0000 appears in the display.
5. Press the frequency bank key desired (G, P, etc.)
6. Press < or > to select the Channel you want to clear.
7. Press Q to program 000.0000 into memory.
To avoid accidental programming of your BCT7 after you have programmed all the frequencies to your satisfaction, slide the MEMOLOCK switch on the back panel of the radio to ON.
If you attempt to enter frequencies after you have locked the program, the display will show PRG-LOC. Slide the switch back to OFF to enter frequencies once again.
Your BCT7 has a memory back-up system that remembers your frequency selections and deletions when you turn off the unit. This memory lasts approximately 30 days without any external power to the unit.
Before starting installation, select a location for the radio bracket that is convenient for operation and does not interfere with the driver or passenger in the vehicle. 1. Secure the bracket to a solid surface using the self tapping screws provided. 2. Mount the scanner to the bracket with the thumb screws. 3. Adjust the angle of the radio.
Connecting the Power
The BCT7 is designed to be used in any vehicle which has a 12-volt DC negative ground electrical system. If you cannot determine the polarity of your vehicle, consult your vehicle dealer for information. 1. Connect the BCT7 power cord directly to the fuse block or battery of your car. - OR Plug one end of the cigarette lighter power cord into your vehicles cigarette lighter. 2. Connect the power cord to the jack marked DC 13.8V on the back of the radio. 3. Attach the external antenna connector to the jack marked ANT.
The power cord provided with your BCT7 contains a 1-amp fuse. Whenever necessary, replace it only with the same type of fuse. Uniden recommends using an external antenna designed specifically for scanning radios. Do not use the telescoping antenna in a mobile installation.
In addition to mobile installation, you can operate the BCT7 as a base unit with the included AC Adapter and Telescoping Antenna. Note:
Use only the AC Adapter supplied with this unit.
1. Plug the telescoping antenna into the antenna jack on the rear of the unit. 2. Plug the AC Adapter into the jack marked DC 13.8V. 3. Plug the adapter into a 120V AC 60 Hz wall outlet. Operation of the scanner is the same as for mobile use.
Tips & Techniques
Leave the Band Search set for CB (CB follows 806-956 MHz and precedes 29-30 MHz). This way, whenever you wish to monitor CB radio traffic, you simply press the BAND button once. Another suggestion for highway driving would be to program CB channel 19 into one of the available HIGHWAY programmable channels in the BCT7. Truckers and other motorists also use other CB frequencies (such as 11 at times) for highway communications, but 19 is the most common channel. With Channel 19 always at the ready in your HIGHWAY setting, youll be sure to hear of accidents, traffic jams and other highway dangers well before you come upon them. Remember, though, that CB channels can be quite congested and they may tend to tie-up the BCT7 with unwanted conversation. On the open interstates, however, it should prove invaluable. IMPORTANT! If you have a CB transmitter in your vehicle, do not program a CB channel into the BCT7 unless youre sure you wont be transmitting on that channel (or even an adjacent channel). Otherwise, youll receive loud feedback through the BCT7s speaker. The Band Search feature also breaks down the bands into amateur radio Ham frequency bands which are very valuable during severe weather or for road condition and traffic information. Ham operators provide emergency communications for agencies such as the Red Cross and state civil preparedness, during tornado, hurricane or blizzard season. During morning or evening rush hours, hams will provide information on traffic as they ride to or from work. Ham channels can become congested with long conversations, however, and you may not wish to tie-up your BCT7 with these frequencies. For indoor use, extend the telescoping antenna to its full height. For UHF frequencies, shortening the antenna may improve the reception. 28
If your scanner receives strong interference or electrical noise, move the scanner or its antenna away from the source. If you are operating the scanner in a fringe area or need to improve reception, use an optional antenna designed for multi-band coverage. (You can purchase this type of antenna at a local electronics store.) If the plug at the end of the cable does not match the antenna jack, you may need to purchase an adapter.
A few state Highway Patrol agencies, and many local and county public safety services, utilize a new type of transmission scheme known as trunking. Trunking allows a number of agencies (such as city police, fire, highway and sewer departments), and/or a number of divisions within an agency (police patrol, detectives, radar teams, warrant servers.), to operate on a single radio system without interference from one another. The agencies may share a three to twenty or more channel radio system in which particular divisions hop about the assigned frequencies as they become available. A dispatcher may be communicating with a precincts patrol units on 856.7125 one moment, and then receive a reply from a patrol car 30 seconds later on 858.4875. In the meantime, 856.7125 will have been used by two sewer workers. It all happens transparently to the radio users. To them theyre the only people using the system and they never have to change channels. To the scanner user, however, it becomes a challenge to follow a conversation. All a scanner user can do is either wait for the radio to resume scanning to the next frequency or use H to move off of an uninteresting conversation.
To complicate matters, trunking radios are computer controlled. To effect the computer operation, data bursts and tones are broadcast over trunking frequencies. In the most common type of trunking system, a data frequency is selected for a 12 or 24 hour period. Scanner users are advised to LOCKOUT this frequency (so that the scanner doesnt stop each time it scans by the channel). The next time you turn the scanner on, another frequency, in the same system, may be used as the data channel. You will want to lockout this new data frequency but you must remember to unlock the old frequency which will now be used for voice transmissions.
Scanner Care & Maintenance Tips
Do not use the scanner in high-moisture areas such as the kitchen or bathroom. Do not plug the scanner into an outlet controlled by a wall switch as prolonged periods without power causes scanner memory loss. Avoid placing the unit in direct sunlight or near heating elements or vents.
If your BCT7 is not performing properly, try the steps listed below.
Scanner is not giving Warning Alerts.
Scanner is not working properly. Signal is weak or distorted. Improper reception. Scan wont stop. Incomplete reception. Weather Search (WX) wont work. Radio transmissions (conversations) are cutting in and out.
Check to see if Mute and Flash are both turned off. The Squelch threshold may be set too high. Check antenna connections. Some priority frequencies may be locked out. Make sure the frequency bank youre scanning is an Alert Frequency Bank (Highway, Police, DOT). Check power cord and in-line fuse. Check the Volume and Squelch settings. Check antenna and antenna connection, or change antenna. Check antenna and antenna connection, or change antenna. Reposition scanner. Check Squelch adjustment. Check antenna and antenna connection, or change antenna. Fringe area of reception. Check Squelch adjustment. Check Squelch adjustment. No active station within range. The PRIORITY system is checking for alarms. Use the H button to hold on a frequency without check of priority channels every two seconds.
Going by patrol cars and not receiving alarms.
The radio keeps locking-up on frequencies filled with strange noises or transmissions (aircraft communications, weather, etc.)
Make sure you are scanning one of the Warning Alert Frequency Banks - Highway, Police, or DOT. Check antenna connections. Conditions to activate the alarm are variable and depend upon the timing of the dispatcher transmissions and proximity of patrol car to your vehicle. Also, terrain and other factors may be involved. Officer has the ability to turn off the mobile extender when off-duty, or when going to court, etc., but will normally leave extender operating when on traffic duty. If youre monitoring user-programmed frequencies, switch to one of the preprogrammed frequency banks. Sometimes, in a heavily congested area with a lot of radio transmitters (an urban area or an area where TV/ radio towers are located), this always occurs. Try turning your squelch down or locking out the offending frequencies.
If you still cannot get satisfactory results, call the Uniden Customer Service Center at 1-800-297-1023, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central, Monday through Friday.
Optional Accessories and Replacement Parts
SQ WARNING MUTE LOCKOUT
External Speaker (ESP25, 8W)
Receiver Type: Triple Conversion Superheterodyne Banks: Total 7 banks: 6 Service banks and 1 programmable bank HIGHWAY PATROL 1,142 programmed plus 25 programmable channels POLICE: 5,185 programmed plus 25 programmable channels DOT: 459 programmed plus 10 programmable channels FIRE 160 programmed plus 10 programmable channels NEWS: 178 programmed plus 5 programmable channels WX: 9 programmed. (7 NOAA weather service, 2 Canadian Coast Guard) PRIVATE: 25 channels fully user programmable (Total 100 programmable channels) Search Band: Total 12 Search bands: (All NFM except aircraft and CB bands) Display Frequency Coverage Steps 29 - 30 29.000 to 30.000 MHz 5 kHz 30 - 50 0.000 to 50.000 MHz 5 kHz 118 - 137 118.000 to 136.975 MHz (AM) 12.5 kHz 137 - 144 137.000 to 144.000 MHz 5 kHz 144 - 148 144.000 to 148.000 MHz 5 kHz 148 - 174 148.000 to 174.000 MHz 5 kHz 406 - 420 406.000 to 420.000 MHz 12.5 kHz 420 - 450 420.000 to 450.000 MHz 12.5 kHz 450 - 470 450.000 to 470.000 MHz 12.5 kHz 470 - 512 470.000 to 512.000 MHz 12.5 kHz 806-956 806.0000 to 823.9875 MHz 12.5 kHz 849.1125 to 868.9875 MHz 12.5 kHz 894.1125 to 956.0000 MHz 12.5 kHz CH 1 - 40 26.9650 MHz - 27.4050 MHz(AM) 10 kHz Scan Rate: Scan Delay: Audio Output: Antenna: Operating Temperature: Size: Weight: Up to 100 channels per second. 2 seconds Max 3W 50 ohms (Impedance) - 20C (- 4F) to + 60C (+ 140F) 5-1/5" (W) x 6-15/16" (D) x 1-5/8" (H) 1 lb 11oz.
Certified in accordance with FCC Rules and Regulations Part 15 Sub-part C as of date of manufacture. Features, specifications, and availability of optional accessories are all subject to change without notice.
Before you use this scanner, please observe the following:
Uniden America Corporation does not represent this unit to be waterproof. To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or damage to the unit, do not expose this unit to rain or moisture.
The installation, possession, or use of this scanning radio in a motor vehicle may be prohibited, regulated, or require a permit in certain states, cities, and/or local jurisdiction. Your local law enforcement officials should be able to provide you with information regarding the laws in your community. Changes or modifications to this product not expressly approved by Uniden, or operation of this product in any way other than as detailed by this Operating Guide, could void your authority to operate this product.
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Uniden and Bearcat are registered trademarks of Uniden America Corporation. 1994 Uniden America Corporation. All rights reserved. Printed in the Phillippines.
1. Alert Light 2. Mute LED 3. Mute Key 4. Fire/News Frequency Key
5. Lockout Key 6. Weather/Private Frequencies Key 7. Squelch Control/Flash Brightness Selector 8. Hold/Scan Resume Key 9. State Selector Key 10. Highway Frequencies Key 11. Police/D.O.T. Frequencies Key 12. Search Direction Keys
13. Search Band Selector Key 14. Program Frequency Key 15. ON-OFF-Volume Control/Alert Tone Selector
BCT7 Liquid Crystal Display
1. Highway Patrol Frequencies
2. Police Frequencies 3. Department of Transportation Frequencies
4. NOAA Weather Frequencies 5. Private Frequencies 6. Fire Frequencies 7. News Frequencies 8. Aircraft Frequencies
9. State/Active Frequency Bank/Channel Indicator 10. Scan Hold Indicator 11. Search Up Indicator
12. Search Down Indicator 13. Frequency Lockout Indicator 14. Data Skip ON Indicator 15. Warning Flash OFF Indicator 16. Frequency Display
One Year Limited Warranty
Important: Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty service. WARRANTOR: UNIDEN AMERICA CORPORATION (Uniden) ELEMENTS OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants, for one year, to the original retail owner, this Uniden Product to be free from defects in materials and craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions set out below. WARRANTY DURATION: This warranty to the original user shall terminate and be of no further effect 12 months after the date of original retail sale. The warranty is invalid if the Product is (A) damaged or not maintained as reasonable or necessary, (B) modified, altered, or used as part of any conversion kits, sub- assemblies, or any configurations not sold by Uniden, (C) improperly installed, (D) serviced or repaired by someone other than an authorized Uniden service center for a defect or malfunction covered by this warranty, (E) used in any conjunction with equipment or parts or as part of any system not manufactured by Uniden, or (F) installed, programmed, by anyone other than as detailed by the operating guide for this product. STATEMENT OF REMEDY: In the event that the product does not conform to this warranty at any time while this warranty is in effect, warrantor will repair the defect and return it to you without charge for parts, service, or any other cost (except shipping and handling) incurred by warrantor or its representatives in connection with the performance of this warranty. THE LIMITED WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE IS THE SOLE AND ENTIRE WARRANTY PERTAINING TO THE PRODUCT AND IS IN LIEU OF AND EXCLUDES ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER OR PROVIDE FOR THE REIMBURSEMENT OR PAYMENT OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states do not allow this exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. LEGAL REMEDIES: This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. This warranty is void outside the United States of America. PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PERFORMANCE OF WARRANTY: If, after following the instructions in this Operating Guide you are certain that the Product is defective, pack the Product carefully (preferably in its original packaging). The Product should include all parts and accessories originally packaged with the Product. Include evidence of original purchase and a note describing the defect that has caused you to return it, The Product should be shipped or delivered freight prepaid by traceable means, or delivered to warrantor at: Uniden America Corporation Parts and Service 4700 Amon Carter Blvd. Ft. Worth, TX 76155 (800)-297-1023, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Central, Monday through Friday Uniden offers 30 days of toll free support and you can call (800) 297-1023, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central, Monday though Friday. Beyond that period, you can obtain assistance by calling (900) 224-4UAC.
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