A simple to use scanner for the train enthusiast, the BC125AT has Service Searches for railroad band. You can also pre-program your railroad's frequencies into memory and concentrate on known channels. You can even use Close Call RF Capture feature to find nearby transmissions that might not be listed in frequency guides.
The BC125AT may also be used for other purposes, such as aviation, the marine band (for boats and ships), weather monitoring and alerts, and even analog police, fire and EMS communications.
The BC125AT is compact enough to fit in your shirt pocket and takes up little room in your camera bag. Using the included rechargeable batteries you will have hours of use, and if they run out you can replace them with regular AA size batteries. We also provide both home and car charger adapters. The carry case protects the scanner from scratches and bumps as well as offering some drop protection.
USB AC & DC Power Pack
- Charge and power your BC125AT scanner
- Built-in standard USB port
- Input:100 to 240V AC
- Output: 5V/1A-LED power indicator
BC125 - Carrying Case
This rugged case for the Uniden Bearcat BC125AT police scanner radios provides an excellent way to protect your scanner from most scratches and falls. Includes an optional/detachable bungee cord to wrap around the scanner antenna to help secure the radio inside the case. Cutouts for speaker and access to all ports such as power and PC. Clever and handsome design.
VHF 150-162 Professional Portable BNC Antenna
(Tuned Railroad Band Antenna)
Frequency (MHz): 150-162
Length: 8" Material Injection Molded Antenna
Type : Covered BNC/Helical
Connector: Covered BNC male
One Free RadioReference Regional Railroad Scanner Guide |Regions available:
| New England:
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
| East Coast:
Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania
| Great Lakes:
Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin
Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota
Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia
Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana,Mississippi, and Tennessee
Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas
| Rocky Mountain:
Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming
| West Coast:
Alaska, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington
How to Program the Uniden Bearcat BC125AT Scanner
To go into Service Search on the BC125AT:
Press "FUNC" (the orange button) then "SRCH".
Look at the small numbers on the bottom line of the display, each number represents a different Service Search.
5 is for the Railroad Service Search
6 for Civilian Air (VHF)
7 is for Military Air (UHF)
Any other service searches you do not want you can turn off (if on) just by pressing the number.
To turn on a Service Search press the button assigned to it, to turn it off just press that number again.
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Scanner Master Blog entries about BC125AT
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