[AMRadio] Scanners For Sale

Ken Simpson, W8EK kenw8ek at gmail.com
Thu Jan 23 09:00:18 EST 2014

Several Scanners For Sale:

Regency Touch K100 Scanner:

The Regency Touch K100 is a programmable scanner that
covers the low VHF, Hi VHF, and UHF frequencies.  Of
course this means it covers weather frequencies.  It
has battery back up of the programmed frequencies and
also will do searches.

Frequencies covered include
30 - 50 MHz
144-148 MHz
148-174 MHz
440-450 MHz
450-470 MHz
470-512 MHz

More info can be found at

This one works fine and looks fine.

With telescoping antenna, power cord, and paper work
for $25.

Bearcat BC-560 XLT / PRO-2025 Scanner:

The Uniden Bearcat BC-560XLT 16 channel scanner (also known as
PRO-2025) covers VHF Low Band, VHF High Band and UHF. It has a
priority channel and channel lockout, plus weather search for
instant access to your local NOAA weather station.
Programming is easy. Just key in the desired frequency. You
can press the Review button to check each channel.

External jacks include: external antenna, external speaker
and 12 VDC power.
5.5 x 1.75 x 7 inches.

It covers
29-29.7 Amateur Band 10 Meters
29.7-50 VHF Low
50-54 Ham Band 6 Meters
136-144 Federal Government
144-148 Amateur Band 2 Meters
148-174 VHF High Band
406-420 Federal Government
420-450 Amateur Band 70 Cm
450-470 UHF Band
470-512 UHF "T" Band

This one works fine.
With paper work and power cord for $25.

Realistic/Radio Shack PRO-37 Handheld Scanner:

The PRO-37 is a handheld scanner with 200 memories, covering
30-54 / 108-174 / 380-512 / 806-960 MHz.  It has the features
that one would normally expect in a good hand held scanner.
It runs off of six AA cells, and has a BNC antenna connector.

For more info, please see

This one works OK, but it could use some cleaning.  There is a
small scratch on the LCD display, which does not detract from
its usefulness.

It includes paper work and rubber duck antenna for $25.

Realistic PRO-56 Scanner:

The PRO-56 covers from 144 to 174 MHz and also 430
to 512 MHz. It is a small scanner with 8 channels,
and is powered by a 9 volt battery, or battery eliminator.

This one works fine and looks fine as well.

It includes a telescoping antenna for $15.

Uniden Bearcat BC-50 XL Scanner:

The BC-50 is a handheld programmable scanner that
covers the low VHF, high VHF and UHF bands. It can
run off of five AA cells, or external 7.5 volts DC.
It has a BNC antenna connector.

Frequency coverage:
66 - 88 MHz
136-174 MHz
406-512 MHz

More info at

This one works fine with an external speaker, but not
with the internal speaker. This could just be dirty
connections, as the SK who had it stored it in his
garage. It could stand some cleaning, but it does work.

With paper work for $10. If you desire a rubber duck
antenna with it, add $10.

Coax connectors and adapters:

Prices are per connector. Several of each are available.
Most are unused.

SPECIAL: Buy 5 and take 10% off.
Buy 10 or more and take 20% off.

Adapter that takes a PL-259, and plugs in to a Motorola
type jack, as is used on the back of many scanners.  $5

UG-175 reducing adapters for PL-259 connectors to
use with RG-58 $.50

UG-176 reducing adapters for PL-259 connectors to
use with RG-8 X or RG-59.
Amphenol, still sealed in the package $1

Amphenol crimp type PL-259, sealed in package $3

UHF double female "Barrel connector" $3

UHF "Bulkhead Connector" with mounting hardware
Double female, about 2 inches long $6

UHF "T" connector with two female (SO-239) and one male
(PL-259) connection $5

BNC HT to PL-259 adapter.(BNC male to UHF female) $5

BNC male for coax cables
standard type $2
crimp on type $3

Chassis mount BNC female
square mount (uses 4 screws) $3
Amphenol screw in type, sealed in package $4

BNC "T", two female and one male $3

I also have many other accessories available such as many
different types of microphones, HTs, HF, VHF and UHF rigs, HF
and VHF/UHF antennas, etc.
Just too many to list here. Please e-mail your requests.

Prices do not include shipping from Florida.



Ken, W8EK

Ken Simpson
E-mail to W8EK at FLHam.net or W8EK at arrl.net
Voice Phone (352) 732-8400

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