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To program a known frequency into your scanner: - Power the scanner ON - Press the E/PGM key - Enter the number of the channel to be programmed - Press HOLD - Enter the frequency, including decimal point - Press E/PGM to store the data in the scanner's memory
To continue programming, press the up or down arrow to advance to the next channel.
Press HOLD or SCAN to exit the programming mode.
More detailed programming instructions are in the factory operating manual which you can download and print, at no cost, here: http://www.radiopics.com/1.%20Manuals/Bearcat/Bearcat%20BC340CRS%20%28Manual%29.pdf
For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning information, visit: www.RadioReference.com
To program a known frequency into your scanner: 1. Power the unit ON. 2. Press the HOLD key. 3. Enter a channel number. 4. Press the FUNC and PGM keys. The selected channel number will display. 5. Enter the desired frequency, including decimal point (ex: 151.475). 6. Press E to enter the data into memory. 7. Repeat steps 2 through 6 for additional channels.
More detailed programming information can be found in the scanner operating manual which can be downloaded/printed here:
For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, visit:
The 370 is a straightforward scanner and fairly simple to set up, and you should be able to program it yourself with no problems.
Your first step is to make a list of the frequencies that you want to program. Your scanner has the capacity to hold up to 300 frequencies, so you should probably write out a list or type it up in your computer. There's an area in the scanner operating manual for listing your frequencies, but it doesn't have space for you to list the users. You can find a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area by visiting:
Once you have your list, 1. Power the scanner ON. 2. Press the E/PGM key to enter the programming mode. 3. If the displayed channel is not the one you want to program, enter the desired channel number and then press HOLD. 4. Enter the desired frequency - including the decimal point. 5. Press E/PGM to enter your data into the scanner's memory. 6. To program the next channel, press the UP or DOWN arrow key, and then start again with step 4 above. 7. To exit the programming mode, press the HOLD and SCAN keys.
The scanner operating manual contains more detailed programming instructions, along with information on how to use features like SEARCH, Weather Alerts, and Band Search. If you don't already have a copy of the manual, you can download and print it here:
If you run into any problems while programming, just let us know.
Before you start programming you'll need a list of frequencies (not codes). For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, visit:
That site also contains a lot of other useful scanning data, including links to users groups.
To program a known frequency into the scanner: 1. Power the unit ON. 2. Press the PGM key. 3. Enter the desired channel number (1-200). 4. Press PGM again. 5. Enter the frequency, including the decimal point (ex: 462.365). 6. Press ENT to enter the data into memory. 7. Repeat steps 2-6 for other channels.
More detailed programming instructions can be found in the scanner operating manual which you can download/print here:
- Press PGM. PGM appears on the display, indicating that the scanner is in programming mode. - Enter the number of the channel that you wish to program (1 - 50), then press PGM again. As an alternative, press PGM repeatedly until the desired channel number appears on the display. - Enter the desired frequency, including the decimal (for example, 156.045). - Press E/L-OUT to store the frequency. - Repeat steps 2 - 4 to program another frequency.
Your scanner's operating manual has details on other programming steps. If needed, you can download/print the manual here:
Data Compatibility MPC1000: SEQ, WAV, PGM MPC2000/2000XL: SEQ, WAV, SND, PGM (Most parameters of PGM file can be loaded.) MPC4000: SEQ, WAV, PGM (DRUM program only. Only note assign and tune are loaded.) MPC3000: SND (THRU Computer) Z4/Z8: SEQ, WAV, PGM (DRUM program only. Only note assign and tune are loaded.) S5000/6000: WAV only (THRU Computer) S1000/3000: No compatibility
First you'll need a list of frequencies to program. For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, visit:
Once you've selected your frequencies, power the scanner ON and
1. Press E/PGM to enter the program mode (the scanner turns on the PGM icon).
2. If the current channel is not the one you want to program, enter the memory number then press HOLD.
3. Enter the frequency including the decimal point, then press E/PGM.
4. To program the next memory, press or and repeat step 3. To program a different memory, repeat from step 2.
5. To exit program mode, press HOLD or SCAN or change the scanner’s mode.
Notes: • Any frequency you program replaces the previous memory contents. • If you enter a frequency you have already stored in a different memory in Step 3, the scanner beeps and displays the channel where you have previously stored the frequency. If you want to store the frequency anyway, press E/PGM a second time in Step 3. • To clear the contents of a memory, enter “0” in Step 3. • Channels you program are automatically unlocked (see “Locking/Unlocking Memories) and have Delay turned on (See “Setting Channel Delay”).
If you would like to download/print the operating manual for you scanner, visit:
The frequencies probably aren't the same, so you're gonna have to do a little research, but hope this helps.
Turn the scanner off and then back on.
The first thing we'll do is clear all of the frequencies in the bank you'll use to listen to Gwinnett County.
Press the black F button, then press 0, then press the F button again, then press CL, and then press the 1 button.
Enter 000 and then press PGM to enter programming mode starting at channel 0. On the display the P on the left of the first line of the display says you're in programming mode, and the 000 indicates your looking at channel 0.
Press the orange T button to enter trunking mode.
Press the MODE button until Motorola is displayed on line 2 of the display.
Press the PGM button again to begin entering frequencies. You'll enter 24 frequencies total. If you make a mistake while entering a frequency you can press the CL button to delete the last number entered. If you accidently press the PGM button twice while entering frequencies you can press the down arrow to back-up to the previous location.
Enter the first frequency, 854.78750, then press ENT and then press PGM to go to the next channel.
Repeat step #8 for the rest of the frequencies 854.81250, 854.83750, 855.31250, 855.48750, 855.76250, 855.78750, 855.81250, 856.81250, 856.83750, 856.91250, 857.81250, 857.83750, 857.91250, 858.78750, 858.81250, 866.13750, 866.21250, 866.38750, 867.33750, 867.38750, 867.96250, 868.11250, 868.13750, 868.48750.
To double-check that you entered all of the frequencies correctly enter 0 and then the PGM button to go back to the first frequency entered.
Press PGM to go through all 24 frequencies, if you see a mistake enter the correct frequency and then press ENT to save it, continue pressing PGM until you have verified all 24 frequencies.
Next press 0 and then PGM to go back to the first frequency again.
Press the MODE button until you see MO following the channel number on the first line of the display (P000 for example). After MO is displayed press PGM to go to the next frequency.