Vintage GRE Radio Shack Pro-2042, 1000 Channel Base Scanner.
Used good working condition.
Vintage Radio Shack Pro-2042, 1000 Channel Base Scanner for weather, radio
frequencies. Removable / collapsible antenna. Both feet suppports under the
radio retract and are not broken.
Cord is in very good condition and is approximately 92” in length. Some scuffs
to the edge where the clear coat has worn off and a few scuffs to the top (see
Manual availability is a free download from the Internet.
Details: DC13.8 v
ATT 0dB 10dB
Cat No: 20-464
Power: 120v AC, 60Hz
18 watts. 13.8v DC, 10 watts neg. gnd
ANT / Tape out / Ext Spkr
Freq range: 25-520, 760-823.995, 849.005-868.995, 894.005_1
FCC ID: AAO20-464
Serial no: 000364
Hyperscan - lets you scan and search up to 50 channels or steps per second.
Weather Band Key - scans ten pre-programmed weather frequencies to keep
informed about current weather conditions.
Ten Channel-Storage Banks - you can store 100 channels in each bank to group
channels so calls are easier to identify.
Monitor Memory - temporarily saves up to 100 frequencies located during a
frequency search, letting you move selected frequencies to permanent channel
Priority Channel - you can set the scanner to check every 2 seconds so you do
not miss important calls.
Auto Store - quickly finds and automatically stores active frequencies in
channels, then searches for additional active frequencies while skipping
previously stored channels.
TAPE OUT Jack - lets you connect an optional tape recorder to the scanner to
Rotary Tuner - lets you manually tune and select desired frequencies or
Two-Second Channel Scan Delay - delays scanning for 2 seconds before moving to
another channel so you can hear more replies.
Memory Backup - keeps channel frequencies stored in memory for up to 3 months
during a power loss.
Lock-Out Function - keeps selected channels from being scanned,so you can skip
over busy channels.
Direct Frequency Search - lets you scan for new and unlisted frequencies.
Sound Squelch - keeps the scanner from stopping on frequencies with only a
carrier signal and no voice or other sound, so you can hear calls instead of