Before you use this scanner, please read and observe the following. IMPORTANT! 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.
CONTENTS PRECAUTIONS ................2 IMPORTANT! ................2 EARPHONE WARNING! ..............2 WHAT'S IN THE BOX ..............5 INTRODUCTION ................6 Band Ranges .................. 6 Features ..................6 CONTROLS .................. 9 Controls ..................9 Display ..................13 SETTING UP THE SCANNER ............15 Connecting Power ...............
Saving a Found Frequency into a Channel ........23 Search Lockouts ................23 To unlock all frequencies ............. 23 Listening to Service Channels............ 23 Using Service Search ..............23 Selecting a Service to Search ........... 23 CARE AND MAINTENANCE ............24 General use .................
WHAT'S IN THE BOX Please unpack the box carefully and make sure you have: UBC370CLT Scanner Telescoping Antenna AC Adapter Not Shown: • This Owner's Manual If any item is missing or obviously damaged, contact your place of purchase or...
INTRODUCTION Your UBC370CLT scanner is a multi-featured conventional channel scanner. You can easily enter and store frequencies for Emergency, Free Net, PMR, Marine, Aircraft, CB, HAM, and other radio services into 500 channels distributed over ten banks. Use your scanner to monitor: •...
CTCSS/DCS - You can search and display any CTCSS or DCS tone. USB PC Programming - Lets you program your scanner using your PC. Direct Channel Access — Press 0-9 and HOLD to directly access any stored frequency. Channel Lockout— Skip over stored frequencies (channels) using the Lockout feature to enable faster scanning.
EEPROM Memory Backup — the scanner uses a non-volatile EEPROM for memory backup. Battery Alert — A battery icon alerts you to a no battery installed condition, and a battery low voltage condition. An alert tone sounds when the battery needs to be replaced.
CONTROLS CONTROLS SPEAKER SEARCH DELAY B C 3 4 5 C R S Weather Scanner 1-50 51-100 101-150 MODE 151-200 201-250 251-300 Sleep 301-350 351-400 401-450 HOLD SCAN Light 451-500 SQUELCH SNOOZE Alarm Set Clock Set Clock Radio Tone POWER VOLUME Time Alarm...
Number Key/Knob What it does Set to Off to disable alarm; Set to Radio to enable the Alarm slide radio alarm; Set to Tone to enable the tone alarm switch Snooze: Press while the alarm sounds to silence the alarm SNOOZE/ for 5 minutes.
Number Key/Knob What it does In Scanner mode: Press to start a Limit Search or to SEARCH/FM1 resume searching. In FM mode, press to select the FM1 memory bank. - Press to select and cancel the name input in Scan Program mode.
Number Key/Knob What it does Press once to: ▼ - Decrease one channel in these modes: x Scan Hold x Service Search Hold x Program Hold - Decrease one frequency in Limit Search Hold mode and Direct entry in Radio mode. - Decrease time in Time Setting and Sleep mode.
Number Key/Knob What it does Connects a headphone for privacy or an external speaker. HEADPHONE jack If you connect an external speaker to the scanner's headphone jack, never connect the audio output line to a power supply and ground. This might damage the scanner.
Number Display What it means AM/PM Indicates AM/PM and appears in Clock mode The letter "P" indicates a Priority channel in Scan mode. The letter "M" indicates the Minute setting in Sleep Time Set mode. Indicates that the Priority channel scan is active. Reversed indicates that Priority channel DND is active.
SETTING UP THE SCANNER These guidelines will help you install and use your new scanner: • If your scanner receives interference or electrical noise, move the scanner or its antenna away from the source. You might also try changing the height or angle of the antennas. •...
CONNECTING AN ANTENNA The scanner uses an external telescopic antenna to receive all signals. Connect the supplied rod antenna by pushing the antenna’s connector onto the antenna jack on the back of the scanner and twisting it to the desired angle. You can also use an external antenna (not supplied) to help to bring in weaker signals.
USING THE CLOCK Your scanner’s clock displays whenever you turn off the radio functions. It can also be used as a standard alarm clock. SETTING THE CURRENT TIME Follow the steps to set the current time: Notes: Press SEARCH/FM1 at any step to select 24H or 12H time display.
To have the UBC370CLT alert you at the preset time, slide Off/Radio/Tone to either Radio or Tone. If you set the selector to Radio, the alarm will sound with the selected audio source (FM, Service, or Scanner). If you set the selector to Tone, the scanner will sound a tone at the preset time.
To quickly recall a channel: 1. Select the band (FM1, FM2, or FM3). 2. Select the channel memory mode by pressing PRI/MEM. 3. Tap the number button that corresponds to the channel where the frequency is stored. SETTING UP SLEEP MODE You can set the amount of time the scanner will remain on.
BANK 1 BANK 2 BANK 3 Follow these steps to enter or change a frequency in a memory: Press E/PGM to enter the Program mode (the scanner turns on the PGM icon). If the current channel is not the one you want to program, enter the channel number then press HOLD.
SETTING CTCSS/DCS 1. Press E/PGM to enter the Program mode (the scanner turns on the PGM icon). 2. Press L/O/FM2 to enter CTCSS/DCS select mode. 3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select from 50 CTCSS, 104 DCS code or Any. 4.
Many people enjoy searching for the unknown frequencies that are in use in their area but are not posted to any site or in any publication. The UBC370CLT has two ways to search: x Limit Searching. Searches between two designated frequencies, creating upper and lower limits.
USING SERVICE SEARCH You can select any of Emergency, Free Net, PMR, Marine, Aircraft, CB, and HAM channels for active frequencies in your area. Selecting a Service to Search The UBC370CLT searches seven preset service frequencies: • Emergency • Free Net...
• Marine • Aircraft • • To access these service frequencies: Move the Mode slide switch to Service mode. Press 1-7 keys to access that Service mode: SERVICE Emergency Free Net Marine Aircraft When the scanner stops on a transmission, you can force it to resume searching by pressing ▲...
REPAIRS Do not attempt any repair. The scanner contains no user serviceable parts. Contact info.avera.eu or take it to a qualified repair technician. BIRDIES All radios can receive “birdies” (undesired signals). If your scanner stops during Scan mode and no sound is heard, it might be receiving a birdie. Birdies are internally generated signals inherent in the electronics of the scanner.
Audio Output(normal) : 0.9W Max Power Requirements : 230V AC 50Hz : DC 12.0 V (EXT. power jack) : 3 x AA size Alkaline batteries , 4.5 DC (not included) Antenna : Telescoping (included) External Jacks : Antenna jack : Headphone Jack : DC 12V Power Jack : Micro USB Accessories...
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Hereby. Uniden Holdings Corporation declares that the radio equipment type Uniden Bearcat UBC370CLT is in compliance with the Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address: www.avera.eu/downloads Sales and Service: firstname.lastname@example.org...