Battery does not hold charge for very long but aside from that the unit is in great shape.
Frequency coverage is 25-550MHz and 760-1300MHz with no gaps. the '3000XLT also has programmable modes of AM, NFM & WFM together with programmable increment steps of 5, 12.5, 25 & 50kHz. 30kHz step sizes as default are available between 824-849MHz & 869-894MHz if requested
400 memory channels are available to store frequency and mode and a easy to use Search facility allows any upper and lower frequency limits to be searched between in any mode or increment step.
It is very fast at both scanning and searching and has good sensitivity together with sensitivity also. This means that the Bearcat 3000XLT is good at rejecting signals that might cause interference in strong RF environments.
The UBC-3000XLT is powered from a Nicad Pack (supplied) that will allow, on average around 5-7 hours continuous use. Spare packs can be purchased and the pack can be charged from any 12v DC supply. If anything this is the only shortcoming of the Bearcat 3000XLT - AA batteries would have been nice although if you take a look at the Commtel 216 you will see that this combines the features of the UBC-3000XLT with some found on the PRO-26 one of which is that it uses AA Batteries.
Original carry case and charger included.
For sale, wanted to buy and swap
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