|商品尺寸||32.51 x 8.2 x 21.59 cm; 2.27 公斤|
|型号 / 款式||BCD536HP|
Uniden BCD536HP Digital Phase 2 Base/Mobile Scanner with HPDB and Wi-Fi
Uniden BCD536HP HomePatrol Series Digital Phase 2 Base/Mobile Scanner with HPDB and Wi-Fi. Simple Programming, TrunkTracker V, S.A.M.E. Emergency/Weather Alert. Covers USA and Canada.
- 536HP 数字 Trunk Tracker V 是个完全移动 台式机单元,无需用户编程。只需打开,输入您的邮编,Trunk Tracker V 即可完成其余的工作。
- 此外,Wi-Fi 功能可让您使用智能手机或平板电脑上的Uniden Siren 应用程序,从家里或车辆的任何地方访问扫描仪。
- BCD536HP 延续了 Unidenen 的领先创新传统。家庭巡逻编程使其成为我们史上容易编程的移动专业扫描仪。
- 通过结合来自 Radio Reference 的丰富无线电系统数据库和 Uniden的无线电系统选择方法来正确识别和监控美国和加拿大的附近系统。 通过位置扫描,您可以通过拉链 邮政代码或 GPS 坐标设置您的位置。
- The BCD536HP continues Uniden's tradition of leading innovation. Home Patrol Programming makes it the easiest-to-program mobile professional scanner we've ever made.
- Plus, the Wi-Fi feature lets you use the exclusive Uniden Siren App on your smartphone or tablet to access your scanner from anywhere in your home or vehicle.
- The 536HP digital Trunk Tracker V is the first full mobile/desktop unit that requires no user programming. Simply turn it on, enter your zip code and Trunk Tracker V does the rest.
- This user friendly digital scanner will immediately begin receiving communications systems used by Public Safety, Police, Fire, EMS, Ambulance, Aircraft, Military, Weather, and more.
- This functionality is made possible by combining the rich radio system database from Radio Reference with Uniden's patented radio system selection methods to correctly identify and monitor only nearby systems in the USA and Canada.
- Scan by location allows you to set your location(s) by zip/postal code or GPS coordinates
故障排除:扫描模式,无法扫描 请确保设置您的位置以扫描数据库。 2. 确保在设置扫描选择中启用收藏夹列表。 3. 请确保已为您想要听到的频道启用服务类型。 4. 如果使用位置控制已开启,请确保您已编程位置。 5. 确保经度和纬度为 N 和 W(北美)。 6. 确保不会避免系统/部门/频道。 7. 确保已启用收藏夹列表/系统快速密钥。 8. (使用扫描搜索)确保在要监控的选择列表和搜索菜单和自定义搜索中启用了扫描的故障排除。 扫描中断 1. 关闭优先扫描。 更改优先间隔。 2. 关闭关闭呼叫优先级。 3. 关闭天气优先事项。 4. 设置通道延迟更长。 5. 设置正频道延迟。 所有频道超出范围 1。 增加您的范围。 2. 关闭收藏夹列表的位置控制..背光键盘和 LCD。 易于使用的 Sentinel PC 软件使您的扫描仪的数据库和固件保持最新状态。 即时重放 — 播放最近传输的长达 240 秒(4 分钟)。 音频录制 — 捕捉传输以供以后播放。
Uniden BCD536HP Digital Phase 2 Base/Mobile Scanner with HPDB and Wi-Fi
HomePatrol programming makes it the easiest-to-program mobile professional scanner we've ever made. Plus, the Wi-Fi feature lets you use the exclusive Uniden siren app on your smartphone or tablet to access your scanner from anywhere in your home or vehicle (app release coming soon.). The LCD backlit keypad illuminates the keys and screen helps you make favorite lists quick and easy to setup. The department/site quick keys makes for a quick call or tagging the system/channel number. There are five different frequencies that are covered with the BCD536HP (25-512 MHz, 758-824 MHz, 849-869 MHz, 894-960 MHz, 1240-1300 MHz).
- Favorites List, System, and Department/Site Quick Keys
- Enhance Dynamic Memory with Narrowband Reception and Location-Based Scanning
- S.A.M.E. Weather Alert with USA/Canada Radio Database and Fire Tone-Out Alert
- Close Call RF Capture With 4 GB of Memory
评论于 2017年5月14日 在中国 🇨🇳 发布
Now for my review.
This is a great scanner, easily the best I've ever owned, and I have owned quite a few dating all the way back to the 1970's. That being said, I will also say it's easily the most maligned piece of electronic equipment I've ever heard of, and that reputation is not entirely unwarranted. This scanner debuted in early 2014 with early adopters finding a number of problems, including defective headphone jacks, and problems with SD cards becoming corrupted. Uniden made good on the headphone jack issue and repaired or replaced the affected units that were returned. The SD card issue seems to be hit or miss, but many who have had the problem have reported that replacing the SD card that came with the scanner with a new one has helped or eliminated the problem entirely. More recently some users have reported that the LCD backlight has dimmed over time. This is worrying, and I find myself trying to use the radio with the backlight either off, or set to its dimmest setting in order to preserve the life of the backlight. Again, this may be an issue that affects some units and not others, but I don’t want to find out the hard way. Another worrying issue is the clock battery. Some have reported their clock battery going dead after a period of months and have been unable to recharge it, or get it to hold a charge. If the clock battery is dead, the radio will require you to enter the date and time each time you turn it on, so while this doesn’t kill the radio it will suck some of the fun out of it. And then of course it took Uniden a year to finally release the Siren app for iPhone, something that was touted as a major new feature when the radio was released.
OK, so all that stuff sounds bad, and it is, but I still think this is a great radio. The Siren app is out now and mostly works, at least within your home WIFI network. The headphone jack on my radio is fine. I’ve re-programmed the radio multiple times and had no card failures (I’m using a 32GB card I bought new, keeping the supplied card as a backup.) My clock works fine. The Uniden Sentinel software that comes free is bare-bones but usable. It updates the radio’s firmware easily. The radio scans quickly, it’s UHF and VHF sensitivity is better than I expected it would be based on user comments I’d read. The radio looks and sounds great! It does not look like the “Pinto” of police scanners, which let’s face it, it kind of is. it looks more like a BMW. Very nice fit and finish, very nice design. The feel to the controls is nice & solid, and the very nice display offers more characters to use for your Alpha Tags than ever before. It’s really a wonderful, even refined, radio. I would easily give it 5 stars if it weren’t for all the design and quality control issues that have plagued it, at least did in the past.
Now I will say I think a lot of folks will be disappointed in the “Home Patrol” aspect of this radio. Yes it’s touted as a major feature, and yes you can enter your Zip Code and be scanning your local police and fire in minutes. But what I’ve found is it tends to load up a lot of stuff you will not enjoy listening to, which forces the scanner to work its way through a lot of unnecessary channels, slowing the scan cycle way down. Yes, you can hit “Avoid” on stuff, and yes you can select only the types of communications you’re interested in. All that will help, but scanners work best when you PROGRAM THEM. When YOU put in exactly what YOU want to listen to. So my advice is to take the time to learn how to program the radio properly with Sentinel, or with the Butel software (a subscription at radio reference will help if you use Butel). You will enjoy your radio infinitley more when its set up properly. If this is your first scanner, and you live in an area with complex communications systems, you should expect that learning how to program it is going to take some time and effort. It will be time well spent though, and there’s lots of resources online to help. The Marks Easier To Read manual online is a good place to start. Also RadioReference.com is a huge compendium of help and information and informative users.
Hope that helps.
The real problem is that there is a known issue with the display. My display went blank (white backlit with no text) after setting the scanner up. The company's web page is a twiki-based page that my antivirus software (Bitdefender) automatically blocks and warns me that it is unsafe. After whitelisting the page, you realize that the company then points you to the RadioReference forums or Yahoo forums. All of these are user-based. The support page is an early 90's looking website. This isn't acceptable for a top dollar scanner. There are better units out there!
The forums all point to the known problems with this scanner. The display tends to go dim or go completely blank. The fixes out there include replacing the microSD card but you have to really dig to find the posts for fixing the problems. Most everyone sends the unit back for repair.
The only con (and not a big con) is I wish for the price they would send a quality antenna with it. Don't get me wrong, the antenna that comes with it is fine but there are better antennas that will give you much better range.
On the fence? Don't be.. Do it! Do it now! You know you want it.. Why wait lol. All kidding aside, I would buy again. It's a great scanner!!!
There, now that that's out of the way.
The 536HP is an absolute TOP OF THE LINE product! After spending quite a bit of time learning how this darn thing really works, the results are pretty darn amazing. Initially I was quite frustrated at the lack of channels that I could listen to in my immediate area even though I live in a major metropolitan area. A little research helped considerably so I purchased a much better antenna, placed it outside, spent a few hours reading over the manual and watching some youtube videos and actually found some listenable local channels. Spent some more time researching and learned some of the actual features of this scanner and how they work. There are an AMAZING amount of things that can be done with this scanner.
If I had to do it again, I would start by doing more research, especially about antennas and proper placement for better reception.
This is an unbelievably powerful scanner that quite honestly, with the right antenna, is plug and play right out of the box.
FWIW I live in an Apartment with a lot of RF interference. After putting a decent antenna outside it really opened up the reception for me.
I can understand the reviews that say that this is a complicated scanner and agree to a point. I've spent quite a few hours getting this thing to where I understand it.