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Where can i get a 110 power reducer for a Regency turbo scan 800 scanner

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    Laurin Cavender Sep 17, 2019

    I have the 120 volt AC power supplies for Regency Scanner products in stock most run $14.95 ea. plus shipping (706)270-3829

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Try scanner master first and do a google search forpoer supply for your model

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SOURCE: regency scanner r1070 error message fr err, will not scan

I'm assuming you know already, but just in case you don't. You need to be scanning in supported ranges, those are:

30-50 Mhz
144-174
440-512

Posted on Nov 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Scanner will not scan the 800 band

You didn't mention your location or the type(s) of digital system signals you lost, but if you've been listening to an EDACS system it's possible that the manager has switched on the PROVOICE security option. That would prevent your scanners from recognizing the effected users and would also account for both scanners being effected. If your area is using EDACS I suggest that you visit www.RadioReference.com to check on system particulars.

The PRO-95 is also known for losing its logic and requiring a RESET or INITIALIZE, although it would odd for two units to go squirrelly at the same time.

If all else fails, you can RESET or INITIALIZE the scanners to bring them back to normal operation.

To RESET:
- Power the scanner OFF
- Power the scanner back ON
- Insert a pointed object (paper clip, penpoint, etc.) into the RESET hole on the back of the scanner
- Gently press and then release the RESET button inside the hole.

NOTE: RESET will NOT erase the data that you've programmed into the scanner.

If RESET doesn't clear the problem, you can carry out the more drastic INITIALIZE process.

- Power the scanner OFF
- Power the scanner back ON
- Press 0 then 1 while "Welcome to Dual Trunking" is displayed.
- "Initializing Please Wait" will appear for about 2 seconds.

DO NOT power the scanner OFF until the INITIALIZE process is complete (M000 and Bank 0 Ch 00 appear on the display). The INITIALIZE procedure will reset the scanner to original factory settings and erase all data that you have programmed.

BillB

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Scanner will not scan the 800 band


You didn't mention your location or the type(s) of digital system signals you lost, but if you've been listening to an EDACS system it's possible that the manager has switched on the PROVOICE security option. That would prevent your scanners from recognizing the effected users and would also account for both scanners being effected. If your area is using EDACS I suggest that you visit www.RadioReference.com to check on system particulars.

The PRO-95 is also known for losing its logic and requiring a RESET or INITIALIZE, although it would odd for two units to go squirrelly at the same time.

If all else fails, you can RESET or INITIALIZE the scanners to bring them back to normal operation.

To RESET:
- Power the scanner OFF
- Power the scanner back ON
- Insert a pointed object (paper clip, penpoint, etc.) into the RESET hole on the back of the scanner
- Gently press and then release the RESET button inside the hole.

NOTE: RESET will NOT erase the data that you've programmed into the scanner.

If RESET doesn't clear the problem, you can carry out the more drastic INITIALIZE process.

- Power the scanner OFF
- Power the scanner back ON
- Press 0 then 1 while "Welcome to Dual Trunking" is displayed.
- "Initializing Please Wait" will appear for about 2 seconds.

DO NOT power the scanner OFF until the INITIALIZE process is complete (M000 and Bank 0 Ch 00 appear on the display). The INITIALIZE procedure will reset the scanner to original factory settings and erase all data that you have programmed.

BillB

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Does a Regency Toutch K 100 20 channels S1&S2 Does it scan all 20 ch at the same time, S1- ch 1 S2 ch 11- 12 Etc??, what is a d code mean?


Your Regency scans (samples) the programmed frequencies at the rate of approximately 15 channels per second, so it is constantly checking for an active frequency. "D-code" code refer to any of a number of things. Do you have the term in context?

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I have a Regency Touch K 100 ( NO MANUEL ) Scanner


I have searched like crazy and cannot get you a specific answer. I found the Manual for sale on eBay in PDF format.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Regency-Touch-K100-Scanner-Manual-PDF-File_W0QQitemZ150385008548QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item2303a51fa4

For $5 it might be worth it.

For all of your scanner needs: ScannerMaster

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1. Press "MANUAL"
2. Enter the frequency you want, example 162.475
3. Press "ENTER"
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4. Enter the number of the channel where you want to store the frequency.
Note: channels 1 thru 9 must have a zero before them, example 01, 02,........ 09
If you wish to add more frequencies at this time, got to step 2.

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enter the channel number. Repeat this action to unlock a channel.

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To create a delay after a transmission, press the "DELAY" key while the unit is scanning.

You can change the display by pressing the "CHANNEL / DISPLAY" key. There are 3 choices: display only the channel number, only the frequency,or alternate displaying the channel number and the frequency.

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your scanner has an attenuater.it lets you program your scanner to reduce scanners sensitivity .check to see if its on or off.

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Best Regards,
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