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I have always used a Uniden race scanner to keep me updated with NASCAR events, and I have never been disappointed with one. That's why when my old device died, I decided to get the Uniden SC230 scanner with pre-programmed NASCAR / Busch frequencies. This is a new device for me, but I loved it right away. So I wrote this review to inform others about the benefits of using this product.


The device is a nice handy scanner with the dimensions 2.9 & # 39; & # 39; x 1.4 & # 39; & # 39; x 4.6 & # 39; & # 39; and a weight of 0.49 pounds. It is very lightweight, portable and easy to use. The look in general is okay, I also like the scanner's orange face. It adds aesthetic value to the device. Apart from that, the controls are very intuitive and you will not have difficulty navigating through it.

You have the option of using this unit via rechargeable or alkaline AA batteries or via AC / DC power source. It really is a fantastic Uniden racing scanner and it even has the NASCAR logo on the front panel that makes me more happy. It even has a belt clip and a wrist strap so wherever you want to keep it is always safe.

Scanning and sound output

This Uniden Race Scanner has many features, and many more channels. It has 1600 typical channels and a maximum of 2500 - how can you ever get bored with this thing? There are ten search services that allow you to search for your frequencies, whether you are looking for frequencies for public security, news, amateur radio, marine, rail, air, CB radio, FRS / GMRS, racing and other searches. You can find the specific frequency that you want to listen to and search through certain categories faster and more efficiently. You can also set priority channels that you can easily search for if you need to know if there is activity on certain frequencies.

When it comes to racing car fanatics like me, there are pre-programmed racing frequencies, all you have to do is search through. There are frequencies that are pre-programmed especially for NASCAR Nextel, Busch, Craftsman, Indy, ARCA and Champ series. There is also the fast racing programming function that allows you to easily specify specific racing information. With the one-touch function you can only listen to a particular car by simply pressing a single button. The scanner also has shortcut functions, just like the speed dial, which makes it possible to immediately set the frequency to a particular car, race or system with a single button press.

The audio output of this unit is 320 mW through the speakers, and you can also use headphones that produce an audio output of 30 mW to 32 ohm headphones or 6 mW of 64 ohm headphones. You will definitely find this scanner great for producing sound so you get the best time while you are tuned to your favorite racing channels. Other features

The screen backlight has a special function when it is night and it is called Backlight-On-Squelch, which is a trademark of Uniden. The light only lights up when there is activity in the frequency you are set to warn and it can also save energy. The damper eliminates the interference of other signal sources in your position. You can also set the delay of your scanner from 0-5 seconds so that you can shorten or extend the waiting time for the answer before the device continues to scan through other channels. You can also unlock frequencies that you do not want to scan or scan, and you can unlock up to 200 channels, saving time during scans and searches. There is a channel alert function that you can use to always be warned whenever there is activity on the frequency you specify. The different channels, competition channels, groups and other frequencies can also be named using the text capture function, where you can enter names for important frequencies up to 16 characters. Key lock, low battery alarm and other custom Uniden features are also added to this model.


If you are a racing car fanatic and you want a Uniden racing scanner, there is no better model for you than the Uniden SC230 Scanner with pre-programmed NASCAR / Busch frequencies. It's great and you just have to love it. I love it even more than the older model I had, and it was a Uniden too. So if you are looking for a good proposal for the best competition scanner, this is the model I definitely recommend to you.