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Commercial Mount for Uniden mobile scanner

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ofd8001

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There are a couple of options, mostly depending upon the type of vehicle you have.

The scanner comes with a DIN sleeve that can be used to mount the scanner in the dashboard, presuming there is enough "real estate" in the dash to accomplish this.

Additionally there are consoles made for public safety vehicles that might work. In my fire department Expedition, along with the usual radio control heads, I had a space for my Uniden 996XT scanner (the 536 is the same chassis size).
 

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Isn't that what the Siren App is for? Using a small tablet, or smart phone?
Larry
You mean the vaporware siren app.....?

Also in case you were not aware using a small tablet or smart phone is illegal in a moving vehicle in most states.
 
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