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Minitor III Model No.?

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Minitor III, model no. A03YMS7238AC ... this is the two channel, non-SV model correct?
 

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I believe that the 8 indicates a single channel model, and IIRC, the 7 indicates non-SV. If there is no extra button, it is almost certainly a non-SV.
It's definitely non-SV. I was trying to be as detailed a possible. Just wanted to confirm the channels though cause it has a two channel label with F2 blank.
 

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A03YMS7238AC = Minitor III VHF Single Frequency Non-SV

Here are some breakdowns of the model #'s, which are applicable to the III, IV and V series:

A01 = Low Band
A03 = VHF
A04 = UHF

7238 = Single Frequency Non-SV
7239 = Dual Frequency Non-SV

9238 = Single Frequency SV
9239 = Dual Frequency SV
 
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