The Pro-95 is not at all like the Pro-25. What is the catalog # on the back of the scanner? It will reveal more on the radio shack site than searching for a scanner that is 10+ years newer. You can hurt the radio with the wrong plug and voltage.JESSERABBIT said:Extensive research resulted in the owner's manual for the Pro-95 (200-525). Power specifications indicate-power, 9vDC, 300ma required. Chargers-RS 273-1810 and RS 273-1815. Size B adpta plug. MAKE SURE VOLTAGE IS SET TO 9 volts. I don't know if either charger is still available, but you may find a substute as long as the polarity as well, as the voltage and amperage are the same as well as the size of the plug.
I am guessing from what you describe ("+ C- -") that it is a 6V DC input with the center pin being the negative (-) side and the shield being positive (+). Actually I think that RS used to use that configuration a lot (I know that my Pro-92's used the same but they were 9V DC). Go into a RS and have them "fit" an adapta-plug for your specific need (bring the radio), then get a 6V 300 mA (min) "wall wart", they should throw the adapta-plug in for nothing. A quick search at the RS site shows a 800 mA one, but you may find one in a local store that is not quite so large. See that you set the center pin for negative (-) and you should be good to go.investigator16 said:The radio has Two holes. One for charge and one for power. Below the holes is DC 6V and + C- -
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If you don't find one let me know. I'm pretty sure I have one with the correct voltage, and current, in my junk box. You may have to change the plug type. You can have it for the cost of shipping.investigator16 said:THANKS Lou..... I am at the station today. I will go by there tomorrow or Thurs. I was hoping to find the one that I had with my first pro 25.... got a call..................