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Veetronix Alert Receiver , need help

station09

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Does anyone know what uniden scanner was used for the older Veetronix Alert receivers, model 2TR9A ? I received a programming LCD kit to program the RF freq into the radio. The radios I have , which are uniden have no markings on them. The LCD kit I received only has one ribbon cable on it. The IC board in the radio has two areas where the LCD display would plug into the IC board. Did some research on uniden scanners, I found that the Uniden BCT7 , which is a older uniden scanner has two areas on the IC board where the LCD display plugs into. Was hoping to buy a used BCT7 , and used that to program the RF freq into the radio. Any ideas or help would be nice. Thank you
 

rfburnz

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They are BC350a scanners. The LCD display plugs into the ribbon connector at the edge of the board near the front panel. CAREFULLY pry up the lock on the connector before trying to insert the ribbon. Also, make sure the connections on the ribbon and connector are aligned, the ribbon can go in both ways.
 

station09

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The radio I have from Veetronix has two plugs in the front of the radio. Looking towards the front of the radio , one plug to the right is about 20 pins, one to the left is about 22 pins, there are not that many pins on the programming LCD display kit. Thanks for any help
 
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