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Desk Top Stand - Bearcat 125 XLT .............

Postby m3bsf » Tue Jan 09, 2018 4:14 am

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I produce Desk Top Stands for the Uniden 125 XLT via 3D Printer and will make them available to Group Members ONLY FOR £13.OO including postage [UK ONLY] , Stands are produced for the 125XLT only and are an excellent fit and hold the scanner sequerly if you want to contect to an outside antenna , for more information and photographs please leave request or email to ....
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Re: Desk Top Stand - Bearcat 125 XLT .............

Postby Minus1 » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:16 am

I've found that perspex mobile phone display stands intended for retailers do a very good job for handheld scanners, and are available at low cost if you look around.

This one is 'currently unavailable' but illustrates the point: ... B00FE4UQGA

4 or 6 self-adhesive silicon rubber bumpers will hold the phone in the stand, and stop it rocking.
Some non-slip tape will stop the stand sliding on your desk. It's sold by retailers for the disabled.
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Re: Desk Top Stand - Bearcat 125 XLT .............

Postby m0lsx » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:43 am

With handheld radios I always worry about the damage that having the radio upright can do to the connection between circuit board & antenna connection when using a coax feed. As it takes very little extra pressure over time to do a significant amount of damage to a antenna connection that is soldered directly to a circuit board, which most are with scanners.
I much prefer to lay my handies on their side when using a coax feed. It's another reason I like those micro mags with their awful & thin coax. As a Handheld appropriate external antenna, they do a good job & should cause no damage.
If anyone is unaware of this as an issue, then go onto a FT-817 users forum, where you find numerous warnings & stories about this issue in relation to the front BNC connector, which like most scanners has a antenna connector soldered directly onto the circuit board.
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