Travelling Scanner Kit

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Blake
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Travelling Scanner Kit

Post by Blake » Mon Dec 12, 2016 5:33 pm

As a follow on thread from my post here:
http://www.aussiescanners.com.au/forum/ ... 267&t=7733

Here are some pics of my Travelling Scanner Kit (TSK).
The full gallery can be found here: http://imgur.com/a/gUDoC

It's designed to be a 'one-stop-shop', 'go-bag', storage/carry case for all my scanner needs.



Here's a list of everything that's in it:

Lowepro Rezo 120 AW
Uniden BCD325P2-AU
Manual
Notepad & Pen
Little Kodak P&S
3x sets of rechargeable batteries (6x cells in total + 2x in the scanner)
240V USB wall charger adaptor
Car Cig Lighter charger adaptor
USB cable for scanner
El-cheapo pair of headphones
Single custom earbud with collar clip (EDC)
Fully custom DIY magnetic antenna mount for the car kit.


It can be pushed into many different roles, and usually, in accompaniment to this when travelling, my messenger bag with laptop, charger, software, and various printed frequency lists / channel plans are included.

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Re: Travelling Scanner Kit

Post by tanger32au » Mon Dec 12, 2016 5:36 pm

I have a camera bag which I use in much the same way.

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Re: Travelling Scanner Kit

Post by Blake » Sat Mar 04, 2017 8:55 am

Well, this has had an overhaul.

I've added my new custom made 165 meg BNC antenna,
a pack of enloops,
another scanner (EZI30XLT) and aerial.
channel plans,
pair of earbuds
and some other bits and pieces.


It's quite handy to keep everything together.
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Re: Travelling Scanner Kit

Post by tanger32au » Sat Mar 04, 2017 1:12 pm

Very nice. I have used a bag like that in the past.
My kit is this: http://launcestonscanningguy.blogspot.c ... -2017.html

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