Vanderbilt SPC intrusion detection platform
Smart security for a connected world from Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt SPC is an intrusion detection platform that delivers a modern, powerful security system for your customers’ needs. It also enables your business to grow!
SPC protects businesses, properties, and assets. It is an intrusion detection system that offers versatile and comprehensive alarm management functionality. Through the use of cloud services, End-user apps, and a dedicated software suite, SPC is at the forefront of modern intrusion detection.
Vanderbilt’s SPC Wireless range has many benefits that will make installers’ day-to-day work life a whole lot easier.
The new range includes:
- RF Module - Wireless. panel module with Antenna
- PIR - Wireless 12m PIR detector (PET immunity)
- Curtain PIR - Wireless curtain PIR detector
- Magnetic Contact - Wireless Magnetic Contact (Slim mount)
- Smoke Detector - Wireless smoke alarm
- RF Fob - Remote control (with 4 buttons)
- Panic Button - Wireless personal alarm (single button)
- Magnetic Contact - Wireless Magnetic Contact (with input)
- Easy to mount, pair and configure
- Configurable over the air
- Long life battery
- Superior wireless range
- Designed to EN approval standards
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