9 Mar 2020

We answer your most FAQ on: SPC Wireless Devices

Vanderbilt’s SPC Wireless is a cost-effective and reliable intruder alarm range.

The range is a two-way wireless technology that delivers ease of installation without compromising on the reliability of a wired system. 

What type of batteries do SPC Wireless devices use?

Vanderbilt uses the industry-leading Energizer® lithium batteries. These include common batteries, such as CR123A, AA, and AAA, across multiple products. Vanderbilt’s SPC Wireless battery life is five years. This means installers don’t have to go to site as often to keep changing out batteries, freeing your time up for more urgent tasks.

What range can SPC Wireless devices cover?

SPC Wireless devices can cover up to 500 meters. This range makes Wireless more cost-efficient than having to wire an entire building. Wireless ultimately cuts down on install time and expenses.

How easy is it to install SPC Wireless devices?

SPC Wireless installs can be hassle-free. You just put up the control panel, wire the mains to it, place the wireless detector in position, and you’re good to go. In contrast, a wired solution can take, at a minimum, a day’s work fitting cable.

What is a unique selling point of the SPC Wireless devices?

The settings for the SPC Wireless range are all configurable over the air. Again, this means no need for time-consuming site visits. Most other products require the physical need to flick dipswitches to change commands. With Vanderbilt’s SPC Wireless, convenience comes first.

What sector are SPC Wireless devices most suited to?

In retail, SPC Wireless detectors’ aesthetically appealing design is ideal to fit in with retail environments and complement the surrounding environments of a modern retail store. The devices are also quick and easy to install, meaning less disruption to the store.