Vanderbilt has upgraded its intruder detection product range with the release of SPC 3.8. SPC protects is an intrusion detection system that offers versatile operation and alarm management functionality through the use of cloud services, end-user apps and dedicated software, according to the manufacturer.
The latest version of the SPC system is claimed to improve the customer experience, as well as delivering enhancements designed to speed up installations. John O’Donnell, Product Marketing at Vanderbilt, stated, ‘SPC has a strong legacy, incorporating the latest technologies, design and manufacturing methods to help drive development. SPC 3.8 is a hardware and software intrusion system that offers market driven features. Ultimately, we are aspiring towards a future single platform migration strategy within our product portfolio, and SPC is at the heart of this.’
SPC 3.8 is aimed at reducing training, planning and maintenance efforts across the range of panels via an intuitive interface, remote maintenance and control capabilities. All SPC systems can be remotely updated to the latest firmware, ensuring customers can have the latest features available without the need to physically visit sites to complete system upgrades.
O’Donnell concludes, ‘As we continue to innovate this legacy system, the access engine within SPC has been boosted with additional functionality to support dual authorisation. This escort facility ensures greater security measures when using the system. The support system has been complemented with the ability to obtain support information directly from the SPC help page, allowing access to customer and installer documentation. The cause and effect engine has also been upgraded with a new layout and options to simplify programming.’