Vanderbilt SPCK620.100-N LCD Keypad With Graphical Display/card Reader And Audio

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Vanderbilt
  • Model code: SPCK620.100-N
  • Mount Type: Flush
  • Material: Plastic Housing (Polycarbonate)
  • Operating Temperature oC: 5 ~ 40 C (41 ~ 104 F)
Additional info:

Powerfull menu structureThe LCD display, soft keys, and multi-dimensional navigation key is ideal to operate large systems or single areas in a user friendly way. Cause and effect intergration Intergrated Card reader (SPCK623 only)Can be used for autherisation without code for ease of access or with code for higher security. Easy configurationCan be configured from the keypad or SPC Web interface. The comfort keypad is ideal to operate single and multi-area applications in a user friendly way. The soft keys and the multi-dimensional navigation key provide an easy to use system with minimum operational steps. Customer logo, emergency or quick set functions can be displayed in idle state.

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Make Vanderbilt
Manufacturer Vanderbilt Industries
Model code SPCK620.100-N
Mount Type Flush
Material Plastic Housing (Polycarbonate)
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: 5 ~ 40 C (41 ~ 104 F)
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 9.5 ~ 14 V DC
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 112 x 185 x 28
Weight g: 380
Additional info
  • Powerfull menu structure
    The LCD display, soft keys, and multi-dimensional navigation key is ideal to operate large systems or single areas in a user friendly way. Cause and effect intergration
  • Intergrated Card reader (SPCK623 only)
    Can be used for autherisation without code for ease of access or with code for higher security.
  • Easy configuration
    Can be configured from the keypad or SPC Web interface. The comfort keypad is ideal to operate single and multi-area applications in a user friendly way. The soft keys and the multi-dimensional navigation key provide an easy to use system with minimum operational steps. Customer logo, emergency or quick set functions can be displayed in idle state.
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