Here’s what you should know about the electronic locks that are used with Liberty gun safes.
Features of Liberty’s UL-Listed Electronic Locks
SecuRam has always been a leading innovator in the industry. They are always working to improve lock technology. Liberty offers three different models of SecuRam UL-listed electronic locks, which are known throughout the industry for their proven reliability.
- SecuRam’s TopLit is available for installation on Liberty’s Centurion, USA and 1776 gun safes. This lock comes in a shiny chrome finish.
- SecuRam’s BackLit is available for Liberty’s Colonial, Fatboy Jr., Home and Premium safes. This lock is available in three finishes: chrome, black chrome and brass.
- SecuRam’s ProLogic is available for Liberty’s Franklin and higher models. This lock is also available in three finishes: chrome, black chrome and brass.
All three models of SecuRam electronic locks are battery operated. It is recommended that you only use Duracell or Duracell ProCell 9-volt batteries in these locks.
Each lock comes with a preset code of “1-2-3-4-5-6” from the factory. You should change it to your own unique code when your safe is installed.
Benefits of Choosing a Liberty UL-Listed Electronic Lock
There are numerous benefits of choosing an UL-listed SecuRam electronic lock for your Liberty gun safe, including:
- The lock’s light makes it easy to see the keypad in the dark without having to wear glasses to allow quick and easy access.
- This electronic lock is a Group 1 lock, which means there are almost one million possible lock combinations you could create.
- It could take a thief up to 27 years to crack the lock’s combination.
- You could change your combination whenever you want without having to have a locksmith do it for you.
- You can change the batteries in the lock from the front of your safe without having to open your safe.
- The lock remembers your combination while you change its battery or the battery dies.
- Unauthorized users are blocked from entering additional combinations after several failed tries.
- If a thief removes the keypad from your gun safe or smashes it in place, he still will not be able to get into it.
Whether you choose an electronic lock or a mechanical lock, you cannot go wrong. You still will be getting one of the most secure safe locks available in the industry.
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