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Liberty Safe Security Feature: UL-Listed Electronic Locks

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When purchasing a Liberty gun safe, you have the option of upgrading the standard UL-listed mechanical lock to a SecuRam® UL-listed electronic lock. While our mechanical locks provide excellent security, you might prefer choosing a more modern lock. And that’s ok because our electronic locks also provide excellent security.

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.

  1. SecuRam’s TopLit is available for installation on Liberty’s Centurion, USA and 1776 gun safes. This lock comes in a shiny chrome finish.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.