BR5010 Keypad

The keypad BR5010 is compatible e.g. with EM2020 and EM 3520.

BR 5010 - provides easy operation. The code numbers could be read only from the top what makes this input unit a good solution for safes under the desk with a good protection.

Keypad is provided with the integrated battery compartment and can be mounted as a stacionar (eg with the Lock EM2020) or turneable unit (eg with the Lock EM 3520).

The battery compartment can be found underneath the keypad

Contacta para presupuesto
Sin stock
Número de referencia
ML-22000001
User Manual - M-Locks
(Size: 272.4 KB)

Detalles Técnicos
ProductoBR5010 Keypad
ModeloEM2020 Electronic Lock
ColorIgual que en la imagen
DisplayNo, only LED light
Number of users1
Penalty TimeYes, 5 minutes
Time Delay functionalityYes (1-99 minutes)
Open window funcionalityYes (1-19 minutes)
Pilas9V

BR 5010 Input unit (keypad)

The input unit is compatible e.g. with the Locks EM2020 and EM 3520

Preguntas de Clientes
Order & Delivery: All you need to know

SafeGear offers you a wide variety of delivery options. We find the best delivery partners and ensure fast and safe delivery. To our services belongs delivery with or without installation and standard or express delivery. The following guideline will give answers to all questions you may have.

Safe locks: All you need to know

Find below the most Frequently Asked Questions regarding security, battery and other concerns of Safe Locks.

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Encuentre debajo las preguntas más frecuentes de nuestros consumidores en relación a la seguridad, batería y otros aspectos de las cerraduras de caja fuerte de nuestro catálogo.

Safe Locks: I type in my code, but the safe won’t open, what do I do?

If you are having the issue that you are typing in your code, but the safe will not open, this means that in 95% of the cases, a battery change will solve the issue. In general, this is always the first step to do when troubleshooting your lock.

Safe Locks: I think my keypad is faulty. How can I check this? BR 5010 (EM2020 / EM3520)

If the keypad test doesn't identify any issues, you may be typing the wrong code. The M-Locks BR 5010 create a long beep-sound if you type in the wrong code. Please keep in mind that if you are typing the wrong code four times, you will be locked out for 5 minutes. After expiration, entry of two more invalid codes restarts the 5 minute blocking period.

Follow this step-by-step process to check that your keypad works properly:

If the keypad test doesn't identify any issues, you may be typing the wrong code. The M-Locks BR 5010 creates a long bip if you type in wrong code. Please keep in mind that if you are typing the wrong code four times, you will be locked out for 5 minutes. After expiration, entry of two more invalid codes restarts the 5 minute blocking period.

Download the manual by clicking the link below:

BR 5010 test

This video also outlines the process of checking your keypad:

Safe Locks: What are the lock requirements for each burglary grade?

Safe locks are classified in ascending security classes going from A through D as per EN-1300 Regulation.

Additionally, starting at security grade IV, safes and vaults must contain 2 separate locks and even 3 for grades XI and higher.

The following table attempts to explain the lock requirements that each safe must meet in order to maintain the certification for the EN-1143-1 burglary resistance grade.

Lock Requirements for Burglary Grades

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