Delivery drivers, meter readers, waste disposal collectors or even employees often require periodic access to secured private property areas. Having available key(s) is not only important, but also can save time and money. With more and more companies moving towards part-time employees, providing...
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When the combination has been set, test the operation of the pushbutton lock several times with the lid open. Press the CLEAR button before entering the combination. Once you are certain the combination is operational, return the plastic card to the key cover. Install the code tamper plate onto the lid. Secure the plate with the screw or replace the screw with a tamper-resistant screw for added security.
The P500 KeySafe has four mounting holes. A template is included. Follow the installation instructions. There are four heavy-duty wood screws included with the KeySafe.
ALARM SENSOR OPTION
An interesting feature of the GE Security KeySafe P500 is the alarm sensor option. This option enables the KeySafe to be incorporated into an existing alarm system. Included in the options is a sensor and a magnet. The magnet is installed into the KeySafe and the sensor is installed in mounting surface with the alarm wiring run back to the system.
The concept for the alarm option is that if the KeySafe is left open, attacked or forcibly removed from it mountings, the sensor will activate the alarm, notifying the appropriate personnel.
As an added benefit, depending upon the alarm system’s functionality, the alarm system can also provide an audit trail each time the KeySafe is opened. Opening the KeySafe lid will indicate an open circuit to the alarm system. If the alarm system records open circuits, there will be a record of the activity. However, adjustments must be made to ensure the alarm system can differentiate between a legitimate opening versus tampering or an attack.
A removable weather cover protects the key safe and its contents when the key safe is installed on the exterior.
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We will install, change the combination, clear a lost combination, and troubleshoot some common problems on this workhorse of a pushbutton lock.