The Brinks Touch ‘N Open™ Safe, model number 5084DB, is a 1.2-cubic foot interior fire safe that can be opened by placing a finger on the biometric sensor. This C/UL classified safe has a 1700-degree, one-hour heating endurance test, drop test, and re-heating test under the fireproof safe...
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Step 3. Enter the PIN into the keypad.
Step 4. Press the “#” key. If the correct PIN has been entered, the safe will “click”, “chime” and the LCD will display “good.” If not, repeat steps two through four.
Step 5. Within five seconds, turn the key clockwise and pull to open the door. If the key is not turned within five seconds, the safe will relock.
To open the safe using the Touch ‘N Open fingerprint sensor:
Step 1. Place the five-cut key into the key lock.
Step 2. Press the “*” key to activate the electronics and begin the opening procedure. The LCD will display “hold," then “beep” and display “open.”
Step 3. Place the finger onto the sensor. Do not move the finger until the safe “chimes,” the lock “clicks,” safe “chimes” again, and the LCD displays “good.”
Step 4. Within five seconds, turn the key clockwise and pull to open the door. If the key is not turned within five seconds, the safe will relock.
NOTE: Occasionally wipe the face of the sensor using a clean, dry finger. Do not use abrasive materials or caustic cleaners. The manufacturer recommends cleaning the sensor every three months with a cotton swab dipped in isopropyl alcohol, depending upon usage.
Once the opening procedure has been tested for both the fingerprint and the PIN, up to nine additional fingerprints can be programmed into the safe’s memory. Each fingerprint that is programmed will have an identification number, 1-9. Keep a record of each person’s fingerprint. The Brinks Touch ‘N Open Safe is designed to delete individual fingerprints or all fingerprints at once.
The Brinks Touch 'N Open fire safe is constructed of sheet metal outer and inner walls with a poured fire insulator. The wall thickness is approximately 2-1/2”. The door is approximately 2-9/16” thick. There are four formed locking bolts; two active and two fixed.
The outside dimensions of the Brinks model 5084DB safe are approximately 17” wide by 19” deep by 19” high. The interior dimensions are approximately 13” wide by 12” deep by 14” high. An included removable shelf with four built-in racks permits the shelf to be positioned in one of six locations. The weight of the safe is 140 pounds.
Note: The four AA alkaline batteries should be replaced annually. Installing new batteries will not erase the PIN or the programmed fingerprints.
The Brinks Touch ‘N Open Safe has a five-year limited warranty and a lifetime after fire replacement guarantee.
For more information, contact Dean Safe Wholesale, 12990 Branford Ave., Unit A, Arleta, CA 91331. Telephone: 818-899-2222. Fax: 818-899-2555. Web Site: www.DeanSafeWholesale.com.
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