AL3010/ AL3020/ AL3030 Input Unit

The AL3030 is a reliable code lock, with input function and a strong, robust plastic (ABS) housing. It is also available in a silver-aluminium color combination (AL3020). This product is similar to the Alpha 2 electronic entries, but with a ring of aluminium instead of plastic. 

This product has 12 buttons and a red LED light, which facilitates the feedback of the lock, while the personal code is typed in.  

The keypad for electronic locks, has an integrated battery compartment, which enables a fast and efficient replacement,without tools. 

The series AL3010/AL3020/AL3030 are compatible with the following electronic locks:

  • EM2020
  • EM3020
  • EM3050
  • EM2050
  • EM3520*
  • EM3550*
  • EM4020*
  • EM4050*

* AC9090 adjustable backside 

The producer recommends to only use new 9V ALKALINE Duracell/Procell- or Energizer batteries.

The SafeGear Team reminds its customers to set a memorable code. Once your code is forgotten, opening the lock is associated with costs and potentially the lock and the safe needs to be damaged.

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Product NameAL3010/ AL3020/ AL3030 Input Unit
Number of users1 Manager Code and 9 User Codes
Batteriesone 9V battery
Customer Questions
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

Safe Locks: The battery is empty and I can not open my safe. Is there somehow a way to open it?

You can use the emergency power to open your vault, even with an empty battery. To activate the emergency power, you need a 9V block battery, which you need to insert into the corresponding contacts on your input unit.

On the right side, next to the keypad of the lock, you can find two notches. These must be exposed with a knife or a spatula, because underneath are the contact points for the 9V block battery.

Now you can adapt the 9V block battery to the contacts. Note that the large negative pole is placed on the large contact and the small positive pole on the small contact.

The flowing emergency power from the battery allows you to put in the numerical code and thus opening the safe.

Allow the emergency power to flow until the vault is completely open. When you have done this you can replace the empty batteries with new ones as normal.


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