Lyra 2 Safe (31 L) - Burglary Test Grade I - Code Lock

Lyra Grade 1 is a series of secure and burglary tested safes certified by ECB-S Germany in Grade I.

A Lyra safe is suitable for private and office use to secure cash, jewelry, documents, medicine and other valuables that require a secure storage.

The body is made of 3 walls and the door is reinforced by a three-sided bolt locking.

This model comes with an insurance approved code lock. 

€1,302.00
In stock
SKU
FT-022202-60000-EM3520
How To Bolt the Safe
(Size: 740.5 KB)
  • Grade I prevents burglary access for 30 minutes.

More Information
Product Name Lyra 2 Safe (31 L) - Burglary Test Grade I - Code Lock
Model Lyra 2 - Grade I - Elektronisk kodelås
Safe Kind Free Standing
Safe Purpose Documents, Pharmaceuticals, Valuables
Delivery time 1-3 working days
Color RAL 7024 (Standard). RAL 7035 (Optional). Other colors (optional)
Burglary Grade GRADE I
Burglary Test Method EN 1143-1
Certification centre ECB•S Germany
Cash Rating GRADE I
Lock Code Lock
Lock Type M-Locks EM2020 / BR5010 - 1 Manager
Battery & emergency opening 9 V, Batteries can be replaced from the outside
Weight - kg 52.0000
Shelf (Standard) 1 Movable shelf
Capacity - Liter 31
Capacity - Binders 3
Height - External (mm) 405
Width - Exterior (mm) 400
Depth - Exterior (mm) $420
Depth incl. Lock / Handle (mm) €454.00
Height - Interior (mm) €325.00
Width - Interior (mm) €311.00
Depth - Interior (mm) €305.00
Custom size (mm) MIN - MAX: H 405 - 1550 / W 400 - 850 / D 270 - 600
Door Opening - Height (mm) 325
Door Opening - Width (mm) 311
Door Opening - Angle 180 Degrees - Internal Hinges
Width (Safe + Door) - Door Open 180 degrees 745
Depth (Safe + Door) - Door Open 90 degrees 761
Hinges side Right Side
Door Structure 3-walled steel
Door Bolts 4-sided bolts
Body structure 3-walled
Bolting Floor, Wall
Bolts Included 2

Lyra 2 (31 L) - Strong and reliable valuable safe - Electronic Code Lock

Lyra Grade 1 provide safe storage of valuables such as cash, jewelry, documents or other items. Made in a robust but discreet design, this safe will look great in a private home, retail shop or companies.

Burglary tested safe in Grade I

This safe has been tested and certified in Germany by ECB-S in Grade I according to the European standard EN 1143-1.
Do you need a burglary tested safe in Grade I with an additional fire insulation ? Click here to see the product page.

Key Facts

Both the body and the door of Lyra Grade 1 safes has been conceived of 3 walls ensuring a high resistance against known methods of burglar attempts including a special barrier to withstand hammer, chisel, drill and cutting attachments.

Lock Options

This safe comes with an insurance approved electronic code lock.

Configuration Options

The number of shelves depends on the model, please refer on the table in the product pictures.

Lyra Grade 1 safes come in Graphite Grey (RAL 7024) with possible color change to Light Grey (RAL 7035)  without an additional charge.

Contact Us

If you have questions about finding the right configuration for your needs, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Click here for Safegear’s full selection of valuable safes.

*Please note that the product pictures show the safe series but not necessarily the specific safe you’re looking at. You should always check the product characteristics for the exact dimensions, weight, number of shelves etc.

Customer Questions
Safes - Which possible burglary certifications, grades, levels, ratings can the safe have?

Burglary-resistance safe Grades, Levels or Ratings are values given by independent institutions that are recognized throughout Europe. Comprehensive tests are carried out, in order to determine how long the safe can withstand burglary attempts.

Safes - Key Lock or Code Lock: What Should I Choose?

Both Locks offer the same level of security. You have to know that there are not only key or code locks, but also electronic, biometric and mechanical combination locks. Choose the right locking system according to your preferences.

Safes - What is more secure? Key or Code Lock?


Both the Key and the Code Lock offer the same level of security for your security cabinet or safe. Your way of choosing the right locking system depends on your preferences.

Key Locks - Traditional locking system

Quality key locks can be bought for a quite cheap price but cheap Code Locks can make errors and fail. You have to keep in mind that key locks can be breakable and most importantly losable. If You lose your safe’s key the security level decreases. In this case, you have to react fast and change your lock as soon as possible - and this is going to cost You money.

Code Locks - Modern locking system

Code Locks give you quick access to the content of your security cabinet or safe. The best thing about Code Lock is that the code can be shared with other people without extra keys. However, it is important to remember that if you forget your lock's code it can be more pricey than changing the key lock.


If you wonder what are the pros and cons of Key and Code Lock, click here: Differences between Key Lock and Code Lock.

 

Safes - Why is bolting important for my security safe?

Bolting prevents the safe from being moved by burglars and provides stability of your safety deposit box. We recommend you to either bolt to the wall or anchor down to the floor even the heaviest safes for extra security.

IMPORTANT: Safe Vaults with a weight of less than 1000 kg should be bolted to comply with insurance requirements.

Safes - What should I consider when bolting my safe?

Consider next point when:

  1. The material of the wall/the floor plays an important role here. For example, concrete ensures a safer and more solid bolting material than wood.
  2. Make sure you check if there are any cables or wires in the wall or the floor you want to drill into. Be careful with the heating and/or piping system as well. If you have underfloor heating, we strongly recommend that you do not drill down into your floor. Instead, you can secure your safe by bolting it to the wall.
  3. If you don't have a solid floor surface, consider a wall safe installation.
  4. You might need the help of a second person to move the safe into position.
  5. We advise bolting the vault both to the wall and floor if possible.

If you want to know how to install the safe, read this article where we have described the process.

Safes - Where can I bolt the safe?

You can bolt the safe in:

  • The floor
  • The wall
  • A wardrobe

Pay attention on the material of the surface you want to bolt your safe in. The material of the wall/floor plays a crucial part when it comes to bolting.

Concrete offers a safer and more solid way of bolting than wood. Also, depending on whether it is a wooden or concrete floor, you will need a different drill and a different drill bit. Check if there are any cables or wires in the wall/floor you want to drill into. This is also the case with underfloor heating.

If you want to bolt your safe in a wardrobe you have to be careful when bolting the safe. If your wardrobe has a wooden back, we strongly recommend that there is no excess space between the safe and the back wall. Best way to ensure that the safe has direct contact with the back wall is to cut a hole corresponding to the size of the safe.

Read here how can you choose between the different bolting options.

Safes - Can you help me with the installation of my safe?

Yes! SafeGear is very happy to offer support in your delivery & installation process of one of our certified safes. Safety and security during the implementation plays a vital role for us. Therefore, we decided to cooperate with professional safe engineers who are able to secure and guarantee this.

 

The costs regarding this depend on numerous factors:

  • the exact weight of the safe
  • the bolting process (if you wish it to be bolted on the wall, floor or somewhere else) 
  • the floor you live on
  • general accessibility of your apartment/house
  • existing elevators or stairs 

 

Planning your delivery and installation process with our support saves you a lot of time, avoids wrong installation and prevents any damage.

A frequent error when installing a safe without professional help is that many people leave a space between the safe and for example the wall, without bolting it appropriately. Moreover, if stored in a wardrobe, it should not be solely put inside, one should create a possibility to bolt the safe to a solid ground. Not following those procedures decreases security and simplifies theft. Our engineer specialists with experience in the vault industry can perfectly install your safe in the wished location and therefore facilitate your life and secure your valuables.

If you consider delivery & installation with our help, please inform us beforehand so we can prepare and arrange the best fit for you.

 

Safes - Do the external dimensions include the lock?

No, the lock is not included in the external dimensions of the safe. Measures of the safe are without the lock handle and fitting. You can find the lock dimension on the product description under the attribute "Lock depth".

Safes - What does Safe Burglary Grade or Rating mean?

Finding the right safe sometimes is a difficult task. Good understanding of Burglary Protection Levels is the first step to make the right decision.

Safes in Europe have to be certified according to Eurograde systems EN-1143-1 or EN 14450 regulations. These well-defined standards are tested at a handful of test facilities throughout Europe.

EN-1143-1 certification

Based on the tested resistance values to complete access and partial access, the safes are classified into security Grades as follows.

The difference between full access and partial access of the valuables in safe is time what it takes to break in. Partial access is considered when the valuables can be reached with a hand through the walls.

EN 14450 certification

The requirements for EN 14450 are lower than for resistance Grade 0 to EN-1143-1. Freestanding secure safe cabinets must pass an anchoring test.

Tests on safes comprise:

  • attacks for partial and complete access;
  • anchoring tests;
  • additional tests with core drills, explosives, and gas.

According to European Security Systems Association (ESSA) the amounts that can be insured variate across European countries. When the insured amount increases it means that also the number and strength of the bolts increases.

Insurance Amounts in 1,000 € (mean values) in selected European countries for each burglary grade


 

Denmark

0,5

1,5

2

5

8

27

67

121

Sweden

n.a.

n.a.

5,6

8,9

15,6

23,6

39

61

Spain

1,5

3

7,6

25

35

56

107

229

Italy

10

25

52

103

258

413

568

723

Belgium

2,5

5

7

10

25

45

75

125

Netherlands

2,5

5

7

10

25

45

75

125

Switzerland

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

30

60

120

300

450

Czechia

4

6

12

20

48

160

240

600

 
 

*Amounts in the table are based on ESSA information (2018) and can be different in the countries mentioned above. Please contact your local insurance companies before you make a decision.

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 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.

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