Sargent and Greenleaf Spartan Keypad 1006

The Sargeant and Greenleaf PivotBolt 1006 is a high security electronic lock certified in Class 2 by VdS and in class B by DNV.

As an additional security measure, it has been tested EMP resistant, meaning that are proven to withstand military level electromagnetic fields.

Every lock is tested up to 10,000 openings on two 9V alkaline batteries.

€2,000.00
In stock
SKU
SA-6130-401
S&G Spartan 1006 User Manual
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More Information
Product NameSargent and Greenleaf Spartan Keypad 1006
ModelSG 1006 PivotBolt
ColorAs picture
DisplayNo, only LED light
Lock Bolt TypeMotorized
Number of users1 Master Code, 1 User Code, Management Reset code
Penalty TimeYes

Sargeant & Greenleaf Spartan PivotBolt 1006 Electronic Lock

The Sargeant and Greenleaf PivotBolt 1006 is a high security electronic lock certified in Class 2 by VdS and in class B by DNV.

As an additional security measure, it has been tested EMP resistant, meaning that are proven to withstand military level electromagnetic fields.

Key Facts

Initially developed for gun safes, its tough design ensure durability over the lifetime of the entire safe.

This code lock can operate with one Master code and one User code. The Master code can add, delete or enable/disable the second user of the lock.

Thanks to the Standard S&G Magic Module footprint, this lock can be easily retrofitted to your safe without the need for boltwork or mounting screw location changes.

Customer Questions
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.

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: 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

Install a safe: How can I bolt the safe myself?

Be aware that there are no wiring or piping in the location you want to install the safe.  

Follow these steps to bolt your safe:

You can easily bolt your safe following 8 simple steps.

1. Place the safe onto its final position.
   2. Mark the spot on the floor or the wall where the bolting holes are located.
   3. Move the safe aside.
   4. Make sure you use the right drill for the material and an appropriately sized drill bit.
   5. Drill holes into the designated marks.
   6. Reposition the safe over the mounting hole.
   7. Insert the bolt through the inside of the safe into the hole.
   8. Tighten up the nut of the bolt.

 

 

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