How to open the Amsec ESL-5 & ESL-10 Electronic Locks
Hi my name's John Dean with Dean Safe Company and I want to introduce you to this electronic lock. It's called the ESL10, and it's a very good lock, it's a high-security lock. I want to show you how easy it is to open it. I want to show you how easy it is to change the combination, and how easy it is to change the batteries. We get a lot of calls on this, it's really easy. Let me show you to open the safe, you hit clear (C) and I have the existing combination as one, two, three, four, five, six, hit the pound/hash (#) and you're in the safe. Let me show you how easy it is to change the Combination. The first thing you've got to do with all electronic locks is open up the door and throw the bolts out. That way even if you screw it up, you don't really screw it up. The first thing we do with the keypad is we hit the "C" (clear) and then the "#" (pound/hash), we put in our existing combination which I have preset to one, two, three, four, five, six, and we hit the "#" (pound/hash) again. We're going to put in our new combination two times, I'm going to go six, five, four, three, two, one, "#" (pound/hash) six, five, four, three, two, one, "#" and we get a long warble. What's that telling us? That tells us it works great. Okay. Now let's check it. We are locked, we'll try the old combination. "C", one, two, three, four, five, six, "#". Okay I got four beeps, that means that is the incorrect combination, it washed that out of its memory. Now we hit "C", six, five, four, three, two, one, "#". We're ready to go, we're unlocked. Now let me show you how to change the batteries. This particular lock, you turn it to the left about twenty degrees and it comes right off, and you have two nine volt batteries. It only likes alkaline batteries, you just unsnap the batteries, put them in, and just put the unit right back on where it was. It's just that easy. Now, Even when the batteries are dead the existing combination is frozen in there and will last for years and years and years so don't worry about that if you go away for a year and then come back and your batteries are dead. Get two brand-new alkaline batteries and slam them in here and you're going to be just fine. So you've got a high-security lock you're the only person in the whole world that knows how to do it. By the way when I put the wrong code in, one of the reasons these locks are so good - if you put the wrong code in four times in a row, you get a lock out penalty. So it just takes forever to try and manipulate these electronic locks. Dial lock not much of a problem, these electronic locks are way ahead of them, that's why these are considered a high-security lock. Anyway, the ESL10 by American Security Products. Watch the video again if you didn't pick up the first time.