relocking device

  n.
   any device intended to prevent normal opening of a safe as a result of an attack, two types are typically used, internal and external

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  • Relocking device — A relocking device (RLD) (a.k.a. external relocker ) is an auxiliary locking device intended to be activated during an attempted burglary of a safe or vault. Such a device will keep a safe or vault locked even if the primary lock is defeated.… …   Wikipedia

  • active relocking device —   n.    a device that places its bolts every time a safe door is closed and activation via attack prevents it from retracting its bolts …   Locksmith dictionary

  • external relocking device —   n.    a device outside the lock case that prevents the safe door from being opened after attack, two types are typically used, active and passive …   Locksmith dictionary

  • internal relocking device —   n.    a device inside a safe lock case that prevents the lock bolt from being retracted after attack …   Locksmith dictionary

  • passive relocking device —   n.    a device that places its bolts only upon attack to the safe or lock …   Locksmith dictionary

  • Relocker — A relocker is one of various mechanisms intended to keep a safe or vault locked in a burglary attempt. It is activated by common burglary methods.There are two basic classes of relockers: * Relock trigger (RLT) (a.k.a. internal relocker ), which… …   Wikipedia

  • ERD —   abb.    external relocking device …   Locksmith dictionary

  • IRD —   abb.    internal relocking device …   Locksmith dictionary

  • relock trigger —   n.    the part of a safe relocking device which causes the mechanism to activate …   Locksmith dictionary

  • RLD —   abb.    relocking device …   Locksmith dictionary

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