Sentry DH134E Deposit Safe

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This is the largest model in the DH deposit drop safe range from Sentry Safe and is the DH134E. It features a high security electronic lock with many features which include dual user and a time delay. Up to 7 codes can be programmed using 1-10 digits and the lock is powered by AAA batteries. This model is ideal where cash or small items need to deposited securely for collection later and is most used in shops or restaurants. The recommended cash rating for this safe is £2,000 or £20,000 for valuables.

Please note the cash ratings are recommended and are approximate, these vary due to conditions and location. Check with your underwriter before purchasing.

  • External Dimensions W x H x D: 355mm x 686mm x 396mm
  • Internal Dimensions W x H x D: 348mm x 445mm x 287mm

  • High security electronic digital lock powered by batteries - 4 x AAA batteries (not supplied)
  • Rating of £2,000 for cash & £20,000 for valuables
  • 7 User codes with a code being able to be set from 1-10 digits
  • Time delay feature of 1 to 99 minutes for added security
  • Dual user mode - requires two users to open the safe when set in this mode
  • Hopper deposit drops down to allow cash or items to be deposited and is fitted with an anti-fish device
  • Door is fitted with an anti-drill plate for added security
  • Door is secured by five 24mm diameter locking bolts
  • Safe is constructed from 3mm thick steel and the door 12mm
  • Safe is fitted with a re-locking device which locks the safe automatically when the door is closed
  • Durable black powder coated finish
  • Floor fixing only - bolts provided for concrete
  • Weight: 54.9kg
  • Capacity: 44 Litres

  • Available in 3 Sizes/Models


    Can I set the time delay to 20 minutes on this safe?

     Brenda Lewis  —  11/05/2015

    Thank you for contacting us, the time delay can be set anywhere between 1 and 99 minutes. This can be set to 20 minutes, the instruction manual will detail how to do this.James Blackburn
    How do I install a safe to the floor?

     Anon  —  01/07/2015

    We always recommend you bolt down your safe, even if it is an entry level model as you are just making it easy for any burglars if you do not. The best surface to fix a safe into is concrete as this provides the most solid fixing. If you have a wooden floor please check with your insurance company they are happy with this. On a wooden floor the joist is the best point to fix to as this is a fixed point below the floor and generally more solid. To install the safe to a floor you will need to choose an ideal location, put the safe into position and then mark the hole. Then remove the safe and drill where you have marked, check the instructions or bolt size for the size of hole that you will need to drill. Once your fixing hole or holes are drilled put the safe back into position and then using the bolts provided tighten them up. You will need various tools to complete this task such as a drill or socket set, if you do not feel 100% confident then we can also arrange installation for you. Please contact us for more details.James Blackburn
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