X-10 Combination Locks

Secure Tradition

The Kaba Mas X-0 Series is the trusted choice for securing the U.S. Government’s most sensitive material. The X-0 Series was first introduced in 1992 and was the only lock to meet the strict requirements of Federal Specification FF-L-2740. This specification is the U.S. Government’s highest security standard for electromechanical locks. The X-10 represents the latest edition to this secure tradition.

Why the X-10?

The X-10 was designed and developed as a direct result of the latest revision to federal specification FF-L-2740, now Revision B. This revision calls for two distinctly different lock styles – Style 1 and Style 2. The X-10 is the only self-contained lock that clearly represents the best overall value. The X-10 is the only lock awarded the distinction of being approved for Style 1 Applications.

User Friendly Features

The X-10 is designed with similar features and functions of its predecessor, the X-09. This minimizes the need for user training. The X-10 maintains the already familiar product operating features. The X-10 uses the same “Green” self-powered technology – simply rotate the dial to power-up the lock. The X-10 retains the same three security modes, along with a full complement of audit features.

X-10 Specifications

Hardware

Power:  Internal, Self-Powered PowerStar™

Combinations – 3 Modes

Single: 1 million combinations
Dual: 500 billion combinations
Supervisor/Subordinate: 2 million combinations
Direct Dial: No need to clear before entering combination. Power will shut down 40 secondes after the dial has stopped turning.
Memory: Non-volatile
LCD: Limited View Liquid Crystal Display
Combination Changes: (LCD indicator in change key mode) Combination changed \with correct combination or serial number.
Random Number View: True Scramble
Daylocking: No
Back Dialing: No
Lock Reset: Automatic when bolt is thrown or 40 seconds after turning has stopped.

Manipulation Fail secure against high-voltage attack, robot attack, X-ray methods, magnetic, vibration and R/F.

Audit: The X-10 records all openings, and the record is non-
resettable. The X-10 records unsuccessful attempts after 3 incorrect combination attempts and resets after a correct opening.
Wrong Penalty: 10-14 errors result in a 3 minute time out. 15 errors or more results in a 4 minute time out. Both error count and penalty time resets with valid combination.

Environmental Performance (Per FF-L-2740B)

Temperature: Tested -100F to 1550 F Operational Range
Salt Spray: Operational after 72 hours of continuous exposure (Per UL 768 Salt Spray Conversion Test)
Cycle Test: Meets or exceeds FF-L-2740B specifications
Humidity: Operational after 10 days of 1400F at 98% humidity (Operational after 10 days testing per MIL-STD-810E, Method 507.3,Procedure III, Temperature Cycling 860F to 1400F at 98%RH)
Stress: Operational after 7 days in a stress chamber at 1940F (Per UL 768 Aging Stress Distortion Test)
Vibration: MIL-STD-810
Shock: MIL-STD-901
Electrical Discharge: 250KV on Dial
Electromagnetic Pulse: Meets FF-L-2740B Specification for simulation of high altitude nuclear blast
Case & Bolt Strength: 600 in two directions