The Liberty multi-functional outlet kit lets you plug electrical devices into your home or gun safe such as dehumidifiers, hard drives, laptops, watch winders, lights, and more. The gun safe electrical outlet kit is easy to install and can be adjusted to the various thicknesses in a Liberty safe. It includes a 6-foot power cord with convenient 90-degree angles for easier wall plug-in and tight spaces.
The home and gun safe, safe outlet kit features:
- Three (3) 11OV Outlets
- Wire-Duct Hole: Maintain data speeds by placing wires through the outlet and connecting directly to devices.
- Includes removable six ft. exterior power cord with a 90-degree connector (adds 1.25 inches to the safe depth).
- This device is surge protected.
The safe must be moved away from the wall to be installed. If an outlet kit is not installed, it will add 1.25 inches to the depth of your safe. If your safe is bolted to the floor, you may need to re-drill new holes to bolt to the floor because of the 1.25 inches added to the back of the safe. You may also contact your local Liberty dealer, who can install the electrical outlet kit for an additional fee.
Outlet Kit Installation Instructions
Installed in Liberty Cabelas Classic 46. 2 layers of board. The inside layer was already scored so I did not need to use the drill. Helps to have another person push on the inside when attaching the back.
Couldn’t find the answer to this in your FAQ’s. Since installation requires drilling out some of the firewall, does this in anyway affect the warranty?
No it does not.
I purchased this product with my safe along with liberty dehumidifier. Lucky for me the sales man took all the added liberty plugs and dehumidifier and installed them for me for free prior to delivery of my safe. Every plug/usb works as it should. I even plugged in my led light kit and I am happy with these additional items that IMO is must for any gun safe owner. A++
will this kit work for Lincoln safes that are older than 2007? my safe doesn't have an electrical outlet installed. this would be a great feature for my safe
Just bought the kit through Amazon. Only $43 and about 20 minutes to install. That includes un and re-bolting the safe to the floor. Now i have lights and a golden-rod inside as well. Makes a great safe even better!
Installation of the outlet was easy. Cutting the hole for the outlet was no big deal. I used a MK Morse TAC44 2 3/4" hole saw to do the job. The MK Morse hole saw has a built-in arbor that will hold the guide rod that is in the kit. I only had one problem. The exterior cover plate for the outlet was not included. I called Liberty and talked to Marty. Marty said he would take care of it, and I had a cover plate in my mailbox a few days later. Thanks Marty! So, check your kit to make sure you have all your parts before you begin. Also, don't get too carried away tightening the screws on the outlet. The outlet is mostly plastic, so threads could be stripped if the screws are tightened too much. Definitely don't use power tools to tighten the screws. Liberty also has installation videos on Youtube, which address every type of installation. I suggest watching before installing. I found the video pertaining to my type of installation very helpful. I have no regrets purchasing this kit.
Just purchased this unit a few weeks ago. Easy to install. My dad had just purchased the old model of outlet. Now he wishes he would have seen this new one instead. One thing was that the unit i purchased was missing the exterior cover plate. Talked to the store and they told me to bring the unit back and they would give me a new one. But im not going to uninstall it just to reinstall it again. I just screwed the unit onto the back of the safe and it works fine.
I would have loved to have had this option when I purchased and installed my new Liberty Safe. I use my safe for a small amount of data storage like backed up pictures and documents as well as my other valuables. Glad you made it. I had to make my own. When I registered my safe I told you this should be an option for people who need an Ethernet port in there safe, but you took it one step further with the USB and extra power ports. Nice job! By the way, you're welcome for the idea.