Note*Security devices offer varying levels of deterrent, prevention and protection.
No device or practice can guarantee 100% protection. Neither seller or manufacturer
shall be liable for any loss or damage, direct, incidental or consequential arising
from the use or the inability to use this product.
1 x specially designed steel CaseLock. 1 x steel anchor plate. 1 x 2 metre vinyl
coated steel cable, 1 x 30mm case hardened padlock, cleaning swabs and detailed “do
it yourself” instructions. Additional mounting hardware. Lifetime warranty.
Personal Computers (typical installation)
Attach the security cable to fixed location as shown below, or mount the adhesive
anchor plate to underside of desk. (One way security screws are provided for extra
strength or surface is inappropriate for the adhesive.)
Remove an existing case locking screw from the computer. This is usually on the back
and normally enables the cover or side panel removal.
Replace with CaseLock housing and screw kit (see example). Select a suitable replacement
screw from screws provided in kit.
The CaseLock consists of a washer (A), the CaseLock bezel (B), a spacer (C), a cover
(D), and a selection of typical replacement screws.
Choose an appropriate screw and pass it through the spacer (C) while inserting into
the bezel (B). Screw firmly into the computer case through washer (A). Place cover
(D) over bezel (B) and align the openings.
Feed the security cable through openings and place padlock through the rod on the
end of the cable. This will stop the computer from being removed as well as stopping
access to its internals.
The system can be easily extended to include all extra items such as printers, zip
drives, scanners and the like.
Additional plates available separately, part no: AM0013
IMPORTANT: Be careful to select a flat clean surface. Use the adhesive baking to
hold the plate in position then use the two one-way security screws provided to screw
into wooden surface to provide the strength required for a secure anchor point.
Suggested Cable Securing Methods:
Anchor plate fixed to desk leg. One way security screws need to be used for required
strength and deterrent.
Cable can be looped around table leg or a crossbar ensuring it can’t be un-looped.
Anchor plate can also be fixed to underside of desk and out of sight.