Introduction

Just a good view of the internals, for those that love MSP430 chips

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your MasterLock 1500EDBX, use our service manual.

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  • A new lock, now with more buttons and less spinning!

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Image 1/3: Insert spudger and tap with hammer Image 2/3: Gently pry until the lock opens Image 3/3: Gently pry until the lock opens
  • Prepare lock for spuding

  • Insert spudger and tap with hammer

  • Gently pry until the lock opens

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Image 1/2: Vibrator Image 2/2: Locking mechanisms
  • Open lock with mechanisms exposed

    • Vibrator

    • Locking mechanisms

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Image 1/3: Main processing board Image 2/3: MSP430 based! Image 3/3: Servo that interacts with locking components
  • Complete internals of the lock

  • Main processing board

    • MSP430 based!

    • Servo that interacts with locking components

  • Reactive buttons and LEDs

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Image 1/1: As a note, this device does not function as a lock once torn down. Repairability = 0.
  • The real lock PCB

  • As a note, this device does not function as a lock once torn down. Repairability = 0.

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