[1218] This Should Be A Nuclear Launch Key (Allen-Bradley Interlock Picked)

21. Pro 2020.
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    LockPickingLawyerLockPickingLawyerPrije mjesec
    • Where can I get one of these locks? I can't find it on Amazon.

      Kyle NortonKyle NortonPrije 5 dana
    • Was wondering why o hadn't seen any videos in my feed for a week or 2, turns out i had bern in subscribed..... Of course, HRworld wouldn't do anything like that, honest 😉

      steve dsteve dPrije 24 dana
    • President: Arrest that LockPickingLawyer and put him behind lock & key! Everybody else: ehhh.....

      Bob JacobsBob JacobsPrije 29 dana
    • you can give us the link of this lock

      Ruphus BauRuphus BauPrije mjesec
    • Are door knob or slide bolt locks harder to pick?

      Carl OCarl OPrije mjesec
  • Thank God, was the lock too complicated for Donald Trump even with a key.

    DrSchweitzerDrSchweitzerPrije 11 sati
  • The problem is that it isn't a lock, it not suppose to keep anything lock away, all is does is prevent someone from activating something by accident, it suppose to pop the key back out unless you are putting pressure on it when it has been installed, you hold the key in the on position and press the button, usually for industrial compactors and shredders, the kind where a person could fall inside, I used a similar one for compacting the empty 55 gallon drums of raw materials.

    Eric CastilloEric CastilloPrije 16 sati
  • LOL

    2AverageNoobs2AverageNoobsPrije 17 sati
  • That clickbait title... YOU GOT ME

    Will PetersonWill PetersonPrije 17 sati
  • Of course it's easy to pick, it's made to allow the user as much time as possible to verify that this is the right action to do and that they've checked everything they needed to.

    Samuel SkalaSamuel SkalaPrije 19 sati
  • No one going to talk about the fact that instillation of this lock looks like its 2 screws? Just need a screwdriver.

    AceESPAceESPPrije dan
  • i must send you one of my companies abloy locks

    cordellejcordellejPrije dan
  • I work with Allen Bradley components daily (I'm a programmer and am on an AB platform 5 to 7 days a week). I guarantee that lock is stupid expensive just because its AB

    ChrisChrisPrije dan
  • Is there something like this that has electronic contacts on the back instead of a mechanical lever? Kinda want to install one as my PC's power switch or something.

    ShibathedogShibathedogPrije dan
  • The lock isn’t that good because in a production plant you are just trying to limit access to certain operators, not trying to stop criminals. It’s not really it’s intended use.

    Daniel TracyDaniel TracyPrije 2 dana
  • Meh, unnecessary. For most of the 60s and 70s the nuclear launch codes were set to all zeros. Google it if you don't believe me.

    MentatMentatPrije 2 dana
  • Where can i buy this? Will look awsome on my garage cabinets

    Don VinyloDon VinyloPrije 2 dana
  • These locks are actually more often than not used in a key exchange system, a solenoid operated unit exists as part of a machines electrical safety circuit and the safety architecture determines when the key can be released, that key is then removed and used to either exchange for a guard key (where multiple keys are released by that master key simultaneously) or used to open a single guard.

    pcbeanheadpcbeanheadPrije 3 dana
  • Click on three...... end of the world.

    Aanthanur DCAanthanur DCPrije 3 dana
  • thank goodness both keys have to be turned at the same time

    Steve BroadsmithSteve BroadsmithPrije 3 dana
  • Well, it's not exactly an anti theft device, its just there to prevent accidental or negligent operation of a machine, so difficulty to defeat is not the main goal.

    Eric The ViewerEric The ViewerPrije 3 dana
  • LPL: this should be the lock/key for the nukes!!1 Also LPL: don’t use this because it doesn’t require any skill whatsoever to pick. Infact you don’t even need to pick it, just push these four little blocks out of the way and you’re good to go... LOL

    Mike HuntMike HuntPrije 4 dana
  • It is designed to keep really stupid people in factories from doing the wrong thing and only allowing a person with proper clearance to turn the switch on. I worked in factories for 11 years. They work great in that setting. Good to know how to pick it. Great video.

    onefixitmanonefixitmanPrije 4 dana
  • Welp boys we did it. The world is no more

    Shaun PrestonShaun PrestonPrije 4 dana
  • I'm surprised the outer cylinder has actually no effect on the lock.

    Hapmaplapflap gapHapmaplapflap gapPrije 4 dana
  • when r u gonna start selling lox

    tt qttt qtPrije 5 dana
  • Me : "huh, 1 minute and 40 seconds video? I think this is only an introduction video of the lock or something." LPL : *started to pick it after 46 seconds, and only took about 20 seconds to unlock it* What the ffuuuuu?! And he still has another time to do outro for the video in a calm way too. Literally didn't expect to be picked that quick.

    Kasen IbaracingKasen IbaracingPrije 5 dana
  • I really hope the locks on real nuclear devices are better, but after John Oliver's Last Week Tonight show on nuclear safety I doubt it.

    Vegonomia - nos protegendo do capitalismo.Vegonomia - nos protegendo do capitalismo.Prije 5 dana
  • When are you going to build the unpickable lock?

    Renny D'AmicoRenny D'AmicoPrije 5 dana
  • I'm not sure if what your doing is a good thing or bad thing... I mean surely there will burglars watching these videos aswell. 🤔

    Z RZ RPrije 5 dana
  • Thankyou, now i can launch my uncle kim nuclear.

    Dbjdjxn DjxjkdkdjDbjdjxn DjxjkdkdjPrije 6 dana
  • as a user of this, merely turning it will do nothing. The key HAS to be inside for the contacts to be actuated. Moreover, you can't really pull out the key if it's on. I mean.. you CAN... but you just destroyed the lock... The use of this is NOT for lock-out tag out. It's for local sequence operation. For exemple, if you have an hydraulic pump that needs to be shut down, you have the technician shut down the pump by turning the key OFF, remove the key from the PUMP lock, place it in the Accumulator Discharge Valve Bypass Power ON lock, turn it on to release and discharge pressure. It becomes impossible to do one and the other at the same time. That's the idea behind this product.

    Fred LarocheFred LarochePrije 6 dana
  • This would be a fun lock for access to a man cave lol

    Nando PlaysNando PlaysPrije 6 dana
  • You have to pick two simultaneously 8 ft apart to win..

    Henry GoodbarHenry GoodbarPrije 6 dana
  • Looks like same kind as safety keys from inside Windturbines to access the hub.

    CrabbycrabCrabbycrabPrije 6 dana
  • ive seen these on the gates around robot arms and other automated equipment in its own area. Basically if you have the key they can't shut the interlock and thus can't restart the machinery. the key stays in the lock and is only removed when entering the operational area

    PsychoLucarioPsychoLucarioPrije 6 dana
  • I wonder how many skilled criminals able to pick locks with ease is out there. Not many i think.

    Tomek KrukTomek KrukPrije 6 dana
  • if it is for industrial use, especially with that kind of built, normally (not always) it is merely to prevent accidental or spontaneous abuse. not to guard against trained and intentional picking.

    inchekpemerhatiinchekpemerhatiPrije 6 dana
  • Although this is super easy to pick, I love the looks of it. Maybe I'll get one as a power switch for a non-nuclear project. :)

    Sascha KauppSascha KauppPrije 6 dana
  • To start the launch sequence for a Titan II ICBM launch required two keys, ~ 15 feet apart, to be turned within 2 seconds of each other. Thus it didn't matter what kind of keys they were since they couldn't be turned together by one person. (unless you were a BMAT, then a 6" wire with clips on the ends were attached to a terminal block that bypassed the launch keys...) Also the keys were kept in a red safe, with two pad locks that only the two launch officers had the combo for and both officers were armed. Later in the use of the Titan II, there was a electronic lock on the stage one oxidizer feed that could only be unlocked by a code not kept on site. Once that lock onboard the missile was installed, no one was going to launch the missile without that code. Retired BMAT, 784 alerts under Kansas.

    Paul HerderPaul HerderPrije 7 dana
  • Generally these locks are not actually locks as in protecting valuables. The idea is in order to remove the key you have to turn it off (rotate it) this turns off the equipment it is protecting, isolating it. You then use the same key to open the equipment to work on we're it then locks into place until the equipment is closed again, when the key can be removed. Each key being unique to an item of equipment.

    Digi HorseDigi HorsePrije 7 dana
  • It's not really a security product, it's as you say, a safety unit, to prevent accidental power cycle. Nobody is going to accidentally pick this.

    Christopher PerishoChristopher PerishoPrije 8 dana
  • i watched all of your videos . Now i can easily enter in and out of my crushes home 😌

  • Unless the lock picking lawyer is bullet proof dunno how he is gonna pick this lock while being shot at with automatic fire from the guards ........

    Styxx NStyxx NPrije 9 dana
  • OK, what if we make a lock with an electronic shield blocking the pins and the key has NFC, so you need the nfc tag + physical key to open at the same time.. that would probably be somewhat tricky for LPL.. It couldn't be defeated totally by hacking or by lock picking and the nfc thingy in the chamber would make it hard to pick around even if you somehow got that part down.

    Eileen the CrowEileen the CrowPrije 9 dana
  • in all honesty that looks easier to pick than the average lock because you can actually see all the pins lol.

    Eileen the CrowEileen the CrowPrije 9 dana
  • I wonder how good of a locksmith he would be. Has he made any locks? If he knows the strengths and weaknesses of a ton of locks he would know the strongest ones and get inspiration off of them. I can see it now, “Hello guys, its the Lock Smithing Lawyer here...”

    Drahgunbum -Drahgunbum -Prije 9 dana
  • "This should be a Nuclear Launch Key", also LPL "Takes nothing then a couple of seconds to defeat"

    Doktor ALLESDoktor ALLESPrije 9 dana
  • Wait a couple of weeks before you ask any presidents anything requiring a sensible answer. In just a couple of weeks we'll have a real one again.

    ꧁GRASS꧂꧁GRASS꧂Prije 9 dana
  • I love this dude he's like this could be a nuclear key picks it in like 2 seconds

    Gunner PenningtonGunner PenningtonPrije 10 dana
  • Don't pick on me just because my name is Locke.

    John LockeJohn LockePrije 10 dana
  • So it won't actually be effective in keeping the kids out of the Deep Freeze where iKeep the Ice Cream?

    pjlu2pjlu2Prije 11 dana
  • thats why the need two guys do it the same time

    boom 350boom 350Prije 11 dana
  • This lock has the same name as the guy who made TRON

    Zack LunasZack LunasPrije 11 dana
  • We use keys like this at work to shut off a robot arm if you need to go inside the cage to fix something. The robot is off when the key is out so picking this lock makes it possible to get smacked in the head by a big robot. I'll make sure no one is messing with the locks whenever I am in the cage from now on XD.

    giejongiejonPrije 11 dana
  • aka LPL start WWIII

    SamanthaVimesSamanthaVimesPrije 11 dana
  • Not one of us ever has a question. Just funny jokes. I do like that he keeps insisting us to leave our questions below.

    Anders Estes JacobsenAnders Estes JacobsenPrije 11 dana
  • the highlight of watching his videos is when I saw women sending him gifts because they love his voice.....lol... you do a good job though..... are you a lock smith?

    john doejohn doePrije 11 dana
  • you did this for the comments section to go nuts, right?

    Diego CrusiusDiego CrusiusPrije 12 dana
  • Nooooo, I didn't check how long the video was and really liked this key.

    sonicx059sonicx059Prije 12 dana
  • Could you lock pick a nuclear launch core?

    greenspiraldragongreenspiraldragonPrije 12 dana
  • Now,we are a click away from Nuclear War.

    Gae CyntGae CyntPrije 12 dana
  • The title made me think it was an actual good luck that would be secure enough for nuclear weapons

    Neurofied YamatoNeurofied YamatoPrije 13 dana
  • No need to ask the president, he wouldn't ask you.

    SquantSquantPrije 13 dana
  • Ask the president... the actual president XD

    Interro bangInterro bangPrije 14 dana
  • Lesson learned: No lock is unpickable

    先生CherryPepsi先生CherryPepsiPrije 14 dana
  • Criminals be watching this like “take notes! take notes!”

    Kayleigh DanielleKayleigh DaniellePrije 14 dana
    • No Doubt..... LAWyer (LOL).... murikan statutes are merely silly murikans making up bullshit that doesn't matter outside murika despite the delusions of murikans, and no stupid murikan statutes Apply to MOI, since iAm Above all murikans, and iKnow The REAL LAW! This guy is a Danger to Society, he's even selling the TOOLS of CRIME to 'general public' lawleSS murikans.

      pjlu2pjlu2Prije 11 dana
  • I had high hope but then I saw the video was less than 2 minutes

    OneWireOneOneWireOnePrije 15 dana
  • "This Should NOT Be A Nuclear Launch Key!"

    Kieran MullenKieran MullenPrije 15 dana
  • i am always waiting for the result but then the video is over

    Mi KuMi KuPrije 15 dana
  • This is the lockpickinglawyer today i show you how to destroy the world in under 30 sec...🤷🏻‍♂️

    WilkomakrophageWilkomakrophagePrije 15 dana
  • no way this guy is legit has to be hacking he needs to be banned

    ChickenChickenPrije 16 dana
  • Hey, this is like a nuclear launch lock, hold my lunch while I beat it in 20 sec. Thanks for watching, bye. :)

    FlamermageFlamermagePrije 16 dana
  • you sure you need the president's permission to lockpick a toilet? no srsly it looks like a toilet lmao

    GuzmaGuzmaPrije 16 dana
  • Allen Bradley makes good programmable logic controllers.

    Jack DJack DPrije 16 dana
  • crap, I blinked and missed the video

    The TranspanzerThe TranspanzerPrije 17 dana
  • My method is simplest ..remove 2 screws

    InspironatorInspironatorPrije 17 dana
  • behold the A-zed 5 key

    Dude STOPDude STOPPrije 17 dana
  • This lock got me thinking. Would a lock with a cover that you need to hold open, or some other thing that required multiple fingers to hold make trying to pick the lock significantly harder just because you only have two hands? I feel like this would have been harder to pick if it was installed in a panel.

    Jordan RossJordan RossPrije 18 dana
  • Lock picking skill at. 100

    Leader of BearsLeader of BearsPrije 18 dana
  • The key usually remains in the lock at all times and if it is missing it just means you can't turn the equipment on

    ßrißriPrije 18 dana
  • Castell interlocks are not used for security, they are operation safety locks. Idea is that with a dangerous part of a machine unlocked/open the machine cannot be started (you have two locks and only one key which is held in the unlocked lock). Still interesting to see one picked.

    Penry PoochPenry PoochPrije 18 dana
  • LPL: “There’s nothing about this lock that should take more than a couple of seconds to defeat” Me: *wonders if we should double check the security of all nuclear launch sites*

    droxinadroxinaPrije 18 dana
    • Maybe we need something that's like an electronic shield on it blocking the pins and the key has NFC, so you need the nfc tag + physical key to open at the same time.. that would probably be somewhat tricky for LPL?

      Eileen the CrowEileen the CrowPrije 9 dana
  • i would mount this to my wall just cause i like the way it looks

    FluffFluffPrije 18 dana
  • It's built for interlocking your safeties on gates to enter safe zones not to keep your belongings safe. Robot cells is a common use for these keys.

    KC Crypt KeeperKC Crypt KeeperPrije 19 dana
  • Has he ever failed

    dylan jacksondylan jacksonPrije 19 dana
  • I feel like LPL's name appears quite a few times on CIA's lists...

    PastaAivoPastaAivoPrije 19 dana
  • These things are like 500 - 700 dollars on Amazon =0

    hypersapienhypersapienPrije 19 dana
    • Everything Allen Bradley makes is expensive. Welcome to industrial electricity.

      KC Crypt KeeperKC Crypt KeeperPrije 19 dana
  • There should be a law: You shall not build locks where the key weights twice as much as the lock itself.

    Void ByteVoid BytePrije 20 dana
  • industrial interlocks like this really aren't designed for security. They are just there to make it so someone cant just walk up and start a piece of equipment. Same goes for safety locks. lots of them have a plastic body.

    forrest225forrest225Prije 20 dana
  • You should have shown how you lockpicked your way to the president office to ask for his permission to open the lock

    Igor JarotaIgor JarotaPrije 20 dana

  • You’re right lpl I’ll tackle that lock in under a minute, no problem, it’ll literally take longer for my to put the gauges on my torch tanks then it will to defeat this lock.... I mean it can’t be secure if it’s a liquid 😏

    bosshoss69leebosshoss69leePrije 20 dana
  • Ok at this point he knows what he's doing

    VideogameeVideogameePrije 21 dan
  • Given that the stated intention for the lock is timing-control, rather than security, is it really fair to fault it for "taking a couple of seconds to defeat"?

    OneWingedSharkOneWingedSharkPrije 21 dan
  • And just like that a guy on HRworld destroys the world

    fabian pedrozafabian pedrozaPrije 21 dan
  • Found them here: www.acquirecontrol.co.uk/installation-of-allen-bradley-guardmaster-prosafe-trapped-key-interlocks/ Used as a security switch for industrial areas that have more than one industrial robots to make sure they don't run at the same time and collide. I want one for my laptop :)

    handjobs for the homelesshandjobs for the homelessPrije 21 dan
  • I at least think it's fair that this shouldn't really be called a lock in the traditional sense, especially since you mentioned that it was mainly to prevent machinery from accidentally running.

    DarkDarkPrije 22 dana
  • Dude shouldve named himself "LockPickingWizard" this is magic if ive ever seen it

    ValmorianValmorianPrije 22 dana
  • so, are you really a lawyer at work?

  • I use them all the time on job sites. They are mainly for idiot 1 and idiot 2 not to kill each other on a machine because they don't know how to lock out correctly, we'll and don't care. They are easy to bypass because 75%of the time the wires are jumped on the electronics.

    MarkMarkPrije 22 dana
  • Would this work better if the blocking lugs where spring loaded and required all 4 to be activated simultaneously?

    HumbleAbodeHumbleAbodePrije 22 dana
  • nobody and nothing is safe

    Erdi ÇanErdi ÇanPrije 22 dana
  • best i could do is 20 bucks. wait wrong channel.

    Jono KerenJono KerenPrije 22 dana