ABUS 180

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ABUS 180

ABUS 180IB/50 HB 63
Abus 180IB50 HB63 padlock.jpg
Name ABUS 180IB/50 HB 63
Manufacturer ABUS
Lock Type Padlock
Lock Design Combination

The 180 is a combination padlock made by ABUS. It features a resettable 4-digit code, with each wheel controlling a different digit of the combination. In a four digit 180, there are 10,000 (104) theoretical combinations. The ABUS 180 is primarily used in low to medium security applications where convenience is a priority and harsh weather conditions can be expected.

Principles of Operation

The shackle can only be opened when the correct code is dialed and this is required in order to reset the code. With the correct code dialed in the insers a special key in a hole on the edge of the lock and turns it, enters the new combination and returns the key to the original position before extracting it.


The lock housing is made from forged brass with a stainless steel shackle held in place with a double-locking mechanism.

Model listing

  • 180/50 - 50 mm shackle, 4 digit code, ABUS security classification 5
  • 180IB/50 HB 63 - 63 mm shackle (extended length), 4 digit code, ABUS security classification 5


The 180 is vulnerable to the following attacks:

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