This safe uses a curious choice of font for the keypad. I’d guess they wanted to go with something more interesting than boring Helvetica? But they didn’t go all in with maintaining the allusion, breaking it for the B, which would normally be shown in lower-case on a real seven segment display.

A numerical keypad on a safe with digits 0-9 and the letters A and B on either side of the zero in a seven segment display font. The left side of the B is a solid line, used to distinguish it from the loops of the B which are represented as they would appear on a seven segmented display. To the left is the safe's breading, which is a T in a circle.