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FAQ-Why There Are Two Different Sequence Numbers on the Chassis of the NE40E

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  34 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
 Q:
Why there are two different sequence numbers on the chassis of the NE40E?
For example, the following electronic labels are printed on the rear of an NE40E chassis:
Left: 2102351014P084000096
Right: 2102351320P084000109 

 
Alarm Information
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Handling Process
 A:
Except the number 21 at the beginning, the number before the letter P indicates the BOM number. That is, the BOM numbers of the two labels are 02351014 and 02351320 respectively.
Different products use different nameplates, and domestic and overseas markets also use different nameplates. Thus, a new code is generated as a combination of the BOM number of the chassis and the nameplate.
Note that these two codes refer to the same device, which is similar to the relationship between the code of a finished board 0303 and the code of a manufactured board 0302.
In this case, the BOM number 02351014 indicates:
02351320 chassis
29051113 nameplate 

 
Root Cause
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