He serial number of the part, it is, in effect, the DNI of that part. This number is different from the part in question. And the manufacturer uses it, not only to account for all the products it produces. And to carry registration of problems that can arise in batch production.
For example, if defective elements start to come out of a certain range of numbers, the manufacturer may a to withdraw of elements produced between two numerical ranges. This way, you make sure your customers have a fully functional product. However, up to that moment they never had a problem with the first compilation.
The most common areas of consecutive numbers
It is not that the serial numbers of our elements are very secretive. On the contrary, the manufacturer will always do everything possible to leaving them in good shape. In fact, the first place where you can find the number of any item, specifically, is box then it will reach you. Usually this placement is attached to, that is, the side of the box (never front or back of it).
This is done so that store that will sell that part, you can use that number for your composition. Because of this, the store should not open the component box in order to register this exact number for its storage.
Now, if you lost the toolbox, everything is lost. Because the number is also included in it's more
- Processor: on the sticker in the box where it is sold. It is the only gene that does not carry the number that is inserted into your body. Therefore, it is important that you never lose the box where it comes from. Or, at least, keep the sticker where the serial number comes.
- MotherboardsPaper sticker on the front or back of the PCB sticker.
- Picture cardsPaper sticker behind PCB sticker
- SSD: sticker for paper after half.
- NVMe: sticking to the front of the wing, where most of the NAND Flash memory chips go.
- HDD: sticking to the back of the wing, to the metal body.
- Power supply: sticking to one or more of the sides of the well.
- Driving options: sticky over half.
Some component builders may not choose to put a sticker on the part. Instead, they tend to add it, often, to textbook about it.
Some of you may be surprised that the serial number is printed on the sticker page After all, paper is something that easily degrades over time. The fact is that the manufacturer knows exactly the health of the part of the product that it sells. Also, putting a number on paper attachments is done because you know that compound It will last longer than it will take to stain the sticker with the numbers and letters written on it.