Part Numbers Prior To January 7, 2011
Sun part numbers consist of nine numerical digits separated with dashes (-)
into three components; Class Code, Base Number, and Dash Number. A revision
number or letter is used with each part number.
Class Codes identify similar parts.
Base Numbers are assigned sequentially. A higher base number does
not necessarily indicate a new or improved part.
Dash Numbers are used to identify changes made to the part that
affect form, fit, or function.
- Higher/Lower Base Number Examples
|SC2000 Power Supply
SC2000 Power Supply
SS20 CPU 1
|Sun Fire V880 I/O Board
Sun Fire V880 I/O Board 2
|Sun Fire V880 Motherboard 3
Sun Fire V880 Motherboard 4
Sun Fire V880 Motherboard 5
- 501-2961 is a screened and re-labeled 501-2324.
- 501-6524 is a reworked 501-5142-09 through 501-5142-15.
- 501-6323-01 and 501-6323-02 have SCHIZO 2.2.
501-6323-03 has SCHIZO 2.4.
501-6323-04 and 501-6323-04 have SCHIZO 2.5.
- 501-6752, with SCHIZO 2.2, is a 501-6323-02 reworked by Sun Services.
- 501-6753, with SCHIZO 2.4, is a 501-6323-03 reworked by Sun Services.
Revision Numbers are used to identify changes made to the part that
do not affect form, fit, or function. Revisions 00 to 49 indicate that
a part is not engineering released. Revisions 50 to 99 indicate that a
part is engineering released. Revisions A to Z indicate that a part is
Part Numbers after January 7, 2011
Class Codes and Dash Levels are no longer used. Parts numbers are
assigned sequentially and have no relationship to the parts functionality.