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What is this product SN: 95480036

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  • SFA
    Sn sounds like a serial number. Is it?

    If so what does it related to? Hardware? Software?

    By what approach have you tried to contact Phase One?


    Grant
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  • OddS.
    NNN637048475403050661 wrote:
    ...I inherited a hard drive similar thing from my uncle with a VGA connector on the back.


    That can not be all? If it is a VGA connector, there is likely some way to connect electrical power. Provided there is some power connector with printed/engraved power info on the unit, I would connect a VGA monitor, power up the device an see if it prints anything (like an identification of some sort) on the monitor.

    NNN637048475403050661 wrote:
    Haven't been able to find anything on the serial number. And there is not much help in calling Phase One


    Did you upload pictures showing the units and ask Support for help?
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  • Ulf Liljegren
    Hi
    Phase One serial numbers are typically built up with two letters followed by six digits.
    The first two letters can be used to identify the products,

    Here is a listing of the prefixes in serial numbers
    https://www.phaseone.com/en/Search/Arti ... nguageid=1
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  • NNN637098320919517048
    Ulf wrote:
    Hi
    Phase One serial numbers are typically built up with two letters followed by six digits.
    The first two letters can be used to identify the products,

    Here is a listing of the prefixes in serial numbers
    https://www.phaseone.com/en/Search/Article?articleid=1432&languageid=1


    Provided there is some power connector with printed/engraved power info on the unit, I would connect a VGA monitor, power up the device an see if it prints anything (like an identification of some sort) on the monitor.
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  • Ulf Liljegren

    There is no Phase One product that has a VGA connector on it.

    But most have HDMI (IQ and iX Series)

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