Every Dell part has a label with a long serial number in the following format:
CC= 2 letters, country of origen (e,g, TH for Thailand, CN for China).
PPPPPP= 6 alphanumeric, Dell internal part number, most times starts with 0.
MMMMM= 5 numbers, Vendor ID.
DDD= Manufacturing date code
first digit= number, manufacturing year (e.g 8=2008, but on old stuff could be 1998)
second digit= alphanumeric, manufacturing month (1=January, 9=September, A=October, C=December)
Third digit= alphanumeric, manufacturing day of the month (1=1, 9=9, A=10, B=11,....and so on).
SSSS= 4 alphanumeric, serial number.
Not sure what date code you are looking at unless a "Plain Language Request" was made for that series in which case it would have been manufacturered 2020 - February (02) - 19th. Not a lot of these and I have never seen them on Dell but I guess anyting is possible
Aug 26, 2012 |
Dell Inspiron All-In-One Computer