In the United States (other countries have their versions of same - but they are incompatible and completely different) a product that emits any frequency above 500KHz must be inspected and approved by the FCC (Federal Communication Comission). Once approved, it is issued an ID number that begins with a 3 letter code for the company that makes it, followed by another number that actually identifies the inspection. Example: DZLSCB4-PC-MCR (my Logitech Scanman 256. :-) The most CRITICAL are the first 3 characters (DZL), as far as we're concerned, anyways. That's because we are most interested in who made some device, not what the FCC thinks of it. :-)
The FCC ID SEARCH FORM provides quick access to manufacturer info, operating frequency range, the application and grant, and any exhibits that may have been provided.
FCC ID Numbers Cross Reference
Author: Andy Laberge
Date: 22 Apr 1995
Below is a list of FCC ID numbers for monitors.
I have just started to list the monitors as they come into my shop for repair. What I want to do is create a cross reference for monitors so that technicians and consumers can tell what monitors are similar to others. An example is:
FCC ID Make Model ----------------------------------------------------------- CSYSC-431VA BSR 3100V CSYSC-431VS SAMTRON SC-428VS
These two monitors are basically identical. I've worked on both types. The point is that if someone has a problem with a BSR and another person has a cure for the same type problem on a Samtron then the BSR can be fixed.
If people would like to e-mail me info off the back of their monitors I will add it to the list and then make that list available.
e-mail me at email@example.com
I will need Make, Model and the FCC ID number. This system works in the US but if they use another system to ID monitors in other countries we will incorporate that into the system somehow. Hopefully this will help the people with the problem and the people with the solutions get together.
Sorted by ID number
RADIUS TPD WYSE WY-50 5F7NF13CM20 HEWITT-RAND HR-SV-14 A3L9QN5154 IBM 5154 A3L9QNC1452M IMTEC 1453MI A3L9QNTWB PACKARD/BELL PB1431 A7RM260A SCOTT SM2350A ACJ928KMX-F408 PANASONIC C1395 AMPJK1461 WEN JK1461 ARSCM3350 POWERII HIGHRES3E ATO90CZCM1492 ZENITH ZCM-1492 ATO9M7DC13492R ZENITH ZVM-1330 BEJCA453 APPLE M1787 BGB9JBAUM-1381A MITSUBISHI AUM-1381A BJM9UBCM12A01 IBM 8513 BJM9UBMM1232 IBM 8503 BRFCAC14NF TOUCH CAD14NF C4ZYG0010 SEIKO CM-1440C C5F7NF13CM14 IBM 8512-001 CKL8J7HMM-1401 HYUNDAI HMM-401 CKLHCM-421 HYUNDAI HCM-421E CSYSC-431VA BSR 3100V CSYSC-431VS SAMTRON SC-428VS DBLCMS-1461A CTX CMS-1461 DBLCVP-5468NI CTX CVP-5468NI E808ZATE9513 RELYSIS RE9513 FEK8J7TM-5156H CASPER TM-5156 FVI7034T VIEWSONIC 7034T FVI7035B ADDONICS 7035B G2DVGM-1414 ALR VGM-1414 GBVCK1405 KFC CK-1405 GQBXXX4290 COMPAQ 420T IAWLX1564 GATEWAY CS-1572FS IEHVM1491H VIT VM1491H IQXSRC1451 SHAMROCK SRC1451
(From the FCC)
Information on pending and recently granted equipment authorization applications is only available through OET's Public Access Link (PAL). PAL is a computer bulletin board system (BBS) that can be reached via the public switched network at +1 (301) 725-1072. The modem setting are: 8-n-1. The PAL system provides access to both pending and granted equipment authorization records; however, it is by FCCID only.
There also exists a list of UL numbers at URL: