What do the different numbers on the ADIS16448 label mean? I assume some of them are the lot/date code, and others are the serial number... maybe? Thank you.
I understand. This helps.
Line 3: "1309" "AD130801" "006"
1309 = Date code YYWW, YY = year, WW = week in the calendar year
AD130801 = Assembly lot number
0006 = Serial number within the lot and date code (did it really only have 3 digits? It normally has four)
I hope that helps!
Since the label design can change over time, we don't typically publish this information but I will be glad to point out each feature if you want to post a picture of the label that you ADIS16448 has.
I am unable to take a picture, but I can discribe the lable:
Line 1: "ADI logo" "USA"
Line 2: "ADIS16448AMLZ"
opps, it should have said "0066" for the serial number.
Thanks for the help.
How does the assembly lot code differ from the date code in meaning? Do the assembly lots span more than one week, or less than 1 week? Is the serial number unique to an assembly lot or date code?
They are all related but have different purposes. The serial number is tied to the assembly lot code, while the date code establishes the time reference to a specific part of the manufacturing process. Sometimes we will use the date code to establish a boundary for anomalies and workarounds as well. I hope that helps.
Thanks, this does help. So to maintain configuration information in a production setting, I would need to record both the date and lot codes.
Both of those codes do have value for traceability, for sure. If you could mark the Correct Answer, if we have earned it, our system admins would appreciate it. Thanks again for supporting this discussion in the Engineer Zone.
One more thing. I just received my flex cable so I can start communicating with the device, and I have noticed something; the LOT_ID1/2 registers dont seem to match the Lot or Date code printed on the device. Is this normal?
Printed on the device:
Date Code: 1309
Lot Code: AD130801
Read from device:
Retrieving data ...