Description: An FCC ID is a unique identifier assigned to a device registered with the United States Federal Communications Commission. For legal sale of wireless deices in the US, manufacturers must: Have the device evaluated by an independent lab to ensure it …
2. FCC ID Search | Federal Communications Commission
Description: FCC ID numbers consists of two elements, a grantee code and an equipment product code. An FCC ID is assigned to all devices subject to certification. The grantee code, the first portion of the FCC ID, is either a three or five character alphanumeric string representing the Grantee/Applicant. Grantee codes that begin with an alphabetic character ...
3. FCC ID Search Tool - FCC OET Authorization Search
Description: FCC.gov FCC ID Registration Search FCC Office of Engineering and Technology FCC ID Search Usage: Grantee Search Examples: Google: gov.fccid.io/A4R; Apple: gov.fccid.io/BCG; FCC ID Search Examples: No need to know the grantee code or product code, the site will split them up for you! Snap Inc Specticals: gov.fccid.io/2AIRN-011
Description: Oct 04, 2017 · FCC ID numbers are useful for finding information about the manufacturer of the hardware device or other useful information if no other numbers can be found. It is important to realize that the FCC ID and FCC REG are two different numbers. First, the FCC databases are only searchable by the FCC ID and not the FCC REG. Second, many products may ...
Description: Equipment Authorization Search. Application Information: Grantee Code: (First three or five characters of FCCID) Product Code: Exact Match (Remaining characters of FCCID) Applicant Name: Final Action Date Range (mm/dd/yyyy): to.
7. FCC ID BKEHAC043 Registration Information From FCC.gov
Description: FCC IDs, however, are unique for all of the same models coming off the manufacturing line. In this way, an FCC ID is much similar to a model number than a serial number. If an FCC ID begins with a 2, the first 5 characters of the code are the "business registration ID / Grantee Code" and the remaining numbers may be the model number.
Description: FCC IDs themselves are not serial numbers, but they can contain serial numbers. The first 3 to 5 characters of an FCC ID are chosen by the Federal Communications Commission. This is the body that approves the FCC ID certification numbers. The remaining characters of the FCC ID may be the same as the serial number or model number of the device.