Viewing the monitor's model and serial number

Applicable products: Monitor
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Viewing the monitor's model and serial number

Serial number ("SN" for short) refers to a product's ID, and is also known as the machine number, authentication code, and registration code.

If your monitor's packaging is still intact, check the label on the packaging to find the monitor's serial number.

If the packaging is no longer available, you can find the serial number on the monitor's nameplate, or in the menu options. The viewing method will vary depending on the monitor model. (Click on the links below to view the serial number of each product.)

HUAWEI MateView SE/HUAWEI Display B3-241H/HUAWEI Display B3-242H

Method 1 (checking the serial number on the OSD menu): Power on the monitor, face the monitor, and press the five-way joystick upward, to open the monitor's settings menu. Go to Settings > About to view the monitor's serial number.

Method 2 (checking the serial number on the nameplate): Find the nameplate located near the port on the back of the monitor.

HUAWEI MateView

Perform the following steps to check the serial number on the nameplate: Carefully place the monitor with its screen facing upward, and find the nameplate located at the bottom of the monitor.

HUAWEI MateView GT Series

checking the serial number on the nameplate: Open the protective cover above the port on the back of the monitor, and find the nameplate below the port.

HUAWEI Display 23.8"/HUAWEI Display S24

Perform the following steps to check the serial number on the nameplate: Find the button above the port at the back of the monitor, push the button upward, lift the lower end of the base support, pull out the base, and find the nameplate.

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