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This page details miscellaneous Switch product information (serial numbers, product models, etc...).

Product List

Product Code Description
HAC-001 Retail Nintendo Switch console
HAC-002 AC adapter
HAC-003 Nintendo Switch Battery
HAC-006 Joy-Con battery
HAC-007 Dock
HAC-008 Gamecard
HAC-009 Gamecard case
HAC-010 USB charging cable also included in ("Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit")
HAC-011 Joy-Con grip
HAC-012 Joy-Con charge grip
HAC-013 Pro Controller
HAC-014 Joy-Con strap
HAC-015 Left Joy-Con
HAC-016 Right Joy-Con
HAC-017 Joy-Con handle
HAC-018 Screen protector
HAC-019 Left Joy-Con extended battery
HAC-020 Right Joy-Con extended battery
HAC-021 Carrying case
HAC-022 Ring-Con
HAC-023 Leg Strap
HAC-024 Poké Ball Plus controller
HAC-029 Steelbook Gamecard case
HAC-030 Poké Ball Plus battery
HAC-031 Charging stand
HAC-033 Left NES controller
HAC-034 Right NES controller
HAC-035 Left Famicom controller
HAC-036 Right Famicom controller
HAC-037 Kart ("Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit")
HAC-038 Battery for kart ("Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit")
HAC-039 Gates ("Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit")
HAC-040 Touch Pen ("Super Mario Maker 2")
HAC-041 Touch Pen ("Brain Training for Switch")
HAC-042 SNES controller
HAC-043 N64 controller
HAC-044 Arrow Markers ("Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit")
HAC-045 Sega Genesis 3 Button controller
HAC-046 Sega Genesis 6 Button controller
HAC-047 USB charging cable ("Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit") known as HAC-010 instead
HAC-051 Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 1: Variety Kit
HAC-052 Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 2: Robot Kit
HAC-053 Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 3: Vehicle Kit
HAC-054 Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 4: VR Kit
HAC-055 Nintendo Labo Storage Box
Product Code Description
HAC-001(-01) Retail Nintendo Switch Mariko console (also known as HAD[...])
Product Code Description
HAT-001 SDEV Nintendo Switch console
HAT-001(-01) SDEV-D Nintendo Switch Mariko console
HAT-002 EDEV Nintendo Switch console
HAT-002(-01) EDEV-D Nintendo Switch Mariko console
HAT-003 SDEV cradle
HAT-004 RelayBox/RelayBox-D
Product Code Description
HDH-001 Retail Nintendo Switch Lite console
HDH-002 HDEV Nintendo Switch console
HDH-003 Battery
HDH-004 Carrying case
HDH-005 Screen protector
HDH-006 Flip cover
Product Code Description
HEG-001 Retail Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) console
HEG-002 ADEV Nintendo Switch console
HEG-004 RelayBox-A
HEG-005 Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) HDMI cable
HEG-007 Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) dock
HEG-021 Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) carrying case

Product Serial Numbers

Serial numbers are composed of at least three letters followed by eleven decimal digits. The eleventh digit is a check digit, meaning that it is derived from the other digits.


Observed prefixes are normally as follows:

  • First letter represents the product line:
    • "X" (NX)
  • Second letter represents the product model:
    • "A" (HAC-001; Nintendo Switch console)
    • "B" (HAC-015; Left Joy-Con)
    • "C" (HAC-016; Right Joy-Con)
    • "D" (HAC-012; Joy-Con charge grip)
    • "E" (HAC-013; Pro Controller)
    • "F" (HAC-007; Dock)
    • "H" (HAC-024; Poké Ball Plus controller)
    • "J" (HDH-001; Nintendo Switch Lite console)
    • "K" (HAC-001-01; Nintendo Switch Mariko console)
    • "L" (HAC-033; Left NES controller)
    • "M" (HAC-034; Right NES controller)
    • "N" (HAC-035; Left Famicom controller)
    • "P" (HAC-036; Right Famicom controller)
    • "Q" (HAC-037; Kart for "Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit")
    • "R" (HAC-042; SNES controller)
    • "S" (HAC-043; N64 controller)
    • "T" (HEG-001; Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) console)
    • "V" (HEG-007; Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) dock)
    • "X" (HAC-045; Sega Genesis controller)
    • "Y" (HAT-004/HEG-004; RelayBox/RelayBox-D/RelayBox-A)
    • "Z" (HAT-003; SDEV cradle)
  • Third letter represents the product region:
    • "C" (China)
    • "E" (Europe)
    • "J" (Japan; and Europe on old models)
    • "K" (Korea)
    • "L" (All; for development only)
    • "M" (Malaysia)
    • "W" (Americas)
  • Fourth letter is optional:
    • "F" (Factory)

Assembly Line

The first two digits immediately after the prefix represent the assembly line as follows:

Value Description
00 Unspecified
01 Prototype
10 Retail
40 Retail
50 Retail
70 Retail
80 Retail Pro Controller
90 Refurbished
14 Retail Joy-Con
17 Retail Joy-Con

Check Digit

The check digit is an industry-standard algorithm and is calculated just like it was on the 3DS.

To calculate the check digit of a Switch console, separate the non-check digits into "odd" and "even" groups, where the "odd" group is digits in odd-numbered positions, and the "even" group is digits in even-numbered positions. (The first digit is "odd", with "first" representing "1".)

After separating the digits, add the digits in each group together. Multiply the sum of the even digits by 3, then add the sum of the odd digits. To calculate the check digit, take this value modulo 10, and if not 0, subtract from 10.

Example: XAW10075273452

The non-check digits are 1007527345. Separating into odd and even groups, we get the following:

Odds: 1 + 0 + 5 + 7 + 4 = 17 Evens: 0 + 7 + 2 + 3 + 5 = 17

Applying the algorithm, we get ((3 * 17) + 17) % 10 = 8, which is not 0, thus 10 - 8 = 2, matching the example's check digit.