How to find the serial number on TP-Link devices

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Updated 06-29-2022 01:46:21 AM 209964
Every TP-Link product has a unique serial number (S/N) and it is needed when you want to register on website or to apply for a RMA case number. They can only be 11/12/13 hexadecimal digits.
This article is about how to find the serial number on TP-Link devices.
Look over from label
For most products, please turn over the device, you can see a label at the back of the device. It is usually started with “S/N:” or marked as “Serial Number”.
We take the Deco as an example:
Look over from the box

For some products, smart bulbs like LB xxx, Antennas, some MiNi routers (like TL-WR702N), or some wireless adapters (like Archer T1U, Archer T2U, Archer T2U Plus, Archer T3U, Archer T3U Plus, Archer T4U V1&V2, TL-WN723N, TL-WN725N, TL-WN823N, etc.), there is no label on the product itself. Please look for the serial number on the box.

We take the PCI adapter as an example:

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