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Part numbers

From Sega Retro

For decades Sega has maintained a list of part numbers for physical products it has created, ranging from game disc and box labels, to screw sizes and electronic components. Everything that makes up a Sega product usually has an internal part number, designed exclusively for Sega.

Sega part numbers typically take the form of a three-part code separated by hypens:

XXX-YY..YY-ZZ


In this example, the X section represents a three character code depicting the type of part. The Y section, initially 4 but now often six (or more) characters in length, is an exclusive code to the specific part. The Z section is an optional region code or revision. Initially codes were constructed entirely out of digits between 0 and 9, though it is more common in newer arcade machines to see letters, often to give clues for game-specific parts.

Not all parts of a Sega product conform to this standard, particularly those sourced from outside of the company.

List of part numbers

The following pages list known Sega part numbers with descriptions. It is vastly incomplete.

Code Description
000 Screws
001 Screws
005 Screws
008 Screws
010 Screws
011 Screws
012 Screws
020
028
029 Screws
030
031
032 Bolts
045
048
050 Hex nuts
051 Nuts
054 U nuts
060 Flat washers
061 Washers
065
068 Washers
069 Flat washers
079
090
100 Bearings
105
117
122 Screws
123
130 Speakers
150 Capacitors
151 Capacitors (ceramic)
171 Printed circuit boards
180 Coils
200 Display assemblies
209
210
211
212
214
220
221
230
250
253 Plastic casings and parts
260 Fans
270
271
275
280
310
313 Integrated circuits
314 Integrated circuits
315 Integrated circuits
317 Integrated circuits
350 Motors
380
390 LEDs
400 Power adapters
420 Manuals
421 Stickers
422
440 Warning stickers
476
477
479 Resistors
481 Diodes
482
509 Switches/contacts
510
512
514 Fuses
540
560 Transformers
600 Wires and cables
601 Spacer seals
610
670
671
672 Manuals
833
834
836
837
838
839
847