Manufacturer names

This reference lists the allowed values used to identify devices by zero-touch enrollment. Both the APIs and portal’s CSV importing check values against the lists in this reference.

To help avoid errors when you claim devices for a customer, you identify each device using a hardware ID or metadata and the manufacturer's name. A combination of values helps prevent provisioning the wrong device because of a mistyped ID.

Manufacturers

To help you get the manufacturer's name right, the portal's CSV import and the API check that the manufacturer value matches a value from table 1.

Table 1. Allowed device manufacturer values
ManufacturerManufacturer value
BlackBerryBlackBerry
BQBQ
Bullitt GroupBullittGroupLimited
CrosscallCROSSCALL
DatalogicDatalogic
FujitsuFujitsu
GoogleGoogle
HoneywellHoneywell
HTCHTC
HuaweiHuawei
KyoceraKYOCERA
LenovoLENOVO
LG ElectronicsLGE
M3 MobileM3Mobile
MobiWireMobiWire
MotorolaMotorola
Nokia (owned by HMD Global)HMD Global
PanasonicPANASONIC
SharpSHARP
Sonim TechnologiesSonimtech
SonySony
SpectralinkSpectralink
VsmartVsmart
ZebraZebra Technologies

Models

To identify Wi-Fi-only devices (such as tablets), zero-touch enrollment uses a combination of the device’s serial number and model instead of a cellular modem ID. The APIs and CSV import check that both the model value and manufacturer value are from the list of allowed values in table 2.

Table 2. Allowed model values
ManufacturerManufacturer valueModel values
HoneywellHoneywellCN80
CT40
CT60
EDA51
VM1A
HuaweiHuawei CMR-W09
CMR-W19
SHT-W09
LG ElectronicsLGE LG-V426
PanasonicPANASONIC FZ-L1
FZ-N1
FZ-T1
ZebraZebra Technologies MC33
PS20
TC20
TC51
TC51HC
TC52
TC70x
TC72
VC80x

Learn more

To learn more about identifying devices and see examples of these values used in API calls, read the Identifiers guide.

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