The plant could tell you the actual date of manufacture, but for 
government work, announcement dates would be close..... look here:

http://www2.ibmlink.ibm.com/cgi-bin/master?xh=jN7O$Vn32jOgss0USenGnN9332&request=usa.salesmanual&parms=&xhi=usa%2emain&xfr=N


Do a search on 9402 or 9404 or 9406 and it will show all the dates you
want each processor.

The overseas boxes would be in the same ball park as the US versions.



D.BALE@handleman.com wrote:
> 
> Got an odd request from one of our managers.  He needs to know the manufacture
> date of all of our AS/400s.  I think he's making a case for replacing them
> with new iSeries.  I physically checked our 9406-D60 and 9402-400 boxes at
> this location, and could find nothing on these boxes regarding date of
> manufacture.
> 
> I would imagine that Rochester would have this information, but who would I
> call?  And what about the two boxes we have that were made overseas?
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