Suppliers will assign a condition to most products.
There are currently following different product condition codes available on ITscope, as described below.
|Condition code||Condition name||Description|
|1||New||new products, retail|
|3||B-stock||new products with flaws or small errors, remaining stock, special items, without original packaging, damaged packaging, new open box, etc.|
|4||Refurbished||used/second-hand stock, refurbished or reconditioned by the supplier (or a third party). There is no distinction between refurbished and reconditioned on ITscope|
|5||RMA||return merchandise authorisation (RMA) items, returns, wrong deliveries|
|6||Demonstration model||demonstrator/measurement device, sample, exhibition item (this is a subgroup that is usually part of ‘B-stock’, but can be shown separately here)|
|7||Build to order||Build to order (BTO), manufacture to order, make to order (MTO); this describes new products that are not kept in store, but manufactured on demand|
|9||Not for resale||NFR, not for shop, no consideration in price calculation|
|10||Bulk||bulk products, new without packaging, core product without supplies/software/drivers/accessories|
|11||Factory refurbished||similar to refurbished, but done by the manufacturer, e.g. the ‘HP Renew’ programme|
|12||Spare part from new device||New pull, product was taken from a new device|
Conditions 1 (New) and 9 (NFR) are displayed in the sources of supply table for a product.
All other conditions are collectively shown below this in a panel labelled ‘Non-retail’, grouped according to product condition.
The status text transmitted by the respective distributor is additionally displayed in the source of supply line, in the event that text (and not a code) was transmitted.