Search by name is the basic and widely supported in Aerse. The following search queries are supported:

  • product name
  • product name with vendor name
  • product name with product properties
  • vendor name with product properties
  • part of product name. If multiple products are matched, then "blurry" status will be returned

Example: Nokia N900



EAN is International Article Number. These numbers are used worldwide for marking products often sold at retail point of sale. The numbers encoded in EAN-13 bar codes are product identification numbers. Aerse supports queries using EAN-13 and UPC codes.

Example: 6438158052581

CAS registry number

CAS Registry Numbers are unique numerical identifiers assigned by the "Chemical Abstracts Service" to every chemical described in the open scientific literature. Access to CAS service is limited and Aerse supports only basic searches using CAS registry numbers.

Example: 1333-74-0


It is possible to compare any products. Only feasible properties are used for compare. For example, if first product has boolean property and second doesnt have, then first product will be marked as better.

Example: Nokia N900 == Desire