The Allen-Bradley 2711-T9A3 terminal is part of the discontinued PanelView 900 series of Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs.) These terminals allow the operator to interact with the machines attached to the 2711-T9A3. A 9-inch (23-centimeter) monochrome screen on the terminal displays information. The user can establish a network on the HMI using PanelBuilder 32 software and following the DH-485 protocol. An RS-232 printer port and a 1747-UIC cable are the conduits through which the data is relayed. The 2711-T9A3 has a touchscreen and a keypad, and the internal backlight is replaceable. A 120-volt AC unit powers the system. No data greater than 1 MB can be stored in the internal memory. More data than this requires an external memory card. The weight of the 2711-T9A3 is 8 pounds (3.6 kilograms), and the length, the width and the thickness of the HMI are 16 inches (0.4 meters), 14 inches (0.35 meters) and 8 inches (0.2 meters), respectively. This HMI and other PanelView 900 terminals come in series: A, B, C, D, E and F with firmware from 1.00 to 4.48. The DH-485 protocol enables a two-way conveyance of data on this terminal. A MicroLogix unit or an SLC 500 unit controls the network. Ladder logic is unnecessary if a direct data table is available. It is possible to download apps and files on the 2711-T9A3 with the Panelbuilder 32 software and a DH-485 port or a memory card.
FAQ for 2711-T9A3
The PanelView Standard operator terminals have multiple models: the 300, 550, 600, 900, 1000, and 1400. The PanelViews are Top Rated Electronic Operator Terminals engineered to suit your needs. The Panelviews have high performance flat panel designs or 14-inch CRTs. These electronic human interfaces feature excellent graphics capabilities. They have high performance functionality in color, gray scale and monochrome displays. The PanelView Standard family offers you rugged electronic human interface solutions. There are many different sizes and configurations to meet your specific requirements. This PanelView Standard class of operator interfaces offers you Flexible Communications and Controller Connectivity. There are several communication options such as Allen-Bradley’s MicroLogix, SLC 500, PLC, and ControlLogix, and other PLC manufacturers. HMI is the acronym for Human Machine Interface, which is an interface between the user and the machine. It provides a graphics-based visualization of an industrial control and monitoring system. It also provides a visual representation of a control system and provides real time data acquisition. A HMI can increase productivity by having a centralized control center that is user-friendly.
Repair Services for 2711-T9A3
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- Wide range of repairs that can be completed by our highly skilled technicians as shown below.
Auto Verification and Self-Test Failures
ERROR! FEHLER! ERREUR! ERRORE!
- Error 1 STATIC RAM test
- Error 2 Terminal searching for a file to download.
- Error 10 Erase boot flash area.
- Error 11 Copy boot code
- Error 12 Boot code copy successful
- Error 13 Boot code copy failed. Check for error after boot code is copied to the onboard flash EPROM.
- Error 20 Erase firmware from flash EPROM
- Error 21 Copy firmware to firmware flash memory
- Error 22 Firmware copy successful
- Error 23 Firmware copy failed
- Error 24 Performed CRC base firmware check
- Error 25 Firmware not compatible with boot code
- Error 26 Firmware not compatible with hardware
- Error 30 Watchdog test
- Error 31 Stuck key test
- Error 32 Real time clock test
- Error 33 LCD RAM failed
- Error 34 Performed CRC extended firmware check
- Error 40 No executable code to run after boot
- Error 50 Wrong memory card format
- Error 60 CPU could not execute code
We Can Repair Your Hardware failures including:
- Communication Hardware Faults (Ethernet/IP, DH-485, DH+, ControlNet, and RS-232)
- Broken Toushcreen/Keypads
- Broken Glass
- Displays (Dead/Dim/Lines/Missing Pixels)
- Dead Backlights
- Broken Housing/Bezel
- Power Board Failures
Revisions for 2711-T9A3
Please refer to the manual for more information about the 2711-T9A3 such as the wiring diagrams, data sheets,
firmware information and migration or obsolescence details.
|Revision Part #
||Also Known as
||2711-T9A3/A, Series A, Rev A
||2711-T9A3/B, Series B, Rev B
||2711-T9A3/C, Series C, Rev C
||2711-T9A3/D, Series D, Rev D
||2711-T9A3/E, Series E, Rev E
||2711-T9A3/F, Series F, Rev F
||2711-T9A3/X, Series X, Rev X
The 2711-T9A3 has several firmware revisions: 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 1.00, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 1.03, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 1.07, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 2.00, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 2.01, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 2.02, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 2.03, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 3.00, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 3.01, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 3.02, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 3.03, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 3.13, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 3.15, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 3.30, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 3.40, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 4.00, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 4.10, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 4.20, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 4.41, 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 4.46, and 2711-T9A3-2711T9A3FRN 4.48