MessageView Repair

Allen Bradley Panelview MessageView
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We offer extensive repairs for your MessageView. We keep many spare parts in stock so that we can repair your MessageView as efficiently and effectively as possible. Our standard repair lead time is 3-5 days. However, we can often repair your unit much faster if necessary. We can repair most issues with your MessageView and if for some reason we cannot repair your unit we will do our best to offer a refurbished unit at the repair cost, so that you can get a working unit back as soon as possible!

Repair Details

We can repair hardware issues and errors codes with your MessageView such as:

  • Defective Touchscreens and Keypads
    • Stuck key/keypad (Fatal 3A or Error 31)
    • Cracked touchscreens
    • Dead Spots
    • Calibration issues
  • Displays
    • Blank Displays
    • Dead pixels
    • Burn in
    • Lines through the screen
    • Failing CRT
    • Dim/faded screens
  • Broken housing and bezel
    • Cracked Plastic
    • Broken Mounting Posts/Clips
    • Internal Broken Components
  • Error Codes
    • Self-test errors
    • Real Time Clock Errors
    • Failing Batteries
    • Communication Failures (RS-232, DH+, DH-485, Ethernet, Devicenet, ControlNet and more).
  • Dead/Dying Backlights
    • Halogen Lamps
    • Led Backlights
  • Power Supply Failures
    • Dead units
  • Mother Board Failures
    • Solid LED Status lights
    • Blinking LED Status Lights

The MessageView series from Allen-Bradley is a series of display terminals. The terminals run with 24 Volts DC power and come with 128 x 32-pixel vacuum fluorescent displays (VFDs). These terminals are equipped with RS-232 ports on the main control board. The Message Builder software is used to program the display terminals. The terminals have the ability to store up to 4096 messages and related data using a historical event stack. The display terminals support different languages and they are easy to set up and use. The MessageView display terminals are used for monitoring and controlling machine operations in different environmental conditions. The front side of the terminals has VFD displays along with different keys. The displays can show 4 lines of 21 quarter-size characters, 2 lines of 10 half-size characters, or 2 lines of 5 graphic symbols. They also come with up and down navigation keys. These keys are used to scroll through and highlight options on the front panel. They can also help to scroll through the historical event stacks. 


These display terminals accept 18 to 30 Volts DC voltage. Fault LED indicators are included for hardware and firmware faults. The MessageView terminals can also be mounted by using the mounting studs. Remote I/O connectors are used for remote connections. The display terminals meet all the electrical safety requirements. The MessageView terminals can also be connected to any Allen-Bradley 1771 remote I/O link s. These terminals are used in different networks and devices. The display terminals consume a maximum of 20 Watts of power with normal use. The voltage supply ranges between 18 and 30 Volts DC. All the display terminals in this series can work with impulse shocks of 30 G in operation and 50 G in non-operation and with vibrations of up to 57 Hertz.

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