Panelview 300 Repair

Allen Bradley Panelview Panelview 300
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We offer extensive repairs for your Panelview 300 and Panelview 300 Micro. We keep many spare parts in stock so that we can repair your Panelview 300 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 Panelview 300 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 Panelview 300 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 compactly manufactured PanelView 300 and Panelview 300 Micro terminals from Allen-Bradley feature a 3-inch monochrome display. The display shows status updates and information in blue. The resolution of the monochrome display is 128 x 64 pixels. The terminals work with 24 Volts DC voltage. The display area of all the terminals in this series is 2.87 inches in width and 1.67 inches in height. The backlight used in these terminals has a life of 100,000 hours. For entering input data, a keypad with navigational, numerical, and functional keys is included. The PanelView 300 terminals record critical timestamp data by using replaceable batteries. The batteries power the real-time clock used in these terminals. Some of the terminals in this series support ATA memory cards and some don’t.


For connectivity, the PanelView 300 terminals use the RS-232 (DH-485), RS-232 (DF1), and DeviceNet networks. The network status is shown on the display terminal. The terminal can be controlled using the PanelView 32 software too. The software runs on a personal computer. The DC power consumption varies in different PanelView 300 terminals. Some terminals in the series have a DC power consumption rating of 10 Watts and some have a power consumption of 25 Watts. The operating temperature of these terminal ranges between 0 and 55 degrees Celsius. The PanelView 300 terminals come with different enhanced features including alarms, screen security, analog gauges, and support for Micrologix controllers. The terminals have multilingual support with English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish Text options. The terminals in this series use 240 KB of application memory. It also comes with NEMA Type 12, 13, 4X ratings. These terminals are ideal for customers who need cost-effective devices that save space.


Common Errors Codes that we repair for the Panelview 300 and Panelview 300 Micro (2711-K3 and 2711-M3):

  • 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
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