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We offer extensive repairs for your Panelview 800. We keep many spare parts in stock so that we can repair your Panelview 800 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 800 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 800 such as:
Manufactured by Allen-Bradley, the PanelView 800 series is a series of human-machine interface terminals. The PanelView 800 terminals feature power status LED lights that are used for device monitoring. The USB ports available with the PanelView 800 terminals are only meant for use by the manufacturer and not for customer use. The PanelView 800 terminals support control by using a browser connected through the Ethernet network connection. However, this feature is only available on the PanelView 800 devices that come with firmware revision 2.020 or earlier, and not the devices with firmware revision 3.011 or later. When using the Ethernet communication port, the users should enter a valid IP address into the field of the browser. The correct IP address is displayed on the terminal configuration screens.
The PanelView 800 terminals Ethernet ports support the static IP addresses and the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. The devices also support the USB peripherals directly from the PanelView 800 terminals. The devices can be configured from the configuration screens that are provided on the terminals. The PanelView 800 terminals support on-terminal interfaces for letting the operators make changes to the terminal settings. The PanelView 800 series has multilingual terminals and the language can be selected while programming the terminals. The units are designed to support the File Transfer Protocol, so the users can connect to the terminals from a client web browser and this gives access to the ROM and access to the fault alarm history. However, if the users are using the FTP to access the terminals, only 1 client is allowed at a time.