How can I disable the heater after unattended printing finished?

Setting the [STANDBY] and [OFF TIME] for the print heaters. *Indicates available only during printing.
Timers can be programmed to place the printer heaters in STANDBY or OFF mode after printing. 『STANDBY』 sets the heater temperature to a preheat condition that is 3 to 5 degrees lower than the print heat. This prevents excess heat absorption by the print media. 『OFF TIME』 will switch off power to the heaters completely.
The heaters will perform as described in the table below:

※ The heaters will climb to the programmed temperature if any key is pressed or print data is received.

“STANDBY”time (Heater Standby) “OFF TIME” (heater OFF) Meaning
Zero Zero Heater turns off immediately after printing is finished
None None Heater remains on after printing is finished
None Zero Heater turns off immediately after printing is finished
None 10~ Heater turns off 10 minutes after printing is finished, without entering the preheated state.
Zero None Pregeating starts immediately after printing is finished. Heater remains on even after entering the preheated state.
Zero 10~ Preheating starts immediately after printing is finished. Heater turn off 10 minutes after entering the preheated state.
10~ None Preheating starts immediately after printing is finished. Heater turn off 10 minutes after entering the preheated state.
10~ Zero Preheating starts immediately after printing is finished. Heater turns off immediately after entering the preheated state.
10~ 10~ Preheating starts immediately after printing is finished.Heater turns off 10 minutes after entering the preheated state.
  1. Confirm the setting of Priority of heater temperature: HOST or PANEL.
  2. Set the below setting with priority.
  3. When heater temperature priority is 「PANEL」

    The heater control temperature will be set according to the printers programmed values.

    When heater temperature priority is「HOST」

    The heater control temperature will be set according to the values set in Raster Link Pro. Set the heater settings on the [Print Condition] tab of Raster Link Pro.


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