^SC
^SC

^SC

The
^SC
command allows you to change the serial communications parameters you are using.

Set Serial Communications

Format:
^SCa,b,c,d,e,f
Parameters
Details
a =
baud rate
Values:
110
1
;
300
;
600
;
1200
;
2400
;
4800
;
9600
;
14400
;
19200
;
28800
;
38400
; or
57600;
115200
Default:
must be specified or the parameter is ignored
b =
word length (in data bits)
Values:
7
or
8
Default:
must be specified
c =
parity
Values:
N
(none),
E
(even), or
O
(odd)
Default:
must be specified
d =
stop bits
Values:
1
or
2
Default:
must be specified
e =
protocol mode
Values:
X =
XON/XOFF
D =
DTR/DSR
R =
RTS
M =
DTR/DSR XON/XOFF
2
Default:
must be specified
f =
Zebra protocol
Values:
A =
ACK/NAK
N =
none
Z =
Zebra
Default:
must be specified
1. This value is not supported on Xi4, RXi4, ZM400/ZM600, RZ400/RZ600, and S4M printers.
2. This parameter is supported only on G-Series printers. Using the DTR/DSR XON/XOFF mode will cause the printer to respond to either DTR/DSR or XON/XOFF, depending on which method is first received from the host device.
Comments:
If any of the parameters are missing, out of specification, not supported by a particular printer, or have a ZPL-override DIP switch set, the command is ignored.
A
^JUS
command causes the changes in Communications Mode to persist through power-up and software resets.