^SQ
^SQ

^SQ

The
^SQ
command is used to stop the ZebraNet Alert option.

Halt ZebraNet Alert

Format:
^SQa,b,c
Parameters
Details
a =
condition type
Values:
A =
paper out
B =
ribbon out
C =
printhead over-temp
D =
printhead under-temp
E =
head open
F =
power supply over-temp
G =
ribbon-in warning (Direct Thermal Mode)
H =
rewind full
I =
cut error
J =
printer paused
K =
PQ job completed
L =
label ready
M =
head element out
N =
ZBI (Zebra BASIC Interpreter) runtime error
O =
ZBI (Zebra BASIC Interpreter) forced error
Q =
clean printhead
R =
media low
S =
ribbon low
T =
replace head
U =
battery low
V =
RFID error (in RFID printers only)
W =
all errors (in RFID printers only)
* =
all errors (in non-RFID printers)
b =
destination
Values:
A =
serial port
B =
parallel port
C =
e-mail address
D =
TCP/IP
E =
UDP/IP
F =
SNMP trap
* =
wild card to stop alerts for all destinations
c =
halt messages
Values:
Y =
halt messages
N =
start messages
Default:
Y