UV flatbed printer software voltage and temperature abnormal solutions

       The abnormal voltage and temperature of the UV flatbed printer software will cause the equipment to fail to eject ink normally. There are usually five reasons for this type of failure, which can be checked one by one.

UV flatbed printer software voltage and temperature abnormal solutions

      1. Poor communication on the nozzle plate

      Solution: Check whether the signal transmission of the lower nozzle plate is normal. If it is bad, check whether the lower nozzle plate is burned out or the electronic components are damaged. Contact the original equipment manufacturer to send a new replacement.

       2. Poor contact of print head data line

      Solution: Check the position of the data cable interface on the lower nozzle, whether it is corroded, loosened, etc. This can be clearly seen. If there is a poor contact, it can be replaced or inserted tightly.

3. The software needs to be restarted

      Solution: Turn off the UV flatbed printer, restart the software on the computer, and observe whether the voltage and temperature return to normal;

     4.The voltage of the power supply box of the print head is abnormal.

     Solution: Open the cover of the power box of the UV flatbed printer and check whether the voltage of the power supply box of the print head is normal. If it is abnormal, check whether the voltage regulator works normally. The probability of such a failure is small;

     5. Nozzle board failure

     Solution: After the above faults have been checked, if the voltage and temperature of the UV flatbed printer software is still abnormal, it means that the nozzle board is faulty. Contact the original equipment manufacturer and send a new replacement.

      In winter, the temperature is very low. In this case, the ink system of the UV flatbed printer needs to be heated. If necessary, install an air conditioner to turn on the hot air. Be careful not to blow directly. Fans, nozzle heaters, etc. are also needed.

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