Yes, you can specify the desired return channel in the header row of your script, and when the 18R2 finishes the script, it will return to the specific channel selected. Assign the return channel in column D in the file.
This feature is particularly useful if you have a section of cues that you would like to manually fire at the end of your script. By denoting the return channel on your script you can have the 18R2 controller automatically go to the dedicated channel for manually fired cues at the end of the script, reducing the margin for error and simplifying the manually fired section of your display.
For more information, please see our 18R2 Example Script template to view the header row and return channel information.