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    PID controller on the feedback, consequences?

    Hi guys,

    I'm a total beginner to PID contoller and i'm trying to use it so i would like some help but i'm having some basic questions:

    In my system the PID will be on the feedback and not on the open loop. does that change anything? and what tuning method would you advise me to use?

    I would really appreciate a nudge in the right direction as i'm getting flooded with informations.

    Thank you in advance!

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    Re: PID controller on the feedback, consequences?

    Hi,

    PID in the feedback.... are you sure?
    It will give the opposite result .. I assume you won´t get it to run the way you expect.

    Read about PID basics.
    Btw: PID regulation loops are not new, thus there is more than enough information in the internet and even in this forum.

    I would really appreciate a nudge in the right direction as i'm getting flooded with informations.
    My personal opinion: This is exactly why we don´t need to start another thread ...

    Don´t get me wrong:
    You are always welcome here with some detailed question .. that remains after read through some PID tutorial.

    Hint:
    Many microcontroller manufacturers have application notes, discussions maybe even software examples... they usually are detailed and very reliable.

    Klaus
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