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I have built a PID controller in labview. Ive been using time domain math, integral and continous calculation. And it works well. But I need a anti wind up.

Is there a easy way to build this? I want to build it my self, and not use the PID block. If anyone could make an easy example for me it would be great.

I have tried with case loops etc but I dont get it to work properly.

 

 

 

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Re: PID

Hello Remie,

For questions about LabVIEW, you should post in the LabVIEW discussion forum.  This form is for MATRIXx which is a different product.  Also, is there any particular reason you don't want to use the functionality in the PID block from the PID and Fuzzy Logic Toolkit?

 

Regards,

Angela M

Staff Product Support Engineer

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The reason for not wanting to use the PID block is that I want to get the value from 

Ygain, Yintegration, Yderivation and Y total. 

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Re: PID

anyone?
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Re: PID

Hello Remie,

As mentioned before, this forum is for questions related to the MATRIXx product, so I don't think users in this forum will have much advice on how to implement what you are asking in LabVIEW.  I see that you have already started a thread with the same question in the LabVIEW forum, so this discussion should be continued on that thread.


Thank you,

Angela M

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Re: PID

sorry, I wrote in wronge post.
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