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FPGA setpoint value range

Hello guys

i have created a PI control on my fpga.

Is there any labview command to translate this single setpoint into a value range?

i am working on a project using NI cRIO-9035 and Labview 2018

Thank you for your help

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Hi Alper,

 

your question sounded different in the German LabVIEWForum…

 

How do you want to extend a setpoint to a setpoint range?

Or are you talking about a deadband behaviour?

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GerdW
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Hello GerdW

i want to replace the setpoint of my PI-control with a value range.

is this even possible at all?

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Nope.

Doesn't make sense IMHO.

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GerdW
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@Alpview wrote:

i want to replace the setpoint of my PI-control with a value range.

is this even possible at all?


And how would you propose to do that mathematically?  The way things work is you choose a set point and then you tune your PID control to the accuracy, ramp rate, and overshoot specifications of your system.


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Hi crossrulz,

 

that's what you got for crossposts: I already proposed a solution to Alper problem in the German board.

 

And yes, it's nonsense to have a "setpoint range".

Alper simply wants to disable the PID control instead, when the pv is outside a certain range…

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GerdW
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