PID Control Lab 3.1
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PID Control Lab is interactive tool for robust PID tuning and design. Contains procedures for process identification from experimental data (pulse or relay experiment). Allows to define arbitrary number of processes for robust controller tuning. Supports PID optimization based on essential design specifications (gain and phase margin, loop bandwidth, disturbance rejection, sensitivity functions shaping, Nyquist plot shaping). Advanced PID feedback loop simulator is included in this lab. It can be connected directly to REX target and work with PIDMA and PIDAT controllers. Brings the theory for practice and users.
Try the demo presentations of PID Control Lab:
PID tuning in one minute
Advanced tuning - PID tuning step by step
- Step 1a: Process model definition - transfer function
- Step 1b: Process model definition from experimental data
- Step 2: Controller type
- Step 3: Design specifications
- Step 4: Controller parameters
Axes demo - shows how to work comfortly with individual axes panels
Interactivity demo - shows the basic interactivity and mutual connection of graphs
Interactivity demo 2 - shows the advanced interactivity features to get maximum benefit from the GUI