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Tuning

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Posea Jan 6, 2013. 3 Replies

I've looked but can't find an answer.What do I, D and P refer to please?Continue

Tuning

Started this discussion. Last reply by Luke Olson Jan 7, 2013. 3 Replies

I've looked but can't find an answer.What do I, D and P refer to please?Continue

 

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Luke Olson replied to Ken Anderson's discussion Tuning
"There's a good article about it on Wikipedia too (not ArduCopter specific). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PID_controller"
Jan 7, 2013
Ken Anderson replied to Ken Anderson's discussion Tuning
"Thank you Dave."
Jan 7, 2013
Dave C replied to Ken Anderson's discussion Tuning
Jan 7, 2013
David Posea replied to Ken Anderson's discussion Tuning
"For a good explantion google PID controller. The letters stand for proportional, integral, and derivitive. It's a feeback loop controller that "learns" over time."
Jan 6, 2013
Ken Anderson replied to Ken Anderson's discussion Tuning
"Thank you."
Jan 6, 2013
Helge replied to Ken Anderson's discussion Tuning
"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PID_controller Read wikipedia to get an overview of what it is. P I D terms are values that define the motor behaviure in relation to the input control signal. P proportional error : The output power is multiplied to…"
Jan 6, 2013
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Ken Anderson replied to Tim Green's discussion APM2.5 works first time - nice job DIY and 3DR
"Well done. That encourages me to get involved. Bit more reading first though."
Jan 6, 2013

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