Posts Tagged ‘P-Only’
Ask Doctor Bob: What is P-only Control?
Video Transcript: Hi, I’m Bob Rice. And today, we’re going to cover P-only control. First, let’s start with the equation for P-only control. So a P-only controller is, the…Read More
Common Industrial Applications of PI Control
Studies show that when individuals are given a set of three options they are instinctively biased to prefer the middle one. When this finding is applied to purchasing behavior a common outcome is that consumers pick the middle priced option with little-to-no rationale other than a desire to avoid being viewed as either too cheap or too lavish. It’s known as the Compromise Effect. While the PID controller offers three options – P-Only, PI and PID – the rationale for selecting the middle option is generally clear. But PI Control is not only the instinctive choice, on many occasions it is also the superior and simpler one.Read More