Posts Tagged ‘PAC’
Rockwell PID Execution Time: the Difference Between Continuous and Periodic Tasks
Have you ever seen an Integral Term on a PID controller that seems an order of magnitude larger or smaller than what should be used? Often, the issue stems from the method in which logic is executed on the Process Automation Controller (PAC).Read More
What Is a Set Point Filter?
Names – like looks – can be deceiving. While jumbo shrimp are big relative to other shrimp there’s very little about them that could be considered gargantuan. So there should be no surprise to learn that in the realm of process control a Set Point Filter has nothing to do with filtering noise within a control loop’s data.Read More
March 27, 2014 – Portfolio Of Manufacturing Efficiency Technologies Expanded With DeltaV Edition
New Software Offering Enhances ROA for Customers of Leading DCS Platform March 27, 2014 Control Station today announced the expansion of its award-winning PID controller tuning suite with the introduction…Read More
What Tuning Software is Available for Use With Rockwell Automation Controllers?
If you’re tired of manual tuning and you want more than the auto-tune function can muster, then you’re in luck. There are a variety of software products that support the array of PLCs and PACs from Rockwell Automation. No surprise that the only solution recommended by Rockwell Automation comes from your friends at Control Station.Read More