Attuatori valvole e serrande - actuator

Salvo, nell ambito di a progetto di una camera revises mi trovo a dover pilotare e serrande valvole has life in modo da poter Mio desiderate all dell ambiente interno di terms (temperatura, umidita) set point. Sulla base delle mie knowledge, penso che dovro'usare need servomotori per attuare the motovibrator loro di avere. I wanted to ask suggerimenti knew quale sia it principio di ventilconvettore degli attuatori, che in genere di di output analog (tensioner, corrente) utilizzare modules, is dovro'usare: know the features delle valvole a life e infine quale sia strada da seguire per poter has the motovibrator mediante PID loro. e use PXI piattaforma di previsto.

Want anticipatamente by e collaborazione Patu I migliori saluti.

Hi, a project of a climate Chamber I find myself going through car buffers and the three way valves so that I can reach the environment inside the set of conditions (temperature, humidity) I want. based on my knowledge, I think that I'll need to apply the adjustment of servo. I wanted to ask for suggestions on what is the principle of operation of the actuators, the analog output modules type (voltage, current), I use, if I know the characteristics of the valves three-way, and finally, what is the path to follow in order to make their control by PID using Labview. is provided for the use of the PXI platform.

Thanks in advance for your cooperation and best wishes.

Alessandro Pezzano

Università della Calabria

Ciao Alessandro,.

by how far he principio di ventilconvettore degli attuatori non penso che already qualcuno che ti possa kindly knew questo forum, ti consiglio quindi di understand he ventilconvettore, choose quello più adatto by killed her application e poi magari sul forum ti can help con degli applications o ti can suggerire dei modules by links quello specifico servo motor.
In the meantime di posso allegare some link di applications per progetti PID:

The engine PID control

Example of reference: multichannel PID with operator on CompactRIO Interface control

Example of order PID for LabVIEW FPGA

Several example PID reference axis Servo for LabVIEW FPGA

Spero che questo ti sia useful,.

Good day,


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