Moku:Lab’s PID Controller features two fully configurable PID controllers with an output sample rate of 10 MSa/s. This enables them to be used in applications requiring both low and high feedback bandwidths such as laser temperature and current stabilization. The PID Controller can also be used as a lead-lag compensator by saturating the integral and differential controllers with independent gain settings.
How can I invert my controller’s response?
You can enter negative values into the control matrix to invert one or both input signals.
What do the different colored buttons mean when configuring a PID controller?
Often it is useful to be able to configure a controller’s transfer function before implementing it. When the ‘P’, ‘I’, ‘D’, ‘I+’, ‘IS’, or ‘DS’ buttons are orange, any changes you make to those parameters will not take effect until you tap the button again and it turns green or purple.