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Sorry about a question outside the topic.
How did you make your photos frame like that? I really interested in it.
Hey, this is great! thanks for this.
But you could have realised this in a better manner, by using only 1 output pin. Just check the sign of the outputting PID control signal and basing on that, control the PWM signal by negating it etc.
can i able to do to control the temperature
Hi. How are you representing the angle? 0-360 degrees or 0..+1..+2…+179..+180..-179..-178..-2..-1..0 degrees.
Is this command ‘pidtune’ new introduced in 2013a?
Because in my version 2010a, doc pidtune doesn’t work.
@ Hui Jin
pidtune was introduced in R2010b in Control System Toolbox.
Hello, Can you send me the source file of this controller please?
I don’t understand how it was processed the PID output signal:
How can you transform the PID control law to PWM sequence? What is there inside “Convert to PWM” blocks?
which query would you use serial blocks to angle, 10-bit serial package to angle and message
1. I don’t understand why also send the measured position through the “serial port 0″?
2. we receive the desired motor position from the “serial port 0″,and send the measured position through the same serial port?
3. receive the measured position by USB ?if i want to get the data from arduino serial port,which block should be used?serial receive block or serial transmit block?
I have a question about the “Convert to PWM” block , I can’t understand how did you do it