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Click here to register. Request a new one here. Hi Brandon, please disregard the “please update”. I think we’re all up to speed now.
The need for cache clearing get’s me every time! Merry Christmas back atcha. Merry Christmas to all. Merry Christmas to everyone! First Build – 5kg I am attempting to control my Poppery 1 with a PID.
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The PID will autotune, and dtn to control the temperature quite well during that 20 to 60 second period, then it just goes crazy, dropping the temperature 75 degrees, then overshooting the set value by 50 degrees. It keeps the output switch on even though the temperature is way above the set value. I’ve been communicating with the Dgb guy, I am successfully connected to my laptop, and have the software set up. I’ve followed his instructions, but the results remain the same.
I tried to manually change the PID settings with no success. Am I using the wrong SSR? Maureen, FYI, during an autotune stb, the firmware will take the setpoint value way over the setting you made for X time and way below your setting for X time to determine the hysteresis of the device being heated and make the 44848 PID calculations.
Dfb is usually the last phase of an autotuning session. If this is the case then there might be a way to improve things. I once tried to autotune my Fuji PID controller using a setpoint value that was within a degree or two of 1st crack.
After autotuning, the Fuji would behave similar to what you’re describing, way under and way overshooting. It was not possible for it to derive usable PID settings when autotuning near 1st crack due to the vapor release, wacky temperature swings at that stage of a roast.
When I re-did the autotuning using for a setpoint value it worked as it should. If this doesn’t apply to your situation then I’m not sure what the problem could be but maybe others more gifted in the art of temperature control can help. Thanks for the replies. Yes, as soon as autotune ends, the temperature swings happen, and never stop.
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48448 am trying to tune at f, but with no beans in the popper, so perhaps it is too volatile to tune. I’ll try again tomorrow and sacrifice some more beans to the cause.
Tuning without beans will not allow autotune to see the true thermodynamic properties of the what’s being heated. You’ll need beans in there.
I know the feeling when you don’t have any nasty green to 484 as tuning fodder but it’s necessary to get it right. I’ve found it necessary to autotune farther into a roast where the beans are at least starting to brown.
So, if you display your PID settings before and after autotuning, there’s no change in the values? Something else that can cause wide swings with a PID controller is if your cycle time is too slow. You’ll want to make sure you’re set no slower than a 1 second cycle time.
The cycle time control period1 on the Delta software was at I changed it to 1. I put it back at 1, as that seemed more than adequate.
It now works great. I’m ramping, I’m soaking, I’m roasting!! You’re welcome, glad to help. There’s nothing that will stb one up late and unable to sleep more than when our roaster is not feeling well!
If you’re still not totally satisfied with the PID performance you might consider doing another autotune now that the cycle time is optimized. Autotune may dgb have been able to derive the best PID xtb using the 20 second cycle time.
But, just in case you end up liking what you have now versus what a new session creates, I would write down your current PID settings so you can revert back to them if needed.
Some odd Artisan or TC4 problems. Artisan logging temp problems.