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Old 06-07-2012, 12:05 AM   #11
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So you are saying that, of the four things I listed, you know that only (4) will actually reset the algorithm state? Switching to manual mode and back, for example, will not do this?
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From what I have seen with my Auber's, the only *sure* way to get them back to ground state is to cycle them. Anything else seems to be less than satisfactory.

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Old 06-23-2012, 04:57 AM   #12
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MalFet, if you set up the controller for bumpless switching, then an Auto/Manual transition will reset the integral. It should be an option on your controller. What model are you running?
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MalFet, if you set up the controller for bumpless switching, then an Auto/Manual transition will reset the integral. It should be an option on your controller. What model are you running?
Thanks for the tip! This is what I've been doing on my 2362 and so far it seems to have been working properly. Thanks for the confirmation.
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