PID (Proportional-Integral-Derivative) Temperature Control: Such type of controllers is used for optimum thermal system performance. It senses the rate of temperature increase or decrease and adjusts the output action accordingly. As per its name, it provides a proportional control or a proportional combined integral and derivative temperature control. Proportioning means operating heat closer to the set point, hence less power requirement. This can be done by using derivative and integral operating modes. The controller comes in all sizes; inputs to it have to be decided prior, output action requires a power controller to withstand rapid switching cycles. Most PID controllers come with four different control functions for different applications.

Temperature sensing devices

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P control only PI control (no offset= higher overshoot)
PD control (steady state in shortest time) PID Control. It combines the advantages of PI and PD control. Also called fuzzy logic control.


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