Simple PID control intro device
You may have come across the term “PID control,” and while this proportional-integral-derivative control method does a great job of smoothing out oscillations, where does one get started?
One solution would be Mr Innovative’s demo device, showcased in the video below. In it, a DC gear motor is able to smoothly rotate an arrow overlaid on a protractor by a certain number of degrees.
Input is via a Bluetooth smartphone interface, and an encoder is used for feedback to the commanding Arduino Uno. Everything is fastened together by 3D-printed parts, and if you’d like to try your own PID experiment, code and print files are linked in the video description.
December 3rd, 2018 at 21:51:47
Firstly you can improve it by continuing the description you started giving, there is nothing at all wrong with your narration. I learned a lot from the period when you were talking and very little when you just put the music on.
You showed a board being made, is it possible to get one of these boards or at least the fritzing file so I could get one made?
also is it possible to get the 3d printer files?
thanks. keep up the narration.
December 4th, 2018 at 00:12:56
Excellent project. Willing to implement it in my next project. Many thanks.
December 4th, 2018 at 15:58:49
Well done! Also, your communication is at least as good as my teachers in college. Please continue to share your projects.