Open- and closed-loop control

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The online training uses practical examples to show the difference between open- and closed-loop control in automation.
Easy-to-understand tasks are used first to examine the overall process of a simple functioning system.

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  • Net study time: 2 hours
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Later sections then look at different types of controllers, the different ways in which signals are represented and processed and the ways in which programs are implemented.

From the contents:

  • Differences between open- and closed-loop control (characteristics of controllers, characteristics of regulators
  • DIN 19226
  • Signal types
  • Differences between types of control
  • Signal processing (synchronous control, controlling links, asynchronous control, process control)
  • Types of control (regulating to fixed values, tracking values)
  • Regulators (P, I and D controllers, combined controllers such as PI or PID controllers)