Controller Tuning is an essential task in setting up a Motion Control system. It ensures that the motor behaves exactly as you expect it. Our Auto-Tuning feature will provide good results for most applications but you can still manually fine-tune your system.
Autotuning Overview of the Autotuning feature
Manual Tuning Description of steps required for manually tuning the controller gains
Manual Tuning of the current controller The generated torque is directly proportional to the current.
Manual Tuning of the velocity control loop Instructions for manually tuning the proportional and integral gains of the velocity control loop if the drive should be operated in velocity control mode.
Manual Tuning of the position control loop Instructions for manually tuning the cascaded PID controller.
Start tuning by identifying the mechanical properties with our System Identification feature
Use the feedback graph to determine the best values
Finetune the controller gains and design the optimal control structure
Save the values to the drives