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**Allen
Bradley Logix5550 Independent PID**

where

Kp: |
Proportional gain |
No unit |

Ki: |
Integral gain |
(1/second) |

Kd: |
Derivative gain |
(seconds) |

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**Allen
Bradley Logix5550 Dependent PID**

where

Kc: |
Proportional gain |
No unit |

Ti: |
Reset time |
(min/rep) |

Td: |
Rate time |
(min) |

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**Allen
Bradley PLC5 Independent PID - Using Integer Blocks**

where

Kp: |
Proportional gain |
(0.01) |

Ki: |
Integral gain |
(0.001/ second) |

Kd: |
Derivative gain |
(seconds) |

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**Allen
Bradley PLC5 Independent PID - Using PD Blocks**

where

Kp: |
Proportional gain |
No unit |

Ki: |
Integral gain |
(1/ second) |

Kd: |
Derivative gain |
(seconds) |

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**Allen
Bradley PLC5 ISA PID - Using Integer Blocks**

where

Kc: |
Proportional gain |
(0.01) |

Ti: |
Reset time |
(0.01min/rep) |

Td: |
Rate time |
(0.01min) |

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**Allen
Bradley PLC5 ISA PID - Using PD Blocks**

where

Kc: |
Proportional gain |
No unit |

Ti: |
Reset time |
(min/rep) |

Td: |
Rate time |
(min) |

**Allen
Bradley SLC5/02,SLC5/03 and SLC5/04 ISA PID**

where

Kc: |
Proportional gain |
(0.1) |

Ti: |
Reset time |
(0.1min/rep) |

Td: |
Rate time |
(0.01min) |

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**Bailey
Function Code FC19 with K=1**

where

K: |
Gain multiplier |
No unit |

Kp: |
Proportional gain |
No unit |

Ki: |
Integral reset |
1/min |

Kd: |
Derivative rate action |
Min |

**Bailey
Function Code FC156 Independent Form with K=1**

where

K: |
Gain multiplier |
No unit |

Kp: |
Proportional gain |
No unit |

Ki: |
Integral reset |
Resets/min |

Kd: |
Derivative rate action |
Min |

**Concept
PID1 - PID Controller**

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where

Gain: |
Proportional gain |
No unit |

TI: |
Reset time |
(milliseconds) |

TD: |
Derivative Action time |
(milliseconds) |

**Concept
PID1P - PID Controller with parallel structure**

where

KP: |
Proportional gain |
No unit |

KI: |
Integral rate |
(1/milliseconds) |

KD: |
Differentiation rate |
(milliseconds) |

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**Fischer
& Porter DCU 3200 CON Ideal with KP = 1**

If Kp = 1, the above equation reduces to:

where

KC: |
Gain constant |
No unit |

TR: |
Reset time |
(min/rep) |

TD: |
Derivative term |
(min) |

**Fischer
& Porter DCU 3200 CON Parallel KP variable with KC=1**

If KC=1, the above equation reduces to:

where

KP: |
Proportional gain |
No unit |

TR: |
Reset time |
(min/rep) |

TD: |
Derivative term |
(min) |

**GE Fanuc
Series 90-30 and 90-70 Independent Form PID**

where

Kp: |
Proportional gain |
(0.01) |

Ki: |
Reset time |
(0.001rep/second) |

Kd: |
Derivative gain |
(0.01 seconds) |

**Hartmann
& Braun Freelance 2000 PID**

where

CP: |
Proportional correction value |
No unit |

TR: |
Reset time |
(milliseconds) |

TD: |
Rate time |
(milliseconds) |

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**Honeywell
TDC 3000 APM Non - Interactive PID**

where

K: |
Gain |
No unit |

T1: |
Integral time constant |
(min/rep) |

T2: |
Derivative time constant |
(min) |

where

PB: |
Proportional band |
No unit |

K2: |
Integral mode gain constant |
(0.01min/rep) |

K3: |
Derivative mode gain constant |
(0.01min) |

**Siemens
S7 PB41 CONT_C PID**

where

Gain: |
Proportional gain |
No unit |

TI: |
Reset time |
(seconds) |

TD: |
Derivative time |
(seconds) |

where

PB: |
Proportional band |
No unit |

Ti: |
Integral time |
(seconds) |

Td: |
Derivative time |
(seconds) |