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Unread 09-28-2012, 10:57 PM   #37
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Default If you set P=0, you disable PID mode

Originally Posted by pixcolor View Post
Thanks for that. When you say
'In P,I,D, mode, the thermostat will predict the "tendency" to act in advance."
if I set p to 0. Then is it not in pid mode, or is it always in pid mode?
In certain circumstance I=0, D=0 may be better
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