PID Tutorial with Arduino (Re-published #28)

I show how to program a PID controller to be used to stabilize the speed of a motor.
To show the effects of the different factors on the result I test it in reality with the fan of my wind tunnel.
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The PID principle can be used for many other applications where unstable systems have to be stabilized.

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