Rego shunt PID-logic

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Rego shunt PID-logic

Postby kalsket » Tue Nov 27, 2007 23:24

I am using shunt valve in my system for reduced temp for new part of my house. Problem is that control logic for that seems very poor to me, way too much sic-sac, as you can see in GT4 http://www2.husdata.se/UserInfo.asp?ID_ ... ew=Rapport

Has anybody cracced the code for that yet? Changing the PID-parameters might do the trick.
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Re: Rego shunt PID-logic

Postby Lexus » Thu Nov 29, 2007 19:00

kalsket wrote:I am using shunt valve in my system for reduced temp for new part of my house. Problem is that control logic for that seems very poor to me, way too much sic-sac, as you can see in GT4 http://www2.husdata.se/UserInfo.asp?ID_ ... ew=Rapport

Has anybody cracced the code for that yet? Changing the PID-parameters might do the trick.


Are the shunt connected to Rego/Carrier?

(PID-parameters dont exist in Rego/Carrier)
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Postby kalsket » Thu Nov 29, 2007 23:44

Yes it is connected to Rego/Carrier.
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Postby Lexus » Fri Nov 30, 2007 15:59

Disconnect electric unit from shunt.
Manual control the shunt, until you have right temperature.

Example:
GT1 = 40°
GT4 = 5° lower

Whats your setup in menu 1.1, 1.2, 1.5 and 1.6?

If the new part of your house have much better isolation.....dont try my proposition.
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Postby kalsket » Fri Nov 30, 2007 21:44

New part has much better insulation than old part...
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Postby Lexus » Mon Dec 03, 2007 16:52

Try a lower value in menu 1.8.
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Postby kalsket » Tue Dec 04, 2007 20:09

have tried that one as well, no difference.
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Postby Lexus » Wed Dec 05, 2007 01:42

Well....that's the way it work.
If the only problem is monitoring line....dont look. :-)
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