Hi, I have several clients who are unhappy with how their setpoints in PID loops restore after a power failure. The setpoint parameter in a PID loop is not available to check the box for restore. Is there a reason why?? this seems silly to me. I realize that setpoints would stay if I put the Controllers on a UPS but thats only good for 20-30 minutes... Things happen and power failures last longer than that in our kneck of the woods.
Any solutions anyone??? These are running systems so I don't want to just start adding extra parameters in their modules (meaning i don't want to have a setpoint input parameter to tie the faceplate to because then automatic limits won't work..)
Why is it designed like this?!?! [:@]
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