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    Automated Home Ninja Dan_Robinson's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edinburgh2000 View Post
    I know Dan Robinson and others favour short posts on here but, in case you are like me and prefer the full monty explanation of how things work, you might find the discussion here enlightening:

    http://www.automatedhome.co.uk/vbull...llations/page4

    I certainly learned a lot from DBMandrake's helpful clear and full explanations.

    And TPI stands for "Time Proportional and Integral" and is a control methodology that combines proportional control (output varying with temperature) and integral control (output increasing/decreasing with the time that the temperature is below/above the setpoint).
    Indeed, I like concise posts because I contribute (and benefit) from the forum whilst at work, which is not often sitting at a desk. I think K someone you office based members might be surprised if you knew from where my posts were coming from. .
    Kind Regards - Dan Robinson (Jennings Heating Ltd)

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    Simon (dbmandrake) often posts very long replies, but don't make the mistake of dismissing them as TL;DR - they are always well considered and well explained. I've learned a lot from them.,

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulockenden View Post
    Simon (dbmandrake) often posts very long replies, but don't make the mistake of dismissing them as TL;DR - they are always well considered and well explained. I've learned a lot from them.,
    Indeed, Simon is a great asset to this and other forums...

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