Two alternative means to control solenoids on directional valves include Pulse Dither is a small ripple frequency that is superimposed over the PWM signal to. This file type includes high resolution graphics and schematics when The constant dithering and high accumulation of cycles over a narrow area Various designs by various manufacturers have different response levels and frequencies . independent single solenoid devices (ie. proportional cartridge valves). The outputs can The following table shows the IQAN-TOC2 frequency possibilities. Downloading a new application .idt filetype). • Reading or dither frequency .

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My best guess is dither amplitude and frequency will be a function of the valve body or the specific valve. There has been some requests here on AAC on dither.

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A tiny part of the project is taken care of But I can’t use the the dither signal alone to drive the solenoid due to obvious reasons as it is not possible for the dither signal to form a constant amplitude since the PWM frequency has to be continuously adjusted as a function of the stipulated desired current value and in the process the amplitude and the frequency of the dither will signal change accordingly. Some smart guy by the name of Drazzy suggested in an old arduino forum: Aug difher, 7.

Dither for PWM circuit driving a proportional solenoid

A Google of Dither Frequency brings up quite a few hits. Aug 13, 8.

Basics of Digital Down-Conversion in DSP This article discusses digital down-conversion which is a digital-signal-processing technique widely used in digital radio receivers. If you create a synthetic digital sawtooth or square wave signal in the MCU and add it to the signal going into frequeency PWM, you can create dither at any arbitrary frequency or amplitude.

Thanks a ton, I shall try them and post the results in the days to come!

That was awhile ago and yes, the link no longer works. Think of dituer PWM simply as a crude Analog to Digital converter, which it is you are just adding a time-varying signal to whatever your control loop commands.

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Take care that if the addition overflows 8 bits, just set the PWM to saturated maximum. I don’t remember where it went unfortunately. My simple explanation would be to simply add the dither signal to the value going to the PWM. Negative Feedback, Part 6: That is if glitches are bad in your application -otherwise don’t bother with that detail. So many clocking options. Don’t worry about synchronizing it to the PWM counter, assuming the PWM is much higher frequency than the dither, which it should be.

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Jun 19, 2, So here I am still trying to figure things out so please help me out. Dec 13, 2, Aug 13, 9. Jul 31, 7.

And now to my problem I am planning to proportionally drive a solenoid of the following specs: Hi guys, First of all I’d like to say that I have seen the same or similar questions asked in many forums but nobody has ever come up with a concrete solution or posted anything about the results of trying out the various suggestions given to them.

Also this may help a little.