error voltage

error voltage

[′er·ər ‚vōl·tij]
(electricity)
A voltage, usually obtained from a selsyn, that is proportional to the difference between the angular positions of the input and output shafts of a servosystem; this voltage acts on the system to produce a motion that tends to reduce the error in position. Also known as error signal.
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The error voltage or error current in a converter is taken as [psi].
The error voltage is compared against the current signal, which is sum of inductor current signal and ramp compensation signal, at PWM input.
Testing on any equipment with rated voltage up to 1000 V, tests according to DIN VDE 0105 T100, with measurement of insulation resistances, measuring short-circuit current / loop resistance measurement error voltage / leakage current measurements on the ground conductor / bonding conductors, measuring ground resistance, with expert inspection of stationary equipment, it is very substantially to existing tests on distribution systems, inspection sticker, extensive documentation.
One have to add to the relations above the functioning relations of the controller which reflect the dependence between the error voltage [U.
Avoid placing the filter at the PGA input because you may load the resistive thermopile, which can have a source impedance up to 100 kOhm, inducing an error voltage.
In the first case, it has been used for FM signal detection [2], since the error voltage has the shape of the modulating signal.
7 Table 2 : Percentage of restored voltage and error voltage correction Voltage Correction by Polar Correction by PI Sags Controller Controller Restorarion Error Restoration Error 50%GF 98.
75 VDC of control voltage, making it attractive for quick implementation into PLLs where the error voltage can be taken directly from the ICs charge pump circuitry.
The error voltage curves of the signal conversion (gain) as calculated for the summing Junction of the OA2 for an output signal of [V.
In input current loading, the current drawn by the DMM will produce an error voltage in proportion to the source resistance of the circuit or the device under test.
Traditional voltage-mode control has inherently poor line regulation since its error voltage is compared with an internally generated sawtooth.
Regardless of a reed relay's design, some amount of thermal error voltage still will be generated.