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    What is the difference between ModSoft PID function and Concept PID function.

    The difference between ModSoft PID and Concept PID loops are as follows: 

    PID (ModSoft):
                                                                     
    PB - Gain = 100 / PB
                                       
    I - Integral Coefficient Expressed as Repeats/Minute. The higher the value, the greater the integral contribution
    D – Derivative Coefficient. Expressed in Minutes. The higher the value, the greater the derivative contribution
     
    PID (Concept):
     
    GAIN - Enter GAIN value as a REAL. Can be Positive or Negative. Positive Gain = Direct acting loop. Negative Gain = Reverse acting loop
     
    TI - Integral Time. Expressed as TIME. The smaller the unit of time, the more significant the integration
    TD - Derivative Time. Expressed as TIME. The greater the unit of time, the greater the derivative contribution.

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