How a Integrator followed by a saturation block is different than a limited integrator?

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Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang on 18 May 2021
I think it can be explained.
  1. An Integrator followed by a Saturation. The integrator just does its regular integration and the output is saturated.
  2. An Integrator with a limit. The accumulated value is limited so when the input is negative, the accumulated value starts decreasing from that limited value, as shown in below figure "Integrator Limited". When the input value becomes positive, the accumulated value starts increasing from the low limit value.

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