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Old 07-11-2009, 02:09 PM   #1979 (permalink)
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I believe the flip-flop isn't resetting OR it's related to the undervoltage lockout.

My next test will be to remove R14, and put in a LARGER resistor, thus lowering the overcurrent trip point. Then I'll take a drive, and if it trips almost right away, I'll know the overcurrent shutdown is coming on, and not getting turned back off.
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