Just got a VESC HD-60T yesterday and after following the set-up wizards in VESC Tool was able to get my motor spinning without too much trouble.
I don't have any remote control hardware (in my final application I'm planning on using CAN), so in the meantime I'm trying to do some motor testing purely over USB using the RPM and D settings at the bottom of the VESC Tool window to get the motor spinning at different speeds.
I noticed that after a certain time of the motor spinning at a given speed, it would automatically stop. This happened at multiple speed settings so it's not linked to a specific one. Also, the time it takes before stopping was variable. I'm wondering if it could be an issue with the USB connection where the VESC misses a message from the computer or something and just stops the motor for safety reasons? Wasn't able to find any info or documentation on anything like that however. FYI I'm using VESC Tool on Windows 10.