I am having issues with the brakes failing while the motors are really hot (deliberately hot to test functionality) around 90 degrees (thermistors in coils)
And usually only if I have the motor amps set high. Eg above 50A or above.
That flat zone is where the brakes stop working, (-0.1A working). Brakes will fail repeatedly at around 90 degrees but not before.
I can still accelerate normally during the high temperature brake failure, but as soon as I go into any brake, even full brake, I just free roll.
After maybe 15 seconds in this instance,(first image - showing two vesc6 readouts) sometimes longer, they brakes kick in, the whole flat spot was full braking with no effect.
You can see when the brakes finally decided to kick in at the end.
I have tried various temperature settings, tried modifying saturation compensation, tried changing observer gain, not sure what else to do.
It seems it is applying "minium current" of 0.1A from the Motor general advanced tab, but I dont understand why it would not be braking when it can still accelerate (as in second image), you can see accelerating, and brake failing (flat) 5 times in that image.
Thanks in advance for any help and insight