I have problem with new VESC 6.
My setup is 12S running in FOC mode. Motor is powering water propeller. Max motor current was set to 90A and it is working fine at lower voltages(<42V). Maybe even at 12S at beginning but I am not sure anymore.
Problem is that when voltage is higher than 42V motor wont start every time. When "pressing throttle" red LED blinks 3 times and than stops. VESC tool shows DRV error briefly and than disappears. If I lower the voltage it runs normal. If I lower the voltage,start the motor and than raise the voltage all way to 50V while it is running(LAB supply) it will continue to run without problem. Raising voltage above 42V lowers the chance of start.
Max input voltage is set to 57V.
In console DRV8301 is reporting FETLC_OC | GVDD_OV. If I reset them thay come back.
What could be the problem. Is it possible the driver chip is partially damaged somehow?
Is it still advisable to run VESC 6 at 10S like it was case in ver. 4?