Edit: Caused by a poor bullet connector solder. Beneath the shrink wrap, one of the bullet connectors attached to the vesc must have become disconnected or had a poor connection. Eventually i pulled it off completely which revealed the issue
My vesc cannot do FOC or BDLC Motor detection. I have a 12S5P 30Q Battery with a 80A BMS Inside from eskating.eu. I cannot see any physical signs on the PCB that would indicate things have gone wrong, when comparing the VESC to a working 6.6 I have.
Vesc settings: MOTOR: http://prntscr.com/lef9nq
With no other vesc plugged in, motor detection will spin the motor for 1 microsecond and stop instantly, such that it makes a blip then spins off whatever speed it had. This is on a testbench with no belts on the motor at all. the vesc does this with both motors i have tested.
I think there is a chance that the phase wires may have touched during an earlier test. Could this fry the VESC? Is there anything I can do to have this repaired?
VESC Error: The following faults were registered since start:
Fault : FAULT_CODE_ABS_OVER_CURRENT Current : 34.7 Current filtered : 154.9 Voltage : 47.00 Duty : 0.011 RPM : 184.3 Tacho : 16 Cycles running : 6598 TIM duty : 554 TIM val samp : 277 TIM current samp : 24859 TIM top : 49165 Comm step : 1 Temperature : 28.40
Is produced by running a motor detection or pushing the trigger in any way on the testbench.