I’m quite desperate running my new 80100 motor with the trampa VESC6+ controller.
The default vesc6 firmware is limited by software to a max motor current of 120A. Unfortunately that is not enough to get on plane for me (80kg, RL-wing, good working propeller, 80l board volume).
That’s why I needed to flash the VESC with the no hw limits firmware to adjust the motor current to a higher value than 120A. I’m now facing the problem that exactly above 100A the motors begins to get out of sync.
(motor current limit : 120A, battery current limit 80A, abs over current 150A, all other limits are set high)
The strange thing is that it will get out of sync exactly above 100A (99A,100A is fine). I tried to the following to fix the issue without success:
run the motor detection again (again with 750g outrunner motor, because Benjamin Vedder told in a video to handle the 2kg 80100 motor as a 750g motor)
change from FOC to BLDC (same problem at 100A)
use a really small propeller
set the abs over current higher than 150A
Nothing helped. If the motor gets out of sync the abs over current fault is appearing immediately or a bit later depending on the setting for abs over current . The strange thing is that it only will be shown for about a half a second in the RT data page on the app. If I want to print out the faults the VESC does not show these abs over current faults. Is it a bug in the FW?
Anyway, what options do I have to get rid of that nasty problem? I’m so fu***** keen to fly that thing!