Have been have problems for a while with getting the full voltage to show up on my DrainBrain.
For the last month have been using a C'lyte 36-72v 40a controller with 100v(88.8v nominal) worth of batteries.Has been a pain to get the full voltage to show up all the time.
I will turn the main power(key) switch on and sometimes 29v/39v/40v will show up instead of a 100v.
Repeat on/off of the main power switch will eventually get it working.
It does the same when using 88v(77v nominal)
This controller only had a red button ON/OFF switch
I have checked voltage coming out of the connection going to the controller from the batteries and it is the proper voltage -the problem i think is the inrush of power to the controller trips something out.
In frustration i switched back to my 36-72v 20a dual controller which has a power key switch on it as well.
If i leave the controller switch powered ON when turning main power on -it will do the same -29v/39v/40v thing.
If i use 88v(77v nominal) -it will read that OK with this controller anytime.
If i turn the controller power switch to OFF -and then apply main power -i will get my proper 100v.
My question is- Is there an easy fix for this -maybe something that will leak the power in more slowly?