hardym wrote:You have the shunt in there but no circuitry to shown to convert it to something useful.
The isense is going to the brain board where it's being inputted into the MC33033. I copied this from Jeremy's schematic. See an image of my the MC33033's configuration on my brain board here: http://i.imgur.com/Tb1nD.png - Will this work?
hardym wrote:Fortunately I was able to find this on the bench, and fixed with a couple of .01 caps at the inputs. I see that you've used .001 which would probably also be ok.
Would it be "better" to use .01?