Thanks for your link!
When I have chosen my engine, I will rethink to this project
If you did nothing evidently wrong with the controller, like hammering a nail in it, I would open a case in consumer protection institution of your location. This controller is everything but cheap and they should back their claims by law (in civilized society).
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thanks for the info Fabianfabianpusch wrote: ↑May 05, 2018 2:20 amHey Chris
Can you give me some details of your installation.
Especially the lenghts of cables, cross sections, connections, placement of the additional cappacitors.
I had the same failure twice. My first thoughts had been also the same:
Should shut down automatically
internal safety algorithms
Couldn't bei damage without mechanical impact
But last but not least, high internal currents habe killed my MGM twice. In the end it is now working very stable.
But it was a very expensive and hard way...
Would like to help you
P.S. self developing should be the best in the end