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Member Since: April 17, 2010

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  • GeraldO,
    I lost current sensing but retained voltage sensing by - I think - over-heating the INA169 chip when soldering thick cable to the non-ground input closest to the AttoPilot C&V Sensor’s chip.
    I suspect prevention is to use Dean’s Ultra connectors per Dean’s recommendation.
    I have documented the problem (which I consider I created for myself) at:
    http://www.kimberconsulting.com/doku.php/attopilot_current_and_voltage_sensor
    Theoretically, it is possible to replace the INA169 chip… I haven’t gone there. :-)

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