Thanks for the link, but:
That link above is a dead end. Even if the VCL program is there, it is a chain of malware, spam, and plain crap to be installed on your computer.
If the VCL section can not help me, WHY does Curtis suggest it in their manual for the 1238-7601 controller on page 111 under the fault 43:
Brake Wiper High
1. Brake pot wiper voltage too high.
Set: Brake pot wiper (pin 17) voltage FullBrake.
2. See 1311 menu Monitor » Inputs: is higher than the high fault threshold Brake Pot.
(can be changed with the VCL function Setup_Pot_Faults()).
Clear: Bring brake pot wiper voltage below the fault threshold.
You see, what I am experiencing is a very basic program threshold value error.
I have a "tell" in to HPEV on this glitch. I hope they dont tell me to send the controller back.
At every paragraph in The Curtis manual it says to
Contact your Curtis applications engineer to resolve any issues about the (whatever) before continuing
That is not going to happen.
My best guess is that it is a direct result of running a pack voltage well above what this system is designed to do. Today I am going to bypass two cells and try it. If this bears me out, then resetting the high full wiper value is the answer, OR taking out two pack cells OR shutting off regen braking completely.....
I will keep in touch on my progress on this problem.