My students noticed that if they’re pushing an INZ mobile goal around with a “super clawbot” claw held tightly around the goal and both joysticks at full power, that after a few seconds all the motors will stop operating and will merely shudder until the joysticks are released for about 5 seconds. Then it will operate again as normal with no other changes. The vexnet lights stay on the whole time.
We did some troubleshooting and noticed that the super clawbot can push around an INZ mobile goal without the claw, just with the drive base, without having the same effect.
Is it possible that when too much amperage is drawn, the cortex stops sending power temporarily? How can we resolve this?