I second that thought. That was the first thing that came to my mind - overload protection kicking in and out.The manual for the MM23001C that I found online suggests that for a 90 volt motor the maximum power rating is 1 HP.
I think the over current protection circuit is working to protect the controller.
I mean to use a 100w lamp in place of the motor, you should have a manual that gives you the set up procedure for the pots on the bottom row of the board.Test a lamp with the potentiometer? I'm not sure how I would wire that.
I've never set a current limit before and don't know how to do that.
It also is important to understand the question before you offer advice.It pays to read the set-up instructions, presumably you had them if purchased new, usually on the site anyway for most manuf.
As per post #13 !
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