I'm testing out my first build and I'm encountering the above mentioned problems. Here's some background on the parts I used...
[*] 4000 maH Battery + Banggood PSU + ADS1015 for battery monitoring. Wired according to the following diagram:
The only difference is that I'm using a DPDT switch so I can disconnect Bat+ from the ADS1015 when power is turned off. Here's a picture of my wiring for reference:
[*] BW Screen Variant 10. No 5v mod. Instead, power is routed to the 5v pin on the side.
I have the Mintybatterymonitor script successfully installed. According to the battery indicator, I go from 100% charge to the safe shutdown trigger voltage in an hour consistently, despite having a large battery.
The build also overheats during this time. Heat emanates from the front half of the case, right in the screen area. I'm unsure if it's the screen, the Pi Zero, or the Banggood PSU that's the source of the heat. I didn't encounter this problem during testing before the Banggood PSU was connected, and was using only a portable USB power bank to provide power.
Is there anything evident in the wiring that could be causing this issue? Are there any steps I can take to troubleshoot the problem?
Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks.