I looked further into the datasheet and I see that somehow the CP still allows up to 90mA (from what I see). So If I want 85mA it says I need a 229ohm resistor on the chip. So since there is two per side does that mean I need replace all 4 resistors (2 1k and 2 trimpots) with 114ohm or just short the trimpot and run one 229ohm per side?
Also, it would have to be a 114ohm that holds over 2.5w?? Or how much wattage?
First off, as you know, setting a limit higher than 30 mA is not “officially supported,” but we’ll do our best to help you out. :)
For maximum current, solder together the two connected (or all three) pins of VR1 and VR2. Then, put the selected resistors (one per driver chip) into RA1 and RA2. We are not *aware* of anything else in the circuit that will prevent you from going all the way to 90 mA (besides the temperature of the LED driver chips in free air), but you are in somewhat uncharted territory.