Rather cheeky of you to go to the superior forum for information about me. You did make one massively critical error in doin so.
That is literally a post about safety. I’m specifically asking about the safety cushion of the quoted operating voltage on an ESC.
You are making one of the worst conceiver arguments I’ve ever witnessed. You can call me a lot of things, but there is no way hypocritical is one of them, especially not here. My previous post, can directly be related to the concern I’m expressing with you’re instance the unity can run 13S, I actually stated 13S on 60V esc’s is known to create issues !!!
I disagree with your claim and do not believe the unity can reliably, and therefore safely, do so. At 54.6V there is a 9% buffer before the maximum threshold is hit, in my opinion large enough to account for voltage spikes and will result in failure, just a matter of when.
wow, you searched “XT90” on the osha website, extremely helpful and informative. Industry standards do not have to be government mandates. The can also just be based on common sense, this is one of those cases. Please show me a company in this industry who in not putting the male side on the battery and the female side of the connector. I would like to talk some sense into them since they’ve obviously been misinformed.
A fantastic solution for a problem that need not exist in the first place. Bravo.