You can use this switch to turn on/off your electric vehicle with a nice metal LED illuminated push-button. This is also useful to avoid sparking when connecting an ESC or other load to your battery.
The price I am asking for them is 25€ (includes everything pictured+instructions)+shipping which is 4€ worldwide with tracking
Why should you use it?
You can safely switch high voltage and high amperage devices with ease!
Avoid sparks when plugging connectors together
Aesthetically pleasing push-button which lights up when the switch is ON
Max continuous amperage: 100A-fuse (120A if you change the fuse & 200A peak for a few seconds)
Max voltage: 13S (56V)
PCB Dimensions: 49mm*39mm (1.9" * 1.5")
Push-button: Ø18mm (Ø16mm hole, Ø13.5mm button)
Wires: power 10cm (input&output), push-button 15cm
If you have any additional questions feel free to PM me or post them below!
Please read the included instructions before installing, this is important to avoid damaging the switch or other components. We are not responsible for any damages caused due to incorrect use or installment of our devices.
Not sure which ones he is using, sorry. I will try to find his and update this post
BTW: The Fets I am using are rated for over 140A each so theoretically this switch could do almost 300A continuous but lets be real, that would need some crazy cooling and it would drastically decrease the longevity and reliability so to keep it safe I advertise 120A only.
I have been riding them (this last version) for over a month daily. Dual VESCs 6355 10S3P 30Q 46A from battery. But I have done testing using the 120A on lipos but my motors were getting too hot so that was short term, but nevertheless tested.
If you mean the PCB switch then no it is in heatshrink.
If you mean the pushbutton then it would have to be pretty bad luck because the pushbuton is below the surrounding surface so it would have to fit inside the hole.
No it is a regular pushbutton with aretation (locked in either position).
Last question. A really stupid question. I have a power switch on my esc and it just shuts off power to the esc so other things like the battery display indicator still draws power so I had to use a xt-90 anti spark loop key. This isn’t like that no?
Yes but there are very few people that actually reach the 120A continuous.
The fuse is 80A slow blow, it is less than the max to protect the FETs since it is easier to replace the fuse than the FETs.
Yes there is a warranty on the switch if it is used correctly. It is hard to give a warranty to a DIYer though as you can imagine because just like the VESC if you short things out it dies and it is hard to tell if it has been shorted since the way these fail is mosfets get “stuck” in the ON position. And there is a lot of ways that can happen.