I have a Flipsky Antispark switch
I noticed today that the switch wouldnt work. I opened up my enclosure and everything looked fine, however where i had the Antispark switch mounted had melted. So the Antispark switch obviously got hot, very hot and enough to melt a few things.
Questions: Why does the antispark switch get hot and why is it built on a heatsink? Isnt it just a switch? If I bypass the antispark switch and just do a XT90-antispark where does the heat go, does it go directly to my vESC instead?
I assume the amperage going through the switch is what causes the heat. Does having the antispark switch with heatsink dissipate the heat before it gets to my vESC?
My vESC looked fine and had no signs of heat issues at all. If i change to XT90-antispark will my vESC then get super hot and cause same issues?