Using space pro4 10s battery. Did exactly the same setup as Jacob said in his video which was max input at 42 V when my battery was around 75% juice, ran perfectly. Then charging the battery to full but it started cutting itself off.
Connecting to BLDC tool everything seemed fine, didn’t break any chip or ic stuff down which was a big relief. Found out the realtime data keept saying OVER VOLTAGE when I was using the remote to run the motor and motor detection failed and said “bad detection results and overvoltage error”.
Well the question is can I just put 43v instead of 42v on max voltage input? Already tried put different amps on motor or battery but didn’t make a difference. Only put 43V on max input would make everything running smoothly. Just wondering has anyone encountered this scenario and why would some people put 42V and nothing happened on their 10s board?