My understanding is that the initial spark when plugging a battery in happens because the air inside/around the connector electrifies. The result is, connectors can be damaged by this repetitive process.
My question is, can this spark damage the VESC (do the capacitors protect from this?), and at 12s, is the spark going to eat up the bullet connectors really quickly?
I ask, because my diy anti spark switch stopped working last night. I’ve decided to just go 12s today with the 2 zippys lipos I have laying around with hummies motors.