Whilst setting up my board I soldered my XT60 connector on my VESC with the polarity the wrong way round, when I connected my space cell something happened and my space cell is no longer responsive. The VESC and everything else work fine with another battery but I cant get any voltage out of the output wires on the Space Cell. I have opened up the unit for an inspection and I cant find any burnt out connections, I used my multimeter to test for voltage to find the problem and I am reading 37v up until the PCB, after that the voltage reading are between 2-8v, I assume the PCB needs replacing?
Any idea what he easiest fix will be?
ps. Separate question but why is there a 30A fuse fitted to the space cell when the VESC draws far more? I have blown out lots of 30A fuses on my other FIIK batteries trying to ride the board, the biggest I can find at Jaycar is 40A. I have used BLDC motor tool to limit the power draw but Im a bit confused with this, specially as I am running a dual VESC setup. What size fuse should I be using on my battery?