I’m building a bit of Boosted clone type board on which I’m planning to use a split enclosure design connected by 15mm flat copper wires ran over the top of the board. I got myself a pair of FOCBOXES to run the setup.
Thing is, I’ve been reading some posts saying thay FOC doesn’t like long wires and that in order to use wires longer than 20cm, I have to add capacitors to deal with the inductance. However, I’ve also read other posts saying that flat wires have lower inductance than round ones so it’s not going to be a problem. And, on top of a that, I’ve scoured all the builds on this forum that are similar to mine and I can’t seem to find any reference of anything adding capacitors to their VESC. So what’s the conclusion here? Do I need to add capacitors? And if I do, how do I even go about doing that? Where would I even solder them to?