I feel like I’m overseeing something very obvious, hopefully you guys can help solve this problem for me. I created this battery/setup myself after a while of learning how to do so.
I just got my board up and running but I noticed the 4.2 VESC blue power light is always on regardless if my loop key is connected or not. I made a 10s4p and got a 30A BMS that I’m bypassing. I connected B- directly to the BMS, and have the negative load connected directly to that B- (ignoring P-).
I knew something was wrong when I got off the board, TOOK OUT the loop key, then put some throttle on the remote and watched my board take off without me.
I tried to share a picture from my point of view of the flow of current to show why Im confused about the situation. (In the picture the load negative and battery negative are soldered on the B-) Was it something to do with me connecting load negative and battery negative directly to the BMS or something?
All help is appreciated