I’m controlling an ESC using PWM which is mostly working except it tends to get stuck at full throttle occasionally… The ESC has a battery elimination circuit (BEC) so I only have the ground and PWM wires going into the input for the ESC since there is voltage coming out of the red wire on the control plug. This I learned when my Panda turned on the first time I plugged into the control cable and surprisingly didn’t toast anything.
I’m guessing the throttle sticking is something electrical and not code based because when it happens even the switch on the ESC doesn’t work, I have to unplug the battery to get it to stop. I’m further guessing it is because there are two grounds in play and an ESC with a BEC will probably not have any isolation to protect against that. Can anyone provide some details of how they have their ESC hooked up especially if it has the BEC “feature”?