Anyone know of any On/Off switches that can handle 60A? I want to have a switch for cutting off power to the power management board.
you could add a circuit breaker.
There are some battery switches used in yachts, that can handle that amount of current.
You can use them.
Here is an example.
Don’t think so. DIY
I see they are sold out. He is a forum member @Artem_Skorsky make some more!
silicon prices skyrocketed in black market, or completely out of stock by manufacturer. The mosfet we used in switch project is out of stock , we re-designed the pcb with different components . Soon it will be available in stock again.
NOOOO both red wires go to the switch.
yes that is much better, you had wired it to short the battery before.
I see. This simple? What a great product! I will buy it. Thanks!
All switches are that simple…
You don’t necessarily have to have this one unless you prefer its keyed design.
I actually prefer a fast emergency switch kill switch. Didn’t know it was this simple.
Most easily attainable e-stops probably won’t switch 60A. You could add a relay for that.