Would improper soldering of the power wires of my electronic speed controller limit the amount of voltage that my ESC draws from the Lipo battery?
I have to solder an XT60 male connector onto the power terminals of my ESC. As you can see in the highlighted part of the picture below, my ESC has no connectors on it. My ESC is the QWinOut 2-4S 30A ESC which can be found: https://qwinout.com/products/qwinout-2-4s-30a-rc-brushless-esc-simonk-firmware-electric-speed-controller-with-5v-3a-bec-for-2-to-4s-lipo-battery-diy-multicopter-quadcopter
This male connector will be joined with a female connector that is attached to my Lipo battery which is a 1300mAh 2S 20C battery.
I need this connector so that I can power my motor which is a 1000KV motor. This motor came packaged with the ESC and is designed for that ESC. It can be found on: https://www.amazon.com.au/QWinOut-Brushless-Outrunner-Multi-Copter-Quadcopter/dp/B07CVDHQKS
I had a great deal of difficulty soldering the terminals of my ESC onto the male connectors. My fear is that improper soldering will mean that when I connect my ESC to the battery, the ESC will not draw its rated voltage. As a result this would damage my LiPo battery?
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My code and wiring will be identical to the one in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOQk8SJso6Q