I have seen AMASS MT60 connectors listed as 30 A continuous and 45 A, and even sometimes 60 A.
I would like to use them to connect REV SparkMax outputs (3 lines) to Neo motors.
The current rating for the PP45 is supposed to be 45 A, where as I sometimes see the WAGOs listed as 20 A, 32 A or the same line that out performed the PP45.
Given the oddness with the different ratings, and the meltdown of the 45 in the above video. How do you feel about the MT60 bullet.
NEO motors have a an empirical stall current of 105 A and are frequently software limited to 80 A in FRC applications (though not mandatory) would we be safe with MT60?