When programming an ESC, is it best to use a lower S count battery? I read somewhere that if one plugs their 6S battery into the ESC when programming, the ESC will overheat. I have a couple of new 125 AMP ESC's that are not supported by a programming card, so I must program them using my transmitter - this could take a while I am guessing, and I don't want to fry the ESC's.
When programming the cell count, if I am using say a 3S battery for programming, but will ultimately use 6S to actually fly the model, I assume I should program it for 6S - is this correct?
Thanks for any expert insight.