Can someone please explain to me why the cautionary advice on running power wires separate from servo wires or twisting the wires is necessary. I ask this because for over two years now I have been running my SWM Blueback with the power wires and all the servo wires jammed together into a small plastic tube that connects the front of the WTC, where the battery and receiver is, to the rear of the WTC where the motors, servos, ESC and other electronics are. All the wires are running completely parallel to each other for over eight inches. I set up this parts arrangement to separate the receiver from the other electronics, especially the ESC, as far as possible. The motor has the appropriate capacitors across the leads.
To date, I have not seen so much as a hint of servo glitching or other electronic malfunctioning. Perhaps I've just been dumb lucky. Perhaps there's something else going on here. Is there a scientific/engineering explanation for the cautions or is most of this anecdotal at best?
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