I was going to say that you can't just convert SOC to capacity without taking into account the long term loss of capacity and without knowing what the BMS is/isn't correcting on it's own. But technically there is no guarantee I have found SOC and not capacity. It could be capacity remaining, meaning that it's not corrected for long term loss of capacity and full scale "100%" will dwindle over time. I can't think of any way to know the difference without simply seeing what happens over time. I suppose if it were capacity, battery temperature would effect the 100% value, but it's all unknown at this point. (Damn I need that giant refrigerator again)
What we do know is that this number I found is the basis of the range calculation. So one would think that as capacity drops, so does the range, therefore so must this number, which would seem to indicate that this is not SOC but capacity. But, that all depends on which module is compensating for loss of capacity. More tests!
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