I'm suspicious of the shunt calibration on my setup.
My main shunt is a 75mv 400A, and my PV shunt is a 75mv 250A.
I have entered the following for each:
.075/250 = .0003Ohm OR .3 mOhm
.075/400 = .0001875 OR .1875 mOhm
That said, I'm not seeing data quite align with what's measured by my Victron BMV712.
It's close, but I'm seeing about 1A difference. This could be down to the difference in time to report.
This got me thinking a bit, Dacian, are the significant consequences to having SoC on the SBMS not be quite accurate? It's most likely the cheap shunts that I have more than anything else.
Solar is a bit to jagged right now for good comparisons, so I'll try to check it one day when I have a constant current source for comparison.