ESS system: MultiPlus-II 5kW, SmartSolar 250/60, 4kWp P-V, Cerbo GX, LFP 10kWh battery (no BMS connection to the GX device at the moment). No BMV of SmartShunt, SoC calculation based on MultiPlus, enabled through VE configure.
So, the battery was drawn to 49% during the night and early morning. Sunny day since, and the solar is ramping up. SoC and battery voltage gradually rising as expected. Bulk voltage is set at 55.2V and float voltage at 53.6V.
At the exact moment SoC reaches 73%, while the battery voltage is still below the bulk target voltage (it reached a maximum of 54.81V according to the controller), SoC percentage jumps to 95%, which is the "percent when bulk finished" value. However, the system is still on Bulk charge, and will be for a couple of hours more. Actual battery percentage is at 74%. SoC will remain at 95% until bulk charge is indeed complete and then SoC will slowly ramp to 100% during Absorption.
This has been kind of happening since the beginning. Any ideas why? Any insights? Here's the link to this installation, in case someone wants to have a look: https://vrm.victronenergy.com/installation/278343/share/f53e777c
Looks like the jump happens as soon as battery charging current reaches the maximum value I've set on DVCC, which is 45A, and I did that to keep the controller working a little bit less. DVCC was enabled on this system with no BMS-connected battery, purposely to be able to ramp down charging current, so as to lift the burden off the controller a bit.
Chiming @mvader (Victron Energy)
Wouldn't it make much more sense if the SoC calculation followed the same rules as the SmartShunt?