This is also what bothers me - there’s no clear indication of why the BMS decided to take such a drastic step as to completely disconnect itself. At the end of the day I’m just worried I have a faulty / damaged cell / cells.
This is a valid point - my logging is set to every 1 minute (which is the most frequent that it can be set to). A lot can happen in one minute. I don’t know if it just logs a data point every one minute, or if it averages out the data for the last minute and logs that. If it just takes a data point every one minute it’d be very easy to miss things like short current spikes, voltage drops, etc.
I have done some searching around and can’t find a way to let the Cerbo perform high frequency logging to a SD card or something like that. That would have been a very useful feature to debug issues like this.