Re-reading this, perhaps the Orion 2 software specs says the Tesla battery uses B3380 thermistors? Which is correct?
I agree that a corporation's suggestion is more likely correct than any word-of-mouth. However I could not find or verify this B spec mentioned in their online BMS manuals? Is that where you found it?I would trust the Orion Software, as their engineers had the modules in for testing.
The value for 5C is critical, as that is where charging should be disabled. Not "room temperature". An over-temp limit is also desired, although not very likely in my operation. Reaching both limits while monitoring coolant temps and thermistor values indicates some pretty extensive testing.Worst case just hook it up and the batteries should be at room temperature, so you can see how far off it looks.