My question: How should the internal BMS perform in this situation?

The BB website states (for a 12V battery): “Our internal battery management system is rated for three different levels.

- 100 amps continuous (1200 watts at 12 volts) – this means you can pull 100 amps out of the battery when you need it until the capacity is all used up.

- 200 amps for 30 seconds (2400 watts at 12 volts) – if your device has a surge, an individual battery can deliver 2,400 watts for 30 seconds.

- ½ second surge up to the max capacity of the battery. If you have a high moment over 200 amps, the battery will handle this for ½ second.”

Later on the same page, the website states: “The battery will disconnect during a moment of high currents in the system and try to establish reconnection again after 5 seconds.” So, could the scenario have been: max surge for ½ second, 5 second reset, max surge for ½ second, and so on until the battery melted down?

I guess what I am asking is given a very undesirable situation, what protection (if any) should be expected?

Thanks