Same difference, there isn’t a significant chance in the way they are charged, just the nominal and storage voltage but a bypass BMS has nothing to do with that anyways
Especially on higher capacity systems the c rating is lowered so any specifics of charge current are drowned out by the power supplied, as long as you don’t surpass that 4.2V hard cap and it gets balanced every few cycles its all good
0 is pack negative.
Pack negative is on pgroup 1.
0 is also the negative on pgroup 1.
1 is the positive on pgroup 1.
2 is the positive on pgroup 2, all the way to 12 is the positive on pgroup 12, which is also pack positive.
Since you have almost full control of the charging parameters with the smart BMS, I’m tempted to think you can use these BMS’s with any similar type of battery, as ling as you set up the min/max voltages and other settings correctly for that battery type. someone prove me wrong is this is incorrect