It is becoming clear that frequent supercharging may cause more battery degradation with time, but there is little information about best practices if supercharging a lot. I have read that Tesla now has "counters" which monitor the amount of supercharging in your vehicle, and will restrict speed of supercharging with time to "protect your battery." My questions are:
1. I have a 2020 MS 100KWH battery. Is there a counter in this battery? If so, anyone know how many SC's slows down the rate?
2. I supercharge a lot but never charge above 80% and do a lot of small charges (from 30 to 60% for example). Is this any less harmful to my battery, but will these more frequent charges add to my "counter" and ultimately not allow me to charge as fast when needed on a longer trip?
Any insight would be helpful. My car has unlimited charging as long as I am the owner, and the sales people all downplay any supercharging issues. I have 18k on my car with only 2%range loss, and planned to keep the car a long time. Thanks.