What did you use to measure/report those numbers? (Multimeter of course for the voltage, but how are you getting SOH and SOC? Is it off an OBD reader and, if so, which one? Thanks!)Your ANCEL device looks pretty good. I can't see how 1mA could ever drain your battery. Seems like natural on-the-shelf attrition would do it much quicker.
I think my battery has some issues. Three trips for more than 200 miles in the past three weeks should keep the battery better than this. Funny thing it it always starts the car without a complaint. You'd never know the SOC and voltage was so low. Voltage confirmed with a multimeter.
12/10/20 3847 miles SOH = 100% SOC = 13% CCA = 813A STD = 800A Resistance = 3.06mΩ Voltage = 12.08V GOOD-RECHARGE
For comps, here's a test record from August. Back then, the ISG was merely erratic. Not non-functional.
08/07/20 2700 miles SOH = 100% SOC = 96% CCA = 1144A STD = 800A Resistance = 2.62mΩ Voltage = 12.58V GOOD BATTERY