I’m building a Lifepo4 battery to replace a FLA battery bank (eight Trojan T105 clones) at an off-grid cabin. I’m ordering eight 280Ah Lifepo4 cells (to put in series for 24V), and was planning on ordering an Overkill Solar 8s 100A BMS. I have an old Trace 24V 2400w inverter. (I’m slowly upgrading the system and the inverter will be replaced in 1-3 years, likely with another 2400W inverter, since that handles my needs just fine.) My question is the size of the BMS. Is a 100A BMS adequate for a 24V 2400W inverter, or do I need to factor in some margin for error with a larger BMS? I’ve hit the high current cut-off with the inverter (2400W) only one or two times over the past 10 years. If you think I should have a higher capacity BMS, can you please suggest another smart BMS with low temp cut-off. I don’t think it matters, but the system is powered by 360W of solar panels (soon to be upgraded to about 800W), with a Victron 150V/35A charge controller. The site has cold winters, and although the Victron has low temp cut off, I’d feel better if the BMS had it as well (which is one of the reasons I like the Overkill Solar BMS). Thanks in advance for your advice.