Yes there will be a battery shunt and a charger shunt so you can see the solar current the battery current and SBMS0 can then also calculate the Load current.
The 600W of PV panels will likely result in a max of around 20A in a 24V LiFePO4 so not much.
Say you get 20A from PV panels and you have a 50A load on the inverter.
Then the PV shunt will measure 20A and the battery shunt will measure 30A going out of the battery thus the SBMS0 knows battery discharges at a 30A rate it knows PV provides 20A and calculates the Load as 20A+30A = 50A thus everything is known.
As another example say you still get 20A from PV panels but Load is just 7A then PV shunt will see 20A the battery shunt will see 13A of charge current and from this two it will calculate the Load as 20A - 13A = 7A
Not sure where this system is installed and why you will want to charge from grid but that is not a problem.
You can set the SBMS0 to stop both charge and discharge if battery temperature is below 0C (32F) but that will not be useful. If your battery is not inside a temperature controlled space then the only proper option is to have the battery in an insulated battery box that then has a heater with a separate thermostat set to keep battery above 10C (50F) at all times and that can be done with just a 10 to 15W heating element assuming you have a properly insulated box.
This way you can use your battery no matter the ambient conditions else if battery is not heated and insulated and ambient is below freezing you may not be able to use you battery for days or even months.