Unfortunately, no, it can not.
LiFePO4 batteries have high charge rates, meaning they can absorb large amounts of amps without damaging the battery. These high rates can burn up vehicle alternators, so a question we get frequently from RVers and Van Dwellers is can the BMS limit the current being pulled off the alternator?
The BMS has a “Charge Overcurrent” and “Discharge Overcurrent” setting which sets a maximum limit only and does not act as a regulator. So, again, the BMS can’t be used to limit the Amps from the alternator.
If you want to reduce the Amps being pulled off the alternator, you need to use a DC to DC battery charger. Something like a 20A or 40A converter would be good for most cases.
Below is a good video by Brian (@RVwithTito) on his converter setup.