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Yes, with trv + by-pass you can convert any series connected emitters into parallel connected independently controlled emitters. I usually use danfoss self contained TRVs. you just need to set warm weather shutdown, and if possible outdoor reset control, no thermostat needed anymore. You actually get possibility to control temperature in any room independently.

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  • Yes, with trv + by-pass you can convert any series connected emitters into parallel connected independently controlled emitters. I usually use danfoss self contained TRVs. you just need to set warm weather shutdown, and if possible outdoor reset control, no thermostat needed anymore. You actually get possibility to control temperature in any room independently.
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    So essentially your TRV bypass could work on any series circuit? I have a customer whose apt house, served by a KBN500, has a blend of two-pipe and series runs through a couple different apartments. 9 or so apts on one thermostat connected to that 500. Each apt could have a bypass, provided the bypass goes to other side before entering next unit? What's your TRV brand of choice? TRVs are thermoelectric, correct? Not much experience with them. Thx
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