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Macon Controls 1PS TRV and electrical actuator?
I've been using a Danfoss TRV for my one-pipe steam radiators for the last few seasons and they tend to work OK to keep the living room and two bedrooms in my NYC apartment from overheating (before I installed them we were broiling pretty much throughout the entire heating season). However I find that I can't always keep each TRV set to the same temperature, sometimes I need to manually turn the TRV setpoints up or down depending on time of day and how cold it is outside. That becomes tedious.
I noticed on the Macon Controls website, it states their one-pipe steam TRV can be controlled by some of their electrical actuators. Can anyone explain how this might work? Thanks in advance.https://www.tunstall-inc.com/macon-controls/one-pipe-steam/https://www.tunstall-inc.com/macon-controls/electric-operators/vm-series-electric-zone-valve-actuator/