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    I donít see that as the issue. Evohome should be...

    I donít see that as the issue. Evohome should be able to balance any heat loss for any zone when the set point is reached. As it stands, at set point, the zone still has a 50% heating demand leading...
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    I think the key difference is that I am only...

    I think the key difference is that I am only heating our UFH zone in the evening. In an experiment, running 24/7, Evohome could maintain a stable temperature when the set point was set to the...
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    What schedule and set points are you typically...

    What schedule and set points are you typically using for your UFH zones? Are you combining with rads via a lower temp mixing valve? Using OpenTherm?
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    The HM80 is a fuzzy logic controller, so I am...

    The HM80 is a fuzzy logic controller, so I am hoping it will offer better temperature control for a single zone UFH, than BDR91 TPI, just like you see with the HCC80.
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    I have a single zone twin loop UFH setup...

    I have a single zone twin loop UFH setup controlled via Y87RF and BDR91 in my new well insulated extension. BDR91 activates the pump and manifold valves are left open.

    As itís in combination with...
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