Control max temperature/valve opening of Smart Radiator
I've installed smart radiator valves throughout our entire house (7 in total). We have three radiators in the living room. One of those radiators is behind the couch.
Our child likes to play on the couch and touch the radiator (she also likes to turn the valve knob, but we've enabled child lock to solve that problem, for which we are grateful!). This is problematic because the radiator can become quite hot when the valve is fully open.
Is there any way (or can it be implemented) to control the maximum setting the valve is allowed to open per radiator to minimize the maximum heat the radiator will radiate? I realize this means it'll likely take longer for the room to get to the desired temperature, as the other two radiators will have to cover the loss of heat generated by this one, but that's a trade-off we're willing to make.
Using our previous non-smart valves, we always made sure the valve was set to 2/5 or 3/5, which solves this problem, but that's equally problematic (although perhaps less so, given that it doesn't involve someone actually getting hurt/burnt by the radiator) because it means that radiator will always heat, even if we instruct Tado to keep the radiators in the living room off.