My understanding is that the TXV will reduce the amount of refrigerant entering the evaporator coil if there is little heat being transferred from the return air to the coil.
If this is the case, would a TXV interfere with the dehumidification on demand feature available with a variable speed blower?
My thinking is that reducing the air flow through the evaporator coil will reduce the load. The TXV will then automatically reduce the refrigerant flow to ensure all of it evaporates. If the refrigerant flow is reduced, the coil temperature will rise and will not provide as much dehumidification as desired.
So does the TXV cancel the benefit of reducing the air flow over the coil or is the benefit of less air flow larger than the negative impact of reducing refrigerant flow?