Hmm, I reread your original post and was confused by the module only responding to 0-5v for pitch so I looked it up. It actually runs on the 8v pitch cv convention, but instead of doing -3v-(+)5v, it uses 0v-8v. Hermod is running on ±5v for pitch, so it actually has a wider range than the Noise Engineering module.
You will find that nobody really sticks to one standard and often osc’s can have a limited range due to them becoming inaccurate outside of a particular frequency range. Then there’s the way sequencers tend to not have the option to offset pitch CV. The BSP runs on positive voltages, for example, which actually would be perfect for your Loquelic Iteritas but also means I can’t address the negative CV required for my Disting sample player using it.
Offsets are a really useful tool for not just pitch correction and transposition, but also for messing with standard modulation sources.
I’ve ordered myself a 1u eurorack frame and was looking at getting a Quadratt, which is almost identical to the Triatt. Thinking a little about how the modules work, if you were to plug your Pyramid pitch cv into the second input on your Triatt and leave the first unplugged, set selector 1 to bipolar, turn dial 1 down to 7 o’clock, it should pass a -5v onto the next output which will be summed with input 2 and act like an offset. I’ve not tried this so can’t be sure, but have ago at that.