Any way to set a temperature range in HomeKit for Honeywell T6 Pro?

Cupertino, March 29, 2021

I have two Honeywell T6 Pro (Model # TH6220WF2006, Construction date November 24, 2017) that were installed on a house we just moved into. I'm about to replace them with something else, as I still have no response issues with HomeKit, although it seems to have improved a bit after a factory reset. In my previous home, I used a 3 lite ecobee that allowed me to set an automatic mode and a temperature range (ie heat to 70, cooling to 77). T6 Pro has a similar mode, but when I try to change it via HomeKit I can set Auto, but it only allows me to specify a single temperature setting. Is there a way to adjust both the lower and upper temperature limits via HomeKit, as in ecobee 3 lite? I also have these T6s integrated with Home Assistant and it's the same behavior - I can only specify one temperature setting, despite the fact that they are in automatic mode.

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