Combining different "systems" to monitor and automate Temp. in my room

Cupertino, January 31, 2021

I'm trying to start ** monitoring my air quality ** in combination with automating especially the temperature in my bedroom / workspace (for starters). After some research I came to the conclusion of going with [Eve Thermo](https://www.evehome.com/de/eve-thermo) in combination with [Aqara Temperature & Humidity Sensor](https://www.aqara.com/eu/temperature_humidity_sensor.html) (instead of Eva's sensor, for monetary and aesthetic reasons). ** Does anyone have experience with this product combination at Homekit or a different combination of sensor and "regulator"? ** Is it too naive for me to believe that combining different systems will work as expected? Would it be smarter to go with products only for Eve, to avoid Homekit hickups? * I have a lot of lights, Homepods, NFC tags and smart sockets at home, so there is already a fundamental understanding of Homekit and automation

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