After almost 12 years with an original NetAtmo weather station, without home automation, I finally got a Christmas HomeKit version. I just set it up. I like to ask Siri for stats now instead of uploading the NetAtmo iPhone app or the third-party "Comfort" app to the Apple Watch. I assumed that HomeKit integration was only needed in the base station, not in the additional sensors. I was right. It allowed me to pair all my old sensors with the new base station and they all appear in the Home app and on Siri now. The first automation I created was: if the bedroom temperature drops below 67, turn on the cat's heated bed. It works! ⁇
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