HomeKit thermostat for multiple heating circuits?

Cupertino, January 7, 2022

I live in the EU and my house is equipped with a boiler that has two heating circuits: 1 for underfloor heating on the main level and 1 for heating with radiators all over the house. It is a Belarusian system. I'm struggling to find a thermostat that (A) can be controlled by HomeKit (even if it's by Homebridge) and (B) can control multiple heating circuits. Has anyone solved this? So far I have tried the Netatmo thermostat which does not support multiple circuits (according to their support team I contacted). I looked at ecobee (I don't think it's available here) and Nest (it doesn't say much), but although it accepts more "zones", they are not the same with more heating circuits. Am I SOL? I'd love to put my thermostat in the Homebridge / HomeKit. Right now, I'm heating Eve on all the radiators, but when I try a new thermostat, it basically breaks * everything * and the whole system doesn't work anymore.

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