Well, because I’m greedy for the HomeKit punishment, I went ahead and ordered one of the new HomeKits enabled. [Aerodyne](https://www.hunterfan.com/collections/ceiling-fans/products/ceiling-fans-aerodyne-with-led-light-52-inch-fama1001161?nosto_source=cmp&nosto=609d2e9bc99ad30915398ce4) Fanii Hunter. I hope that because they are released a few years after the original ones, they are more friendly / stable for HomeKit, because they probably have newer wifi chipsets. I currently own a hunter [Signal](https://www.hunterfan.com/collections/ceiling-fans/products/ceiling-fans-signal-with-led-light-54-inch-fam740?nosto_source=cmp&nosto=609d31000051de1ee95a3e96) and [Apache](https://www.hunterfan.com/collections/ceiling-fans/products/ceiling-fans-apache-with-led-light-54-inch-fam747?nosto_source=cmp&nosto=609d31000051de1ee95a3e96), as I mentioned in a [recent post](https://www.homekit.blog.com/r/HomeKit/comments/n4whwv/new_hunter_fans/), are awful when they remain “available” in the HomeKit. The problems are not related to wifi connectivity, because I see that fans are online both in the Hunter application and by pinging the fans’ IP address. So far, it has remained online, but less than 24 hours have passed. You will update this post if it comes out like the others. The only surprising thing is that it has the same firmware version as the old ones – according to the Hunter application.
New Hunter fan update
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