The radiator thermostat from Meross has not yet had a heating season, and the manufacturer has already revised the HomeKit device.
If you want to control your radiators intelligently via HomeKit in the future, the selection is now quite large. Among others, Meross has a corresponding device in its product portfolio.
The MTS150HK radiator thermostat simply replaces the existing thermostat on the radiator and can then be controlled via the integrated display or via Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa or the manufacturer's own app. The prerequisite is the bridge included in the starter set.
The now published new model with the addition [Upgrade] has an automatic calibration function on board, optimizes the open window detection function and fixes a bug where heating was automatic. In addition, the manual and the packaging have been optimized.
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