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Unfortunately Bosch Sensortec can only support the behavior of the BME680 when operated in one of BSEC's operating modes. The behavior observed could be justified by the sensor's working principle, and custom profiles or gas resistance processing are only recommended to experts with strong knowledge of the MOX sensing technology.
Thank you for your reply! I know that in BSEC code is not implemented the possibility to change the heater temperature, but actually the sensor has 10 heater temperature set points. Is this one a functionality that will be implemented in the future? [...] The implementation of the possibility to perform measurements at different temperatures would open to the sensor still more applications.
Unfortunately there are currently no plan to make use of this feature in the short-term. In the long-term, I would recommend to stay tuned to our main website, as new applications would most likely make it to a News article.
Is it possible to have technical support on the usage of the hardware/sensor not strictly related to BSEC software?
Yes, but.. 😉 In general, we are limited to how in-depth we can support the BME680 without BSEC here in the Community. If you need further technical support for commercial use of the BME680, I suggest that you contact one of our official distributor or sales representatives with more project details.