I am kinda new to the BME688 sensor and I have a BME688 sensor connected through I2C with a Raspberry Pi Pico from which I am able to read the T P H G values using the BME68x API.
By doing so the gas reading is the value of the resistance and now I'd like to obtain the AQI, that I seem to understand is a function of the resistance value, the humiditu and the temperature that is included in the BSEC library. My question is if the version of the BSEC library that runs on the Cortex-M0+ processor of the arduino is usable on the pico.
Also everything I see inside the Cortex-MO+ folder are two headers and a compiled library. Are the functions defined in the header implemented inside that library? Is that everything i need?
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You could download BSEC188.8.131.52 software package from here: https://www.bosch-sensortec.com/software-tools/software/bme688-software/
Refer this package and migrate software to your platform.
Yes, thank you, today i took my time to analyze everything and made it work. I needed a little bit of exploring inside the folder to get the right files but then it was pretty straightforward